Selected Readings, No 60

June 22, 1998

"In this Work, when it shall be found that much is omitted, let it not be forgotten that much likewise is performed." -- Samuel Johnson

Compiled and edited by Kevin Berland, with the able assistance of the June Volunteer Fire Brigade, viz. Erin Blake, Dorothy Medlin, Benoît Melançon, Scott Prater, Richard Sher, A.J. Wright, as well as the Man in the Funny Hat, the Operator of the Moderately Elegant Machines, and the Secret Admirer... For a lucid, witty, and extraordinarily well-thought-out discussion of editorial policy, please see the Selected Readings Modus Operandi Page. Everything is still under construction -- we're sorry about the bad links, and hope to get things working again soon.

 

AFRICA - HISTORY

Akyeampong, E. "Sexuality and prostitution among the Akan of the Gold Coast, c. 1650-1950." Past & Present, 156 (August 1997): 144-73.

Nurse, D. "The contributions of linguistics to the study of history in Africa." Journal of African History, 38, 3 (1997): 359-92.

[see also title by Bauss listed under Portugal-History]

AUSTRALIA, NEW ZEALAND, & PACIFIC HISTORY

Levesque, R. "The odyssey of Captain Arriola and his discovery of Marcus Island in 1694." Journal of Pacific History, 32, 2 (December 1997): 229-33.

Mack, R. "The mystery of the Scottish gentleman emigrant from 1792." Journal of Pacific History, 32, 2 (December 1997): 243-9 [New Zealand].

Eighteenth Century Theory and Interpretation, 38, 3 (Autumn 1997) is a special issue on the Pacific 18th century; essays include B. Orr, "The Pacific eighteenth century" [introduction] (195); J. Lamb, "Eye-witnessing in the South Seas" (201); A. Neill, "Crusoe's farther adventures: Discovery, trade, and the law of nations" (213); S. Turner, "Enlightenment topographies: Scotland, Switzerland, the South Seas" (231); A. Maxwell, "Fallen queens and phantom diadems: Cook's voyages and England's social order" (247); S. Rogers, "Composing conscience: The Injured Islanders (1779) and English sensibility" (259); P. Brunt, "Savagery and the sublime: Two paintings by William Hodges based on an encounter with Maori in Dusky Bay, New Zealand" (266).

[see also title by Prasad & Kurland listed under History of Medicine.]

BIBLIOGRAPHY, BIBLIOPHILY, BIBLIOSOPHY, EDITORIAL METHODOLOGY, LIBRARIES, HISTORY OF THE BOOK (& AUTHORSHIP, PUBLISHING, & READING)

Beal, P. "'My books are the great joy of my life': Sir William Boothby, 17th-century bibliophile." Book Collector, 46, 3 (Autumn 1997): 350-78; and see also Correction, Book Collector, 46, 4 (Winter 1997): 618.

"The British Library." Book Collector, 46, 4 (Winter 1997): 489 ff.

Black, Fiona. "'Advent'rous Merchants and Atlantic Waves': A Preliminary Study of the Scottish Contribution to Book Availability in Halifax, Nova Scotia, 1752-1810.'' The Bibliotheck, 22 (1997): 35-76.

* Brown, Michelle, ed. Writing and Scripts: History and Techniques. British Library, 1998. 96 pp., ill. ISBN 0-7123--4583-3 (paper)

Coppens, C. "Census of printers' catalogues." Book Collector, 46, 4 (Winter 1997): 618 ff. [correspondence]

Gasson, M. "Business archives." Journal of the Society of Archivists, 18, 2 (October 1997): 141-50.

"Manuscript and book sales of 1997." Book Collector, 46, 3 (Autumn 1997): 395-401.

Harris, N. "Recent books on bibliography." Library, 19, 3 (September 1997): 277-81.

* Hunt, Arnold, Giles Mandelbrote, & Alison Shell, eds. The Book Trade and Its Customers, 1450-1900: Historical Essays for Robin Meyers. Winchester: St. Paul's Bibliographies; New Castle, Delaware: Oak Knoll, 1998. ISBN 1-873040-42-3 [and see review by Julian Roberts, "From Latin traders to Irish pirates," TLS, 4964 (May 22, 1998): 34.

Mitchell, L.M. "The Scottish Record Office computerised records location system." Journal of the Society of Archivists, 18, 2 (October 1997): 189-204.

* Phillips, James W. Printing and Bookselling in Dublin, 1670-1800: A Bibliographical Enquiry. Dublin: Irish Academic Press, 1998. 337 pp., ill. ISBN 0-7165-2580-1

Speirs, K.S., & J.L. Flood. "Recent periodicals on bibliography." Library, 19, 3 (September 1997): 282 ff.

Sher, Richard B. "Charles V and the Book Trade: An Episode in Enlightenment Print Culture," in Stewart J. Brown, ed., William Robertson and the Expansion of Empire (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1997), pp. 164-95.

"The character of letters." Book Collector, 46, 3 (Autumn 1997): 329-49.

Woudhuysen, Henry. "The first book about goldfish." TLS, 4966 (June 5, 1998): 26 [London Antiquarian Book Fair; some 18th c offerings]

CANADA, LA NOUVELLE FRANCE, QUÉBEC, L'ACADIE

Andrès, Bernard. "Originaux et détraqués de la fin du XVIIIe siècle québécois." Tangence, 57 (mai 1998): 53-71. [Revue publiée par l'Université du Québec à Rimouski. ISSN: 0226-9554.]

Melançon, Benoît. "Les cataractes de Chassaignon." Tangence, 57, mai 1998, p. 72-86. Revue publiée par l'Université du Québec à Rimouski. ISSN: 0226-9554.

CHINA - HISTORY

Hamilton, R. "The pursuit of fame: Luo Qilan (1755-1813?) and the debates about women and talent in 18th-century Jiangnan." Late Imperial China, 18, 1 (June 1997): 39-71.

Hu, Y. "Reconfiguring Nei/Wai: Writing the woman traveler in the late Qing." Late Imperial China, 18, 1 (June 1997): 72-99.

Pomeranz, K. "'Traditional' Chinese business forms revisited: Family, firm, and financing in the history of the Yutang Company of Jining, 1779-1956." Late Imperial China, 18, 1 (June 1997): 1-38.

Stapleton, K. "County administration in late-Qing Sichuan: Conflicting models of rural policing." Late Imperial China, 18, 1 (June 1997): 100 ff.

CLASSICS

Cairns, John W. "Three Unnoticed Scottish Editions of Pieter

Burman's Antiquitatum Romanarum brevis descriptio." The Bibliotheck, 22 (1997): 20-33.

Pii, Eluggero. "La Rome antique chez Montesquieu. " Revue Montesquieu, 1 (1997).

CATULLUS

Schwindt, J.P. "Werther and the 'poets of antiquity': Echoes of Catullus in an early work by Goethe." Gymnasium, 104, 4 (July 1997): 293-300 [in German].

POLITIAN

[see title by Lynch listed under England-Literature-Johnson]

SAPPHO

* Greene, Ellen, ed. Re-Reading Sappho: Reception and Transmission. University of California Press, 1998. 254 pp. ISBN 0-520-20602-9 [and see review by Helen Morales, "A discourse of desire," TLS, 4965 (May 29, 1998): 12, which also discusses the companion volume, Reading Sappho: Contemporary Approaches.]

TACITUS

* Volpilhac-Auger, Catherine. Jean-Jacques Rousseau traducteur de Tacite. Publications de l'Université de Saint-Étienne, 1995.

VIRGIL

[see title by Buchheit listed under Germany-Literature-Holderlin]

COMPUTER RESOURCES FOR TEACHING & SCHOLARSHIP

Arnold, J.B. "Presenting archaeology on the web: The Lasalle Shipwreck Project." International Journal of Nautical Archaeology, 26, 3 (August 1997): 247-51.

ECONOMICS

Harris, R. "Political economy, interest groups, legal institutions, and the repeal of the Bubble Act in 1825." Economic History Review, 50, 4 (November 1997): 675-96.

Parthasarathi, Prasannan. "Rethinking Wages and Competitiveness in the Eighteenth Century: Britain and South India." Past & Present, 158 (February 1998): 79-109.

* Postel-Vinay, Gilles. la Terre et l'argent. L'agriculture et le crédit en France du XVIIIe siècle au début du XXe siècle. Paris: Albin Michel (coll. "L'évolution de l'humanité"), 1998.

Robertson, J. "The enlightenment above national context: Political economy is 18th-century Scotland and Naples." Historical Journal, 40, 3 (September 1997): 667-98.

Tanaka, Hideo. "Prior Paradigms and the Political Economy of Adam Smith: The Formation of Economic Liberalism." Comparative Studies on the Idea of Economic Liberalism (Nagoya, 1997), 113-37 [in Japanese].

* Topik, Steven & Kenneth Pomeranz, eds. The World that Trade Created: Culture, Society and the World Economy, 1400-1918. M.E. Sharpe, December 1998.

Wright, J.F. "The contribution of overseas savings to the funded national debt of Great Britain, 1750-1815." Economic History Review, 50, 4 (November 1997): 657-74.

[see also title by Sonenscher listed under France - History]

ENGLAND - HISTORY

* Bailey, Brian. The Luddite Rebellion. New York University Press, November 1998.

* Barker, Hannah & Elaine Chalus, eds. Gender in Eighteenth-Century England: Roles, Representations and Responsibilities. Routledge, 1997.

* Brace, Laura. The Idea of Property in 17th-Century England: Tithes and the Individual. Manchester University Press, 1998. 184 pp. ISBN 0-7190-5179-7

* Bradshaw, Brendan, & Peter Roberts, eds. British Consciousness and Identity: The Making of Britain, 1533-1707. Cambridge University Press, 1998. 354 pp. ISBN 0-521-43383-5

* Burgess, Glenn. The New British History: Founding a Modern State, 1500-1707. Manchester University Press, September 1998

* Canny, Nicholas, ed. The Oxford History of the British Empire, Vol. I. The Origins of Empire. Oxford University Press, 1998. 536 pp., ill., maps. ISBN 0-19-820562-7

Clark, J.C.D. "The strange death of British history? Reflections on Anglo-American scholarship." Historical Journal, 40, 3 (September 1997): 787-810.

Gowing, L. "Secret births and infanticide in 17th-century England." Past & Present, 156 (August 1997): 87-115.

* Eales, Jacqueline. Women in Early Modern England, 1500-1700. UCL (Introductions to History), 1998. 133 pp. ISBN 1-85728-268-X (paper)

* Foreman, Amanda. Georgiana, Duchess of Devonshire. Harper Collins, 1998. 449 pp. ISBN 0-00-255668-5 [and see review by Linda Colley, "An icon of fashion," TLS, 4965 (May 29, 1998): 15-16.

Goldie, M. "The Hilton Gang: Terrorising Dissent in 1680s London." History Today, 47, 10 (October 1997): 26-32.

Harris, T. "What's new about the Restoration?" Albion, 29, 2 (Summer 1997): 187-222.

Klein, L.S. "Coffeehouse civility, 1660-1714: An aspect of post-courtly culture in England." Huntington Library Quarterly, 59, 1 (1997): 30-52.

* Lees, Lynn Hollen. The Solidarities of Strangers: The English Poor Laws and the People, 1700-1948. Cambridge University Press, 1998. 373 pp., ill. ISBN 0-521-57261-4

* Lewis, Val. Satan's Mistress: Biography ofthe 18th-Century Fanatic, Joanna Southcott. Shepperton-on-Thames: Nauticalia, 1998. 312 pp., ill. ISBN 0-9530458-0-3

* Marshall, P.J., ed. The Oxford History of the British Empire, Vol. II. The Eighteenth Century. Oxford University Press, 1998. 664 pp., ill., maps. ISBN 0-19-820563-5

* Martin, Joanna, ed. A Governess in the Age of Jane Austen: The Journals and Letters of Agnes Porter. Hambledon, 1998. 372 pp. ISBN 1-85285-164-3

Wrigley, E.A. "How reliable is our knowledge of the demographic characteristics of the English population in the early modern period?" Historical Journal, 40, 3 (September 1997): 571-96.

ENGLAND - LITERATURE

Achinstein, S. "John Milton's spectre in the Restoration: Marvell, Dryden, and literary enthusuasm." Huntington Library Quarterly, 59, 1 (1997): 1-29.

* Allen, Rick. The Moving Pageant: A Literary Sourcebook on London Street-Life, 1700-1914. Routledge, 1998. 250 pp., ill. ISBN 0-415--15308-5 (paper)

* Ballaster, Ros. Seductive Forms: Women's Amatory Fiction from 1684-1740. Cambridge University Press, 1998. 232 pp. ISBN 0-19-818477-8

Cole, Richard C. "Richard Clarke and the Royal Literary Fund." Notes and Queries, 243 (March 1998): 82-86.

Cooper, J.R. Intonation and iambic pentameter." Papers on Language and Literature, 33, 4 (Autumn 1997): 392-421.

* Cronin, Richard. 1798: The Year of Lyrical Ballads. Manchester University Press, October 1998.

Hammond, Brean S.. "Mid-Century English Quixotism and the Defence of the Novel." Eighteenth-Century Fiction, 10, 3 (April 1998): 247-268.

* Hoeveler, Diane Long. Gothic Feminism: The Professionalization of Gender from Charlotte Smith to the Brontes. Penn State University Press, 1998. 272 pp. ISBN 0-271-01809-7

Llassera, Margaret. "La lumière et la poésie 'métaphysique' anglaise (1600-1660): de la magie à la mécanique," dans Christian Biet et Vincent Jullien (édit.), le Siècle de la lumière, 1600-1715 (Fontenay-St Cloud, ENS éditions, 1997, p. 211s.

* Nilsen, Don L.F. Humor in Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century British Literature: A Reference Guide. Greenwood Press, 1998.

Pitcher, E. W. "On the Miscellaneous Works of John Hope (1739-1785)." Notes and Queries, 243 (March 1998): 77-81.

* Ryan, Robert M. The Romantic Reformation: Religious Politics in English Literature, 1789-1824. Cambridge University Press, 1998. 292 pp. ISBN 0-521-57008-5 [and see review by John Haydn Baker, "Blake the orthodox," TLS, 4964 (May 22, 1998): 32.

* Taylor, Anya. Bacchus in Romantic England: Writers and Drink, 1780-1830. Manchester University Press, September 1998.

* Wolfreys, Julian. Writing London: The Trace of the Urban Text from Blake to Dickens. Manchester University Press, September 1998.

Wright, J.M. "'The order of time': Nationalism and literary anthologies, 1774-1831." Papers on Language and Literature, 33, 4 (Autumn 1997): 339-65.

ADDISON

* Addison, Joseph, & Richard Steele. The Commerce of Everyday Life: Selections from "The Tatler" and "The Spectator." Ed. Erin Mackie. Manchester University Press, July 1998

Alsop, J. D. "Addisoniana, 1715." Notes and Queries, 243 (March 1998): 67.

Alsop, J.D. "Joseph Addison, 'On Friendship.'" Modern Language Notes, 35, 1 (September 1997): 22-25.

AUSTEN

* Perkins, Moreland. Reshaping the Sexes in Sense and Sensibility. University of Virginia, 1998. 208 pp. ISBN 0-8139-1800-6

Smith, P. "Politics and religion in Jane Austen's Emma." Cambridge Quarterly, 26, 3 (1997): 219-41.

BLAKE

Hutchings, K.D. "'Every thing that lives': Anthropocentrism, ecology, and the Book of Thel." Wordsworth Circle, 28, 3 (Summer 1997): 166-76.

BURNEY

Crump, Justine. ""Turning the World Upside Down": Madness, Moral Management, and Frances Burney's The Wanderer." Eighteenth-Century Fiction, 10, 3 (April 1998): 325-340.

COLLINS

Stewart, Mary Margaret. "William Collins's Ode on the Death of Charles Ross: The Search for Audience and Patronage." The Age of Johnson, 8 (1997): 209-22.

DEFOE

Sill, G.M. "Neurology and the novel: Alexander Monro primus and secundus, Robinson Crusoe, and the problem of sensibility." Literature and Medicine, 16, 2 (1997): 250-65.

Sill, Geoffrey. "The Source of Robinson Crusoe's 'Sudden Joys.'" Notes and Queries, 243 (March 1998): 67-68.

FARQUHAR

Hughes, D. "Body and Ritual in Farquhar." Comparative Drama, 31, 3 (Autumn 1997): 414-35.

FIELDING, HENRY

* Ribble, Frederick G. & Anne G. Ribble. Fielding's Library: An Annotated Catalogue. Charlottesville: The Bibliographic Society of the University of Virginia, 1996. lxxv, 435 p. ISBN: 1-883631-04-1 [and see review by Pat Rogers, "From Fielding's shelves," TLS, 4966 (June 5, 1998): 27].

GRAY

* Gleckner, Robert F. Gray Agonistes: Thomas Gray and Masculine Friendship. Johns Hopkins University Press, 1998. 231 pp. ISBN 0-8018-5433-4 [and see review by Robert Wells, "There are stars for you: The deliberate compressions of Thomas Gray's life and work," TLS 4963 (May 15, 1998): 12-14].

JOHNSON

Abelove, Henry. "John Wesley's plagiarism of Samuel Johnson and its contemporary reception." Huntington Library Quarterly, 59, 1 (1997): 73-79.

Kolb, Gwin & DeMaria, Robert, Jr. "Dr. Johnson's Etymology of Gibberish." Notes and Queries, 243 (March 1998): 72-74.

Lynch, Jack. "Johnson, Politian, and Editorial Method." Notes and Queries, 243 (March 1998): 70-72.

Weinbrot, Howard D. "Johnson and Jacobitism Redux: Evidence, Interpretation, and Intellectual History." The Age of Johnson, 8 (1997): 89-117.

[see also title by Davis listed under England-Literature-Prior, by Lustig listed under Scotland - Literature - Boswell]

MARSH, JOHN

Bentley, G.E. "John Marsh and 'Peregrine Project': An exploratory and investigative note on pseudonymous authorship." Huntington Library Quarterly, 59, 1 (1997): 80-124 [A Tour through Some of the Southern Counties of England (1804)].

Robins, B. "Intramuralia: HM-54457." Huntington Library Quarterly, 59, 1 (1997): 125-44 [introduction to the journals of John Marsh].

Weber, W. "The fabric of daily life and the autobiography of John Marsh." Huntington Library Quarterly, 59, 1 (1997): 145 ff.

PRIOR

Davis, M.M. "'The most fatal of all faults': Samuel Johnson on Prior's Solomon and the need for variety." Papers on Language and Literature, 33, 4 (Autumn 1997): 422-37.

RICHARDSON

Carnell, Rachel K., "Clarissa's Treasonable Correspondence: Gender, Epistolary Politics, and the Public Sphere." Eighteenth-Century Fiction, 10, 3 (April 1998): 269-286.

* Frega, Donnalee. Speaking in Hunger: Gender, Discourse, and Consumption in Clarissa. 185 pp. University of South Carolina Press, 1998. 185 pp. ISBN 1-57003-226-2

Littleton, Jacob. ""My Treacherous Heart": Non-Rhetorical Registers of Truth in Pamela's Ascent." Eighteenth-Century Fiction, 10, 3 (April 1998): 287-301.

SHELLEY, MARY

Bennett, B.T. "Editing Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley: A bicentenary review." Keats-Shelley Journal, 46 (1997): 23-7.

Bennett, B.T. "New uncovered letters and poems by Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley." Keats-Shelley Journal, 46 (1997): 51-74 ["It was my birthday and it pleased me to tell the people so."]

Bunnell, C.E. "Mathilda: Mary Shelley's romantic tragedy." Keats-Shelley Journal, 46 (1997): 75-96.

Crook, N. "Editing Mary Shelley: The Pickering & Chatto edition." Keats-Shelley Journal, 46 (1997): 28-35.

Curran, S. "Frankenstein: The Pennsylvania electronic edition." Keats-Shelley Journal, 46 (1997): 44-50.

Markley, A.A. "'Laughing that I may not weep': Mary Shelley's short fiction and her novels." Keats-Shelley Journal, 46 (1997): 97-124.

Oost, R.B. "Marketing Frankenstein: The Shelleys' enigmatic preface." Modern Language Notes, 35, 1 (September 1997): 26-34.

Robinson, C.E. "Editing and contextualizing the Frankenstein Notebooks." Keats-Shelley Journal, 46 (1997): 36-43.

Vernon, P. "Frankenstein: Science and electricity." Études anglaises, 50, 3 (July-September 1997): 284-95.

[see also title by Finger & Law listed under History of Science]

SMART

Mounsey, Chris. "A Source for Smart's Stigand." Notes and Queries, 243 (March 1998): 74-75.

STEELE

Alsop, J. D. "Richard Steele at the Funeral of George of Denmark." Notes and Queries, 243 (March 1998): 66-67.

FRANCE - HISTORY

Andress, David. "Press and Public in the French Revolution: A Parisian Case-Study from 1791." European History, 28, 1 (January 1998): 51-80.

* Biet, Christian et Vincent Jullien (édit.). le Siècle de la lumière, 1600-1715. Fontenay-St Cloud: ENS éditions, 1997.

* Chartier, Roger. Au bord de la falaise. L'histoire entre certitudes et inquiétude. Paris: Albin Michel (coll. "Bibliothèque Albin Michel Histoire"), 1998.

Crampe-Casnabet, Michèle. "Épilogue: de la lumière aux Lumières," dans Christian Biet et Vincent Jullien (édit.), le Siècle de la lumière, 1600-1715 (Fontenay-St Cloud: ENS éditions, 1997), p. 367s.

* Cullen, L.M. The Brandy Trade Under the Ancien Regime: Regional Specialisation in the Charente. Cambridge University Press, 1998. 284 pp. ISBN 0-521-594248-8

*Hampson, Norman. The Perfidy of Albion: French Perceptions of England during the Revolution. Manchester University Press, August 1998

* Hardwick, Julie. The Practice of Patriarchy: Gender and the Politics of Household Authority in Early Modern France. Penn State University Press, 1998. 280 pp. ISBN 0-271-01782-1 (cloth); 01783-X (paper)

Howlett, Marc-Vincent. "Lux et Lumen, d'une lumière l'autre," dans Christian Biet et Vincent Jullien (édit.), le Siècle de la lumière, 1600-1715 (Fontenay-St Cloud: ENS éditions, 1997), pp. 19s.

Huard, R. "Suffrage and democracy in France from the Revolution to 1848: An essay in reinterpretation" [in French]. Pensée, 311 (juillet-septembre 1997): 5-20.

Luckett, T.M. "Hunting for spies and whores: A Parisian riot on the eve of the French Revolution." Past & Present, 156 (August 1997): 115-43.

Mori, J. "The British government and the Bourbon Restoration: The occupation of Toulon, 1793." Historical Journal, 40, 3 (September 1997): 699-720.

Sonenscher, M. "The nation's debt and the birth of the modern republic: The French fiscal deficit and the politics of the revolution of 1789." History of Political Thought, 18, 2 (Summer 1997): 267-325.

* Wisner, David. The Cult of the Legislator in France 1750-1830. Studies on Voltaire and the Eighteenth Century, 352 (1997).

FRANCE - LITERATURE

Albertan, Christian. "Le voyage à Buffon", dans Sylviane Albertan Coppola et Anne-Marie Chouillet (édit.), la Matière et l'homme dans l'Encyclopédie. Actes du colloque de Joinville [10-12 juillet 1995] (Paris: Klincksieck, 1998), pp. 315s.

Meizoz, Jérôme. "Le droit de mal écrire: usages et déviations du français standard chez trois francophones non français: J.J. Rousseau (XVIIIe), Rodolphe Töpffer (XIXe), C.F Ramuz (XXe)." Actes de la recherche en sciences sociales, 111-112 (mars 1996): 94-109.

* Rivarol. Pensées diverses suivi de Discours sur l'universalité de la langue française. Lettre sur le globe aérostatique_, Paris: Desjonquères (coll. "XVIIIe siècle"), 1998. 184 pp. Édition présentée, établie et annotée par Sylvain Menant. ISBN: 2-843210-08-9.

* Roubaud, Jacques. la Ballade et le chant royal. Paris: les Belles Lettres (coll. "Architecture du verbe"), 1998. 400 pp. ISBN: 2-251-49007-8.

[and see title by Canepa listed under Italy - Literature]

BOUFFLER

Sokalski, Alex. "Eighteenth and Nineteenth-Century Single Illustrations of Boufflers's Reine de Golconde." Eighteenth-Century Fiction, 10, 3 (April 1998): 341-362. Ill.

CHARRIÈRE

Dobie, Madeleine. "Romantic Psychology and Kantian Ethics in the Novels of Isabelle de Charrière." Eighteenth-Century Fiction, 10, 3 (avril 1998): 303-324.

DIDEROT ET LES ENCYCLOPÉDISTES

Albertan-Coppola, Sylviane. "La faculté de penser serait-elle une propriété de la matière ? Débats autour de l'article 'Animal'", dans Sylviane Albertan Coppola et Anne-Marie Chouillet (édit.), la Matière et l'homme dans l'Encyclopédie. Actes du colloque de Joinville [10-12 juillet 1995] (Paris: Klincksieck, 1998), pp. 31s.

Albertan-Coppola, Sylviane et Laurent Loty. "Hommage à Roselyne Rey," dans Sylviane Albertan Coppola et Anne-Marie Chouillet (édit.), la Matière et l'homme dans l'Encyclopédie. Actes du colloque de Joinville [10-12 juillet 1995], Paris, Klincksieck, 1998.

Fierobe, Nicole. "Quatre discours pour une matière: le verre," dans Sylviane Albertan Coppola et Anne-Marie Chouillet (édit.), la Matière et l'homme dans l'Encyclopédie. Actes du colloque de Joinville [10-12 juillet 1995] (Paris: Klincksieck, 1998), pp. 301s.

Filloux, Georges. "L'article 'Beau' et la théorie matérialiste de la connaissance," dans Sylviane Albertan Coppola et Anne-Marie Chouillet (édit.), la Matière et l'homme dans l'Encyclopédie. Actes du colloque de Joinville [10-12 juillet 1995] (Paris: Klincksieck, 1998), pp. 41s.

Fink, Beatrice. "Matières alimentaires en mouvement," dans Sylviane Albertan Coppola et Anne-Marie Chouillet (édit.), la Matière et l'homme dans l'Encyclopédie. Actes du colloque de Joinville [10-12 juillet 1995] (Paris: Klincksieck, 1998), pp. 105s.

Gohau, Gabriel. "La terre dans l'Encyclopédie," dans Sylviane Albertan Coppola et Anne-Marie Chouillet (édit.), la Matière et l'homme dans l'Encyclopédie. Actes du colloque de Joinville [10-12 juillet 1995], Paris: Klincksieck, 1998.

* Haechler, Jean. l'Encyclopédie. Les combats et les hommes. Paris: les Belles Lettres, 1998. 448 p. Ill. ISBN: 2-251-44127-1.

Jalón, Mauricio. "La traduction de l'Encyclopédie méthodique et la naissance de la 'culture matérielle' en Espagne," dans Sylviane Albertan Coppola et Anne-Marie Chouillet (édit.), la Matière et l'homme dans l'Encyclopédie. Actes du colloque de Joinville [10-12 juillet 1995] (Paris: Klincksieck, 1998), pp. 159s.

Lavezzi, Élisabeth. "Le drame de la matière ou 'L'art de peindre sur l'émail,'" dans Sylviane Albertan Coppola et Anne-Marie Chouillet (édit.), la Matière et l'homme dans l'Encyclopédie. Actes du colloque de Joinville [10-12 juillet 1995] (Paris: Klincksieck, 1998), pp. 289s.

Mortier, Roland. "Préface," dans Sylviane Albertan Coppola et Anne-Marie Chouillet (édit.), la Matière et l'homme dans l'Encyclopédie. Actes du colloque de Joinville [10-12 juillet 1995], Paris: Klincksieck, 1998.

Nakagawa, Hisayasu. "Spiritualité et matière chez Diderot l'encyclopédiste," dans Sylviane Albertan Coppola et Anne-Marie Chouillet (édit.), la Matière et l'homme dans l'Encyclopédie. Actes du colloque de Joinville [10-12 juillet 1995] (Paris: Klincksieck, 1998), pp. 23s.

* Paty, Michel. D'Alembert. Paris: les Belles Lettres (coll. "Classiques en poche"), 1998. 208 pp. ISBN: 2-251-76006-7.

Perol, Lucette. "Les articles 'Chair' de l'Encyclopédie: de l'étal du boucher à la métaphysique," dans Sylviane Albertan Coppola et Anne-Marie Chouillet (édit.), la Matière et l'homme dans l'Encyclopédie. Actes du colloque de Joinville [10-12 juillet 1995] (Paris: Klincksieck, 1998), pp. 91s.

Picon, Antoine. "Matière et travail. La classification des arts et métiers de l'Encyclopédie," dans Sylviane Albertan Coppola et Anne-Marie Chouillet (édit.), la Matière et l'homme dans l'Encyclopédie. Actes du colloque de Joinville [10-12 juillet 1995] (Paris: Klincksieck, 1998), pp. 235s.

Pinault Sørensen, Madeleine. "Les quatre éléments dans les planches de l'Encyclopédie," dans Sylviane Albertan Coppola et Anne-Marie Chouillet (édit.), la Matière et l'homme dans l'Encyclopédie. Actes du colloque de Joinville [10-12 juillet 1995] (Paris: Klincksieck, 1998), pp. 219s.

Skrzypek, Marian. "La "matière universelle" et le "grand tout" dans les articles de Diderot sur les philosophes anciens," dans Sylviane Albertan Coppola et Anne-Marie Chouillet (édit.), la Matière et l'homme dans l'Encyclopédie. Actes du colloque de Joinville [10-12 juillet 1995] (Paris: Klincksieck, 1998), pp. 15s.

Quintili, Paolo. "Machines et 'métamachines'. Le rêve de l'industrie mécanisée dans l'Encyclopédie," dans Sylviane Albertan Coppola et Anne-Marie Chouillet (édit.), la Matière et l'homme dans l'Encyclopédie. Actes du colloque de Joinville [10-12 juillet 1995] (Paris: Klincksieck, 1998), pp. 247s.

Salaün, Franck. "Culture matérielle et morale dans l'Encyclopédie," dans Sylviane Albertan Coppola et Anne-Marie Chouillet (édit.), la Matière et l'homme dans l'Encyclopédie. Actes du colloque de Joinville [10-12 juillet 1995] (Paris: Klincksieck, 1998), pp. 187s.

Vérin, Hélène. "Les arts, l'homme et la matière dans l'Encyclopédie," dans Sylviane Albertan Coppola et Anne-Marie Chouillet (édit.), la Matière et l'homme dans l'Encyclopédie. Actes du colloque de Joinville [10-12 juillet 1995] (Paris: Klincksieck, 1998), pp. 275s.

Woodward, Servanne. "Le lait et ses métamorphoses," dans Sylviane Albertan Coppola et Anne-Marie Chouillet (édit.), la Matière et l'homme dans l'Encyclopédie. Actes du colloque de Joinville [10-12 juillet 1995] (Paris: Klincksieck, 1998), pp. 129s.

GENLIS

Pitcher, E. W., Mariana Starke and Millecent Thomas: Early Translators of Genlis's Le Théâtre a l'usage des jeunes personnes (1779-1780). Notes and Queries, 243 (March 1998): 81-82.

LA FONTAINE

* La Fontaine, Jean de. Forbidden Fruit: Selected Tales in Verse. Tr. Guido Waldman. Harvill, 1998. 86 pp., ill. ISBN 1-86046-438-6 [and see review by Maya Slater, "An artful negligence," TLS 4963 (May 15, 1998): 25.

ROUSSEAU

Goulemot, Jean M.. "Aventures des imaginaires de la dissidence et de la marginalité de Jean-Jacques Rousseau à Jean-Paul Marat." Tangence, 57 (mai 1998): 12-22. [Revue publiée par l'Université du Québec à Rimouski. ISSN: 0226-9554.]

[see also title by Volpilhac-Auger listed under Classics - Tacitus]

GARDEN & LANDSCAPE HISTORY

Cannon, John. "Georgian landscape: Eighteenth century landscape design: the supreme example of the art that disguises art." The Historian, 57 (Spring 1998): 4-9.

Lamb, J. "The medium of publicity and the garden at Stowe." Huntington Library Quarterly, 59, 1 (1997): 53-72.

GERMANY, AUSTRO-HUNGARIAN EMPIRE, &C. - HISTORY

* Berenger, Jean. A History of the Habsburg Empire, 1700-1918. Tr. C. A. Simpson. White Plains: Longman, 1997. ix, 342 pp., maps, tables. ISBN 0-582-09008-3 (cloth); 0-582-09007-5 (paper).

* Friedeburg, Robert von. Laendliche Gesellschaft und Obrigkeit. Gemeindeprotest und politische Mobilisierung im 18. und 19. Jahrhundert. Goettingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht (Kritische Studien zur Geschichtswissenschaft Bd. 117), 1997. 463 S. Mit 66 Tabellen. ISBN 3-525-35780-X.

Rublack, U. "Wench and maiden: Women, war, and the pictorial function of the feminine in the early modern period." History Workshop Journal, 44 (Autumn, 1997): 1-22.

Umbach, Maiken. "Visual Culture, Scientific Images and German Small-State Politics in the Late Enlightenment." Past & Present, 158 (February 1998): 110-145.

Wilson, Peter H. "War in German Thought from the Peace of Westphalia to Napoleon." European History, 28, 1 (January 1998): 5-50.

GERMANY - LITERATURE

Adam, W. "Research issues in German literary studies: Editors' Introductions." Zeitschrift fur Literaturgeschichte, 91, 2 (1997): 233-4 [in German].

Gardt, A. "The question of foreign words: Grammarians and linguists of the 17th and 18th centuries, a lexicographical description." Zeitschrift fur Deutsche Philologie, 116, 3 (1997): 388-412 [in German].

Richards, A. "Starving for identity: Wasting women in German literature 1775-1820." German Life and Letters, 50, 4 (October 1997): 417-28.

Watanabe-O'Kelly, H. "What difference does feminism make to the study of German literature?" German Life and Letters, 50, 4 (October 1997): 380-89.

GOETHE

Elsaghe, Y.A. "Goethe as a fetishist: Marginal notes on Goethe's prose." Germanic Notes and Reviews, 28, 2 (Autumn 1997): 109-14 [in German].

Hamm, H. "Goethe and the French Paper Le Globe." Euphorion - Zeitschrift fur Literaturgeschichte, 91, 2 (1997): 207-12 [in German].

[see also title by Schwindt listed under Classics - Catullus]

HOLDERLIN

Buchheit, V. "Spring in the poetry of Virgil and Holderlin." Euphorion - Zeitschrift fur Literaturgeschichte, 91, 2 (1997): 157-82 [in German].

SCHILLER

* Schiller, Friedrich. Mary Stuart [1799]. Tr. F.J. Lampert. Penguin, 1998. 0-14-04471-3 (paper)

HISTORIOGRAPHY

Cody, A. "Historical museums on the World-Wide-Web: An exploration and critical analysis." Public Historian, 19, 4 (Autumn, 1997): 29-53.

Holscher, L. "The new annalistic: A sketch of a theory of history." History and Theory, 36, 3 (1997): 317-35.

Marfany, J.L. "The invention of leisure in early modern Europe." Past & Present, 156 (August 1997): 174 ff., with a reply by P. Burke, 192 ff.

Neusner, J. "Paradigmatic vs. historical thinking: The case of Rabbinical Judaism." History and Theory, 36, 3 (1997): 353-77.

Nolte, P. "Is there still consensus in New History scholarship?" Zeitschrift fur Hisorische Forschung, 24, 3 (1997): 377-400 [in German].

Rosov, N.S. "An apologia for theoretical history." History and Theory, 36, 3 (1997): 336-52.

* Schorske, Carl E. Thinking with History: Explorations in the Passage to Modernism. Princeton University Press, 1998. ISBN 0-691-05977-2

Thurner, M. "Subject to change: Theories and paradigms of U.S. feminist history." Journal of Women's History, 9, 2 (Summer 1997): 122-46.

[see also title by Guinnane listed under Ireland-History]

HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE

Friedman, T. "Baroque into Palladian: The designing of St. Giles in the Fields." Architectural History: 40 (1997): 155-43.

Harris, F. "William Talman's first country house: Holywell ouse, St. Albans." Architectural History: 40 (1997): 110-14.

Hiskey, C. "The building of Olkham Hall: Newly discovered letters." Architectural History: 40 (1997): 144-58.

Leach, P. "James Paine's design for the south front of Kedleston Hall: Dating and sources." Architectural History: 40 (1997): 159-70.

Lord, J. "A chapel and some garden walls: Culverthorpe in the 1690s." Architectural History: 40 (1997): 99-109 [John Newton].

Völkel, Michaela. "Retrospektive Tendenzen in der Architektur des späten 18. Jahrhunderts: Zwei "neubarocke" Lustschloßentwürfe François deCuvilliés' d.Ä." Zeitschrift für Kunstgeschichte, 61, 2 (1998): 244-255.

HISTORY OF ART

* Connelly, Frances S. The Sleep of Reason: Primitivism in Modern European Art and Aesthetics, 1725-1907. Penn State University Press, 1998. 1995; new in paper. 176 pp., ill. ISBN 0-272-01305-2 (hardbound), 01827-5 (paper).

Denton, Margaret Fields. "A Woman's Place: The gendering of genres in post-revolutionary French painting." Art History, 21, 2 (June 1998): 219-246.

Desmas, Anne-Lise. "Un monument oublié en l'honneur de Louis XV au Latran." Gazette des Beaux-Arts (mai-juin 1998): 235-248. [bas relief, 1730-3, by Agostino Corsini]

Douthwaite, Julia V. "Private Life in the Public Eye: Rousseau's Autobiography and Eighteenth-Century Painting." Studies on Voltaire and the Eighteenth Century, 358(1998): 135-160.

* Haverstock, Mary Sayre; Jeannette Mahoney Vance; & Brian L. Meggitt, eds. Artists in Ohio, 1787-1900. Kent State University Press, 1998. 3 vols. ISBN 0-87338-616-7

* Jensen, H. James. Signs and Meaning in Eighteenth-Century Art: Epistemology, Rhetoric, Painting, Poesy, Music, Dramatic Performance, and G.F. Händel. New York, Bern, Berlin, Frankfurt/M, Paris, & Wien: Peter Lang (American University Studies, Series 20, Fine Arts, 33), 1997. 424 pp. ISBN 0-8204-3723-9

Lee, P.Y. "The Musaeum of Alexandria and the formation of the museum in 18th-century France." Art Bulletin, 79, 3 (September 1997): 385-412.

MacMillan, Duncan. "Géricault et Charles Bell,"in Géricault (Paris, [1997]), pp. 449-91.

Pointon, M. "Quakerism and visual culture 1650-1800." History, 20, 3 (September 1997): 397-431.

COLLECTORS & COLLECTING

Frankel, Edith J. "The Connoisseurship of Collecting: Recreating Emperor Qianlong's Taste." Arts of Asia, 27, 6 (Nov-Dec 1997): 70-78.

DAVID

Dawson, Deidre. "La peinture des sentiments moraux: Gavin Hamilton et Jacques-Louis David, dans Pierre Morére, ed., Écosse des Lumières: le XVIIIe siècle autrement (Grenoble, 1997), pp. 319-42.

Desbuissons, F. "A ruin: Jacques-Louis David's 'Sabine Women.'" Art History, 20, 3 (September 1997): 432-48.

HOUDON

Walker, Dean. "Acquisition of the Year: Benjamin Franklin by Houdon for the Philadelphia Museum of Art." Apollo, 147, 430 (December 1997): 4-5.

PROUD'HON

* Laveissière, Sylvain. Pierre-Paul Prud'hon. Abrams, 1998. 344 pp., ill. ISBN 0-8109-6520-8

Menon, Elizabeth. "Pierre-Paul Prud'hon's Union of Love and Friendship Reconsidered." Gazette des Beaux-Arts, (November 1997): 155-166. [Prud'hon's first major Salon work in relation to the painter's life and the Terror]

RAEBURN

Phillipson, Nicholas. "Manners, Morals and Characters: Henry Raeburn and the Scottish Enlightenment," in Raeburn: The Art of Sir Henry Raeburn 1756-1823 (Edinburgh, 1997) [exhibition catalogue].

TURNER

Mackay, Christine. "Turner's 'Llandeilo Bridge and Dynevor Castle'." Apollo, 148, 1143 (June 1998): 383-385+. [finished watercolour of 1796]

HISTORY OF COSTUME

Garrett, Valery M. "The Importance of Accessories in Qing Dynasty Dress Regulations." Arts of Asia, 27, 6 (Nov-Dec 1997): 127-136.

HISTORY OF EDUCATION

Douthwaite, Julia V.. "Experimental Childrearing After Rousseau: Maria Edgeworth, Practical Education, and Belinda." Irish Journal of Feminist Studies, 2, 2(December 1997): 35-56.

HISTORY OF LAW

* Baker, J.H. Monuments of Endless Labours: English Canonists and Their Work, 1300-1900. Hambledon, 1998. 188 pp., ill. ISBN 1-85285-167-8

* Barnett, Randy E. The Structure of Liberty: Justice and the Rule of Law. Oxford: Clarendon, 1998. 347 pp. ISBN 0-19-829324-0

Landers, Jane G. "Female Conflict and its Resolution in Eighteenth-century St. Augustine." The Americas, 54, 4 (April 1998): 557-75.

Miller, David L. Carey, & Miller & Reinhard Zimmerman, eds. The Civilian Tradition and Scots Law: Aberdeen Quincentenary Essays. Berlin, 1997.

MONTESQUIEU

Carrithers, D. W. "La philosophie pénale de Montesquieu." Revue Montesquieu, 1 (1997).

Courtois, Jean-Patrice. "Des voix dans le traité." Revue Montesquieu, 1, (1997).

Courtois, Jean-Patrice. "Montesquieu au présent. La jurisprudence du réel. Entretien avec Michel Chaillou." Revue Montesquieu, 1 (1997).

Desgraves, Louis. "Montesquieu académicien honoraire de l'Académie des sciences, des belles-lettres et des arts d'Amiens (1750)," Revue Montesquieu, 1 (1997).

Desgraves, Louis. "Un projet d'édition des Œuvres de Montesquieu en 1949." Revue Montesquieu, 1 (1997).

Mairet, Gérard. ""L'Esprit général" et la constitution de la res publica européenne," Revue Montesquieu, 1 (1997).

Mass, Edgar. "Le Montesquieu de Victor Klemperer (1914-1915)," Revue Montesquieu, 1 (1997).

Porret, Michel. "Les "lois doivent tendre à la rigueur plutôt qu'à l'indulgence". Muyart de Vouglans versus Montesquieu. P.F. Muyart de Vouglans, Lettre sur le système de l'auteur de l'Esprit des lois touchant la Modération des Peines," Revue Montesquieu, 1 (1997).

Volphilhac-Auger, Catherine. "Montesquieu et Barbey. L'enfant, le moineau et la Vieille Maîtresse," Revue Montesquieu, 1 (1997).

Volpilhac-Auger, Catherine. "Avant-propos," Revue Montesquieu, 1, 1997.

HISTORY OF MATHEMATICS

Pasini, E. "Arcanum artis inveniendi: Leibniz and analysis," in M. Otte & M. Panza, eds., Analysis and Synthesis in Mathematics: History and Philosophy (Dordrecht: Kluwer, 1997), pp. 35-46.

HISTORY OF MEDICINE

Androutsos, G.; & A. Kalofoutis. "Raphael-Bienvenu Sabatier (1732-1811). Celebrated surgeon and forerunner of urology." Progres en Urologie, 8, 1 (1998): 113-120 [in French].

Asbell, M.B. "A history of dentistry in New Jersey, 1700-1870." Journal of the New Jersey Dental Association, 66, 1 (Winter 1995): 55-56, 59-60.

"Bedlam: Custody, care, and cure, 1247-1997." History Today, 47, 10 (October 1997): 38 [exhibit review].

Berkovitz, B.K., C. Grigson, & M.C. Dean. "Caroline Crachami, the Sicilian dwarf (1815-1824): was she really nine years old at death?" American Journal of Medical Genetics, 76, 4 (April 1, 1998): 343-348.

* Bucci S. Le Condizioni Socio-Sanitarie e le Epidemie nel Molise Preunitario, 1815-1860. Milano: FrancoAngeli, 1997

Chase, H.V. "Early patriot physicians of Maryland: The First Provisional Convention, June 22, 1774." Maryland Medical Journal, 47, 2 (February-March 1998): 77-79.

* Clarke. R.S. The Royal Victoria Hospital, Belfast: A History, 1797-1997. Belfast: Blackstaff Press, 1997

Cohen, T. "Walter Jonas Judah and New York's 1798 yellow fever epidemic." American Jewish Archives, 48, 1 (Spring-Summer 1996): 23-34.

Corlett, Helen. "No small uncertainty: eye treatments in eighteenth-century England and France." Medical History, 42, 2 (April 1998): 217-234.

Estes, J.W. "The therapeutic crisis of the eighteenth-century." Publications of the American Institute for the History of Pharmacy, 16 (1997): 31-49.

Fischer, L., & K. Touil. "Claude Pouteau (1725-1775), chirurgien de l'Hotel-Dieu de Lyon: son 'asepsie' au moyen de l'eau, du feu et du linge propre." Hist Sci Med, 32, 1 (1998): 27-37.

Galst, J.M. "A look at the past: Jacques Daviel, 1693-1762." Archives of Ophthalmology, 116, 4 (April 1998): 486.

Guerrini, Anita. "The Varieties of Mechanical Medicine: Borelli, Malpighi, Bellini, and Pitcairne," in Marcello Malpighi: Anatomist and Physician, ed. Domenico B. Meli (Nuncius, 1997), pp. 111-28.

Kiehne, Tilman. "Joseph von Quarin's doctoral thesis as a mirror of the state of medical entomology in mid-18th century." Gesnerus, 51, 1-2 (1997): 23-36 [in German]

Leneman, Leah. "Venereal Disease in Eighteenth-Century Scotland: Evidence from the Divorce Courts." Proceedings of the Royal College of Physicians, Edinburgh, 27 (1997): 242-45.

Porter, Roy. "Bethlem/Bedlam: Methods of Madness?" History Today, 47, 10 (October 1997): 41-7.

Prasad, U.K., & L.T. Kurland. "Arrival of new diseases on Guam: Lines of evidence suggesting the post-Spanish origins of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis and Parkinson's dementia." Journal of Pacific History, 32, 2 (December 1997): 217-28.

Taverniti, L., & A. Di Carlo. "The first 'rules' of an ancient dermatologic hospital, the S. Gallicano Institute in Rome (1725)." International Journal of Dermatology, 37, 2 (February 1998): 150-55.

Willis, N.J. "Edward Jenner and the eradication of smallpox." Scottish Medical Journal,42, 4 (August 1997): 118-121.

HISTORY OF MUSIC

Cernuschi, Alain. "De la matière sonore à la musique dans l'Encyclopédie de Paris et dans celle d'Yverdon," dans Sylviane Albertan Coppola et Anne-Marie Chouillet (édit.), la Matière et l'homme dans l'Encyclopédie. Actes du colloque de Joinville [10-12 juillet 1995] (Paris: Klincksieck, 1998), pp. 147s.

* Strohm, Reinhard. Dramma per Musica: Italian Opera Seria of the Eighteenth Century. Yale University Press, 1998. 326 pp. ISBN 0-300-06454-3 [and see review by Jonathan Keates, "In search of the Italian Wagners," TLS, 4965 (May 29, 1998): 24.

HANDEL

Quaderni Storici, 32, 2 (August 1997) contains a special section on History and Music. Essays (in Italian, with English abstracts) include A. Morelli, "Patronage of music in Rome during the Baroque period: The case of Queen Christina of Sweden" (387); P. Besuti, "The professional figure of the opera singer: The virtuose of Ferdinando Carlo Gonzaga" (409); S. Lorinzetti, "Per animare agli esercizi nobili: Musical experience in the collegi and its role in defining the nobility's identity" (435); N. Gallino, "Tutte le feste al tempio: Urban rituals and musical styles under the Ancient Regime" (461).

[see also title by Jensen listed under History of Art]

INSTRUMENTS

Dilworth, J. "Fit for a king: Alessandro Gagliano's 1704 cello." Strad, 108, 1289 (September 1997): 968 ff.

Inglis, A. "Missed opportunities: Are the summer sales a fair reflection of what is currently happening in the instrument market?" Strad, 108, 1290 (October 1997): 1052 ff.

Zygmuntowicz, S. "From Strad to Slava: Mstislav Rostropovich's 1711 Duport Strad." Strad, 108, 1290 (October 1997): 1074 ff.

MOZART

* Hunter, Mary, & James Webster, ed. Opera Buffa in Mozart's Vienna. Cambridge University Press, 1998. 471 pp. ISBN 0-521-57239-8

* Irving, John. Mozart: The 'Haydn' Quartets. Cambridge University Press, 1998. 113 pp. ISBN 0-521-45413-1 (hardcover), 58561-9 (paper)

HISTORY OF RELIGION

* Barnett, S.J. Idol Temples and Crafty Priests: The Origins of Enlightenment Anticlericalism. Manchester University Press, August 1998.

Desbrisay, Gordon. "Catholics, Quakers and Religious Persecution in Restoration Aberdeen." The Innes Review, 47 (1996): 136-68.

* Gauchet, Marcel. The Disenchantment of the World: A Political History of Religion. Tr. Oscar Burge. Princeton University Press, 1998. 228 pp. ISBN 0-691-04406-6 [and see review by John Milbank, "Rendering the strange off-limits," TLS, 4966 (June 5 1998): 7-8].

* Nederman, Cary J. & John Christian Laursen, eds. Difference and Dissent: Theories of Tolerance in Medieval and Early Modern Europe. Lanham, Maryland: Rowman and Littlefield, 1996. ix, 240 pp. ISBN: 0-8476-8375-3 (cloth); 0-8476-8376-1 (paper). [and see H-NET electronic review.]

Otonashi, Michihiro. "British Empirical Theories and Religion: Locke, Hume and Bentham." Keizailei: Journal of Kanto Gakuin University, 193 (1997).

* Swift, Donald C. Religion and the American Experience: A Social and Cultural History, 1765-1997. M.E. Sharpe, 1997.

CHRISTIANITY - PROTESTANT

* Clarke, Erskine. Our Southern Zion: A History of Calvinism in the South Carolina Low Country, 1690-1990. Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press, 1996. xi, 429 pp. ISBN 0-8173-0757-5.

* Frey, Sylvia, & Betty Wood. Come Shouting to Zion: African American Protestantism in the American South and British Caribbean to 1830. University of North Carolina Press, 1998. 285 pp. ISBN 0-8078-2375-9 (cloth), 4681-3 (paper)

Kidd, Colin. "The Kirk, the French Revolution and the Burden of Scottish Whiggery," in Religious Change in Europe 1650-1914: Essays for John McManners, ed. Nigel Aston (Oxford, 1997).

[see also title by Pointon listed under History of Art]

CHRISTIANITY - ROMAN CATHOLIC

* Hsia, R. Po-Chia. The World of CatholicRenewal, 1540-1770. Cambridge University Press, 1998. 240 pp. ISBN 0-521-44041-6 (cloth), 44596-5 (paper)

* Mullett, Michael A. Catholics in Britain and Ireland, 1558-1829. Manchester University Press, September 1998.

Prunier, Clotilde. "Les catholiques en Écosse au XVIIIe siècle," in Pierre Morére, ed., Écosse des Lumières: le XVIIIe siècle autrement (Grenoble, 1997), pp. 105-49.

Prunier, Clotilde. "Catholiques, Presbyterians et enjeux de l'instruction dans les Highlands d'Écosse au dix-huitième siècle'' (Ph.D. diss., Université Stendhal, 1996).

Wallace, C. "The prayer closet as a 'room of one's own': Susanna Hopton (1627-1709) and Elizabeth Burnet (1661-1709)." Journal of Women's History, 9, 2 (Summer 1997): 108-21.

HISTORY OF SCIENCE

Blay, Michel. "La théorie de la lumière et des couleurs dans l'oeuvre et la vie de Newton," dans Christian Biet et Vincent Jullien (édit.), le Siècle de la lumière, 1600-1715 (Fontenay-St Cloud: ENS éditions, 1997), pp. 123s.

Boisacq, Marie-Jeanne, "L'anatomie dans l'Encyclopédie", dans Sylviane Albertan Coppola et Anne-Marie Chouillet (édit.), la Matière et l'homme dans l'Encyclopédie. Actes du colloque de Joinville [10-12 juillet 1995] (Paris: Klincksieck, 1998), pp. 81s.

Finger, S., & M.B. Law. "Karl August Weinhold and his 'science' in the era of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein: experiments on electricity and the restoration of life." Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, 53, 2 (April 1998):161-180.

King-Hele, Desmond. "The 1997 Wilkins Lecture: Erasmus Darwin, the Lunaticks, and evolution." Notes and Records of the Royal Society, 52, 1 (1998): 153 ff.

Gough, J.B. "Winecraft and chemistry in 18th-century France: Chaptal and the invention of chaptalization." Technology and Culture, 39, 1 (January 1998): 74-104.

Maurel, Marie-Christine. "Le passage de la matière inerte à la matière vivante et les débuts de l'approche scientifique," dans Sylviane Albertan Coppola et Anne-Marie Chouillet (édit.), la Matière et l'homme dans l'Encyclopédie. Actes du colloque de Joinville [10-12 juillet 1995] (Paris: Klincksieck, 1998), pp. 71s.

Miller, David Philip Miller. "The 'Hardwicke circle:' The Whig supremacy and its demise in the 18th-century Royal Society." Notes and Records of the Royal Society, 52, 1 (1998): 73-92.

Thomson, K.S. "1798: Darwin and Malthus." American Scientist, 86, 3 (1998): 226-29.

Trumpler, Maria. "Verification and variation: patterns of experimentation in investigations of galvanism in Germany, 1790-1800." Philosophy of Science (1997, supplement): S75-S84.

Osiris, 12 (1997) is a special issue on"Women, Gender, and Science: New Directions." Selected articles include: S.K. Kohlstedt & H. Longino,"The women, gender, and science question: What do research on women in science and research on gender and science have to do with each other?" [with bibliography] (3); R.A. Nye, "Medicine and science as masculine 'fields of honor'" (60); E. Cohen, "'What the women at all times would laugh at': Redefining equality and difference, circa 1660-1760" (121); M.W. Rossiter, "Which science? Which Women?" (169); S. Harding, "Women's standpoints on nature: What makes them possible?" (186).

HISTORY OF SEXUALITY

* Bernheimer, Charles. Figures of Ill Repute: Representing Prostitution in Nineteenth-Century France. Duke University Press, 1997. xviii, 329 pp., ill. ISBN 0-8223-1947-0 (paper).

Richardot, Anne. "La secte des anandrynes: un difficile embarquement pour Lesbos." Tangence, 57 (mai 1998): 40-52. [Revue publiée par l'Université du Québec à Rimouski. ISSN: 0226-9554.]

IN MEMORIAM

"In memoriam. Louis Nagel (1908-1997)." Revue Montesquieu, 1 (1997).

"In memoriam. Paul Vernière (1916-1997)." Revue Montesquieu, 1 (1997).

IRELAND - HISTORY

* Bartlett, Thomas, ed. Life of Theobald Wolfe Tone. Dublin: Lilliput, 1998. 1002 pp. ISBN 1-901866-05 (hardcover), 04-1 (paper)

Blackstock, A.F. "'A dangerous species of ally': Orangeism and the Irish yeomanry." Irish Historical Studies, 30, 119 (May 1997): 393-405.

* Connolly, S.J., ed. The Oxford Companion to Irish History. Oxford University, 1998. 618 pp. ISBN 0-1921-1659-9 [and see review by Toby Barnard, "Pigs, bogs and baileys." TLS, 4966 (June 5, 1998): 31.

Garnham, N. "How violent was eighteenth-century Ireland?" Irish Historical Studies, 30, 119 (May 1997): 377-92.

Guinnane, T.S. "Interdisciplinary perspectives on Irish economic and demographic history." Historical Methods, 30, 4 (Autumn 1997): 173-81.

"Major accessions to repositories relating to Irish history, 1995." Irish Historical Studies, 30, 119 (May 1997): 471 ff.

McNally, P. "Wood's halfpence, Carteret, and the government of Ireland, 1723-26." Irish Historical Studies, 30, 119 (May 1997): 354-76.

Murphy, A. "Reviewing the paradigm: A new look at early modern Ireland." Eire-Ireland, 31, 3-4 (Fall-Winter 1996): 13-40.

IRELAND - LITERATURE

SWIFT

"Second Response of Carole Fabricant to Warren Montag." Eighteenth-Century Fiction, 10, 3 (April 1998): 363-366.

Kelly, James William. "A Contemporary Source for the Yahoos in Gulliver's Travels." Notes and Queries, 243 (March 1998): 68-70.

ITALY - HISTORY

Bargelli, C. "The art of bakers in Parma during the age of Enlightenment: From an oligarchy of power to a failing corporation?" Nuova Rivista Storica, 81, 2 (May-August 1997): 251-308 [in Italian].

[See also title by Robertson listed under Economics]

ITALY - LITERATURE

* Canepa, Nancy L., ed. Out of the Woods: The Origins of the Fairy Tale in Italy and France. Wayne State University Press, 1998. 448 pp. ISBN 0-8143-2687-0 [and see review by Andrew Wawn, "The telling of tales," TLS 4963 (May 15, 1998): 25].

GOLDONI

Turchi, R. "Recent works dealing with Carlo Goldoni." Giornale Storico della Letteratura Italiana, 174, 566 (1997): 261 ff.

JUDAICA

Hundert, G.D. "Paradisus Judaeorum: Exploring some fundamental distortions of the Jewish experience in the Polish Commonwealth of the 16th through the 18th century. Journal of Jewish Studies, 48, 2 (Autuimn 1997): 335-48.

* Malino, Frances, & David Sorkin, eds. Profiles in Diversity: Jews in a Changing Europe, 1750--1870. [1991; new in paper] Wayne State University Press, 1998. 352 pp. ISBN 0-8143-2715-X (paper)

[see also title by Rosenthal listed under Political Thought]

MARITIME HISTORY

Gallagher, M.A.Y. "Charting a new course for the China trade: The late 18th-century American model." American Neptune, 57, 3 (Summer 1997): 201-18.

Jenkins, H.J.K. "Lord Sandwich, Lord Orford, and Whittlesey Mere, 1774." American Neptune, 57, 3 (Summer 1997): 253-6.

Lambert, A.D. "Publications: The Navy Records Society." American Neptune, 57, 3 (Summer 1997): 252.

* Lane, Kris E. Pillaging the Empire: Piracy in the Americas, 1500-1750. M.E. Sharpe, 1998.

MATERIAL CULTURE & THE DECORATIVE ARTS

Aldrich, Megan. "A Setting for Boulle furniture, The Duke of Wellington's Gallery at Stratfield Saye." Apollo, 147, 436 (New Series) (June 1998): 19-27.

Fodera, P.L., K.N. Needham, & J.L. Viagliano. "The conservation of a painted Baltimore side-chair (ca. 1815) attributed to John and Hugh Finlay." Journal of the American Institute for Conservation, 36, 3 (Fall-Winter 1997): 183-92.

Murdoch, Tessa. "Jean, René and Thomas Pelletier, a Hugenot family of carvers and gilders in England 1682-1726." Burlington Magazine, 140, 1143 (June 1998): 363-374.

Saint-Gères, B. "Corner furniture in Japanese lacquer, 1740-1750" [in French]. Connaisance des arts, 543 (octobre 1997): 60 ff.

Young, Hilary. "Anti-gallicanism at Chelsea: Protestantism, protectionism and porcelain." Apollo, 147, 436 (New Series) (June 1998): 35-41.

MEXICO, NEW SPAIN, LATIN AMERICA

* Langley, Lester D. The Americas in the Age of Revolution 1750-1850. Yale University Press, 1997. xvi, 374 pp. ISBN 0-300-06613-9[and see review by Gordon S. Wood, "Doing the Continental," New York Review of Books, 20 November 1997, 55].

Lipset-Rivera, Sonya. "De Obra y palabra: Patterns of Insults in Mexico, 1750-1856." The Americas, 54, 4 (April 1998): 511-40.

* Rodriguez O., Jaime E. The Origins of Mexican National Politics, 1808-1847. Wilmington, Delaware: Scholarly Resources(Latin American Silhouettes), 1997. xi, 126 pp. ISBN 0-8420-2723-8 (paper).

MISCELLANEOUS

* Alexander, David. Richard Newton and English Caricature in the 1790s. Manchester University Press, July 1998.

Gabin, Jean-Louis. "Gilbert Lely." Courants d'ombre, 5 (1998).

* Lestringant, Frank. Cannibals: The Discovery and Representation of the Cannibal from Columbus to Jules Verne. Tr. Rosemary Morris. University of California Press, 1997. vi, 247 pp., ill. ISBN 0-520-20240-6.

Méchoulan, Éric. "Les deux vies de Saint-Hyacinthe: dans les marges du Dr Mathanasius." Tangence, 57 (mai 1998): 23-39. Revue publiée par l'Université du Québec à Rimouski. ISSN: 0226-9554.

* Pocock, Tom. Battle for Empire: The Very First World War 1756-63. O'Mara, 1998. 272 pp. ISBN 1-85479-332-2 [and see review by John Spurling, "Most Fierce People," TLS, 4966 (June 5, 1998): 33] [re: the Seven Years War]

Popovic, Pierre. "Liminaire." Tangence, 57(mai 1998): 5-11.

NATIVE AMERICAN STUDIES, FIRST NATIONS, INDIANS, LES INDIGÈNES, &C.

* Calloway, Colin G. New Worlds For All: Indians, Europeans and the Remaking of Early America. Johns Hopkins University Press, 1997. xxi, 229 pp., ill. ISBN: 0-8018-5959-X. And see H-NET electronic review].

Craig, R. "Christianity and empire: A case study of American Protestant colonialism and Native Americans." American Indian Culture and Research Journal, 21, 2 (1997): 1-42.

* Perdue, Theda. Cherokee Women: Gender and Culture Change, 1700-1835. University of Nebraska Press, 1998. 253 pp. ISBN 0-8032-3716-2

OTTOMAN AND ISLAMIC HISTORY, ARABY, PERSIA, THE MAGHREB, &C.

Grozdanova, E. "Privileges -- Trojan Horse or Achilles' Heel -- as elements ofthe interior policy of the Ottoman empire in the Balkans from the 15th to the 18th century." Bulgarian Historical Review - Revue bulgare d'histoire, 3-4 (1996): 19-36 [in German].

PHILOSOPHY

Brühlmeier, Daniel. "Die Geburt der Sozialwissenschaften aus dem Geiste der Moralphilosophie,'' in Daniel Brühlmeier, Helmut Holzhey, & Vilem Mudroch, eds., Schottische Aufklärung: "A Hotbed of Genius" (Akademie Verlag, 1996), 23-38.

Haakonssen, Knud. "Reason and Will in the Humanities," in Is There a Human Nature?, ed. Leroy S. Rouner (Notre Dame, 1997), pp. 63-77.

Jullien, Vincent. "Le chemin de la lumière chez Newton et Leibniz," dans Christian Biet et Vincent Jullien (édit.), le Siècle de la lumière, 1600-1715 (Fontenay-St Cloud: ENS éditions, 1997), pp. 101s.

Oz-Salzberger, Fania. "Die Schottische Aufklärung in Frankerich" in Daniel Brühlmeier, Helmut Holzhey, & Vilem Mudroch, eds., Schottische Aufklärung: "A Hotbed of Genius" (Akademie Verlag, 1996), pp. 107-22.

Waszek, Norbert. "Christian Garve als Zentralgestalt der deutschen Rezeption Schottischer Aufkärung," in Schottische Aufklärung: "A Hotbed of Genius'', ed. Daniel Brühlmeier et al. (1996), 123-46.

Zabieglik, Stefan. "The Scottish Enlightenment and Polish Thinkers." Polish-Anglosaxon Studies, 6-7 (1997): 73-86.

AESTHETICS

Benton, M. "Anyone for ekphrasis?" British Journal of Aesthetics, 37, 4 (October 1997): 367-76.

Lang, K. "The dialectics of decay: Reading the Kantian subject." Art Bulletin, 79, 3 (September 1997): 413-39.

[see title by Connelly listed under History of Art]

BERKELEY

Graham, J. "Common sense and Berkeley's perception by suggestion." International Journal of Philosophical Studies, 5, 3 (October 1997): 397-424.

CUDWORTH

Martin-Haao, Fliane. "Une source oubliée de l'histoire du matérialisme: Ralph Cudworth," dans Sylviane Albertan Coppola et Anne-Marie Chouillet (édit.), la Matière et l'homme dans l'Encyclopédie. Actes du colloque de Joinville [10-12 juillet 1995] (Paris: Klincksieck, 1998), pp. 51s.

HUME

Emerson, Roger L. "Hume and the Bellman: Zerobabel MacGilchrist." Hume Studies, 23 (1997): 9-28.

Klemme, Heimer F. "Die praktische Bedeutung metaphysischer Untersuchungen" in David Hume, Eine Untersuchung Über den menschlichen Verstand, ed. J. Kulen Kampff (Berlin, 1997), pp. 19-35.

Laursen, John Christian, & Richard H. Popkin. "Hume in the Prussian Academy: Jean Bernard Mérian's 'On the Phenomenalism of David Hume.'" Hume Studies, 23 (1997): 153-91.

* Livingston, Donald W. Philosophical Melancholy and Delirium: Hume's Pathology of Philosophy. University of Chicago Press, 1998. ISBN: 0-226-48716- (cloth), 0-226-48717-2

Westphal, Kenneth R. "Hegel and Hume on Perception and Concept-Empiricism." Journal of the History of Philosophy, 36, 1 (January 1998): 99-124.

Muller, Jerry Z. Introductions to essays and extracts by David Hume, in Muller, Conservatism: An Anthology of Social and Political Thought from David Hume to the Present (Princeton, 1997), pp. 32-36, 46-47.

Stewart, M. A. "Hume's 'Bellmen's Petition': The Original Text." Hume Studies, 23 (1997): 3-7.

* William, Christopher. A Cultivated Reason: An Essay on Hume and Humeanism. Penn State University Press, 1998. 192 pp. ISBN 0-271-01820-8 (cloth); 01821-6 (paper)

Tanaka, Hideo. "Principles of Authority and Utility in the Scottish Enlightenment: Hume, Smith and Millar." Shisoh [Ideas] 879 (1997): 105-35 [in Japanese].

[see also title by Otonashi listed under History of Religion]

HUTCHESON

Michael, Emily. "Francis Hutcheson and the Glasgow School of Logic," in Logic and the Workings of the Mind: The Logic of Ideas and Faculty Psychology in Early Modern Philosophy, ed. Patricia Easton (Atascadero, 1997).

KANT

Baumgarten, H.U. "Kant and the problem of pre-established harmony: Reflections on the transcendental deduction of the categories of reason." Zeitschrift fur Philosophische Forschung, 51, 3 (September 1997): 411-26.

Bernstein, S. "Imagine (Kant)." Germanic Review, 72, 2 (Spring 1997): 108-18.

* Chalier, Catherine. Pour une morale au-delà du savoir. Kant et Levinas. Paris: Albin Michel (coll. "Bibliothèque Albin Michel Idées"), 1998.

Gasiaux, E. "Three models of autonomy in morality: Kant, Steinbuchel, Auer." Revue theologique de Louvain, 28, 3 (1997): 338-58 [in French].

Gupta, R.K. "Notes on Kant's derivation of the various formulae of the categorical imperative." International Journal of Philosophical Studies, 5, 3 (October 1997): 383-96.

[see also title by Lang listed under Philosophy - Aesthetics]

LEIBNIZ

Hamou, Philippe. "Lumière physique et lumière phénoménale chez Leibniz," dans Christian Biet et Vincent Jullien (édit.), le Siècle de la lumière, 1600-1715 (Fontenay-St Cloud, ENS éditions, 1997), pp. 87s.

* Vailati, Ezio. Leibniz and Clarke: A Study of Their Correspondence. Oxford University Press, 1998. 250 pp. ISBN 0-19-511399-3

[see also title by Pasini listed under History of Mathematics]

LOCKE

[see also title by Otonashi listed under History of Religion]

REID

Benz, August. "Ein wiederentdeckter Schottischer Aufklärer. Zum Gedenken des 200. Todestags von Thomas Reid." Schweizer Monatshefte, 12 (1996-97): 69-70.

Stewart, M. A. "Reid on Locke and Personal Identity: Some Lost Sources." Locke Newsletter, 28 (1997): 105-16.

Zabieglik, Stefan. "Thomas Reid: zycie i tworczosc'' ["Thomas Reid: Life and Work'']. Edukacja Filozoficzna, 24 (1997): 285-96 [in Polish].

ROUSSEAU

Kelly, Christopher. "Rousseau's Philosophic Dream." Interpretation, 23 (1996): 417-435.

SMITH

Griswold, Charles. "Happiness, Tranquillity, and Philosophy." Critical Review, 10 (1996): 1-32.

Griswold, Charles (with Douglas Den Uyl). "Adam Smith on Friendship and Love." Review of Metaphysics, 49 (1996): 609-37.

Griswold, Charles. "Nature and Philosophy: Adam Smith on Stoicism, Aesthetic Reconciliation, and Imagination." Man and World, 29 (1996): 187-223.

[see also titles by Tanaka listed under Philosophy - Hume, and under Economics]

SPINOZA

* Spinoza, Baruch. The Principles of Cartesian Philosophy and Metaphysical Thought [1663]. Tr. Samuel Shirley. University of Chicago Press, 1998. 302 pp. ISBN 0-226-92044-5 (cloth), 92045-3 (paper)

[see also title by Rosenthal listed under Political Thought]

VICO

Heft, H. "The eternal cycle continued: The presence of Giambattista Vico in A.M. Klein's The Second Scroll." Dalhousie Review, 75, 3 (Winter 1996): 383-408.

POLAND - HISTORY

Bogucka, M. "Town hall as symbol of power: Changes in the political and social functions of the Gdansk town hall till the end of the 18th century." Acta Poloniae Historica, 75 (1997): 27-38.

Bues, A. "Courland during the early modern age." Acta Poloniae Historica, 75 (1997): 39-56 [in German].

Ciobanu, V. "Implications of the dismemberment of Poland on the Romanian principalities, 1793-1815." Revue roumaine d'histoire, 35, 3-4 (1996): 153-60 [in French].

Grzeskowiak Krwawicz, A. "The Polish debate on freedom of speech in the second half of the eighteenth century." Acta Poloniae Historica, 75 (1997): 101-14.

Trzoska, T. "Naval forces and sea-borne trade in Augustus II's policy." Acta Poloniae Historica, 75 (1997): 85-100.

POLITICAL THOUGHT

Fauré, Michel. "John Millar ou la culture politique d'un homme des Lumières," in Pierre Morére, ed., Écosse des Lumières: le XVIIIe siècle autrement (Grenoble, 1997), pp. 209-27.

* Hall, Mark David, ed. The Political and Legal Philosophy of James Wilson, 1742-1798. University of Missouri Press, 1998. 248 pp. ISBN 0-8262-11038

Phillipson, Nicholas. "Propriety, Property and Prudence: David Hume and the Defence of the Revolution," in Great Political Thinkers: Hume, ed. John Dunn and Ian Harris, 2 vols. (reprinted from Phillipson and Quentin Skinner, eds., Political Discourse in Early Modern Britain).

Rendall, Jane. "'The grand causes which combine to carry mankind forward': Wollstonecraft, History and Revolution." Women's Writing, 4 (1997): 155-72.

Robertson, John. "Social Enlightenment." History Workshop Journal, 44 (1997): 253-59.

* Robinson, Mary. Letter to the Women of England on the Injustice of Mental Subordination [1799]. Poole: Woodstock Books, 1998. 97 pp. ISBN 1-85477-211-2

Rosenthal, M.A. "Why Spinoza chose the Hebrews: The exemplary function of prophecy in the Theological-Political Treatise." History of Political Thought, 18, 2 (Summer 1997): 207-41.

* Scott, Joan W.. la Citoyenne paradoxale. Les féministes françaises et les droits de l'homme. Paris: Albin Michel (coll. "Bibliothèque Albin Michel Histoire"), 1997. (Porte notamment sur Olympe de Gouges.)

BURKE

Miller, S. "Edmund Burke revisited." Partisan Review, 64, 4 (Autumn 1997): 562-71.

HOBBES

Moloney, P. "Leaving the Garden of Eden: Linguistic and political authority in Thomas Hobbes." History of Political Thought, 18, 2 (Summer 1997): 242-66.

ROUSSEAU

Orwin, Clifford. "Rousseau's Socratism." Journal of Politics, 60 (1998): 174-187.

SMITH

Griswold, Charles. "Religion and Community: Adam Smith on the Virtues of Liberty." Philosophy, 35 (1997): 395-419.

Griswold, Charles. "Adam Smith," in Classics of Modern Political Theory, ed. S. Cahn (1997), pp. 518-21.

PORTUGAL - HISTORY

Banks, Sir Joseph. "Sir Joseph Banks' Lisbon Journal of 1766." Annotated by William J. Simon. Camões Center Quarterly, 6/7, 1-2 (Summer-Fall 1997): 17-19.

Bauss, Rudy. "The Portuguese Slave Trade from Mozambique to Portuguese India and Macau and Comments on Timor, 1750-1850: New Evidence from the Archives." Camões Center Quarterly, 6/7, 1-2 (Summer-Fall 1997): 21-26.

Simon, William J. "Sir Joseph Bank's Lisbon Journal of 1766: An Introduction to the Text." Camões Center Quarterly, 6/7, 1-2 (Summer-Fall 1997): 9-16.

SCOTLAND - HISTORY

Allan, David. "Rewriting the History of the Scottish Enlightenment." The Historian, 57 (Spring 1998): 14-19.

Armitage, David. "Making the Empire British: Scotland in

the Atlantic World 1542-1707.'' Past and Present, 1 55 (1977): 34-63.

Cochran, Barney. "Grace, Virtue, and Law: Political Discourse and the Search for National Identity in the Early Scottish Enlightenment." Ph.D. diss., Emory University, 1997). [deals with George Turnbull and Robert Wallace]

Kidd, Colin. "The Ideological Significance of Robertson's History of Scotland," in Stewart J. Brown, ed., William Robertson and the Expansion of Empire (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1997), pp. 122-44.

Kidd, Colin. "Sentiment, Race and Revival: Scottish Identities in the Aftermath of Enlightenment," in A Union of Multiple Identities: The British Isles, c.1750-c.1850, ed. L. Brockliss & D. Eastwood (Manchester, 1997).

Kidd, Colin. "The Strange Death of Scottish History Revisited: Constructions of the Past in Scotland, c.1790-1914." Scottish Historical Review, 76 (1997): 86-102.

Lafon, Sylvie. "La fable dans l'Écosse des Lumières: William Wilkie et Allan Ramsay" in Pierre Morére, ed., Écosse des Lumières: le XVIIIe siècle autrement (Grenoble, 1997), pp. 73-85.

Leneman, Leah. "'A Tyrant and Tormentor': Violence against Wives in Eighteenth- and Early Nineteenth-Century Scotland." Continuity and Change, 12 (1997): 31-54.

Lenman, Bruce P. "'From Savage to Scot' via the French and the Spaniards: Principal Robertson's Spanish Sources" in Stewart J. Brown, ed., William Robertson and the Expansion of Empire (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1997), pp. 196-209.

O'Brien, Karen. "Robertson's Place in the Development of Eighteenth-Century Narrative History" in Stewart J. Brown, ed., William Robertson and the Expansion of Empire (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1997), pp. 74-91.

Lole, F. Peter. "The Erskines as Jacobites." The Jacobite: Journal of the 1745 Association, (1997): 13-20.

Phillipson, Nicholas. "Providence and Progress: An Introduction to the Historical Thought of William Robertson" in Stewart J. Brown, ed., William Robertson and the Expansion of Empire (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1997), pp. 55-73.

Phillipson, Nicholas. "Introduction: William Robertson as Historian," in The Works of William Robertson, ed. Richard B. Sher, 12 vols. (London, 1996), vol. 1, pp. xxxvii-lx.

Phillipson, Nicholas. "Die Schottische Aufklärung," in Daniel Brühlmeier, Helmut Holzhey, & Vilem Mudroch, eds., Schottische Aufklärung: "A Hotbed of Genius" (Akademie Verlag, 1996), 17-22.

Pittock, Murray G. H. "The Culture of Jacobitism," in Culture and Society in Britain 1660-1800, ed. Jeremy Black (1997), pp. 124-45.

Pittock, Murray G. H. "Text and Context: Editing the Jacobite Relics." Studies in Hogg and His World, (1996): 37-46.

Révauger, Marie-Cècile, & David Stevenson, "Écosse et franc-maçonnerie," in Pierre Morére, ed., Écosse des Lumières: le XVIIIe siècle autrement (Grenoble, 1997), pp., 229-42.

Smitten, Jeffrey. "Robertson's Letters and the Life of Writing,'' and "Bibliography of Writings about William Robertson, 1755-1996," in Stewart J. Brown, ed., William Robertson and the Expansion of Empire (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1997), pp. 36-54, 231-67.

Smitten, Jeffrey. "Selected Bibliography of Secondary Literature," "Introduction to Robertson's Miscellaneous Works," and "Introduction to the Commentaries," in The Works of William Robertson, ed. Richard B. Sher, 12 vols. (London, 1996),1, xxvii-xxxv, 12, ix-lv, 191-203.

Smitten, Jeffrey. "Introduction'' to Dugald Stewart, Account of the Life and Writings of William Robertson, D.D. (Bristol, 1997), v-xxv.

[See also title by Robertson listed under Economics]

SCOTLAND - LITERATURE

Cairns, John W. "Andrew Bell, Jonas Luntley and the London Edition of Mackenzie's Institutions," The Bibliotheck, 21 (1996): 7-11.

Carboni, Pierre. "Penseurs Écossais des belles-lettres," in Pierre Morére, ed., Écosse des Lumières: le XVIIIe siècle autrement (Grenoble, 1997), pp. 23-56.

Manning, Susan. "Does It Matter that Ossian Was Thomas Jefferson's Favourite Poet?" Symbiosis, 1 (1997): 219-36.

BEATTIE

Robinson, Roger J. "Introduction'' to Sir William Forbes, An Account of the Life and Writings of James Beattie, LL.D. (Bristol, 1997), v-xxvii.

Robinson, Roger J. "The Poetry of James Beattie: A Critical Edition'' (Ph.D. diss., University of Aberdeen, 1997).

BOSWELL

Danziger, Marlies K. "Young Boswell, Aspiring Cosmopolite," in Thomas Crawford, ed., Boswell in Scotland and Beyond (Glasgow: Association for Scottish Literary Studies, 1997 [1998]), pp. 33-54.

Danziger, Marlies K. "Le jeune Boswell en voyage et ses rapports avec la Franc-Maçonnérie," in Franc-Maçonnérie: Avenir d'une tradition, chemins maçonniques (Tours, 1997), pp. 56-61.

* Eccles, Viscountess, & Gordon Turnbull, eds. James Boswell's 'Book of Company' at Auchinleck,1782-1795. Roxburgh Club, 1998. 225 pp. ISBN 0-940-1195-4 [and see review by Ian Donaldson, "Wine against the gloom," TLS, 4966 (June 5, 1998): 26.

Lustig, Irma S. "The Myth of Johnson's Misogyny in the Life of Johnson: Another View," in Thomas Crawford, ed., Boswell in Scotland and Beyond (Glasgow: Association for Scottish Literary Studies, 1997 [1998]), pp. 71-88.

Manning, Susan. "Boswell's Pleasures, The Pleasures of Boswell." Journal of Eighteenth-Century Studies, 20 (1997): 17-31.

Scott, Paul H. "Boswell and the National Question," in Thomas Crawford, ed., Boswell in Scotland and Beyond (Glasgow: Association for Scottish Literary Studies, 1997 [1998]), pp. 22-32.

Turnbull, Gordon. "Boswell and the Idea of Exile," in Thomas Crawford, ed., Boswell in Scotland and Beyond (Glasgow: Association for Scottish Literary Studies, 1997 [1998]), pp. 89-103.

BURNS

Carruthers, Gerard. "Burns and the Scottish Critical Tradition," in Kenneth Simpson, ed., Love and Liberty: Robert Burns, A Bicentenary Celebration (East Linton, East Lothian: Tuckwell Press, 1997), pp. 239-47.

Crawford, Thomas. "Burns, Genius and Major Poetry," in Kenneth Simpson, ed., Love and Liberty: Robert Burns, A Bicentenary Celebration (East Linton, East Lothian: Tuckwell Press, 1997), pp. 341-53.

Daiches, David. "Robert Burns: The Tightrope Walker," in Kenneth Simpson, ed., Love and Liberty: Robert Burns, A Bicentenary Celebration (East Linton, East Lothian: Tuckwell Press, 1997), pp. 18-31.

Davis, Leith. "The Politics of Hypochondriasis: James Currie's Works of Robert Burns." Studies in Romanticism, 32 (1997): 43-60.

Fechner, Roger J. "Burns and American Liberty," in Kenneth Simpson, ed., Love and Liberty: Robert Burns, A Bicentenary Celebration (East Linton, East Lothian: Tuckwell Press, 1997), pp. 274-88.

Fulton, Henry L. "From Mrs Dunlop to the Currie Edition: The Missing Links," in Kenneth Simpson, ed., Love and Liberty: Robert Burns, A Bicentenary Celebration (East Linton, East Lothian: Tuckwell Press, 1997), pp. 256-65.

Low, Donald A. "Nature's Social Union and Man's Dominion: Burns the Poet after Two Hundred Years" in Kenneth Simpson, ed., Love and Liberty: Robert Burns, A Bicentenary Celebration (East Linton, East Lothian: Tuckwell Press, 1997), pp. 105-10.

Manning, Susan. "Burns and Wordsworth: Art and 'the Pleasure which there is in life itself'" in Pleasure in the Eighteenth Century, ed. Roy Porter and Marie Mulvey Roberts (London, 1996), 182-206.

Manning, Susan. "Burns and God," in Robert Burns and Cultural Authority, ed. Robert Crawford (Edinburgh, 1997), pp. 113-35.

McGuirk, Carol. "Loose Canons: Milton and Burns, Artsong and Folksong" in Kenneth Simpson, ed., Love and Liberty: Robert Burns, A Bicentenary Celebration (East Linton, East Lothian: Tuckwell Press, 1997), pp. 315-25.

McGuirk, Carol. "Haunted by Authority: Nineteenth-Century American Constructions of Robert Burns and Scotland" in Robert Burns and Cultural Authority, ed. Robert Crawford(Edinburgh, 1997), pp.136-58.

Pickering, Outi. "Wha is that at my Loft Door: Translating Burns into Finnish," in Transfer: Übersetzen, Dolmetschen, Interkulturalität, ed. Horst W. Drescher (Germersheim, 1997), pp. 585-93.

Preston, Thomas R. "Contrary Scriptings: Implied National Narratives in Burns and Smollett" in Kenneth Simpson, ed., Love and Liberty: Robert Burns, A Bicentenary Celebration (East Linton, East Lothian: Tuckwell Press, 1997), pp. 198-216.

Ross, Ian S. "Burns and the Siècle des Lumières," in Kenneth Simpson, ed., Love and Liberty: Robert Burns, A Bicentenary Celebration (East Linton, East Lothian: Tuckwell Press, 1997), pp. 217-28.

Roy, G. Ross. "'The Mair They Talk, I'm Kend the Better': Poems about Robert Burns to 1859," in Kenneth Simpson, ed., Love and Liberty: Robert Burns, A Bicentenary Celebration (East Linton, East Lothian: Tuckwell Press, 1997), pp. 53-68.

Roy, G. Ross. "Robert Burns'' in Encyclopedia of British Humorists, ed. Steven H. Gale, 2 vols. (New York & London, 1996), 1:177-85.

Scott, Paul H. "Robert Burns, Patriot," in Kenneth Simpson, ed., Love and Liberty: Robert Burns, A Bicentenary Celebration (East Linton, East Lothian: Tuckwell Press, 1997), pp. 266-73.

Simpson, Kenneth. "Introduction," in Kenneth Simpson, ed., Love and Liberty: Robert Burns, A Bicentenary Celebration (East Linton, East Lothian: Tuckwell Press, 1997), pp. 1-12.

Whatley, Christopher A. "Burns and the Union of 1707," in Kenneth Simpson, ed., Love and Liberty: Robert Burns, A Bicentenary Celebration (East Linton, East Lothian: Tuckwell Press, 1997), pp. 183-97.

MACKENZIE

Drescher, Horst. "Henry Mackenzie: Lumières et sentiment," in Pierre Morére, ed., Écosse des Lumières: le XVIIIe siècle autrement (Grenoble, 1997), pp. 87-103.

SMOLLETT

Derry, Stephen. "The Authorship of the Universal Magazine Review of Humphry Clinker." Notes and Queries, 243, 9 (March 1998): 76-77.

[see also title by Preston listed under Scotland-Literature-Burns]

SPAIN - HISTORY

Lopez Martinez, A.L. "Monastic agrarian enterprise in Andalusia." Hispania, 196 (May-August 1997): 709-30.

Torres Arce, M. "Between the Hapsburgs and the Bourbons: The reality of a district Inquisitorial tribunal: Logrono, 1690-1705." Hispania, 196 (May-August 1997): 731-76.

SPAIN - LITERATURE

* Haidt, Rebecca. Embodying Enlightenment: Knowing the Body in Eighteenth-Century Spanish Literature and Culture. Manchester University Press, September 1998

THEATRE HISTORY

* McCormick, John, & Bennie Pratasik. Popular Puppet Theatre in Europe, 1800-1914. Cambridge University Press, 1998. 260 pp. ISBN 0-521-45413-1

ASIA

Sorgenfrei, C.F. "Desperately seeking Asia: A survey of theatre-history textbooks." Asian Theatre Journal, 14, 2 (Autumn 1997): 223-58.

AUSTRALIA

Jordan, R. "The Georgian theatre in Sydney: Some facts and problems." Theatre Notebook, 51 3 (1997): 128-46. [The Recruiting Officer].

ENGLAND

Burling, W.J. "An unknown backstage painting: Nixon's 'Peep Behind the Scenes, Covent Garden Theatre." Theatre Notebook, 51 3 (1997): 166-69.

Milhous, Judith, & Robert D. Hume. "Thomas Doggett at Cambridge in 1701: Strolling theatre companies in 18th-century Britain." Theatre Notebook, 51 3 (1997): 147-65.

Solheim, Helene. "'Humani Nihil' and Shakespeare's 1598 Henry IV." Notes and Queries 243 (March 1998): 75-76. [concerning a letter to Garrick].

Solheim, Helene. "Larpent 678: Dodd's Darius at Drury Lane." Notes and Queries, 243 (March 1998): 82.

FRANCE

Usandivaras, M. "La lecture dramatique des orations de Mirabeau par Olympe des Gouges." Revue d'histoire du théâtre, 49, 2 (1997): 137-50.

ITALY

Tylus, J. "Women at the windows: Commedia dell'arte and theatrical practice in early modern Italy." TheatreJournal, 49, 3 (October 1997): 323-42.

THEORY & CRITICISM

* Bataille, Georges. Choix de Lettres, 1917-1962. Paris: Gallimard, 1998. 610 pp. [and see review by Andrew Hussey, "Elision and paradox," TLS, 4964 (May 22, 1998): 31.]

* Botting, Fred, & Scott Wilson, eds. Bataille: A Critical Reader. Oxford: Blackwell, 1998. 224 pp. ISBN 0-631-19956-X [reviewed with title by Bataille]

* Gandhi, Leela. Postcolonial Theory: A Critical Introduction. Edinburgh University Press, 1998. 200 pp. ISBN 0-7486-11-5-3 (cloth), 1104-5 (paper)

* Loomba, Ania. Colonialism/Postcolonialism. Routledge, 1998. ISBN 0-415-12808-0 (paper)

* Lyon, Arabella. Intentions, Negotiated, Contested, and Ignored. Penn State University Press, 1998. 208 pp. ISBN 0-271-01797-X (cloth); 01798-8 (paper)

Comparative Literature, 49, 3 (Summer 1997) includes papers on the nature and future of the discipline: S.R. Suleiman, "Comparative Literature and the American University" (241); W. Moebius,"Lines in the Sand: Comparative Literature and the National Literature Departments" (243); G. Finney, "Walls and Windows: What German Studies and Comparative Literature Can Offer Each Other" (259); M.R. Higgonet, "Academic Anorexia? Some Gendered Questions About Comparative Literature" (267).

New Literary History, 28, 4 (Autumn 1997) is a special issue on "Philosophical Thoughts." Selected essays include: E.T. Bannet, "Analogy as translation: Wittgenstein, Derrida, and the law of language" (655); R. Phiddian, "Are parody and deconstruction secretly the same thing?" (673); V. Brown, "Dialogism, the gaze, and the emergence of economic discourse" (697); P. Smallwood, "Criticism, valuation, and useful purpose" (711); J. Koethe, "The romance of realism" (723); Z.W. Qian, "Problems of Bakhtin's theory about polyphony" (779) -- and Terry Eagleton's verses, "The Ballad of Marxist Criticism" [sung to the tune,"Say Something Stupid Like 'I Love You'"]...

UKRAINE

* Lindheim, Ralph & George S.N. Luckyj, eds. Towards an Intellectual History of Ukraine: An Anthology of Ukrainian Thought from 1710 to 1995. University of Toronto Press, 1996. 420 pp. ISBN: 0-8020-0871-2 (cloth); 0-8020-7855-9 (paper). [and see H-NET electronic review.]

U.S. - COLONIAL & FEDERAL HISTORY

* Bonomi, Patricia U. The Lord Cornbury Scandal: The Politics of Reputation in British North America. University of North Carolina Press, 1998. 290 pp. ISBN 0-8078-2413-5 [and see brief review by RM, TLS, 4966 (June 5, 1998): 32.

Breslaw, Elaine G. "A Perilous Climb to Social Eminence: Dr. Alexander Hamilton and his Creditors.'' Maryland Historical Magazine, 92 (1997): 433-55.

Burchall, R.A., & P. Das. "American studies in Britain: Doctoral and masters research theses on American topics, in progress and completed." Journal of American Studies, 31, 3 (December 1997): 471 ff.

* Crane,Elaine. Ebb Tide in New England: Women, Seaports, and Social Change, 1630-1800. Boston: Northeastern University Press, 1998. 333 pp. ISBN 1-55553-336-1 (cloth), 337-X (paper)

* Currie, David P. The Constitution in Congress: The Federalist Period, 1789-1801. University of Chicago Press, 1997. xv, 327 pp. ISBN: 0-226-13114-9. [And see H-NET electronic review].

* Frantz, John B., & William Pencak, eds. Beyond Philadelphia: The American Revolution in the Pennsylvania Hinterland. Penn State University Press, 1998. 296 pp, maps. ISBN 0-271-01766-X (hardback), 01767-8 (paper)

* Hinks, Peter P.. To Awaken My Afflicted Brethren: David Walker and the Problem of Antebellum Slave Resistance. Pennsylvania State University Press, 1997. xvii, 301 p. ISBN: 0-271-01578-0 (cloth); 0-271-01579-9 (paper). [and see H-NET electronic review].

* Hoffman, Ronald, Mechal Sobel & Fredrika J. Teute, eds. Through a Glass Darkly: Reflections on Personal Identity in Early America. University of North Carolina Press, for the Omohundro Institute of Early American History & Culture, Williamsburg, Virginia, 1997. xii, 464 pp. ISBN: 0-8078-2336-8 (cloth); 0-8078-4644-9 (paper). [and see H-NET electronic review].

* Horton, James Oliver, & Lois E. Horton. In Hope of Liberty: Culture, Community and Protest Among Northern Free Blacks, 1700-1860. Oxford University Press, 1997. xii, 340 pp. ISBN 0-19-504732-X (cloth), 512465-0 (paper) [and see H-NET electronic review.]

* Kramer, Lloyd. Lafayette in Two Worlds: Public Cultures and Personal Identities in an Age of Revolutions. University of North Carolina Press, 1996. xii, 354 pp. ISBN 0-8078-2258-2.

Landsman, Ned C. "Presbyterians, Evangelicals, and the Educational Culture of the Middle Colonies." Pennsylvania History, 64 (1997): 168-82.

* Matson, Cathy. Merchants and Empire: Trading in Colonial New York. Johns Hopkins University Press, 1998. 458 pp. ISBN 0-8018-5602-7

* McFarland, Philip. The Brave Bostonians: Hutchinson, Quincy, Franklin, and the Coming ofthe American Revolution. Oxford: Westview, 1998. 286 pp. ISBN 0-8133-3440-3

Nichols, C. "Tobacco and the rise of writing in colonial Maryland." Mississippi Quarterly, 50, 1 (Winter 1997): 5-18.

Shaw, D. "The Senator John Heinz Pittsburgh Regional History Center and the core exhibit,'Points in Time: Building a life in western Pennsylvania, 1750-today." Public Historian, 19, 4 (Autumn, 1997): 86 ff.

* Raitz, Karl. The National Road: The Road and American Culture. Johns Hopkins University Press, 1996. xviii , 489 pp., maps. ISBN 0-8018-5155-6.

* Walmsley, Andrew Stephen. Thomas Hutchinson and the Origins of the American Revolution. New York University Press, January 1999.

JEFFERSON

* Bear, James A., Jr., & Lucia C. Stanton, eds. Jefferson's Memorandum Books: Accounts, with Legal Records and Miscellany, 1767-1826. The Papers of Thomas Jefferson, Second Series, 2 Volumes. Princeton University Press, 1997. lv, 1624 pp., ill. ISBN 0-691-04719-7. [and see H-NET electronic review.]

Bonwick, Colin. "An icon of American democracy reassessed: Thomas Jefferson." The Historian, 57 (Spring 1998): 10-13.

U.S. - COLONIAL & FEDERAL LITERATURE

Doherty, T. "Olaudah Equiano's journeys: The geography of a slave narrative." Partisan Review, 64, 4 (Autumn 1997): 572-96.

Fichtelberg, J. "Friendless in Philadelphia: The Feminist Critique of Martha Meredith Read." Early American Literature, 32, 3 (1997): 205-21.

Nichols, C. "Tobacco and the rise of writing in colonial Maryland." Mississippi Quarterly, 50, 1 (Winter 1997): 5-18.

Roudreau, K. "Early American Criminal Narratives and the Problem of Public Sentiments." Early American Literature, 32, 3 (1997): 249-69.

WALES - HISTORY

Jones, Stephanie. "Visual propaganda as evidence of political activity: Jacobite imagery in Wales." The Historian, 57 (Spring 1998): 32-34.

 

 

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