Selected Readings, No 66

January 18, 1999

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

The informal bibliography, Selected Readings, is compiled and edited by Kevin Berland, with the able assistance of the December-January Volunteer Fire Brigade, viz. Erin C. Blake, Neil Guthrie, Jack Lynch, Dorothy Medlin, and A.J. Wright, not to mention the ever-present company of the Man in the Funny Hat, the Operator of the Moderately Elegant Machines, and the Secret Admirer... For explanations and caveats, about editorial policy, please see the Selected Readings Modus Operandi Page. Please note that all links given in this were operational on the publication date; if you're visiting in the future (relatively speaking) we cannot ensure the links will still be up

THE ACADEMY

La Capra, D. 'The University in ruins?" Critical Inquiry, 25, 1 (Autumn 1998): 32 ff.

* Scholes, Robert. The Rise and Fall of English: Reconstructing English as a Discipline. Yale University Press, 1998. 192 pp. ISBN 0-300-07151-5 [and see review by Adam Bresnick, "They've been cheated," TLS, 4993 (December 11, 1998): 11.

§ Cultural Critique, 40 (Autumn 1998) is a special issue on "The Future of American Studies."

AFRICA - HISTORY

[see also title by Sow listed under Germany - Literature - Herder]

AUSTRALIA, NEW ZEALAND, & PACIFIC HISTORY

McGuire, J. "Judicial violence and the 'civilizing process': Race and the transition from public to private executions in colonial Australia." Australian Historical Studies, 29, 111 (October 1998): 187-209.

Quinlan, M. "Regulating labour in a colonial context: Maritime labour legislation in the Australian colonies, 1788-1850." Australian Historical Studies, 29, 111 (October 1998): 303-24.

BIBLIOGRAPHY, BIBLIOPHILY, BIBLIOSOPHY, EDITORIAL METHODOLOGY, LIBRARIES, HISTORY OF THE BOOK (& AUTHORSHIP, PUBLISHING, & READING), TEXTUAL CRITICISM, RESEARCH OPPORTUNITIES IN SPECIAL COLLECTIONS

Alderson, Brian. "A Pretty Piratical Book of Pictures." Bodleian Library Record, 16, 4 (October 1998): 341-50 [account of the pirated illustrations of A Pretty Book of Pictures, a popular 18C English work for children].

* Les bibliothèques québecoises d'hier à aujourd'hui. Montréal: L'ASTED, 1998. 187 pp. ISBN 2-921548-43-7 [papers on State libraries, parish libraries, etc.] (L'ASTED, 3414, avenue du Parc, Bureau 202, Montréal, Québec, Canada H2X 2H5)

Holden, C. "Early printing from Africa in the British Library." British Library Journal, 23, 1 (Spring 1997): 1-11.

Raven, James. "New reading histories, print culture, and the identification of change: The case of 18th-century Enland." Social History, 23, 3 (October 1998): 268-87.

Rotondo, A. "Dutch printing of periodicals and public opinion in 18th-century Europe: The Bibliotheque Raisonée, 1728-1753" [in Italian]. Rivista Storica Italiana, 110, 1 (June 1998): 166 ff.

CANADA, L'ACADIE, LA NOUVELLE FRANCE, NEWFOUNDLAND, QUÉBEC, &C.

§ Journal of Canadian Studies - Revue d'études canadiennes, 33, 2 (Summer 1998) is a special issue on "Refiguring Wilderness." Among the many articles is M. Taylor, "'This our dwelling': The landscape experience of the Jesuit missionaries to the Huron, 1626-1650" (85).

CLASSICS

HOMER

[see title by Gregori listed under England - Literature - Pope]

HORACE

Damerau, B. "Horace, or truth in literature: Reception of Horace in th 18th-century" [in German]. Zeitschrift fur Germanistik, 8, 3 (1998): 649-54.

MARTIAL

[see title by Lack listed under France - Literature - Sade]

COMPUTERS, THE INTERNET, & ELECTRONIC RESOURCES FOR TEACHING & SCHOLARSHIP

"Replacing paper: Bad news for trees." The Economist online, Dec 19th 1998 - Jan 1st 1999 ["Despite the advent of electronic books, ever more information will go on meaning ever more paper, as the editor of our Web Edition discovers"].

"Network, Screen and Page: The Future of Reading in a Digital Age," Executive Summary, The Electronic Document Systems Foundation

ViVa: A Bibliography of Women's History in Historical and Women's Studies Journals. [ViVa is short for "Vrouwengeschiedenis in het Vaktijdschrift", which is Dutch for "Women's history in scholarly periodicals". ViVa is compiled at the International Institute of Social History, Amsterdam, Netherlands]

ECONOMICS

Smith, S.D. "The market for manufactures in the thirteen continental colonies, 1698-1776." Economic History Review, 51, 4 (November 1998): 676-708.

[see also title by Hale listed under England - History]

ENGLAND - HISTORY

* David, Saul. Prince of Pleasure: The Prince of Wales and the Making of the Regency. Little, Brown, 1998.

Fawcett, Trevor. "Hospital, Casino, Holiday Resort, Heritage Site: The Eighteenth-century Transformation of Bath." The Historian Magazine, 59 (Fall 1998): 4-8.

* Murray, Venetia. High Society: A Social History of the Regency Period, 1788-1830. Viking, 1998.

Rogers, Nicholas. "Money, Marriage, Mobility: The Big Bourgeoisie of Hanoverian London." Journal of Family History, 24, 1 (January 1999): 19-34.

* Shoemaker, Robert B. Gender in English Society, 1650-1850: The Emergence of Separate Spheres? London & New York: Longman (Themes in British Social History), 1998. ix, 334 pp. ISBN 0-582-10316-9 (cloth); 0-582-10315-0 (paper) [and see online H-NETreview by Kolleen M. Guy].

* Zook, Melinda S. Radical Whigs and Conspiratorial Politics in Late Stuart England. Pennsylvania State University Press, March 1999. 284 pp., ill. ISBN 0-271-01856-9 [political culture during the 1670s-80s originates not with Locke but with such activities as the Rye House conspiracy, Monmouth rebellion; 1688 revolution]

Hale, M., R. Hawkins, F. Jones, & M. Partridge. "List of publications on the economic and social history of Great Britain and Ireland published in 1997." Economic History Review, 51, 4 (November 1998): 786-822.

ENGLAND - LITERATURE

Dhardwadker, A. "The comedy of dispossession." Studies in Philology, 95, 4 (Autumn 1998): 411-34 [Restoration comedy].

* Dougill, John. Oxford in English Literature: The Making and Undoing of "The English Athens." University of Michigan Press, 1998.

Hervouet-Farrar, Isabelle. "Structure, desir et plaisir dans Fatal Revenge de Maturin." Annales du monde anglophone, 8 (novembre 1998): 33-50.

Percy, J. "An unrecognized novelist: Frances Jacson (1754-1852)." British Library Journal, 23, 1 (Spring 1997): 81-97.

BEHN

Szilagyi, S. "The sexual politics of Behn's Rover: After patriarchy." Studies in Philology, 95, 4 (Autumn 1998): 435-55.

CAVENDISH

* Battigelli, Anna. Margaret Cavendish and the Exiles of the Mind. University Press of Kentucky, 1998. 192 pp. ISBN 0-8131-2068-3

FIELDING(S)

Cervantes, Xavier. "Playwright Henry Fielding: Enemy or Connoisseur of Italian Opera?" Theatre history studies, 16 (1996): 157 ff.

Gautier, Gary, "Henry and Sarah Fielding on Romance and Sensibility." Novel; a Forum on Fiction, 31, 2 (1998): 195 ff.

* Pagliaro, Harold. Henry Fielding: A Literary Life. Macmillan, 1998. 237 pp. ISBN 0-333-63322-9 (paper) [and see brief untitled review by Henry Hitchings," TLS, 4993 (December 11, 1998): 32.

[see also title by Busset listed under France - Literature - Staël]

POPE

* Gregori, Flavio. Rettorica dell'epica: La dissoluzione dell'epica neoclassica e le traduzioni omeriche di Alexander Pope. Bologna: Cisalpino Istituto Editoriale Universitario (Series "Le bricole": Collana del Dip. Studi Linguistici e Letterari Europei e Postcoloniali, Università di Venezia Ca' Foscari), 1998. ISBN: 88-323-7056-5 [Rettorica dell'epica is a study of the reasons why English Neoclassical writers did not produce good epic poems, though critics and theorists agreed that the epic was the loftiest genre in the canon. Deriving its title from the Italian philosopher Carlo Michelstaedter's distinction between rettorica and persuasione, the study provides an analysis of the ways in which Augustan poets responded to an increasing awareness of the clash between their wish to create a poetry of totality and the lack of historical preconditions which allow the epic genre to flourish. Starting with an investigation of the allegorical transformation of the epic genre, the book follows the various attempts made by Augustan writers, from Davenant to Pope, to counteract the increasingly felt contradiction between their yearning for a natural epos and the need to recreate it artificially through the imitation of the writers of classical antiquity. It then focuses on Pope's translations of Homer, pointing to the way in which Pope used the translation as a way to appease his ambition to write an original epic poem when the contemporary reality did not provide him with epic subject matter].

RADCLIFFE

Medlin, Dorothy. "Ann Radcliffe's Italian in French: Translations by Mary Gay, André Morellet and Narcisse Fournier." Annales du monde anglophone, 8 (novembre 1998): 11-32.

FRANCE - HISTORY

Klassen, Sherri. "Old and Cared for: Place of residence for Elderly Women in Eighteenth-century Toulouse." Journal of Family History, 24, 1 (January 1999): 35-52.

FRANCE - LITERATURE

PRÉVOST

Kupper, Nelly Grossman. "The Sacrificial Woman in the Archetypal Triads of Prevost, Vigny, and Alain-Fournier." Romance Notes, 38, 2 (1998): 207 ff.

ROUSSEAU

[see title by Wokler listed under France - Literature - Voltaire]

SADE

Abramovici, Jean-Christophe. "Sade: Écrire et captiver." Europe; revue litteraire mensuelle, 76, 835 (1998): 34 ff.

* Bongie, Laurence L. Sade: A Biographical Essay. University of Chicago Press, 1998.

Cusset, Catherine. "Sade: La prise de la bétise." Europe; revue litteraire mensuelle, 76, 835 (1998): 12 ff.

Delon, Michel. "Le corps sadien." Europe; revue litteraire mensuelle, 76, 835 (1998): 22 ff.

Dunn, Allen. "Pathos in Postmodernity: Beckett, Sade, and the Performance of Suffering." Southern Humanities Review, 30, 4 (Fall, 1996): 341 ff.

Epps, Brad. "Technoasceticism and Authorial Death in Sade, Kafka, Barthes, and Foucault." Differences, 8, 3 (1996): 79 ff.

* Gray, Francine du Plessix. At Home with the Marquis de Sade: A Life New York: Simon & Schuster, 1998.

Gray, Francine du Plessix. "Secrets of Provence." Travel & Leisure, 27, 3 (March 1997): 140 ff. [Through the Vaucluse with the Marquis de Sade as a guide: this ravishing region of France was home to his most cherished landscapes, his imperious debauchery. Photographed by Stewart Shining].

Kober, Marc. "Sade: Eros est un dieu noir." Europe; revue litteraire mensuelle, 76, 835 (1998): 87 ff.

Kozul, Mladen. "Sade: L'écriture sadienne, ou la transcendance et le corps." Europe; revue litteraire mensuelle, 76, 835 (1998): 43 ff.

Lack, Roland-François. "'La Littérature de Martial': Plagiarism as Figure in Sade, Lautreamont, Ouologuem, and Sony Labou Tansi." Romanic Review, 86, 4 (1995): 681 ff.

Lane, Christopher. "The Crimes of Virtue and the Love of Aversion: Sade, Genet, and the Christian Right." American Imago,53, 4 (1996): 325 ff.

Lefort, Claude. "Sade: The Boudoir and the City." South Atlantic Quarterly, 95, 4 (1996): 1009 ff.

"Lineas - Brodsky, ruso o judio?; sobre Petrarca y Sade, o Laura y Justine; las novelas de detectives y sus autores; escritores negros sudafricanos; diversos intentos de censura; y, como siempre, algunas frivolidades." Quimera, 145 (1996): 4 ff.

Sade. "Dialogue entre Mme de Cerneuil et Valcourt." Europe; revue litteraire mensuelle, 76, 835 (1998): 9 ff.

Perez, Maria Concepcion. "Sade: Le canape vide ou l'eternel retour." Europe; revue litteraire mensuelle, 76, 835 (1998): 76 ff.

Podhoretz, Norman. "Lolita, My Mother-in-Law, the Marquis de Sade, and Larry Flynt." Commentary, 103, 4 (1997): 23 ff.

Vulpillières, Catherine de. "Sade: Ses ancêtres, les pornographes." Europe; revue litteraire mensuelle, 76, 835 (1998): 54 ff.

Wald Lasowski, Patrick. "Sade: Terreur sur la liste." Europe; revue litteraire mensuelle, 76, 835 (1998): 66 ff.

Weltman-Aron, Brigitte. "Du jardin comme tombeau: Sade traduit Rousseau." Romance Quarterly, 43, 1 (1996): 3 ff.

STAËL

Busset, Jean-Luc. "Mme de Staël lectrice de Locke et de Fielding." French Studies Bulletin, 62 (1997): 17 ff.

Isbell, John. "The Painful Birth of the Romantic Heroine: Staël as Political Animal, 1786-1818." Romanic Review,87, 1 (1996): 59 ff.

Lotterie, Florence. Chateaubriand contre Madame de Staël: la lettre sur la perfectibilité, ou du progres hors des limites de la simple raison." Revue des sciences humaines, 246 (1997): 89 ff.

Schlick, Yaël. "Beyond the Boundaries: Staël, Genlis, and the Impossible Femme Celebre." Symposium, 50, 1 (1996): 50 ff.

Scott, Barbara. "Chateau de Coppet, Geneva." Country Life, 190,33(August 1996): 32 ff.

Smith, Bonnie G."History and Genius: The Narcotic, Erotic, and Baroque Life of Germaine de Staël." French Historical Studies, 19, 4 (1996): 1059 ff.

Winegarten, R. "Madame de Staël." New Criterion, 16, 98 (1998): 17 ff.

[see also title by Marso listed under Political Thought]

VOLTAIRE

"Dumping Limbo." Free inquiry, 18, 1 (Winter 1997): 45 ff.

Gimferrer, Père. "Sobre la traduccion - Una de las facetas solapadas de la obra de Gimferrer analizada por el propio autor, quien nos cuenta sus experiencias como traductor de Voltaire, Flaubert, Stendhal y otros." Quimera, 158-159 (1997): 12 ff.

Howells, Robin. "Pleasure Principles: Tales, Infantile Naming, and Voltaire." Modern Language Review, 92, 2 (1997): 295 ff.

Johnson, W. "Voltaire as student of fire science, manufacture and man of business." Journal of Materials Processing Technology, 56, 1-4 (1996): 1 ff.

McGinnis, Reginald. "L'Histoire Prostituée: Voltaire contre Larcher, et Contre Lui-Mème." Romanic Review, 88, 2 (1997): 229 ff.

Nablow, Ralph A. "Voltaire, Candide, and Mathurin Regnier." Romance notes, 37, 3 (1997): 325 ff.

Nablow, Ralph A. "Voltaire, Mangenot, and the Epigram à Madame Denis." Romance Notes, 39, 1 (1998), 103 ff.

Raynaud, Jean-Michel. "Voltaire, figurez-vous." Revue des sciences humaines, 243 (1996): 81 ff.

Rivière, Marc Serge. "Voltaire and La Beaumelle: A Detrimental, yet Mutually Beneficial, Literary Duel." Australian Journal of French Studies, 33, 1 (1996): 10 ff.

Weinberg, Liliana Irene. "Nuestro Voltaire." Cuadernos americanos, 57 (1996): 45 ff.

Wokler, Robert. "The Subtextual Reincarnation of Voltaire and Rousseau." American Scholar, 67, 2 (1998): 55 ff.

Zimmer, L.B. "Jacques et François: Derrida vs. Voltaire." Virginia Quarterly Review, 74, 4 (Autumn 1998): 670 ff.

[see also title by Aldridge listed under Philosophy - Shaftesbury]

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

[on emigration, see title by Wokeck listed under U.S. - Colonial & Federal History]

GERMANY - LITERATURE

Gomsu, J. "Georg Forster's observations on the New World" [in German]. Zeitschrift fur Germanistik, 8, 3 (1998): 538-550.

GOETHE

[see also title by Wise & Walker listed under Miscellaneous; by Kotter listed under History of Science - Newton]

HERDER

Sow, A. "Johann Gottfried Herder's comprehension of peoples and nations in the light of Africa's developing composition" [in German]. Zeitschrift fur Germanistik, 8, 3 (1998): 551-66.

HISTORIOGRAPHY

Andreev, I.L. "Be careful with the clock of history! Methodological problems of the civilization process" [in Russian]. Voprosy Filosofii, 9 (1998): 3-26.

Andress, D. "Beyond irony and relativism: What is postmodern history for?" Rethinking History, 1, 3 (Winter 1997): 311-26.

Corfield, P.J. "History and the challenge of gender history." Rethinking History, 1, 3 (Winter 1997): 241-58.

Curthoys, A., & J. Docker. "The two histories: Metaphor in English historiographical writing." Rethinking History, 1, 3 (Winter 1997): 259-74.

Detels, C. "History, philosophy, and the canons of the arts." Journal of Aesthetic Education, 32, 3 (Autumn 1998): 33-52.

Duncan, David Ewing. The Calendar: The 5,000-Year Struggle to Align the Clock and the Heavens - and What Happened to the Missing Ten Days. Fourth Estate, 1998. 360 pp. ISBN 1-85702-721-3 [reviewed with title by Richards].

* Foster, Kevin. Fighting Fictions: War, Narrative, and National Identity. Pluto, 1998. ISBN 0-7453-0956-9 (cloth); 0-7453-0955-0 (paper)

Giombi, S. "Recent perspectives in religious historiography for the early modern period, a discussion inspired by Adriano Prosperi's Tribunali di coscienza" [in Italian]. Archivo Storico Italiano, 156, 576 (1998): 341-56.

Karlsson, G. "Reader relativism in history." Rethinking History, 1, 2 (Autumn 1997): 151-64.

Krebs, W. "Culture, music, and the decline of the West" [in German]. Archiv fur Musikwissenschaft, 55, 4 (1998): 311-31 [Oswald Spenglers Der untergang des abenlandes].

Munslow, A. "Ways of writing and doing history." Rethinking History, 1, 2 (Autumn 1997): 111- 24.

* Richards, E.G. Mapping Time: The Calendar and its History. Oxford University Press, 1998. 438 pp. ISBN 0-19-850413-6 [and see review by John North, "Reckoning the days," TLS, 4993 (December 11, 1998): 27].

Ross, D. "The new and newer histories: Social theory and historiography in an American key." Rethinking History, 1, 2 (Autumn 1997): 125-50.

Wachter, P.E. "Annual bibliography of works about lifewriting, 1997-98." Biography, 21, 4 (Autumn 1998): 482 ff.

§ GLQ - A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies, 4, 4 (1998) includes discussion of "Lesbian historiography before the name" by E.A. Castelli (557); D.M. Halperin (559); A. Pellegrini (578); K. Stone (589); N.B. Kampen (595); D. Good (601), with a response by B.J. Brooten (606).

§ Rethinking History, 2, 3 (Autumn, 1998) is a special issue on "The Good of History: Ethics, Post-Structuralism, and the Representation of the Past." Select articles include R. Eaglestone, "The 'fine risk' of history: Post-structuralism, the past, and the work of Emmanuel Levinas" (313); M. Ronayne, "Archaeological dilemmas? Ethics, materialities and pasts" (321); D. Bloxham & T. Kushner, "Exhibiting racism: Cultural imperialism, genocide, and representation" (349); M. Baker, "Feminist post-structuralist engagements with history" (371); J.H. Arnold, "The historian as inquisitor: The ethics of interrogating subaltern voices" (379); T. Webster, "The word of God and the ethics of the religious past in Northern Ireland" (387); S. Pitt, "Representing otherness: Feminism, logocentrism and the discipline of history" (397).

HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE

* Turner, Paul V. Joseph Ramée: International Architect of the Revolutionary Era. Cambridge University Press, 1998. 350 pp. ISBN 0-521-49552-0 [and see review by Joseph Rykwert, "Almost the Pantheon type, Architect of the Union: The influential work and luckless peregrinations of Joseph Ramée," TLS, 4993 (December 11, 1998): 18.

HISTORY OF ART

* Berger, Robert W. Public Access to Art in Paris: A Documentary History from the Middle Ages to 1800. Pennsylvania State University Press, 1999. 304 pp., ill. ISBN 0-271-01749-X

* Esterly, David. Grinling Gibbons and the Art of Carving. Victoria & Albert Museum, 1998. 224 pp. ISBN 1-85177-255-3 [and see review by J. Mordaunt Cook, "Limewood's master conjuror," TLS, 4993 (December 11, 1998): 19.

Wertz, S.K. "Human nature and art: From Descartes and Hume to Tolstoy." Journal of Aesthetic Education, 32, 3 (Autumn 1998): 75-82.

[See also title by Rowland-Jones listed under History of Music]

HISTORY OF MATHEMATICS

Andrews, Floy E. "The Principle of Excluded Middle Then and Now: Aristotle and Principia Mathematica." Animus, 1 (1996): e-journal link.

LEIBNIZ

Balavoine, D. "Deformations et Rigidité Géometrique des Algebres de Leibniz." Communications in Algebra, 24, 3 (1996): 1017 ff.

Daletskii, Yuri L., & Leon A. Takhtajan. "Leibniz and Lie Algebra Structures for Nambu Algebra." Letters in mathematical physics, 39, 2 (1997): 127 ff.

Frabetti, Alessandra. "Leibniz homology of dialgebras of matrices." Journal of Pure and Applied Algebra, 129, 2 (1998): 123 ff.

Gnedbaye, Allahtan Victor. "Leibniz Homology of Extended Lie Algebras." K-theory, 13, 2 (1998): 169 ff.

Gnedbaye, Allahtan Victor. "Suite spectrale d'une extension d'algebres de Leibniz." Comptes rendus de l'Academie des sciences. Serie I, Mathematique, 324, 12 (1997): 1327 ff.

Livernet, Muriel. "Homotopie rationnelle des algebres de Leibniz." Comptes rendus de l'Academie des sciences. Serie I, Mathematique, 325, 8 (1997): 819 ff.

Livernet, Muriel. "Rational homotopy of Leibniz algebras." Manuscripta Mathematica, 96, 3 (1998): 295 ff.

Meli, Domenico Bertoloni; & J.J. Gray. "Equivalence and priority: Newton versus Leibniz." Bulletin of the London Mathematical Society, 30, 145 (1998): 436 ff.

Mikhalev, A. A., & U.U. Umirbaev. "Subalgebras of Free Leibniz Algebras." Communications in Algebra, 26, 2 (1998): 435 ff.

Muhlhausen, Elisabeth. "The Mathematical Tourist: A Walk Around Leibniz." The Mathematical Intelligencer, 18, 1 (1996): 52 ff.

Vilain, Christiane, & François Duchesneau. "La dynamique de Leibniz." Historia mathematica, 24, 2 (1997): 206 ff.

HISTORY OF MEDICINE

Basing, P., & D.E. Rhodes. "English plague regulations and Italian models: Printed and manuscript items in the Yelverton Collection." British Library Journal, 23, 1 (Spring 1997): 60-67.

* Porter, Roy, & G.S. Rousseau. Gout: The Patrician Malady. Yale University Press, 1998. 398 pp., ill. ISBN 0-300-07386-0 [and see review by Pat Rogers, "Gout's golden age," TLS, 4993 (December 11, 1998): 23.

[see also title by Fawcett listed under England - History]

HISTORY OF MUSIC

Bordas, C., & L. Roblado. "Jose Zaragoza's box: Science and music in Charles II's Spain." Early Music, 26, 3 (August 1998): 391-414.

Glixon, B.L. "Music for the gods? A dispute concerning Francesco Lucio's Gl'amori di Alessandro Magno, e di Rossane." Early Music, 26, 3 (August 1998): 445-56.

Grawe, H. "PC databases for musicologists" [in German]. Musikforschung, 51, 3 (July-September 1998): 319-26.

White, Harry. The Keeper's Recital: Music and Cultural History in Ireland, 1770-1970. University of Notre Dame Press (Critical Conditions: Field Day Essays, 6), 1998. 260 pp. ISBN 0-268-01232-6 (paper)

Rowland-Jones, A. "The minuet: Painter-musicians in triple time." Early Music, 26, 3 (August 1998): 415-32.

PURCELL

Shay, R. "Purcell's revisions to the funeral sentences revisited." Early Music, 26, 3 (August 1998): 457-68.

HISTORY OF RELIGION

* Parrinder, Geoffrey. A Concise Encyclopedia of Christianity. Oxford: Oneworld, 1998. 278 pp., ill. ISBN 1-85168-174-4

CHRISTIANITY - PROTESTANT

Aston, N. "The limits of Latitudinarianism: English reactions to Bishop Robert Clayton's An Essay on Spirit." Journal of Ecclesiastical History, 49, 3 (July 1998): 407-33.

Leighton, C.D.A. "William Law, Behmenism, and counter-enlightenment." Harvard Theological Review, 91, 3 (July 1998): 301-20.

Pitassi, M.C. "To what body and what humanity does the Christian doctrine of the Resurrection refer? Philosophical, exegetical and theological elements in John Locke's answer" [in Italian]. Rivista di Storia della Filosofia, 53, 1 (1998): 45-62.

[see also title by Peddle listed under Political Thought; on U.S. Baptist history, see title by James listed under U.S. - Colonial & Federal History]

CHRISTIANITY - ROMAN CATHOLIC

* Vecsey, Christopher. The Paths of Kateri's Kin. University of Notre Dame Press, 1998. 400 pp. ISBN 0-268-03820-1 [Kateri Tekakwitha, Mohawk convert of late 17th c]

ISLAM

* Buaben, Jabal Muhammad. Image of the Prophet Muhammad in the West: A Study of Muir, Margoliouth and Watt. Leicester: Islamic Foundation, 1996. xix, 394 pp. ISBN: 0-8603-7260-X (cloth); 0-8603-7261-8 (paper)

HISTORY OF SCIENCE

HUYGENS

Rehbock, T. "Where did they leave the colours?" [in German]. Deutsche Zeitschrift für Philosophie, 46, 4 (1998): 601-22.

Schneider, H.J. "How real are colours?" [in German]. Deutsche Zeitschrift für Philosophie, 46, 4 (1998): 583-85.

NEWTON

Kotter, R. "Newton and Goethe on the theory of colours" [in German]. Deutsche Zeitschrift für Philosophie, 46, 4 (1998): 585-600.

IRELAND - HISTORY

* Aalen, F.H.A.; Kevin Whelan; & Matthew Stout, eds. Atlas of the Irish Rural Landscape. University of Toronto Press, 1997. 352 pp., ill., maps. ISBN: 0-8020-4294-5

* Canny, Nicholas P. Kingdom and Colony: Ireland in the Atlantic World, 1560-1800. Johns Hopkins University Press, 1988. viii, 149 pp. ISBN: 0-8018-3603-4

* Boyce, D. George, & Alan O'Day. The Making of Modern Irish History: Revisionism and the Revisionist Controversy. Routledge, 1996. viii, 245 pp. ISBN: 0-415-09819-X (cloth); 0-415-12171XX (paper)

* Bryson, Andrew. Andrew Bryson's Ordeal: An Epilogue to the 1798 Rebellion. Ed. Michael Durey. Cork University Press, 1998. vi, 120 pp. ISBN: 1-8591-8144-9

* Delaney, Marianne. Ireland. New York: Stewart, Tabori & Chang, 1997. 135 pp., ill. ISBN: 1556705468

* Duffy, Seán, et al. Atlas of Irish history. Macmillan (Arcadia eds.), 1997. 144 pp., ill., maps. ISBN: 0-0286-2011-9

* Gahan, Daniel. The People's Rising, Wexford, 1798. Dublin: Gill & Macmillan, 1995. xv, 367 pp., ill., maps, ports. ISBN: 0-717-12392-8 (cloth); 0-717-12323-5 (paper)

* Gahan, Daniel. Rebellion! Ireland in 1798. Dublin: O'Brien Press (Comóradh '98), 1997. 143, [65] pp. ill., maps. ISBN: 0-8627-8541-3

* James, Francis Godwin. Lords of the Ascendancy: The Irish House of Lords and Its Members, 1600-1800. Catholic University of America Press, 1995. 248 pp. ISBN: 0-813-20840-8

* Harris, Nathaniel. Heritage of Ireland: A History of Ireland and Its People. New York: Checkmark Books, 1998. 159 pp., ill. ISBN: 0816039399

* Harvey, Karen Jeanne. The Bellews of Mount Bellew: A Catholic Gentry Family in Eighteenth-Century Ireland. Dublin: Four Courts Press, 1998. 218 pp., maps. ISBN: 1-8518-2351-4

* Hill, Jacqueline R. From Patriots to Unionists: Dublin Civic Politics and Irish Protestant Patriotism, 1660-1840. Clarendon Press, 1997. xix, 444 pp., ill., maps. ISBN: 0-198-20635-6

* Kavanaugh, Ann C. John FitzGibbon, Earl of Clare: Protestant Reaction and English Authority in Late Eighteenth-Century Ireland. Dublin: Irish Academic Press, 1997. x, 461 pp. ISBN: 0-7165-2605-0

* Keogh, Dáire, & Nicholas Furlong, eds. The Mighty Wave: The 1798 Rebellion in Wexford. Dublin : Four Courts Press, 1996. 187 pp. ill., maps. ISBN: 1-8518-2253-4 (cloth); 1-8518-2254-2 (paper)

* Knox, Oliver. Rebels & Informers: Stirrings of Irish Independence. New York : St. Martin's Press, 1997. xvi, 304 pp., ill. ISBN: 0-3122-1097-3 [Rebellion of 1798].

* Lydon, James F. The Making of Ireland: From Ancient Times to the Present. New York : Routledge, 1998. viii, 425 pp. ISBN: 0-4150-1347-X (cloth); 0-4150-1348-8 (paper)

* McBride, Ian R.. Scripture Politics: Ulster Presbyterians and Irish Radicalism in the Late Eighteenth Century. Clarendon Press, 1998. 275 pp. ISBN: 0-198-20642-9

McBride, Ian. "The Irish Rebellion of 1798." The Historian Magazine, 59 (Fall 1998): 25-29.

* McNally, Patrick. Parties, Patriots, and Undertakers: Parliamentary Politics in Early Hanoverian Ireland. Dublin: Four Courts Press, 1997. 252 pp. ISBN: 1-8518-2255-0

* Murphy, John A.. ed. The French Are in the Bay: the Expedition to Bantry Bay, 1796. Dublin: Mercier Press, 1997. 199 pp., ill., maps. ISBN: 1-8563-5171-8

* O'Donnell, Ruán. The Rebellion in Wicklow, 1798. Dublin: Irish Academic Press, 1998. x, 441 pp. ill., maps. ISBN: 0-7165-2659-X (cloth); 0-7165-2694-8 (paper)

* O'Mahony, Patrick; & Gerard Delanty. Rethinking Irish history: nationalism, identity, and ideology. St. Martin's Press, 1998. 222 pp., ill. ISBN: 0312214022

* Tillyard, Stella K. Citizen Lord: Edward Fitzgerald, 1763-1798. London : Chatto & Windus, 1997. xiv, 335 pp., ill. ISBN: 0-701-16538-3

* Whelan, Kevin. Fellowship of Freedom : the United Irishmen and 1798. Cork University Press, 1998. xii, 162 pp., ill. maps. ISBN: 1859182100 [Companion vol. to the Bicentenary Exhibition by the National Library and the National Museum of Ireland at Collins Barracks, Dublin 1998]

[see also title by Hale listed under England - History; by Webster listed under Historiography; by White listed under History of Music; on emigration, see title by Wokeck listed under U.S. - Colonial & Federal History]

IRELAND - LITERATURE

* Eagleton, Terry. Crazy John and the Bishop, and Other Essays on Irish Culture. University of Notre Dame Press (Critical Conditions: Field Day Essays, 5), 1998. 260 pp. ISBN 0-268-00832-9 [Berkeley, Moore, Goldsmith, Hutcheson, Sterne, Steele, Burke, Edgeworth, &c.]

* Leerssen, Joep. Mere Irish and Fíor-Ghael: Studies in the Idea of Irish Nationality, its Development and Literary Expression Prior to the Nineteenth Century. University of Notre Dame Press (Critical Conditions: Field Day Essays, 3), 1997. ISBN: 0-268-01427-2 (paper) [reprint of 1986 ed.]

Zeender, Marie-Noelle. "Pour une lecture politique du roman 'gothique' irlandais." Annales du monde anglophone, 8 (novembre 1998): 51-60 [Thomas Leland, Longsword, Earl of Salisbury].

ITALY - HISTORY

Vincenzo, F. "The Accademia Reale delle Scienze: Cultural socialbility and men of letters in Turin under Vittorio Amedeo III." Journal of Modern History, 70, 3 (September 1998): 519-60.

JUDAICA

* Arendt, Hannah. Rahel Verhagen, The Life of a Jewess. Ed. Liliane Weissberg, tr. Richard & Clara Winston. "First complete edition." Johns Hopkins University Press, 1997. 400 pp., ill. ISBN 0-8018-5587-X

* Meyer, Michael A. & Michael Brenner, eds. German-Jewish History in Modern Times. Volume 1: Tradition and Enlightenment 1600-1780 by Mordechai Breuer and Michael Graetz. Translated by William Templer. Study of the Leo Baeck Institute. New York: Columbia University Press, 1996. 436 pp. ISBN 0-231-07472-7 [and see online H-NET review by Frank Schuurmans].

MARITIME HISTORY

* Lambert, Andrew. The Foundations of Naval History: John Knox Laughton, The Royal Navy, and the Historical Profession. Chatham Publishing, 1998. 256 pp. ISBN 1-86176-086-8

Litten, J. "Navy flogging: Captain Samuel Francis Du Pont and tradition." American Neptune, 58, 2 (Spring 1998): 145-66.

Paine, G. "Ord's arcs: Angles, artillery and ambush on Lake George and Champlain." American Neptune, 58, 2 (Spring 1998): 105-24.

* Parsons, G.S. Nelsonian Reminiscences. Ed. W.H. Long (first published as Leaves from Memory's Log, 1843). Chatham Publishing (series "Sailors' Tales"), 1998. 188 pp. ISBN 1-86176-084-1 (paper)

Salvestrini, F. "The contribution of the Vallombrodan and Camaidolite orders in building the Tuscan navy" [in Italian]. Archivo Storico Italiano, 156, 576 (1998): 307 ff.

* Spavens, William. The Narrative of William Spavens, a Chatham Pensioner, by Himself [1796]. ). Chatham Publishing (series "Sailors' Tales"), 1998. 178 pp. ISBN 1-86176-083-3 (paper)

MEXICO, NEW SPAIN, LATIN AMERICA

Jackson, Francis L. "Mexican Freedom: The Ideal of the Indigenous State." Animus, 2 (1997): e-journal link.

* Schmidhuber, Guillermo. The Three Secular Plays of Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz: A Critical Study. Tr. Shelby G. Thacker. University Press of Kentucky, 1999. 200 pp. ISBN 0-8131-2088-8

MISCELLANEOUS

* Greenfield, Susan C., & Carol Barash, eds. Inventing Maternity: Politics, Science, and Literature, 1650-1865. University Press of Kentucky, 1999. 256 pp. ISBN 0-8131-2078-0

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

[see also title by Vecsey listed under History of Religion - Christianity - Roman Catholic]

PHILOSOPHY

* MacIntyre, Alasdair. A Short History of Ethics: A History of Moral Philosophy from the Homeric Age to the Twentieth Century. University of Notre Dame Press, 1998. 304 pp. ISBN 0-268-01759-X (paper)

BERKELEY

Anderson, D.R., & P.S. Groff. "Peirce on Berkely's nominalistic Platonism." American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly, 72, 2 (Spring 1998): 166-78.

DESCARTES

Andrews, Floy E. "God, the Evil Genius and Eternal Truths: The Structure of the Understanding in the Cartesian Philosophy." Animus, 3 (1998): e-journal link.

* Bordo, Susan, ed. Feminist Interpretations of Descartes. Penn State University Press, April 1999. 320 pp. ISBN 0-271-01857-7 (cloth); 0-271-01858-5 (paper)

Hankey, Wayne J. "Stephen Menn's Cartesian Augustine: Metaphysical and Ahistorically Modern." Animus, 3 (1998): e-journal link [review article devoted to Stephen Menn, Descartes and Augustine (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1998)].

Harries, K. "Descartes and the labyrinth of the world." International Journal of Philosophical Studies, 6, 3 (October 1998): 307-30 [Comenius].

Hoyt-O'Connor, P.E. "Progress with end: Rationality and the good in Descartes' Discourse and in Hobbes' Leviathan." International Philosophical Quarterly, 38, 4 (December 1998): 393-408.

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

HOBBES

[See also title by Hoyt-O'Connor listed under Philosophy - Descartes]

HUME

Maxwell,Vance. "The Great Connexion: Hume's Metaphysical Logic of Belief-Constructed Causation." Animus, 3 (1998): e-journal link.

Mura, A. "Hume's inductive logic." Synthese, 115, 3 (June 1998): 303-32.

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

KANT

Bubner, R. "Once more on maxims" [in German]. Deutsche Zeitschrift für Philosophie, 46, 4 (1998): 551-62.

Hanna, R. "A Kantian critique of scientific essentialism." Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, 58, 3 (September 1998): 497-528.

Larochelle, G. "From Kant to Foucault: What remained from the copyright?" [in Czech, English abstract]. Filozoficky Casopis, 46, 4 (1998): 631-46.

McDonough, R. "Kant's anti-scientism and the origins of phenomenology." Journal of the British Society for Phenomenology, 29, 3 (October 1998): 281-98.

Shier, D. "Why Kant finds nothing ugly." British Journal of Aesthetics, 38, 4 (October 1998): 412-18 [Critique of Judgment].

Stafford, Antoinette. "Kant and Kierkegaard: the Subjectivization of Faith." Animus, 3 (1998): e-journal link.

LEIBNIZ

Baker, Lang. "The Cry of the Identicals: The Problem of Inclusion in Deleuze's Reading of Leibniz." Philosophy Today, 39, 2 (1995): 198 ff.

Benedikt, M. "Leibniz and Brentano: Two philosophers concerning catastrophes and their solutions." History of European Ideas, 20, 4/6 (1995): 931 ff.

Cerchiai, G. "Introduction to two previously unpublished works on Albinos by Giovanni Emanuele Barie" [in Italian]. Rivista di Storia della Filosofia, 53, 1 (1998): 125-30. "The theory of knowledge in the philosophical system of Leibniz" (131-4); "Being as activity" (135-9).

Coudert, Allison P., & Marjorie Grene. "Leibniz and the Kabbalah." Isis, 88, 2 (1997): 339 ff.

Davidson, Jack. "Imitators of God: Leibniz on Human Freedom." Journal of the History of Philosophy, 36, 3 (1998): 387 ff.

Duchesneau, Francois; & Emily Grosholz. "Leibniz et la Methode de la Science." Journal of the History of Philosophy, 35, 2 (1997): 305 ff.

Gardt, Andreas; & William Jervis Jones. "Sprachreflexion in Barock und Fruhaufklarung: Entwurfe von Bohme bis Leibniz." Modern Language Review. 92, 4 (1997): 1010 ff.

Gensini, S. "Criticisms of the Arbitrariness of Language in Leibniz and Vico and the Natural Philosophy of Language." Amsterdam Studies in the Theory and History of Linguistic Science. Series IV, Current Issues in Linguistic Theory, 110 (1995): 3 ff.

Jaenecke, Peter. "Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz on the occasion of his 350th birthday." Knowledge Organization, 23, 2 (1996): 65 ff.

Kramer, S. "Mind, Symbolism, Formalism: Is Leibniz a Precursor of Artificial Intelligence?" Knowledge Organization, 23, 2 (1996): 84 ff.

Mortensen, Chris. "The Leibniz Continuity Condition, Inconsistency and Quantum Dynamics." Journal of Philosophical Logic, 26, 4 (1997): 377 ff.

Murray, Michael J. "Leibniz on Divine Foreknowledge of Future Contingents and Human Freedom." Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, 55, 1 (1995): 75 ff.

Pape, Helmut. "Perspectivity: G. W. Leibniz on the Representation of Ontological Structure." Journal of Speculative Philosophy, 11, 1 (1997): 1 ff.

Richter, A., & W. Meyer. "Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz. Pedigree and Ancestors." Knowledge Organization, 23, 2 (1996): 103 ff.

Rutherford, Donald; & Robert M. Adams. "Leibniz and the Rational Order of Nature." Philosophical Quarterly, 48, 191 (1998): 264 ff.

Ryan, James A. "Leibniz' Binary System and Shao Yong's Yijing." Philosophy East & West, 46, 1 (1996): 59 ff.

Scott, David. "Leibniz's Model of Creation and His Doctrine of Substance." Animus, 3 (1998): e-journal link.

Steierwald, Ulrike, & Wilhelm Totok. "Knowledge and system. On G.W. Leibniz' theory of a universal library." Knowledge Organization, 23, 4 (1996): 232 ff.

Waragai, T. "On Some Essential Subsystems of Lesniewski's Ontology and the Equivalence between the Singular Barbara and the Law of Leibniz in Ontology." Synthese Library, 273 (1998): 169 ff.

Werther, David. "Leibniz and the Possibility of God's Existence." Religious Studies, 32, 1 (1996): 37 ff.

Werther, David. "Leibniz on Cartesian Omnipotence and Contingency." Religious Studies, 31, 1 (1995): 23 ff.

Widmaier, Rita, & Alberto Guillermo Ranea. "Leibniz korrespondiert mit China: Der Briefwechsel mit den Jesuitenmissionaren (1689-1714)." Isis, 87, 1 (1996): 172 ff.

Widmaier, Rita, & Daniel J. Cook. "Leibniz Korrespondiert mit China." Journal of the American Academy of Religion, 73, 2 (1995): 393.

[see also titles listed under History of Mathematics - Leibniz; by Bolton listed under History of Philosophy - Locke]

LOCKE

Bolton, Martha Brandt. "Locke, Leibniz, and the Logic of Mechanism." Journal of the History of Philosophy, 36, 2 (1998): 189 ff.

[see also title by [see also title by Busset listed under France - Literature - Staël; by Pitassi listed under History of Religion - Christianity - Protestant]

ROUSSEAU

Kukla, R. "Masking as masking human nature: Rousseau's aesthetics of education." Journal of the British Society for Phenomenology, 29, 3 (October 1998): 228-51.

SHAFTESBURY

Aldridge, A. Owen. "Shaftesbury, Rosicrucianism and Links with Voltaire." Canadian review of comparative literature. Revue canadienne de littérature comparée, 23, 2 (1996): 393 ff.

POLITICAL THOUGHT

Etienne, J. "Human rights as formulated at the French Revolution and in the 1948 United Nations declaration: The question of individualist inspiration" [in French]. Revue theologique de Louvain, 29, 3 (1998): 297-306.

Marso, L. J. "The Stories of Citizens: Rousseau, Montesquieu, and de Stael Challenge Enlightenment Reason." Polity, 30, 3 (1998): 435 ff.

Peddle, David. "Puritanism, Enlightenment and the U.S. Constitution." Animus, 3 (1998): e-journal link.

Robertson, Neil. "The Closing of the Early Modern Mind: Leo Strauss and Early Modern Political Thought." Animus, 3 (1998): e-journal link [Leo Strauss's position as defence of structures necessary to the moral and political imagination against the levelling tendencies of modernity].

* Zuckert, Michael P. The Natural Rights Republic: Studies in the Foundation of the American Political Tradition. University of Notre Dame Press, 1997. ISBN 0-268-01480-9

[see also title by Zook listed under England - History; by Jackson listed under Mexico &c.]

MONTESQUIEU

[see also title by Marso listed under Political Thought]

ROUSSEAU

[see also title by Marso listed under Political Thought]

RUSSIA - HISTORY

Ekshtut, S.A. "Gendarmes and Decembrists: Historiosophical reflections on two ways of curing the same disease" [in Russian]. Voprosy Filosofii, 9 (1998): 54-71.

Wirtschafter, E.K. "Legal identity and the possession of serfs in imperial Russia." Journal of Modern History, 70, 3 (September 1998): 561-87.

SCOTLAND - HISTORY

Goodare, J. "Women and the witch-hunt in Scotland." Social History, 23, 3 (October 1998): 288-308.

SPAIN - HISTORY

Lane, K. "Taming the master: Brujeria, slavery, and the Encomienda in Barbacoas at the turn of the 18th century." Ethnohistory, 45, 3 (Summer 1998): 477-508.

SPAIN - LITERATURE

Shustov, A.N. "Tomas de Iriarte y Oropesa (1750-91) and his Russian translators" [in Russian]. Russian Literature, 44, 1 (July 1998): 117 ff.

THEORY, CRITICISM

Banta, M. "Diplomatic relations: Globalizing literary studies." PMLA, 113, 5 (October 1998): 1071-78.

* Baudrillard, Jean. Paroxysm: Interviews with Philippe Petit. Tr. Chris Turner. Verso, 1998. 120 pp. ISBN 1-85984-241-0 (paper)

Bauman, E. "Re-dressing colonial discourse: Postcolonial theory and the humanist project." Critical Quarterly, 40, 3 (Autumn 1998): 79-103.

Elliott, J.E. "Paradigms retained: Cultural theory, critical practice." Comparative Literature, 50, 1 (Winter 1998): 57-91.

* Engell, James. The Committed Word: Literature and Public Values. Pennsyvania State University Press, 1999. 208 pp., ill. ISBN 0-271-01890-9 [profiles of Lincoln, Burke, Swift, Hume, Lowth, Vico, ancd others]

Game, J. "Reflecting the perpetual present: Literature as immanence in Bakhtin's thought." Neophilologus, 82, 4 (October 1998): 499-512.

* Good, James, & Irving Velody, eds. The Politics of Postmodernity. 232 pp. ISBN 0-521-46162-6 [and see brief untitled review by Jonathan Murdoch, TLS, 4993 (December 11, 1998): 33.

Groeben, N., & M. Schreier. "Descriptive vs. prescriptive aspects of the concept of literature: The example of polyvalence." Poetics, 26, 1 (September 1998): 55 ff.

Hassan, I. "Queries for postcolonial studies." Philosophy and Literature, 22, 2 (October 1998): 328-42.

Ostrower, F. "The arts as cultural capital among elites: Bourdieu's theory reconsidered." Poetics, 26, 1 (September 1998): 43-54.

Rehberg, A. "Feminism, phenomenology, writing." Journal of the British Society for Phenomenology, 29, 3 (October 1998): 320-26.

Rickman, H.P. "Deconstruction: The unacceptable face of hermeneutics." Journal of the British Society for Phenomenology, 29, 3 (October 1998): 299-313.

§ Cultural Studies, 12, 4 (October 1998) is a special issue on "The Institutionalization of Cultural Studies," including T. Striphas, "The long march: Cultural studies and institutionalization" (453); D. Morley, "So-called cultural studies: Dead ends and reinvented wheels" (476); M. Morris, "Publishing perils, and how to survive them: A guide for graduate students" (498); A. O'Shea, "A special relationship? Cultural studies, academia, and pedagogy" (513); T. Bennett, "Cultural studies: A reluctant discipline" (528); J. Newton, S. Kaiser, & K.A. Ono, "Proposal for MA and PhD programme in cultural studies at UC-Davis" (546); T. Striphas, "Cultural studies' institutional presence: A resource guide" (571); D. Mato, "On the making of transnational identities in the age of globalization: The US Latina/o 'Latin' American case" (598).

U.S. - COLONIAL & FEDERAL HISTORY

Breen, T. H., & Timothy Hall. "Structuring Provincial Imagination: The Rhetoric and Experience of Social Change in Eighteenth-century New England." American Historical Review, 103 (December 1998): 1411-39.

Bullock, Steven C. "A Mumper among the Gentle: Tom Bell, Colonial Confidence man." William and Mary Quarterly, 55, 2 (April1998): 231-58.

Bushman, Richard Lyman. "Markets and Composite Farms in Early America." William and Mary Quarterly, 55, 3 (July 1998): 351-74.

Cogliano, F.D. "We fled from the valley of destruction: American escapes from Mill and Forton Prisons, 1777-1782." American Neptune, 58, 2 (Spring 1998): 125-44.

* Friend, Craig Thompson, ed. The Buzzel About Kentuck: Settling the Promised Land. University Press of Kentucky, 1998. 264 pp., ill. ISBN 0-8131-2085-3

Hamilton, P. "Revolutionary principles and family loyalties: Slavery's transformation in the St. George Tucker household of early national Virginia." William and Mary Quarterly, 55, 4 (October 1998): 531-56.

Higginbotham, Don. "The Federalized Militia Debate: a Neglected Aspect of Second Amendment Scholarship." William and Mary Quarterly, 55, 1 (January 1998): 39-58.

James, Sydney C. John Clarke and His Legacies: Religion and Law in Colonial Rhode Island, 1638-1750. Ed. T. Dwight Bozeman. Pennsylvania State University Press, March, 1999. 240 pp. ISBN 0-271-01849-6

McDowell, Gary L. "The Language of Law and the Foundations of American Constitutionalism." William and Mary Quarterly, 55, 3 (July 1998): 375-98.

Richards, Jeffrey H. "Revolution, Domestic Life, and the End of 'Common Mercy; in Crevecœur's Landscapes." William and Mary Quarterly, 55, 2 (April 1998): 281-96.

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* Shalhope, Robert E. Bennington and the Green Mountain Boys: The Emergence of Liberal Democracy in Vermont, 1760-1850. Johns Hopkins University Press, 1996. xiii, 412 pp., maps. ISBN 0-8018-5335-4 [and see online H-NET review by Susan Ouellette].

Smith, M.M. "Culture, commerce, and calendar reform in colonial America." William and Mary Quarterly, 55, 4 (October 1998): 557-84.

Ulrich, Laurel Thatcher. "Wheels, Looms, and the Gender Division of Labor in Eighteenth-century New England." William and Mary Quarterly, 55, 1 (January 1998): 3-38.

Thompson, C. Bradley. "Young John Adams and the New Philosophic Rationalism." William and Mary Quarterly, 55, 2 (April 1998): 259-80.

* Van Tassel, Emily Field, & Paul Finkelman, eds. Impeachable Offenses: A Documentary History from 1787 to the Present. Washington, D.C.: Congressional Quarterly, Inc., 1999. x, 326 pp, ill. ISBN 1-56802-479-7 (cloth); ISBN 1-56802-480-0 (paper) [and see online H-NET review by R. B. Bernstein].

Winarski, D.L. "'Pale blewish lights' and a dead man's groan: Tale of the supernatural from 18th-century Plymouth, Massachusetts." William and Mary Quarterly, 55, 4 (October 1998): 497-530.

* Wokeck, Marianne S. Trade in Strangers: The Beginnings of Mass Migration to North America. Pennsylvania State University Press, April, 1999. 240 pp. ISBN 0-271-01832-1 (cloth); 0-271-01833-X (paper) [German and Irish emigration]

Zagarri, Rosemarie. "The Rights of Man and Woman in Post-Revolutionary America." William and Mary Quarterly, 55, 2 (April 1998): 203-30.

[see also title by Smith listed under Economics]

JEFFERSON

Ferguson, R.A. "'With what majesty do we there ride above the storms!' Jefferson at Monticello." Virginia Quarterly Review, 74, 4 (Autumn 1998): 581-96.

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