Selected Readings, No 70

May 24, 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

 Greetings! Selected Readings is compiled and edited by Kevin Berland, with the able assistance of the Spring Volunteer Fire Brigade, viz., Erin Blake, Dorothy Coleman, Bill Everdell, Jack Lynch, Dorothy Medlin, Benoît Melançon, Elaine Riehm, Pauline Phemister, Steve Lestition, A.J. Wright, & Stefan Zabieglik, 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.

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ACADEMIA

Fara, Patricia. "Disciplinary Stories." Intellectual News, 2 (Autumn 1997): 26 ff.

AFRICA & THE AFRICAN DIASPORA

* Cuguano, Quobna Ottobah. Thoughts and Sentiments on the Evils of Slavery, and Other Writings. Ed. Vincent Carretta. Penguin Classics, 1999. 224 pp. ISBN 0-14-043015-6 (paper) [includes correspondence with Burke, Pitt, & King George III].

* Pollard, Michael. The Nile. New York: Benchmark Books (Great Rivers), 1997. 45 pp., ill. ISBN 0-7614-0503-8 -- and see H-NET online review by Izak Cornelius.

[see also title by Hunter listed under Historiography (Intellectual News); by Boulukos listed under Ireland - Literature - Edgeworth]

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

Arbour, K. "Addendum and corrigendum to the National Index of American Imprints database: Two Kneeland printings of the Brady-Tate Psalms, Boston 1762 and 1766." Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 92, 4 (December 1998): 529 ff.

Baker, J., & K. Womack. "Selected bibliography and textual criticism websites." Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 92, 4 (December 1998): 535 ff.

Hampe-Martínez, Teodoro. "Private libraries in the colonial world: The diffusion of books and ideas in the viceroyalty of Peru." Intellectual News, 2 (Autumn 1997): 6 ff.

 Harrison, David . Ancestral Subject Catalogue of Chapbook Themes. Webpage: The Ancestral Subject Catalogue of Chapbook Themes (ASC) began as an attempt to list all secular chapbooks printed in English before 1700. In the absence of any other pertinent existing resources, it soon became clear that to study adequately these works, the listing had to be extended to cover the bibliographical history of the titles that appeared as chapbooks, wherever possible. The ASC is designed to function as a companion volume to Early-Modern Chapbooks: Text and Context (EMC:T&C), a study of the development of the chapbook to 1700, currently in progress. The ASC is an expansion of Dr. Harrison's PhD dissertation, University of Surrey, 1996. The URL is: <http://www.pncl.co.uk/~prospero/ascintro.html>

 Harrison, David. Wing's Short-Title Catalogue Database: X, Y, and Z. Webpage: An experimental online version of the X, Y, and Z sections of the revised edition of Donald Wing's Short-Title Catalogue of Books Printed in England, Scotland, Ireland, Wales, and British America, and of English Books Printed in Other Countries, 1641-1700, together with long-title information from the Term Catalogues (Arber), the British Library's online catalogue, and antiquarian booksellers' catalogues. The URL is: <http://www.pncl.co.uk/~prospero/dhwing.html>

Hellinga,L. "A meditation on the variety in scale and context in the modern study of the early printed heritage." Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 92, 4 (December 1998): 401-26.

Jackson, M.P. "The compositors of Appius and Virginia, 1654." Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 92, 4 (December 1998): 535 ff.

Ligota, Christopher. "Topics in the History of Scholarship." Intellectual News, 1 (Autumn 1996): 11 ff.

McKitterick, D. "Libraries in diversity and adversity." Book Collector, 47, 4 (Winter 1998): 453 ff.

Oechshlin, Werner. "The squaring of the circle: On the foundation of a library." Intellectual News, 3 (Spring 1998):

"St. Bride's printing library." Book Collector, 47, 4 (Winter 1998): 566 ff.

Waquet, Françoise. "Histoire des relations intellectuelles dans la République des Lettres." Intellectual News, 1 (Autumn 1996): 9 ff.

West, A. J. "Sales and prices of Shakespeare First Folios: A history, 1623 to the present. Part One." Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 92, 4 (December 1998): 465 ff.

Willison, Iain. "Intellectual History and the History of the Book." Intellectual News, 1 (Autumn 1996): 7 ff.

[see also title by by Hunter listed under Historiography (Intellectual News); by Turner listed under History of Music]

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

Andrès, Bernard. «Les manuscrits d'un Albigeois: de la signature maçonnique dans les pétitions québécoises de Pierre de Sales Laterrière (1778-1782)», dans Jacinthe Martel et Robert Melançon (édit.), Inventaire, lecture, invention. Mélanges de critique et d'histoire littéraires offerts à Bernard Beugnot (Montréal: Université de Montréal, Département d'études françaises [coll. «Paragraphes», 18], 1999), pp. 119-152. Ill. ISBN: 2-921447-11-8; ISSN: 0843-5235.

* Burley, Edith. Servants of the Honourable Company: Work, Discipline, and Conflict in the Hudson's Bay Company, 1770-1879. Oxford University Press, 1998. v, 319 pp. ISBN: 0195412966 (paper)

Kelly, Stéphane. «Rien ne peut venir que de nous-mêmes. Entretien avec Yvan Lamonde». Argument, 1, 2 (printemps 1999): 53-62 [Sur les relations France-Québec]. ISSN: 1481-3971.

CARIBBEAN HISTORY

* Chatillon, Marcel et Jean-Claude Nardin. De la découverte à l'émancipation. Trois siècles et demi d'histoire antillaise. Paris: Bibliothèque Mazarine, 1998. 112 pp. Ill. [Catalogue d'exposition présentant la collection unique d'imprimés et de manuscrits sur les Antilles léguée à la Mazarine par le Dr Chatillon, 97 numéros d'Antillana].

Dubois, Laurent. "'The Price of Liberty': Victor Hugues and the Administration of Freedom in Guadeloupe, 1794-1798." William and Mary Quarterly, 56, 2 (April 1999): 363-92.

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

Danet, B. "Books, letters, documents - The changing aesthetics of texts in late print culture." Journal of Material Culture, 2, 1 (March 1997): 5-38 [Abstract: "Digital writing is doubly attenuated; it is 'oral', yet it lacks the social and physical cues accompanying speech, and although it is a form of writing, it has no physical substance. The implications of this phenomenon are examined with respect to three types of texts: books, letters, and documents. As physical objects, books and letters have served as embodiments of experience and of the 'personal touch'. It is harder to give up documents as physical objects than books or letters. Not only the meanings inscribed in documents, but also aesthetic attributes of them and of the situations in which they are manipulated have been critical to the constitution of new social arrangements and relationships. As we move from late print culture to early computer culture, we will come to give up embodying functions of books and letters, which will become increasingly digital. Binding constitutive ceremonies may someday take place in virtual 'places' in cyberspace, with either virtual simulation of aesthetic experience, or with simultaneous real-world aesthetic activity among persons dispersed around the globe"]. Contact author: msdanet@pluto.mscc.huji.ac.il

Hall, M. "Virtual colonization." Journal of Material Culture, 4, 1 (March 1999): 39-55 [Abstract: "In many respects, the recent expansion of the Internet retraces the geography of Europe's first colonization of the globe from the late 15th century onwards. Are these new forms of electronic communication a continuation of capitalism's inexorable expansion, or are they symptomatic of a new 'media age' that is qualitatively distinct? This essay explores the comparison between the 'rich trade' of early colonialism and some of the uses of the Internet, and notes the similarities in the marking out of status in hierarchical an? differentiated societies. At the same time, though, the 'death of distance' has significant implications for forms of cultural life, and for new modes of resistance to domination"].

ECONOMICS

* Ross, Ian S. On the Wealth of Nations: Contemporary Responses to Adam Smith. Bristol: Thoemmes Press (Key Issues No. 19), 1997). xxxvii, 248 pp. ISBN: 1855065665

[see also title by Sassatelli listed under Political Thought - Mandeville]

ENGLAND - HISTORY

Davis, Michael T. "'That Odious Class of Men Called Democrats': Daniel Isaac Eaton and the Romantics 1794-1795." History, 84, 273 (January 1999): 74-92.

Harris, Bob. "Patriotic Commerce and National Revival: The Free British Fishery Society and British Politics, c. 1749-58." English Historical Review, 114, 456 (April 1999): 285-313.

Lemarchand, Guy. "La Grande-Bretagne face à la France a la fin du XVIIIe siècle: les mouvements paysans." Annales historiques de la revolution française, 315 (janvier-mars 1999): 97-126.

Mackay, Lynn. "Why They Stole: Women in the Old Bailey, 1779-1789." Journal of Social History, 32, 3 (Spring 1999): 623-40.

Tiller, Kate. "Les communautes villageoises dans l'evolution rurale britannique à la fin du XVIIIe siècle." Annales historiques de la revolution française, 315 (janvier-mars 1999): 83-96.

[see also titles by Conniff and Lemarchand listed under France - History]

 The Glorious Revolution of 1688 -- a website at the University of Georgia, by Donald E. Wilkes Jr. and Matthew Kramer URL: <http://www.lawsch.uga.edu/~glorious/index.html>

[see title by Butterwick listed under Poland]

ENGLAND - LITERATURE

* Lynch, Deidre Shauna. The Economy of Character: Novels, Market Culture, and the Business of Inner Meaning. University of Chicago Press, 1998. xiii + 317 pp. ISBN: 0226498190 (cloth); 0226498204 (paper)

Latham, J. E. M. "The Greaves Family: Some Corrections and Further Information." Notes and Queries, 244 (March 1999): 25-27.

Salih, Sarah. "'Her Blacks, Her Whites and Her Double Face!': Altering Alterity in The Wanderer." Eighteenth-Century Fiction, 11, 3 (April 1999): 301-16

* Steinman, Lisa M. Masters of Repetition: Poetry, Culture, and Work in Thomson, Wordsworth, Shelley, and Emerson. St. Martin's Press, 1998. viii, 248 pp. ISBN: 0312211414

Wheeler, Roxann. "The Complexion of Desire: Racial Ideology and Mid-Eighteenth-Century British Novels." Eighteenth-Century Studies, 32, 3 (1999): 309-32 [Jamaican historian Edward Long; Buffon; postcolonial criticism; intermarriage novel by William Chetwood, Henry Brooke, Sarah Scott, & others]

* Zimbardo, Rose A. At Zero Point: Discourse, Culture, and Satire in Restoration England. University Press of Kentucky, 1998. x, 203 pp. 081312039X [Zimbardo's hypothesis is based on Hans Blumenberg's concept of "zero point" -- the moment when an epistemology collapses under the weight of questions it has itself raised and simultaneously a new epistemology begins to construct itself. Zimbardo demonstrates that the Restoration marked both the collapse of the Renaissance order and the birth of modernism (with its new conceptions of self, nation, gender, language, logic, subjectivity, and reality). Zimbardo examines works by Rochester, Oldham, Wycherley, and the early Swift for examples of Restoration deconstructive satire that, she argues, measure the collapse of Renaissance epistemology. Constructive satire, as exemplified in works by Dryden, has at its discursive center the "I" from which all order arises to be projected to the external world.]

AUSTEN

McMaster, Juliet., "Young Jane Austen and the First Canadian Novel: From Emily Montague to Amelia Webster and Love and Freindship." Eighteenth-Century Fiction, 11, 3 (April 1999): 339-46.

BROOKE, FRANCES

[see title by McMaster listed under England-Literature-Austen]

BURNEY, CHARLES

[see also title by Burney listed under History of Music]

BURNEY, FANNY

* Bilger, Audrey. Laughing Feminism: Subversive Comedy in Frances Burney, Maria Edgeworth, and Jane Austen. Wayne State University Press, 1998. ISBN: 0814327222

* Burney, Frances. The Witlings and The Woman-Hater. Ed. Peter Sabor & Geoffrey Sill. Pickering & Chatto (Pickering Woman's Classics Series), 1998. ISBN: 185196360X

CAVENDISH

* Battigelli, Anna. Margaret Cavendish and the Exiles of the Mind. University of Kentucky Press, 1998. 192 pp. ISBN: 0813120683

COWPER

Edgecombe, Rodney Stenning. "Habakkuk 2.2., Cowper's 'Tirocinium,' and Keble's 'Septuagesima Sunday.'" Eighteenth-Century Life, 23 n.s., 1 (February 1999): 96-7.

DEFOE

[see titles on the "Robinsonnades" by Andries, Bouillaguet, Bozzetto, Compère, Dubois, Durand, and Gauvin listed under Literature - France]

DRYDEN

* Battigelli, Anna. John Dryden Revisited. Twayne, 1999. ISBN: 0805778098

Gelineau, David. "Dryden's Portrait of Kneller in 'To Sir Godfrey Kneller.'" Eighteenth-Century Life, 23 n.s., 1 (February 1999): 30-45.

INCHBALD

Nachumi, Nora. "'Those Simple Signs': The Performance of Emotion in Elizabeth Inchbald's A Simple Story." Eighteenth-Century Fiction, 11, 3 (April 1999): 317-38

JOHNSON

* Lipking. Lawrence. Samuel Johnson: The Life of an Author Harvard University Press, 1998. viii + 372 pp ISBN: 0674787773

* Wechselblatt, Martin. Bad Behavior: Samuel lohnson and Modern Cultural Authority. Bucknell University Press, 1998. 202 pp. ISBN: 0838753299

MILTON

Hammond, J. "Milton at the bat." Antioch Review, 57, 1 (Winter 1999): 22-37.

* Haan, Estelle. From Academia to Amicitia: Milton's Latin Writings and the Italian Academies. Transaction of the American Philosophical Society, 88, Pt. 6, 1998. 208 pp. ISBN: 0-08169-886-2 [Charles Diodati, Carlo Dati, the Apatisti; Leonora epigrams, Ad Salsillum, Mansus]

[see title by Hanley listed under History of Art - Hogarth; by Dendle listed under Philosophy - Hume]

ROCHESTER

* Combe, Kirk. A Martyr for Sin: Rochester's Critique of Polity, Sexuality, and Society. University of Delaware Press, 1998. 186 pp. ISBN: 0874136474

RICHARDSON

* Barchas, Janine, with Gordon D. Fulton. The Annotations in Lady Bradshaigh's Copy of Clarissa. University of Victoria (English Literary Studies Monograph Series, 76), 1998. 144 pp. ISBN: 0920604595

Hinton, Laura. "The Heroine's Subjection: Clarissa, Sadomasochism, and Natural Law." Eighteenth-Century Studies, 32, 3 (1999): 293-308.

* Roulston, Christine. Virtue, Gender, and the Authentic Self in Eighteenth-Century Fiction: Richardson, Rousseau, and Laclos. University Press of Florida, 1998. ISBN: 0813015812

Shuttleton, David E. "'Pamela's Library': Samuel Richardson and Dr. Cheyne's 'Universal Cure.'" Eighteenth-Century Life, 23 n.s., 1 (February 1999): 59-79.

Thompson, Peggy. "Abuse and Atonement: The Passion of Clarissa Harlowe." Eighteenth-Century Fiction, 11, 3 (April 1999): 255-70

SHAKESPEARE

* Tomarken, Edward, ed. As You Like It from 1600 to the Present: Critical Essays. New York: Garland Publishing (Shakespeare Criticism, Vol 17), 1997. pp. xi, 646. ISBN: 0815311745

STERNE

Lawlor, Clark. "Sterne, Edward Baynard, and The History of Cold Bathing: Medical Shandeism." Notes and Queries, 244 (March1999): 22-25.

WOLLSTONECRAFT

Ranger, C. M. "'Finely fashioned nerves' in Mary Wollstonecraft's The Wrongs of Woman." Notes and Queries, 244 (March 1999): 27-28.

FICTION & POETRY WITH 18TH-C SETTING

* Delius, Christian Friedrich, Der Spaziergang von Rostock nach Syrakus, 1995. Roman qui se déroule au XVIIIe siècle.

Hawes, Clement. «Leading History by the Nose: The Turn to the Eighteenth Century in Midnight's Children». Modern Fiction Studies, 39 (1993): 147-168.

* Kurzweil, Allen, A Case of Curiosities, New York, Ballantine, 1993 (1992), 368 p. Roman qui se déroule au XVIIIe siècle. ISBN: 0-345-38057-6.

* Mukherjee, Bharati, The Holder of the World, New York, Fawcett Columbine, 1993, 304 p. Roman qui se déroule au XVIIIe siècle. ISBN: 0-449-90966-2.

* Norfolk, Lawrence, Lemprière's Dictionary, New York, Ballantine, 1993 (1991), 432 p. Roman qui se déroule au XVIIIe siècle. ISBN: 0-345-38423-7.

* Schine, Cathleen, Rameau's Niece, New York, Ticknor & Fields, 1993, 256 p. Roman qui se déroule en partie au XVIIIe siècle. ISBN: 0-395-65490-4.

* Steffler, John, The Afterlife of George Cartwright, New York, Henry Holt, 1993 (1992), 304 p. Roman qui se déroule au XVIIIe siècle.

* Süskind, Patrick, Perfume: The Story of a Murderer, New York, Pocket Books/Simon & Schuster, 1991 (1985), 320 p. Traduction de John E. Woods. Roman qui se déroule au XVIIIe siècle. ISBN: 0-671-74960-9.

* Winterson, Jeanette. Sexing the Cherry. New York: Vintage International, Vintage Books, 1991 (1989). 167 pp. Roman qui se déroule au XVIIe siècle. ISBN: 0-679-73316-7.

FRANCE - HISTORY

Andress, David. "The Denial of Social Conflict in the French Revolution: Discourses around the Champ de Mars Massacre, 17 July 1791." French Historical Studies. 22, 3 (Spring 1999):183-210.

Antoine, Francois. "Projets et mutations agraires aux Pays-Bas meridionaux et en France du Nord à la fin du XVIIIe siècle." Annales historiques de la revolution française, 315 (janvier-mars 1999): 41-62.

Biard, Michel & Bianchi, Serge. "La terre et les paysans pendant la revolution française. Une orientation bibliographique." Annales historiques de la revolution française, 315 (janvier-mars 1999): 163-82.

Bodinier, Bernard. "La vente des biens nationaux: essai de synthese." Annales historiques de la revolution française 315 (janvier-mars 1999): 7-20.

* Bourguinat, Elisabeth. Le Siècle du Persiflage, 1734-1789. Paris: Presses Universitaires de France, 1998. 228 pp.

* Briggs, Robin. Early Modern France. Oxford University Press, 1998. xi, 241 pp. ISBN: 0192892843 (cloth); 0192890409 (paper)

Crook, Malcolm. "The resistible Rise of Napoleon Bonaparte." The Historian, 60 (Winter 1998): 10-14.

* Germani, Ian et Robin Swales (édit.). Symbols, Myths & Images of the French Revolution. Regina, Saskatchewan: The Canadian Plains Research Center, University of Regina, 1998., 342 pp. Ill. [Actes du colloque en hommage à James Leith, Regina, septembre 1996.] ISBN: 0-88977-108-1.

Jessenne, Jean-Pierre. "Le changement rural, l'État et l'adaptation des communautes villageoises en France et en Europe du Nord-Ouest à la fin du XVIIIe siècle." Annales historiques de la revolution française, 315 (janvier-mars 1999): 127-62.

Jollet, Anne. "La vente des biens nationaux: L'impact social de l'evenement dans le temps court du processus revoutionnaire." Annales historiques de la revolution française, 315 (janvier-mars 1999): 29-40.

Martin, Jean-Claude. "Biens nationaux et marches fonciers dans le Domfrontais (Orne)." Annales historiques de la revolution française, 315 (janvier-mars 1999): 21-28.

* Melzer, Sara E., & Kathryn Norberg, eds. From the Royal to the Republican Body: Incorporating the Political in Seventeenth- and Eighteenth-Century France. University of California Press, 1998. vii, 267 pp., ill. ISBN 0-520-20806-4 (cloth); 0-520-20807-2 (paper) -- and see H-NET online review by Jay M. Smith.

* Mirabeau. Lettres écrites du donjon de Vincennes (1777-1778). Arles: Actes Sud (coll. «Babel», série «Les épistolaires»), 1998. Préface, notes et dossier de Béatrice Didier.

Parker, Noel. «The French Revolution on Film: Oppositions and Continuities», dans Ian Germani et Robin Swales (édit.), Symbols, Myths & Images of the French Revolution (Regina, Saskatcchewan: The Canadian Plains Research Center, University of Regina, 1998). ISBN: 0-88977-108-1.

Schaeper, Thomas J. "Recent Books and Dissertations on French History." French Historical Studies, 22, 2 (Spring 1999): 320-24.

Vivier, Nadine. "Communaux et vitalité communautaire en France à la fin de l'Ancien Regime et pendant la Revolution." Annales historiques de la revolution française, 315 (janvier-mars 1999): 63-82.

FRANCE - LITERATURE

Andries, Lise. «Les images et les choses dans Robinson et les robinsonnades». Études françaises, 35, 1 (printemps 1999): 95-122. Ill.

* Auphan, Éric. les Îles de la mer de l'Ouest. Approche historique des sociétés insulaires de l'Armor d'après le témoignage de la littérature régionale. Villeneuve d'Ascq: Presses universitaires du Septentrion, 1998. 721 pp. [Thèse de l'Université de Lille III.]

Bernard, Marie-Monique, «Le voyage: réalité et fiction dans la première moitié du XVIIIe siècle». Paris: Université de Paris-Sorbonne, thèse de doctorat, 1999, 383 p. Dir.: François Moureau.

Bonnecaze, Jean et Jean-Pierre Racq. Voyage de deux pèlerins à Compostelle au XVIIIe siècle. Pau: Cairn Éditions (coll. «Pour mémoire»), 1998. 195 pp., ill. Présenté et annoté par Christian Desplat et Adrian Blazquez.

 Bouchard, André. Salons, site Web. Site Web sur les salons littéraires. Localisation: <http://www.aei.ca/~anbou/>.

Bouillaguet, Annick. «De Defoe à Tournier: le destin ou le désordre des choses. Sur trois incipit». Études françaises, 35, 1 ( printemps 1999): 55-65.

Bozzetto, Roger. «L'Invention de Morel. Robinson, les choses et les simulacres». Études françaises, 35, 1 ( printemps 1999): 65-77.

* Chamayou, Anne. l'Esprit de la lettre (XVIIIe siècle). Paris: Presses universitaires de France (coll. «Perspectives littéraires»), 1999. 202 pp. ISBN: 2 13 049894 9; ISSN: 1242-482X.

Compère, Daniel. «Les déclinaisons de Robinson Crusoé dans l'Île mystérieuse de Jules Verne». Études françaises, 35, 1 ( printemps 1999): 43-53.

Courcelles, D. de (édit.), Littérature et exotisme, Paris: Honoré Champion, coll. «Études et rencontres», 1, 1997.

Dubois, Jacques. «Du roman au mythe: un Robinson hédoniste et helvète». Études françaises, 35, 1 ( printemps 1999): 25-42.

Dubois, Jacques et Lise Gauvin. «Présentation [du numéro «Robinson, la robinsonnade et le monde des choses»]». Études françaises, 35, 1 ( printemps 1999): 3-5.

Duprilot, Jacques. «Un catalogue clandestin de livres érotiques revendiqué par la firme Gay et Doucé», dans Jean-Jacques Lefrère et Michel Pierssens (édit.), les À-côtés du siècle. Premier colloque des Invalides. 7 novembre 1997 (Montréal et Tusson: Université de Montréal, Département d'Études françaises et Du Lérot, éditeur [coll. «Paragraphes», 16], 1998), pp. 41-45. ISBN: 2-921447-09-6.

Durand, Pascal. «La leçon des choses: Robinson ou la répétition». Études françaises, 35, 1 ( printemps 1999): 7-23.

* Faget de Baure. Un voyageur béarnais en Navarre à la fin du XVIIIe siècle. Pau: Cairn Éditions ( coll. «Pour mémoire»), 1997. Présenté et annoté par Christian Desplat et Adrian Blazquez.

Fizet, Marianne. «"Je n'ai aucun droit à votre confiance." Réflexivité et stratégies de légitimation dans la correspondance de madame Belot (1719-1804) avec la marquise de Lénoncourt», dans Jean-Philippe Beaulieu et Diane Desrosiers-Bonin (édit.), Dans les miroirs de l'écriture. La réflexivité chez les femmes écrivains d'Ancien Régime (Montréal: Université de Montréal, Département d'Études françaises [coll. «Paragraphes», 17], 1998, pp. 145-155. ISBN: 2-921447-10-X; ISSN: 0843-5235.

Gauvin, Lise. «La bibliothèque des Robinsons». Études françaises, 35, 1 (printemps 1999): 79-93.

Iverson, John et Marie-Pascale Pieretti. «Une gloire réfléchie. Du Châtelet et les stratégies de la traductrice», dans Jean-Philippe Beaulieu et Diane Desrosiers-Bonin (édit.), Dans les miroirs de l'écriture. La réflexivité chez les femmes écrivains d'Ancien Régime (Montréal: Université de Montréal, Département d'Études françaises [coll. «Paragraphes», 17], 1998), pp. 135-144. ISBN: 2-921447-10-X; ISSN: 0843-5235.

Le Brun, Jacques. «Fabio Brûlart de Sillery et son jugement sur le Télémaque de Fénelon», dans Jacinthe Martel et Robert Melançon (édit.), Inventaire, lecture, invention. Mélanges de critique et d'histoire littéraires offerts à Bernard Beugnot (Montréal: Université de Montréal, Département d'Études françaises, coll. «Paragraphes», 18), 1999, pp. 303-310. ISBN: 2-921447-11-8; ISSN: 0843-5235.

* Rivara, Annie et Antony McKenna (édit.). le Roman des années trente. La génération de Prévost et de Marivaux. Saint-Étienne: Presses de l'Université de Saint-Étienne, 1998.

* Sgard, Jean (édit.). Dictionnaire des journalistes (1600-1789). Oxford: Voltaire Foundation, 1999. 2 vol., 1090 pp.

CHARRIÈRE

Minier, Sigyn. «Représentation et re-création du moi dans la correspondance de madame de Charrière», dans Jean-Philippe Beaulieu et Diane Desrosiers-Bonin (édit.), Dans les miroirs de l'écriture. La réflexivité chez les femmes écrivains d'Ancien Régime (Montréal: Université de Montréal, Département d'Études françaises [coll. «Paragraphes», 17], 1998, p. 157-165. ISBN: 2-921447-10-X; ISSN: 0843-5235.

 Wood, Dennis. «La ville dans l'œuvre d'Isabelle de Charrière», communication présentée à l'Université de Franche-Comté, Besançon, le 27 mars 1998 au Séminaire de DEA consacré au thème de la ville. Localisation: http://artsweb.bham.ac.uk/artsFrenchStudies/wood/besancon.htm

DIDEROT ET LES ENCYCLOPÉDISTES

Richard, Odile. «Diderot dans les Lettres à Sophie Volland: la quête d'un regard. Écriture, expression et communication du sentiment dans une correspondance du XVIIIe siècle». Paris: Université Paris 7-Denis Diderot, thèse de doctorat, janvier 1999, 2 vol., 498 p. Ill. Dir.: Georges Benrekassa. Résumé dans Revue de l'A.I.R.E. Bulletin de l'Association interdisciplinaire de recherche sur l'épistolaire (Paris), 22 (hiver-printemps 1999): 38-39.

Sylvos, Françoise. «L'arithmétique amoureuse dans les lettres à Sophie Volland». Revue de l'A.I.R.E. Bulletin de l'Association interdisciplinaire de recherche sur l'épistolaire, 22 (hiver-printemps 1999): 16-19. ISSN: 0993-1929.

GENLIS

Schroder, Anne L. "Going Public against the Academy in 1784: Mme de Genlis Speaks Out on Gender Bias." Eighteenth-Century Studies, 32, 3 (1999): 376-82.

LACLOS

* Versini, Laurent. «Le roman le plus intelligent». Les Liaisons dangereuses de Laclos. Paris: Champion (coll. «Unichamp»), 1998. 221 pp.

[see also title by Roulston listed under England - Literature - Richardson]

MAINTENON

* Maintenon, Mme de. Comment la sagesse vient aux filles. Bartillat, 1998. Édition de Pierre E. Leroy et Marcel Loyau.

* Maintenon, Mme de, Mme de Caylus et Mme de Dangeau. l'Estime et la tendresse, correspondances intimes. Paris: Albin Michel, 1998, 474 pp. Édition de Pierre E. Leroy et Marcel Loyau. Préface de Marc Fumaroli.

MARMONTEL

* Meerhof, Kees et Annie Jourdan (édit.). Mémorable Marmontel 1799-1999. Amsterdam et Atlanta: Éditions Rodopi (coll. «CRIN», 35), 1999. ISBN: 90-420-0425-8.

ROUSSEAU

Étienne, Geneviève. «Exhibitionnisme et autobiographie - lecture d'un extrait des Confessions de Rousseau». la Voix du regard, 12 (1999).

Herbold, Sarah. "Rousseau's Dance of Veils: The Confessions and the Imagined Woman Reader." Eighteenth-Century Studies, 32, 3 (1999): 333-53.

[see also title by Roulston listed under England - Literature - Richardson]

SADE

Bordas, Eric. "Obscénes Détails: contre-écriture de la scène sadienne." Eighteenth-Century Fiction, 11, 3 (avril 1999): 271-84.

Berman, Lorna. "The Marquis de Sade and Courtly Love." Eighteenth-Century Fiction, 11, 3 (April 1999): 285-300.

VOLTAIRE

Bérubé, Georges-L. <<Voltaire et le théâtre comique: étaient-ils incompatibles?>> Lumen. Travaux choisis de la Societé canadiènne d'étude du XVIIIe siècle. Selected Proceedings from the Canadian Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies, 15 (1996): 17-26.

GARDENS & LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE

* Ross, Stephanie. What Gardens Mean. University of Chicago Press, 1998. 285pp. ISBN: 0226728226

GERMANY - LITERATURE

* Volz, Gunter. Das Licht und die Lichtschere. Produzierte und rezipierte Literatur in der süddeutschen Publizistik. 1750-1790. Tübingen: Stauffenburg Verlag (coll. «Kultur-Kreise I Aires Culturelles», 3, 1999), xii, 472 p. ISBN: 3-86057-773-5.

* Von Gerstenberg, H. W. Ugolino. Grenoble: Éditions littéraires et linguistiques de l'Université de Grenoble-Université Stendhal (coll. «Paroles d'ailleurs), 1998. Présentation et traduction de François Genton. ISBN: 2 84310 008 9.

GOETHE

* Goethe, Johann Wolfgang. Maxims and Reflections. Tr. by Elisabeth Stopp. Ed. & introd. by Peter Hutchinson. Penguin Classics, 1999. 208 pp. ISBN 0-14-044720-2 (paper)

SCHILLER

* Schiller, Friedrich. Mary Stuart. Tr. by F.J. Lamport. Penguin Classics, 1999. 176 pp. ISBN 0-14-144711-3 (paper)

HISTORIOGRAPHY

Liedman, Sven Eric. "A success story: History of ideas and science in Sweden." Intellectual News, 2 (Autumn 1997): 44 ff.

Smith, Bonnie. "Gender and the writing of history: The grey cogito with his fact and some very interesting women writing history." Intellectual News, 3 (Spring 1998): 43-55.

* Strauss, Susan. The Passionate Fact: Storytelling in Natural History and Cultural Interpretation. Golden, Colorado: North American Press, 1996. viii, 152 pp. ISBN 1-55591-925-1 (paper) -- and see H-NET online review by Monique Bourque.

Streuver, Nancy S. "The place of the history of rhetoric in intellectual history: The early modern example." Intellectual News, 3 (Spring 1998): 32-42.

Trebitsch, Michel. "Le Groupe de Recherche sur l'Histoire des Intellectuels." Intellectual News, 2 (Autumn 1997): 55 ff.

§ The premiere issue of Intellectual News, 1 (Autumn 1996) -- the newsletter of the International Society for Intellectual History -- features the following notes on approaches to intellectual history: Donald R, Kelley, "Prolegomena to the Study of Intellectual History" (13); Anthony Pagden, "The Rise and Decline of Intellectual History" (14); Wilhelm Schmidt-Biggeman, "Was ist 'Intellectual History'?" (15); Edoardo Tortarolo, "Intellectual History and Historiography" (17); John Christian Laursen, "Intellectual History in Political Theory" (18); Vladimír Urbánek, "Comenius Studies and Intellectual History in the Czech Republic" (19); Susanna Åkerman, "A View from Afar" (21); David Katz, "Intellectual History and Religious History" (23); Thomas Frangenburg. "Art History and Intellectual History" (14); Michael Fend, "Intellectual Histories of Music?" (25); Ulrich Johannes Schneider, "Intellectual History and the History of Philosophy" (28); Marina Frasca-Spada, "Notes on Intellectual History, History of Philosophy, and the History of Ideas" (30); Theo Verbeek, "Intellectual History and Dutch Cartesianism" (31); Michael Hunter, "Intellectual History: Biographical and Archival Sources" (32); Nicholas Jardine, "Intellectual History and Philosophy of Science" (33); Charles Webster, "Medicine and Intellectual History" (35); and the featured guest essay by Donald R. Kelley, "What is Happeningto the History of Ideas?" (36-49).

[see title by Laurier listed under Material Culture]

HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE

Bath, M. "The sources of John Abbott's pattern book." Architectural History, 41 (1998): 49-66 [Devonshire decorative plasterwork].

Colvin, H." A Biographical Dictionary of British Architects 1600-1840: Corrections and additions to the third edition." Architectural History, 40 (1997): 308-14 [Yale-University-Press 1995].

Cornell, E. "Going inside architecture: A tentative synopsis for a history of the interior." Architectural History, 40 (1997): 24-63.

Fenlon, J. "The decorative plasterwork at Ormond Castle: a unique survival." Architectural History, 41 (1998): 67-81.

Friedman, T. "Baroque to Palladian: The designing of St-Giles-in-the-Fields." Architectural History, 40 (1997): 115-43 [designed by Flitcroft in 1730, opened in 1734].

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

Hiskey, C. "The building of Holkham-Hall: Newly discovered letters." ." Architectural History, 40 (1997): 144-58 [home of the Coke family, built between 1734 and 1764 by Thomas Coke, 1st Earl of Leicester].

Kinney, L. "John Soane and property disputes: The Argyle Rooms and All Souls College, Oxford: Two case studies." Architectural History, 41 (1998): 131-144.

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.

Louw, H. & R. Crayford. "A constructional history of the sash-window c.1670 - c.1725." Architectural History, 41 (1998): 82-130 [in England].

* Pollak, Martha, ed. The Education of the Architect: Historiography, Urbanism, and the Growth of Architectural Knowledge: Essays Presented to Stanford Anderson on His Sixty-Second Birthday. MIT Press, 1997. xv, 478 pp., ill. ISBN: 0262161648

Rowan, A. "The Irishness of Irish architecture." Architectural History, 40 (1997): 1-23.

* Schabert, Tilo. Die Architektur der Welt : eine kosmologische Lektüre architektonischer Formen. München: Wilhelm Fink, 1997. 188 pp. ill., plans. ISBN: 3770531396

Schirmer, W., & W. Zick. "Castel del Monte - New studies in the architecture of the Emperor Friedrich II. Second preliminary report." Architectura: Zeitschrift Fur Geschichte Der Baukunst, 28, 1 (1998): 1-36.

* Stevenson, Neil. Architecture. New York : DK Pub. 1997. 112 pp., ill. ISBN: 0789419653

Wilson-North, R., & S. Porter. "Witham, Somerset: From Carthusian monastery to country house to gothic folly." Architectural History, 40 (1997): 81-98.

 ArchINFORM: Internationale Architekturdatenbank / International Architecture Database: this architectural database began with from records of interesting building projects compiled by architecture students; it has sice become the largest online-database for international architecture, including over 8000 built and unrealized projects from various architects and planners. The architecture of the 20th century is the main theme [but not the exclusive] of this database. It's possible to look for a special project via an architect, town or keyword with the indices or by using a query form. -- Ursprünglich aus der Idee einer studentischen Datenbank mit interessanten Architekturbeispielen entstanden, hat sich dieses Projekt zur weltweit größten Online-Architekturdatenbank entwickelt, die ständig erweitert wird, und zu der Interessierte aus aller Welt über das Internet Daten beisteuern können. archINFORM enthält derzeit über 8000 gebaute und unrealisierte Projekte bedeutender Architekten und Architektinnen. Schwerpunkt bei der Projektauswahl ist die Architektur des 20. Jahrhunderts. Die Projekte lassen sich über den Personen-, Orts- oder Stichwortindex aufrufen. Außerdem besteht die Möglichkeit einer Volltextsuche. Auf den Projektseiten finden sich neben diesen Angaben Literaturhinweise, Links zu anderen projektbezogenen Web-Sites, Kommentare und Verweise. URL: http://www.archINFORM.de/archli/start.htm

HISTORY OF ART

Connor, T.P. "The fruits of the Grand Tour - Edward Wright and Lord Parker in Italy, 1720-22." Apollo, 148, 437 (July 1998): 23-30.

* Dixon, Laurinda S. Perilous Chastity: Women and Illness in Pre-Enlightenment Art and Medicine. Cornell University Press, 1995. 320 pp. Ill. ISBN 0-8014-8215-1 (paper).

Eustace, K. "The politics of the past: Stowe and the development of the historical portrait bust." Apollo, 148, 437 (July 1998): 31-40.

McCarthy, M. "Sir Roger Newdigate in Rome." Apollo, 147, 435 (May 1998): 41-48 [Grand Tour drawings].

Pomeroy, J. "Creating a national collection: The National Gallery's origins in the British Institution." Apollo, 148, 438 (August 1998)L 41-49.

* Prendergast, Christopher. Napoleon and History Painting : Antoine-Jean Gros's La Bataille D'Eylan. Clarendon Press, 1997. xiii, 223, ill. ISBN: 0198174020

Rabreau, Daniel (édit.). Imaginaire et création artistique à Paris sous l'Ancien Régime (XVIIe-XVIIIe siècles). Bordeaux: William Blake & Co/Art & Arts (coll. «Annales du Centre Ledoux»), 1998 .

Rauser, A. "Death or liberty: British political prints and the struggle for symbols in the American Revolution." Oxford Art Journal, 21, 2 (1998): 151-74.

Smith, C.S. "Grinling Gibbons and the art of carving." Apollo, 149, 443 (January 1999): 49-50 [exhibition review].

Stewart, J.D. "'Visages du Grand Siècle': French portraiture during the reign of Louis XIV, 1660-1715." Apollo, 147, 435 (May 1998): 51-52.

Waquet, Françoise. "Scholars and their portraits in the 17th and 18th centuries." Intellectual News, 3 (Spring 1998): 24 ff.

§ Simiolus, Netherlands Quarterly for the History of Art, 26, 3 (1998) is a special issue on "The evolving canon of 17th-century Dutch and Flemish painting," including B. Cornelis, "Arnold Houbraken's Groote Schouburg and the canon of 17th-century Dutch painting" (144); P. Hecht, "Rembrandt and Raphael back to back: the contribution of Thore" (162); S. Slive, "The Dutch Pelican I and II" (179); H. Vliegh & D.Webb, "Flemish art, does it really exist?" (187); C. Brown, "Revising the canon: The collector's point of view" (201); and L. DeVries, "Surveys: Yellow Pages or Guide Bleu?" (213).

[see also title by Frangenburg listed under Historiography (Intellectual News)]

GERICAULT

Eitner, L. "Gericault's first lithograph: A hitherto unrecorded first state of the Bouchers de Rome." Apollo, 148, 441 (November 1998): 33-36.

HOGARTH

Bertmaring, V. "Twentieth-century interpretations of A Rake's Progress: The inspiration of a 'modern moral subject.'" Apollo, 148, 348 (August 1998): 26-34 [Low, Hockney, Immendorff, Whistler, Searle].

Bindman, D. "The fame of A Rake's Progress: The paintings and the prints." Apollo, 148, 348 (August 1998): 3-12.

Hanley, H.J.M. "'Satan, Sin and Death': Sources for Milton's first illustrator, and for Hogarth." Apollo, 148, 348 (August 1998): 35-40.

Rustin, F. "From the Prodigal Son to The Rake's Progress: Hogarth's forerunners." Apollo, 148, 348 (August 1998):15-16.

Smith, N.E. "The Hogarth tradition: Cruikshank and Frith." Apollo, 148, 348 (August 1998): 22-25.

Williamson, Paul. "Hogarth and the Strangelove Effect." Eighteenth-Century Life, 23 n.s., 1 (February 1999): 80-95.

Woodward, C. "Hogarth's "Marriage Contract." Apollo, 148, 348 (August 1998): 13-14.

KNELLER

[see title by Gelineau listed under England - Literature - Dryden]

LELY

Ekserdjian, D. "A portrait by Lely and a drawing after Correggio: An artist's use of his collection of drawings." Apollo, 147, 435 (May 1998): 28-29.

PALMER

Herring, S. "Samuel Palmer's Shoreham drawings in Indian ink - A matter of light and shade." Apollo, 148, 441 (November 1998): 37-42.

REYNOLDS

[see title by Pratt listed under Native Americans &c.]

STUBBS

Plazzotta, C. "Whistlejacket by Stubbs at the National Gallery: Acquisition of the year." Apollo, 148, 442 (December 1998): 20-21.

VIGEE-LEBRUN

* Sheriff, Marv, D. The Exceptional Woman: Elisabeth Vigee- Lebrun and the Cultural Politics of Art. University of Chicago Press, 1996. xiv, 353 pp. ISBN: 0226752755 (cloth); 0226752828 (paper)

HISTORY OF MATHEMATICS

[see also title by Petrovich listed under History of Science].

HISTORY OF MEDICINE

[see also title by Shuttleton listed under England - Literature - Richardson; by Lawlor listed under England - Literature - Sterne; by Dixon listed under History of Art; by Webster listed under Historiography (Intellectual News); by Vogelaar listed under History of Music; by Guerrini listed under History of Religion - Christianity - Protestant]

HISTORY OF MUSIC

Barnett, G. "Modal theory, church keys, and the sonata at the end of the 17th century." Journal of the American Musicological Society, 51, 2 (Summer 1998): 245 ff.

* Burney, Charles. The Cunning Man. Madison: A-R Editions (Recent Researches in the Music of the Classical Era, 50 [suppl.] 0147-0086), 1998. 68 pp. 0895794004 (paper) [Facsimile of London edition (R. Bremner, 1766); vocal score, taken from the Devin du village of Jean-Jacques Rousseau]

* Charrak, André. Musique et philosophie à l'âge classique. Paris: Presses Universitaires de France, 1998. 134 pp, 48ff.

* Cole, Michael, ed. The Pianoforte in the Classical Era. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1998. xiv + 398. ISBN: 0198166346

"The future of the critical edition." Notes, 55, 2 (December 1998): 357 ff.

Krummel, D.W. "The Bay Psalm Book tercentenary, 1698-1998." Notes, 55, 2 (December 1998): 281-87.

* Rousseau, Jean-Jacques. Le Devin Du Village. A-R Editions (Recent Researches in the Music of the Classical Era, 50), 1998. Full Score. ISBN: 0895793997 [see also Burney's Cunning Man]

Schrader, A. "'The world turned upside down': A Yorktown march, or music to surrender by." American Music, 16, 2 (Summer 1998): 180 ff.

Turner, J.R. "'Infinite riches in a little room': The music collections in the Pierpont Morgan Library." Notes, 55, 2 (December 1998): 288 ff.

* Tythacott, Louise. Musical Instruments. New York: Thomson Learning (Traditions Around theWorld), 1995. 48 pp. ISBN: 1-56847-228-5 [juvenile] -- and see H-NET online review byAdeline Masquelier.

Vogelaar, P.W. "Castrati in western art music: Selection and musical training." Medical Problems of Performing Artists, 13, 4 (December 1998): 146 ff.

Yearsley, D. "Alchemy and counterpoint in an age of reason." Journal of the American Musicological Society, 51, 2 (Summer 1998): 201 ff.

[see also title by Fend listed under Historiography (Intellectual News); by Burney listed under History of Music]

BACH

Parrott, A. "Bach's chorus: Beyond reasonable doubt." Early Music, 26, 4 (November 1998): 637 ff.

Willner, C. "Stress and counterstress: Accentual conflict and reconciliation in J.S. Bach's instrumental works." Music Theory Spectrum, 20, 2 (Autumn 1998): 280 ff.

HAYDN

* Schroeder, David P. Haydn and the Enlightenment: The Late Symphonies and their Audience. Oxford University Press, 1997. viii, 219 pp. . ISBN: 0198166826 (new in paper)

METASTASIO

Burden, M. "Foreword: Pietro Metastasio (1698-1782)." Early Music, 26, 4 (November 1998): 549 ff.

Burden, M. "'Twittering and trilling': Swedish reaction to Metastasio." Early Music, 26, 4 (November 1998): 608 ff.

Heller, W. "Reforming Achilles: Gender, opera seria, and the rhetoric of the enlightened hero." Early Music, 26, 4 (November 1998): 562 ff. [Achille in Sciro].

Neville, D. "Opera or oratorio? Metastasio's sacred opere serie." Early Music, 26, 4 (November 1998): 596 ff.

Savage, R. "A dynastic marriage celebrated." Early Music, 26, 4 (November 1998): 632 ff. [Pannini, Leonardo, Metastasio].

Savage, R. "Staging an opera: Letters from the Cesarian poet." Early Music, 26, 4 (November 1998): 583 ff.

Strohm, R. "Dramatic dualities: Metastasio and the tradition of the opera pair." Early Music, 26, 4 (November 1998): 551 ff.

HISTORY OF RELIGION

* Sorkin, David. Moses Mendelssohn and the Religious Enlightenment. University of California Press, 1996. xxv, 214 pp. ISBN: 0520202619

[see also title by by Katz listed under Historiography (Intellectual News)]

CHRISTIANITY - PROTESTANT

Bennerr, James, & Scott Mandelbrot. "Biblical interpretation and the improvement of society: Samuel Hartlib (1600-1662) and his circle." Intellectual News, 3 (Spring 1998): 17 ff.

Guerrini, Anita. "The Hungry Soul: George Cheyne and the Construction of Femininity." Eighteenth-Century Studies, 32, 3 (1999): 279-91 [new definitions of female physiology and women in organized religion in Britain; Cheyne's patients Lady Elizabeth Hastings & Countess of Huntingdon; William Law's followers Hester Gibbon & Elizabeth Hutcheson]

* Payne, Rodger M. The Self and the Sacred: Conversion and Autobiography in Early American Protestantism University of Tennessee Press, 1998. 136 pp. ISBN: 1572330155 [vernacular literature of Evangelical Protestantism, 1740-1850: conversion narratives and spiritual autobiographies, writings in which believers described their own salvation in hopes of converting others].

CHRISTIANITY - ROMAN CATHOLIC

* Kinder, Terryl N. l'Europe cistercienne. Paris: Zodiaque, 1998. 400 pp.

* Tobin, Stephen. les Cisterciens. Moines et monastères d'Europe. Paris: CERF, 1998, 240 p.

* La Vie cistercienne hier et aujourd'hui. Une histoire. Une architecture. Un mode de vie. Paris: CERF/Zodiaque, 1998. 146 pp. Ill.

Vilanova, Evangelista. Histoire des théologies chrétiennes. Paris: Cerf, 1997. 3 vol.: 1302, 934 et 1160 p. Traduction de Luc Durban et Jacques Migon. I. Des origines au XVe siècle. II. Préréforme, Réformes, Contre-Réforme. III. XVIIIe-XXe siècle.

 

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

HISTORY OF SCIENCE

Petrovich, Vesna Crnjanski. "Women and the Paris Academy of Sciences." Eighteenth-Century Studies, 32, 3 (1999): 383-90 [Emilie du Châtelet, Sophie Germaine, Mme. de Lavoisier, Jérome de Lalande's colleagues Mme Lepaute & Mme Le Français de Lalande]

[see also title by Jardine listed under Historiography (Intellectual News)]

HISTORY OF SEXUALITY

Berland, K.J.H. "William Byrd's Sexual Lexicography." Eighteenth-Century Life, 23 n.s., 1 (February 1999): 1-11.

Denis, Lara. "Kant on the Wrongness of 'Unnatural' Sex." History of Philosophy Quarterly, 16, 2 (April 1999): 225-48.

[see also title by Dixon listed under History of Art; by Combe listed under England - Literature - Rochester]

IRELAND - HISTORY

* Magray, Mary Pekham. The Transforming Power of the Nuns: Women, Religion, and Cultural Change in Ireland 1750-1900. Oxford UniversityPress, 1998. xii, 182 pp.

Mahony, Robert. "Retrieving Eighteenth-Century Ireland." Eighteenth-Century Life, 23 n.s., 1 (February 1999): 98-112 [review essay].

IRELAND - LITERATURE

* Schirmer, Gregory A. Out of What Began: A History of Irish Poetry in English. Cornell University Press, 1998. xvi, 426 pp. ISBN: 0-8014-3498-X

EDGEWORTH

Boulukos, George E. "Maria Edgeworth's 'Grateful Negro' and the Sentimental Argument for Slavery." Eighteenth-Century Life, 23 n.s., 1 (February 1999): 12-29.

[see also title by Bilger listed under England - Literature]

SWIFT

Mueller, Judith C. "Imperfect Enjoyment at Market Hill: Impotence, Desire and Reform in Swift's Poems to Lady Acheson." ELH, 66, 1 (Spring 1999): 51-70.

ITALY - HISTORY

 I Bibiena. Una famiglia europea, site Web. Site consacré à la famille Bibiena. Localisation: <http://www.dds.unibo.it/bibiena/>.

* Norci Cagiano de Azevedo, Letizia. Napoli. Capitale, giardino, museo nell'Europa del primo Settecento. Firenze: Il Ventilabro (coll. «Collana di Museologia e Museografia»), 1997.

ITALY - LITERATURE

Dixon, Susan M. "Women in Arcadia." Eighteenth-Century Studies, 32, 3 (1999): 371-81 [women admitted to the Accademi degli Arcadi; poet laureate (1726) Maria Maddelena Morelli ("Corilla Olimpica")].

Messbarger, Rebecca. "Reforming the Female Class: Il Caffè's 'Defense of Women.'" Eighteenth-Century Studies, 32, 3 (1999): 355-69 [Carlo Sebastiano Franci's anonymous defense in Italian periodical (1764-66)]

JUDAICA

* Malino, Frances, & David Sorkin. Profiles in Diversity: Jews in a Changing Europe. Wayne State University Press, 1998. ISBN: 081432715X (new in paperback).

* Sorkin, David. The Transformation of German Jewry, 1780-1840. Wayne State University Press, June 1999. 288 pp. ISBN: 0814328288

MATERIAL CULTURE & THE DECORATIVE ARTS

Bowett, A. "A new attribution for Bishop Compton's elbow chair." Apollo, 149, 443 (January 1999): 22-24.

Callahan, R. "The liberty bell - From commodity to sacred object." Journal of Material Culture, 4, 1 (March 1999): 57-78.

Gibson, K. "The decoration of St George's Hall, Windsor, for Charles II: 'Too resplendent bright for subjects' eyes.'" Apollo, 147, 435 (May 1998): 30-40 [Antonio Verrio].

Laurier, E. "Replication and restoration: Ways of making maritime heritage." Journal of Material Culture, 3, 1 (March 1998): 21-50 [Abstract: "Early critiques of heritage were often elitist and treated it as a shallow entertainment for the masses based on class-biased accounts of history. Current debate around heritage pictures it as a held where multiple understandings of the past are being produced, not just popular and elitist. This article is devoted to the two social practices of replication and restoration which fabricate heritage objects and understandings of those objects. It follows and interprets the making of two boats: the Matthew, a major maritime heritage project which was related to urban development, and the Elh, a hobbyist's small scale restoration project more related to personal development. Questions are raised about materializing the past, recording materialization in narrative and the performance of masculinity in and through heritage. Based on ethnographic and documentary research this article is written in a style which reveals something of the materials and processes of its construction without that reflexive something becoming everything"].

Miller, D. "Groans from a bookshelf: New books in material culture and consumption." Journal of Material Culture, 3, 3 (November 1998): 379-88.

Turpin, A. "A table for Queen Mary's Water Gallery at Hampton Court." Apollo, 149, 443 (January 1999): 3-14 [Thomas Pelletier].

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

[see also title by Sassatelli listed under Political Thought - Mandeville]

MEXICO, NEW SPAIN, BRAZIL, LATIN AMERICA

* Gutierrez, Ramon A., & Richard J. Orsi, eds. Contested Eden: California Before the Gold Rush. University of California Press (California History Sesquicentennial Series, 1) 1998. xi,+396 pp., maps, ill. ISBN 0-520-21273-8 (cloth); 0-520-21274-6 (paper) -- and see H-NET online review by Daniel J. Herman

* Guy, Donna J., & Thomas E. Sheridan, eds. Contested Ground: Comparative Frontiers on the Northern and Southern Edges of the Spanish Empire. Tucson: University of Arizona Press (The Southwest Center Series), 1998. xiii, 275 pp., maps, tables. ISBN: 0-8165-1859-9 (cloth); 0-8165-1860-2 (paper) -- and see H-NET online review by Ralph Lee Woodward.

[See also title by Hampe-Martínez listed under Bibliography &c.]

MARITIME HISTORY

* Crane, Elaine Forman. Ebb Tide in New England: Women, Seaports, and Social Change, 1630-1800. Northeastern University Press, 1998. x, 333 pp. ISBN: 155553337X (cloth); 1555533361 (paper)

* Lane, Kris E. Pillaging the Empire: Piracy in the Americas1500-1750. M.E. Sharpe, 1998. xxiv, 237 pp., tables, maps, figures, chronology. ISBN: 0-7656-0256-3 (cloth) ; $19.95 (paper), ISBN 0-7656-0257-1 (paper) -- and see H-NET online review by James E. Wadsworth

Martin, C. "A Caroline merchants' weight from the wreck of the Swan, 1653." International Journal Of Nautical Archaeology, 27, 2 (May 1998): 166-68.

Quinn, R., J.R. Adams, J.K. Dix, et al. "The Invincible (1758) site - an integrated geophysical assessment." International Journal Of Nautical Archaeology, 27, 2 (May 1998): 126-38.

Soreide, F., & M.E. "The Unicorn wreck, central Norway - Underwater archaeological investigations of an 18th-century Russian pink, using remotely-controlled equipment." International Journal Of Nautical Archaeology, 27, 2 (May 1998): 95-112.

[see title by Harris listed under England - History; by Laurier listed under Material Culture]

MISCELLANEOUS

* Parkes, Malcolm B., Pause and Effect: An Introduction to the History of Punctuation in the West. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1993.

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

* Perdue, Theda. Cherokee Women: Gender and Culture Change, 1700-1835 University of Nebraska Press, 1998. Pp. 253. ISBN: 0803237162

* Perdue, Theda. Slavery and the Evolution of Cherokee Society, 1540-1866. Univ of Tennessee Press, 1998. ISBN: 0870495305 (paper)

Pratt, S. "Reynolds' King of the Cherokees and other mistaken identities in portraiture of native American delegations, 1710-1762." Oxford Art Journal, 21, 2 (1998): 133-50.

THE OCCULT

* Briggs, Robin. Witches & Neighbors: The Social and Cultural Context of European Witchcraft. Viking, 1996. ISBN: 0670835897 (cloth); Penguin, 1998. ISBN: 0140144382 (paper).

* Weyer, Johann. On Witchcraft. An abridged translation of De præstigiis dæmonum, ed. by Benjamin G. Kohl & H.C. Erik Midelfort. Pegasus Press, 1998. 350 pp. ISBN 1-889818-02-X (paper)

[see title by Yearsley listed under History of Music; by Muecke listed under Theory &c.]

THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE, ARABIA, EGYPT, PERSIA, THE LEVANT, THE MAGHREB, & THE ISLAMIC WORLD

* Lucas, Paul. Voyage du Sieur Paul Lucas dans le Levant, juin 1699-juillet 1703. Saint-Étienne: Publications de l'Université de Saint-Étienne (coll. «Lire le dix-huitième siècle»), 1998. 272 pp. Introduction et notes de Henri Duranton. Réédition du premier voyage publié en 1704.

* Starkey, Paul & Janet Starkey (édit.). Travellers in Egypt. London: I. B. Tauris, 1998. [Proceedings of the first colloquium held at Durham by l'Association for the Study of Travel in Egypt and the Near East (ASTENE)].

PHILOSOPHY

* Atherton, Margaret, ed. The Empiricists: Critical Essays on Locke, Berkeley, and Hume. Rowman & Littlefield (Critical Essays on the Classics), 1999. ISBN: 0847689131 (paper)

Edidin, A. "Eternal verities: Timeless truth, ahistorical standards, and the one true story." American Philosophical Quarterly, 34, 2 (April 1997): 259-271.

Floridi, L. "Scepticism and animal rationality: the fortune of Chrysippus' dog in the history of Western thought," Archiv fur Geschichte der Philosophie, 79, 1 (1997): 27-57.

Gabbey, Alan. "The Pandora's Box model of the history of philosophy." Intellectual News, 2 (Autumn 1997): 66 ff.

Hill, Lisa. "The Invisible Hand of Adam Ferguson." European Legacy, 3, 6 (November, 1998): 42-63.

* Morère, Pierre (édit.). Écosse des Lumières. Le XVIIIe siècle autrement. Grenoble: Éditions littéraires et linguistiques de l'Université de Grenoble-Université Stendhal (coll. «L'Écosse en questions»), 1997. 436 pp. Ill. ISBN: 2 84310 001 1; ISSN: 1279-8320.

Russell, Paul. "Smith on Moral Sentiment and Moral Luck." History of Philosophy Quarterly, 16, 1 (January 1999): 37-58.

Schmidt-Biggemann, Wilhelm. "Outlines of Philosophia perennis." Intellectual News, 2 (Autumn 1997): 60 ff.

Turco, Luigi. "Sympathy and Moral Sense, British Journal for the History of Philosophy, 7, 1 (March 1999): 79-101 [Hutcheson, Clarke, Campbell]

Zarka, Yves Charles. "The Foundations of Natural Law." British Journal for the History of Philosophy, 7, 1 (March 1999): 15-32.

[see also titles by Schneider, Frasca-Spada, and Verbeek listed under Historiography (Intellectual News)]

AESTHETICS

Pekacz, Jolanta T. "The Salonnières and the Philosophes in Old Regime France: The Authority of Aesthetic Judgment." Journal of the History of Ideas, 50, 2 (April 1999): 277-98 [Querelledes Bouffons, controversy between Gluckistes and Piccinistes]

BERKELEY

Anderson, D.R., & P.S. Groff. "Peirce on Berkeley's nominalistic Platonism." American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly, 72, 2 (Spring 1998): 165-77.

DESCARTES

Miller, M. "Descartes' distinction between animals and humans: Challenging the language and action tests." American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly, 72, 3 (Summer 1998): 339-70.

Perler, D. "Do objects have color? Descartes on the problem of qualities and the senses." Archiv fur Geschichte der Philosophie, 80, 2 (1998): 182-210.

Steiner, G. "Descartes on the moral status of animals." Archiv fur Geschichte der Philosophie, 80, 3 (1998): 268-91.

Umapathy, R. "Perception and scepticism." American Philosophical Quarterly, 35, 2 (April 1998): 111-28 [Disjunctivism vs. Cartesian theory of perceptual experience].

Williston, Byron. "Akrasia and the Passions in Descartes." British Journal for the History of Philosophy, 7, 1 (March 1999): 33-55.

FICHTE

Franks, P. "Freedom, Tatsache and Tathandlung in the development of Fichte's Jena Wissenschaftslehre." Archiv fur Geschichte der Philosophie, 79, 3 (1997): 310-23.

HOBBES

Zagorin, Perez. "Two Books on Thomas Hobbes." Journal of the History of Ideas, 50, 2 (April 1999): 361-71 [review of Q. Skinner, Reason and Rhetoric in the Philosophy of Hobbes, and Noel Malcolm, ed., The Correspondence of Thomas Hobbes]

HUME

Arp, R. "Hume's mitigated skepticism and the design argument." American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly, 72, 4 (Fall 1998): 539-58.

Bac, Murat. "Is Causation 'In Here' or "Out There'? Hume's Two Definitions of 'Cause.'" History of Philosophy Quarterly, 16, 1 (January 1999): 19-36.

* Carabelli, Giancarlo. On Hume and Eighteenth-century Aesthetics: The Philosopher on a Swing. Tr. Joan Krakover Hall. New York &c.: Peter Lang, 1995. ix, 222 pp., ill. ISBN: 0820425281 [Intorno a Hume].

Clarke, S. "Hume's definition of miracles revised." American Philosophical Quarterly, 36, 1 (January 199): 49-57.

Dendle, Peter. "Hume's Dialogues and Paradise Lost." Journal of the History of Ideas, 50, 2 (April 1999): 257-76.

Falkenstein, L. "Hume on manners of disposition and the ideas of time and space." Archiv fur Geschichte der Philosophie, 79, 2 (1997): 179-201.

Green., Michael J. "The Idea of a Momentary Self and Hume's Theory of Personal Identity." British Journal for the History of Philosophy, 7, 1 (March 1999): 103-122.

Harrison, Peter. "Prophecy, Early Modern Apologetics, and Hume's Argument Against Miracles." Journal of the History of Ideas, 50, 2 (April 1999): 241-56.

Ridge, M. "Humean intentions." American Philosophical Quarterly, 35, 2 (April 1998): 157-78. And see M. Ridge's corrections, 35, 3 (July 1998): 304-304

Szczekalla, M. "Philo's feigned fideism in Hume's Dialogues Concerning Natural Religion." Archiv fur Geschichte der Philosophie, 80, 1 (1998): 75-87.

Zabieglik, Stefan. "Wczesne eseje polityczne Dawida Hume'a" [Hume's early political essays], in Polish. Edukacja Filozoficzna, 27 (1999): 301-314.

KANT

Bonnet, C. "The 'transcendental bias." Archive de philosophie, 61, 3 (juillet-septembre 1998)L 475-88 [Jakob Friedrich Fries's critique of Kantian epistemology].

Gesang, B. "H.A. Pistorius: A little-known critic of Kant." Archiv fur Geschichte der Philosophie, 80, 1 (1998): 97-108.

Kleingeld, Pauline. "Kant, History, and the Idea of Moral Development." History of Philosophy Quarterly, 16, 1 (January 1999): 59-80.

* Kneller, Jane and Sidney Axinn, eds. Autonomy and Community: Readings in Contemporary Kantian Social Philosophy. State University of New York Press, 1998. xi + 334pp. ISBN: 0791437434 (cloth); 0791437442 (paper)

Lombardi, J.L. "James Rachal on Kant's basic idea." American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly, 71, 1 (Winter 1997): 53-58.

Piche, C. "Heidegger et Cohen, lecteurs de Kant." Archives de philosophie, 61, 4 (octobre-decembre 1998): 603-28.

Poole, Randall A. "The Neo-Idealist Reception of Kant in the Moscow Psychological Society." Journal of the History of Ideas, 50, 2 (April 1999): 319-44.

Rohs, P. "Frege's Kantianism." Archiv fur Geschichte der Philosophie, 79, 1 (1997): 80-89.

Thiel, U, "Varieties of inner sense. Two pre-Kantian theories." Archiv fur Geschichte der Philosophie, 79, 1 (1997): 58-79.

Thouard, D. "Kant et l'hermeneutique." Archives de philosophie, 61, 4 (octobre-decembre 1998): 629-58.

[see also title by Denis listed under History of Sexuality]

LEIBNIZ

Lodge, P. "Leibniz's commitment to the pre-established harmony in the late 1670s and early 1680s." Archiv fur Geschichte der Philosophie, 80, 3 (1998): 293-320.

Phemister, Pauline. "Leibniz and the Elements of Compound Bodies." British Journal for the History of Philosophy, 7, 1 (March 1999): 57-78.

Rozemond, M. "Leibniz on the union of body and soul." Archiv fur Geschichte der Philosophie, 79, 2 (1997): 150-78.

§ the Monist, 81, 4 (October 1998) is a special issue on "Rethinking Leibniz." Articles are: T. L. S. Sprigge, "has Speculative metaphysics a future?" (513-533); Hide ishiguro, "Unity Without Simplicity: Leibniz on organisms" (534-552); Paul Lodge and Marc Bobro, "Stepping back Inside leibniz's Mill" (pp.553-572); Stuart Brown, Soul, Body and natural immortality (pp.573-590); Nicholas Jolley, Causality and creation in Leibniz (pp.591-611); Christina Schneider, Leibniz's theory of Space-Time: An Approach from His Metaphysics (pp.612-632); g. H. R. Parkinson, Moral luck, freedom, and Leibniz (p.633-647); Stephen grover, Incommensurability and the Best of all possible Worlds (pp.648-668); Daisie radner and Michael radner, optimality in Biology: pangloss or Leibniz (pp.669-686).

LOCKE

Carey, D. "Locke as moral sceptic: Innateness, diversity, and the reply to stoicism." Archiv fur Geschichte der Philosophie, 79, 3 (1997): 292-309.

Walmsley, Jonathan. "locke on Abstraction: a response to M. R. Ayers." British Journal for the History of Philosophy, 7, 1 (March 1999): 123-134.

SPINOZA

Gilead, Amihud. "Substance, Attributes, and Spinoza: Monistic Pluralism." European Legacy, 3, 6 (November, 1998): 1-14

Rice, L.C. "Spinoza and highway robbery." Archiv fur Geschichte der Philosophie, 80, 2 (1998): 211-218. [Conatus, promise-keeping].

van Bunge, Wiep. "The absurdity of Spinozism: Spinoza and his first Dutch critics." Intellectual News, 2 (Autumn 1997): 18 ff.

POLAND

* Butterwick, Richard. Poland's Last King and English Culture. Stanisaw August Poniatowski, 1732-1798. Oxford: Clarendon, 1998. xix, 376 pp. ISBN 0198207018

POLITICAL THOUGHT

Adams, Willi Paul. "German Translations of the American Declaration of Independence." Journal of American History, 85, 4 (March 1999): 1325-49.

Agura, Tadashi. The Declaration of Independence in Japan: Translation and Transplantation, 1854-1997. Journal of American History, 85, 4 (March 1999): 1409-31.

Bolkhovitinov, Nikolai N. "The Declaration of Independence: A View from Russia." Journal of American History, 85, 4 (March 1999): 1389-98.

Bonazzi, Tiziano. "Tradurre/Tradire: The Declaration of Independence in the Italian Context." Journal of American History, 85, 4 (March 1999): 1350-61.

Eoyand, Eugent. "Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Linguistic Parity: Multilingual Perspectives on the Declaration of Independence." Journal of American History, 85, 4 (March 1999): 1449-54.

Gury, Jacques. «Utopie», dans Catholicisme (Paris: Letouzey et Ané, 1998), t. XV, fasc. 71, col. 581-588.

Kutnik, Jerzy. "The Declaration of Independence in Poland." Journal of American History, 85, 4 (March 1999): 1385-88.

Laursen, John Christian, & CaryJ. Nederman. "Nationalism and cosmopolitanism in the scholarship of toleration." Intellectual News, 3 (Spring 1998): 30 ff. [review essay].

Li, Frank. "East Is East and West Is West: Did the Twain Ever Meet: The Declaration of Independence in China." Journal of American History, 85, 4 (March 1999): 1432-48.

Marienstras, Elise, & Naomi Wulf. "French Translations and Reception of the Declaration of Independence." Journal of American History, 85, 4 (March 1999): 1299-1324.

* Matthews, Richard K. If Men Were Angels: James Madison & the Heartless Empire of Reason. University Press of Kansas, 1994. v, 297 pp. ISBN 0-7006-0643-2 -- and see H-NET online review by Kevin R. Kosar.

* Nenner, Howard, ed. Politics and the Political Imagination in Later Stuart Britain: Essays Presented to Lois Green Schwoerer. University of Rochester Press, 1997. viii, 230 pp.. ill. ISBN: 1878822950

Oltra, Joaquim. "Jefferson's Declaration of Independence in the Spanish Political Tradition." Journal of American History, 85, 4 (March 1999): 1370-79.

Resnick, Philip. «Montesquieu Revisited, or the Mixed Constitution and the Separation of Powers in Canada». Revue canadienne de science politique, 20, 1 (mars 1997): 97-115.

Shin, Hyun-Sook. «Utopie romanesque et libertinage», Paris: Université de Paris-Sorbonne, thèse de doctorat, 1998, 417 p. Dir.: François Moureau.

* Smith, Hilda L., ed. Women Writers and the Early Modern British Political Tradition. Cambridge University Press, 1998. xiv, 392 pp. ISBN: 0521585090

Thelen, David. "Individual Creativity and the Filters of Language and Culture: Interpreting the Declaration of Independence by Translation." Journal of American History, 85, 4 (March 1999): 1289-98.

Troen, S. Ilan. "The Hebrew Translation of the Declaration of Independence." Journal of American History, 85, 4 (March 1999):1380-84.

Vazquez, Josefina Zoraida. The Mexican Declaration of Independence." Journal of American History, 85, 4 (March 1999): 1362-69.

Vlasova, Marina A. The American Declaration of Independence in Russian: The History of Translation and the Translation of History" Journal of American History, 85, 4 (March 1999): 1399-1408.

[see also title by Combe listed under England - Literature - Rochester; by Laursen listed under Historiography (Intellectual News)]

BURKE

Conniff, James. "Edmund Burke and His Critics: The Case of Mary Wollstonecraft." Journal of the History of Ideas, 50, 2 (April 1999): 299-318.

LEIBNIZ

Riley, Patrick. "Leibniz's Political and Moral Philosophy in the Novissima Sinica, 1699-1999." Journal of the History of Ideas, 50, 2 (April 1999): 217-40.

MANDEVILLE

Sassatelli, R. "Consuming ambivalence: Eighteenth-century public discourse on consumption and Mandeville's legacy." Journal of Material Culture, 2, 3 (November 1997): 339-60 [Abstract: "Contrasting diagnoses on commercial modernity have been typically organized by a normative dichotomy between consumption and production that can be traced back to the emergence of a public discourse on commodity circulation in 18th-century Britain. Within this framework, I re-interpret Bernard Mandeville as a proto-sociologist. Mandeville may be considered as the forerunner of a position that neither refuses nor celebrates commercial modernity. He maintains that both hedonistic consumers and avaricious producers are slaves to their passions and yet conceives these passions as the sole ground on which individuals can construct themselves as subjects. The suggestion that commercial modernity fosters different forms of identity permits to consider modern consumer practices as ambivalent phenomena whereby subjects are forced to construct their own selves"]. Contact the author: R.Sassatelli@uea.ac.uk.

MONTESQUIEU

Richter, Melvin. "Montesquieu and the Concept of Civil Society." European Legacy, 3, 6 (November, 1998): 33-41.

ROUSSEAU

* Orwin, Clifford and Nathan Tarcov. The Legacy of Rousseau University of Chicago Press, 1997. 352 pp ISBN: 0226638553 (cloth); 0226638561 (paper)

PORTUGAL - HISTORY

* Russell-Wood, A. J. R. The Portuguese Empire, 1415-1808: A World on the Move. Johns Hopkins University Press. 1998. xxix, 290 pp. ISBN: 0801859557 (new in paperback)

SWEDEN

[see also title by by Åkerman listed under Historiography (Intellectual News)]

SWITZERLAND

Bandelier, André. «De Berlin à Neuchâtel: la genèse du Droit des gens d'Emer de Vattel», dans Martin Fontius et Helmut Holzhey (édit.), Schweizer im Berlin des 18. Jarhunderts (Berlin: Akademie Verlag, 1996), pp. 45-56. ISBN: 3-05-002906-4.

THEORY, CRITICISM

Ballaster, Ros. "Contexts, Intertexts, Metatexts: Eighteenth-Century Prose by Women." Eighteenth-Century Fiction, 11, 3 (April 1999): 347-58 [review essay].

Grossberg, L., & D. Pollock. "Theorizing politics, politicizing theory." Cultural Studies, 13, 1 (January 1999): U2.

Muecke, S. "Travelling the subterranean river of blood: Philosophy and magic in cultural studies." Cultural Studies, 13, 1 (January 1999): 1-17.

§ Diacritics, 28, 3 (Autumn 1998) is a special issue on "Doing French Studies"; select articles include R. Klein,"The object of French Studies: Gebrauchkunst" (5); S. Petrey, "When did literature stop being cultural?" (12); T. Conley,"Putting French Studies on the map" (23); M. Greenberg, "Racine, Oedipus, and absolute fantasies" (40)

U.S. - COLONIAL & FEDERAL HISTORY

Brown, Christopher L. "Empire Without Slaves: British Concepts of Emancipation in the Age of the American Revolution." William and Mary Quarterly, 56, 2 (April 1999): 273-306.

* Colbourn, Trevor, ed. Fame and the Founding Fathers: Essays of Douglass Adair. With a Personal Memoir by Caroline Robbins and a Bibliographical Essay by Robert Shalhope. Indianapolis: Liberty Fund, Inc., 1998. xliv, 451 pp. ISBN 0-86597-192-7 (cloth); 0-86597-193-5 (paper)

* Kann, Mark E. A Republic of Men: The American Founders, Gendered Language and Patriarchal Politics. New York University Press, 1998. 240 pp. ISBN: 0814747132 (cloth); 0814747140 (paper)

McDonald, Robert M. S. "Thomas Jefferson and Historical Self-Construction: The Earth Belongs to the Living." The Historian, 61, 2 (Winter 1999): 289-310.

* McNamara, Peter. Political Economy and Statesmanship: Smith, Hamilton and the Foundation of the Commercial Republic. Northern Illinois University Press. 191 pp. ISBN 0-87580-228-1.

* Mittelberger, Gottlieb, Reise nach Pennsylvzanien im Jahr 1750. Sigmaringen: Thorbecke, 1998. 228 p. Ill.

* Rosen, Gary. American Compact: James Madison and the Problem of Founding. University Press of Kansas. 232 pp. ISBN 0-7006-0960-1.

Seeman, Erik R. "'Justise Must Take Plase': Three African Americans Speak of Religion in eighteenth-Century New England." William and Mary Quarterly, 56, 2 (April 1999): 393-414.

* Thompson, C. Bradley. John Adams and the Spirit of Liberty.. University Press of Kansas. 340 pp. ISBN 0-7006-0915-6.

Waldstreicher, David. "Reading the Runaways; Self-Fashioning, Print Culture, and Confidence in Slavery in the Eighteenth-Century Mid-Atlantic." William and Mary Quarterly, 56, 2 (April 1999): 243-72.

* Yarbrough, Jean M. American Virtues: Thomas Jefferson and the Character of a Free People. Lawrence: University Press of Kansas. 256 pp. ISBN 0-7006-0906-7.

[see also title by Rauser listed under History of Art; by Schrader listed under History of Music; by Berland listed under History of Sexuality; by Callahan listed under Material Culture]]

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