Selected Readings, No 73

October 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

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ACADEMIA

Anderson, D.B. "On falling behind schedule." Journal of Scholarly Publishing, 29, 4 (July 1998): 212-18.

Calder, William M., III. "How are American Universities German?" International Journal of the Classical Tradition, 5, 1 (Summer 1998): 97-102 [review essay, Hermann Röhrs, Der Einfluß der klassichen deutschen Universitätsidee auf die Higher Education in Amerika (Weinheim, 1995) and TheClassical German Concept of the University and its Influence on Higher Education in the United States (Framfurt am Main, 1995)].

Cortada, J.W. "Five ways to be a terrible book reviewer." Journal of Scholarly Publishing, 30, 1 (October 1998): 34-37.

Danesi, M. "From the (ivory) tower to the (cold) shower: A tongue-in-cheek comparison of academic versus commercial and trade publishing." Journal of Scholarly Publishing, 30, 2 (January 1999):75-82.

Dickerson, J.S. "The impact of increasing diversity in higher education or, the teacher's gift: Permission to go home." Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, 142, 2 (June 1998): 207-217.

Fuchs, I.H. "The promise and challenge of new technologies in higher education." Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, 142, 2 (June 1998): 191-206.

Keohane, N.O. "Moral education in the modern university." Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, 142, 2 (June 1998): 244-57.

Noble, D.F. "Digital diploma mills, Part 1: The automation of higher education." October, 86 (Fall 1998): 107-117.

Noble, D.F. "Digital diploma mills, Part 2: The coming battle over online instruction." October, 86 (Fall 1998): 118-29.

Rhodes, F.H.T. "The advancement of learning: Prospects in a cynical age." Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, 142, 2 (June 1998): 218-243.

"To publish and perish: A policy perspectives roundtable." Journal of Scholarly Publishing, 30, 1 (October 1998): 16-33.

§ The University of Toronto Quarterly, 66, 5 (Fall 1997) is a special issue on "The University in Ruins." Titles include, B. Corman, Introdiction (581-82); B. Readings, "Dwelling in the ruins (Reprinted from the Oxford Literary Review, vol 17 [1995], pp. 16-28; D. Morton, "The university is theory: Universities are facts" (593-600); M. MacIvor, "Castles on the cortex or Medieval scholasticism revisited" (601-613); T. Grier, "Comments" (614-616); E. Sirluck, "Readings: Purpose and effect" (617-20); A. Varadharajan, "Dissolution, dissensus and the possibility of community" (621-33); M. Horn, "Comments" (634-636); I. Winchester, Medieval maintenance, the great interrogations and the ruins of the university" (637-645); T.H. Adamoski, "La Cosa-Nostra: Universities and humanities" (646-658); R. Sheinin, "Comments" (659-662); S. Neuman, "Redesigning the ruins" (663-76); L.M. Findlay, "Runes of Marx and the The University in Ruins" (677-90); C. Orwin, "Angst amid the ruins" (691-696).

§ Yale Journal of Criticism, 10, 2 (Fall 1997) includes a special section on "The scholarly journal at the borders" - selected titles include H. Laird, "Preface" (437-8); R.E.B. Jones, "The paradox of a feminist academic journal" (439-43); E. Amiran, "Electronic time and the serials revolution" (445-54); P.A. Bove, " Intellectual work in an age of transition" (455-62); C. Allen, "Editing Signs at the borders" (463-66); B. Robbins, "Just doing your job: Some lessons of the Sokal affair" (467-74).

AFRICA & THE AFRICAN DIASPORA

Baucom, I. "Charting the .black Atlantic.'" Postmodern Culture, 8, 1 (September 1997): U1-U20.

[see also title by Van Stipriaan listed under Judaica; by Magalhaes listed under Portugal]

BALKAN HISTORY

* "Armenian merchants of the seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries: English East India Company sources." Transactions of the American Philosophical Society, 88, 5 (1998). A. Farrington, Preface (xi-xii); excerpts from M. Postlethwayt, "Observations on Armenian merchants, part 1 (The Universal Dictionary of Trade and Commerce)" (xiii); K.N. Chaudhuri, "Observations on Armenian merchants, part 2 (The Trading World of Asia and the English East India Company)" (xiii); V. Baladouni, Introduction (xv-xxxvii); V. Baladouni, "Chronological table of documents" (1-12); Documents(15-279).

Wolff, L. "Venice and the Slavs of Dalmatia: The drama of the Adriatic empire in the Venetian Enlightenment." Slavic Review, 56, 3 (Fall 1997): 428-55.

BALTIC HISTORY

Bruns, M.M. "Privilege and freedom: The emancipation debate in Livland, 1817-1819." Journal of Baltic Studies, 29, 3 (Fall 1998): 225-52.

Kahk, J. "Naivete or real intuition? Peasant attitudes and agrarian policies in the Baltic region from the 16th to the 19th-century." Journal of Baltic Studies, 28, 3 (Fall 1997): 247-54.

Klavins, K. "The Baltic Enlightenment and perceptions of medieval Latvian history." Journal of Baltic Studies, 29, 3 (Fall 1998): 213-24.

Kotilaine, J.T. "Baltic archival materials on 17th-century trade." Journal of Baltic Studies, 28, 4 (Winter 1997): 357-68.

Tereskinas, A. "Reconsidering the Third of May Constitution and the rhetoric of Polish-Lithuanian reforms, 1788-1792." Journal of Baltic Studies, 27, 4 (Winter 1996): 291-308.

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

Amory, Hugh. "The trout and the milk: An ethnobibliographical talk." Harvard Library Bulletin, 7, 1 (Spring 1996): 50-65.

Arbour, K. "Addendum and corrigendum to the NAIP database: Two Kneeland printings of the Brady-Tate Psalms, Boston, 1762 and1766." Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 92, 4 (December 1998): 529-33 [NAIP = National Index of American Imprints through 1800].

* Barker, Nicholas. Treasures from the Libraries of National Trust Country Houses. NewYork: The Royal Oak Foundation & The Grolier Club, 1999. 181 pp., ill. ISBN 0-010672-23-5 (paper).

Barnard, J. "The large- and small-paper copies of Dryden's The Works of Virgil (1697): Jacob Tonson's investment and profits and the example of Paradise Lost (1688)" Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 92, 3 (September 1998): 259-71.

Barnard, J. "The survival and loss rates of psalms, ABCs, psalters and primers from the Stationers' stock, 1660-1700." Library, 21, 2 (June 1999): 149-50.

Blas Benito, J. "Pascual Carsi y Vidal, encuadernador de Carlos IV y de su Real Imprenta." Encuadernación de arte, 11 (1998): 33-46.

* Blasselle, Bruno, & Laurent Portes (édit.). Mélanges autour l'histoire de livres imprimés et périodiques. Bibliothèque nationale de France, 1998. 369 pp., ill. ISBN 2-7177-2063-4 (paper)

* Bloomfield, B.C., ed. A Directory of Rare Book and Special Collections in the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland. 2nd ed, London: Library Association Publishing, 1997. xxii, 740 pp. ISBN 1-85604-063-1 (US distributor: Bernan Essential Reference Publications, 4611-F Assembly Drive, Lanham, MD 20706-4391

Boex, J.F.G. "Henri Du Sauzet, his fellow publishers and his publication of the letters of Gisbertus Cuper, 1742." LIAS - Sources and Documents in the Early Modern History of Ideas, 24, 1 (1997): 125-48.

* Bowman, John H. Greek Printing Types in Britain from the Late Eighteenth to the Earlier Twentieth Century. Thessaloniki, Greece: Typofilia, 1998. ISBN 960-8285-20-4

Brentlinger, L. "Music publications dated by English watermarks, 1794-c.1830." Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 92, 3 (September 1998): 325-48.

Bryden, D.J. "Capital in the London publishing trade: James Moxon's stock disposal of 1698, a 'mathematical lottery.'" Library, 19, 4 (December 1997): 293-350.

Dibbets, G.R.W. "Books in the background: A peep in the library of the Reverend Arnold Moonen, 1713." LIAS - Sources and Documents in the Early Modern History of Ideas, 22, 2 (1995): 197-240.

* The Cathedral Libraries Catalogue. Vol. 2: Books Printed on the Continent of Europe before 1701 in the Libraries of the Anglican Church of England and Wales. Part 1: A-K. Ed. David Shaw et al. London: The British Library & The Bibliographical Society, 1998. xvi, 819 pp. ISBN 0-7123-4593-0 (part 1); 0-7123-4594-0 (part 2);p 0-7123-0654-4 (set)

* Eddy, Donald D., ed. A Bibliography of Richard Hurd. Oak Knoll Press, 1999. 354 pp. ill. 1-58456-002-9 ["Hurd, Sir, is a man whose acquaintance is a valuable acquisition." - Johnson]

* Eggert, Paul, & Margaret Sankey, eds. The Editorial Gaze: Mediating Texts in Literature and the Arts. Garland, 1998. xvi, 233 pp., ill. ISBN 0-8153-2575-4

* Elfick, Ian, & Paul Harris. T.N. Foulis: The History and Bibliography f an Edinburgh Printing House. New Castle, Delaware: Oak Knoll Press, 1998. ix, 267 pp., ill. ISBN 1-884718-45-5

Flood, J.L. "Recent books on bibliography from Germany." Library, 20, 3 (September 1998): 289-90.

* García Gómez, M.-D. La biblioteca regalista de un súbdito fiel: Melchor de Macanaz. Alicante: Instituto Juan Gil-Albert, 1998. 218 pp.

Harmsen, T. " High-principled Antiquarian publishing - The correspondence of Thomas Hearne (1678-1735) and Thomas Smith (1638-1710)." LIAS - Sources and Documents in the Early Modern History of Ideas, 23, 1 (1996): 69-98.

Harmsen, T. "Letters of learning: A selection from the correspondence of Thomas Hearne and Thomas Smith, 1703-1710." LIAS - Sources and Documents in the Early Modern History of Ideas, 24, 1 (1997): 37-66.

Harris, N."Recent books on bibliography from Italy." Library, 20, 3 (September 1998): 290-92.

Harris, N. "Recent books." Library, 19, 4 (December 1997): 386-88 [collections].

Harris, N. "Recent periodicals (Book collecting)." Library, 19, 4 (December 1997): 389-96 [collectors].

* Heller, Marvin J. Printing the Talmud: A History of the Individual Treatises Printed from 1700-1750. Leiden: Brill (Brill Series in Jewish Studies, 21), 1998. 480 pp. ISBN 90-04-11293-6

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.

Howard-Hill, T.H. "Fredson Bowers re-viewed." Papers of the Bibliographic Society of America, 93, 2 (June 1999): 255-68.

Jackson, M.P. "The compositors of Appius and Virginia, 1654." Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 92, 4 (December 1998): 535-40.

* Johns, Adrian. The Nature of the Book: Print and Knowledge in the Making. University of Chicago Press, 1998. xvii, 754 pp. ISBN 0-226-40121-9 -- and see H-NET online review by Arthur Williamson.

Johnston, Stanley J. Jr. Cleveland's Treasures from the World of Botanical Literature. Wilmington, Ohio: Orange Frazer Press, 1998. 143pp., ill. ISBN: 1-882203-51-8 [pre-1830 botanical and horticultural art and publications; 4 "digressive chapters" on Herbal and Medical Botanical Works, Botanical and Scientific Works, Botanical Illustration, and Gardening and Landscape Architecture]

* Jones, Philip Henry, & Eiluned Rees, ed. A Nation and Its Books: A History of the Book in Wales. Aberystwyth: National Library of Wales, 1999. 432 pp., ill., maps, coats of arms. ISBN 1-86255-009-X

Knott, D. "The Boston agricultural club: An eighteenth-century vocational book club." Library, 20, 1 (March 1998): 62-67.

May, James E. "The first three editions of Gilbert Burnet's Abridgment of the History of the Reformation of the Church, Parts 1-2." Papers of the Bibliographic Society of America, 93, 2 (June 1999): 181-212.

McDonald, P.D. "Implicit structures and explicit interactions: Pierre Bourdieu and the history of the book." Library, 19, 2 (June 1997): 105-21.

* Myers, Robin, & Michael Harris, ed. Medicine, Mortality, and the Book Trade. New Castle, Delaware: Oak Knoll Press; Kent, England: St. Paul's Bibliographies, 1998. 170 pp. ISBN 1-884718-81-7

Pederson, N. "Recent bibliographical tools, critical editions, translations, and essay collections." Renaissance Quarterly, 50, 1 (Spring 1997): 350-55.

Pitcher, E.W. "Edward Thompson (1738 ?-86): The contributions of a satirist to the London Magazine and the Westminster Magazine." Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 92, 2 (June 1998): 125-58.

Rademaker, C.S.M. "The famous library of Gerardus Joannes Vossius (1577-1649)." LIAS - Sources and Documents in the Early Modern History of Ideas, 23, 1 (1996): 27-47.

Rhodes, D.E. "Some false Dublin imprints." Library, 19, 1 (March 1997): 68-72.

Siemaszkiewicz, W. "Recent books on bibliographic subjects." Library, 20, 4 (December 1998): 384-87.

Siemaszkiewicz, W. "Recent periodicals of bibliographic interest." Library, 20, 4 (December 1998): 388-97.

Stevens, K.M. "A bookbinder in early Seventeenth-Century Milan: The shop of Pietro Martire Locarno." Library, 18, 4 (December 1996): 306-27.

Taylor, B. "Recent books on bibliography from Spain, Portugal, and Latin America." Library, 20, 3 (September 1998): 292-93.

Vermij, R. "Correspondence of Dirk Rembrandtszoon van Nierop (1610-1682)." LIAS - Sources and Documents in the Early Modern History of Ideas, 23, 1 (1996): 49-68.

Warkentin, Germaine. "The world and the book at Penshurst: The Second Earl of Leicester (1595-1677) and his library." Library, 20, 4 (December 1998): 325-46.

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): 465-528.

West, A.J. "Sales and prices of Shakespeare first folios: A history, 1623 to the present, part two." Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 93, 1 (March 1999): 74-142.

Whiteman, Bruce. "Clark Acquisitions 1998-99." The Center & Clark Newsletter (UCLA Center for 17th- & 18th-Century Studies, William Andrews Clark Memorial Library), 34 (Fall 1999): 3-5.

* Zachs, William. The First John Murray and the Late Eighteenth-Century London Book Trade. Oxford University Press, 1999. xvii, 437 pp., ill. ISBN 0-19-726191-4

Zachs, William. "'A litigious and disputatious nature': Copyright battles of an eighteenth-century publisher." Journal of Scholarly Publishing, 28, 3 (April 1997): 171-79.

§ Trivium, 30 (1997) is a special issue on "The Founders' Library University of Wales, Lampeter: Bibliographical and Contextual Studies Essays in Memory of Robin Rider." Selected titles include K. Robbins, "Essays in memory of Robin Rider: Foreword: (U1-U2); I. Reynolds, "Robin Rider (1931-1995)" (U3-U4); W. Condry, "From herbals to floras: The illustrated botanical works in The Founders'-Library" (31-44); J. Ogden, "Bishop Burgess and John Milton" (79-98); A.J. Brothers, "Travellers to Greece and the Levant in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries" (99-124); G. Williams, "Two 1705 serials and the Dunton controversy" (125-141); P. Miles, "The text of Lampeter's rare issue of Defoe's Review" (143-154); J.D. Smith, "The Bowdler-Collection as a resource for the study of the Nonjurors" (155-167); D.T.W. Price, "Thomas Phillips of Brunswick-Square" (169-176); D. Roberts, "John Heydon's 'worm-eaten-memorials-of-defaced-history': The literary career of a plagiarist?" (177-188); T. Henvey, "Calculating 'political-arithmetick'" (189-194); C.S. Briggs, "A megalithic conundrum: The pedigree of some William Stukeley illustrations" (195-212); M. Sharrow, "Love and mentorship: Women and science in eighteenth-century British novels" (213-237); A. Samuels, "Publishing the Picturesque: Ackermann, Rowlandson, and the art scene" (239-256); S. Derry, & P. Miles, "Kotzebue unbound: Mansfield Park, the play-book and the Jacobinical" (257-263); P. Davison, "Of sugar-loaves and horsemeat: The value of archives and the limitations of their printed forms" (265-275).

[see also title by Behrendt listed under History of Art; by Peters listed under Netherlands]

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

Lamonde, Y. "Comparative study of literature in Quebec and in colonial America." Journal of Canadian Studies - Revue d'études canadiennes, 32, 2 (Summer 1997): 72-78.

"New books on Canada." Journal of Canadian Studies - Revue d'études canadiennes, 32, 4 (Winter 1998): 178-80.

Pendergast, J.F. "The confusing identities attributed to Stadacona and Hochelaga." Journal of Canadian Studies - Revue d'études canadiennes, 32, 4 (Winter 1998): 149-65.

Taylor, M. "'This our dwelling': The landscape experience of the Jesuit missionaries to the Huron, 1626-1650." Journal of Canadian Studies - Revue d'études canadiennes, 32, 2 (Summer 1998): 85-96.

Thurston, J. "'The dust of Toryism': Monarchism and republicanism in upper Canadian travel immigration texts." Journal of Canadian Studies - Revue d'études canadiennes, 30, 4 (Winter 1996): 75-87.

[see also title by Egnal listed under U.S. - Colonial & Federal History]

CARTOGRAPHY

"Cartography: Visuality and cultural production." Yale Journal of Criticism, 11, 1 (Spring 1998): 1.

Chester, Lucy. "Mapping Imperial Expansion: Colonial Cartography in North America and South Asia." The Portolan (Washington Map Society), 45 (Fall 1999).

Godlewska, Anne. "Geography and Cassini IV: Witness and Victim of Social and Disciplinary Change." Cartographica, Monograph 52: Cartography and Statecraft, Studies in Governmental Mapmaking in Modern Europe and its Colonies), 35, 3-4 (Autumn-Winter 1998): 25-39.

Haude, M.E. "Identification of colorants on maps from the early colonial period of New Spain." Journal of the American Instutite for Conservation, 37, 3 (Fall-Winter 1998): 240-70.

Kivelson, Valerie A. "Cartography, Autocracy and State Powerlessness: The Uses of Maps in Early Modern Russia." Imago Mundi, 51 (1999).

Kokkonen, Pellervo. "State, Territorial Expansion, and the Meaning of Maps: Some Perspectives on the Eighteenth-Century Mapping of the Baltic Sea." Cartographica, Monograph 52: Cartography and Statecraft: Studies in Governmental Mapmaking in Modern Europe and its Colonies, 35, 3-4 (Autumn-Winter 1998): 55-66.

Pelletier, Monique. "Cartography and Power in France During the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries." Cartographica, Monograph 52: Cartography and Statecraft: Studies in Governmental Mapmaking in Modern Europe and its Colonies, 35, 3-4 (Autumn-Winter 1998): 41-53.

Reinhartz, Dennis. "Maps from Inspections of the Northern Frontier of New Spain in the Second Half of the Eighteenth Century." Cartographica, Monograph 52: Cartography and Statecraft: Studies in Governmental Mapmaking in Modern Europe and its Colonies, 35, 3-4 (Autumn-Winter 1998): 89-97.

Reitinger, Franz. "Mapping Relationships: Allegory, Gender and the Cartographical Image in Eighteenth-Century France and England." Imago Mundi, 51 (1999).

Scharfe, Wolfgang. "President, King's Jester, and Cartographer: Jakob Paul von Gundling and the First Domestic Map of Brandenburg, 1724." Cartographica, Monograph 52: Cartography and Statecraft: Studies in Governmental Mapmaking in Modern Europe and its Colonies, 35, 3-4 (Autumn-Winter 1998): 11-24.

[See also title by Pratt listed under Native American &c.]

CHINA

Hart, R. "Translating worlds: Incommensurability and problems of existence in seventeenth-century China." Positions - East Asian Cultural Critique, 7, 1 (Spring 1999): 95-128.

Shang, W. "Ritual, ritual manuals, and the crisis of the Confucian world: An interpretation of Rulin Waishi." Harvard Journal of Asiatic Studies, 58, 2 (December 1998): 373-424.

CLASSICS & CLASSICAL CIVILIZATION

JUVENAL

Wahrman, D. "Gender in translation: How the English wrote their Juvenal, 1644-1815." Representations, 65 (Winter 1999): 1-41.

LUCAN

[see title by Shifflett listed under England - Literature - Milton]

VIRGIL

[see title by Verbart listed under England - Literature - Milton]

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

Gomes, S., & J. Meadows. "Perceptions of electronic journals in British universities." Journal of Scholarly Publishing, 29, 3 (April 1998): 174-81.

Harpold, T. "Dark continents: A critique of Internet metageographies." Postmodern Culture, 9, 2 (January 1999): 1-37.

McHoul, A." Cyberbeing and similar to space." Postmodern Culture, 8, 1 (September 1997): U40-U55.

Moulthrop, S. "Decorating the corpse: Hypertext after the Web." Postmodern Culture, 7, 3 (May 1997): 1-9.

Saper, C. "Intimate bureaucracies and infrastructuralism: A networked introduction to assemblings." Postmodern Culture, 7, 3 (May 1997): 10-30.

Sismondo, S. "Reality for cybernauts." Postmodern Culture, 8, 1 (September 1997): U56-U82.

Tomlins, C.L. "The wave of the present: The printed scholarly journal on the edge of the Internet." Journal of Scholarly Publishing, 29, 3 (April 1998): 133-50.

Umiker-Sebeok, J. "The semiotic swarm of cyberspace: Cybergluttony and Internet addiction in the global village." Semiotica, 117, 2-4 (1997): 239-97.

Zeigler, J.F. "Gutenberg, the Scriptoria and Websets." Journal of Scholarly Publishing, 29, 1 (October 1997): 36-43.

§ Proteus, 14, 1 (Spring 1997) is a special issue on "Technology and Education." Essays include, T. Carlin, "Technology and education: Introduction" (vii-viii); C. Stoll, "On classrooms, with and without computers: Some basic astrophysics for the intrepid" (1-2); J. Willson-Quayle, "Ancient dreams and cultural memories: Textbooks, computers, and education" (3-7); J.F. Barber, "Networked-computer technology and distance education: Evolving vision" (8-12); D. Vess, "Socrates on-line: A multimedia tool for the development of critical thought" (13-21); K.P. Dudt, & J.L. Garrett, "Using video conferencing to improve the supervision of student teachers and pre-student-teachers" (22-24); K.F. & E.M. Lenert, "Technology and the 'crisis' in education: Toward a broader understanding of the relationship between technology and public schools" (25-28); L.S. Shaffer & C. Renner, "Statistics 'for dummies': The educational limits of 'point-and-shoot' technology" (29-32); M. Vinson, "Chaos in the classroom: A case study of technology in education" (33-35); J. Ruby-Baird, "Art and technology: Computers in the studio?" (36-40); M.C. Mirow & P.J. Shore, "Plagiarism and textual ownership in the digital source environment" (41-43); D. Weiss, "Alternative identities, artificial minds, and digital lives: Where philosophy meets the computer culture" (44-48).

ECONOMICS

Ford, K.M. "Can a democracy bind itself in perpetuity? Paine, the bank crisis, and the concept of economic freedom." Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, 142, 4 (December 1998): 557-577.

* Muldrew. Craig. The Economy of Obligation: The Culture of Credit and Social Relations in Early Modern England. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1998. xvii, 453 pp. ISBN 0-312-21565-7 -- and see H-NET online review by Anne E. C. McCants.

[see also title by Andriopoulos listed under England - Literature; by Lutz listed under England - Literature - Scott; by Harpham listed under Political Thought - Smith]

ENGLAND - HISTORY

Klein, L.E. "Coffeehouse civility, 1660-1714: An aspect of post-courtly culture in England." Huntington Library Quarterly, 59, 1 (1997): 30-51.

Knoppers, L.L. "The politics of portraiture: Oliver Cromwell and the plain style." Renaissance Quarterly, 51, 4 (Winter 1998): 1283-1319 [Restoration use of puritan adaptations of courtly iconography]

ENGLAND - LITERATURE

Andriopoulos, Stefan. "The Invisible Hand: Supernatural Agency in Political Economy and the Gothic Novel." ELH, 66, 3 (Fall 1999): 739-58.

Darby, Barbara. "Spectacle and Revolution in 1790s Tragedy." Studies in English Literature, 39, 3 (Summer 1999): 575-96.

Fitzmaurice, S.M. "The commerce of language in the pursuit of politeness in eighteenth-century England." English Studies, 79, 4 (July 1998): 309-28.

Siskin, Clifford. "Recent Studies in the Restoration and Eighteenth Century." Studies in English Literature, 39, 3 (Summer 1999): 597-635.

* Varney, Andrew. Eighteenth-Century Writers in Their World: A Mighty Maze. London: Macmillan, and New York: St. Martin's, 1999. 240 pp. ISBN: 0-312-22531-8 [Includes chapters on Robinson Crusoe, Gulliver's Travels, The Way of the World, Clarissa, Roxana, The Beggar's Opera, The Rape of the Lock, Roderick Random, Tom Jones, An Essay on Man, Moral Essays, The Spectator, The Seasons, Delariviere Manley, and Samuel Johnson.'

[see also title by Sharrow listed under Bibliography &c.; by Wahrman listed under Classics - Juvenal]

ADDISON

Freeman, Lisa A. "What's Love Got to Do with Addison's Cato?" Studies in English Literature, 39, 3 (Summer 1999): 463-82.

Miller, Stephen. "Why Cato Had to Die: The Lessons Taught by Addison's Tragedy and the Reasons for Its Neglect." TLS, 5035 (October 1, 1999): 14-15.

AUSTEN

Diengott, N. "Neo-impressionism? Some examples of Austen criticism and their import for current critical discourse." AUMLA - Journal of the Australasian Universities Language and Literature Association, 88 (November 1997): 37-49.

Meyer, R.S. "Mr. Knightley's education: Parallels in Emma." English Studies, 79, 3 (May 1998): 212-23.

[See also title by Derry & Miles listed under Bibliography &c.]

BEHN

Labio, C. "'What's in fashion vent': Behn, La Fayette, and the market for novels and novelty." Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies, 28, 1 (Winter 1998): 119-3.

Rivero, Albert J. "Aphra Behn's Oroonoko and the "Blank Spaces" of Colonial Fictions." Studies in English Literature, 39, 3 (Summer 1999): 443-62.

Simms, N. "A dark cynical conceit: The masque in Aphra Behn's The Lucky Chance." AUMLA - Journal of the Australasian Universities Language and Literature Association, 88 (November 1997): 83-95.

BLAKE

Bentley, G.E. "What is the price of experience? William Blake and the economics of illuminated painting." University of Toronto Quarterly, 68, 2 (Spring 1999): 617-41.

§ The Huntinton Library Quarterly, 58, 3-4 (1996) is a special double issue on "William Blake, Images and Texts." Titles include R.N. Essick, "Introduction" (277); J. Viscomi, "The evolution of The Marriage of Heaven and Hell (281); A.K. Mellor, "Sex, violence and slavery: Blake and Wollstonecraft" (345); D. Bindman, "Blake's vision of slavery revisited" (373); T. Rajan, "(Dis)figuring the system: Vision, history, and trauma in Blake's Lambeth Books" (383); M. Eaves, "On Blakes we want and Blakes we don't" (413); and W.J.T. Mitchell, "Chaosthetics: Blake's sense of form" (441).

CONGREVE

McKenzie, D.F. "William Congreve in Dutch (1695) and his travels abroad (1700) (The 'Mourning muse of Alexis, a pastoral mourning the death of Queen Mary')." Library, 21, 1 (March 1999): 67-70.

DEFOE

Kietzman, Mary Jo. "Defoe Masters the Serial Subject." ELH, 66, 3 (Fall 1999): 677-706.

[see also title by Miles listed under Bibliography &c.]

DRYDEN

Hammond, P. "A song attributed to Dryden ('While Europe is alarm'd with Warrs' in Bodleian Library MS-Firth-e6)." Library, 21, 1 (March 1999): 59-66.

[See also title by Bedford listed under England - Literature - Milton]

DUNTON

[See also title by G. Williams listed under Bibliography &c.]

FIELDING, HENRY

Drake, George A. "Historical Space in the 'History Of': Between Public and Private in Tom Jones." ELH, 66, 3 (Fall 1999): 707-38.

Weinbrot, Howard D. "Fielding's Tragedy of Tragedies: Papal Fallibility and Scriblerian Satire." Harvard Library Bulletin, 7, 1 (Spring 1996): 20-39.

FIELDING, SARAH

Gadeken, Sara. "Gender, Empire, and Nation in Sarah Fielding's Lives of Cleopatra and Octavia." Studies in English Literature, 39, 3 (Summer 1999): 523-38.

GAY

[see title by Gilman listed under History of Music]

GOLDSMITH

Dingley, R. "Sensitive material: Feeling and argument in The Deserted Village." AUMLA - Journal of the Australasian Universities Language and Literature Association, 87 (May 1997): 1-12.

HAYWOOD

Oakleaf, David. "The Eloquence of Blood in Eliza Haywood's Lasselia." Studies in English Literature, 39, 3 (Summer 1999): 483-98.

JOHNSON

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

Mayhew, Robert J. "Nature and the Choice of Life in Rasselas." Studies in English Literature, 39, 3 (Summer 1999): 539-58.

Wechselblatt, M. "The pathos of example: Professionalism and colonialization in Johnson's "Preface" to the Dictionary of the English Language." Yale Journal of Criticism, 9, 2 (Fall 1996): 381-403.

MARSH, JOHN

Bentley, G.E. "John Marsh and 'Peregrine Project': A Tour through Some of the Southern Counties of England (1804). Huntington Library Quarterly, 59, 1 (1997): 80-81 [Huntington ms. HM-54457].

Robins, B. "An introduction to the Journals of John Marsh." Huntington Library Quarterly, 59, 1 (1997):125-144.

Weber, W. "The fabric of daily life and the autobiography of John Marsh." Huntington Library Quarterly, 59, 1 (1997): 145-69.

MARVELL

[See also title by Bedford listed under England - Literature - Milton]

MILTON

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

Bedford, R.D. "Milton, Dryden and Marvell: An exchange of views on rhyming." AUMLA - Journal of the Australasian Universities Language and Literature Association, 89 (May 1998): 1-14.

* Haan, E. "From Academia to Amicitia: Milton's Latin writings and the Italian academies." Transactions of the American Philosophical Society, 88, 6 (1998). Monograph series.

Hale, J.K. "Voicing Milton's God." AUMLA - Journal of the Australasian Universities Language and Literature Association, 88 (November 1997): 59-70.

Shifflett, A. "'By Lucan Driv'n about': A Jonsonian Marvell's Lucanic Milton." Renaissance Quarterly, 49, 4 (Winter 1996): 803-23.

Verbart, A. "Milton on Vergil: Dido and Aeneas in Paradise Lost." English Studies, 78, 2 (March 1997): 111-26.

[see also title by Ogden listed under Bibliography &c.]

RICHARDSON

Tennenhouse, L. "The Americanization of Clarissa." Yale Journal of Criticism, 11, 1 (Spring 1998): 177-96.

ROCHESTER

Love, H. "Refining Rochester: Private Texts and Public Readers." Harvard Library Bulletin, 7, 1 (Spring 1996): 40-49.

* Rochester. The Works of John Wilmot, Earl of Rochester. Ed. Harold Love. Oxford University, 1999. 712 pp. ISBN 0-19-818367-4 - and see review by Claude Rawson, "The soft wanton god: Rochester's obscenities, acerbity and his surprising geniality," TLS, 5033 (September 17, 1999): 33-34.

SCOTT, SARAH

Lutz, Alfred. "Commercial Capitalism, Classical Republicanism, and the Man of Sensibility in The History of Sir George Ellison." Studies in English Literature, 39, 3 (Summer 1999): 557-74.

SHAFTESBURY

Dunn, A. "Dialogue and difference: Shaftesbury and the politics of conversation." Soundings, 81, 1-2 (Spring-Summer 1998): 120-36.

SHAKESPEARE

* Rawlings, Peter, ed. Americans on Shakespeare, 1776 - 1914. Ashgate, 1999. 576 pp. ISBN 1-84014-644-3

SHELLEY, MARY

Wohlpart, A.J. "A tradition of male poetics: Mary Shelley's Frankenstein as an allegory of art." Midwest Quarterly, 39, 3 (Spring 1998): 265-79.

SMITH

Wikborg, E. "Political discourse versus sentimental romance: Ideology and genre in Charlotte Smith's Desmond (1792)." English Studies, 78, 6 (November 1997): 522-31.

WALPOLE

Cross, A. "Condemned in correspondence: Horace Walpole and Catherine 'Slay-Czar'." Journal of European Studies, 27, 106, 2 (June 1997): 129-41.

WOLLSTONECRAFT

[see title by Mellor listed under England - Literature - Blake]

FICTION & POETRY
WITH AN 18TH-CENTURY SETTING

Peucker, B. "Looking and touching: Spectacle and collection in Sontag's Volcano Lover." Yale Journal of Criticism, 11, 1 (Spring 1998): 159-65.

Schott, Penelope Scambly. Penelope: The story of the half-scalped woman, a narrative poem. University Press of Florida, 1999. 64 pp. ISBN: 081301638X (cloth) , 0813016398 (paper) [The woman was Penelope Stout (c 1622 -c 1733); includes bibliography].

FRANCE - HISTORY

* Carpenter, Kirsty. Refugees of the French Revolution: Émigrés in London, 1789-1802. Macmillan, 1999. 259 pp. ISBN 0-333-71833-X - and see brief untitled review by Gwynne Lewis, TLS, 5033 (September 17, 1999): 32.

* Coquery, Natacha. L'hotel aristocratique: Le marche du luxe a Paris au XVIIIe siecle. Preface by Daniel Roche. Paris: Publications de la Sorbonne, 1998. 444 pp. ISBN 2-85944-343-6 (paper) -- and see H-NET online review by Stephanie Whitlock.

DiCaprio, Lisa. "Women Workers, State-Sponsored Work, and the Right to Subsistence during the French Revolution." Journal of Modern History, 71, 3 (September 1999): 519-51.

Marchand, P. "A father and his children in the 18th-century, the correspondence of Jean-Baptiste Carpentier (1768-1787) .1." LIAS - Sources and Documents in the Early Modern History of Ideas, 23, 1 (1996): 99-163.

Marchand, P. "A father and his children in the 18th-century: The correspondence of Jean-Baptiste Carpentier, 1768-1787 .2." LIAS - Sources and Documents in the Early Modern History of Ideas, 23, 2 (1996): 165-260.

Hanley, W. "Of Anglo-Saxons and revisionists: A new interpretation of the French Revolution emerges." Midwest Quarterly, 40, 2 (Winter 1999): 197-214.

* Sgard, Jean, ed. Dictionnaire des Journalistes, 1600-1789. Oxford: Voltaire Foundation, 1999. 2 vols., 1112 pp. ISBN 0-7294-0538-9 - and see review by Gwynne Lewis, "Citizens of the first republic," TLS, 5033 (September 17, 1999): 26.

FRANCE - LITERATURE

* Huppert, George. The Style of Paris: Renaissance Origins of the French Enlightenment. Indiana University Press, 1999. 146 pp. ISBN 0-253-33492-6 (paper) - and see review by David Parker, "Ronsard and friends," TLS, 5033 (September 17, 1999): 26.

 Proverbes et Maximes français ainsi que leurs significations -- Site web de Groupe Fernandes (Larousse).

BEAUMARCHAIS

[see title by MacArthur listed under Miscellaneous]

CONSTANT

Blackwell, Mark R. "Constant, Napoleon, and the Mechanics of Political Action in Wallstein. Studies in Romanticism, 38, 1 (Spring 1999): 63-88.

LA FAYETTE

[see title by Labio listed under England - Literature - Behn].

MORELLET

Lilti, Antoine. "Vertus de la conversation: l'abbé Morellet et la sociabilité mondaine." Littératures classiques, 37 (automnne 1999): 213-28.

SADE

Dunn, A. "Pathos in postmodernity: Beckett, Sade, and the performance of suffering." Southern Humanities Review, 30, 4 (Fall 1996): 341-49.

VOLTAIRE

Rivière, M.S. "Voltaire's concept of social history." AUMLA - Journal of the Australasian Universities Language and Literature Association, 86 (November 1996): 49-61.

GARDENS & LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE

Goldstein, C. "Two poems, two gardens, two masters of the Grand-Siècle." Word & Image, 14, 3 (July-September 1998): 306-315.

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

[see also title by Johnston listed under Bibliograohy &c.]

GERMANY - LITERATURE

Zschirnt, C. "Fainting and latency in the eighteenth century's romantic novel of courtship." Germanic Review, 74, 1 (Winter 1999): 48-66.

FICHTE

Martyn, D. "Borrowed fatherland: Nationalism and language. Purism in Fichte's Addresses to the German Nation." Germanic Review, 72, 4 (Fall 1997): 303-315.

GOETHE

McIsaac, P.M. "Exhibiting Ottilie: Collecting as a disciplinary regime in Goethe's Wahlverwandschaften." German Quarterly, 70, 5 (Fall 1997): 347-57.

Schwartz, P.J. "An unpublished essay by Goethe? 'Staatssachen, Ueber mundliche deutsche Rechtspflege in Deutschland.'" Germanic Review, 73, 2 (Spring 1998): 107-31.

HOLDERLIN

Elsaghe, Y.A. "'Susser-als-Gebaren': Matriarchal and patriarchal metaphors in Holderlin's Wie wenn am Feiertage." Germanic Review, 72, 2 (Spring 1997): 119-29.

HUMBOLDT

Strack, T. "Alexander von Humboldt's accounts of his travels in America: Ethnography and cultural critique c1800." German Quarterly, 69, 3 (Summer 1996): 233-46.

KLEIST

Nobile, N. "'Der Buchstab-deines-Willens': Kleist's Prinz Friedrich von Homburg and the letter of the law." Germanic Review, 72, 4 (Fall 1997): 317-41.

KOTZEBUE

[See also title by Derry & Miles listed under Bibliography &c.]

LESSING

Oesmann, A. "Nathan der Weise: Suffering Lessing's Erziehung." Germanic Review, 74, 2 (Spring 1999): 131-45.

NOVALIS

Rauch, A. "Culture's hieroglyph in Benjamin and Novalis: A matter of feeling." Germanic Review, 71, 4 (Fall 1996): 253-66.

WINCKELMANN

Bonfiglio, T.P. "Winckelmann and the aesthetics of Eros." Germanic Review, 73, 2 (Spring 1998): 132-44.

GREECE - HISTORY

[see also title by Brothers listed under Bibliography &c.]

HISTORIOGRAPHY

* Kelley, Donald R. Faces of History: Historical Inquiry from Herodotus to Herder. Yale University Press, 1998. xii, 340 pp. ISBN 0-300-07308-9 (cloth); 0-300-07558-8 (paper) -- and see H-NET online review by Wayne M. Bledsoe.

Stewart, D. "Historicism and questions of history, ideology, and periodization." Southern Humanities Review, 30, 4 (Fall 1996): 309-26.

Thelen, D. "Making history and making the United States." Journal of American Studies, 32, 3 (December 1998): 373-97.

HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE

Schmidt, A.J. "Hastie and his albums: Publicizing and imposing architectural style in Catherinian and Alexandrian Russia." Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, 143, 2 (June 1999): 208-232.

Seeger, Ulrike. "Marly und Rom in Wien--Zur Konzeption des Gartenpalais Schönborn in Wien." Zeitschrift für Kunstgeschichte, 3, 62 (1999): 366-393. ["Marly and Rome in Vienna: on the conception of the Schönborn garden palace in Vienna", in German]

HISTORY OF ART

Behrendt, S.C. "Sibling rivalries: Author and artist in the earlier illustrated book." Word & Image, 13, 1 (January-March 1997): 23-42.

Berger, H. "The system of early modern painting." Representations, 62 (Spring 1998): 31-57.

De Marchi, N., & H.J. Van Miegrot. "Novelty and fashion circuits in the mid-seventeenth-century Antwerp-Paris art trade." Journal of Medieval Early Modern Studies, 28, 1 (Winter 1998): 201-46.

Fong, W.C. "Reflections on Chinese art history." Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, 142, 1 (March 1998): 47-59.

Helgerson, R. "Soldiers and enigmatic girls: The politics of Dutch domestic realism, 1650-1672." Representations, 58 (Spring 1997): 49-87.

* Minor, V.H. Passive tranquillity: The sculpture of Filippo Della Valle. The life, work, and style of an eighteenth-century Roman artist. Transactions of the American Philosophical Society, 87, 5 (1997). 304 pp.

Orenstein, N.M. "Marketing prints to the Dutch Republic: Novelty and the print publisher." Journal of Medieval Early Modern Studies, 28, 1(Winter 1998): 141-65.

* Ostrowski, Jan. Land of the Winged Horsemen: Art in Poland, 1572-1764. Yale University Press, 1999. 380 pp. ISBN 0-300-05214-6

Powell, K.H. "The art of making animals talk: Constructions of nature and culture in illustrations of The Fables of LaFontaine." Word & Image, 12, 3 (July-September 1996): 251-73.

Turner, Simon. "William Holland's Satirical Print Catalogues, 1788-1794." Print Quarterly, 16, 2 (June 1999): 127-138.

* Veen, Henk van, and Frans Grijzenhout, eds. The Golden Age of Dutch Painting in Historical Perspective. Cambridge University Press, 1999. ISBN: 0521496217 ["The first survey of the critical fortunes of 17th-century Dutch art, from 1700 to the present."]

Wood, Jeremy. "Raphael Copies and Exemplary Picture Galleries in Mid-Eighteenth-Century London." Zeitschrift für Kunstgeschichte, 3, 62 (1999): 394-417. [in English]

§ The Journal of Aesthetic Education, 32, 3 (Winter 1998) includes a "Symposium on David Carrier's Artwriting"; titles include R. Kuhns, "Philosophical art history: David Carrier's method" (27-35 [Poussin]); A.C. Danto, "Metonymy and transition in Carrier's writing" (35-43); J. Elkins, "A thought experiment, for a book to be called Failure in Twentieth-century art" (43-51); and David Carrier, reply (51-59).

§ Word & Image, 15, 1 (January-March 1999), is a special issue on "Ekphrasis." Selected titles include M. Klarer, "Ekphrasis: Introduction" (1-4); M. Klarer, "Selected bibliography of book-length studies and collections of essays on ekphrasis" (4); R. Webb, "Ekphrasis ancient and modern: the invention of a genre" (7-18); J.A.W. Heffernan, "Speaking for pictures: the rhetoric of art criticism" (19-33); M. Antonetti, M. "Typographic ekphrasis: the description of typographic forms in the nineteenth century" (41-53); E.P. Schneck, "Pictorial desires and textual anxieties: modes of ekphrastic discourse in nineteenth-century American culture" (54-62); with two poems by John Hollander, "Emblem" (5), and "The Duck Rabbit" (6).

BLAKE

Baulch, D.M. "'To rise from generation': the sublime body in William Blake's illuminated books." Word & Image, 13, 4 (October-December 1997): 340-65.

CANOVA

Johns, C.M.S. "Subversion through historical association: Canova's 'Madame Mere' and the politics of Napoleonic portraiture." Word & Image, 13, 1 (January-March 1997): 43-57.

COLLECTORS & COLLECTING

Guicharnaud, Hélène. "Un collectionneur parisien, ami de Greuze et de Pigalle, l'abbé Louis Gougenot (1724-1767." Gazette des Beaux-Arts, 134, 1566-67 (juillet-aout 1999): 1-74.

COPLEY

Lovell, M.M. "Copley and the case of the blue dress." Yale Journal of Criticism, 11, 1 (Spring 1998): 53-67 [Boston; Mrs. Benjamin Pickman].

GAINSBOROUGH

Cole, M. "Gainsborough's diversions." Word & Image, 13, 4 (October-December 1997): 366-76.

Brenneman, D.A "Thomas Gainsborough and the picturesque sketch." Word & Image, 13, 4 (October-December 1997): 392-404.

GOYA

[see title by Andioc listed under Spain & Hispanic America - Literature - Fernández de Moratín]

HOGARTH

Lawson, J. "Hogarth's plotting of Marriage a la Mode." Word & Image, 14, 3 (July-September 1998): 267-80.

Santesso, Aaron. "William Hogarth and the Tradition of Sexual Scissors." Studies in English Literature, 39, 3 (Summer 1999): 499-522.

MENGS

[see title by Polt listed under Spain - Literature]

PEALE(S)

Ward, D.C. "An artist's self-fashioning: the forging of Charles Willson Peale." Word & Image, 15, 2 (April-June 1999): 107-127.

POUSSIN

Warwick, G. "Poussin and the arts of history." Words & Image, 12, 4 (October-December 1996): 333-48.

TURNER

Bewell, A. "J.M.W. Turner's 'Pembroke Castle, Clearing Up of a Thunderstorm' (1806)." University of Toronto Quarterly, 66, 2 (Spring 1997): 426-29.

WEST

Nemerov, A. "The ashes of Germanicus and the skin of painting: Sublimation and money in Benjamin West's Agrippina." Yale Journal of Criticism, 11, 1 (Spring 1998): 11-27.

HISTORY OF COSTUME & FASHION

§ Germanic Review, 72, 3 (Summer 1997) is a special issue of fashion; titles include D. Purdy, "Recent trends in fashion scholarship" [with bibliography] (163-69); K.A. Wurst, "The self-fashioning of the bourgeoisie in late-eighteenth-century German culture: Bertuch's Journal des Luxus und der Moden" (170-82); J. Schneider, "'The pleasure of the uniform': Masculinity, transvestism, and militarism in Heinrich Mann's Der Untertan and Magnus Hirschfeld's Die Transvestiten" (183-200); B. Tautz, "Fashionable details: Narration in an eighteenth-century travel account" (201-212); K. Baumgartner, "Through the eyes of fashion: Political aspects of fashion in Caroline de la Motte Fouque's Geschichte der Moden, vom Jahre 1785 bis 1829 als Beytrag zur Geschichte der Zeit" (215-30).

HISTORY OF LAW

[see title by Dayton listed under U.S. - Colonial & Federal History]

HISTORY OF MEDICINE

Sivin, N. "The history of Chinese medicine: Now and anon." Positions - East Asia Cultures Critique, 6, 3 (Winter 1998): 731-62.

Stegeman, S. "The laudationes of Theodorus Janssonius Van Almeloveen (1657-1712), professor of medicine at Harderwijk University." LIAS - Sources and Documents in the Early Modern History of Ideas, 24, 2 (1997): 213-43.

HISTORY OF MUSIC

Gilman, T. "The Beggar's Opera and British opera." University of Toronto Quarterly, 66, 3 (Summer 1997): 539-1

BACH

Edidin, A. "Playing Bach his way: Historical authenticity, personal authenticity, and the performance of classical music." Journal of Aesthetic Education, 32, 4 (Winter 1998): 79-91.

Scheide, W.H. "Thoughts on Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750), history and society." Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, 141, 2 (June 1997): 160-168.

HISTORY OF RELIGION

CHRISTIANITY - PROTESTANT

[see title by J.D. Smith listed under Bibliography &c.]

CHRISTIANITY - ROMAN CATHOLIC

Vercruysse, J. "Mirabeau's discourse on sacerdotal celibacy." LIAS - Sources and Documents in the Early Modern History of Ideas, 23, 2 (1996): 261-320.

[see also title by Ramakers listed under Judaica]

CHRISTIANITY - RUSSIAN ORTHODOX

Flynn, J.T. "Iraklii Lisovskii, Metropolitan of the Uniate Church (1806-09) and reform in the Russian Empire." Slavonic and East European Review, 77, 1 (January 1999): 93-116.

Shevzov, V. "Chapels and the ecclesial world of prerevolutionary Russian peasants." Slavic Review, 55, 3 (Fall 1996): 585-613.

ISLAM

Brower, D. "Russian roads to Mecca: Religious tolerance and Muslim pilgrimage in the Russian Empire." Slavic Review, 55, 3 (Fall 1996): 567-84.

Robinson, F. "Religious change and the self in Muslim South Asia since 1800." South Asia, 20, 1 (June 1997): 1-15.

HISTORY OF SCIENCE

Frangsmyr, T. "The new academies and the scientific climate of the eighteenth century." Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, 143, 1 (March 1999): 109-115.

HISTORY OF SEXUALITY & REPRODUCTION

Halperin, D.M. "Forgetting Foucault: Acts, identities, and the history of sexuality." Representations, 63 (Summer 1998): 93-120.

Seeman, Eric R. "It is Better to Marry Than to Burn: Anglo-American Attitudes toward Celibacy, 1600-1800." Journal of Family History, 24, 4 (October 1999): 397-419.

[see also title by Mellor listed under England - Literature - Blake; ;title by Santesso listed under History of Art - Hogarth]

INDIA

Foltz, R. "Two Seventeenth-Century Central Asian travellers to Mughal India." Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society, 6, 3 (1997): 367-77.

Leoshko, J., & M. Charlesworth. "Strangers in a strange land: Selected views of India in British printed books, 1780-1827." Library Chronicle of the University of Texas at Austin, 27, 3 (1997): 68-101.

Robb, P. "Completing 'our stock of geography,' or an object 'still more sublime': Colin Mackenzie's survey of Mysore, 1799-1810." Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society, 8, 2 (July 1998): 181-206.

ITALY - HISTORY

Georgopoulou, M. "Mapping religious and ethnic identities in the Venetian colonial empire." Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies, 26, 3 (Fall 1996): 467-96.

[see also title by Wolff listed under Baltic History]

JAPAN

Gerstle, C.A. "Heroic honor: Chikamatsu and the Samurai ideal." Harvard Journal of Asiatic Studies, 57, 2 (December 1997): 307-81.

Roberts, L.S. "A petition for a popularly chosen council of government in Tosa in 1787." Harvard Journal of Asiatic Studies, 57, 2 (December 1997): 575-96.

Simmons, R.V. "A second look at the 'Towa Sanyo': Clues to the nature of the Guanhuah studied by Japanese in the early eighteenth century." Journal of the American Oriental Society, 117, 3 (July-September 1997): 419-26.

JUDAICA

Belinfante, J.C.E. "The ideal of Jewish tradition versus the reality of the Jewish poor: The dilemma of the Ashkenazi Jewish Nation." Studia Rosenthalia, 30, 1 (1996): 212-24.

Davis, N.Z. "Religion and capitalism once again? Jewish merchant culture in the seventeenth-century." Representations, 59 (Summer 1997): 56-84.

Divendal, J. "Mozes Cohen Belinfante, Jew to the depth of his soul." Studia Rosenthalia, 31 (1997): 94-137 [Netherlands, Emancipation period 1787-1815].

* Gurock, Jeffrey F., ed. American Jewish History.New York: Routledge, 1998. 8 vols., ill. Vol. 1. The Colonial and Early National Periods, 1654-1840. ISBN: 0415919207

Hagoort, L. "The Del-Sottos, a Portuguese Jewish family in Amsterdam in the seventeenth-century." Studia Rosenthalia, 31 (1997): 31-57.

Keuning, P. "Hebrew and the emancipation of Dutch Jewry." Studia Rosenthalia, 30, 1 (1996): 88-98.

Klooster, W. "Contraband trade by Curacao's Jews with countries of idolatry, 1660-1800." Studia Rosenthalia, 31 (1997): 58-73.

Mendes-Flohr, P. "The emancipation of European Jewry. Why was it not self-evident?" Studia Rosenthalia, 30, 1 (1996): 7-20.

Ramakers, J.J. "Parallel processes? The emancipation of Jews and Catholics in the Netherlands 1795/96-1848." Studia Rosenthalia, 30, 1 (1996): 33-40.

Rosenberg, A. "The adoption of the Dutch language by Dutch Jewry." Studia Rosenthalia, 30, 1 (1996): 151-63.

Salomon, H.P. "The case of Luis Vaz Pimentel: Revelations of early Jewish life in Rotterdam from the Portuguese Inquisition archives." Studia Rosenthalia, 31 (1997): 7-30.

Van Stipriaan, A. "An unusual parallel: Jews and Africans in Suriname in the 18th and 19th centuries." Studia Rosenthalia, 31 (1997): 74-93.

van Voolen, E. "Dutch Jewish art and the emancipation." Studia Rosenthalia, 30, 1 (1996): 109-17.

Vlessing, O. "The Jewish community in transition, from acceptance to emancipation." Studia Rosenthalia, 30, 1 (1996): 195-211.

* Weissler, Chava. Voices of the Matriarchs: Listening to the Prayers of Early Modern Jewish Women. Boston: Beacon Press, 1998. xxvi, 269 pp. ISBN 0-8070-3616-1 -- and see H-NET online review by Dianne Ashton: "This thoughtful and important volume amply rewards the patience of those of us who have long awaited its appearance. Weissler offers us both a careful examination of the tkhines (supplicatory prayers) written by and for women in Ashkenaz as well as a meticulous feminist analysis of their meaning for women and their place in Jewish culture."

[see also title by Heller listed under Bibliography &c.]

LATIN AMERICA

* Clément, J.-P. El Mercurio Peruano, 1790-1795. Frankfurt-Madrid: Vervuert-Iberoamericana, 1997. 2 vols, 307 & 329 pp.

* Mills, Kenneth, & William B. Taylor, eds. Colonial Spanish America: A Documentary History . Wilmington: Scholarly Resources, Inc., 1998. xxiv, 372 pp. ISBN 0-8420-2572-3 (cloth); 0-8420-2573-1 (paper) -- and see H-NET online review by Robert H. Jackson.

MATERIAL CULTURE & THE DECORATIVE ARTS

Emmerson, Robin. "Stubbs and Wedgwood: New Evidence from the Oven Books." Apollo, 150, 450 (New Series) (August 1999): 50-55. [large-scale fired enamels on Wedgwood earthenware]

MARITIME HISTORY

[see title by Cross listed under Russia - History]

MISCELLANEOUS

Nussbaum, Felicity."Thinking Globally." The Center & Clark Newsletter (UCLA Center for 17th- & 18th-Century Studies, William Andrews Clark Memorial Library), 34 (Fall 1999): 2-3 [re: the Center's 1999 program of conferences].

Van Strien-Chardonneau, M. "The correspondence of Andre Thouin (1747-1824) and Martinus Van Marum (1750-1837), 1796-1818." LIAS - Sources and Documents in the Early Modern History of Ideas, 24, 1 (1997): 67-123.

§ Representations, 61 (Winter 1998) is a special issue on "Practices of Enlightenment." Essays include C. Hesse, "Introduction" (1-5); J. Bender, "Enlightenment fiction and the scientific hypothesis" (6-28); J. Sheehan, "Enlightenment details: Theology, natural history, and the letter h" (29-56); E.J. MacArthur, "Embodying the public sphere: Censorship and the reading subject in Beaumarchais' Mariage de Figaro" (57-77); R. Schechter, "Gothic Thermidor: The Bals-des-victimes, the fantastic, and the production of historical knowledge in post-Terror France" (78-94); and R. Reichardt, "Light against darkness: The visual representations of a central Enlightenment concept" (95-148).

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

Pratt, S. "From the margins: The Native American personage in the cartouche and decorative borders of maps." Word & Image, 12, 4 (October-December 1996): 349-65.

* Oberg, Michael Leroy. Dominion and Civility: English Imperialism and Native America, 1585-1685. Cornell University Press, 1999. x, 239 pp. maps. ISBN: 0801435641

NETHERLANDS

Dekker, R.M. "Dutch travel journals from the Sixteenth to the early Nineteenth centuries." LIAS - Sources and Documents in the Early Modern History of Ideas, 22, 2 (1995): 277-99.

Frijhoff, W. "Students and graduates in a local society: The city of Zutphen in Gelderland in the Middle-Ages at the beginning of the 19th-Century." LIAS - Sources and Documents in the Early Modern History of Ideas, 22, 2 (1995): 241-75.

McCants, Anne E. C. "The Not-So-Merry Widows of Amsterdam, 1740-1782." Journal of Family History, 24, 4 (October 1999): 441-67.

Moser, N. "Camoës as a romantic hero: Os Lusiadas as an example of patriotism in the Netherlands between 1766 and 1880." Portuguese Studies, 12 (1996): 55-67.

Peters, M. "Nepotism, patronage and book dedication during the tenure of Nicolaes Witsen (1641-1717) as mayor of Amsterdam." LIAS - Sources and Documents Relating to the Early Modern History of Ideas, 25, 1 (1998): 83-134.

Wallinga, T. "Laurentius Theodorus Gronovius (1648-1724) as a traveller." LIAS - Sources and Documents Relating to the Early Modern History of Ideas, 24, 2 (1997): 245-71.

OCCULT MATTERS

Benedict, Barbara M. "Which Was the Witch?" The Center & Clark Newsletter (UCLA Center for 17th- & 18th-Century Studies, William Andrews Clark Memorial Library), 34 (Fall 1999): 5-6.

[see title by Souza listed under Portugal; by Ryan listed under Russia]

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

Roberts, P.H.; & J.N. Tull. "Moroccan Sultan Sidi Muhammad Ibn Abdallah's diplomatic initiatives toward the United States, 1777-1786." Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, 143, 2 (June 1999): 233-65.

Roudometof, V. "From Rum-Millet to Greek nation: Enlightenment, secularization, and national identity in Ottoman Balkan society, 1453-1821." Journal of Modern Greek Studies, 16, 1 (May 1998): 11-48.

Sasson, J.M. "The king and I: A Mari king in changing perceptions." Journal of the American Oriental Society, 118, 4 (October-December, 1998): 453-70 [Reconstruction of 18th-c middle-Euphrates monarchy].

[see also title by Brothers listed undert Bibliography &c.]

PHILOSOPHY

Giarrizzo, G. "Enlightenment: The parabola of an idea." Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, 141, 4 (December 1997): 436-53.

Stegeman, S. "De Moralitate ac Utilitate Dedicationum: Dedications to and by Theodorus Janssonius Van Almeloveen (1657-1712)." LIAS - Sources and Documents in the Early Modern History of Ideas, 22, 2 (1995): 175-95.

Vercruysse, J. "The concept of game in the 18th-century: The moral ambivalence of encyclopedias and dictionaries." LIAS - Sources and Documents in the Early Modern History of Ideas, 24, 2 (1997): 273-90.

AESTHETICS

Wertz, S.K. "Human nature and art: From Descartes and Hume to Tolstoy." Journal of Aesthetic Education, 32, 3 (Fall 1998): 75-81.

DESCARTES

Massey, L. "Anamorphosis through Descartes or perspective gone awry." Renaissance Quarterly, 50, 4 (Winter 1997): 1148-89.

[see also titles by Wertz listed under Philosophy - Aesthetics; and by Foti listed under Theory]

HUME

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

KANT

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

Tate, J.W. "Kant, Habermas, and the 'philosophical-legitimation' of modernity." Journal of European Studies, 27, 107, 3 (September 1997): 281-322.

POLAND

* Jedlicki, Jerzy. A Suburb of Europe: Nineteenth-Century Polish Approaches to Western Civilization. Budapest: Central European University Press, 1999. 307 pp. ISBN 963-9116-270 - and see review by James J. Sheehan, "Under Western eyes," TLS, 5033 (September 17, 1999): 27.

[see also title by Tereskinas listed under Balkan History]

POLITICAL THOUGHT

[see title by Lutz listed under England - Literature - Scott]

HOBBES

Jacobson, N. "The strange case of the Hobbesian man." Representations, 63 (Summer 1998): 1-12.

MONTESQUIEU

[see title by Jones listed under Russia - History].

ROUSSEAU

Putterman, Ethan. "The Role of Public Opinion in Rousseau's Conception of Property." History of Political Thought, 20, 3(Autumn 1999): 417-437.

Wingrove, E. "Republican romance." Representations, 63 (Summer 1998): 13-38.

SMITH

Harpham, Edward J. "Economics and History: Books II and III of the Wealth of Nations." History of Political Thought, 20, 3 (Autumn, 1999).

PORTUGAL

Curto, D.R. "Contributions to a history of criminal anthropology in Portugal." Portuguese Studies, 14 (1998): 104-121.

Magalhaes, J.R. "Africans, Indians, and slavery in Portugal." Portuguese Studies, 13 (1997): 143-51.

Sa, I.D. "Shaping social space in the centre and periphery of the Portuguese empire: The example of the Misericordias from the sixteenth to the eighteenth century." Portuguese Studies, 13 (1997): 210-21.

Souza, L.D.E. "Demonology, the devil and the image of America." Portuguese Studies, 13 (1997): 159-79.

White, L. "Dom Jorge Mascarenhas: Family tradition and power politics in Habsburg Portugal." Portuguese Studies, 14 (1998): 65-83.

Willis, C. "Colonel George Lake and the battle of Rolica." Portuguese Studies, 12 (1996): 68-77.

[see also title by Moser listed under Netherlands]

RUSSIA - HISTORY

Bushkovitch, P. "Power and the historian: The case of Tsarevich Aleksei 1716-1718 and N.G. Ustrialov 1845-1859." Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, 141, 2 (June 1997): 177-212.

* Cross, A.G., ed. Russia in the Reign of Peter the Great: Old and New Perspectives. Cambridge University, 1998. 190 pp. [Papers from an International Workshop held in Gargnano, Italy, 1997 in which leading specialists survey the État Present of Petrine scholarship].

Cross, A.G. "Professor Thomas Newberry's letter from St Petersburg, 1766, on the Grand Carousel and other matters." Slavonic and East European Review, 76, 3 (July 1998): 484-93 [Russian Naval Noble Cadet Corps].

* Dixon, Simon; A. G. Cross; W. G. Jones; Lindsay Hughes; & Isabel de Madariaga, tr. & ed. Britain and Russia in the Age of Peter the Great: Historical Documents. 1998, 263 pp.(Volume published to mark the 300th anniversary of Peter the Great's stay in England in the course of his Grand Embassy).

* Dixon, Simon. The Modernisation of Russia, 1676-1825. Cambridge University Press (New Approaches to European History, 15), 1999. 256 pp. ISBN: 0-521-37100-7 (cloth); 0-521-37961-X (paper).

* Freeze, Gregory, ed. Russia: A History. Oxford University Press, 1998. 508 pp. ISBN: 0-19-215899-6.

* Hellie, Richard. The Economy and Material Culture of Russia, 1600-1725. University of Chicago Press, 1999. xi, 671 pp. ISBN 0-226-32649-7 -- and see H-NET online review by Marshall Poe

* Hughes, Lindsey. Russia in the Age of Peter the Great. Yale University Press, 1998. 640 pp. ISBN: 0-300-07539-1

Jones, W.G. "The spirit of the 'Nakaz' (Instruction to the Russian Legislative Commission, 1767): Catherine II's literary debt to Montesquieu." Slavonic and East European Review, 76, 4 (October 1998): 658-71.

* Kollmann, Nancy Shields. By Honor Bound: State and Society in Early Modern Russia. Cambridge University Press, 1999. xiii, 296 pp., ill. ISBN 0-8014-3435-1 --and see H-NET online review by Charles J. Halperin

Newlin, T. "Rural ruses: Illusion and anxiety on the Russian estate, 1775-1815." Slavic Review, 57, 2 (Summer 1998): 295-319.

Ryan, W.F. "The witchcraft hysteria in early modern Europe: Was Russia an exception?" Slavic and East European Review, 76, 1 (January 1998): 49-84.

Thurston, P.K. "Doctoral dissertations on Russia, the Soviet Union, Central Asia, and Eastern Europe accepted by universities in the United States, Canada, and Britain, 1996." Slavic Review, 56, 4 (Winter 1997): 825-41.

* Waegmans, Emmanuel. Russia and the Low Countries in the Eighteenth Century. Groningen, INOS (Baltic Studies, 5), 1998. 339 pp.

RUSSIA - LANGUAGE & LITERATURE

Martin, A.M. "The family model of society and Russian national identity in Sergei N. Glinka's Russian Messenger (1808-1812)." Slavic Review, 57, 1 (Spring 1998): 28-49.

Varda, Anna. "Ob Otnoshenii pisatelia k vlasti (na materiale predislovii knigam vtoroi poloviny XVIII veka)." Acta Universitatis Lodziensis, Folia Litteraria Rossica, 1 (1999): 15-23 [in Russian; about the relationship between Russian writers and power in the second half of the 18th century].

Huttl-Folter, Gerta. "O tendentsii k neopredelennosti v russkom sintaksise," in Liki Iazyka (Moskva: RAN, Institut Russkogo Iazyka im. V. V. Vinogradova, 1998), pp. 394-401 [in Russia; about the general tendency towards indefinability of the Russian language in the 18th century].

Tosi, A. "Andrei Kropotov's Istoriya o smurom kaftane (1809): A thematic source for Gogol's Shinel?" Slavonic and East European Review, 76, 4 (October 1998): 601-613.

* Wizgell, Faith. Reading Russian Fortunes: Print Culture, Gender, and Divination in Russia from 1765. Cambridge University Press (Cambridge Studies in Russian Literature), 1998. xi, 250 pp., ill. ISBN 0-521-58123-0 -- and see H-NET online review by W. Arthur McKee.

* Zhivov, Viktor M. Iazyk i kultura v Rossii XVIII veka. Moskva, 1996. 590 pp. [in Russian: language and culture in 18th century Russia.

SCOTLAND - LANGUAGE & LITERATURE

Jones, C. "An early 18th-century Scottish spelling book for ladies." English Studies, 78, 5 (September 1997): 430-50.

SIAM

Smithies, M. "Young Beauregard (c.1665-c.1692): Soldier of misfortune in Siam." Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society, 8, 2 (July 1998): 228-35 [French embassy, 1685].

SPAIN - HISTORY & CULTURE

* Bolufer, M. Mujeres e Ilustración: la construcción de la feminidad en la España del siglo XVIII. Valencia: Institución Alfonso el Magnánimo, 1998. 427 pp.

* Gómez de Enterría, J. Voces de la economía y el comercio en el español del siglo XVIII. Alcalá University Press, 1996. 260 pp.

Gómez de Enterría, J. "Consideraciones sobre la terminología científico-técnica de carácter patrimonial en el español del siglo XVIII." BRAE, 78 (1998): 275-301.

SPAIN & HISPANIC AMERICA - LITERATURE

Baasner, F. "Una época clásica controvertida. La polémica sobre el Siglo de Oro en la historiografía literaria española de los siglos XVIII y XIX." RLit, 60 (1998): 57-78.

* Checa Beltrán, J. Razones del buen gusto (poética española del neoclasicismo). Madrid: CSIC, 1998. 358 pp.

* Haidt, R. Embodying Enlightenment: Knowing the Body in Eighteenth-Century Spanish Literature and Culture. New York: St Martin's Press, 1998. 279 pp.

Polt, J. H. R. "Anton Raphael Mengs in Spanish Literature." In Homenaje a don Luis Monguio (Newark: Juan de la Cuesta, 1997), pp. 351-74.

* Sánchez Blanco, F. El ensayo español 2: el siglo XVIII. Barcelona: Crítica, 1997. 373 pp..

ANDRÉS

Checa Beltrán, J. "Poesía y filosofía: Juan Andrés y el «estilo espiritoso»." RLit, 59 (1997): 423-35.

AZARA, FÉLIX DE

* Mones, Á., & M.-A. Klappenbach. Un ilustrado aragonés en el Virreinato de La Plata: Félix de Azara (1742-1821): estudios sobre su vida, su obra y su pensamiento. Montevideo: Museo Nacional de Historia Natural, 1997. 231 pp.

BLANCO WHITE

Loureiro, A.-G. "The Examination of Blanco by White." REH, 33 (1999): 3-40.

CADALSO

Sebold, R. P. "El subtexto costumbrista de las Noches lúgubres, de Cadalso." Dieciocho, 21 (1998): 7-19.

Scarlett E. "Mapping Out the Cartas Marruecas: Geographical, Cultural, and Gender Coordinates." REH, 33 (1999): 65-83.

CAÑIZARES

* Cañizares, J. de. Don Juan de Espina en su patria. Don Juan de Espina en Milán. S. Paun de García, ed. Madrid: Comunidad de Madrid-Editorial Castalia, 1997. 281 pp.

FERNÁNDEZ DE MORATÍN, LEANDRO

Andioc, R. "Sobre Moratín y Goya," in Goya y Moratín en Burdeos, 1824-1828 (Bilbao: Museo de Bellas Artes de Bilbao, 1998), pp. 9-36.

FORNER

* Cañas Murillo, J., & M.-Á. Lama (eds). Juan Pablo Forner y su época (1756-1797). Mérida: Editora Regional de Extremadura, 1998. 623 pp.

GARCÍA DE LA HUERTA

* García de la Huerta, V. Poesías. M.-Á. Lama, ed. Mérida: Editora Regional de Extremadura, 1997. 602 pp.

GUTIÉRREZ

Sebold, R. P. "Sadismo y sensibilidad en Cornelia Bororquia o la víctima de la Inquisición," in F. García Lara (ed.), I Congreso internacional sobre novela del siglo XVIII (Almería: Almería U. P., 1998), pp. 65-78.

JOVELLANOS

* Anes, G. (ed.). Jovellanos, ministro de Gracia y Justicia. Barcelona: Fundación la Caixa, 1998. 234 pp.

MONTENGÓN

* Montengón, Pedro. Eusebio. Ed. by F. García Lara. Madrid: Cátedra, 1998. 993 pp.

NOROÑA

* Noroña, Conde de. Antología poética. Ed. by S. Fortuño. Madrid: Cátedra, 1997. 273 pp.

SAMANIEGO

Palacios Fernández, E. "Las Fábulas de Félix María de Samaniego: fabulario, bestiario, fisiognomía y lección moral." RLit, 60 (1998): 79-100.

SEMPERE Y GUARINOS

* Sempere y Guarinos, J. Ensayo de una biblioteca española de los mejores escritores del reinado de Carlos III. Valladolid: Junta de Castilla y León-Consejería de Educación y Cultura, 1997. 3 vols.

TRIGUEROS

* Trigueros, C.-M. Los menestrales. Ed. by F. Aguilar Piñal. Sevilla: Sevilla University Press, 1997. 200 pp.

VARGAS PONCE

* Durán López, F. José Vargas Ponce (1760-1821). Ensayo de una bibliografía y crítica de sus obras. Cádiz: Cádiz U. P., 1997. 216 pp.

VIERA Y CLAVIJO

Cebrián, J. "El héroe en la poesía didáctica de Viera y Clavijo." NRFH, 45 (1997): 391-408.

SWEDEN

Jonsson, I. "Swedish culture in a European context." Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, 143, 1 (March 1999): 148-56.

THEATRE HISTORY

GERMANY

Kord, S. "The curtain never rises: Femininity and theater censorship in eighteenth- and nineteenth-century Germany." German Quarterly, 70, 5 (Fall 1997): 358-75.

SPAIN

* Lafarga, F. ed.). El teatro europeo en la España del siglo XVIII: Lérida: Lleida U. P., 1997. 442 pp.

Leza, J.-M. "Metastasio on the Spanish stage: Operatic adaptations in the public theatres of Madrid in the 1730s." Early Music, 26 (1998): 623-30.

* Palacios Fernández, E. El teatro popular español del siglo XVIII. Lérida: Editorial Milenio, 1998. 343 pp.

* Varey, J. E. Cartelera de los títeres y otras diversiones populares de Madrid: 1758-1840. Estudio y documentos. London: Editorial Támesis (Fuentes para la Historia del Teatro en España, VIII), 1995. 495 pp.

THEORY, CRITICISM

Black, D.A. "Synopsis:: a theory of symbolic representation." Yale Journal of Criticism, 10, 2 (Fall 1997): 423-36.

Brooks, P. "Interdisciplinarity and collectivity." Yale Journal of Criticism, 10, 1 (Spring 1997): 1-6.

Brecht, C. "The muse of a historical patchwork: Historicism, realism and literary modernism." Germanic Review, 23 (Summer 1998): 203-19.

* Bublitz, Hannelore. Foucaults Archaeologie des kulturellen Unbewussten. New York: Campus; Frankfurt: Zum Wissensarchiv und Wissensbegehren moderner Gesellschaften, 1999. 327 S. . ISBN 3-593-36218-X -- and see H-NET online review by Dr. Werner Sohn.

Davey, E.K. "'The-words-which-we-are-using-do-not-satisfy-me...' -- Interpreting Derrida: a dissenting view." Journal of European Studies, 27, 105, 1 (March 1997): 1-32.

Dean, P. "Current literature 1996, part 2: Literary theory, history and criticism." English Studies, 79, 1 (January 1998): 48-72.

Dean, P. "Current literature 1997, part 2: Literary theory, history and criticism." English Studies, 80, 1 (February 1999): 50-73.

Detels, C. "History, philosophy, and the canons of the arts." Journal of Aesthetic Education, 32, 3 (Fall 1998): 33-51.

Foti, V.M. "Representation represented: Foucault, Velazquez, Descartes." Postmodern Culture, 7, 1 (September 1996):14-31.

Freeman, M. "Why narrative? Hermeneutics, historical understanding, and the significance of stories." Journal of Narrative and Life History, 7, 1-4 (1997): 169-76.

Friedlander, B. "Poetics, polemic, and the question of intelligibility." Postmodern Culture, 9, 1 (September 1998): u49-u67.

Ghosh, B. "The postcolonial bazaar: Thoughts on teaching the market in postcolonial objects." Postmodern Culture, 9, 1 (September 1998): u3-u27.

Halwani, R. "Literary ethics." Journal of Aesthetic Education, 32, 3 (Fall 1998): 19-32.

Helgerson, R. "Language lessons: Linguistic colonialism, linguistic postcolonialism, and the early modern English nation." Yale Journal of Criticism, 11, 1 (Spring 1998): 289-99.

Helmling, S. "Jameson's Lacan." Postmodern Culture, 7, 1 (September 1996): 1-13.

Herzog, T. "Hybrids and Mischlinge: Translating Anglo-American cultural theory into German." German Quarterly, 70, 1 (Winter 1997): 1-17.

Keller-Cohen, D., & J. Dyer. "Intertextuality and the narrative of personal experience." Journal of Narrative and Life History, 7, 1-4 (1997): 147-53.

Knaller, S., & J. Compton. "Scattered voices. Some remarks on a narrative theory of postcolonial storytelling." Germanic Review, 74, 2 (Spring 1999): 99-115.

Lochrie, K. "Desiring Foucault." Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies, 27, 1 (Winter 1997): 3-16.

Muller, H. "Walter Benjamin's critique of historicism: A rereading." Germanic Review, 71, 4 (Fall 1996)LGER REV, 71: (4) 243-251 FAL 1996

Pickford, H.W. "Critical models: Adorno's theory and practice of cultural criticism." Yale Journal of Criticism, 10, 2 (Fall 1997): 247-70.

Pinsker, S. "Can writing be too clear?" Midwest Quarterly, 39, 4 (Summer 1998): 480-92 [modern critics culticate unclarity & deliberately obfuscate the understanding they profess to seek].

Prince, G. "Narratology and narratological analysis." Journal of Narrative and Life History, 7, 1-4 (1997): 39-44.

Rasch, W. "The latest contest of the faculties: On the necessary antagonism between theory and culture studies." German Quarterly, 69, 4 (Fall 1996): 367-80.

Rieder, J. "The institutional overdetermination of the concept of romanticism." Yale Journal of Criticism, 10, 1 (Spring 1997): 145-63.

Schweitzer, C. "Publishing 'new' canons: The politics and aesthetics of recovering texts." Journal of Scholarly Publishing, 29, 4 (July 1998): 191-211.

U.S. - COLONIAL & FEDERAL HISTORY

* Berkin, Carol, & Leslie Horowitz, ed. Women's Voices, Women's Lives: Documents in Early American History. Boston: Northeastern University Press, 1998. xii, 203 pp. ISBN: 1555533515 (cloth); 1555533507 (paper).

* Burgett, Bruce. Sentimental Bodies: Sex, Gender and Citizenship in the Early Republic. Princeton University Press, 1999. 213 pp. ISBN 0-691-01559-7 -- and see H-NET online review by Edward Larkin.

Cogliano, F.D. "'We all hoisted the American flag': National identity among American prisoners in Britain during the American Revolution." Journal of American Studies, 32, 1 (April 1998): 19-37.

* Dayton, Cornelia Hughes. Women Before the Bar: Gender, Law, and Society in Connecticut, 1639-1789. University of North Carolina Press, 1995. xiv, 382 pp. ISBN: 0807822442 (cloth); 0807845612 (paper).

* Egnal, Marc. New World Economies: The Growth of the Thirteen Colonies and Early Canada. Oxford University Press, 1998. xvii, 236 pp., ill ISBN: 0195114825

* Eldridge, Larry, ed. Women and Freedom in Early America. New York University Press, 1997. xii, 354 pp. ISBN: 0814721931 (cloth); 0814721982 (paper).

* Findling, John E., & Frank W. Thackeray, eds. Events That Changed America in the Eighteenth Century. Greenwood Press, 1998. xi, 209 pp., ill ISBN: 0313290822

* Hoffer, Peter Charles. Law and People in Colonial America. Rev. ed. Johns Hopkins University Press, 1998. xvii, 193 pp. ISBN: 0801858224 (cloth); 080185816X (paper)

* Jabour, Anya. Marriage in the Early Republic: Elizabeth and William Wirt and the Companionate Ideal. The Johns Hopkins University Press (Gender Relations in the American Experience Series), 1998. ix, 217 pp. ISBN 0-8018-5877-1 -- and see H-NET online review by Stephanie Cole.

* Kierner, Cynthia A. Beyond the Household: Women's Place in the Early South, 1700-1835. Cornell University Press, 1998. xii + 295 pp., ill. ISBN 0-8014-3453-X (cloth); 0-08014-8462-6 (paper) - and see H-NET online review by Kirsten E. Wood

* Nobles, Gregory H. American Frontiers: Cultural Encounters and Continental Conquest. New York: Hill & Wang, 1997. xvi, 286 pp., ill., maps. ISBN: 0809024713

* Pestana, Carla Gardina, & Sharon V. Salinger, ed. Inequality in Early America. University Press of New England, 1999. 329 pp., ill. ISBN: 0874519268 (cloth); 0874519276 (paper).

* Purvis, Thomas L. Colonial America to 1763. New York: Facts on File, 1999. ISBN: 0816025274

* Smith, Paul H., ed. Letters of Delegates to Congress, 1774-1789. Vol. 25. March 1, 1788-July 25, 1789. With Supplement, 1774-1789. Washington: Library of Congress, 1998. xxx, 843 pp., ill. ISBN 0-8444-0177-3

* Struna, Nancy L. People of Prowess: Sport, Leisure, and Labor in Early Anglo-America. University of Illinois Press, 1996. x, 271 pp. ISBN: 0252022475 (cloth); 0252065522 (paper)

Tang, E. "Writing the American Revolution: War veterans in the nineteenth-century cultural memory." Journal of American Studies, 32, 1 (April 1998): 63-80.

* Thompson, Peter. Rum Punch and Revolution: Taverngoing and Public Life in Eighteenth-Century Philadelphia. University of Pennsylvania Press, 1999. 265 pp., ill. ISBN 0-8122-1664-4 (paper) -- and see H-NET online review by Judith Ridner.

* Tise,Larry. The American Counterrevolution: A Retreat From Liberty 1783-1800. Mechanicsburg, Pa.: Stackpole Books, 1999. 672 pp. ISBN 0-8117-0100-X -- and see H-NET online review by Joyce Appleby.

* Vaughan, Alden T. Roots of American Racism: Essays on the Colonial Experience. Oxford University Press, 1995. xv, 350 pp. ill., map. ISBN: 0195086864 (cloth; 0195086872 (paper).

* Waldrup, Carole Chandler. Colonial Women: Twenty-three Europeans Who Helped Build a Nation. Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland, 1999. viii, 195 pp. ISBN: 078640664X

* Wood, Betty. The Origins of American Slavery: Freedom and Bondage in the English Colonies. New York: Hill & Wang, 1997. 132 pp., maps. ISBN: 0809074567

Wood, G.S. "The real treason of Aaron Burr." Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, 143, 2 (June 1999): 280-95.

FRANKLIN

Conley, T.K.; & M. Brewer-Anderson. "Franklin and Ingenhousz: A correspondence of interests." Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, 141, 3 (September 1997): 276-96.

JEFFERSON

Manning, S. "Naming of parts; or, the comforts of classification: Thomas Jefferson's construction of America as fact and myth." Journal of American Studies, 39, 3 (December 1996): 345-364.

Marcus, G. "Dock Boggs in Thomas Jefferson's Virginia." Representations, 58 (Spring 1997): 1-23.

Scheer, A. "Thomas Jefferson's 'poor woman': A symbol of sentiment or social inequality?" Midwest Quarterly, 39, 3 (Spring 1998): 329-46.

U.S. - COLONIAL & FEDERAL LITERATURE

* Dowling, William C. Literary Federalism in the Age of Jefferson: Joseph Dennie and the The Port Folio, 1801-1812. University of South Carolina Press, 1999. xv, 127 pp. ISBN 1-57003-243-2 -- and see H-NET online review by Matthew Rainbow Hale.

Nichols, C. "Tabacco and the rise of writing in colonial Maryland." Mississippi Quaretrly, 50, 1 (Winter 1977): 5-17.

* Scheick, William J. Authority and female authorship in colonial America. University Press of Kentucky, 1998. x, 150 pp., ill. ISBN: 0813120543

BROWN

Vickers, A. "Patriarchal and political authority in Wieland." AUMLA - Journal of the Australasian Universities Language and Literature Association, 90 (November, 1998): 1-19.

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