Selected Readings, No 74

November 16, 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

Douglas, Ann. "Crashing the top: Women at elite universities may have broken the ivory ceiling, but they're still battling old-fashioned discrimination." Salon [online magazine], October 11, 1999. Available: http://www.salon.com/books/it/1999/10/11/douglas/index.html

* McCoy, L. Melanie, & Joanne DiGeorgio-Lutz. The Woman-Centered University: Interdisciplinary Perspectives. University Press of America, 1999. 192 pp. ISBN 0-7618-1459-0 (cloth); 0-7618-1459-4 (paper)

AFRICA & THE AFRICAN DIASPORA

* Cugoano, Quobna Ottobah. Thoughts and Sentiments on the Evil of Slavery, And Other Writings. Ed. Vincent Caretta. Penguin Classics, 1999. 224 pp. ISBN: 0-14-043015-6

Larson, P.M. "Capacities and modes of thinking: Intellectual engagements and subaltern hegemony in the early history of Malagasy Christianity." American Historical Review, 102, 4 (October 1997): 962-1002.

Pikirayi, I., & G. Pwiti. "States, traders, and colonists: Historical archaeology in Zimbabwe." Historical Archaeology, 33, 2 (1999): 73-89.

[see also titles by Bilby and by Weik listed under Caribbean History; by Iliffe listed under Economics; by Aylmer listed under England - History; by Craik listed under History of Mathematics]

AUSTRALIA, NEW ZEALAND,
& PACIFIC HISTORY

Frost, L. "Australian agricultural historiography: A survey." Agricultural History, 71, 4 (Fall 1997): 479-90.

Karskens, G. "The dialogue of townscape: The rocks and Sydney, 1788-1820." Australian Historical Studies, 28, 108 (April 1997): 88-112.

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

Perkins, J., & J. Thompson. "Cattle theft, primitive capital accumulation and pastoral expansion in early New South Wales, 1800-1850." Australian Historical Studies, 29, 111 (October 1998): 289-302.

Pickard, J. "The first fences: Fencing the colony of New South Wales, 1788-1823." Agricultural History, 73, 1 (Winter 1999): 46-69.

Quinlan, M. "Regulating labour in a colonial context: Maritime labour legislation in the Australian colonies, 1788-1850." Australian Historical Studies, 29, 111 (October 1998): 303-324.

Woollacott, A. "All this is the empire, I told myself: Australian women's voyages 'home'and the articulation of colonial whiteness." American Historical Review, 102, 4 (October 1997): 1003-1029.

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

 May, James E. " Printed Sources of the 1990s for 18th-Century Studies. Part 3: Recent Studies in 18th-Century Children's Literature" [C18-L Bibliography Series, 3]. Available: http://www.personal.psu.edu/special/C18/maytools3.htm

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

Acheson, T.W. "New Boston and New Brunswick: Anonymous Loyalists in New Hampshire." Acadiensis, 27 (Fall 1998): 3-26.

Bannister, J. "Convict transportation and the colonial state in Newfoundland, 1789." Acadiensis, 27, 2 (Spring 1998): 95-123.

Belier, P.L. "Recent publications relating to the history of the Atlantic Region." Acadiensis, 28, 1 (Fall 1998): 140-242.

Brun, J. "Business women in New France during the 18th-century: The case of Isle Royale." Acadiensis, 27 (Fall 1998): 44-63.

Cahill, B. "The treason of the merchants: Dissent and repression in Halifax in the era of the American Revolution." Acadiensis, 26, 1 (Fall 1996): 52-70.

Campbell, G. "Some recent bibliographies: One user's perspective." Acadiensis, 25, 2 (Spring 1996): 141-150.

Donovan, K. "Slaves and their owners in Ile Royale, 1713-1760." Acadiensis, 25, 1 (Fall 1995): 3-32.

Goddard, P.A. "The Devil in New France: Jesuit demonology, 1611-50." Canadian Historical Review, 78, 1 (March 1997): 40-62.

Greer, A. "Canadian history: Ancient and modern." Canadian Historical Review, 77, 4 (December 1996): 575-90.

Hull, J.P. "From many, two: A bibliographic history of Canadian-American relations." American Studies International, 36, 2 (June 1998): 4-22.

Lockerby, E. "The deportation of the Acadians from Ile St.-Jean, 1758." Acadiensis, 27, 2 (Spring 1998): 5-94.

McGahan, E.W; J. Ritcey; J. MacLeod, et al. "Recent publications relating to the history of the Atlantic region." Acadiensis 26, 1 (Fall 1997): 102-35.

McKillop, A.B. "Who killed Canadian history? A view from the trenches." Canadian Historical Review, 80, 2 (June 1999): 269-99.

Muise, D.A. "Who owns history anyway? Reinventing Atlantic Canada for pleasure and profit." Acadiensis, 27, 2 (Spring 1998): 124-34 [review essay].

Oliver, D.F. "Recent publications relating to Canada." Canadian Historical Review, 79, 3 (September 1998): 565-76; 79, 2 (June 1998): 316-27; 78, 4 (December 1997): 632-45; 78, 2 (June 1997): 258-74; 78, 1(March 1997): 75-92; 77, 44 (Dcember 1996): 591-609; 77, 3 (September 1996): 408-422.

Read, C. "The land records of Old Ontario, 1791-1867." Histoire sociale - Social History, 30, 59 (May 1997): 127-41.

Phillips, J. "Recent publications in Canadian legal history." Canadian Historical Review, 78, 2 (June 1997): 236-57.

"Recent publications relating to Canada." Canadian Historical Review, 78, 3 (September 1997): 511-24.

Rouet, D. "The giving of first names in Port-Royal during the 17th and 18th centuries: Evolution and methods of attribution." Acadiensis, 27, 2 (Spring 1998): 26-44.

Russell, P. "New Brunswick's first copper coinages." Acadiensis, 25, 2 (Spring 1996): 105-16.

Stevenson, M.D. "Recent publications relating to Canada." Canadian Historical Review, 80, 2 (June 1999): 355-75; 80, 1 (March 1999): 83-92;

Thorp, D.B. "Equals of the king: The balance of power in early Acadia." Acadiensis, 25, 2 (Spring 1996): 3-17.

Vickers, D. "The price of fish: A price index for cod, 1505-1892." Acadiensis, 25, 2 (Spring 1996): 92-104.

Young, K.A. "... sauf les perils et fortunes de la mer: Merchant women in New-France and the French transatlantic trade, 1713-46." Canadian Historical Review, 77, 3 (September 1996): 388-407.

CARIBBEAN HISTORY

Bilby, K. "Swearing by the past, swearing to the future: Sacred oaths, alliances, and treaties among the Guianese and Jamaican Maroons." Ethnohistory, 44, 4 (Fall 1997): 655-89.

Clement, C.O. "Settlement patterning on the British Caribbean island of Tobago." Historical Archaeology, 31, 2 (1997): 93-106.

Delle, J.A. "The landscapes of class negotiation on coffee plantations in the Blue Mountains of Jamaica: 1790-1850." Historical Archaeology, 33, 1 (1999): 136-58.

Farnsworth, P. "The influence of trade on Bahamian slave culture." Historical Archaeology, 30, 4 (1996): 1-23/

Scarano, F.A. "The Jibaro masquerade and the subaltern politics of Creole identity formation in Puerto Rico, 1745-1823." American Historical Review, 101, 5 (December 1996): 1398-1431.

Weik, T. "The archaeology of Maroon societies in the Americas: Resistance, cultural continuity, and transformation in the African Diaspora." Historical Archaeology, 31, 2 (1997): 81-92.

[see also title by Craik under History of Mathematics]

CARTOGRAPHY

Biggs, M. "Putting the state on the map: Cartography, territory, and European state formation." Comparative Studies in Society and History. 41, 2 (April 1999): 375-405.

CHINA

Elliott, M.C. "Manchu widows and ethnicity in Qing China." Comparative Studies in Society and History. 41, 1 (January 1999): 33-71.

Marks, R.B. "Commercialization without capitalism: Processes of environmental change in South China, 1550-1850." Environmental History, 1, 1 (January 1996): 56-82.

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

* Craver, Kathleen W. Using Internet Primary Sources to Teach Critical Thinking Skills in History. Greenwood Press, 1999, 296 pp. ISBN: 0-313-30749-0 [includes chapter on 17th-18th centuries]

Gunkel, D.J. "Lingua ex machina: Computer-mediated communication and the tower of Babel." Configurations, 7, 1 (Winter 1999): 61-89.

Perry, L.S. "Internet resources for American and international studies." American Studies International, 34, 2 (October 1996): 25-41.

Rosenzweig, R. "Wizards, bureaucrats, warriors, and hackers: Writing the history of the Internet." American Historical Review, 103, 5 (December 1998): 1530-1552.

[See also title by Everett listed under Economics; by Jones & Maulitz and by Maulitz listed under History of Medicine]

ECONOMICS

Allen, R.C. "Tracking the agricultural revolution in England." Economic History Review, 52, 2 (May 1999): 209 ff.

Benedict, P. "More than market and manufactory: The cities of early modern France." French Historical Studies, 20, 3 (Summer 1997): 511-38.

Britnell, R,H., J. Boulton, R. Pearson, et al. "Review of periodical literature published in 1995." Economic History Review, 50, 1 (February 1997): 133-68.

Britnell, R.H., N. Goose, R. Pearson, et al. "Review of periodical literature published in 1996." Economic History Review, 51, 1 (February 1998): 155-91.

Britnell, R.H., N. Goose, R. Pearson, et al. "Review of periodical literature published in 1997." Economic History Review, 52, 1 (February 1999): 104-43.

Everett, J.E. "Annual review of information technology developments for economic and social historians, 1996." Economic History Review, 50, 3 (August 1997): 543-55.

Everett, J.E. "Annual review of information technology developments for economic and social historians, 1997." Economic History Review, 51, 2 (May 1998): 382-97.

Hale, M. R. Hawkins, M. Partridge, et al. "List of publications on the economic and social history of Great Britain and Ireland published in 1996." Economic History Review, 50, 4 (November 1997): 792-832.

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

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

Harvey, C., E.M. Green, & P.K. Corfield. "Continuity, change, and specialization within metropolitan London: the economy of Westminster, 1750-1820." Economic History Review, 52, 3 (August 1999): 569 ff.

Hitchcock, T. "The Westminster historical database: voters, social structure and electoral behaviour." Economic History Review, 52, 1 (February 1999): 153 ff.

Hoffman, P.T., G. Postel-Vinay, & J.L. Rosenthal. "Information and economic history: How the credit market in old regime Paris forces us to rethink the transition to capitalism." American Historical Review, 104, 1 (February 1999): 69-94.

Iliffe, J. "The South African economy, 1652-1997." Economic History Review, 52, 1 (February 1999): 87-103.

Jackson, T.V. "British incomes circa 1800." Economic History Review, 52, 2 (May 1999): 257 ff.

Maclachlan, F. Cameron. "The Ricardo-Malthus Debate on Underconsumption: A Case Study in Economic Conversation." History of Political Economy, 31, 3 (Fall 1999): 563-74.

  McMaster University Archive for the History of Economic Thought -- The Archive represents an attempt to gather all material for the study of the history of economics at one site. This includes both primary texts, studies of those texts and of their authors. There are mirrors of this site at Bristol and Melbourne. The Paris site, le Centre d'histoire de la penseé economique, features an extensive collection of French texts. Chronology, portraits, and links. Available: http://socserv2.socsci.mcmaster.ca/~econ/ugcm/3ll3/index.html

Nash, R.C. "The balance of payments and foreign capital flows in eighteenth-century England: A comment." Economic History Review, 50, 1 (February 1997): 110-28; and see response by E.S. Brezis, "Did foreign capital flows finance the industrial revolution? A reply" (129-32).

Pearson, R. "Towards an historical model of services innovation: The case of the insurance industry, 1700-1914." Economic History Review, 50, 2 (May 1997): 235 ff.

Pesciarelli, Enzo. "Aspects of the Influence of Francis Hutcheson on Adam Smith." History of Political Economy, 31, 3 (Fall 1999): 525-46.

"Recent publications in history and historiography." English Historical Review, 113, 454 (November 1998): 1402 ff.

Rosenband, L.N. "Jean-Baptiste Reveillon: A man on the make in Old Regime France." French Historical Studies, 20, 3 (Summer 1997): 481-510.

Rothschild, E. "An alarming commercial crisis in eighteenth-century Angouleme: Sentiments in economic history." Economic History Review, 51, 2 (May 1998): 268 ff.

Schwarz, L. "English servants and their employers during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries." Economic History Review, 52, 2 (May 1999): 236 ff.

Siddle, D.J. "Migration as a strategy of accumulation: Social and economic change in eighteenth-century Savoy." Economic History Review, 50, 1 (February 1997): 1 ff.

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

Song, B.K. Landed interest, local government, and the labour market in England, 1750-1850." Economic History Review, 51, 3 (August 1998): 465 ff.

Sullivan, C.R. "The first chair of political economy in France: Alexandre Vandermonde and the Principles of Sir James Steuart at the Ecole-normale of the Year III." French Historical Studies, 20, 4 (Fall 1997): 635-54.

Wilson, R.G., & A.L. Mackley. "How much did the English country house cost to build, 1660-1880?" Economic History Review, 52, 3 (August 1999): 436 ff.

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

Wright, J.F. "British government borrowing in wartime, 1750-1815." Economic History Review, 52, 2 (May 1999): 355-61.

[see also title by Wrigley listed under History of Sexuality & Reproduction; by Garner & Salvucci listed under Latin America]

ENGLAND - HISTORY

Armitage, D. "Greater Britain: A useful category of historical analysis?" American Historical Review, 104, 2 (April 1999): 427-45.

Aylmer, G.E. "Slavery under Charles II: The Mediterranean and Tangier." English Historical Review, 114, 456 (April 1999): 378-88.

Black, J. "Eighteenth-century English politics: Recent work." Albion, 28, 4 (Winter 1996): 607-33.

Caunce, S. "Farm servants and the development of capitalism in English agriculture." Agricultural History Review, 45, 1 (1997): 49-60.

Conway, S. "The politics of British military and naval mobilization, 1775-83." English Historical Review, 112, 449 (November 1997): 1179-1201.

Cruickshanks, E. "Charles Spencer, Third Earl of Sunderland, and Jacobitism." English Historical Review, 113, 450 (February 1998): 65-76 -- followed by C. Jones' response, " Evidence, interpretation and definitions in Jacobite historiography: A reply to Eveline Cruickshanks," 65-76.

Duncan, S; C. Duncan; & S. Scott. "The origins, interactions and causes of the cycles in grain prices in England, 1450-1812." Agricultural History Review, 46, 1 (1998): 1-14.

Greaves, R.L. "'Let truth be free': John Bunyan and the restoration crisis of 1667-1673." Albion, 28, 4 (Winter 1996): 587-605.

Harris, B. "Patriotic commerce and national revival: The Free British Fishery Society and British politics, c1749-58." English Historical Review, 114, 456 (April 1999): 285-313.

Harris, B., & J. Black. "John Tucker, MP and mid-eighteenth century British politics." Albion, 29, 1 (Spring 1997): 15-38.

Harris, Tim. "What's new about the Restoration?" Albion, 29, 2 (Summer 1997): 187-222.

Knights, M. "A City revolution: The remodelling of the London livery companies in the 1680s." English Historical Review, 112, 449 (November 1997): 1141-1178.

Lock, F.P. "Unpublished Burke letters, 1783-96." English Historical Review, 112, 445 (February 1997): 119-41.

Lock, F.P. "Unpublished Burke letters (II), 1765-97." English Historical Review, 114, 457 (June 1999): 636-57.

McCahill, M.W. "Open elites: Recruitment to the French noblesse and the English aristocracy in the eighteenth century." Albion, 30, 4 (Winter 1998): 599-629.

Moore-Colyer, R. "Land and people in Northamptonshire: Great-Oakley, c1750-1850." Agricultural History Review, 45, 2 (1997): 149-64 [tenantry & grazing rights].

"Notices of periodical and occasional publications, mainly of 1996." English Historical Review, 112, 448 (September 1997): 1033-1110.

"Notices of periodical and occasional publications, mainly of 1997." English Historical Review, 113, 453 (September 1998): 1049-1110.

Pocock, J.G.A. "The new British history in Atlantic perspective: An antipodean commentary." American Historical Review, 104, 2 (April 1999): 490-500.

"Recent publications in history." English Historical Review, 112, 449 (November 1997): 1356-62.

Swett, K.W. "'The account between us': Honor, reciprocity and companionship in male friendship in the later seventeenth century." Albion, 31, 1 (Spring 1999): 1-30.

Thale, M. "The case of the British Inquisition: Money and women in mid-eighteenth-century London debating societies." Albion, 31, 1 (Spring 1999): 31-48.

Turner, M. "Counting sheep: Waking up to new estimates of livestock numbers in England, c.1800." Agricultural History Review, 46, 2 (1998): 142-61.

Turner, M.J. "The limits of abolition: Government, saints and the 'African Question', c.1780-1820." English Historical Review, 112, 446 (April 1997): 319-57.

Wade-Martins, S., & T. Williamson. "The development of the lease and its role in agricultural improvement in East Anglia, 1660-1870." Agricultural History Review, 46, 2 (1998): 127-41.

Wells, R. "Mr William Cobbett, Captain Swing, and King William IV." Agricultural History Review, 45, 1 (1997): 34-48.

Woolf, D.R. "A feminine past? Gender, genre, and historical knowledge in England, 1500-1800." American Historical Review, 103, 3 (June 1997): 645-79.

ENGLAND - LITERATURE

  Bartleby Verse -- online collection of English and American verse from 1250--1920 AD (the Bartleby Library compiles its texts from print collections now out of copyright, including The Oxford Book of English Verse, Yale Book of American Verse, Modern British Poetry, Modern American Poetry, Metaphysical Lyrics & Poems of the 17th C., and The Golden Treasury). Available: http://www.bartleby.com/verse/

Cole, Richard C. "William Tasker Revisited." Notes and Queries, 244 (September 1999): 365-68.

* Donovan, Josephine. Women and the Rise of the Novel, 1405-1726. St Martin's Press, 1998. 192 pp. 0-312-21827-3

Frohock, Richard. "America in British Consciousness, 1660-1750." Teaching the Eighteenth Century [ASECS Teaching Award Pamphlets], 7 (1999): 59-72.

Groom, Nick. :Letters from Thomas Percy to Thomas Astle: Notes on Wynkyn de Worde and the Rowley Controversy." Notes and Queries, 244 (September 1999):360-64.

Harkin, Maureen. "Literary and Visual Culture in Eigheenth-Century Britain." Teaching the Eighteenth Century [ASECS Teaching Award Pamphlets], 7 (1999): 1-15 [incorporating a special unit on Women and the Arts in Eighteenth-Century Britain].

* Jenkins, Hugh. Feigned Commonwealths: The Country-House Poem and the Fashioning of the Ideal Community. Duquesne University Press, 1998. ISBN: 0-8207-0292-7

* Nilsen, Don L.F. Humor in Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century British Literature: A Reference Guide. Greenwood Press, 1998. 312 pp. ISBN 0-313-29705-3

* Rowland, Jon Thomas. "Swords in Myrtle Dress'd," Toward a Rhetoric of Sodom: Gay Readings of Homosexual Politics and Poetics in the Eighteenth Century. Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 1998. 248 pp. ISBN: 0-8386-3760-4 [Homophobic Tracts; William Arnall's Letter to Dr. Codex, Philalethes' The Parson and His Clerk, Thomas Gilbert's A View of the Town; Wadham College; Hervey; Mr. Bradbury's Case Truly Stated; Akenside; Wilkes, Churchill, and George III (the Schoolboy King)]

Teare, Elizabeth. "Knaves and Fools: History, Satire, and the Rise of the Novel." Teaching the Eighteenth Century [ASECS Teaching Award Pamphlets], 7 (1999): 73-89

Thorne, Jennifer. "Eighteenth-Century British Orientalism." Teaching the Eighteenth Century [ASECS Teaching Award Pamphlets], 7 (1999): 31-44.

Waterhouse, William C. "'Insignia Viralia' in the Memoirs of Martinus Scriblerius" [by Pope, Swift and Arbuthnot]. Notes and Queries, 244 (September 1999): 356.

AUSTEN

Benedict. Barbara. "Reading by the Book in Northanger Abbey." Persuasions Online, 20, 1 (Summer 1999) -- Available: http://www.jasna.org/pol01/benedict.html

Enhoffer, Tina. "Chances Are-The Role of Fortune in Jane Austen's Novels." Persuasions Online, 20, 1 (Summer 1999) -- Available: http://www.jasna.org/pol01/enhoffer.html

Gilbert, Deirdre E. "'Willy-Nilly' and Other Tales of Male-Tails: Rightful and Wrongful Laws of Landed Property in Northanger Abbey and Beyond." Persuasions Online, 20, 1 (Summer 1999) -- Available: http://www.jasna.org/pol01/gilbert.html

Graham, Jean. "Austen and the Advantage of Height." Persuasions Online, 20, 1 (Summer 1999) -- Available: http://www.jasna.org/pol01/graham.html

Koppel, Gene. "Mansfield Park and Morgan's Passing: Jane Austen's and Anne Tyler's Problem Novels." Persuasions Online, 20, 1 (Summer 1999) -- Available: http://www.jasna.org/pol01/koppel.html

Parrill, Sue. :Metaphors of Control: Physicality in Emma and Clueless." Persuasions Online, 20, 1 (Summer 1999) -- Available: http://www.jasna.org/pol01/parrill.html

* Poplawski, Paul. A Jane Austen Encyclopedia. Greenwood Press, 1998. 440 pp. ISBN 0-313-30017-8

Rogers, Henry N., III. "'Of Course You Can Trust Me!': Jane Austen's Narrator in Northanger Abbey." Persuasions Online, 20, 1 (Summer 1999) -- Available: http://www.jasna.org/pol01/rogers.html

Shubinsky, Diane. "Sense and Sensibility: An Eighteenth-Century Narrative." Persuasions Online, 20, 1 (Summer 1999) -- Available: http://www.jasna.org/pol01/shubinsky.html

Wiesenfarth, Joseph. "The Invention of Civility in Northanger Abbey." Persuasions Online, 20, 1 (Summer 1999) -- Available: http://www.jasna.org/pol01/wiesenfarth.html

§ Persuasions, Occasional Papers No. 3 (Fall, 1999), is devoted to the topic, "Emma on Film." Online papers include, Kenneth Turan, "Introduction to Emma on Film"; Sarah R. Morrison, "Emma Minus Its Narrator: Decorum and Class Consciousness in Film Versions of the Novel"; Robert Eggleston, "Emma, the Movies, and First-year Literature Classes"; Sally Palmer, "Robbing the Roost: Reinventing Socialism in Diarmuid Lawrence's Emma"; Sue Parrill, "The Cassandra of Highbury: Miss Bates on Film"; William Phillips & Louise Heal, "Extensive Grounds and Classic Columns: Emma on Film"; Linda Troost and Sayre Greenfield, "Filming Highbury: Reducing the Community in Emma to the Screen"; Christine Colón, "The Social Constructions of Douglas McGrath's Emma: Earning a Place on Miss Woodhouse's Globe"; Lisa Hopkins, "Emma and the Servants"; Melissa Mazmanian, " Reviving Emma in a Clueless World: The Current Attraction to a Classic Structure."

BLAKE

* DiSalvo, Jackie, & G.A. Rosso. Blake, Politics and History. Garland Publishing (Wellesley Studies in Critical Theory, Literary History and Culture), 1998. 422 pp., ill. ISBN 0-8153-1679-8

BURNEY

Choi, Samuel. "Signing Evelina: Female Self-Inscription in the Discourse of Letters." Studies in the Novel, 31, 3 (Fall 1999): 259-78.

Justice, George. "Frances Burney's Revision of Camilla." Notes and Queries, 244 (September 1999): 368-69.

DRYDEN

* Gelber, Michael Werth. The Just and the Lively: The Literary Criticism of John Dryden. Manchester University Press, 1999. 342 pp. ISBN 0-7190-5414-1

FIELDING, HENRY

Amory, Hugh. "Fielding's Latin Poem: A Correction." Notes and Queries, 244 (September 1999): 356-58.

GIBBON

Breeze, Andrew. "Gibbon's Memoirs and Queenborough Castle, Kent." Notes and Queries, 244 (September 1999): 364-65.

GODWIN

* Graham, Kenneth W. William Godwin Reviewed: A Reception History 1783-1834. New York: AMS Press, Inc., 2000. xiv+607 pp. ISBN 0-404-64450-3.

GRAY

* McCarthy, B. Eugene. Thomas Gray: The Progress of a Poet. Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 1997. 280 pp. 0-8386-3715-9

JOHNSON

Berglund, Lisa. "Samuel Johnson and the Eighteenth-Century Reader." Teaching the Eighteenth Century [ASECS Teaching Award Pamphlets], 7 (1999): 45-58.

* Kemmerer, Kathleen Nulton. A Neutral Being Between the Sexes : Samuel Johnson's Sexual Politics. Bucknell University Press, 1998. ISBN: 0-8387-5387-6

* Wechselblatt, Martin. Bad Behavior: Samuel Johnson and Modern Cultural Authority. Bucknell University Press, 1998. ISBN: 0-8387-5329-9

[see also title by Sharma listed under History of Medicine]

POPE

[see title by Berland, Gilliam and Lockridge listed under U.S. - Colonial & Federal Literature - Byrd]

STERNE

Loveridge, Mark. "Walter's White Bear in Tristram Shandy. Notes and Queries, 244 (September 1999): 358-60.

EUROPEAN HISTORY

Graeber, D. "Manners, deference, and private property in early modern Europe." Comparative Studies in Society and History, 29, 4 (October 1997): 694-728.

Vardi, L. "Imagining the harvest in early modern Europe." American Historical Review, 101, 5 (December 1996): 1357-97.

FICTION & POETRY
WITH AN 18TH-CENTURY HISTORICAL SETTING

Demos, J. "In search of reasons for historians to read novels..." American Historical Review, 103, 5 (December 1998): 1526-1529.

Hunt, L. "'No longer an evenly flowing river': Time, history, and the novel." American Historical Review, 103, 5 (December 1998): 1517-1521.

* Marcellino, Fred. I, Crocodile. Harper Collins, 1999. 32 pp., ill. ISBN: 0062051687 [A witty, beautifully illustrated children's book about Napoleon's collecting in Egypt in the 1790s, and the disposition of the collected things: "Ah, the contented life of a Nile crocodile, direct descendant of the ancient Pharaoh-worshiped Egyptian crocs. Delectable fish for dinner, exquisite pink flamingo for dessert. Life is good... until Napoleon shows up, that is. This greedy emperor wants one of everything in sight--mummies, obelisks, and yes, a crocodile for a Parisian fountain display. The nerve! But, well, life isn't all bad in Paris. Soon our hero is the "Toast of the Tuileries! The Darling of the Empire!" Life is good again... until that fickle emperor gets a hankering for Crocodile pie with Egyptian onions. It's time for this rascally reptile to make a quick getaway..."]

§ American Neptune, 57, 4 (Fall 1997) is a special issue on the maritime fiction of James Fenimore Cooper. Titles include W. Franklin, "Introduction: Becoming James Fenimore Cooper" (299-314); T. Philbrick, "Fact or fiction: Uses of Maritime history in Cooper's Afloat and Ashore" (315-21); W.S. Dudley, "James Fenimore Cooper's Ned Myers: A life before the Mast" (323-29); R.D. Madison, "Nelson Resartus: Legitimate order in Cooper's fleet novel" (331-34); "Illustrations from J.F. Cooper's History of the Navy of the United States" (335-41); H. Egan, "Enabling and disabling the Lake-Erie discussion: James Fenimore Cooper and Alexander Slidell Mackenzie respond to the Perry-Elliott controversy" (343-50); W. Franklin, "Cooper as passenger" (351-57); H.D. Langley, "Images of the sailor in the novels of James Fenimore Cooper" (359-70); R.D. Madison, "Cooper and the sea: A bibliographical note" (371-72).

FRANCE - HISTORY

Andress, D. "The denial of social conflict in the French Revolution: Discourses around the Champ de Mars massacre, 17 July 1791." French Historical Studies, 22, 2 (Spring 1999): 183-209.

Andress, D. "Press and public in the French-Revolution: A Parisian case-study from 1791." European History Quarterly, 28, 1 (January 1998): 51-80.

Bailey, C.R. "Monarchic survivors in France's Revolutionary government: The slow eclipse of ministers of the interior, 1793-4." European History Quarterly, 29, 3 (July 1999): 381-417.

* Beaurepaire, Pierre-Yves. L'Autre et le Frère: L'étranger et la Franc-Maçonnerie en France au XVIIIe siècle. Paris: Éditions Honoré Champion, 1998. 872 pp. ISBN 2-85203-849-8

Black, J. "Rewriting the revolution: French Revolution studies." European History Quarterly, 27, 1 (January 1997): 127-37 (review article).

Bossenga, G. "Rights and citizens in the Old Regime." French Historical Studies, 20, 2 (Spring 1997): 217-43.

Chappell, C.L. "'The pains I took to save my/his family': Escape accounts by a Huguenot mother and daughter after the revocation of the Edict of Nantes." French Historical Studies, 22, 1 (Winter 1999): 1-64.

Christofferson, Michael Scott. "An Antitotalitarian History of the French Revolution: François Furet's Penser la Revolution française in the Intellectual Politics of the Late 1970s." French Historical Studies, 22, 4 (Fall 1999): 557-612.

Cole, J.R. "Debunking Roussel's 'report' on the Society of Revolutionary Republican Women." French Historical Studies, 21, 1 (Winter 1998): 181-91.

Desan, S. "'War between brothers and sisters': Inheritance law and gender politics in revolutionary France." French Historical Studies, 20, 4 (Fall 1997): 597-634.

Donovan, J.M. "Magistrates and juries in France, 1791-1952." French Historical Studies, 22, 3 (Summer 1999): 379-420.

Dupuy, Pascal. "Réflexions anglaises sur la revolution de France." Annales historiques de la revolution française, 317 (juillet-septembre 1999): 537-42.

Fauve-Chamoux, A. "Household and family in 17th century France." Acta Poloniæ Historica, 77 (1998): 79-97.

Gemie, S. "France and the Val-d'Aran: Politics and nationhood on the Pyrenean border, c.1800-1825." European History Quarterly, 28, 3 (July 1998): 311-45.

Gruder, V.R. "Whither revisionism? Political perspectives on the Ancien Regime." French Historical Studies, 20, 2 (Spring 1997): 245-85.

Hafter, D.M. "Female masters in the Ribbonmaking Guild of eighteenth century Rouen." French Historical Studies, 20, 1 (Winter 1997): 1-14.

Hanley, S. "Social sites of political practice in France: Lawsuits, civil rights, and the separation of powers in domestic and state government, 1500-1800." American Historical Review, 102, 1 (February 1997): 27-52.

Hanson, P.R. "Monarchist clubs and the pamphlet debate over political legitimacy in the early years of the French Revolution." French Historical Studies, 21, 2 (Spring 1998): 299-324.

Hardwick, J. "Seeking separations: Gender, marriages, and household economies in early modern France." French Historical Studies, 21, 1 (Winter 1998): 157-80.

Herubel, J.P.V. "Recent articles on French history." French Historical Studies, 20, 1 (Winter 1997): 113-24.

Herubel, J.P.V. "Recent articles on French history." French Historical Studies, 21, 1 (Winter 1998): 197-205.

* Jourdan, Annie. Les Monumens dela Révolution 1770-1704: Une histoire de représentation. Paris: Éditions Honoré Champion, 1997. 560 pp. ISBN 2-85203-654-1

Kettering, S. "The household service of early modern French noblewomen." French Historical Studies, 20, 1 (Winter 1997): 55-85.

McCoy, R.K. "The Societé Populaire at Sainte Marie aux Mines: Local culture and national identity in an Alsatian community during the French Revolution." European History Quarterly, 27, 4 (October 1997): 435-74.

Milewska, M. "Revolutionary Hell. The representation of the Devil and Hell in French political literature 1789-1799." Acta Poloniæ Historica, 78 (1998): 103-13.

Nachison, B. "Absentee Government and provincial governors in early modern France: The Princes of Conde and Burgundy, 1660-1720." French Historical Studies, 21, 2 (Spring 1998): 265-97.

* Porset, Charles. Hiram Sans-Culotte? Franc-maçonnerie, Lumières et Révolution: Trente ans d'études et de recherches. Paris: Éditions Honoré Champion, 1998. 448 pp. ISBN 2085203-861-7

Schaeper, ThomasJ. "Recent books and dissertations on French history." French Historical Studies, 19, 4 (Fall 1996): 1225-1241.

Schaeper, Thomas J. "Recent books and dissertations on French history." French Historical Studies, 20, 4 (Fall 1997): 779-94.

Schhaeper, Thomas J. "Recent Books and Dissertations on French History." French Historical Studies, 22, 4 (Fall 1999): 659-66.

Smith, David Kammerling. "Learning Politics: The Nimes Hosiery Guild and the Statutes Controversy of 1706-1712." French Historical Studies, 22, 4 (Fall 1999): 493-534.

Smith, J.M. "No more language games: Words, beliefs, and the political culture of early modern France." American Historical Review, 102, 5 (December 1997): 1413-1440.

* Stefanovska, Malina. Saint-Simon, un historien dans les marges. Paris: Éditions Honoré Champion, 1998. 216 pp. ISBN 2-85203-846-3

Swann, J. "Power and provincial politics in Eighteenth-century France: The Varenne Affair, 1757-1763." French Historical Studies, 21, 3 (Summer 1998): 441-74.

Weisbrod, Andrea. "Die Stellung der maitresse en titre in Frankreich im 18. Jahrhundert im Spannungsfeld zwischen politischem Amt und informeller Macht: eine Untersuchung am Beispiel der Madame de Pompadour" ["The position of the official mistress in eighteenth century france: a study based on the example of Madame de Pompadour"]. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Hamburg, Germany, June 1999. Dir. Prof. Dr. Barbara Vogel.

§ French Historical Studies, 19, 4 (Fall 1996) is a special issue on biography; selected titles include: A.L. Moote, "Introduction: New bottles and new wine, The current state of early modernist biographical writing" (911-26); M. Stefanovska, :A monumental triptych: Saint Simon's Parallel des trois premiers rois Bourbons (927-42); E.W. Marvick, "Psychobiography and the early modern French court: Notes on method with some examples" (943-963); J.C. Rule, "A career in the making: The education of Jean-Baptiste Colbert, Marquis de Torcy" (967-996); N.R. Gelbart, "The monarchy's midwife who left no memoirs" (997-1023); T.E. Kaiser, "Madame de Pompadour and the theatres of power" (1025-1044); J.B. Margandant, "Biographical writing in modern France: The new biography in historical practice" (1045-1058); B.G. Smith, "History and genius: The narcotic, erotic, and baroque life of Germaine de Stael" (1059-1081).

§ French Historical Studies, 21, 2 (Spring 1998) includes a special forum on Chartier's On the Edge of the Cliff. Titles include Bonnie C. Smith, "Critical pragmatism, language, and cultural history" (213-20); Jonathan Dewald, "Roger Chartier and the fate of cultural history" (221-40); William H. Sewell, "Language and practice in cultural history: Backing away from the edge of the cliff" (241-54), and a reply to Roger Chartier, "Writing the practices" (255-64).

FRANCE - LITERATURE

Brown, Gregory S. "After the Fall: The Chute of a Play, Droits d'Auteur, and Literary Property in the Old Regime." French Historical Studies, 22, 4 (Fall 1999): 465-92.

* Cusset, Catherine. Les Romanciers du plaisir. Essai. Paris: Éditions Honoré Champion, 1998. 145 pp. ISBN 2-85203-745-9

* Hartmann, Pierre. Le Contrat et la Séduction. Essai sur la subjectivité amoureuse dans le roman des Lumières. Paris: Éditions Honoré Champion, 1998. 480 pp. ISBN 2-85203-685-1

* Laplace, Roselyne. Monvel: Un aventurier du théâtre au siècle des Lumières. Paris: Éditions Honoré Champion, 1998. 416 pp. ISBN 2-85203-794-7

Pernoo-Becache, Marianne & Sylvain Fort. "Bibliographie de la littérature française." Revue d'histoire littéraire de la France, 99, 4 (juillet-août 1999): 615-42, 794-95 et 828-39.

* Rossi, Henri. Mémoires aristocratiques féminins (1789-1848). Paris: Éditions Honoré Champion, 1998. 552 pp. ISBN 2-85203-838-2

Steinberger, Deborah. "A New Look at the comédie larmoyante." L'ésprit créateur, 39, 3 (automne, 1999): 64-75.

* Tarin, René. le Théâtre de la Constituante ou l'école du peuple. Paris: Éditions Honoré Champion, 1998. 352 pp. ISBN 2-85203-666-5

* Van Crugten-André, Valérie. Le Roman du libertinage, 1782-1815: Redécouverte et réhabilitation. Paris: Éditions Honoré Champion, 1997. 528 pp. ISBN 2-85203-652-5

BOILEAU

* Corum, Robert T. Reading Boileau: An Integrative Study of the Early Satires. Purdue University Press (Purdue Studies in Romance Literatures, 15), 1998. 176 pp. ISBN 1-55753-110-2

CASANOVA

* Luna, Marie-Françoise. Casanova mémorialiste. Paris: Éditions Honoré Champion, 1998. 560 pp. ISBN 2-85203-923-0

CRÉBILLON(S)

* Cazenobe, Colette. Crébillon fils ou la politique dans la boudoir. Paris: Éditions Honoré Champion, 1997. 216 pp. ISBN 2-85203-612-6

DIDEROT ET LES ENCYCLOPEDISTES

* Dictionnaire de Diderot. Publié sous la direction de Roland Mortier et Raymond Trousson. Paris: Éditions Honoré Champion, 1999. 1 vol., 550 pp. ISBN 2-7453-0067-9

* Rousseau, Nicolas. Diderot: L'écriture romanesque à l'épreuve du sensible. Paris: Éditions Honoré Champion, 1997. 264 pp. ISBN 2-85203-573-1

* Trousson, Raymond. Images de Diderot en France 1784-1913. Paris: Éditions Honoré Champion, 1997. 400 pp. ISBN 2-85203-3

FONTENELLE

* Marchal, Roger. Fontenelle à l'aube des Lumières. Paris: Éditions Honoré Champion, 1997. 224 pp. ISBN 2-85203-649-5

LESAGE

Martin, Isabelle. "Usage et esthetique du miroir dans une piece orientale: La Statue merveilleuse de Lesage." L'ésprit créateur, 39, 3 (automne, 1999): 47-55.

MONTESQUIEU

* Desgraves, Louis. Chronologie critique de la vie et des œuvres de Montesquieu. Paris: Éditions Honoré Champion, 1998. 616 pp. ISBN 2-85203-881-1

PREVOST

* Prévost. Mémoires d'un honnête homme. Postface, notes, index et bibliographie par Érik Leborgne, Maître de conférence à Paris III. Texte de l'édition originale de 1745. Éditions Lampsaque, 1999. ISBN: 2911825012

ROUSSEAU

* Adamy Fernandez, Paule. Les Corps de Jean-Jacques Rousseau. Paris: Éditions Honoré Champion, 1997. 663 pp. ISBN 2-85203-655-X

* Coz, Michel. La Cène et l'autre scène: Désir et profession de foi chez J.-J. Rousseau. Paris: Éditions Honoré Champion, 1998. 324 pp. ISBN 2-85203-844-7

* Crogiez, Michèle. Rousseau et la paradoxe. Paris: Éditions Honoré Champion, 1997. 752 pp. ISBN 2-85203-616-9

* Gyalokay, M.-A. Rousseau, Northrop Frye et la Bible: Essai de mythocritique. Paris: Éditions Honoré Champion, 1999. 216 pp. ISBN 2-7453-0063-6

* Pulcini, Elena. Amour passion et amour conjugal. Rousseau et l'origine d'un conflit moderne. Paris: Éditions Honoré Champion, 1998. 264 pp. ISBN 2-85203-784-X

* Trousson, Raymond, et Frédéric Eigeldinger. Jean-Jacques Rousseau au jour de jour. Chronologie. Paris: Éditions Honoré Champion, 1998. 436 pp. ISBN 2-85203-922-2

SADE

* Dangeville, Sylvie. «La théâtre change et représente»: Lecture critique des oeuvres du Marquis de Sade.

VOLTAIRE

Gay, Peter. "Me and Him." New York Times Book Review, October 24, 1999: 51 [parody: Rousseau a.k.a. Gay starts a life of Voltaire, using fictional characters]

GERMANY, PRUSSIA, AUSTRO-HUNGARIAN
EMPIRE - HISTORY

Friedrichs, C.R. "But are we any closer to home?: Early modern German urban history since German Home Towns." Central European History, 30, 2 (1997): 163-97.

Hagemann, K. "Of 'manly valor' and 'German honor': Nation, war, and masculinity in the age of the Prussian uprising against Napoleon." Central European History, 30, 2 (1997): 187-220

Kizik, E. "Christening feasts in Prussian towns from the 16th to the 18th century." Acta Poloniæ Historica, 79 (1999): 37-62.

Middell, Matthias. "La Revolution française et l'Allemagne: du paradigme comparatiste à la recherche des transferts culturels." Annales historiques de la revolution française, 317 (juillet-septembre 1999): 427-54.

* Rurup, Reinhard, ed. The Problem of Revolution in Germany, 1789-1990. Berg, January 2000. 256 pp. ISBN 1-85973-276-3

Wilson, P.H. "War in German thought from the peace of Westphalia to Napoleon." European History Quarterly, 28, 1 (January 1998): 5-50.

GERMANY - LITERATURE

Calvie, Lucien. "Antiquité et revolution française dans la pensée et les lettres allemandes à la fin du XVIIIe siècle." Annales historiques de la revolution française, 317 (juillet-septembre 1999): 455-76.

[see also title by Tantillo listed under History of Science]

GOETHE

Beucker, Brigitte. "The Material Image in Goethe's Wahlverwandtschaften." Germanic Review, 74, 3 (Summer 1999): 195-213.

* Goethe. Maxims and Reflections. Tr. Elisabeth Stopp, ed. Peter Hutchinson. Penguin Classics, 1999. 208 pp. ISBN 0-14-044720-2

[see also title by Duck listed under History of Science]

SCHILLER

* Schiller, Friedrich. Mary Stuart.. Tr. F.J. Lamport. Penguin Classics, 1999. 176 pp. ISBN: 0-14-044711-3

HISTORIOGRAPHY

Eley, G. "Problems with culture: German history after the linguistic turn." Central European History, 31,3 (1998): 197-227.

Ghosh, P.R. "Macaulay and the heritage of the Enlightenment." English Historical Review, 112, 446 (April 1997): 358-95.

Hause, S.C. "The evolution of social history." French Historical Studies, 19, 4 (Fall 1996): 1191-1214 [review article].

Rogers, E.M., & S.H. Rogers, "Significant books on agricultural history published in 1996." Agricultural History, 71, 4 (Fall 1997): 491-501."

Shapin, S. "Rarely pure and never simple: Talking about truth." Configurations, 7, 1 (Winter 1999): 1-14.

Stevens, J. "Ideology and social structure." Comparative Studies in Society and History, 39, 2 (April 1997): 401-409 [review article].

Steinmetz, G. "Critical realism and historical sociology." Comparative Studies in Society and History, 40, 1 (January 1998): 170-76 [review article].

§ American Historical Review, 102, 5 (December 1997) includes a special section on collective memory; essays include "History and memory" (1371); S.A. Crane, "Writing the individual back into collective memory" (1372); A. Confino, "Collective memory and cultural history: Problems of method" (1386).

[see also title by Brooke listed under History of Science]

HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE

Arnold, Dana. "London Bridge and its Symbolic Identity in the Regency Metropolis: the dialectic of civic and national pride." Art History, 22, 4 (November 1999): 545-566.

Dudley, Rowena. "The Hardwick Album: a question of authorship." Apollo, 150, 451 (New Series) (September 1999): 38-46 [decorative architectural details sketched in 18th c.].

[See also title by Wilson & Mackley listed under Economics.]

HISTORY OF ART

  Aesthetics Online -- the website of the American Society for Aesthetics, featuring information about A.S.A., online essays on aesthetics, and links to related aesthetics, philosophy, and art theory and criticism sites. Ed. Domenic M. McIver Lopes Available: http://www.aesthetics-online.org/

  ArtLex: The Visual Arts Dictionary for artists, students and educators in art production, criticism, history, aesthetics, and education. Edited by Michael Delahunt, M.F.A. Available: http://www.artlex.com/

Bauer, Linda & George. "Artists' inventories and the language of the oil sketch." Burlington Magazine, 141, 1158 (September 1999): 520-530 [loaded-brush oil sketch didn't come about until late 17th-c., before that they were akin to drawing]

* Heenk, Liesbeth. Rembrandt and His Influence on Eighteenth-Century German Austrian Printmakers. Gordon and Breach, 1999. 92 pp, ISBN 90-74310-49-4

Jones, Malcolm. "The Horn of Suretyship." Print Quarterly, 16, 3 (September 1999): 219-228 [symbolism of the Horn of Suretyship explained; widely known in 16th and 17th c., but declined in 18th].

MacGregor, William B. "The Authority of Prints: an early modern perspective." Art History, 22, 3 (September 1999): 389-420.

McKellar, Elizabeth. "Peripheral Visions: alternative aspects and rural presences in mid-eighteenth-century London." Art History, 22, 4 (November 1999): 495-513.

Ormrod, D. "Art and its markets." Economic History Review, 52, 3 (August 1999): 544-51.

Peltz, Lucy. "Aestheticizing the Ancestral City: antiquarianism, topography and the representation of London in the long eighteenth century." Art History, 22, 4 (November 1999): 472-494.

Wenley, Robert. "French Royal Bronzes in Great Britain." Apollo, 150, 451 (New Series) (September 1999): 3-12.

FRAGONARD

Milam, Jennifer. "Fragonard's Le Furet." Burlington Magazine, 141, 1158 (September 1999): 542-543 ['Le Jeu de la palette' identified as deliberately ambiguous depiction of guessing game with forfeits]

WRIGHT OF DARBY, JOSEPH

Lock, F. P. "Wright of Derby's Miravan breaking open the tomb of his ancestors." Burlington Magazine, 141, 1158 (September 1999): 544-45 [identification of Wright's literary source].

HISTORY OF CUISINE, FOOD SUPPLY, DRINK

Knapp, V.J. "The democratization of meat and protein in late eighteenth- and nineteenth-century Europe." Historian, 59, 3 (Spring 1997): 541-51.

Walsh, L.S. "Feeding the eighteenth-century town folk, or, whence the beef?" Agricultural History, 73, 3 (Summer 1999): 267 ff.

[see also titles by Tlusty listed under History of Medicine; by Bowen and by Cheek listed under U.S. Colonial and Federal History]

HISTORY OF EDUCATION

Hofmeister, A., R. Prass, & N. Winnige. "Elementary education, schools, and the demands of everyday life: Northwest Germany in 1800." Central European History, 31, 4 (1998): 329-84.

 History of Education Site - An international archive of sources and links to websites on the history of education and childhood. Available: http://www.socsci.kun.nl/ped/whp/histeduc

HISTORY OF MATHEMATICS

Barrow-Green, J. "'A corrective to the spirit of too exclusively pure mathematics': Robert Smith (1689-1768) and his prizes at Cambridge University." Annals of Science, 56, 3 (July 1999): 271-316.

Beckers, D.J. "Lagrange in the Netherlands: Dutch attempts to obtain rigor in calculus, 1797-1840." Historia Mathematica, 26, 3 (August 1999): 224-38.

Craik, A.D.D. "Geometry, analysis, and the baptism of slaves: John West in Scotland and Jamaica." Historia Mathematica, 25, 1 (February 1998): 20-74.

 History of Mathematics - website by David E. Joyce, Math Department, Clark University. Includes a chronology, texts, problems, and links. Available: http://aleph0.clarku.edu/~djoyce/mathhist/

Knobloch, E. "Galilieo and Leibniz: Different approaches to infinity." Archives for the History of the Exact Sciences, 54, 2 (1999): 87-99.

Meskens, A. "Michel Coignet's contribution to the development of the sector." Annals of Science, 54, 2 (March 1997): 143-60.

Pourciau, B. "The preliminary mathematical lemmas of Newton's Principia." Archives for the History of the Exact Sciences, 52, 3 (1998): 279-95.

Rivolo, M.T. & A. Simi. "Computation of square and cube roots in Italy from Fibonacci to Bombelli." Archive for the History of the Exact Sciences, 52, 2 (1998): 161-93.

Wallis, R. "Edward Cocker (1632?-1676) and his Arithmetick: De Morgan demolished." Annals of Science, 54, 5 (September 1997): 507-22.

Weinstock, R. "Newton's Principia and inverse-square orbits in a resisting medium: A spiral of twisted logic. Historia Mathematica, 25, 3 (August 1998): 281-89.

Wess, J. "The logic demonstrators of the 3rd Earl Stanhope (1753-1816)." Annals of Science, 54, 4 (July 1997): 375-95.

HISTORY OF MEDICINE

Carter, E.R. "Asthma before the 18th century." Pediatric Annals, 28, 4 (April 1999): 209, 213 [letter].

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

D'Antonio, P. "Revisiting and rethinking the rewriting of nursing history." Bulletin of the History of Medicine, 73, 2 (Summer 1999): 268-90.

DeLacy, M. :Nosology, mortality, and disease theory in the eighteenth century." Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, 54, 2 (April 1999): 261-284.

Forrester, J.M. "Tobias Smollett consults a French physician in 1763." Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine, 92, 5 (May 1999): 258-63.

Harris, B. "The social history of health and healing." European History Quarterly, 29, 3 (July 1999): 419-24.

Jones, K.W., & R.C. Maulitz. "Teaching the history of medicine in cyberspace." Bulletin of the History of Medicine, 72, 4 (Winter 1998): 734-43.

Knapp, V.J. "How old is endometriosis? Late 17th- and 18th-century European descriptions of the disease." Fertility and Sterility, 72, 1 (1999): 10-14.

Lord, A. "'The great arcana of the deity': Menstruation and menstrual disorders in eighteenth-century British medical thought." Bulletin of the History of Medicine, 73, 1 (Spring 1999): 38-63.

Macdonald, F.A. "The infirmary of the Glasgow Town's Hospital, 1733-1800: A case for voluntarism?" Bulletin of the History of Medicine, 73, 1 (Spring 1999): 64-105.

Maulitz, R.C. "Netnotes: Medical history on the Internet." Bulletin of the History of Medicine, 73, 1 (Spring 1999): 124.

May, M. "Inoculating the urban poor in the late eighteenth century." British Journal for the History of Science, 30, 106, 3 (September 1997): 291-305.

Patch, R.W. "Sacraments and disease in Merida, Yucatan, Mexico, 1648-1727." Historian, 58, 4 (Summer 1996): 731-43.

Razzell, P. "Did smallpox reduce height?" Economic History Review, 51, 2 (May 1998): 351-59. This comment is followed by a reply by M. Heintel & J. Baten, "Smallpox and nutritional status in England, 1770-1873: on the difficulties of estimating historical heights" (360-71), to which T. Leunig & H.J. Voth respond, "Smallpox did reduce height: a reply to our critics" (372-81).

Rogers, J. "Reporting causes of death in Sweden, 1750-1950." Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, 54, 2 (April 1999): 190-209.

Sharma, O.P. "Samuel Johnson's lung disease." Journal of Medical Biography, 7, 3 (August 1999): 171-174.

Stolberg, M. "A woman's hell? Medical perceptions of menopause in preindustrial Europe." Bulletin of the History of Medicine, 73,3 (Fall 1999): 404-28.

Tlusty, B.A. "Water of life, water of death: The controversy over brandy and gin in early modern Augsburg." Central European History, 31, 1-2 (1998): 1-30.

Vallgarda, S. "Who went to a general hospital in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries in Copenhagen?" European Journal of Public Health, 9, 2 (1999): 97-102.

Van Maanen, J. "Acht Groningse studiegidsen wiskunde (1696-1704)." Gewina, 22, 2 (1999): 85-90.

Wildman, S. "The development of nursing in the General Hospital, Birmingham, 1779-1919." International History of Nursing Journal, 4, 3 (Summer 1999): 20-28.

[see also titles by Ambrose listed under History of Music - Bach; by Stitziel and by Wood listed under History of Religion - Christianity - Protestant]

HISTORY OF MUSIC

Braunbehrens, V. "The Grandeur and misery of Antonio Salieri." Acta Mozartiana, 42, 4 (December 1995): 113-23.

Gleason, H. "A seventeenth-century organ instruction book." Bach, 27, 2 (Fall-Winter 1996): 60-83 [German pedagogy].

Schrader, A. "'The world turned upside down': A Yorktown march, or music to surrender by." American Music, 16, 2 (Summer 1998): 180-215.

BACH

Crist, S.A. "Bach, theology, and harmony: A new look at the arias." Bach, 27, 1 (Spring-Summer 1996): 1-30.

Flindell, E.F. "Bach's tempos and rhetorical applications." Bach, 28, 1-2 (1997): 151-236.

Linton, M. "The dual chiastic design of the 'C-major prelude, BWV 870.'" Bach, 27, 1 (Spring-Summer 1996): 31-56 [Well Tempered Clavier, Book II].

Livingstone, E. "Notes on the Art of Fugue: A fragment." Bach, 28, 1-2 (1997): 82-86.

Kellner, H.A. "A mathematical approach reconstructing J.S. Bach's keyboard temperament." Bach, 30, 1 (Spring-Summer 1999): 1-9.

Kellner, H.A. "Considering the tempering tonality B-Major in Part II of the Well-Tempered Clavier II." Bach, 30, 1 (Spring-Summer 1999): 10-25.

Leahy, A. "The opening chorus of 'Cantata BWV78, Jesu, Der Du Meine Seele': Another example of Bach's interest in matters soteriological." Bach, 30, 1 (Spring-Summer 1999): 26-41.

Markevitch, D. "The manuscripts of the Bach Cello Suites, an inextricable labyrinth for cellists?" Bach, 30, 1 (Spring-Summer 1999): 66-69.

Ornstein, Doris. "J.S. Bach's 'Suite 4 a violoncello solo senza basso' (BWV-1010): Manuscript copy in the hand of Anna Magdalena Bach." Bach, 29, 1 (Spring-Summer 1998): 38-46; Doris Ornstein's harpsichord transcription, 47-76.

Payne, I. "Telemann's musical style c.1709-c.1730 and J.S. Bach: The evidence of borrowing." Bach, 30, 1 (Spring-Summer 1999): 42-64.

Smith, T. "That 'crown of thorns'" Bach, 28, 1-2 (1997): 144-50 [Goldberg Variations 25; Wanda Landowska].

Smithers, D.L. "Anomalies of tonart and stimmton in the first version of Bachs Magnificat (BWV-243a)." Bach, 27, 2 (Fall-Winter 1996): 1-59.

Smithers, D. "The emperors' new clothes reappraised: Or, Bach's musical resources revealed: A detailed and documented repudiation of the historically anomalous views of Joshua Rifkin and Andrew Parrott on musical performance at the time of J.S. Bach. Bach, 28, 1-2 (1997): 1-81 (with bibliography).

Tomita, Y. "The sources of J.S. Bach's Well-Tempered Clavier II in Vienna, 1777-1801." Bach, 29, 2 (Fall-Winter 1998): 8-79.

Unger, M. "Bach's Cello Suites revisited." Bach, 30, 1 (Spring-Summer 1999): 65-66 [Errata to Doris Ornstein's transcriptions].

Unger, M.P. "Bach's first two Leipzig cantatas: The question of meaning revisited." Bach, 28, 1-2 (1997): 87-125.

HANDEL

Ambrose, J. "Madness and music: Handel's porphyric patron, George III." Bach, 27, 1 (Spring-Summer 1996): 57-65.

Ornstein, Doris. "On preparing a performing edition of Handel's cantata: Mi Palpita il Cor." Bach, 29, 1 (Spring-Summer 1998): 8-16. Followed by the edition, 17-37.

MARAIS

Ornstein, Doris. "Marin Marais (1656-1728): Selected works as arranged for harpsichord by Doris Ornstein." Bach, 29, 1 (Spring-Summer 1998): 77; 'Fete champetre tambourin', arranged by Doris Ornstein, 78-82.

MOZART

Kuster, K. "Mozart's Thamos and its context." Acta Mozartiana, 42, 4 (December 1995): 124-43.

Mancal, J. "Augsburg: 'My native town' (Leopold Mozart, 1756), 'My father's native town' (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, 1777), 'The city of my ancestors' (Fr. Mozart, 1821)." Acta Mozartiana, 46, 1-2 (June 1999): 3-31.

Menke, J. "Mozart's harmony: Sweet melodious sound or bizarre unconventionality?" Acta Mozartiana, 46, 1-2 (June 1999): 33-43.

PACHELBEL

Butler, H.J. "A newly discovered work of Charles Theodore Pachelbel." Bach, 28, 1-2 (1997): 126-143.

HISTORY OF RELIGION

Aston, N. "Religion in eighteenth-century France." European History Quarterly, 28, 4 (October 1998): 515-26 [review article].

Coyle, P.E. "The customs of our ancestors: Cora religious conversion and millennialism, 2000-1722." Ethnohistory, 45, 3 (Summer 1998): 509-42.

Pasto, J. "Islam's 'strange secret sharer': Orientalism, Judaism, and the Jewish question." Comparative Studies in Society and History, 40, 3 (July 1998): 437-74.

* Porset, Charles, & Cécile Revauger. Franc-maçonnerie et religion dans l'Europe des Lumières. Paris: Éditions Honoré Champion, 1998. 224 pp. ISBN 2-85203-829-3

CHRISTIANITY - PROTESTANT

* Bost,Hubert, & Philippe de Robert, édit. Pierre Bayle, Citoyen du Monde: De l'Enfant du Carla à l'Auteur du Dictionnaire. Actes du Colloque du Carla-Bayle, 13-15 septembre 1996. Paris: Éditions Honoré Champion (coll. "La vie des Huguenots, 4), 1999. 384 pp. ISBN 2-7453-0066-0

* Entre Désert et Europe: Le Pasteur Antoine Court (1695-1760). Actes du colloque de Nîmes, 3-4 novembre 1885, recueilles par Hubert Bost et Claude Lauriol. Paris: Éditions Honoré Champion (coll. "La vie des Huguenots," 3), 1998. 416 pp. ISBN 2-85203-668-1

Fyfe, A. "The reception of William Paley's Natural Theology in the University of Cambridge." British Journal for the History of Science, 30, 106, 3 (September 1997): 321-35.

Glen, Robert. "'Adieu the Delights of the Stage': An Anti-Methodist Song of 1746." Notes and Queries, 244 (September 1999): 350-56.

* Häseler, Jens, & Antony McKenna, édit. La Vie Intellectuelle aux Refuges Protestants. Actes de la Table Ronde de Münster du 25 juillet. Paris: Éditions Honoré Champion (coll. "La vie des Huguenots," 5), 1999. 368 pp. ISBN 2-7453-0008-3

Houston, R. "The consistory of the Scots Church, Rotterdam: An aspect of 'civic Calvinism,' c." 1600-1800." Archiv fur Reformationsgeschichte - Archive for Reformation History, 87 (1996): 362-92.

* Krumenacker, Yves. Les Protestants du Poitou au XVIIIe siècle (1681-1789). Paris: Éditions Honoré Champion, 1997 (coll. "La vie des Huguenots, 1), 1997. 528 pp. ISBN 2-85203-742-4

* Le Livre des Déliberations de l'Église Reformé de l'Albenc (1606-1682). Édit. du manuscrit conservé à la bibliothèque d'Étude et d'Information. Fonds dauphinois. Établue par François Francillon. Paris: Éditions Honoré Champion (coll. "La vie des Huguenots, 2), 1998. 352 pp. ISBN 20-85203-741-6

Pfister, U. "Communal and territorial organization in Reformed ecclesiastical discipline: A look at Graubunden from the sixteenth to the eighteenth centuries." Archiv fur Reformationsgeschichte - Archive for Reformation History, 87 (1996): 287-333.

Stitziel, J. "God, the devil, medicine, and the word: A controversy over ecstatic women in Protestant middle Germany 1691-1693." Central European History, 29, 3 (1996): 309-338.

Wilkinson, C. P. Seabrook, ed. "A Declaration of Dependence: Robert Smith's 1775 Humiliation Sermon." South Carolina Historical Magazine, 100, 3 (July 1999): 221-40.

Wood, Bradford J. "'A constant Attendance on God's Altar': Death, Disease, and the Anglican Church in Colonial South Carolina, 1706-1750." South Carolina Historical Magazine, 100, 3 (July 1999): 204-20.

CHRISTIANITY - PROTESTANT - MORAVIAN

* Faull, Katherine M., & Amira El Azhary Sonbol, ed. Moravian Women's Memoirs : Their Related Lives, 1750-1820. Syracuse University Press, 1997. ISBN: 0-8156-2689-4 (cloth); 0-8156-0397-5 (paper).

CHRISTIANITY - PROTESTANT - SHAKER

[see title by Murray and Cosgel listed under U.S. - Colonial & Federal History]

CHRISTIANITY - ROMAN CATHOLIC

Goddard, P.A. "Converting the 'sauvage': Jesuit and Montagnais in seventeenth-century New France." Catholic Historical Review, 84, 2 (April 1998): 219-39.

Hyland, S.P. "Illegitimacy and racial hierarchy in the Peruvian priesthood: A seventeenth-century dispute." Catholic Historical Review, 84, 3 (July 18): 431-54.

Jodziewicz, T.W. "American Catholic apologetical dissonance in the early Republic? Father John Thayer and Bishop John Carroll." Catholic Historical Review, 84, 3 (July 1998): 455-76 [fideism vs. enlightenment toleration].

JUDAISM

Doktor, J. "Jakub Frank, a Jewish heresiarch and his messianic doctrine." Acta Poloniæ Historica, 76 (1997): 43-74.

HISTORY OF SCIENCE

Bedini, S.A. "The transit in the tower: English astronomical instruments in colonial America." Annals of Science, 54, 2 (March 1997): 161-96.

Bensaude-Vincent, B. "Atomism and positivism: A legend about French chemistry." Annals of Science, 56, 1 (January 1999): 81-94.

Brooke, J.H. "Does the history of science have a future?" British Journal for the History of Science, 32, 112, Part 1 (March 1999): 1-20.

Carey, D. "Compiling nature's history: Travellers and travel narratives in the early Royal Society." Annals of Science, 54, 3 (May 1997): 269-92.

Cohen, I.B. "Newton's determination of the masses and densities of the sun, Jupiter, Saturn, and the earth." Archive for the History of the Exact Sciences, 53, 1 (1998): 83-95.

Daston, L. "The nature of nature in early modern Europe." Configurations, 6, 2 (Spring 1998): 149-72.

Dobson, G.J. "Against Chandrasekhar's interpretation of Newton's treatment of the precession of the equinoxes." Archive for the History of the Exact Sciences, 53, 6 (1998): 577-97).

Dobson, G.J. "Newton's problems with rigid body dynamics in the light of his treatment of the precession of the equinoxes." Archive for the History of the Exact Sciences, 53, 2 (1998): 125-45.

Dobson, G.J. "Newton's errors with the rotational motion of fluids." Archive for the History of the Exact Sciences, 54, 3 (1999): 243-54.

Duck, M. "A question of faith: Goethe's belief in the immutability of light." Annals of Science, 54, 4 (July 1997): 397-406.

Grossman, N. "Newton's quiescence of the apsides and radially-symmetric attractions to a center." Archive for the History of the Exact Sciences, 52, 2 (1998): 109-17.

Keller, S.B. "Sections and views: visual representation in eighteenth-century earthquake studies." British Journal for the History of Science, 31, 109, Part 2 (June 1998): 129-59.

Kurzer, F. "The life and work of Edward Charles Howard, F.R.S." Annals of Science, 56, 2 (April 1999): 113-41.

Kurzer, F. "Samuel Parkes: Chemist, author, reformer: A biography." Annals of Science, 54, 5 (September 1997): 431-62 [Parkes (1759-1825) was the author of The Chemical Catechism].

Meli, D.B. "Shadows and deception: from Borelli's Theoricae to the Saggi of the Cimento." British Journal for the History of Science, 31, 111, Part 4 (December 1998): 383-402.

Oldroyd, D. "Early ideas about glaciation in the English Lake District: The problem of making sense of glaciation in a glaciated region." Annals of Science, 56, 2 (April 1999): 175-203.

Tagliaferri, G., & P. Tucci. "Carlini and Plana on the theory of the moon and their dispute with Laplace." Annals of Science, 56, 3 (July 1999): 221-69.

Tantillo, Astrida Orle. "Creating Nature: German Science, Literature, and Philosophy in the Eighteenth Century." Teaching the Eighteenth Century [ASECS Teaching Award Pamphlets], 7 (1999): 17-29

van Helden, A.C. & R. H. van Gent. "The lens production by Christiaan and Constantijn Huygens." Annals of Science, 56, 1 (January 1999): 69-79.

Yost, R.M. "Pondering the imponderable: John Robison and magnetic theory in Britain (c. 1775-1805)." Annals of Science, 56, 2 (April 1999): 143-74.

§ British Journal for the History of Science, 32, 113 (June 1999) is a special issue entitled "Did the Royal Society Matter in the Eighteenth Century?" Essays include R. Sorrenson, "Introduction" (130-32); L. Stewart, "Other centres of calculation, or, where the Royal Society didn't count: commerce, coffee-houses and natural philosophy in early modern London" (133-53); A. Rusnock, "Correspondence networks and the Royal Society, 1700-1750" (155-69); J. Gascoigne, "The Royal Society and the emergence of science as an instrument of state policy" (171-84); D.P. Miller, "The usefulness of natural philosophy: the Royal Society and the culture of practical utility in the later eighteenth century" (185-201); and R. Sorrenson, "George Graham, visible technician" (203-221).

HISTORY OF SEXUALITY & REPRODUCTION

Gilfoyle, T.J. "Prostitutes in history: From parables of pornography to metaphors of modernity." American Historical Review, 104, 1 (February 1999): 117-41 [review essay].

Wrigley, E.A. "Explaining the rise in marital fertility in England in the 'long' eighteenth century.'" Economic History Review, 51, 3 (August 1998): 435 ff.

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

IN MEMORIAM

Berland, Kevin. ["Charlie Mann."] Scriblerian, 22, 2 - 23, 1 (Spring - Autumn 1999): 265-66.

INDIA

Atanasova, V. "The intelligentsia and cultural processes in India during the colonial period." Bulgarian Historical Review - Revue bulgare d'histoire, 3-4 (1996): 82-104.

Axelrod, P., & M.A. Fuerch. "Portuguese orientalism and the making of the village communities of Goa." Ethnohistory, 45, 3 (Summer 1998): 439-76.

Chancey, K. "The star in the East: The controversy over Christian missions in India, 1805-1813." Historian, 60, 3 (Spring 1998): 507-22.

INDONESIA

Shatokhina-Mordvintseva, G.A. "Colonial policies of the Netherlands in Southeastern Asia during the 18th and 19th centuries." Bulgarian History Review - Revue bulgare d'histoire, 1 (1997): 72-88.

IRELAND - HISTORY

Hayton, D.W. "The Stanhope-Sunderland ministry and the repudiation of Irish parliamentary independence." English Historical Review, 113, 452 (June 1998): 610-36 [Declaratory Act].

* Kelly, James. Henry Flood: Patriots and Politics in Eighteenth-Century Ireland. University of Notre Dame Press, 1998. ISBN: 0-268-01114-1

Ohlmeyer, J. "Seventeenth-century Ireland and the new British and Atlantic histories." American History Review, 104, 2 (April 1999): 446-62.

IRELAND - LITERATURE

SWIFT

Chandler, David. "Swift's 'violent hatred' of William III: The 'paraphrase of Prior's epitaph' and its Provenance." Notes and Queries, 255 (September 1999): 348-50.

Loveridge, Mark. "Gulliver, Moses, and Language." Notes and Queries, 255 (September 1999): 345-47.

Potter, Tiffany. "A colonial source for cannibalistic breeding in Swift's A Modest proposal." Notes and Queries, 255 (September 1999): 347-48.

["Vibert's Gulliver"]. Scriblerian, 22, 2 / 23, 1 (Spring - Autumn 1999): 266-67 [untitled note on Jehan or Jean George Vibert's 1870 painting, Gulliver in the collection of the Canajoharie Library & Gallery, Canajoharie, New York - with a black & white reproduction]

[see title by Berland, Gilliam and Lockridge listed under U.S. - Colonial & Federal Literature - Byrd]

ITALY - HISTORY

Davis, R.C. "The trouble with bulls: The Cacce dei Tori in early-modern Venice." Histoire sociale -Social History, 29, 58 (November 1996): 275-90.

Di Simplicio, O. "The process of confessionalization and collective identity in the Catholic city-state: The Italian urban environment of Siena, 1575-1800." Archiv fur Reformationsgeschichte - Archive For Reformation History, 88 (1997): 380-4l.

Riall, L. "Nelson versus Bronte: Land, litigation and local politics in Sicily, 1799-1860." European History Quarterly, 29, 1 (January 1999): 39-73.

Surdacki, M. "Marriages of wards of Rome's Holy Spirit Hospital in the 17th and 18th centuries." Acta Poloniæ Historica, 79 (1999): 99-122.

JUDAICA

Grassl, G.C. "Joachim Gans of Prague: The first Jew in English America." American Jewish History, 86, 2 (June 1998): 195-217.

[See also titles by Cohen listed under History of Medicine; by Goldberg and by Zienkowska listed under Poland]

LATIN AMERICA, NEW SPAIN

Brandes, S. "Sugar, colonialism, and death: On the origins of Mexico's day of the dead." Comparative Studies in Society and History, 39, 2 (April 1997): 270-99.

Charney, P. "A sense of belonging: Colonial Indian cofradias and ethnicity in the valley of Lima, Peru." Americas, 54, 2 (January 1998): 379-407.

Cleary, D. "'Lost altogether to the civilised world': Race and the Cabanagem in northern Brazil, 1750 to 1850." Comparative Studies in Society and History, 40, 1 (January 1998): 109-135.

Cooney, J.W. "Dubious loyalty: The Paraguayan struggle for the Parana frontier, 1767-1777." Americas, 55, 4 (April 1999): 561-78.

Dawson, F.G. "The evacuation of the Mosquito shore and the English who stayed behind, 1786-1800." Americas, 55, 4 (July 1998): 68-89.

Engstrand, I.H.W. "Seekers of the 'Northern mystery: European exploration of California and the Pacific." California History, 76, 2-3 (1997): 78-110.

Esguerra, J.C. "New world, new stars: Patriotic astrology and the invention of Indian and Creole bodies in colonial Spanish America, 1600-1650." American Historical Review, 104, 1 (February 1999): 33-68.

Garner, R.L. & R. Salvucci. "An exchange on the Eighteenth-century Mexican economy." Americas, 54, 1 (July 1997): 109-23.

Hackel, S.W. "Land, labor, and production: The colonial economy of Spanish and Mexican California." California History, 76, 2-3 (1997): 111-46.

Hanger, K.S. "Words and deeds: Racial and gender dialogue, identity and conflict in the viceroyalty of New Spain." Americas, 54, 4 (April 1998): 483-89.

Lipsett-Rivera, S. "De obra y palabra: Patterns of insults in Mexico, 1750-1856." Americas, 54, 4 (April 1998): 511-39.

Morales, F. "Mexican society and the Franciscan order in a period of transition, 1749-1859." Americas, 54, 3 (January 1998): 323-56.

Restall, M. "Heirs to the hieroglyphs: Indigenous writing in colonial Mesoamerica." Americas, 54, 2 (October 1997): 239-67.

Zucchi, A. "Tombs and testaments: Mortuary practices during the seventeenth to nineteenth centuries in the Spanish-Venezuelan Catholic tradition." Historical Archaeology, 31, 2 (1997): 31-41.

§ Historical Archaeology, 31, 1 (1997) is a special issue entitled, "Diversity And Social Identity In Colonial Spanish America: Native American, African, And Hispanic Communities During The Middle Period." - titles include: D.L. Ruhl & K. Hoffman, Preface (1-3); K. Deagan, "Cross-disciplinary themes in the recovery of the colonial middle period" (4-8); J.E. Kicza, "Native American, African, and Hispanic communities during the middle period in the colonial Americas" (9-17); A.T. Bushnell, "A peripheral perspective" (18-23); K. Hoffman, "Cultural development in La Florida" (24-35); D.L. Ruhl, "Oranges and wheat: Spanish attempts at agriculture in La Florida" (36-45); J.L. Kessell, "Restoring seventeenth-century New Mexico, then and now" (46-54); J.Gasco, "Consolidation of the colonial regime: Native society in western Central America" (55-63); R. Boyer, "Negotiating calidad: The everyday struggle for status in Mexico" (64-73); G.C. Smith, "Hispanic, Andean, and African influences in the Moquegua valley of southern Peru" (74-83); J. Landers, "Africans in the Spanish colonies" (84-91).

[see also title by Scarano listed under Caribbean History; titles by Hanger and Landers listed under U.S. - Colonial and Federal History]

MARITIME HISTORY

Allison, R.J. "Sailing to Algiers: American sailors encounter the Muslim world." American Neptune, 57, 1 (Winter 1997): 5-17.

Arnold, J.B. "The Texas Historical Commission's Underwater Archaeological Survey of 1995 and the Preliminary Report on the Belle, La Salle's shipwreck of 1686." Historical Archaeology, 30, 4 (1996): 66-87.

Cogliano, F.D. "We fled from the valley of destruction: American escapes from Mill and Forton Prisons, 1777-1782." American Neptune, 58, 2 (Spring 1998): 125-43.

Coyle, E.A., & J.J. Duffy. "Tales of the Olive Branch." American Neptune, 59, 1 (Winter 1999): 5-20.

Crosse, J. "The arrival of the Chesapeake in Halifax in 1813, as described by Thomas Haliburton [Sam-Slick]." American Neptune, 57, 2 (Spring 1997): 161-65.

Gallagher, M.A.Y. "Charting a new course for the China trade: The late eighteenth century American model." American Neptune, 57, 3 (1997): 201-217.

Gough, B.M. "Captain Joshua Slocum and essays on South China Sea voyaging." American Neptune, 58, 2 (Spring 1998): 79-80.

  Institute of Nautical Archaeology (includes a Virtual Museum) -- Available: http://nautarch.tamu.edu/ina/

Jenkins, H.J.K. "Lord Sandwich, Lord Orford and Whittlesey-Mere, 1774." American Neptune, 57, 3 (1997): 253-56.

Litten, J. "Navy flogging: Captain Samuel Francis Du Pont and tradition." American Neptune, 58, 2 (Spring 1998): 145-65.

Maloney, R.J. "Where did the mutiny on the Bounty occur?" American Neptune, 56, 4 (Fall 1996): 383-87.

Martin, T.G. "The USS Constitution: A design confirmed." American Neptune, 57, 3 (1997): 257-65.

Paine, G. "Ord's arks: Angles, artillery and ambush on Lakes George and Champlain." American Neptune, 58, 2 (Spring 1998): 105-22.

Parmentier, J. "Ostend whalers in Spitsbergen and the Davis-Strait: The history of the Ostend-Whaling-Company, 1727-1734." American Neptune, 57, 1 (Winter 1997): 19-36.

  Ships to America - American Plantations and Colonies offers a website database listing extant records of voyages (based on and expanded from A Bibliography of Ship Passenger Lists 1538-1825, compiled by Harold Lancour, Third Edition [New York Public Library, 1963]). Available: http://www.primenet.com/~langford/ships/shiplist.htm

Stark, S.J. "Women at sea in the Royal Navy in the age of sail." American Neptune, 57, 2 (Spring 1997): 101-20.

Trzoska, J. "Naval forces and sea-borne trade in Augustus II's policy." Acta Poloniæ Historica, 75 (1997): 85-100.

Van Tilberg, H.K. "Junk passage through the South China Sea." American Neptune, 58, 2 (Spring 1998): 81-103.

Wells, W.R. "U.S. Revenue Cutters captured in the War of 1812." American Neptune, 58, 3 (Summer 1998): 225-41.

Westlake, M. "The American Sailing Navy: Josiah Fox, Joshua Humphreys & Thomas Tingey." American Neptune, 59, 1 (Winter 1999): 21-41.

[see also titles in a special edition of American Neptune listed under Fiction & Poetry with an 18th-Century Setting; title by Hickman & Farrell listed under U.S. - Colonial & Federal History]

MATERIAL CULTURE
& THE DECORATIVE ARTS

Owen, J.V., & D. Hansen. "Compositional constraints on the identification of eighteenth-century porcelain shards from Fort Beausejour, New Brunswick, and Grassy Island, Nova Scotia, Canada." Historical Archaeology, 30, 4 (1996): 88-100.

Owen, J.V. "On the earliest products (ca.1751-1752) of the Worcester porcelain manufactory: Evidence from sherds from the Warmstry House Site, England." Historical Archaeology, 32, 4 (1998): 63-75.

Samford, P.M. "Response to a market: Dating English underglaze transfer-printed wares." Historical Archaeology, 31, 2 (1997): 1-30.

Wells, T. "Nail chronology: The use of technologically derived features." Historical Archaeology, 32, 2 (1998): 78-99.

MISCELLANEOUS

Bogucka, M. "Disputes on the nature of women, their nature and role in society in the early modern era, " Acta Poloniæ Historica, 78 (1998): 27-52.

* Clery, Emma & Robert Miles, eds. Gothic Documents: A Sourcebook 1700-1820. Manchester University Press, January 2000. 320 pp. ISBN 0-7190-4026-4 (cloth); 0-7190-4027-2 (paper)

Cunningham, H. "Histories of childhood." American Historical Review, 103, 4 (October 1998): 1195-1208.

Klairmont-Lingo, A. "The fate of popular terms for female anatomy in the age of print." French Historical Studies, 22, 3 (Summer 1999): 335-49.

Yosifon, D., & P.N. Stearns. "The rise and fall of American posture." American Historical Review, 103, 4 (October 1998): 1057-1095.

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

Abel, K. "Tangled, lost and bitter? Current directions in the writing of native history in Canada." Acadiensis 26, 1 (Fall 1996): 92-101.

Arnold, L. "'Now...didn't-our-people-laugh?' Female misbehavior and Algonquian culture in Mary Rowlandson's Captivity and Restauration." American Indian Culture and Research Journal, 21, 4 (1997): 1-28.

Breslaw, E.G. "Tituba's confession: The multicultural dimensions of the 1692 Salem witch-hunt." Ethnohistory, 44, 3 (Summer 1997): 535-56.

Carson, J.T. "Native Americans, the market revolution, and culture change: The Choctaw cattle economy, 1690-1830." Agricultural History, 71, 1 (Winter 1997): 1-18.

Cave, A.A. "The Delaware prophet Neolin: A reappraisal." Ethnohistory, 46, 2 (Spring 1999): 265-90.

Churchill, W. "The crucible of American Indian identity: Native tradition versus colonial imposition in postconquest North American." American Indian Culture and Research Journal, 23, 1 (1999): 39-67.

Churchill, W. "The tragedy and the travesty: The subversion of indigenous sovereignty in North America." American Indian Culture and Research Journal, 22, 2 (1998): 1-69.

Craig, R. "Christianity and empire: A case study of American Protestant colonialism and Native Americans." American Indian Culture and Research Journal, 21, 2 (1997): 1-41.

Dunaway, W. "Rethinking Cherokee acculturation: Agrarian capitalism and women's resistance to the cult of domesticity, 1800-1838." American Indian Culture and Research Journal, 21, 1 (1997): 155-92.

Ghere, D.L. "Myths and methods in Abenaki demography: Abenaki population recovery, 1725-1750." Ethnohistory, 44, 3 (Summer 1997): 511-34.

Herndon, R.W., & E.W. Sekatau. "The right to a name: The Narragansett people and Rhode Island officials in the revolutionary era." Ethnohistory, 44, 3 (Summer 1997): 433-62.

Johansen, B.E. "Notes from the 'culture wars': More annotations on the debate regarding the Iroquois and the origins of democracy." American Indian Culture and Research Journal, 23, 1 (1999): 165-75.

Mann, R. "The silenced Miami: Archaeological and ethnohistorical evidence for Miami-British relations, 1795-1812." Ethnohistory, 46, 3 (Summer 1999): 399-427.

Megged, A. "The religious context of an 'unholy marriage': Elite alienation and popular unrest in the indigenous communities of Chiapa, 1570-1680." Ethnohistory, 46, 149-72.

Myers, R.A. "Cherokee pioneers in Arkansas: The St. Francis years, 1785-1813." Arkansas Historical Quarterly, 56, 2 (Summer 1997): 127-57.

Parmenter, J.W. "Pontiac's War: Forging new links in the Anglo-Iroquois Covenant Chain, 1758-1766." Ethnohistory, 44, 4 (Fall 1997): 617-54.

Sattler, R.A. "Cowboys and Indians: Creek and Seminole stock raising, 1700-1900." American Indian Culture and Research Journal, 22, 3 (1998): 79-99.

Shoemaker, N. "An alliance between men: Gender metaphors in eighteenth-century American Indian diplomacy east of the Mississippi." Ethnohistory, 46, 2 (Spring 1999): 239-63.

Shoemaker, N. "How Indians got to be red." American Historical Review, 102, 3 (June 1997): 625-44.

Simmons, W.S. "Indian peoples of California." California History, 76, 2-3 (1997): 47-77.

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

OCCULT STUDIES

Green, M. "Witchcraft suppression practices and movements: Public politics and the logic of purification." Comparative Studies in Society and History,39, 2 (April 1997): 319-45.

Lane, K. "Taming the master: Brujeria, Slavery, and the Encomienda in Barbacoas at the turn of the eighteenth century." Ethnohistory, 45, 3 (Summer 1998): 477-507.

Monter, W. "Toads and eucharists: The male witches of Normandy, 1564-1660." French Historical Studies, 20, 4 (Fall 1997): 563-95.

Wells, C. "Leeches on the body politic: Xenophobia and witchcraft in early modern French political thought." French Historical Studies, 22, 3 (Summer 1999): 351-77.

[see also title by Breslaw listed under Native American...]

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

Doumani, B. "Endowing family: Waqf, property devolution, and gender in Greater Syria, 1800 to 1860." Comparative Studies in Society and History, 40, 1 (January 1998): 3-41.

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

Ilieva, G. "Early records of Paisii Khilendarski's Slavianobulgarska istoriia as a source of Bulgarian political history in the second half of the 18th century." Bulgarian History Review - Revue bulgare d'histoire, 3-4 (1996): 115-29.

Kacunov, V. "On the ethnic self-consciousness of the Bulgarians during the 15th-17th century." Bulgarian History Review - Revue bulgare d'histoire, 2 (1996): 3-24.

Kark, R. "Mamluk and Ottoman cadastral surveys and early mapping of landed properties in Palestine." Agricultural History, 71, 1 (Winter 1997): 46-70.

Popova, N., & B. Donceva. "Foreign publications on Bulgarian history, 1992-1994." Bulgarian History Review - Revue bulgare d'histoire, 2 (1996): 180-84.

Popova, N., & B. Donceva. "Foreign publications on the history of Bulgaria, January to June 1995." Bulgarian History Review - Revue bulgare d'histoire, 1 (1996): 161-71.

Popova, N., & B. Donceva. "Historical publications in Bulgaria, January to June 1996." Bulgarian History Review - Revue bulgare d'histoire, 1 (1997): 157-68.

Popova, N., & B. Donceva. "Non-Bulgarian publications on Bulgarian history - Bulgarian History Review - Revue bulgare d'histoire, 2-3 (1997): 246-51.

Popova, N., & B. Donceva. "Non-Bulgarian publications on Bulgarian history - Select bibliography." Bulgarian History Review - Revue bulgare d'histoire, 1-2 (1998): 283-87.

Popova, N., & B. Donceva. "Publications on Bulgarian history (August to December 1996)." Bulgarian History Review - Revue bulgare d'histoire, 4 (1997): 176-85.

Radusev, E. "The Ottoman ruling nomenclature in the 16th-17th centuries." Bulgarian History Review - Revue bulgare d'histoire, 3-4 (1998): 33-71 [monopoly of the Devsirmes].

Stefanov, S. "Millet system in the Ottoman empire - example for oppression or for tolerance?" Bulgarian History Review - Revue bulgare d'histoire, 2-3 (1997): 138-42.

Toninska, B., & N. Popova. "Bibliography of literature on Bulgarian history for the year 1997." Bulgarian History Review - Revue bulgare d'histoire, 3-4 (1998): 264-76.

Valensi, L. "Inter-communal relations and changes in religious affiliation in the Middle East." Comparative Studies in Society and History, 39, 2 (April 1997): 251-69 [17th-19th c.]

[see also title by Aylmer listed under England - History; by Allison listed under Maritime History]

PHILOSOPHY

Cohen, E.J. "Enlightenment and the dirty philosopher." Configurations, 5, 3 (Fall 1997): 369-424.

* Enzyclopädie Philosophie und Wissenschaftherorie. Ed. Jürgen Mittelstraß. Stuttgart: Verlag J.B. Metzler, 1999. 4 vols., 3700 pp. ISBN 3-476-01354-5

Guilhaumou, Jacques. "Sieyes et la metaphysique allemande." Annales historiques de la revolution française, 317 (juillet-septembre 1999): 513-36.

Holt, Lynn. "Metaphor, History, Consciousness: From Locke to Dennett." The Philosophical Forum, 30, 3 (September 1999): 187-200.

Munteanu, Tudor B. "Politics and the Ideals of Culture." Proceedings of the Friesian School, Fourth Series. Available: http://www.friesian.com/muntean2.htm (online electronic journal and archive of philosophy) [Kant, &c.].

  Proceedings of the Friesian School, Fourth Series. [A website combining an electronic journal of philosophy and an extensive archive of brief essays and notes on a wide range of philosophical topics]. Available: http://www.friesian.com

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DESCARTES

Jowers, Dennis W. "Metaphysics and the Question of Animal Intelligence in the Thought of Descartes." Proceedings of the Friesian School, Fourth Series. Available: http://www.friesian.com/jowers.htm (online electronic journal and archive of philosophy)

HUME

Abramson, Kate. "Correcting our Sentiments about Hume's Moral Point of View." Southern Journal of Philosophy, 37, 3 (Fall 1999): 333-62.

Merrill, Kenneth R. "Hume on Suicide." History of Philosophy Quarterly, 16, 4 (October 1999): 395-412.

KANT

Strack, T. "Philosophical anthropology on the eve of biological determinism: Immanuel Kant and Georg Forster on the moral qualities and biological characteristics of the human race." Central European History, 29, 3 (1996): 285-308.

Williams, Garrath. "Nietzsche's Response to Kant's Morality." The Philosophical Forum, 30, 3 (September 1999): 201-16.

LEIBNIZ

[see also title by Knobloch listed under History of Science]

STEWART

Tannoch-Bland, J. "Dugald Stewart on intellectual character." British Journal for the History of Science, 30, 106, 3 (September 1997): 307-20.

POLAND

Augustyniak, U. "The upbringing of the young Radziwills in the 17th century." Acta Poloniæ Historica, 79 (1999): 63-83.

Bogucka, M. "Gender in the economy of a traditional agrarian society: The case of Poland in the 16th-17th centuries." Acta Poloniæ Historica, 74 (1996): 5-19.

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

Bues, A. "Courland during the early Modern Age." Acta Poloniæ Historica, 75 (1997): 39-56.

Czarnecka, M. "'Education' for young ladies. Rearing and educating women in the 17th century on the example of Silesia." Acta Poloniæ Historica, 74 (1996): 45-71.

Goldberg, J. "18th-century memoirs of Polish Jews. Memoirs of Mojzesz Wasercug from Great-Poland." Acta Poloniæ Historica, 76 (1997): 19-29.

Grzeskowiak-Krwawicz, A. "The Polish debate on freedom of speech in the second half of the 18th century." Acta Poloniæ Historica, 75 (1997): 101-14.

Hass, L. "'Private citizens': A forgotten episode from the prehistory of the Polish intelligentsia." Acta Poloniæ Historica, 78 (1998): 115-33.

Karpinski, A. "Criminality in Lwow at the end of the 16th and in the 17th century." Acta Poloniæ Historica, 77 (1998): 59-77.

Kizik, E. "The pupil, the master, the death. The funeral in the daily life of a school in a Hanseatic town" [16th-18th c]. Acta Poloniæ Historica, 78 (1998): 53-80.

Kopczynski, M. "Old age gives no joy? Old people in the Kujawy countryside at the end of the 18th century." Acta Poloniæ Historica, 78 (1998): 81-101.

Topolski, J. "'Truth is not only a fine adornment of history, but its very soul': Szymon Starowolski and the history of historiography." Acta Poloniæ Historica, 78 (1998): 19-26.

Wislicz, T. "An insulting gesture from 17th and 18th century rural Poland." Acta Poloniæ Historica, 77 (1998): 99-110.

Zielinska, T. "Educational programmes of Polish elites in the Saxon period - The case of Hieronim Florian Radziwill (1715-1760)." Acta Poloniæ Historica, 79 (1999): 85-97.

Zienkowska, K. "Citizens or inhabitants? The attempt to reform the status of the Polish Jews during the 'Four Years' Sejm.'" Acta Poloniæ Historica, 76 (1997): 31-52.

POLITICAL THOUGHT

* Blakemore, Steven. Crisis in Representation : Thomas Paine, Mary Wollstonecraft, Helen Maria Williams, and the Rewriting of the French Revolution. Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 1997. ISBN: 0-8386-3714-0

Pincus, S. "Neither machiavellian moment nor possessive individualism: Commercial society and the defenders of the English commonwealth." American Historical Review, 103, 3 (June 1998): 705-36.

Spencer, V. "Herder and nationalism: Reclaiming the principle of cultural respect." Australian Journal of Politics and History, 43, 1 (1997): 1-13.

[see also title by Churchill listed under Native American &c.; by Wells listed under Occult Studies]

BURKE

* Blakemore, Steven. Intertextual War: Edmund Burke and the French Revolution in the Writings of Mary Wollstonecraft, Thomas Paine, and James Mackintosh. Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 1997. ISBN: 0-8386-3751-5

KANT

Belissa, Marc, & Florence Gauthier. "Kant, le droit cosmopolitique et la societe civile des Nations." Annales historiques de la revolution française, 317 (juillet-septembre 1999): 495-512.

Gilli, Marita. "J. B. Erhard et le 'droit du peuple à la Revolution' (1795). Entre Kant, Fichte et Rousseau. " Annales historiques de la revolution française, 317 (juillet-septembre 1999): 477-94.

PAINE

Smith, J.E. "Thomas Paine and The Age of Reason's attack on the Bible." Historian, 58, 4 (Summer 1996): 745-61.

ROUSSEAU

* Robisco, Nathalie-Barbara. Jean-Jacques Rousseau et la Révolution française. Une esthétique de la politique. Paris: Éditions Honoré Champion, 1998. 224 pp. ISBN 2-85203-829-3

SMITH

Justman, Stewart. The Autonomous Male of Adam Smith. University of Oklahoma Press (Oklahoma Project for Discourse and Theory, 14) 1993; new in paperback 1996. ISBN: 0806125845

PORTUGAL

* Brooks, Charles B. Disaster at Lisbon: The Great Earthquake of 1755. Long Beach, CA: Brooks House. ISBN 0-9667578-1-5 [contact brkshouse@aol.com]

RUSSIA, RUSSIAN EMPIRE - HISTORY

Dunning, C. "Does Jack Goldstone's model of early modern state crises apply to Russia?" Comparative Studies in Society and History, 39 3 (July 1997): 572-92.

Kul-Selverstova, S.E. "The role of Russian liberalism in the fate of Belorussian nation." Bulgarian History Review - Revue bulgare d'histoire, 1 (1997): 126-34 [late 18th-19th c].

Moon, D. "Reassessing Russian serfdom." European History Quarterly, 26, 4 (October 1996): 483-526.

[see also title by Velychenko listed under Scotland - History

SCOTLAND - HISTORY

Landsman, NC. "Nation, migration, and the province in the first British empire: Scotland and the Americas, 1600-1800." American History Review¸ 104, 2 (April 1999): 463-75.

Velychenko, S. "Empire loyalism and minority nationalism in Great Britain and imperial Russia, 1707 to 1914: Institutions, law, and nationality in Scotland and Ukraine." Comparative Studies in Society and History. 39, 3 (July 1997): 413-41.

SCOTLAND - LITERATURE

BOSWELL

* Boswell, James. The Correspondence of James Boswell: With James Bruce and Andrew Gibb, Overseers of the Auchinleck Estate. Ed. Nellie Pottle Hankins & John Strawhorn. Yale University Press (Boswell Correspondence, Vol 8), 1999. 336 pp. ISBN: 0-300-07681-9

* Boswell, James. The Correspondence of James Boswell and William Johnson Temple, 1756-1795, 1756-1777, Vol. I. Ed. William Johnson Temple, & Thomas Crawford. Yale University Press (Boswell's Correspondence, Vol 6), 1997. ISBN 0-300-07197-3

* Boswell, James. The General Correspondence of James Boswell: 1766-1769, 1768-1769. Yale University Press, (Yale Editions of the Private Papers of James Boswell, Vol 7). 1998. Ed. Peter S. Baker, Rachel McClellan, Richard C. Cole. 368 pp. ISBN 0-300-07403-4

SPAIN

Storrs, C. "Disaster at Darien (1698-1700)? The persistence of Spanish imperial power on the eve of the demise of the Spanish Habsburgs." European History Quarterly, 29, 1 (January 1999): 5-38.

THEATRE HISTORY

ENGLAND

* Wilkinson, Tate. Memoirs of His Own Life. Ed. Lyle Larsen. Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 1999. ISBN: 0-8386-3767-1

THEORY, CRITICISM

Anderson, W. "The trespass speaks: White masculinity and colonial breakdown." American Historical Review, 102, 5 (December 1997): 1343-70.

Fassin, E. "The purloined gender: American feminism in a French mirror." French Historical Studies, 22, 1 (Winter 1999): 113-38 [review essay].

Kellert, S.H. "Science and literature and philosophy: The case of chaos theory and deconstruction." Configurations, 4, 2 (Spring 1996): 215-32.

Lock, M. "Decentering the natural body: Making difference matter." Configurations, 5, 2 (Spring 1997): 267-92.

* Peterson, Susan Louise. Feminism: A Research and Content Workbook. University Press of America, 1998. 169 pp. ISBN 1-57309-359-9

§ Configurations, 7, 2 (Spring 1999) is a special issue on "Cultural history after Foucault." Titles include G. Rousseau, Introduction (127-36); J. Neubauer, "Foucault's voices" (137-51), R. Markley, "Foucault, modernity, and the cultural study of science" (153-73); U. Kistner, "Georges Cuvier: Founder of modern biology (Foucault), or scientific racist (cultural studies)?" 175-90); M. Bevir, "Humanism in and against The Order of Things"(191-209); P.A. Miller, "Toward a post-Foucauldian history of discursive practices" (211-25); J. Leerssen, "For a post-Foucaldian literary history: A test case from the Gaelic tradition" (227-45); C. van Boheemen, "The trauma of Irishness; or, literature as material cultural memory in Joyce" (247-66); F. Palmeri, "History of narrative genres after Foucault" (267-77); J.S. Fisher, "What is an œuvre? Foucault and literature" (279-90).

U.S. - COLONIAL & FEDERAL HISTORY

Adelman, J., & S. Aron. "From borderlands to borders: Empires, nation-states, and the peoples in between in North American history." American Historical Review, 104, 3 (June 1999): 814-41.

* Birnbaum, Jonathan, & Clarence Taylor, eds. Civil Rights since 1787: A Reader. New York University Press, 2000. 704pp. ISBN 0-8147-8215-9 (cloth), 0-8147-8249-3 (paper)

Breen, T.H., & T. Hall. "Structuring provincial imagination: The rhetoric and experience of social change in eighteenth-century New England." American Historical Review, 103, 5 (December 1998): 1411-1439.

Brookhiser, R. "Celebrity conquers America." American Heritage, 49, 4 (July-August 1998): 30ff.

Cook, L.J. "'Katherine Nanny, alias Naylor': A life in Puritan Boston. Historical Archaeology, 32, 1 (1998): 15-19.

Cray, R.E. "James Davenport's post-bonfire ministry, 1743-1757." Historian, 59, 1 (Fall 1996): 59-73.

Daniels, C. "'Getting his [or her] Livelyhood"' Free workers in slave Anglo-America, 1675-1810." Agricultural History, 71, 2 (Spring 1997): 125-62.

Deutsch, J.I. "A guide to reference sources in American studies." American Studies International, 34, 2 (October 1996): 4-24.

Ethier, E. "Clash at Monmouth." American History, 34, 4 (October 1999): 48 ff. [New Jersey Revolutionary War battle]

Gates-Moresi, M. :A selective annotated bibliography of African-American historical and cultural studies." American Studies International, 36, 1 (February 1998): 6-25.

Geiter, M.K. "The Restoration crisis and the launching of Pennsylvania, 1679-81." English Historical Review, 112, 446 (April 1997): 300-318.

Gilderhus, M.T. "Founding father: Samuel Flagg Bemis and the study of US Latin American relations." Diplomatic History, 21, 1 (Winter 1997): U1 ff. [Bernath Lecture].

Gould, E.H. "A virtual nation: Greater Britain and the imperial legacy of the American revolution." American History Review¸ 104, 2 (April 1999): 476-89.

Gragg, L. "Order vs. liberty: When Congress passed the Alien and Sedition Acts in 1798, it opened a heated debate about the limits of freedom in a free society." American History, 33, 4 (October 1998): 24 ff.

Hamilton, N.A., & R. Hook. "A French spy in America." American History, 34, 3 (August 1999): 22-28 [cartographer Victor Collot's late 18th-c campaign to secure land west of the Appalachians for France].

Hanger, K.S. "'Desiring total tranquility' and not getting it: Conflict involving free Black women in Spanish New Orleans." Americas, 54, 4 (April 1998): 541-56.

Hickman, J., & R. Farrell. "War in the Pacific." American History, 34, 4 (October 1999): 30-38 [USS Essex; Captain David Porter; War of 1812).

Hudson, P. "Penning a legacy." American History, 32, 6 (February 1998): 16-18 [founding of colonial Pennsylvania].

Hurt, R.D. "American agricultural and rural history." American Studies International, 35, 1 (February 1997): 50-71 [bibliographical essay].

Landers, J.G. "Female conflict and its resolution in eighteenth century St. Augustine." Americas, 54, 4 (April 1998): 557-74.

Largent, F.B. "The Florida quagmire." American History, 34, 4 (October 1999): 40-46 [Seminole Wars].

"Lewis-and-Clark campsite confirmed." American History, 33, 6 (February 1999): 8 [1805 Lower Portage].

Lohrenz, O. "The advantage of rank and status: Thomas Price, a loyalist parson of revolutionary Virginia." Historian, 60, 3 (Spring 1998): 561-77.

Morgan, K. "Slave sales in colonial Charleston." English Historical Review, 113, 453 (September 1998): 905-27.

Murray, J.E., & M.M. Cosgel. "Market, religion, and culture in shaker swine production, 1788-1880." Agricultural History, 72, 3 (Summer 1998) 552-73.

Rainville, L. "Hanover deathscapes: Mortuary variability in New Hampshire, 1770-1920." Ethnohistory, 46, 3 (Summer 1999): 541-97.

Reid, R.P. "The Battle of Sullivan's Island" American History, 33, 5 (December 1998): 34 ff.

Riordan, T.B. "The 17th-century cemetery at St. Mary's City: Mortuary practices in the early Chesapeake." Historical Archaeology, 31, 4 (1997): 28-40.

Scherr, A. "Governor James Monroe and the Southampton slave resistance of 1799." Historian, 61, 3 (Spring 1999): 557-78.

Schlafly, D.L. "The first Russian diplomat in America: Andrei Dashkov on the New Republic." Historian, 60, 1 (Fall 1997): 39-57.

§ Diplomatic History, 22, 1 (Winter 1998) includes a special section entitled "A call to revolution: A roundtable on early US foreign relations." Titles include E.S. Rosenberg, Introduction (63-70); P.S. Onuf, "A declaration of independence for diplomatic historians" (71-83); J. Gitlin, "Private diplomacy to private property: States, tribes, and nations in the early national period" (85-99); D. Ben-Atar, "Nationalism, neo-mercantilism, and diplomacy: Rethinking the Franklin mission" (101-114); B. Perkins, "Early American foreign relations: Opportunities and challenges" (115-20).

§ Historical Archaeology, 31, 3 (1997) is a special issue on African-American Archaeology - titles include: C. McDavid & C. Hall, Preface (1-4); D.W. Babson, Introduction (5-6); J. Baker, "The search for my African-American ancestry" (7-17); L. Derry, "Pre-emancipation archaeology: Does it play in Selma, Alabama?" (18-26); Y. Edwards-Ingram, "Toward 'true acts of inclusion': The 'here' and the 'out there' concepts in public archaeology" (27-35); M. Franklin, "'Power to the people': Sociopolitics and the archaeology of Black Americans" (36-50); J.G. Gibb, "Necessary but insufficient: Plantation archaeology reports and community action" (51-64); P.L. Jeppson, "'Leveling the playing field' in the contested territory of the South African past: A 'public' versus a 'people's' form of historical archaeology outreach" (65-82); C.J. LaRoche & M.L. Blakey, "Seizing intellectual power: The dialogue at the New York African Burial Ground" (84-106); C.S. Matthews, "Where do we go from here? Researching and interpreting the African-American experience" (107-13); C. McDavid, "Descendants, decisions, and power: The public interpretation of the archaeology of the Levi Jordan plantation" (114-31); M.D. Patten, "Cheers of protest? The public, the Post, and the parable of learning" (132-39).

§ Historical Archaeology, 32, 3 (1998) is a special issue entitled: "Perspectives on the Archaeology of Colonial Boston: The Archaeology of the Central Artery-Tunnel Project, Boston, Massachusetts" - titles include: C.D. Cheek, "Introduction" (1-10); B.A. Bower, "The Central Artery-Tunnel-Project preservation program" (11-18); G. McHargue, "Great expectations: The public interpretation program for the Central-Artery-Tunnel-Project" (19-23); D.B. Heck & J.F. Balicki, "Katherine Naylor's 'House of Office': A Seventeenth-century privy" (24-37); A. Bain, "A Seventeenth-century beetle fauna from colonial Boston" (38-48); G.K. Kelso, "Pollen analysis of the Feature-4 privy at the Cross Street back lot site, Boston, Massachusetts" (49-62); M.G. Dudek, L. Kaplan, & M.M. King, "Botanical remains from a Seventeenth-century privy at the Cross-Street back lot site" (63-71); G.J. Brown & J. Bowen, "Animal bones from the Cross-Street back lot privy" (72-80); M.T. Ordonez & L. Welters, "Textiles from the seventeenth-century privy at the Cross-Street back lot site" (81-90); J.A. Butterworth, "Forming the past" (91-98); J.F. Balicki, "Wharves, privies, and the pewterer: Two colonial period sites on the Shawmut Peninsula, Boston" (99-120); N.S. Seasholes, "Filling Boston's Mill Pond" (121-36); J. Bowen, "To market, to market: Animal husbandry in New England: (137-52); C.D. Cheek, "Massachusetts Bay foodways: Regional and class influences" (153-72).

[See also title by Perry listed under Computer &c.; by Smith listed under Economics'

JEFFERSON

"DNA tests show Jefferson/Hemings link." American History, 34, 1 (April 1999): 6.

Egerton, D.R. "Thomas Jefferson and the Hemings family: A matter of blood." Historian, 59, 2 (Winter 1997): 327-45.

* Engeman, Thomas. Thomas Jefferson and the Politics of Nature. University of Notre Dame Press, 1999. ISBN: 0-2680-4211-X (paper)

Lewis, J., & P.S. Onuf. "American synecdoche: Thomas Jefferson as image, icon, character, and self." American Historical Review, 103, 1 (February 1998): 125-36.

McDonald, R.M.S. "Thomas Jefferson and historical self-construction: The earth belongs to the living?." Historian, 61, 2 (Winter 1999): 289-310.

Sofka, J.R. "The Jeffersonian idea of national security: Commerce, the Atlantic balance of power, and the Barbary-War, 1786-1805." Diplomatic History, 21,4 (Fall 1997): 519-44.

Truscott, L.K. "Tom and Sally and Frank and me: A Jefferson descendant on luck, ancestry, and the meaning of the DNA findings." American Heritage, 50, 1 (February-March 1999): 82-84.

Weisberger, B.A. "Jefferson's mistress? Why the possible liaison between Thomas Jefferson and his slave Sally Hemings matters to us." American Heritage, 47, 7 (November 1997): 14 ff.

WASHINGTON

Stanworth, K. "Rhetoric, ritual, and the fashioning of public memory in Washington's America." Histoire sociale -Social History, 29, 58 (November 1996): 311-31.

U.S. - COLONIAL & FEDERAL LITERATURE

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* Scherr, Arthur. "I Married Me a Wife": Male Attitudes Toward Women in the American Museum, 1787-1792. University Press of America, 1999. 192 pp. ISBN 0-7391-0044-0

BYRD, WILLIAM

Berland, K.J.H., Jan K. Gilliam, & Kenneth A. Lockridge. "William Byrd's Scriblerian Stories." Scriblerian, 22, 2 / 23, 1 (Spring - Autumn 1999): 231-34 [early Pope & Swift anecdotes]

 

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