Selected Readings, No 75

December 15, 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

Corfield, P. "Laughing at the learned." History Today, 47, 12 (December 1997): 3-5.

AFRICA & THE AFRICAN DIASPORA

Ames, G.J. "An African Eldorado? The Portuguese quest for wealth and power in Mozambique and the Rios de Cuama, 1661-1683." International Journal of African Historical Studies, 31, 1 (1998): 91-110.

Bank, A. "The Great Debate and the origins of South African historiography." Journal of African History, 38, 2 (1997): 261-81.

Behrendt, S.D. "The annual volume and regional distribution of the British slave trade, 1780-1807." Journal of African History, 38, 2 (1997): 1997.

Bradford, H. "Women, gender and colonialism: Rethinking the history of the British Cape Colony and its frontier zones, c.1806-70." Journal of African History, 37, 3 (1996): 351-70.

Deacon, H. "Midwives and medical men in the Cape Colony before 1860." Journal of African History, 39, 2 (1998): 271-92.

Greene, S.E. "Sacred terrain: Religion, politics and place in the history of Angola." International Journal of African Historical Studies, 30, 1 (1997): 1-22.

Law, R. "The politics of commercial transition: Factional conflict in Dahomey in the context of the ending of the Atlantic slave trade." Journal of African History, 38, 2 (1997): 213-33.

Mark, P. "The evolution of 'Portuguese' identity: Luso-Africans on the Upper Guinea Coast from the sixteenth to the early nineteenth century." Journal of African History, 40, 2 (1999): 173-91.

Nurse, D. "The contributions of linguistics to the study of history in Africa." Journal of African History, 38, 3 (1997): 359-91.

Phillips, J. "Punt and Aksum: Egypt and the horn of Africa." Journal of African History, 38, 3 (1997): 423-57.

Pouwels, R.L. "East African coastal history." Journal of African History, 40, 2 (1999): 285-96 [review essay].

Quirin, J. "Caste and class in historical North-West Ethiopia: The Beta Israel (Falasha) and Kemant, 1300-1900." Journal of African History, 39, 2 (1998): 195-220.

* Ross, Robert. A Concise History of South Africa. Cambridge University Press, 1999. 219 pp. ISBN 0-521-57313-0 (paper) -- and see brief untitled review by James Barber, TLS 5042 (November 19, 1999): 32.

Schmidt, P.R. "Archaeological views on a history of landscape change in East Africa." Journal of African History, 38, 3 (1997): 393-421.

Wells, J.C. "Eva's men: Gender and power in the establishment of the Cape of Good Hope, 1652-74." Journal of African History, 39, 3 (1998): 417-37.

[see also title by Jacques listed under Philosophy]

AUSTRALIA, NEW ZEALAND,
& PACIFIC HISTORY

Haines, R., et al. "Migration and opportunity: An antipodean perspective." International Review of Social History, 43, 2 (August 1998): 235-63.

Newbury, C. "Mammon in paradise: Economic enterprise in Pacific historiography." Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, 26, 2 (May 1998): 196-212.

[see also title by Bouchard & Ouellet listed under Canada]

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

* Manguel, Alberto. Une histoire de la lecture. Arles et Montréal: Actes Sud et Leméac, 1998. 428 pp. Ill. Traduction de Christine Le Bœuf. ISBN: 2-7427-1543-6.

BURMA

Lieberman, V. "Political consolidation in Burma under the early Konbaung dynasty 1752-c.1820." Journal of Asian History, 30, 2 (1996): 152-68.

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

Bouchard, Emmanuel et Réal Ouellet, «Sauvages du Canada et du Pacifique chez Bougainville», Revista Española de Estudios Canadienses, 3, 2, novembre 1997, p. 7-23.

Henry, J. "From Acadien to Cajun to cadien: Ethnic labelization and construction of identity." Journal of American Ethnic History, 17, 4 (Summer 1998): 29

Mourby, A. "Images of Acadia." History Today, 47, 12 (December 1997): 5-7.

CARIBBEAN HISTORY

§ History Workshop, 46 (Fall 1998) includes a special feature on "Haiti remembered" - titles include C.E. Fick, "Dilemmas of emancipation: from the Saint Domingue insurrections of 1791 to the emerging Haitian state" [Reprinted from Proceedings of the Table Ronde sur l'insurrection de la nuit du 22 aout 1791 a Saint Domingue, December 1997] (1-15); B. Schwarz & S. Hall, "Breaking bread with history: C.L.R. James and The Black Jacobins" (17-31); C. Kaplan, "Black heroes white writers: Toussaint L'Ouverture and the literary imagination" (33-62).

[see also title by O'Shaughnessy listed under England - History]

CARTOGRAPHY

Withers, C.W.J. "Reporting, mapping, trusting: Making geographical knowledge in the late seventeenth century." Isis, 800, 3 (September 1999): 497-521.

CHINA

Suganuma, U. "Sino-Liuqiu and Japanese-Liuqiu relations in early modern times." Journal of Asian History, 31, 1 (1997): 47-60.

§ History and Theory, 35, 4 (1996) is a special issue on Chinese historiography; titles include S. Weigelin-Schwiedrzik, "Chinese historiography in comparative perspective" (1-4); J. Rusen, "Some theoretical approaches to intercultural comparative historiography" (5-22); B. Schwartz, "History in Chinese culture: Some comparative reflections" (23-33); M. Quirin, "Scholarship, value, method, and hermeneutics in kaozheng: Some reflections on Cui Shu (1740-1816) and the Confucian classics" (34-53); A. Schneider, "Between Dao and history: Two Chinese historians in search of a modern identity for China" (54-73); S. Weigelin-Schwiedrzik, "On shi and lun Toward a typology of historiography in the PRC" (74-95); A. Dirlik, "Chinese history and the question of orientalism" (96-118).

§ International History Review, 20, 2 (June 1998) is a special issue on"Manchu Colonialism" - titles include P.C. Perdue, "Comparing empires: Manchu colonialism" (255-62); P.C. Perdue, "Boundaries, maps, and movement: Chinese, Russian, and Mongolian empires in early modern central Eurasia" (263-86); N. Di Cosmo,"Qing colonial administration in inner Asia" (287-309); D. Heuschert, "Legal pluralism in the Qing empire: Manchu legislation for the Mongols" (310-24); E. Sperling, "Awe and submission: A Tibetan aristocrat at the court of Qianlong" (325-35); J. Waley-Cohen, "Religion, war, and empire-building in eighteenth-century China" (336-52); E.J. Teng, "An island of women: The discourse of gender in Qing travel writing about Taiwan" (353-70); M. Adas, "Imperialism and colonialism in comparative perspective" (371-88).

CLASSICS & CLASSICAL CIVILIZATION

Brunet, Étienne. «Le latin dans la littérature française», dans la Réception du latin (Angers, 1996), pp. 125-141.

CICERO

[see title by Dussinger listed under England - Literature - Richardson]

TACITUS

[see title by Bertland listed under Historiography]

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

  Biblioteca: Many electronic texts in Italian (including philosophicalworks) may be found at the Biblioteca site hosted by the Università di Milano. Available: http://www.liberliber.it/biblioteca/index.htm

O'Malley, M., & R. Rosenzweig. "Brave new world or blind alley? American history on the World Wide Web." Journal of American History, 84, 1 (June 1997): 132-55.

Rundle, D. "Internet history." History Today, 48, 11 (November 1998): 14-15 [multimedia for historians].

  Teaching Politics - Dr. William J. Ball's site provides resources for teaching U.S. political history, including the feature Images of American Political History. Available: http://teachpol.tcnj.edu/

Walbert, K.L. "Teaching, collaboration, and the Internet: Joining a global conversation." Journal of American History, 83, 4 (March 1997): 1357-60.

CZECHOSLOVAKIA

* Sayer, Derek. The Coasts of Bohemia: A Czech History. Princeton University Press, 1998. xv, 442 pp., ill., maps. ISBN 0-691-05760-5 (paper) --and see H-NET online review by Hugh Agnew, "Charting the coastlines of identity."

DENMARK

Munck, T. "Absolute monarchy in later eighteenth-century Denmark: centralized reform, public expectations, and the Copenhagen press." Historical Journal, 41, 1 (March 1998): 201-24.

ECONOMICS

Carlos, A.M., J. Key, & J.L. Dupree. "Learning and the creation of stock-market institutions: Evidence from the Royal African and Hudson's Bay Companies, 1670-1700." Journal of Economic History, 58, 2 (June 1998): 318-44.

Carmona, J., & J. Simpson. "The rabassa morta in Catalan viticulture: The rise and decline of a long-term sharecropping contract, 1670s-1920s." Journal of Economic History, 59, 2 (June 1999): 290-315.

Coelho, P.R.P., & R.A. McGuire. "African and European bound labor in the British New World: The biological consequences of economic choices." Journal of Economic History, 57, 1 (March 1997): 83-115.

Ejrnaes, M. & K.G. Persson. "Grain storage in early modern Europe." Journal of Economic History, 59, 3 (September 1999): 762-72.

Esteban, J.C. "The rising share of British industrial exports in industrial output, 1700-1851." Journal of Economic History, 57, 4 (December 1997): 879-906.

Firth, A. "From oeconomy to 'the economy': population and self-interest in discourses on government." History of the Human Sciences, 11, 3 (August 1998): 19-35.

Klasen, S. "Marriage, bargaining, and intrahousehold resource allocation: Excess female mortality among adults during early German development, 1740-1860." Journal of Economic History, 58, 2 (June 1998): 432-67.

Mancall, P.C., & T. Weiss. "Was economic growth likely in colonial British North America?" Journal of Economic History, 59, 1 (March 1999): 17-40.

Nielsen, R. "Storage and English government intervention in early modern grain markets." Journal of Economic History, 57, 2 (March 1997): 1-33.

Reynard, P.C. "Manufacturing strategies in the eighteenth century: Subcontracting for growth among papermakers in the Auvergne." Journal of Economic History, 58, 1 (March 1998): 155-82.

Roberts, M.J.D. "The concept of luxury in British political economy: Adam Smith to Alfred Marshall." History of the Human Sciences, 11, 1 (February 1998): 23-47.

Voth, H.J. "Time and work in eighteenth-century London." Journal of Economic History, 58, 1 (March 1998): 29-58.

§ Journal of Economic History, 56, 4 (December 1996) includes a discussion of chartered companies - titles include S.R.H. Jones & S.P Ville, "Efficient transactors or rent-seeking monopolists? The rationale for early chartered trading companies" (898-915); A.M. Carlos & S. Nicholas, "Theory and history: Seventeenth-century joint-stock chartered trading companies" (916-24), and a response by Jones & Ville, "Theory and evidence: Understanding chartered trading companies" (925-26).

[see also title by Buel listed under Maritime History]

ENGLAND - HISTORY

Andrew, D.T. "'Adultery a la Mode': Privilege, the law and attitudes to adultery 1770-1809." History, 82, 265 (January 1997): 5-23.

Andrews, S. "Pitt and Anti-Jacobin hysteria." History Today, 48, 9 (September 1998): 49-54.

Armitage, D. "A patriot for whom? The afterlives of Bolingbroke's patriot king." Journal of British Studies, 36, 4 (October 1997): 397-418.

Barclay, A. "The rise of Edward Colman." Historical Journal, 42, 1 (March 1999): 109-31 [Religious toleration].

Bayly, C.A. "The first age of global imperialism, c.1760-1830." Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, 26, 2 (May 1998): 28-47.

Beaver, D. "The great deer massacre: Animals, honor, and communication in early modern England." Journal of British Studies, 38, 2 (April 1999): 187-216.

Bowen, H.V. "British conception of global empire, 1756-83." Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, 26, 3 (September 1998): 1-27.

Burrows, S. "Culture and misperception: The law and the press in the outbreak of war in 1803." International History Review, 18, 4 (November 1996): 793-818.

Churches, C. "False friends, spiteful enemies: a community at law in early modern England." Historical Research, 71, 174 (February 1998): 52-74.

Conway, S. "British mobilization in the war of American independence." Historical Research, 72, 177 (February 1999): 58-76.

Conway, S. "Locality, metropolis and nation: The impact of the military camps in England during the American War." History, 82, 267 (October 1997): 547-62.

Cressy, D. "Gender trouble and cross-dressing in early modern England." Journal of British Studies, 35, 4 (October 1996): 438-65.

Devereaux, S. "The city and the sessions paper: 'Public justice' in London, 1770-1800." Journal of British Studies, 35, 4 (October 1996): 466-603.

Davis, M.T. "'That odious class of men called Democrats': Daniel Isaac Eaton and the Romantics 1794-1795." History, 273 (January 1999): 74-92.

Devereaux, S. "The making of the Penitentiary Act, 1775-1779." Historical Journal, 42, 2 (June 1999): 405-33.

Dickinson, J.R. & J.A. Sharpe. "Courts, crime and litigation in the Isle of Man, 1580-1700." Historical Research, 72, 178 (June 1999): 140-59.

Duffy, M. "William Pitt and the origins of the Loyalist Association Movement of 1792." Historical Journal, 39, 4 (December 1996): 943-62.

Durey, M. "The British Secret Service and the escape of Sir Sidney Smith from Paris in 1798." History, 84, 25 (July 1999): 437-57.

Emsley, C. "The origins of the modern police." History Today, 49, 4 (April 1999): 8-14.

Evans, C. "Work and workloads during industrialization: The experience of forgemen in the British iron industry 1750-1850." International Review of Social History, 44, 2 (August 1999): 197-215.

Fissell, M. "Imagining vermin in early modern England." History Workshop, 47 (Spring 1999): 1-29.

Flavell, J.M. "The 'school-for-modesty-and-humility': Colonial American youth in London and their parents, 1755-1775." Historical Journal, 42, 2 (June 1999): 377-403.

Fletcher, A. "Manhood, the male body, courtship and the household in early modern England." History, 84, 25 (July 1999): 419-36.

Goldie, M. "The Bill of Rights, 1689 and 1998." History Today, 48, 9 (September 1998): 10-12 [precedents for new Bill of Rights].

Green, D.R. "Lines of conflict: Labour disputes in London, 1790-1870." International Review of Social History, 43, 2 (August 1998): 203-233.

Halliday, P.D. "'A clashing of jurisdictions': Commissions of association in Restoration corporations." Historical Journal, 41, 2 (June 1998): 425-55.

Harling, P. "The Duke of York affair (1809) and the complexities of war-time patriotism." Historical Journal, 39, 4 (December 1996): 963-84.

Harris, B., & C.A. Whatley. "'To solemnize His Majesty's birthday': New perspectives on loyalism in George II's Britain." History, 83, 271 (July 1998): 397-419.

Hay, D. "Patronage, paternalism, and welfare: Masters, workers, and magistrates in eighteenth-century England." International Labor and Working Class History, 53 (Spring 1998): 27-48.

Hindle, S. "Power, poor relief, and social relations in Holland Fen, c. 1600-1800." Historical Journal, 41, 1 (March 1998): 67-96 [Lincolnshire].

Horwitz, H. "Chancery's 'younger sister': The Court of Exchequer and its equity jurisdiction, 1649-1841." Historical Research, 72, 178 (June 1999): 160-82.

Hyam, R. "The primacy of geopolitics: The dynamics of British imperial policy, 1763-1963." Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, 27, 2 (May 1999): 27-52.

Innes, J. "Biography database 1680-1830 on CD-ROM." History, 84, 25 (July 1999): 538-40.

Jones, P.M. "Living the Enlightenment and the French Revolution: James Watt, Matthew Boulton, and their sons." Historical Journal, 42, 1 (March 1999): 157-82.

Lee, S.M. "'A new language in Politicks': George Canning and the idea of opposition, 1801-1807." History, 83, 271 (July 1998): 472-96.

Marshall, P.J. "Who cared about the Thirteen Colonies? Some evidence from philanthropy." Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, 27, 2 (May 1999): 53-67.

* Massey, Victoria. The First Lady Diana: Lady Diana Spencer, 1710-1735 London Bridge Trade, 1999. 256 pp. ISBN 1-902809-01-7 - and see brief untitled review by John Cannon, TLS 5042 (November 19, 1999): 32.

McClendon, M.C. "A moveable feast: Saint George's Day celebrations and religious change in early modern England." Journal of British Studies, 38, 1 (January 1999): 1-27.

Melikan, R.A. "Mr attorney general and the politicians." Historical Journal, 40, 1 (March 1997): 41-69.

Milhous, Judith, & Robert D. Hume. "Eighteenth-century equity lawsuits in the court of Exchequer as a source for historical research." Historical Research, 70, 172 (June 1997): 231-46.

Milton, J.R. & P. Milton. "Selecting the grand jury: A tract by John Locke." Historical Journal, 40, 1 (March 1997): 185-94.

Ohlmeyer, J. "The Wars of the Three Kingdoms." History Today, 48, 11 (November 1998): 16-22 [interlocking set of conflicts, including civil war, in 17th century].

O'Shaughnessy, A.J. "The formation of a commercial lobby: The West India interest, British colonial policy and the American Revolution." Historical Journal, 40, (March 1997): 71-95.

Pennell, S. "Consumption and consumerism in early modern England." Historical Journal, 42, 2 (June 1999): 549-64 (historiographic review).

Quinault, R. "The cult of the Centenary, c.1784-1914." Historical Research, 71, 176 (October 1998): 303-323.

Saptari, R "Rethinking domestic service." International Review of Social History, 44, 1 (April 1999): 77-85 [review essay].

Sherwood, M. "Blacks in the Gordon riots." History Today, 47, 12 (December 1997): 24-28.

Short, M.J. "The Corporation of Hull and the government of 'James II', 1687-8." Historical Research, 71, 175 (June 1998): 172-95.

Steckley, G.F. "Litigious mariners: Wage cases in the seventeenth-century Admiralty Court." Historical Journal, 42, 2 (June 1999): 315-45.

Stoyle, M. "The dissidence of despair: Rebellion and identity in early modern Cornwall." Journal of British Studies, 38, 4 (October 1999): 423-44.

Thomas, P.D.G. "The Monmouthshire election of 1771." Historical Research, 72, 177 (February 1999): 44-57.

Till, B. "The Worcester House Declaration and the restoration of the Church of England." Historical Research, 70, 172 (June 1997): 203-230.

* Tillyard, Stella. Quatre aristocrates anglaises. Paris: Seuil, 1998. 378 pp. Traduction de Françoise Werner.

Willmoth, F. "Dugdale's History of imbanking and drayning: a 'Royalist' Antiquarian in the Sixteen-Fifties." Historical Research, 71, 176 (October 1998): 281-302.

Wrigley, E.A. "How reliable is our knowledge of the demographic characteristics of the English population in the Early Modern Period?" Historical Journal, 40, 3 (September 1997): 571-95.

[see also title by Harris listed under Scotland - History]

§ History, 83, 270 (April 1998) is a special issue on William Pitt the Younger; titles include Introduction (213-15); M. Duffy, "The Younger Pitt and the House-of-Commons" (217-224); P. O'Brien, "Political biography and Pitt the Younger as Chancellor of the Exchequer" (225-33); J. Mori, "The political theory of William Pitt the Younger" (234-48); D. Wilkinson, "The Pitt-Portland coalition of 1794 and the origins of the 'Tory' party" (249-64); D.J. Brown, "The government of Scotland under Henry Dundas and William Pitt" (265-79); E. Sparrow, "Secret service under Pitt's administrations, 1792-1806" (280-94).

§ The International Review of Social History, 44, 1 (April 1999) includes a feature discussion on the early modern household - titles include S. King, "Chance encounters? Paths to household formation in early modern England" (23-46); J.R. Gillis, "'A triumph of hope over experience': Chance and choice in the history of marriage" (47-54); R. Wall, "Beyond the household: Marriage, household formation and the role of kin and neighbours" (55-67); and a reply by S. King, "Chance, choice and calculation in the process of 'getting married'" (69-76).

ENGLAND - LITERATURE

* Barney, Richard A. Plots of Enlightenment: Education and the Novel in Eighteenth-Century England. Stanford University Press, 1999. ISBN: 0-8047-2978-6.

* Bellamy, Liz. Commerce, Morality and the Eighteenth-Century Novel., Cambridge University Press, 1998. vii, 233 pp. ISBN: 0-521-62247.

Fletcher, Loraine. "Response...to Patricia Meyer Spacks..." Eighteenth-Century Fiction, 12, 1, (October 1999): 101-102.

Grenby, M.O. "The Anti-Jacobin novel: British fiction, British conservatism and the revolution in France." History, 83, 271 (July 1998): 445-71 [includes checklist of novels featuring anti-Jacobin sentiments].

Stafford, W. "Narratives of women: English feminists of the 1790s." History, 82, 265 (January 1997): 24-43.

Taylor, Derek. "Clarissa Harlowe, Mary Astell, and Elizabeth Carter: John Norris of Bemerton's Female 'Descendants.'" Eighteenth-Century Fiction, 12, 1 (October 1999): 19-38.

[see also title by Gardiner listed under History of Religion - Christianity - Roman Catholicism]

AUSTEN

Copeland, Edward. "'The Talk in Jane Austen.' Conference of the Jane Austen Society of North America (JASNA), Jasper, Alberta, 14-16 May 1999." Eighteenth-Century Fiction, 12, 1 (October 1999): 125-32.

* Tomalin, Claire. Jane Austen. A Life. New York: Vintage Books, 1999 (1997), xiv/341 p. Ill. ISBN: 0-679-76676-6.

BEHN

Starr, G. Gabrielle. "Rereading Prose Fiction: Lyric Convention in Aphra Behn and Eliza Haywood.: Eighteenth-Century Fiction, 12, 1, (October 1999): 1-18. ISSN: 0840-6286.

BLAKE

  The William Blake Archive < http://www.iath.virginia.edu/blake > has published new electronic editions of The Book of Thel, copy J, and Visions of the Daughters of Albion, copy G.

BURNEY

[see title by Macey listed under France - Literature]

DEFOE

* Bignami, Marialuisa. Wrestling with Defoe: Approaches from a Workshop on Defoe's Prose. Milan: Università degli Studi di Milano, Facoltà di Lettere e Filosofia (coll. «Quaderni de Acme», 30), 1997. 200 pp. ISBN: 88-323-4562-5.

HAYWOOD

[see title by Starr listed under England - Literature - Behn]

MILTON

Campbell, Grant. "Starry Wheels and Watch-Fiends: Clocks and Timepieces in William Blake's Milton." Lumen. Travaux choisis de la Société canadienne d'étude du dix-huitième siècle. Selected Proceedings from the Canadian Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies, 17 (1998): 165-174.

RICHARDSON

* Barchas, Janine, with Gordon D. Fulton. The Annotations in Lady Bradshaigh's Copy of "Clarissa." Victoria (BC): University of Victoria (coll. «English Literary Studies Monograph Series», 76, 1998). 144 pp. ISBN : 0-920604-59-5.

Chung, Ewha. Samuel Richardson's New Nation: Paragons of the Domestic Sphere and "Native" Virtue. Berne & New York: Peter Lang, 1998. vii, 162 pp. ISBN: 0-8204-3362-4.

Dussinger, John A. '''Ciceronian Eloquence': The Politics of Virtue in Richardson's Pamela." Eighteenth-Century Fiction, 12, 1 (October 1999): 39-60.

SHAFTESBURY

Cowan, B. "Reasonable ecstasies: Shaftesbury and the languages of libertinism." Journal of British Studies, 37, 2 (April 1998): 111-38.

EUROPEAN HISTORY

Croxton, D. "The peace of Westphalia of 1648 and the origins of sovereignty." International Historical Review, 21, 3 (September 1999): 569-91.

Headley, J.M. "The burden of European imperialisms, 1500-1800." International Historical Review, 18, 4 (November 1996): 873-87 [review article].

Lynn, J.A. "The evolution of army style in the modern West, 800-2000." International History Review, 18, 3 (August 1996): 505-45.

* Romano, Sergio. An Outline of European History from 1789 to 1989. Tr. by Lynn Gunzberg. New York and Oxford: Berghahn Books, 1999. 183 pp. ISBN 1-57181-076-5. And see H-NET online review by Paul Doerr, "The Nation-State in European History."

FICTION & POETRY WITH
AN 18TH-CENTURY HISTORICAL SETTING

* Baudouin, Jacques. les Mandarin blanc. Paris: Lattès, 1999. 374 pp. Roman qui se déroule au XVIIIe siècle.

* Béteille, Roger. Fortune lointaine. Paris et Rodez: Hachette et Éditions du Rouergue, 320 pp. Roman qui se déroule au XVIIIe siècle. ISBN: 2 01016093 2.

Crozes, Daniel. la Cloche volée. 1793. Rodez, Éditions du Rouergue, 312 p. Roman qui se déroule au XVIIIe siècle. ISBN: 2 905209 34 8.

Crozes, Daniel, les Feux de la liberté. 1789-1793, Rodez, Éditions du Rouergue, 312 p. Roman qui se déroule au XVIIIe siècle. ISBN: 2 905209 27 5.

Crozes, Daniel, les Neiges rouges de l'An II. 1793-1794, Rodez, Éditions du Rouergue, 312 p. Roman qui se déroule au XVIIIe siècle. ISBN: 2 905209 48 8.

* Cressanges, Jeanne. le Luthier de Mirecourt. Paris: Denoèl, 1999. 336 pp. [Roman qui se déroule au XVIIIe siècle.]

Dukes, P. "Fictory or faction? The current boom in historical fiction." History Today, 49, 9 (September 1999): 24-26.

* Guédé, Alain. Monsieur de Saint-George. Arles: Actes Sud, 1999. 320 pp. [Roman qui se déroule au XVIIIe siècle.]

McCalman, I. "Controlling the riots: Dickens, Barnaby Rudge and Romantic revolution." History, 84, 25 (July 1999): 458-76 [Dickens' novel set in England at the time of the Gordon Riots].

* Piat, Colette. les Filles du roi**. Dans les plaines d'Abraham. Monaco: Éditions du Rocher, 1999 [Roman qui se déroule au XVIIIe siècle].

* Picouly, Daniel. l'Enfant léopard. Paris: Grasset, 1999. 400 pp. [Roman qui se déroule au XVIIIe siècle].

Ruprecht, L.A. "Clio and Melpomene: In defense of the historical novel." Historical Reflections - Réflexions historiques, 23, 2 (Fall 1997): 389-418.

FRANCE - HISTORY

* Assaf, Francis B. la Mort du Roi. Une thanatographie de Louis XIV. Tübingen: Gunter Narr Verlag (coll. «Biblio 17», 112), 1999. ISBN : 3-8233-5524-4. L'«Introduction» est disponible sur Internet : < http://www.rom.uga.edu/mac/fassaf/Intro.html>.

Bovet, Jeanne. «Les théories de l'actio aux XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles». Tangence, 60 (mai 1999): 11-23 [Revue publiée par l'Université du Québec à Rimouski. ISSN: 0226-9554].

Briggs, R. "Finance, religion, and the French state." Historical Journal, 42, 2 (June 1999): 565-70 [review article]

Broers, M. ".The Napoleonic police and their legacy." History Today, 49, 5 (May 1999): 27-33.

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 (automne 1999): 82-99.

Chandler, D. "Bonaparte at Toulon: The right man in the right place." History Today, 49, 6 (June 1999): 35-41.

Hanley, S. "Mapping rulership in the French body politic: Political identity, public law and the king's one body." Historical Reflections - Réflexions historiques, 23, 2 (Spring 1997): 129-49.

* Leigh, John. Search for Englightenment: Introduction to 18th-Century French Writing. London: Duckworth, 1999. 176 pp. ISBN 0-7156-2839-9 (paper)

Margadant, J.B. "The duchesse de Berry and royalist political culture in postrevolutionary France." History Workshop, 43 (Spring 1997): 23-52.

Mori, J. "The British government and the Bourbon-Restoration: The occupation of Toulon, 1793." Historical Journal, 40, 3 (September 1997): 699-719.

Price, M. "Louis XVI and Gustavus III: Secret diplomacy and counterrevolution, 1791-1792." Historical Journal, 42, 2 (June 1999): 435-66.

Rachum, I. "The entrance of the word 'Revolution' into French political discourse (1648-1653)." Historical Reflections - Réflexions historiques, 23, 2 (Spring 1997): 229-49.

Savage, G. "Favier's heirs: The French Revolution and the secret-du-roi." Historical Journal, 41, 1 (March 1998): 225-58.

* Wagener, Françoise. l'Impératrice Joséphine. Paris: Flammarion, 1999. 512 p.

§ Historical Reflections - Reflexions historiques, 25, 2 (Summer 1999) is a special issue on "Postmodernism and the French Enlightenment." Titles include D. Gordon, "Introduction" (177-82); M.W. Ghachem, "Montesquieu in the Caribbean: The colonial Enlightenment between Code Noir and Code Civil" (183-210); A. Goldhammer, "Man in the mirror: Language, the Enlightenment and the postmodern" (211-26); D. Rosenberg, "An eighteenth-century time machine: The Encyclopedia of Denis Diderot" (227-50); E. Russo, "Virtuous economies: Modernity and noble expenditure from Montesquieu to Caillois" (251-78); R. Schechter, "Rationalizing the Enlightenment: Postmodernism and theories of anti-semitism" (279-306); A. Johns, "Reproducing Utopia: Jeanne-Marie Leprince de Beaumonts's The New Clarissa" (307-21); J.K. Wright, "The pre-postmodernism of Carl Becker" (323-40); L. Miller, "Foucault, Nietzsche, Enlightenment: Some historical considerations" (341-64); D. Gordon, "On the supposed obsolescence of the French Enlightenment" (365-85).

§ History Today, 48, 1 (January 1998) contains a feature section on "Napoleon and Europe." Titles include J. Black, " Introduction" (10-11); "Napoleon and Europe (Chronology, 1792-1821)" (12); M. Rapport, "Napoleon's rise to power" (12-19); M. Broers, "The Empire behind the lines" (20-26); A.D. Harvey, "Napoleon: The myth" (27-32).

FRANCE - LITERATURE

Bernier, Marc André. «Des mouvements de la nature à la mise en scène du corps libertin: la savante éloquence d'une Fille de joye». Tangence, 60 (mai 1999), p. 84-94. [Revue publiée par l'Université du Québec à Rimouski. ISSN: 0226-9554.]

Bertaud, Madeleine (édit.). Travaux de littérature, 12 (1999), 464 pp. Numéro consacré à «Architectes et archtecture dans la littérature française».

Boindin, Nicolas. Quatre comédies, 1701-1707: les Trois Gascons, le Bal d'Auteuil, le Port de mer, le Petit-maître de robe, Paris: Société des textes français modernes, vol. 212, 1997, xcv, 255 pp. Édition établie et annotée par John Dunkley. ISBN: 2-86503-248-5; ISSN: 0768-0821.

Charbonneau, Frédéric. «Les emblèmes de la maladie. Dialogue du corps et de l'âme.» Tangence , 60 (mai 1999): 105-118 [Revue publiée par l'Université du Québec à Rimouski. ISSN: 0226-9554].

* Danan, Joseph et Jean-Pierre Ryngaert (édit.). Éléments pour une histoire du texte de théâtre. Paris: Dunod, 1997. 186 pp.

* Denon, Vivant. Lettres à Bettine. Arles: Actes Sud, 1999. 624 pp. Édition de Fausta Garavini.

Macey, J. David, Jr. «"Where the World May Ne'er Invade"? Green Retreats and Garden Theatre in La Princesse de Clèves, The History of Miss Betsy Thoughtless, and CeciliaEighteenth-Century Fiction, 12, 1 (octobre 1999): 75-100.

Moser-Verrey, Monique. «Liminaire.» Tangence, 60 (mai 1999): 5-9. Moser-Verrey, Monique Moser-Verrey, Monique, «Liminaire», Tangence, 60, mai 1999, p. 5-9 -- édit., numéro intitulé «L'éloquence du corps sous l'Ancien Régime». [Revue publiée par l'Université du Québec à Rimouski. ISSN: 0226-9554].

Moureau, François. «Claude Gillot et l'univers du théâtre», dans Claude Gillot (1673-1722). Comédies, sabbats et autres sujets bizarres (Paris et Langres: Somogy Éditions d'art et Musée de Langres, 1999), pp. 77-93. Ill.

Moureau, François. «La contrefaçon du livre: une histoire pour aujourd'hui.» Revue française de géoéconomie, 10 (été 1999: 119-125.

Moureau, François. «Encore ces Messieurs de Rieu.» la Lettre clandestine, 3 (1994); Rééd., 1999, pp. 295-297.

Moureau, François. «Épigrammes inédites de Chaulieu contre des auteurs dramatiques et des poètes.» Études sur le XVIIIe siècle, 26 (1998): 93-98.

Moureau, François. «Manuscrits de la vente Bignon (1849.» la Lettre clandestine, 4 (1995), rééd., 1999, 557-558.

Moureau, François. «Notes sur les manuscrits de la vente Cayrol (1861).» la Lettre clandestine, 4 (1995), rééd., 1999, 553-555.

Moureau, François. «Une attestation d'orthodoxie rédigée par Nicolas Fréret.» la Lettre clandestine, 4 (1995), rééd., 1999, 628.

* Moureau, François (édit.). Répertoire des nouvelles à la main. Dictionnaire de la presse manuscrite clandestine (XVIe-XVIIIe siècle). Oxford: Voltaire Foundation, 1999. l, 517 pp.

* Perrault, Gilles. le Cabinet des dépêches. Histoire de la pièce la plus secrète de Versailles. Paris: Mille et une nuits, 1998. 128 pp. Ill.

* Rutlidge, Jean-Jacques. les Comédiens au foyer, le Bureau d'esprit, le Train de Paris ou les bourgeois du temps. Paris: Honoré Champion, 1999. Édition critique de Pierre Peyronnet. ISBN: 2-7453-0053-9.

* Salem, Jean. Cinq variations sur la sagesse, le plaisir et la mort. Fougères: Encre marine, 1998. 332 pp. ISBN: 2 909 422 36-4.

Sherman, Carol L. «"C'est l'insuffisance de notre être qui fait naître l'amitié": Women's Friendships in the Enlightenment». Women in French Studies, 7 (1999): 57-65.

* Starobinski, Jean. Action et réaction. Vie et aventures d'un couple. Paris: Seuil (coll. «La librairie du XXe siècle»), 1999. 450 pp.

Steinbrügge, Lieselotte. «Anne-Thérèse de Lambert und die "Querelles des femmes"», dans Heide Wunder et Gisela Engel (édit.), Geschlechterperspektiven. Forschungen zur Frühen Neuzeit (Königstein: U. Helmer Verlag, 1998), pp. 273-286.

Steinbrügge, Lieselotte. «Dialogues entre les deux sexes sur le roman». Studies on Voltaire and the Eighteenth Century, 346-348 (1996): 1418-1422.

§ Travaux de littérature, vol. XI, 1998. Numéro consacré au «Manuscrit littéraire».

* Wahl, Elizabeth Susan. Invisible Relations: Representations of Female Intimacy in the Age of Enlightenment. Stanford University Press, 1999. ISBN: 0804729565.

BEAUMARCHAIS

* Beaumarchais. la Folle Journée ou le Mariage de Figaro. Paris: le Livre de poche (coll. «Théâtre de poche», 6688), 1999. 286 pp. Introduction, commentaires et notes de Giovanna Trisolini. ISBN: 2-253-05138-1.

Spinelli, Donald C. «Beaumarchais, Krumpholtz, and the Harp: An Unidentified Letter», dans Paolo A. Giordano et Anthony Julian Tamburri (édit.), Pluralism and Critical Practice. Essays in Honor of Albert N. Mancini (West Lafayette, IN: Bordighera Press [coll. «Italiana», 8], 1999), pp. 302-308.

CHARRIÈRE / DE ZUYLEN

Chabut, Marie-Hélène. «Les Lettres trouvées dans des porte feuilles d'émigrés d'Isabelle de Charrière: violence politique et violence domestique, ou pour une raison sensible», dans Martine Debaisieux et Gabrielle Verdier (édit.), Violence et fiction jusqu'à la Révolution (Tübingen: Gunter Narr Verlag [coll. «Études littéraires françaises», 66], 1998), pp. 403-410.

Moser-Verrey, Monique. «Les jeux de l'amour et de la prudence selon Isabelle de Charrière: portraits, tableaux et scènes.» Tangence, 60 (mai 1999): 134-155 [Revue publiée par l'Université du Québec à Rimouski. ISSN: 0226-9554].

Samson, Guillemette. «De Neuchâtel à la Martinique: espace et mouvement chez Mme de Charrière». Eighteenth-Century Fiction, 12, 1 (octobre 1999): 61-73.

CHOLDERLOS DE LACLOS

Steinbrügge, Lieselotte. «Gefährliche Briefe. Der lustvolle Abschied von weiblicher Tugend bei Choderlos de Laclos», dans Iris Bubenik-Bauer et Ute Schalz-Laurenze (édit.), «...ihr werten Frauenzimmer auf». Frauen in der Aufklärung (Francfort: Ulrike Helmer, 1995), pp. 73-85.

CRÉBILLON(S)

Crébillon, Claude. Œuvres complètes. Paris: Classiques Garnier, 1999, tome 1, 758 p. Édition dirigée par Jean Sgard. ISBN: 2-84431-020-6.

Sol, Antoinette Marie. «L'orientalisme générique dans Tanzaï et Néadarné de Claude Crébillon». Études francophones, 14, 2 (1999): 37-52.

DIDEROT ET LES ENCYCLOPÉDISTES

Melançon, Benoît. «Correspondance», dans Raymond Trousson et Roland Mortier (édit.), Dictionnaire de Diderot (Paris: Honoré-Champion, 1999).

Pucci, Suzanne R. «Diderot and the Essay», dans Tracy Chevalier (édit.), Encyclopedia of the Essay (Londres et Chicago: Fitzroy Dearborn Publishers, 1997), pp. 219-22. ISBN: 1-884964-30-3.

Rush, Jane. «[Compte rendu de Diderot Studies, 26 et 27]». Eighteenth-Century Fiction, 12, 1 (octobre 1999): 119-125.

GRAFFIGNY

Steinbrügge, Lieselotte. «Grafigny», dans Ute Hechtfischer et al. (édit.), Metzler Autorinnenlexikon (Stuttgart et Weimar, Metzler, 1998), pp. 201-202.

LESAGE

* Lesage. Turcaret précédé de Crispin rival de son maître. Paris: le Livre de poche (coll. «Théâtre de poche», 18000), 1999. 249 pp. Introduction, notes et dossier par Nathalie Rizzoni. ISBN: 2-253-18000-9.

MARIVAUX

Fortier, Paul. «La sémiotique corporelle de Marivaux.» Tangence, 60 (mai 1999): 64-83 [Revue publiée par l'Université du Québec à Rimouski. ISSN: 0226-9554].

* Marivaux. la Fausse Suivante. Paris: le Livre de poche (coll. «Théâtre de poche», 18002), 1999. 127 pp. Préface, notes et dossier par Pierre Malandain. ISBN: 2-253-18002-5.

* Marivaux. l'Île des esclaves. Paris: le Livre de poche (coll. «Théâtre de poche», 18001), 1999. 90 pp. Préface, notes et commentaires par Jean Goulemot. ISBN: 2-253-18001-7.

* Marivaux. le Jeu de l'amour et du hasard. Paris: le Livre de poche (coll. «Théâtre de poche», 6131), 1999. 127 pp. Préface, commentaires et notes de Patrice Pavis. ISBN: 2-253-03786-9.

* Négrel, Eric. Marivaux. Le Jeu de l'amour et du hasard. Rosny: Bréal Éditions (coll. «Connaissance d'une œuvre», 38), 1999. 128 pp. ISBN: 2 84291 429 5.

MONTESQUIEU

* Becq, Annie. Montesquieu. «Lettres persanes». Paris: Gallimard (coll. «Foliothèque», 77), 1999. 181 pp. ISBN: 2-07-040213-4.

PRÉVOST

* Prévost. les Mémoires d'un honnête homm. Lagny-sur-Marne: Lampsaque, 1999. Postface, notes, index et bibliographie par Érik Leborgne. Texte de l'édition originale de 1745.

ROUSSEAU

Belle-Isle, Francine. «La voix du corps: celle qui fait scène dans l'éclat du symptôme». Tangence, 60 (mai 1999), p. 95-104. [Revue publiée par l'Université du Québec à Rimouski. ISSN: 0226-9554.]

* Gyalokay, Monique Anne. Rousseau, Northrop Frye et la Bible: essai de mythocritique. Paris: Honoré Champion (coll. «Les dix-huitièmes siècles», 28), 1999. 208 pp. ISBN: 2-7453-0063.

SADE

* Hénaff, Marcel. Sade. The Invention of the Libertine Body. University of Minnesota Press, 1999.

Sauvage, Emmanuelle. «L'écriture du corps dans les Cent Vingt Journées de Sodome de Sade». Tangence, 60 (mai 1999): 119-33 [Revue publiée par l'Université du Québec à Rimouski. ISSN: 0226-9554].

Thomas, Chantal. «Le théâtre de Sade, bien artificieusement». Comédie-Française. Les cahiers, 5 ( automne 1992).

STAËL

Wolfgang, Aurora. «A Passion Between Women: The Case of Germaine de Staèl and Juliette Récamier». Women in French Studies, 7 (1999): 66-78.

VOLTAIRE

Bérubé, Georges. «L'apparition du personnage du père dans le théâtre de Voltaire». Lumen. Travaux choisis de la Société canadienne d'étude du dix-huitième siècle. Selected Proceedings from the Canadian Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies, 17 (1998) 91-101.

[see also title by Nascimento listed under Historiography]

GERMANY, PRUSSIA, AUSTRO-HUNGARIAN
EMPIRE - HISTORY

* Balazs. Eva H. Hungary and the Habsburgs, 1765-1800: An Experiment in Enlightened Absolutism. Tr. Tim Wilkinson. Budapest: Central European University Press, 1997. vii , 429 pp. ISBN 963-9116-03-3 (cloth), 963-9116-10-6 (paper). And see H-NET online review Howard N. Lupovitch, "Policies and Personalities."

Dwyer, P.G. "Two definitions of neutrality: Prussia, the European states system, and the French invasion of Hanover in 1803." International History Review, 19, 3 (August 1997): 522-40.

* Gray, Marion W. Productive Men, Reproductive Women: The Agrarian Household and the Emergence of Separate Spheres in the German Enlightenment. Berghahn Books, 1999. ISBN: 1571811710.

Hellmuth, E. "Enlightenment and freedom of the press: The debate in the Berlin Mittwochgesellschaft, 1783-1784." History, 83, 271 (July 1998): 420-44.

* Möller, Frank. Bürgerliche Herrschaft in Augsburg 1790-1880. München: R. Oldenbourg Verlag (Stadt und Bürgertum 9), 1998. 474 S. 54 Tabellen. ISBN 3- 486-56387-4. And see H-NET online review by Manfred Hettling.

* Purdy, Daniel L. The Tyranny of Elegance: Consumer Cosmopolitanism in the Era of Goethe. Johns Hopkins University Press, 1998. xv, 301 pp. ISBN: 0-8018-5847-7.

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

* Speitkamp, Winfried. Jugend in der Neuzeit. Deutschland vom 16. bis zum 20. Jahrhundert. Goettingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 1998. 322 S. ISBN: 3-525-01374-4. And see H-NET online review by Roland Groeschel [in German].

Umbach, M. "The politics of sentimentality and the German Furstenbund, 1779-1785." Historical Journal, 41, 3 (September 1998): 679-704.

Wilson, P.H. "The German 'soldier trade' of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries: A reassessment." International History Review, 18, 4 (November 1996): 757-92.

GERMANY - LITERATURE

* Cotoni, Marie-Hélène. «Ironie, esprit, humour dans les lettres de Frédéric le Grand à la duchesse de Saxe-Gotha», dans Sylvie Mellet et Marcel Vuillaume (édit.), Mots chiffrés et déchiffrés. Mélanges offerts à Étienne Brunet (Paris: Honoré Champion, coll. «Travaux de linguistique quantitative», 64, 1998), pp. 403-421. ISBN: 2-85203-894-3; ISSN: 1246-7456.

* Goodman, Katherine R. German Parnassus in the Early Enlightenment. Camden House (coll. «Studies in German Literature, Linguistics and Culture»), 1999. ISBN: 1571131388.

* Redekop, Benjamin W. Enlightenment and Community: Lessing, Abbt, Herder, and the Quest for a German Public. Montréal et Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press (coll. «McGill-Queen's Studies in the History of Ideas»), 1999. ISBN: 0773510265.

* Schneider, Herbert (édit.). Chanson und Vaudeville. Gesellschaftliche Singen und unterhaltende Kommunikation im 18. und 19. Jahrhundert. St. Ingbert: Roehrig Universitaetsverlag, 1999. 289 p. ISBN: 3-86110-211-0.

GOETHE

Anchor, R. "Motherhood and family in Goethe's Faust: Gretchen's mother and the Gretchen tragedy." Historical Reflections - Réflexions historiques, 23, 1 (Winter 1997): 29-48.

HISTORIOGRAPHY

Abbattista, Guido. «Ricerca storica e telematica in Italia. Un bilancio provvisorio». Article électronique. Cromohs [Cyber Review of Modern Historiography], 4, 1999. Localisation: http://www.unifi.it/riviste/cromohs/4_99/abba.htm

Barash, J.A. "The sense of history: On the political implications of Karl Lowith's concept of secularization." History and Theory, 37, 1 (February 1998): 69-82.

Bevir, M. "Mind and method in the history of ideas." History and Theory, 36, 2 (May 1997): 167-89.

Bulhof, J. "What if? Modality and history." History and Theory, 38, 2 (May 1999): 145-68.

Carp, R.M. "Perception and material culture: Historical and cross-cultural perspectives." Historical Reflections - Réflexions historiques, 23, 2 (Fall 1997): 269-300.

Chatterjee, I. "Testing the local against the colonial archive." History Workshop, 44 (Fall 1997): 215-24.

Clark, J.C.D. "The strange death of British history? Reflections on Anglo-American scholarship." Historical Journal, 40, 3 (September 1997): 787-809.

Darby, P. "Taking Fieldhouse further: Post-colonizing imperial history." Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, 26, 2 (May 1998): 233-50.

* David, Jacques. 2000 ans d'histoire: les hommes qui ont fait l'histoire, les événements qui en ont marqué le sens. Éditions de l'étoile polaire, 1999, 320 pp.

Delger, H., & J. Kok. "Bridegrooms and biases: A critical look at the study of intergenerational mobility on the basis of marriage certificates." Historical Methods, 31, 3 (Summer 1998): 113-21.

Dussen, J.V.D. "Collingwood's 'lost' manuscript of The Principles of History." History and Theory, 36, 1 (February 1997): 32-62.

Fienberg, S.E. "Advances in categorical data methods and the study of historical patterns of social mobility." Historical Methods, 31, 3 (Summer 1998): 99-100.

Fracchia, J. "Dialectical itineraries." History and Theory, 38, 2 (May 1999): 169-79.

* La Grande Chronologie illustrée de l'histoire mondiale. Paris: Artémis, 1998. 392 pp. Ill.

Greenway, D.E. "Dates in history: Chronology and memory." Historical Research, 72, 178 (June 1999): 127-39.

Guelke, L. "The relations between geography and history reconsidered." History and Theory, 36, 2 (May 1997): 216-34.

Harris. "The journey to work: A historical methodology." Historical Methods, 30, 2 (Spring 1997): 97-109.

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

Howe, S. "David Fieldhouse and 'imperialism': Some historiographical revisions." Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, 26, 2 (May 1998): 213-32.

Hutton, P.H. "France at the end of history: The politics of culture in contemporary French historiography." Historical Reflections - Réflexions historiques, 23, 2 (Spring 1997): 105-27.

Jensen, G.F. "Time and social history: Problems of atmporality in historical analyses with illustrations from research on early modern witch hunts." Historical Methods, 30, 1 (Winter 1997): 46-57.

Lorenz, C. "Can histories be true? Narrativism, positivism, and the 'metaphorical turn.'" History and Theory, 37, 3 (October 1998): 309-29.

Lorenz, C. "Comparative historiography: Problems and perspectives." History and Theory, 38, 1 (February 1999): 25-50.

Lynch, K.A. "Old and new research in historical patterns of social mobility." Historical Methods, 31, 3 (Summer 1998): 93-98.

Martin, R. "The essential difference between history and science." History and Theory, 36, 1 (February 1997): 1-14.

Megill, A. "History, memory, identity." History of the Human Sciences, 11, 3 (August 1998): 37-62.

Nascimento, Maria das Graças S. "Lumières et Histoire: Voltaire et la Théologie Chrétienne de l'histoire." The Paideia Project Online: Proceedings of the Twentieth World Congress of Philosophy (Boston, Massachusetts U.S.A., 10-15 August 1998). Available: http://www.bu.edu/wcp/Papers/Mode/ModeNasc.htm

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

Partner, N. "Hayden White (and the content and the form and everyone else) at the AHA." History and Theory, 36, 4 (December 1997): 102-110.

Peterson, T.V. "Cultural and historical interpretation through nontextual material." Historical Reflections - Réflexions historiques, 23, 2 (Fall 1997): 259-67.

Pickering, M. "Rhetorical strategies in the works of Auguste Comte." Historical Reflections - Réflexions historiques, 23, 2 (Spring 1997): 151-75.

Pinch, W.R. "Same difference in India and Europe." History & Theory, 38, 3 (October 1999): 389-407. (deconstruction and postmodernism in Indian history writing].

* Postman, Neil. Building a Bridge to the 18th Century: How the Past Can Improve Our Future. New York: Knopf, 1999.

Prudovsky, G. "Can we ascribe to past thinkers concepts they had no linguistic means to express?" History and Theory, 36, 1 (February 1997): 15-31.

Quillen, C.E. "Crossing the line: Limits and desire in historical interpretation." History and Theory, 37, 1 (February 1998): 40-68.

Ree, J. "E. P. Thompson and the drama of authority." History Workshop, 47 (Spring 1999): 211-21.

Reynolds, J.F. "Do historians count any more? The status of quantitative methods in history, 1975-1995." Historical Methods, 31, 4 (Fall 1998): 141-48.

Rozov, N.S. "An apologia for theoretical history." History and Theory, 36, 3 (1997): 336-52 [tr., repr. from Voprosy Filosofii, 12 (1995): 55-69].

Sazbón, José. "Historia y filosofía de la historia en el Benjamin tardío [History and Philosophy of History in late Benjamin]. The Paideia Project Online: Proceedings of the Twentieth World Congress of Philosophy (Boston, Massachusetts U.S.A., 10-15 August 1998). Available: http://www.bu.edu/wcp/Papers/Hist/HistSazb.htm

Tadié, Jean-Yves et Marc. le Sens de la mémoire. Paris: Gallimard, 1999. 355 p.

Taylor, B. "Feminism and the Enlightenment 1650-1850." History Workshop, 47 (Spring 1999): 261-72 ["Work in progress"].

Temin, P. "Is it kosher to talk about culture?" Journal of Economic History, 57, 2 (June 1997): 267-87.

Thirsk, J. "Nature versus nurture." History Workshop, 47 (Spring 1999): 273-77.

Topolski, J. "The role of logic and aesthetics in constructing narrative wholes in historiography." History and Theory, 38, 2 (May 1999): 198-210.

Turner, H.A. "Human agency and impersonal determinants in historical causation: A response to David Lindenfeld." History and Theory, 38, 3 (October 1999): 300-306.

Venter, Johannes J. ""Reality as History: The Historic Turn in Western Thought." The Paideia Project Online: Proceedings of the Twentieth World Congress of Philosophy (Boston, Massachusetts U.S.A., 10-15 August 1998) [Defoe, Lessing , Rousseau, Kant, Adam Smith]. Available: http://www.bu.edu/wcp/Papers/Mode/ModeVent.htm

Zammito, J.H. "Ankersmit's postmodernist historiography: The hyperbole of 'opacity,'" History and Theory, 37, 3 (October 1998): 330-46.

§ Historical Reflections - Réflexions historiques, 22, 3 (Fall 1996) is a special issue on "Vico for Historians." Titles include: P.H. Hutton, Introduction (479-93); E.E. Jacobitti, "Community, prereflective virtue, and the cyclopean power of the fathers: Vico's reflections on unexpected consequences" (495-515), A.U. Bertland, "The significance of Tacitus in Vico's idea of history" (517-535); P.H. Hutton, "Vico and the end of history" (537-558), C.L. Hobbs, "Vico, rhetorical topics and historical thought" (559-85); S.R, Luft, "Situating Vico between modern and postmodern" (587-617); C. Miller, "Interpretations and misinterpretations of Vico" (619-639).

§ History and Theory, 37, 2 (May 1998) is a special issue on Hayden White's theory of history; select titles include: R.T. Vann, "The reception of Hayden White" (143-61); N. Partner, "Hayden White: The form of the content" (162-72); E. Domanska, "Hayden White: Beyond irony" (173-81); F.R. Ankersmit, "Hayden White's appeal to the historians" (182-93); S. G. Crowell, "Mixed messages: The heterogeneity of historical discourse" (220-44).

§ History of the Human Sciences, 11, 4 (November 1998) features discussion of the historical "archive"; select titles include I. Velody, "The archive and the human sciences: notes towards a theory of the archive" (1-16); R.H. Brown, & B. Davis-Brown, "The making of memory: the politics of archives, libraries and museums in the construction of national consciousness" (17-32); G.E. Marcus, "The once and future ethnographic archive" (49-63); C. Steedman, "The space of memory: in an archive" (65-83); G. Myerson, "The electronic archive" (85-101); V. Zajko, "Myth as archive" (103-19). The discussion continues in History of the Human Sciences, 12, 2 (May 1999) -- select titles include H. Caygill, "Meno and the Internet: between memory and the archive" (1-11); P. Joyce, "The politics of the liberal archive" (35-49); T. Osborne, "The ordinariness of the archive" (51-64); M. Lynch, "Archives in formation: privileged spaces, popular archives and paper trails" (65-87); H. Bradley, "The seductions of the archive: voices lost and found" (107-22).

HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE

[see title by Bertaud listed under France - Literature]

HISTORY OF ART

* Finney, Paul Corby, ed. Seeing Beyond the World: Visual Arts and the Calvinist Tradition. Eerdmans, 1999. 539 pp., ill. ISBN 0-8023-3860-X

May, Gita. «Art», dans Raymond Trousson et Roland Mortier (édit.), Dictionnaire de Diderot (Paris: Honoré-Champion, 1999).

May, Gita. «Essais sur la peinture», dans Raymond Trousson et Roland Mortier (édit.), Dictionnaire de Diderot (Paris: Honoré-Champion, 1999).

May, Gita. «Greuze», dans Raymond Trousson et Roland Mortier (édit.), Dictionnaire de Diderot (Paris: Honoré-Champion, 1999).

May, Gita. «Pensées détachées sur la peinture», dans Raymond Trousson et Roland Mortier (édit.), Dictionnaire de Diderot (Paris: Honoré-Champion, 1999).

May, Gita. «Salon de 1769», dans Raymond Trousson et Roland Mortier (édit.), Dictionnaire de Diderot (Paris: Honoré-Champion, 1999).

May, Gita. «Salon de 1781», dans Raymond Trousson et Roland Mortier (édit.), Dictionnaire de Diderot (Paris: Honoré-Champion, 1999).

May, Gita. «Salons de 1771», dans Raymond Trousson et Roland Mortier (édit.), Dictionnaire de Diderot (Paris: Honoré-Champion, 1999).

May, Gita. «Van Loo», dans Raymond Trousson et Roland Mortier (édit.), Dictionnaire de Diderot (Paris: Honoré-Champion, 1999).

Nenadic, S. "Print collecting and popular culture in 18th-century Scotland." History, 82, 266 (April 1997): 203-22.

* Tobin, Beth Fowkes. Picturing Imperial Power: Colonial Subjects in Eighteenth-Century British Painting. Duke University Press, 1999. 304 pp., 42 b&w ill. ISBN 0-8223-2338-9

§ History and Theory, 37, 4 (December 1998) is a special issue entitled " Danto and his critics: After the End of Art and art history" - titles include D. Carrier, "Danto and his critics (1-16); N. Carroll, "The end of art?" (17-29); M. Kelly, "Essentialism and historicism in Danto's philosophy of art" (30-43); F.R. Ankersmit, "Danto on representation, identity, and indiscernibles" (44-70); B. Hilmer, "Being Hegelian after Danto" (71-86); R. Kudielka, "According to what: Art and the philosophy of the 'end of art'" (87-101); M. Seel, "Art as appearance: Two comments on Arthur C. Danto's After the End of Art" (102-114); J. Steinbrenner, "The unimaginable" (115-126); and Arthur C. Danto, "The end of art: A philosophical defense" (127-43).

HISTORY OF COSTUME

Cohen, Sarah R. "Masquerade as Mode in the French Fashion Print," in Jessica Munns & Penny Richards (ed.), The Clothes That Wear Us: Dressing and Transgressing in Eighteenth-Century Culture (University of Delaware Press, 1999), pp. 174-207.

HISTORY OF LAW

Horwitz, H. "Record-keepers in the Court-of-Chancery and the 'record' of accomplishment in the seventeenth-century and eighteenth-century." Historical Research, 70, 171 (February 1997): 34-51.

McGowen, R. "Knowing the hand: Forgery and the proof of writing in 18th-century England." Historical Reflections - Réflexions historiques, 24, 3 (Fall 1998): 385-414.

Nye, R.A. "Evidence and the law." Historical Reflections - Réflexions historiques, 24, 3 (Fall 1998): 375-83.

* Stein, Peter. Roman Law in European History. Cambridge University Press, 1999. x, 137 pp. ISBN 0-521-64372-4 (cloth); 0-521-64379-1 (paper). And see H-NET online review by David V. Snyder, "Roman Law after the Fall of Rome."

[See also titles by Churches and by Milhouse & Hume listed under England - History]

HISTORY OF MATHEMATICS

Kistermann, F.W. "Blaise Pascal's adding machine: New findings and conclusions." I.E.E.E. Annals of the History of Computing, 20, 1 (January-March 1998): 69-76.

Kistermann, F.W. "When could anyone have seen Leibniz's stepped wheel?" I.E.E.E. Annals of the History of Computing, 21, 2 (April-June 1999): 68-72 [and see "Correction," 21, 3 (July September 1999): 3.

Pesic, P. "Secrets, symbols, and systems: Parallels between cryptanalysis and algebra, 1580-1700." Isis, 88, 4 (December 1997): 674-92.

HISTORY OF MEDICINE

Di Mitri, G.L. "Eighteenth-century application of music therapy in the field of psychiatry: The reasoning of Luigi Desbout (1780)." History and Philosophy of the Life Sciences, 19, 2 (1997): 237-56.

* Guerrini, Anita. Obesity and Depression in the Enlightenment: The Life and Times of George Cheyne. University of Oklahoma Press (Oklahoma Project for Discourse and Theory), 1999. ISBN: 0806132019.

Lewis, J. "'Tis a misfortune to be a great ladie': Maternal mortality in the British aristocracy, 1558-1959." Journal of British Studies, 37, 1 (January 1998): 26-53.

Sundin, J. "Child mortality and causes of death in a Swedish city, 1750-1860." Historical Methods, 29, 3 (Summer 1996): 93-106.

[see also title by Deacon listed under Africa]

HISTORY OF MUSIC

* Caldwell, John. The Oxford History of English Music. Vol. 1: From the Beginnings to c.1715 [1991]. Volume 2: c.1715 to the Present Day [1999]. 636, 708 pp., ill. ISBN 0-19-816712-1 (2 vols as set). - and see review of vol. 2 by David Matthews, "That intimate, familiar sense," TLS 5042 (November 19, 1999): 8

* Lawson, Colin, & Robin Stowell. The Historical Performance of Music: An Introduction. Cambridge University Press, 1999. 233 pp. ISBN 0-521-62193-3 (cloth), 0-521-62738-9 (paper)

[see also title by Gouk listed under Occult]

HAYDN

* Drabkin, William. A Reader's Guide to Haydn's Early String Quartets. Greenwood Press, 1999. 256 pp. ISBN 0-313-30173-5

INSTRUMENTS

* Stowell, Robin, ed. The Cambridge Companion to the Cello. Cambridge University Press, 1999. 286 pp. ISBN 0-521-62101-1 (cloth); 0-521-62984-4 (paper)

HISTORY OF RELIGION

Young, B.W. "'Scepticism in excess': Gibbon and eighteenth-century Christianity." Historical Journal, 41, 1 (March 1998): 179-99..

CHRISTIANITY - ROMAN CATHOLIC

Gardiner, Anne Barbeau. "Catholic Authors and Liberty of Conscience: 1649-1771." Catholic Dossier, 5, 4 (July-August 1999): 17-22.

HISTORY OF SCIENCE

Bates, D. " Closing the circle: How Harvey and his contemporaries played the game of truth, part 1." History of Science, 36, 2, 112 (June 1998): 213-32; "Closing the circle: How Harvey and his contemporaries played the game of truth, Part 2." History of Science, 36, 3, 113 (September 1998): 245-67

Ben-Chaim, M. "Doctrine and use: Newton's 'gift of preaching.'" History of Science, 36, 3, 113 (September 1998): 269-98.

Broman, T. "The Habermasian public sphere and 'science in the Enlightenment.'" History of Science, 36, 2, 112 (June 1998): 123-49.

Clark, W. "German physics textbooks in the Goethezeit, 1." History of Science, 35, 2, 108 (June 1997): 219-39; "German physics textbooks in the Goethezeit, 2." History of Science, 35, 3, 109 (September 1997): 295-363.

* Coleman, Patrick, Anne Hofmann et Simone Zurbuchen (édit.). Reconceptualizing Nature, Science, and Aesthetics: Contribution à une nouvelle approche des Lumières helvétiques (Genève, Slatkine, 1998).

Cuomo, S. "Shooting by the book: Notes on Niccolo Tartaglia's Nova scientia." History of Science, 35, 2, 108 (June 1997): 155-88.

Lux, D.S., & H.J. Cook, "Closed circles or open networks? Communicating at a distance during the scientific revolution." History of Science, 36, 2, 112 (June 1998): 179-211.

Lynn, Michael. «Enlightenment in the Public Sphere: The Musée de Monsieur and Scientific Culture in Late Eighteenth-Century France.» Eighteenth-Century Studies, 32 (1999): 463-476.

McNeill, W.H. "History of the scientific worldview." History and Theory, 37, 1 (February 1998): 1-13.

Osler, M.J. "Mixing metaphors: Science and religion or natural philosophy and theology in early modern Europe." History of Science, 36, 1, 111 (March 1998): 91-113.

Palti, A. "The 'metaphor of life': Herder's philosophy of history and uneven developments in late eighteenth-century natural sciences." History & Theory, 38, 3 (October 1999): 322-47.

Pang, A.SK.. "Visual representation and post-constructivist history of science." Historical Studies in Physical and Biological Science, 28, 1 (1997): 139-71.

Ribe, N.M. "Cartesian optics and the mastery of nature." Isis, 88, 1 (March 1997): 42-61.

Riskin, J. "Poor Richard's Leyden Jar: Electricity and economy in Franklinist France." Historical Studies in Physical and Biological Science, 28, 2 (1998): 301-36.

Sabra, A.I. "Situating Arabic science: Locality versus essence." Isis, 87, 4 (December 1996): 654-70 [History of Science Society Distinguished Lecture].

Sangwan, S. "The strength of a scientific culture: Interpreting disorder in colonial science." Indian Economic and Social History Review, 34, 2 (April-June 1997): 217-50.

Smith, P.H. "Science and taste" Painting, passions, and the new philosophy in seventeenth-century Leiden." Isis, 90. 3 (September 1999): 421-61.

* Vartanian, Aram & Lester G. Crocker. Science and Humanism in the French Enlightenment. Rookwood Press («Emf Critiques»), 1999. ISBN: 1886365113.

Walters, A.N. "Conversation pieces: Science and politeness in eighteenth-century England." History of Science, 35, 2, 108 (June 1997): 121-54.

Walters, A.N. "Ephemeral events: English broadsides of early eighteenth-century solar eclipses." History of Science, 37, 1, 115 (March 1999): 1-43.

Werner, P. "Learning from an adversary? Warburg against Wieland." Historical Studies in Physical and Biological Science, 28, 1 (1997): 173-96.

Wintroub, M. "The looking glass of facts: Collecting, rhetoric and citing the self in the experimental natural philosophy of Robert Boyle." History of Science, 35, 2, 108 (June 1997): 189-217.

Withers, C.W.J. "Towards a history of geography in the public sphere." History of Science, 37, 1, 115 (March 1999): 45-78.

HISTORY OF SEXUALITY & REPRODUCTION

* Hurtado, Albert L. Intimate Frontiers: Sex, Gender, and Culture in Old California. University of New Mexico Press, 1999. xxix, 173 pp. ISBN 0-8263-1953-X (cloth); 0-8263-1954-8. (paper). And see H-NET online review by Anne Marie Woo-Sam.

* Trumbach, Randolph. Sex and the Gender Revolution. Volume 1: Heterosexuality and the Third Gender in Enlightenment London. University of Chicago Press, 1998. xiv, b509 p. ISBN: 0-226-81290-1.

[see also title by Gray listed under Germany &c. - History; by Klepp listed under U.S. - Colonial & Federal History]

IN MEMORIAM

Davies, C.S.L. "Lawrence Stone." History Today, 49, 9 (September 1999): 2-3.

INDIA

Ahuja, R. "The origins of colonial labour policy in late eighteenth-century Madras." International Review of Social History, 44, 2 (August 1999): 159-95.

Arnold, D. "India's place in the tropical world, 1770-1930." Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, 26, 1 (January 1998): 1-21.

Bauss, R. "A demographic study of Portuguese India and Macau as well as comments on Mozambique and Timor, 1750-1850." Indian Economic and Social History Review, 34, 2 (April-June 1997): 199-216.

Bauss, R. "Textiles, bullion and other trades of Goa: Commerce with Surat, other areas of India, Luso-Brazilian ports, Macau and Mozambique, 1816-1819." Indian Economic and Social History Review, 34, 3 (July-September 1997): 275-87.

Chakrabarti, S. "Intransigent shroffs and the English East India Company's currency reforms in Bengal, 1757-1800." Indian Economic and Social History Review, 34, 1 (January-March 1997): 69-94.

Chakravarty-Jaul, M. "Market success or community failure? Common property resources in colonial north India and a case illustration from a cluster." Indian Economic and Social History Review, 36, 3 (July-September 1999): 355-87.

Chandavarkar, R. "'The making of the working class': E. P. Thompson and Indian history." History Workshop, 43 (Spring 1997): 177-96.

Chatterjee, I., & S. Guha. "Slave-queen, waif-prince: Slavery and social capital in eighteenth-century India." Indian Economic and Social History Review, 36, 2 (April-June 1999): 165-86.

Gopinath, R. "Understanding pre-transitional fertility in colonial Malabar." Indian Economic and Social History Review, 35, 1 (January-March 1998): 69-95.

Gordon, S. "The limited adoption of European-style military forces by eighteenth century rulers in India." Indian Economic and Social History Review, 35, 3 (July-September 1998): 229-45.

Guha, S. "Household size and household structure in western India c.1700-1950: Beginning an exploration." Indian Economic and Social History Review, 35, 1 (January-March 1998): 23-33.

Guha, S. "Weak states and strong markets in South Asian development, c1700-1970." Indian Economic and Social History Review, 36, 3 (July-September 1999): 335-53.

Guha-Thakurta, T. "The museumised relic: Archaeology and the first museum of colonial India." Indian Economic and Social History Review, 34, 1 (January-March 1997): 21-51.

Haynes, D.E., & T. Roy. "Conceiving mobility: Weavers' migrations in pre-colonial and colonial India." Indian Economic and Social History Review, 36, 1 (January-March 1999): 35-67.

Mayaram, S. "Mughal state formation: The Mewati counter-perspective." Indian Economic and Social History Review, 34, 2 (April-June 1997): 169-97.

Pinch, W.R. "Who was Himmat Bahadur? Gosains, Rajputs and the British in Bundelkhand, ca. 1800." Indian Economic and Social History Review, 35, 3 (July-September 1998): 293-335.

Saravanan, V. "Commercialisation of forests, environmental negligence and alienation of tribal rights in Madras Presidency: 1792-1882." Indian Economic and Social History Review, 35, 3 (July-September 1998): 125-46.

Singha, R. "Making the domestic more domestic, criminal law and the 'head of the household', 1772-1843." Indian Economic and Social History Review, 33, 3 (July-Septemer 1996): 309-43.

Sivaramakrishnan, K. "British imperium and forested zones of anomaly in Bengal, 1767-1883." Indian Economic and Social History Review, 33, 3 (July-Septemer 1996): 243-82.

[see also titles by Chatterjee and by Pinch listed under Historiography; by Sangwan listed under History of Science]

INDONESIA

[see title by Flecker listed under Maritime History]

IRELAND - HISTORY

Boyd, A. "Wolfe Tone, Republican hero or Whig opportunist?" History Today, 48, 6 (June 1998): 14-21.

Dickinson, H.T. "Irish radicalism in the late 18th-century." History, 82, 266 (April 1997): 266-84 [review article].

Durey, M. "The fate of the rebels after 1798." History Today, 48, 6 (June 1998): 21-27.

Furtado, P. "The Irish rising of 1798: The chain of events." History Today, 48, 6 (June 1998): 12-13.

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

Garnham, N. "The trials of James Cotter and Henry Baron Barry of Santry: Two case studies in the administration of criminal justice in early eighteenth-century Ireland." Irish Historical Studies, 31, 123 (May 1999): 328-42.

Griffin, P. "America's changing image in Ireland's looking-glass: Provincial construction of an Eighteenth-century British Atlantic world." Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, 26, 3 (September 1998): 28-49.

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

Howe, S. "Speaking of '98: History, politics and memory in the bicentenary of the 1798 united Irish uprising." History Workshop, 47 (Spring 1999): 222-39.

McBride, I. "Reclaiming the rebellion: 1798 in 1998." Irish Historical Studies, 31, 123 (May 1999): 395-410 [review essay].

McNally, P. "Wood's halfpence, Carteret, and the government of Ireland, 1723-6." Irish Historical Studies, 30, 119 (May 1997): 354-76.

Noonan, K.M. "'The cruell pressure of an enraged, barbarous people': Irish and English identity in seventeenth-century policy and propaganda." Historical Journal, 41, 1 (March 1998): 151-77.

Powell, M.J. "The reform of the undertaker system: Anglo-Irish politics, 1750-67." Irish Historical Studies, 31, 121 (May 1998): 19-36.

Quigley, M. "Natural history and Irish history." Irish Historical Studies, 31, 121 (May 1998): 115-23 [review essay].

Wilkinson, D. "'How did they pass the union?': Secret service expenditure in Ireland, 1799-1804." History, 82, 266 (April 1997): 223-51.

Woods, C.J. "Theses on Irish history completed in Irish universities, 1995." Irish Historical Studies, 30, 118 (November 1996): 264-65.

Woods, C.J. "Theses on Irish history completed in Irish universities, 1996." Irish Historical Studies, 30, 120 (November 1997): 611-13.

ITALY - HISTORY

Seville, A. "The Italian roots of the lottery." History Today, 49, 3 (March 1999): 17-20.

* Signorelli, Alfio. Tra ceto e censo. Studi sulle élites urbane nella Sicilia dell'Ottocento. Milano: Franco Angeli, 1999. 254 pp. ISBN 88-464-1215-. And see H-NET online review by Salvatore Adorno [en français].

[see title by Robertson listed under Scotland - History]

JAPAN

Walker, B.L. "Reappraising the sakoku paradigm: The Ezo trade and the extension of Tokugawa political space into Hokkaido." Journal of Asian History, 30, 2 (1996): 169-92.

[see also title by Suganuma listed under China]

JUDAICA

Polo, Anne-Lise. «Herzl devant l'Aufklärung, les sources philosophiques et théologiques de l'État juif.» Revue d'études palestiniennes, 20, 72 (1999).

[see also title by Neusner listed under Historiography; by Roth listed under Philosophy]

LATIN AMERICA, NEW SPAIN

* Twinam, Ann. Public Lives, Private Secrets: Gender, Honor, Sexuality, and Illegitimacy in Colonial Spanish America. Stanford University Press, 1999. xiii + 447 pp., tables, maps. ISBN 0-8047-3147-0. And see H-NET online review by Mary A. Y. Gallagher, "Illegitimacy, Honor, and Inheritance in Spanish America."

* Weber, David J., ed. What Caused the Pueblo Revolt of 1680? Boston & New York: Bedford/St. Martins (Historians at Work series), 1999. xii, 130 pp., ill. ISBN 0-312-19174-X. And see H-NET online review by Lorraine Coops, "Making Sense of the Pueblo Revolt of 1680."

MARITIME HISTORY

Allen, A. "Maritime Archaeology in Britain and Ireland 1995." International Journal of Nautical Archaeology, 25, 3-4 (1996): 267-70.

Baugh, D.A. "Withdrawing from Europe: Anglo-French maritime geopolitics, 1750-1800." International History Review, 20, 1 (March 1998): 1-32.

Bingeman, J.M., & A.T. Mack. "The dating of military buttons: Second interim report based on artefacts recovered from the 18th-century wreck Invincible, between 1979 and 1990." International Journal of Nautical Archaeology, 26, 1 (February 1997): 39-50.

Blue, L. "Maritime archaeology in Britain and Northern Ireland 1996." International Journal of Nautical Archaeology, 26, 3 (August 1997): 252-60.

* Buel, Richard, Jr. In Irons: Britain's Naval Supremacy and the American Revolutionary Economy. Yale University Press, 1998. xi, 397 pp. ISBN 0-300-07388-7. And see H-NET online review by Mary A. Y. Gallagher.

Carlin, W., & D.H. Keith. "On the treatment of pewter plates from the wreck of La Belle, 1686." International Journal of Nautical Archaeology, 26, 1 (February 1997): 65-74.

Crimmin, P.K. "Letters and documents relating to the service of Nelson's ships, 1780-1805: A critical report." Historical Research, 70, 171 (February 1997): 52-69.

Flatman, J., & L. Blue. "Maritime archaeology in Britain and Northern Ireland 1997 and 1998." International Journal of Nautical Archaeology, 28, 2 (May 1999): 174-99.

Flecker, M. "Three 18th-century shipwrecks off Ujung Pandang, southwest Sulawesi, Indonesia: A coincidence?" International Journal of Nautical Archaeology, 28, 1 (February 1999): 45-59.

Gaur, A.S, et al. "Preliminary observations on an 18th-century wreck at Poompuhar." International Journal of Nautical Archaeology, 26, 2 (May 1997): 118-26 [India].

Hall, R. A.; A.W. Hall, & J.B. Arnold. "Presenting archaeology on the Web: The La Salle Shipwreck Project." International Journal of Nautical Archaeology, 26, 3 (August 1997): 247-51.

Keith, D.H., W. Carlin, & J. de Bry. "A bronze cannon from La Belle, 1686: its construction, conservation and display." International Journal of Nautical Archaeology, 26, 2 (May 1997): 144-58.

Kvedaravicius, M. "On perspectives of nautical archaeology in Lithuania." ." International Journal of Nautical Archaeology, 27, 4 (November 1998): 359-60.

Martin, C.J.M. "A 17th-century binnacle and mariners compasses from Duart Point, Mull." International Journal of Nautical Archaeology, 28, 1 (February 1999): 60-69.

McElvogue, D.M. "A breech-loading swivel gun from the Curacao, 1729, wreck site." International Journal of Nautical Archaeology, 28, 3 (August 1999): 289-91.

Okorokov, A.V. "Complex underwater and ground investigations of 16th-century to 18th-century settlements in the Baltic." International Journal of Nautical Archaeology, 26, 4 (November 1997): 293-99.

Riess, W., & G. Daniel. "Evaluation of preservation efforts for the Revolutionary War privateer Defence." International Journal of Nautical Archaeology, 26, 4 (November 1997): 330-38.

Stammers, M. "Slipways and steamchests: The archaeology of 18th-and 19th-century wooden merchant shipyards in the United Kingdom." International Journal of Nautical Archaeology, 28, 3 (August 1999): 253-64.

Weismann, N. "The cargo-beden Al-Khammam." International Journal of Nautical Archaeology, 27, 3 (August 1998): 237-57 [small 18th-19th c craft from Oman & Zanzibar]

* Williams, Glyn. The Prize of all the Oceans: The Triumph and Tragedy of Anson's Voyage Round the World. Harper Collins, 1999. 264 pp. ISBN 0-00-257125-0 - and see review by N.A.M. Rodger, "How the Centurion survived," TLS, 5042 (November 19, 1999): 26.

[see title by Steckley listed under England - History]

MATERIAL CULTURE & THE DECORATIVE ARTS

Prorok, C.V. "The significance of material culture in historical geography: A case study of the church as school in the diffusion of the Presbyterian mission to Trinidad.." Historical Reflections - Réflexions historiques, 23, 2 (Fall 1997): 371-88.

[see also titles by Carp and by Peterson listed under Historiography; by Benavides listed under Occult]

MISCELLANEOUS

Blum, Carol. «Une controverse nataliste en France au XVIIIe siècle, la polygamie.» Population, 1-2 (1998): 93-112.

* Greenfield, Susan C. & Carol Barash, eds. Inventing Maternity: Politics, Science, and Literature, 1650-1865. University Press of Kentucky, 1999. viii, 274 p. ISBN: 0-8131-2078-0.

* Jackson, Guida M. Women Rulers Throughout the Ages: An Illustratied Guide. Oxford: ABC-Clio, 1999. 471 pp., ill. ISBN 1576070913

* Levene, Mark, & Penny Roberts, eds. The Massacre in History. Oxford: Berghahn, 1999. 296 pp. ISBN 1571819437 (cloth); 1571819355

* Schama, Simon. le Paysage et la mémoire. Paris: Seuil, 1998. 720 pp. Ill. Traduction de José Kamoun.

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

Oliphant, J. "The Cherokee embassy to London, 1762." Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, 27, 1 (January 1999): 1-26.

* Schroeder, Susan, Stephanie Wood, & Robert Haskett, eds. Indian Women of Early Mexico. University of Oklahoma Press, 1997. x, 446 pp., tables, figures, maps. ISBN 0-8061-2970-0 -- and see H-NET online review by David Frye, "Or, Indigenous Women in Colonial Mexico."

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

NETHERLANDS

Deceulaer, H. "Guildsmen, entrepreneurs and market segments: The case of the garment trades in Antwerp and Ghent. " International Review of Social History, 43, 1 (April 1998): 1-29.

De Leeuw, K. "The Black Chamber in the Dutch Republic during the War of the Spanish Succession and its aftermath, 1707-1715." Historical Journal, 42, 1 (March 1999): 133-56.

OCCULT STUDIES, MAGIC, WITCHES

* Barry, Jonathan, Marianne Hester. & Gareth Roberts, ed. Witchcraft in Early Modern Europe: Studies in Culture and Belief. Cambridge University Press, 1996. 384 pp. ISBN: 0521552249 (cloth); 0521638755 (new in paperback)

Benavides, G. "Magic, religion, materiality." Historical Reflections - Réflexions historiques, 23, 2 (Fall 1997): 301-30.

* Brauner , Sigrid; Robert H. Brown; & Sara Lennox, eds. Fearless Wives and Frightened Shrews : The Construction of the Witch in Early Modern Germany. University of Massachusetts Press, 1995. 164 pp. ISBN: 0870237675

* Clark, Stuart. Thinking With Demons : The Idea of Witchcraft in Early Modern Europe. Clarendon, 1997. ISBN: 0198208081 (1999, new in paperback).

Craker, W.D. "Spectral evidence, non-spectral acts of witchcraft, and confession at Salem in 1692." Historical Journal, 40, 2 (June 1997): 331-58.

Davies, O. "Methodism, the clergy, and the popular belief in witchcraft and magic." History, 82, 266 (April 1997): 252-65.

Davies, O. "Newspapers and the popular belief in witchcraft and magic in the modern period." Journal of British Studies, 37, 2 (April 1998): 139-65.

Davies, O. "Witchcraft: The spell that didn't break." History Today, 49, 8 (August 1999): 7-13 [18th-19thc rural England].

* Gouk, Penelope. Music, Science and Natural Magic in Seventeenth-Century England. Yale University Press, 1999. 308 pp. ISBN 0-300-07383-6 - and see review by Ian Bostridge, "In awe of Apollo's lyre," TLS 5042 (November 19, 1999): 13.

* Levack, Brian P. The Witch-Hunt in Early Modern Europe. 2nd ed. Addison-Wesley, 1995. 297 pp. ISBN: 058208069X (paper)

* Purkiss, Diane. The Witch in History : Early Modern and Twentieth-Century Representations. Routledge, 1996. ISBN: 0415087619 (cloth); 0415087627 (paper)

* Sharpe, J.A. Instruments of Darkness : Witchcraft in Early Modern England. University of Pennsylvania Press, 1997. 384 pp. ISBN: 0812216334 (paper)

* Willis, Deborah. Malevolent Nurture : Witch-Hunting and Maternal Power in Early Modern. Cornell University Press, 1995. 264 pp. ISBN: 0801430046 (cloth); 0801481945 (paper)

Zika, C. "Cannibalism and witchcraft in early modern Europe: Reading the visual images." History Workshop, 44 (Fall 1997): 77-106.

[see also title by Jensen listed under Historiography]

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

* Abraham of Erevan. History of the Wars 1721-1738. Tr. George A. Bournoutian. Costa Mesa, California: Mazda, 1999. 112 pp. ISBN 1-56859-085-7 --and see brief untitled review by John A.C. Greppin, TLS 5042 (November 19, 1999): 33 [the restoration of Safavid Iran from the Afghans, war with Ottomans...]

* Brennan, Michael G., ed. The Travel Diary of Robert Bargrave, Levant Merchant, 1647-1656. Hakluyt Society, 1999. 288 pp., ill. ISBN: 0904180638

* Carmichael, Cathie, ed. Croatia. Oxford and Santa Barbara, Calif.: Clio Press (World Bibliographical Series, Vol. 216.), 1999. xxv, 194 pp. (cloth), ISBN 1-85109-285-4. And see H-NET online review by Steven W. Sowards, "A Croatian Bibliography and its Prospects."

Kellner-Heinkele, B. "Who was Abdulghaffar El-Qirimi? Some notes on an 18th-century Crimean Tatar historian." Journal of Asian History, 32, 2 (1998): 145-56.

PHILOSOPHY

* Badinter, Élisabeth. les Passions intellectuelles. Paris, 1999. Vol. 1. 1735-1751.

Charles, Sébastien. "Paideia et Philosophie au Siècle des Lumières." The Paideia Project Online: Proceedings of the Twentieth World Congress of Philosophy (Boston, Massachusetts U.S.A., 10-15 August 1998). Available: http://www.bu.edu/wcp/Papers/Mode/ModeCha1.htm

Dezhi, Duan. "On the History, Theoretical Difficulties and Prospects of the Western Subjectivity Thought." The Paideia Project Online: Proceedings of the Twentieth World Congress of Philosophy (Boston, Massachusetts U.S.A., 10-15 August 1998). Available: http://www.bu.edu/wcp/Papers/Anth/AnthDuan.htm

* Geras, Norman & Robert Wokler. The Enlightenment and Modernity. St Martins Press, 1999. ISBN: 0312223854.

Giacomoni, Paola. "Paideia as Bildung in Germany in the Age of Enlightenment." The Paideia Project Online: Proceedings of the Twentieth World Congress of Philosophy (Boston, Massachusetts U.S.A., 10-15 August 1998) [von Humboldt]. Available: http://www.bu.edu/wcp/Papers/Mode/ModeGiac.htm

Jacques, T.C. "From savages and barbarians to primitives: Africa, social typologies, and history in 18th-century French philosophy." History and Theory, 36, 2 (May 1997): 190-215.

Marcondes de Souza Filho, Danilo. "Skepticism and the Philosophy of Language in Early Modern Thought." The Paideia Project Online: Proceedings of the Twentieth World Congress of Philosophy (Boston, Massachusetts U.S.A., 10-15 August 1998). Available: http://www.bu.edu/wcp/Papers/Mode/ModeMarc.htm

* Roth, Leon. Is There a Jewish Philosophy? Rethinking Fundamentals. Forward by Edward Ullendorf. London and Portland: Littman (Library of Jewish Civilization), 1999. xx, 199 pp. ISBN 1-874774-55-2. And see H-NET online review by Oona Ajzenstat.

Sherratt, Y. "The Dialectic of Enlightenment: a contemporary reading." History of the Human Sciences, 12, 3 (August 1999): 35-54.

* Yates, Frances Amelia. The Rosicrucian Enlightenment. Routledge, 1999. ISBN: 0415220475.

BERKELEY

Bradatan, Costica. "Berkeley and Liber Mundi." Minerva - An Internet Journal of Philosophy, 3 (November 1999). Available: http://www.ul.ie/~philos/vol3/liber.html

Thornton, Stephen. "Berkeley's Theory of Reality." Minerva - An Internet Journal of Philosophy, 1 (November 1997). Available: http://www.ul.ie/~philos/vol1/berkel.html

[see also title by Charles listed under Philosophy - Turgot]

DESCARTES, CARTESIANISM

Eustace, John. "Descartes' Definition of Matter." Minerva - An Internet Journal of Philosophy, 1 (November 1997). Available: http://www.ul.ie/~philos/vol1/eustac1.html

Monroy-Nasr, Zuraya. "Cartesian Dualism and the Union of Mind and Body: A Synchronic Interpretation." The Paideia Project Online: Proceedings of the Twentieth World Congress of Philosophy (Boston, Massachusetts U.S.A., 10-15 August 1998). Available: http://www.bu.edu/wcp/Papers/Mode/ModeMart.htm

Moreno, Juan Carlos. "En Torno al Círculo Cartesiano y al Genio Maligno." The Paideia Project Online: Proceedings of the Twentieth World Congress of Philosophy (Boston, Massachusetts U.S.A., 10-15 August 1998). Available: http://www.bu.edu/wcp/Papers/Mode/ModeMore.htm

Schuller, Peter. "Descartes' Daydream and the Mind-Body Problem." The Paideia Project Online: Proceedings of the Twentieth World Congress of Philosophy (Boston, Massachusetts U.S.A., 10-15 August 1998). Available: http://www.bu.edu/wcp/Papers/Meta/MetaSchu.htm

FICHTE

Foldes, Ken. "Does the Solution to our Present Moral and Political Dilemmas Lie in the Theories of the German Idealists?." The Paideia Project Online: Proceedings of the Twentieth World Congress of Philosophy (Boston, Massachusetts U.S.A., 10-15 August 1998). Available: http://www.bu.edu/wcp/Papers/Poli/PoliFold.htm

Schleiermacher, Friedrich. «La destination de l'homme de Fichte». Philosophie, 62 (1999).

Thouard, Denis. «Subjectivité et individualité». Philosophie, 62 (1999). [Sur Fichte et Schleiermacher].

HERDER

Sundaram, K. "Herder, Gadamer, and 21st Century Humanities" The Paideia Project Online: Proceedings of the Twentieth World Congress of Philosophy (Boston, Massachusetts U.S.A., 10-15 August 1998). Available: http://www.bu.edu/wcp/Papers/Educ/EducSund.htm

HOBBES

Durán Forero, Rosalba. "Mujer, e igualdad en Hobbes y Spinoza." The Paideia Project Online: Proceedings of the Twentieth World Congress of Philosophy (Boston, Massachusetts U.S.A., 10-15 August 1998). Available: http://www.bu.edu/wcp/Papers/Gend/GendFore.htm

Pietarinen, Juhani. "Hobbes, Conatus and the Prisoner's Dilemma." The Paideia Project Online: Proceedings of the Twentieth World Congress of Philosophy (Boston, Massachusetts U.S.A., 10-15 August 1998). Available: http://www.bu.edu/wcp/Papers/Mode/ModePiet.htm

HUME

Fieser, James. "Hume's Wide Construal of the Virtues." The Paideia Project Online: Proceedings of the Twentieth World Congress of Philosophy (Boston, Massachusetts U.S.A., 10-15 August 1998). Available: http://www.bu.edu/wcp/Papers/Mode/ModeFies.htm

Homiak, Marcia L. "Does Hume Have an Ethics of Virtue? Some Observations on Character and Reasoning in Hume and Aristotle." The Paideia Project Online: Proceedings of the Twentieth World Congress of Philosophy (Boston, Massachusetts U.S.A., 10-15 August 1998). Available: http://www.bu.edu/wcp/Papers/Mode/ModeHomi.htm

Riukas, Stanley. "Hume's Ontology of Personhood." The Paideia Project Online: Proceedings of the Twentieth World Congress of Philosophy (Boston, Massachusetts U.S.A., 10-15 August 1998). Available: http://www.bu.edu/wcp/Papers/PPer/PPerRiuk.htm

Ward, Andrew. "Putting Value into Art." The Paideia Project Online: Proceedings of the Twentieth World Congress of Philosophy (Boston, Massachusetts U.S.A., 10-15 August 1998) [Hume's "Of the Standard of Taste" vs. Malcolm Budd's Values of Art]. Available: http://www.bu.edu/wcp/Papers/Aest/AestWard.htm

KANT

Axinn, Sidney "Kant on Possible Hope: The Critique of Pure Hope." The Paideia Project Online: Proceedings of the Twentieth World Congress of Philosophy (Boston, Massachusetts U.S.A., 10-15 August 1998). Available: http://www.bu.edu/wcp/Papers/Mode/ModeAxin.htm

Bonaccini, Juan Adolfo. "Concerning the Relationship Between Non-Spatiotemporality and Unknowability of Things in Themselves in Kant's Critique of Pure Reason." The Paideia Project Online: Proceedings of the Twentieth World Congress of Philosophy (Boston, Massachusetts U.S.A., 10-15 August 1998). Available: http://www.bu.edu/wcp/Papers/Mode/ModeBona.htm

Borges, Maria de Lourdes. "Hegel and Kant on the Ontological Argument." The Paideia Project Online: Proceedings of the Twentieth World Congress of Philosophy (Boston, Massachusetts U.S.A., 10-15 August 1998). Available: http://www.bu.edu/wcp/Papers/Mode/ModeDeLo.htm

Chignell, Andrew. "The Problem of Particularity in Kant's Aesthetic Theory." The Paideia Project Online: Proceedings of the Twentieth World Congress of Philosophy (Boston, Massachusetts U.S.A., 10-15 August 1998): available: http://www.bu.edu/wcp/Papers/Aest/AestChig.htm

Cox, L. Hughes. "Aristotle's Ordinary versus Kant's Revisionist Definition of Virtue as Habit." The Paideia Project Online: Proceedings of the Twentieth World Congress of Philosophy (Boston, Massachusetts U.S.A., 10-15 August 1998). Available: < http://www.bu.edu/wcp/Papers/MPsy/MPsyCox.htm

Greenberg, Robert. "Kant's Categories Reconsidered." The Paideia Project Online: Proceedings of the Twentieth World Congress of Philosophy (Boston, Massachusetts U.S.A., 10-15 August 1998). Available: http://www.bu.edu/wcp/Papers/Mode/ModeGree.htm

Marton, Scarlett. "Nietzsche et Kant: Philosophie, Critique et Morale." The Paideia Project Online: Proceedings of the Twentieth World Congress of Philosophy (Boston, Massachusetts U.S.A., 10-15 August 1998). Available: http://www.bu.edu/wcp/Papers/Mode/ModeMart.htm

Shapshay, Sandra L. "Subtle Scripture for an Invisible Church: The Moral Importance of the Beautiful in Kant." The Paideia Project Online: Proceedings of the Twentieth World Congress of Philosophy (Boston, Massachusetts U.S.A., 10-15 August 1998). Available: http://www.bu.edu/wcp/Papers/Aest/AestShap.htm

Shore, Eduardo." Some Essential Points in Reading the Critique of Pure Reason." The Paideia Project Online: Proceedings of the Twentieth World Congress of Philosophy (Boston, Massachusetts U.S.A., 10-15 August 1998). Available: http://www.bu.edu/wcp/Papers/Mode/ModeShor.htm

Wong, Wing-Chun. "A Kantian Interpretation of Demonstrative Reference." The Paideia Project Online: Proceedings of the Twentieth World Congress of Philosophy (Boston, Massachusetts U.S.A., 10-15 August 1998). Available: http://www.bu.edu/wcp/Papers/Mode/ModeWong.htm

LEIBNIZ

* Coudert, Allison P., Richard H. Popkin & Gordon W. Weiner (ed.). Leibniz, Mysticism, and Religion. Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1998.

Look, Brandon. "Unity and Reality in Leibniz's Correspondence with Des Bosses." The Paideia Project Online: Proceedings of the Twentieth World Congress of Philosophy (Boston, Massachusetts U.S.A., 10-15 August 1998). Available: http://www.bu.edu/wcp/Papers/Mode/ModeLook.htm

Raymont, Paul. "Leibniz's Distinction Between Natural and Artificial Machines." The Paideia Project Online: Proceedings of the Twentieth World Congress of Philosophy (Boston, Massachusetts U.S.A., 10-15 August 1998). Available: http://www.bu.edu/wcp/Papers/Mode/ModeRaym.htm

Repo, Arto. ""Leibniz on Material Things." The Paideia Project Online: Proceedings of the Twentieth World Congress of Philosophy (Boston, Massachusetts U.S.A., 10-15 August 1998). Available: http://www.bu.edu/wcp/Papers/Mode/ModeRepo.htm

LOCKE

Charles, Syliane. "Les Enjeux de L'éducation pour la Critique Lockienne des Idées Innées." The Paideia Project Online: Proceedings of the Twentieth World Congress of Philosophy (Boston, Massachusetts U.S.A., 10-15 August 1998). Available: http://www.bu.edu/wcp/Papers/Mode/ModeCha2.htm

MALEBRANCHE

Bozovic, Miran. "Malebranche's Occasionalism: The Philosophy in the Garden of Eden." The Paideia Project Online: Proceedings of the Twentieth World Congress of Philosophy (Boston, Massachusetts U.S.A., 10-15 August 1998). Available: http://www.bu.edu/wcp/Papers/Mode/ModeBozo.htm

ROUSSEAU

Bernal Concepción Naval , Aurora. "La Noción de Educación del Carácter o Moral Según Aristóteles y Rousseau." The Paideia Project Online: Proceedings of the Twentieth World Congress of Philosophy (Boston, Massachusetts U.S.A., 10-15 August 1998). Available: http://www.bu.edu/wcp/Papers/Educ/EducBern.htm

SCHILLER

Dumitrescu, Petre. "Le Théme de l'Unité et de l'Harmonie de l'Homme chez Friedrich Schiller." The Paideia Project Online: Proceedings of the Twentieth World Congress of Philosophy (Boston, Massachusetts U.S.A., 10-15 August 1998): available: http://www.bu.edu/wcp/Papers/Aest/AestDumi.htm

SMITH

Denis, A. "Was Adam Smith an individualist?" History of the Human Sciences, 12, 3 (August 1999): 71-86.

SPINOZA

Kajamies, Timo. "Are Spinozistic Ideas Cartesian Judgements?" The Paideia Project Online: Proceedings of the Twentieth World Congress of Philosophy (Boston, Massachusetts U.S.A., 10-15 August 1998). Available: http://www.bu.edu/wcp/Papers/Mode/ModeKaja.htm

Koistinen, Olli. "Bennett on Spinoza's Philosophical Psychotherapy." The Paideia Project Online: Proceedings of the Twentieth World Congress of Philosophy (Boston, Massachusetts U.S.A., 10-15 August 1998). Available: http://www.bu.edu/wcp/Papers/Mode/ModeKois.htm

TURGOT

Charles, Sébastien. «Turgot ou la pensée fragmentée. Étude d'une critique de l'immatérialisme berkeleyen.» Études maritainiennes, 15 (1999): 157-167.

VICO

du Bois, Nancy. "Vico's Orations on Paideia and Humanitas." The Paideia Project Online: Proceedings of the Twentieth World Congress of Philosophy (Boston, Massachusetts U.S.A., 10-15 August 1998). Available: http://www.bu.edu/wcp/Papers/Anth/AnthDubo.htm

Fiore, Silvia Ruffo. "Giambattista Vico and the Pedagogy of 'Heroic Mind' in the Liberal Arts." The Paideia Project Online: Proceedings of the Twentieth World Congress of Philosophy (Boston, Massachusetts U.S.A., 10-15 August 1998). Available: http://www.bu.edu/wcp/Papers/Educ/EducFior.htm

Vincenzo, Joseph P. "Vico's New Science: The Unity of Piety and Wisdom." The Paideia Project Online: Proceedings of the Twentieth World Congress of Philosophy (Boston, Massachusetts U.S.A., 10-15 August 1998). Available: http://www.bu.edu/wcp/Papers/Hist/HistVinc.htm

[see also titles in special issue of Historical Reflections listed under Historiography]

POLITICAL THOUGHT

Butigan, Vjekoslav. "The Political Ethos of the Civil Society." The Paideia Project Online: Proceedings of the Twentieth World Congress of Philosophy (Boston, Massachusetts U.S.A., 10-15 August 1998). Available: http://www.bu.edu/wcp/Papers/Poli/PoliButi.htm

Colls, R. "The constitution of the English." History Workshop, 46 (Fall 1998): 97-127.

* Grell, Ole Peter, & Roy Porter. Toleration in Enlightenment Europe. Cambridge University Press, 1999. ISBN: 0521651964.

Kókai, Károly. What is Freedom?" The Paideia Project Online: Proceedings of the Twentieth World Congress of Philosophy (Boston, Massachusetts U.S.A., 10-15 August 1998). Available: http://www.bu.edu/wcp/Papers/Mode/ModeKoka.htm

* Levin, David Michael. Philosopher's Gaze: Modernity in the Shadows of Enlightenment. University of California Press, 1999. ISBN: 0-5202-1780-2.

* Renaut, Alain, avec la collaboration de Pierre-Henri Tavoillot et Patrick Savidan (édit.) Histoire de la philosophie politique. Paris: Calmann-Lévy, 1999. 5 vol.

* Williams, David. The Enlightenment. Cambridge University Press (Cambridge Readings in the History of Political Thought), 1999. ISBN: 0521563739.

Shabani, Abdollah Payrow. "Habermas' Between Facts and Norms: Legitimizing Power?" The Paideia Project Online: Proceedings of the Twentieth World Congress of Philosophy (Boston, Massachusetts U.S.A., 10-15 August 1998). Available: http://www.bu.edu/wcp/Papers/Poli/PoliShab.htm

§ The Journal of American History, 85, 4 (March 1999) includes a special section on "Interpreting the Declaration of Independence by translation." Titles include W.P. Adams, & D. Thelen, Foreword (1280-82); W.P. Adams, "The historian as translator: An introduction" (1283-88); D. Thelen, "Individual creativity and the filters of language and culture: Interpreting the Declaration of Independence by translation" (1289-98); E. Marienstras, & N. Wulf, "French translations and reception of the Declaration of Independence" (1299-1324); W.P. Adams, "German translations of the American Declaration of Independence" (1325-49); T. Bonazzi, "Tradurre/tradire: The Declaration of Independence in the Italian context" (1350-61); J.Z. Vazquez, "The Mexican Declaration of Independence" (1362-69); J. Oltra, "Jefferson's Declaration of Independence in the Spanish political tradition" (1370-79); S.I. Troen, "The Hebrew translation of the Declaration of Independence" (1380-84); J. Kutnik, "The Declaration of Independence in Poland" (1385-88); N.N. Bolkhovitinov, "The Declaration of Independence: A view from Russia" (1389-98); M.A. Vlasova, "The American Declaration of Independence in Russian: The history of translation and the translation of history" (1399-1408); T. Aruga, "The Declaration of Independence in Japan: Translation and transplantation, 1854-1997" (1409-31); F. Li, "East is East and West is West: Did the twain ever meet? The Declaration of Independence in China" (1432-48); E. Eoyang, E. "Life, liberty, and the pursuit of linguistic parity: Multilingual perspectives on the Declaration of Independence" (1449-60).

[see website Teaching Politics listed under Computers; see title by Mori listed under England - History]

HOBBES

Parkin, J. "Hobbism in the later 1660s: Daniel Scargill and Samuel Parker." Historical Journal, 42, 1 (March 1999): 85-108.

HUME

Gallegos, Jeremy. "Hume on Revolution." The Paideia Project Online: Proceedings of the Twentieth World Congress of Philosophy (Boston, Massachusetts U.S.A., 10-15 August 1998). Available: http://www.bu.edu/wcp/Papers/Poli/PoliGall.htm

Wein, Sheldon. "A Humean Theory of Distributive Justice for a New Century." The Paideia Project Online: Proceedings of the Twentieth World Congress of Philosophy (Boston, Massachusetts U.S.A., 10-15 August 1998). Available: http://www.bu.edu/wcp/Papers/Poli/PoliWein.htm

LOCKE

Felder, David W. "The Call for a World Constitutional Convention: An Application of John Locke's Theory of Revolution." The Paideia Project Online: Proceedings of the Twentieth World Congress of Philosophy (Boston, Massachusetts U.S.A., 10-15 August 1998). Available: http://www.bu.edu/wcp/Papers/Poli/PoliFeld.htm

ROUSSEAU

Weed, Ronald L. " Rousseau and Kant on Envy." The Paideia Project Online: Proceedings of the Twentieth World Congress of Philosophy (Boston, Massachusetts U.S.A., 10-15 August 1998). Available: http://www.bu.edu/wcp/Papers/Poli/PoliWeed.htm

RUSSIA, RUSSIAN EMPIRE - HISTORY

Moon, D. "Peasant migration and the settlement of Russia's frontiers, 1550-1897." Historical Journal, 40, 4 (December 1997): 859-93.

* Kagan, Frederick W. The Military Reforms of Nicholas I: The Origins of the Modern Russian Army. New York: St. Martins Press, 1999. 337 pp. ISBN 0-312-21928-. -- and see H-NET online review by Sarah Badcock, "A Task Too Great: Nicholas I as Conservative Reformer."

* Schmidt, Christoph. Sozialkontrolle in Moskau: Justiz, Kriminalitaet und Leibeigenschaft, 1649-1785. Stuttgart: Franz Steiner Verlag (Quellen und Studien zur Geschichte des oestlichen Europa, v 44), 1996. 500 pp. ISBN 3-515-06627-6. And see H-NET online review by Alexander M. Martin, "Crime and Punishment in Seventeenth and Eighteenth-Century Moscow."

SCOTLAND - HISTORY

Dietz, V.E. "The politics of whisky: Scottish distillers, the Excise, and the Pittite State." Journal of British Studies, 36, 1 (January 1997): 35-69.

Harris, T. "The people, the law, and the constitution in Scotland and England: A comparative approach to the Glorious Revolution." Journal of British Studies, 38, 1 (January 1999): 28-58.

Olson, R. "Sex and status in Scottish enlightenment social science: John Millar and the sociology of gender roles." History of the Human Sciences, 11, 1 (February 1998): 73-100.

Robertson, J. "The enlightenment above national context: Political economy in 18th-century Scotland and Naples." Historical Journal, 40, 3 (September 1997): 667-97.

Szechi, D. "'Cam ye o'er frae France?': Exile and the mind of Scottish Jacobitism, 1716-1727." Journal of British Studies, 37, 4 (October 1998): 357-90.

Szechi, D. "Constructing a Jacobite: The social and intellectual origins of George Lockhart of Carnwath." Historical Journal, 40, 4 (December 1997): 977-96.

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

SCOTLAND - LITERATURE

Harvies, C. "Ballads of a nation." History Today, 49, 9 (September 1999): 10-16.

SIAM

Love, R.S. "Monarchs, merchants and missionaries in early modern Asia: The Missions Etrangères in Siam, 1662-1684." International History Review, 21, 1 (March 1999): 1-27.

SPAIN

* García Hurtado, Manuel-Reyes. Traduciendo la Guerra. Influencias extranjeras y recepción de las obras militares francesas en la España del Siglo XVIII. A Coruña: Universidade da Coruña, 1999. 127 pp. ISBN: 84-95322-14-5.

THEATRE HISTORY

* Berthold, Margot. The History of World Theater: From the Beginnings to the Baroque. New York: Continuum,1999. 528 pp. ISBN: 0826411665 (paper)

* Londré, Felicia Hardison, & Daniel J. Watermeier. The History of North American Theatre: The United States, Canada, and Mexico: From Pre-Columbian Times to the Present. New York: Continuum, 1998; 2000 (new in paperback). 544 pp., ill. ISBN 0-8264-1233-5 [paper]

* Londré, Felicia Hardison. The History of World Theater : From the English Restoration to the Present. New York: Continuum, 1999. 656 pp. ISBN: 0826411673 (paper).

ENGLAND

Adler, J. "The head that wears the crown." History Today, 48, 8 (August 1998): 15-20 [Shakespeare's history plays on stage from Garrick to now].

Barrell, John. "'An Entire Change of Performances?' The Politicisation of Theatre and the Theatricalisation of Politics in the mid 1790s." Lumen. Travaux choisis de la Société canadienne d'étude du dix-huitième siècle. Selected Proceedings from the Canadian Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies, 17 (1998): 11-50. Ill.

THEORY, CRITICISM

Bredin, Hugh. "Ironies and Paradoxes." The Paideia Project Online: Proceedings of the Twentieth World Congress of Philosophy (Boston, Massachusetts U.S.A., 10-15 August 1998) [Gadamer's hermeneutics]. Available: http://www.bu.edu/wcp/Papers/Lite/LiteBred.htm

  Documents - A site dedicated to works by and about Michel Foucault. (in French). Available: http://www.fnet.fr/CMF/Documents/Documents.html

* Hazan, Olga. le Mythe du progrès artistique. Montréal: Presses de l'Université de Montréal, 1999. 460 pp.

Kiss, Endre. "Philosophical Aspects of Literary Objectiveness." The Paideia Project Online: Proceedings of the Twentieth World Congress of Philosophy (Boston, Massachusetts U.S.A., 10-15 August 1998) [Gadamer's hermeneutics]. Available: http://www.bu.edu/wcp/Papers/Aest/AestKiss.htm

Lamarche, Juan. " La ficción y la verdad." The Paideia Project Online: Proceedings of the Twentieth World Congress of Philosophy (Boston, Massachusetts U.S.A., 10-15 August 1998) [Ricoeur]. Available: http://www.bu.edu/wcp/Papers/Aest/AestLama.htm

LaMarque, Peter. "Poetry and Private Language." The Paideia Project Online: Proceedings of the Twentieth World Congress of Philosophy (Boston, Massachusetts U.S.A., 10-15 August 1998) [Locke, Goethe, Schiller, Wordsworth, Coleridge, Shelley, &c]. Available: http://www.bu.edu/wcp/Papers/Aest/AestLam2.htm

McLennan, G. "Sociology and cultural studies: rhetorics of disciplinary identity." History of the Human Sciences, 11, 3 (August 1998): 1-17.

* Müller Dorothea. Hrsg. Ambivalenzen der Okzidentalisierung. Zugänge und Zugriffe. Ambivalenzen der Okzidentalisierung 1. Leipzig: Leipziger Universitätsverlag, 1998. 235 S. ISBN 3-933240-22-0. And see H-NET online review by Claudia Kunschak & Kamakshi P. Murti.

Palazón, María Rosa. "Relaciones Entre las Actitudes Bellas y las Morales." The Paideia Project Online: Proceedings of the Twentieth World Congress of Philosophy (Boston, Massachusetts U.S.A., 10-15 August 1998) [Kant, Schiller, Sade, Sartre, Gadamer, &c.]. Available: http://www.bu.edu/wcp/Papers/Aest/AestPala.htm

* Vergès, Françoise. Monsters and Revolutionaries: Colonial Family Romance and Métissage. Duke University Press, 1999. 464 pp., ill. ISBN 0-8223-2318-4

U.S. - COLONIAL & FEDERAL HISTORY

* Altman, Susan. The Encyclopedia of African-American Heritage. New York: Facts on File, 1997. 308 pp. ISBN 0-8160-3298-0. And see H-NET online review by Marylee S. Crofts, "An Encyclopedia of Breadth."

Breen, T.H. "Ideology and nationalism on the eve of the American Revolution: Revisions once more in need of revising." Journal of American History, 84, 1 (June 1997): 13-39.

* Burstein, Andrew. Sentimental Democracy: The Evolution of America's Romantic Self-Image. New York: Hill and Wang, 1999. xxi, 406 pp. ISBN 0-8090-8535-6. And see H-NET online review by Konstantin Dierks.

* Countryman, Edward, ed. How Did American Slavery Begin? Boston: St. Martins Press, 1999. x, 150 pp. ISBN 0-312-21820-6 (cloth); 0-312-18261-9 (paper). And see H-NET online review by Brian D. McKnight.

Desrochers, R.E. "'Not fade away': The narrative of Venture Smith, an African American in the early republic." Journal of American History, 84, 1 (June 1997): 40-66.

Hofstra, W.R. "'The extention of his majesties dominions': The Virginia backcountry and the reconfiguration of imperial frontiers." Journal of American History, 84, 4 (March 1998): 1281-1312.

Karr, R.D. "'Why should you be so furious?': The violence of the Pequot War." Journal of American History, 85, 3 (December 1998): 876-909.

Klepp, S.E. "Revolutionary bodies: Women and the fertility transition in the mid-Atlantic region, 1760-1820." Journal of American History, 85, 3 (December 1998): 910-45.

* Levy, Leonard W. Origins of the Bill of Rights. Yale University Press, 1999. xii, 306 pp. ISBN 0-300-07802-1. And see H-NET online review by Gaspare J. Saladino, "Synthesizing the Origins of the Bill of Rights."

Mandell, D.R. "Shifting boundaries of race and ethnicity: Indian-Black intermarriage in southern New England, 1760-1880." Journal of American History, 85, 2 (September 1998): 466-501.

Martin, R. "Progress in historical studies." History and Theory, 37, 1 (February 1998): 14-39 [progress in history of the American Revolution].

* Masur, Louis P., ed. The Challenge of American History. The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1999. x, 331 pp. ISBN 0-8018-6222-1. And see H-NET online review by David Parker, "Keeping Up with American History."

McDonnell, M.A. "Popular mobilization and political culture in revolutionary Virginia: The failure of the MinuteMen and the revolution from below." Journal of American History, 85, 3 (December 1998): 946-81.

McGlone, R.E. "Deciphering memory: John Adams and the authorship of the Declaration of Independence." Journal of American History, 85, 2 (September 1998): 411-38.

Morris, C. "The articulation of two worlds: The master-slave relationship reconsidered." Journal of American History, 85, 3 (December 1998): 982-1007.

Sioli, M. "Huguenot traditions in the mountains of Kentucky: Daniel Trabue's memories." Journal of American History, 84, 4 (March 1998): 1313-33.

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

Weiss, T. "Estimates of white and nonwhite gainful workers in the United States by age group, race, and sex: Decennial census years, 1800-1900." Historical Methods, 21, 1 (Winter 1999): 21-35.

§ Journal of American History, 85, 1 (June 1998) includes a roundtable forum on "Deference or Defiance in Eighteenth-Century America?" - titles include M. Zuckerman, "Tocqueville, Turner, and Turds: Four stories of manners in early America" (13-42); A.S. Fogleman, "From slaves, convicts, and servants to free passengers: The transformation of immigration in the era of the American revolution" (43-76); K.M. Brown, "Antiauthoritarianism and freedom in early America" (77-85); J.M. Murrin, "In the land of the free and the home of the slave, maybe there was room even for deference" (86-91); R.A. Gross, "The impudent historian: Challenging deference in early America" (92-9).

[see also title by O'Malley & Rosenzeweig and website Teaching Politics listed under Computers; by Marshall and by O'Shaughnessy listed under England - History; by Griffin listed under Ireland - History; by Buel listed under Maritime History]

U.S. - COLONIAL & FEDERAL LITERATURE

* Serafin, Steven R., ed. Encyclopedia of American Literature. New York: Continuum, 1999. 132 pp. ISBN 0-8264-1052

 


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