No. 79
June-July, 2000


 Search Selected Readings  
ACADEMIA

Mattone, A., Sanna, P.  "La 'rivoluzione delle idee': la riforma delle due università sarde e al circolazione della cultura europea (1764-1790)." Rivista Storica Italiana, 110, 3 (1998): 834-942.

Spitz, Jean-Fabien. «Les trois misères de l'universitaire ordinaire». le Débat, 108 (janvier-février 2000): 4-17.

AFRICA & THE AFRICAN DIASPORA

* Coquery-Vidrovitch, Catherine. Histoire des femmes d'Afrique noire du XIXe au XXe siècle. Paris: Desjonquères, 1999 (rééd.). 400 pp. ISBN: 2-90422-780-6.

* De Gruchy, John, ed. The London Missionary Society in Southern Africa, 1799-1999. Ohio University Press, November 2000.  240pp. ISBN 0-8214-1349-X (paper)

* Hlatshwayo, Simphiwe A.  Education and Independence: Education in South Africa, 1658-1988. Greenwood, 2000. 144pp. ISBN 0-313-30056-9

* Wood, Marcus. Blind Memory: Visual Representations of Slavery in England and America, 1780-1865.  May 2000. 400pp. ISBN 0-415-92697-1

[See title by Sebastiani listed under Encyclopædia Britannica]

AUSTRIA - LITERATURE

[see also title by Catling listed under Germany - Literature]

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

* Alston, R. C.  Order and Connexion: Studies in Bibliography and Book History: Selected Papers from the Munby Seminar, Cambridge, July 1994. Cambridge: D. S. Brewer, 1997. xxii, 202 pp., ill.  ISBN 0859915069 

* Amory, Hugh, & David D. Hall (eds.). A History of the Book in America. Vol. I: The Colonial Book in the Atlantic World.  Cambridge University Press & the  American Antiquarian Society, 1999.  xxiv, 638 pp., ill. ISBN 0-521-48256-9

Arbour, Keith. "Additions and Emendations to Pre-1801 Entries in Thomas J. Holme's Bibliographies of the Mathers." Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 94 (2000): 81-130.

Ashton, Jean. "The Advent of Printing in New York: William Bradford and the Slow Growth of a Local Press." Biblion, 7, no. 1 (fall 1998), 20-31, ill.

Avery, Gillian. "Origins and English Predecessors of the New England Primer." Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society, 108 (1998): 33-61.

* Baines, Paul. The House of Forgery in Eighteenth-Century Britain. Ashgate, 1999.  viii, 195 pp., ill.  ISBN 1-8401-4601-X 

* Balston, John. The Whatmans and Wove Paper, Its Invention, and Development in the West.  West Farleigh, Kent, U.K.: J. N. Balston, 1998. xliv, 333 pp., ill.

Barber, Giles. "The Taylor Institution Library: Unfamiliar Libraries XXIX." The Book Collector, 47 (1998), 319-41, ill.

* Barker, Nicolas (comp.). Treasures from the Libraries of National Trust Country Houses. New York: Royal Oak Foundation & the Grolier Club, 1999.  181 pp., ill.

Barnard, John. "The Survival and Loss Rates of Psalms, ABCs, Psalters, and Primers from the Stationers Stock, 1660-1700." The Library, 6th ser., 21 (1999): 148-50.

Barnard, John. "The Stationers' Stock 1663/4 to 1705/6: Psalms, Psalters, Primers, and ABCs." The Library, 6th ser., 21 (1999): 369-75.

Barnard, Toby, Dáibhí O Cróinín, & Katharine Simms, eds. "A Miracle of Learning: Studies in Manuscripts and Irish Learning: Essays in Honour of William O'Sullivan.  Aldershot, U.K.: Ashgate, 1998. xiv , 303 pp., ill.

Barnhill, Georgia Brady.  "The Catalogue of American Engravings: A Manual for Users," Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society, 108 (1998): 113-247.

* Benichou, Paul. The Consecration of the Writer, 1750-1830. Tr. by Mark K. Jensen. University of Nebraska Press, 1999. Pp. xv + 454; index.

Bennett, Kate. "John Aubrey, Joseph Barnes's Print-Shop and a Sham Newsletter." The Library, 6th ser., 21 (1999): 50-58.

* Bickerton, David, and Judith Proud (eds.). The Transmission of Culture in Western Europe, 1750-1850: Papers Celebrating the Bicentenary of the Foundation of the Bibliothèque britannique (1796-1815) in Geneva. Bern, New York, and Paris: Peter Lang, 1999. Pp. 264; 3 illustrations. [Includes Katherine Astbury's "Recommended Reading for Women in German, France, and England 1782-84"; Raymond Birn's "Transmitting Rousseau: Print and Fabrication of a Cultural Icon"; Cyprian Blamires's "The Bibliothèque britannique and the Birth of Utilitarianism"; Judith K. Proud's "Fair Play or Fair Game? Copyright and the Francophone Literary Press in the Eighteenth Century"; Ann Thomson's "The Diffusion of English Free Thought in France in the Early Eighteenth Century"; Barbara Traxler-Brown's "'Charity sermons and very, very white muslin': The Diffusion of Claude-Louis Berthollet's Description du blanchment (Paris 1789) in late Eighteenth-Century Ireland"; and Jacques Wagner's "Le Journal encyclopédique, une bibliothèque britannique?"]

Black, Fiona A. "'Advent'rous merchants and Atlantic Waves': A Preliminary Study of the Scottish Contribution to Book Availability in Halifax, Nova Scotia, 1752-1810," in Michael Vance & Marjorie Harper (ed.), Myth, Migration, and Making of Memory: Scotia and Nova Scotia c. 1700-1990  (Toronto: Fernwood Books, 1999). 

Black, Fiona A. "Beyond Boundaries: Book Availability in the Canadian Northwest," in Bill Bell, Jonquil Bevan, and Philip Bennett (eds.), Across Boundaries: The Book in Commerce and Culture (New Castle, DE: Oak Knoll Press; Winchester, U.K.: St. Paul's Bibliographies, 2000).

Black, Fiona A. "Book Availability in Canada, 1752 to 1820, and the Scottish Contribution." Ph.D. Diss. Loughborough University [U.K.], [February] 1999.

* Blasselle, Bru.   Histoire du livre: A pleines pages. Vol. 1 [antiquity to the eighteenth century]. Paris: Gallimard, 1997. 160 pp.

Bloomfield, B. C. (with the assistance of Karen Potts). A Directory of Rare Book and Special Collections in the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland. 2nd ed. London: Library Association (distributed in the U.S.A. by Lanham, MD: Bernan Essential Reference Publications): 1997. Pp. xxiii + 740; index.

* Bowman, John H. Greek Printing Types in Britain from the Late Eighteenth to the Early Twentieth Century. Thessaloniki: Typophilia, 1998. 342 pp., ill.

Brink, Ellen (comp.). "Index of Analytical and Enumerative Bibliography: 1977-1995." Analytical and Enumerative Bibliography, 10, 4 (1999): 197-432.

* Brown, Michelle P. The British Library Guide to Writing and Scripts. London: British Library; Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1998. 96 pp., ill. 

Bruyère, Paul. "Recherche pour une typologie des éphémères liégeois 1550-1800." Le livre & l'estampe, 45, 151 (1999): 105-13.

Buchanan-Brown, John. "Bibliography in the Seventeenth Century." Quadrat, 7 (June 1998): 3-8.

* Burke, Mary, et al. (ed.). Women, Writing, and the Reproduction of Culture in Tudor and Stuart Britain.  Syracuse University Press, 1999.

* Carter, John. ABC for Book Collectors. 7th ed. Introduced by and corrected and expanded by Nicolas Barker. New Castle, DE: Oak Knoll Press, 1995.  224 pp.

* Cavallo, Guglielmo, and Roger Chartier (eds.). A History of Reading in the West. University of Massachusetts Press, 1999.

* Cerquiglini, Bernard. In Praise of the Variant: A Critical History of Philology. Tr. Betsy Wing.  Johns Hopkins University Press, 1999. xv, 93 pp.

Champion, J.A.I.  "'Manuscripts of Mine Abroad': John Toland and the Circulation of Ideas, c. 1700-1722."  Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 14 (1999): 9-36 [clandestine ms. circulation as scribal publication; construction of community of readers by transmission of Toland mss.; Robert Viscount Molesworth].

Charteris, Richard. "Charles Barlow: Portrait of a Bibliophile, XXXIV." The Book Collector, 47 (1998), 352-62.

Culot, Paul. "La bibliophilie en Champagne." Le livre & l'estampe, 45, 152 (1999): 125-36.

* The Culture of the Book: Essays from Two Hemispheres in Honour of Wallace Kirsop. Ed. by Members of the Bibliographical Society of Australia and New Zealand. New Castle, DE: Oak Knoll Press, for the Bibliographical Society of Australia and New Zealand, 1999.  504 pp., ill.

* Daly, Peter M. Literature in the Light of the Emblem: Structual Parallels between the Emblem and Literature in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries. 2nd ed. University of Toronto Press, 1999.

Daniel, Emily L. "English Baroque Libraries." Yale University Library Gazette, 72 (1998): 116-40; 5 plates.

* De Montluzin, Emily Lorraine. Attributions of Authorship in the 'Gentleman's Magazine': An Electronic Version of James M. Kuist's "The Nichols File of the 'Gentleman's Magazine.'"  Bibliographical Society of the University of Virginia, 1999. [Searchable by key-words on the Society's website at: http://etext.lib.virginia.edu/bsuva 

de Quehen, Hugh. "Subscribers to the Cambridge University Press." Notes and Queries, n.s. 46, (1999): 344-45.

* Di Giuro, Vittorio, ed. Manuale enciclopedico della bibliofilia. Milan: Sylvestre Bonnard, 1997. x, 626 pp., ill. 

Dixon, Diana. "Annual Review of Work on Newspaper and Periodical History, 1996-1998." Media History, 5, 2 (December 1999): 201-21.

* Dolan, Frances E. Whores of Babylon: Catholicism, Gender, and Seventeenth-Century Print Culture. Cornell University Press, 1999.

* Dowding, Geoffrey. An Introduction to the History of Printing Types. 2nd ed. Intro. by Alan Bartram. London: British Library; New Castle, DE: Oak Knoll Books, 1998. xxiv, 277 pp., ill.

Duranton, Henri, & Pierre Rétat (édit.). Gazettes et information politique sous l'Ancien Régime.  Saint-Etienne: Publications de l'Universite de Saint-Etienne, 1999. 443 pp.  (Proceedings of an International Congress at Lyon, June 1997).  Titles include: Keith M. Baker, Introduction; Stephane Haffemayer, "La géographie de l'information dans la Gazette de Renaudot de 1647 à 1663"; Marina Formica, "L'information politique à Rome au XVIIe et au XVIIIe siècles"; Sergei Korotkov, "Les journaux de langue française source d'information des Nouvelles de Saint-Petersbourg"; Giuseppe Ricuperati, "La circulation des nouvelles politiques à Turin et dans l'état de Savoie"; Raffaella Buoso, "La Gazette de Nice et quatre gazettes pimontaises conserves à Turin"; J. Luis Lisboa, "Le statut du gazetier dans le Portugal de la première moitie du XVIIIe siècle"; Eric Briggs, "La famille Tronchin et Jean Tronchin du Breuil"; Christiane Berkvens-Stevelinck, "L'information politique dans les journaux de Rousset de Missy"; Madeleine Fabre, "L'indépendance américaine: Des gazettes américaines aux Affiches de l'Angleterre et de l'Amérique"; Mario Infelise, "Le march des informations à Venise au XVIIe siècle"; Brendan Dooley, "Les réseaux d'informations à Rome au XVIIe siècle"; Chloe Barril, "Situation politique des lardons hollandais"; Olivier Ferret, "Pamphlet et information politique"; Hans Bots, "Quelques gazettes de Hollande en langue française et le Mercure historique et politique: Une analyse comparative"; Eric Francalanza, "Médicine et politique dans les journaux d'Arnaud et Suard (1760-66)"; Gilles Feyel, "Le Journal historique et politique de Geneve dans les annes 1770"; Paul Benhamou, "Un collectionneur de Gazettes en Amérique"; Otto S. Lankhorst "Les premiers Courants hollandais et les autorités politiques"; Jan de Vet's "Une révolution contrarie: Les Provinces unies dans quelques gazettes et mercures français de 1748"; Ute Van Runset, "La politique de Fredric II et les gazettes: Entre le Courrier du Bas-Rhin et la Gazette de Cologne"; Mathias Beermann, "Presse et propagande: Les projets secrets du gouvernement prussien"; François Weil, "L'état civil des protestants en 1778"; Veronique Sarrazin, "Lectures politiques des almanachs au XVIIIe siècle"; Pierre Rétat, "Politique et administration"; Jack Censer, La presse et la Révolution française"; Hans-Jürgen Lüsebrink, "Le tremblement de terre de Lisbonne dans les périodiques français et allemands du XVIIIe siècle"; Annie Rivara, "L'information vide: Le discours des gazetiers sur le premier partage de la Pologne"; Yannick Sit, "Politique et poétique: Le cas de la gazette"; Christophe Cave, "La gazette, le prince et son peuple: Écrire le disordre"; Jean Sgard, "L'anecdote mouvante en 1775"; Chontal Thomas, "Présentation et qualification des acteurs de la gazette"; and Anne-Marie Mercier-Faivre, "Les ambassadeurs: Gazette et diplomatie: L'exemple russo-ottoman"]

* Eddy, Donald D. A Bibliography of Richard Hurd. New Castle, DE: Oak Knoll Press, 1999. xlii, 312 pp.

English, Jim. "John Oswald of London & the Provincial Book Trade." Quadrat, 9 (June 1999): 13-15 [bookseller active 1712-1764 "with addresses in White's Alley, off Chancery Lane, and Rose & Crown in the Poultry"].

Evans, R. Paul. "Richard Bull and Thomas Pennant: Virtuosi in the Art of Grangerisation or Extra-Illustration." Cylchgrawn . . . National Library of Wales Journal, 30, 3 (Summer 1998): 269-94.

* Ezell, Margaret J. M.  Social Authority and the Advent of Print. Johns Hopkins University Press, 1999.  x, 182 pp.  [distribution of poetry in England through MSS and printed texts, touching on Jane Barker, Anne Bradstreet, Margaret Cavendish, John Dryden, and Katherine Philips]

Ferguson, Stephen. "History of the Book: Field Notes of a Curator." Rare Books and Manuscripts Librarianship, 14 (1999): 33-49.

* Feyel, Gilles. L'Announce et la nouvelle: La presse d'information en France sous l'ancien régime (1630-1788). Oxford: Voltaire Foundation, 1999.

Fiering, Norman. "'A Thick Web of Sources': The John Carter Brown Library." Uncommon Sense: A Newsletter Published by the Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture, 109 (Summer-Fall 1999): 13 ff.

* Fleming, Patricia, & Sandra Alston. Early Canadian Printing: A Supplement to Marie Tremaine's A Bibliography of Canadian Imprints, 1751-1800. University of Toronto Press, 1999. xxiv, 629 pp.

* Forster, Antonia. Index to Book Reviews in England, 1775-1800. London: British Library, 1997. lii, 490 pp.

* Fox, Peter (ed.). Cambridge University Library: The Great Collections. Cambridge University Press, 1998.  231 pp., ill.

* Funcke, Johann Michael. Kurtze Anleitung von Form und Stahlschneiden Erfurt 1740. Facsimile reprint edited by Martin Boghardt, Frans A. Janssen, and Walter Wilkes. Introduction in German and English by James Mosley. Darmstadt: Lehrdruckerei der Technischen Universität, 1998. 81, 108 pp., ill.

Gabler, Hans Walter, George Bornstein, & Gillian Borland Pierce (eds.). Contemporary German Editorial Theory.  University of Michigan Press, 1995. xii, 278 pp.

* Garraty, John A., & Mark C. Carnes (eds.). American National Biography.  New York: Oxford University Press, 1999. 24 vols.  22,968 pp.

* Gascoigne, Bamber. Milestones in Colour Printing 1457-1859: With a Bibliography of Nelson Prints. Cambridge University Press (Sandars Lectures in Bibliography), 1997.  x, 123 pp., ill.

* Gaudriault, Raymond. Filigranes et autres Caractéristiques des Papiers Fabriqués en France aux XVIIe et XVIIIe Siècles. Paris: Telford & CNRS Éditions, 1995.  472 pp., ill.

George, David. "Eighteenth-Century Editors, Critics, and Performers of Coriolanus." Analytical and Enumerative Bibliography, n.s. 10 (1999): 63-71.1

* Gould, Warwick, & Thomas F. Staley (eds.). Writing the Lives of Writers. London: Macmillan; New York: St. Martin's, 1998. xvi, 328 pp.

Gray, Michael, & Lorelei Williams. "The Merchant's House, Marlborough: The Printing Years." Quadrat, 9 (June 1999): 8-12 [printers John Smith & Edward Harold in the early 1770s published the Marlborough Journal from 132-133 High Street. After 1774, when the paper ceased publication, Harold remained an active printer at the High Street address through 1823].

Green, James. "Early American Print Culture at the Library Company of Philadelphia." Uncommon Sense: A Newsletter Published by the Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture. No. 108 (Winter-Spring 1999): 11, 13, 15, 17.

* Greenfield, Jane. ABC of Bookbinding: A Unique Glossary with over 700 Illustrations for Collectors and Librarians. New Castle, DE: Oak Knoll; New York: Lyons, 1998. xi, 183 pp., ill., with glossaries of bookbinders' terms; of bookbinding's structural evolution; and of binders, designers, and styles of decoration.

* Greetham, D. C. Theories of the Text. Oxford: Clarendon, 1999.  xii. 580 pp., ill.

* Grésillon, Almuth. Literarische Handschriften: Einführung in die "Critique génétique."  Ed. Winfried Woesler. Bern: P. Lang (Arbeiten zur Editionswissenschaft, 4), 1999. 311 pp., ill.

Groom, Nick. "Letters from Thomas Percy to Thomas Ashe: Notes on Wynkyn de Worde and the Rowley Controversy." Notes and Queries, n.s. 46 (1999): 360-64.

* Gutjahr, Paul. An American Bible: A History of the Good Book in the United States, 1777-1880. Stanford University Press, 1999. xv, 256 pp., ill. maps.

Hammond, Brean S. Professional Imaginative Writing in England, 1670-1740: "Hackney for Bread." Oxford: Clarendon, 1997.  viii, 348 pp.

Hanks, Peter. "Joshua Drewry of Stafford." Quadrat. No. 7 (June 1998): 14-17 [bookseller & printer active in Stafford 1792-1821].

Harmon, Robert B. Elements of Bibliography: A Guide to Information Sources and Practical Applications. 3rd ed. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press, 1998. Pp. xiv, 295; illustrations.

* Harris, Philip R. A History of the British Museum Library (1753-1973). London: British Library, 1998.  xx, 833 pp., ill.

* Helferty, Seamus, & Raymond Refaussé. eds. Directory of Irish Archives. Dublin: Fourt Courts Press, 1999. 160 pp.

* Hernandez, Vicente S. History of Books and Libraries in the Philippines, 1521-1900. Manila: National Commission for Culture and the Arts, 1996. xvi, 248.

* Herrmann, Frank. English as Collectors. Rev. ed. London: John Murray Ltd.; New Castle, DE: Oak Knoll Press, 1999. xlviii, 461 pp., ill.

Hill, Jonathan E. "From Provisional to Permanent: Books in Boards, 1790-1840." The Library, 6th ser., 21 (1999): 247-73, ill.

"The History of Printing Types."  The Book Collector, 48 (1999), 493-510. [Review essay, including a discussion of Fiona G. E. Ross's The Printed Bengali Character and Its Evolution (1999).]

Holden, Carole. "Early Printing from Africa in the British Library." British Library Journal, 23, no. 1 (Spring 1997), 1-11. [1,540 18th-c editions printed in Mauritius, & 110 printed in Madagascar].

* Howard-Hill, T. H., ed. British Book Trade Dissertations to 1980: A Bibliography. Signal Mountain, TN: Summertown, 1998. xx, 315 pp.

Howard-Hill, T. H. "Fredson Bowers Re-Viewed." The Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 93 (1999): 255-68.

* Hunt, Arnold, Giles Mandelbrote, and Alison Shell (eds.). The Book Trade and Its Customers, 1450-1900: Historical Essays for Robin Myers. Introduction by D. F. McKenzie. Winchester, Hampshire, U.K.: St. Paul's Bibliographies; New Castle, DE: Oak Knoll Press, 1997.

Isaac, Peter. "Thomas Slack, 1723?-1784." Quadrat. No. 7 (June 1998): 18-20 [printer, publisher, & author in Newcastle- upon-Tyne, Slack published and co-edited works of his wife Anne Fisher Slack (1719-1778) after they married 15 December 1751].

* Isaac, Peter, and Barry McKay (eds.). The Human Face of the Book Trade.  Winchester: St. Paul's Bibliographies; New Castle, DE: Oak Knoll, 1999.  (Papers of the 16th Annual Seminar on the History of the Book, held 21-23 July 1998, at Napier University).

* Isaac, Peter [C. G.], and Barry McKay (eds.). Images and Texts: Their Production and Distribution in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries. Winchester, U.K.: St. Paul's Bibliographies; New Castle, DE: Oak Knoll, 1997. xiv, 188 pp., ill.

* Jagodzinski, Cecile M. Privacy and Print: Reading and Writing in Seventeenth-Century England.  University Press of Virginia, 1999. 256 pp.

Jackson, Leon. "Jedidiah Morse and the Transformation of Print Culture in New England, 1784-1826." Early American Literature, 34 (1999): 2-31.

* Jammes, André (édit.). Les Didot: Trois siècles de typographie et de bibliophilie, 1698-1998. Paris: Agence culturelle de Paris, 1998.

* Johns, Adrian. Nature of the Book: Print and Knowledge in the Making. University of Chicago Press, 1998. xxi, 753 pp.

Jones, Alun R. "Mock-Learned Commentaries by Lewis Morris." Cylchgrawn . . . National Library of Wales Journal, 30, 4 (Winter 1998): 405-17.

* Jones, Philip Henry, & Eiluned Rees (eds.). A Nation and Its Books: A History of the Book in Wales. Aberystwyth: National Library of Wales, in association with the Aberystwyth Centre for the Book, 1998. xvi, 432 pp., ill.

Kiessling, Nicolas K. "Anthony Wood, Thomas Gore, and the Use of Manuscript Material." The Library, 6th ser., 21 (1999): 108-23; illustrations; bibliography of heraldic books in and not in Wood's library].

* Kinane, Vincent, and Anne Walsh (eds.). A History of Trinity College Library, Dublin. Dublin: Four Courts Press, 1999. 160 pp.

Kliman, Bernice W. "Considering the Terminology of the New Bibliography and After." Analytical and Enumerative Bibliography, n.s. 10 (1999), 148-65.

Knott, David. "The Boston Agricultural Club: An Eighteenth-Century Vocational Book Club." The Library, 6th ser., 20 (1998): 62-67.

Knott, David. "John Brotherton--Bookbinder." Printing History Society Bulletin, 45 (Summer 1998): 15, ill. [From a check of the ESTC, Knott expands Brotherton's binding activities in London from 1717 to 1756, the year of his death; ill. of Brotherton's engraved label.]

* Lane, John A., & Mathieu Lommen. Letterproeven van Nederlandse gieterijen . . . / Dutch Typefounders Specimens from the Library of the KVB and Other Collections in the Amsterdam University Library with Histories of the Firms Represented. Specimens compiled by Johan de Zoete. Amsterdam: De Graaf, 1998. 350 pp., ill.

Lerner, Frederick Andrew. The Story of Libraries: From the Invention of Writing to the Computer Age. New York: Continuum, 1998. 246 pp., ill.

* Le Vot, Valérie. Des livres à la vie: Lecteurs et lectures dans le roman allemand des Lumières.  Bern, New York et Paris: Peter Lang (coll. "Series 3: Études et documents." 45).1999. xiv, 451pp., ill.

Love, Harold. "Some Strengths of the James Marshall and Marie Louise Osborn Collection." Yale University Library Gazette, 72 (1998): 155-67.

Lutz, Cora E. "Ezra Stiles and the Legend of the Angel of Hadley." Yale University Library Gazette, 73 (1999): 115-23.

* Marciari, John, comp. Grand Tour Diaries and Other Travel Manuscripts in the James Marshall and Marie-Louise Osborn Collection. (Yale U. Library Gazette, Occasional Supplement 2.) Foreword by Stephen Parks. New Haven, CT: Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, 1999. Pp. iv + 171; bibliography; indices. [includes ambassadorial reports on customs and sites, autograph letters, descriptions by sailors, etc.; most MSS unpublished, citations of published mss. given; printed travel diaries are excluded unless they contain MSS notations].

* Martin, Henri-Jean.  Livres, pouvoirs et société à Paris au XVIIe siècle (1598-1701).  Genève: Droz (coll. «Titre courant»), 1999 (1969). 1091 pp.

Martin, Henri-Jean (édit.).  la Naissance du livre moderne. Mise en page et mise en texte du livre français (XIVe-XVIIe siècle).  Paris: Cercle de la librairie, 2000.  494 pp.

* Marx, William (ed.). Essays in Memory of Robin Rider. Lampeter: Founders' Library, St. David's College, University of Wales, 1997. xvi,  275 pp., ill. (Trivium, Vols. 29-30)

* Mason, Haydn (ed.). The Darnton Debate: Books and Revolution in the Eighteenth Century.  Oxford: Voltaire Foundation, 1998. ix, 305 pp.  (Studies on Voltaire and the Eighteenth Century, 359.)

May, James E. "The First Three Editions of Gilbert Burnet's Abridgement of the History of the Reformation of the Church, Parts 1-2." The Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 93 (1999): 181-212.

May, James E. "Rare Books and MSS [manuscripts] Offered and Acquired 1995-1997." The East-Central Intelligencer, 13, 3 (September 1999): 23-34.

May, James E. (comp.). "Women as Publishers, Readers, and Writers." The East-Central Intelligencer, 13, 1 (January 1999): 45-85.  A revised and expanded online version is available: http://www.personal.psu.edu/special/C18/maytools2.htm 

* McCarthy, Muriel, and Caroline Sherwood-Smith. The Wisdom of the East: March's Oriental Books. Dublin: Archbishop Marsh's Library, 1999. 109 pp., ill.

McCorison, Marcus A., "The New-England Primer Enlarged, 1727." Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society, 108 (1998): 63-66.

* McDonnell, Joseph. Five Hundred Years of the Art of the Book in Ireland: 1500 to the Present. Dublin and London: National Gallery of Ireland in Association with Merrel Holberton, 1997. 175 pp., ill.

McKitterick, David. "Histories of the Book."  The Book Collector, 49 (2000), 9-26 [review essay].

* Mellot, Jean-Dominique (édit.). L'Edition rouennaise et ses marches (vers 1600 - vers 1730): Dynamisme provincial et centralisme parisien. Préface de Henri-Jean Martin. Paris: École des Chartes (coll. "Mémoires et documents de l'École des Chartes," 48) , 1998.  816 pp., ill.

* Mellot, Jean-Dominique, et Elisabeth Queval (édit.). Répertoire d'imprimeurs/libraires XVIe-XVIIIe siècle: État en 1995. 3rd édition. Paris: Bibliothèque Nationale de France, 1997. 719 pp.

Merlotti, A.  "Negli Archivi del re. La lettura negata delle opere di Giannone nel Piemonte sabaudo (1748-1848)."  Rivista Storica Italiana, 107, 2 (1995): 332-86.

"Michael Twyman: A Checklist of the Published Writings." Printing History Society Bulletin, 44 (Summer 1998): 7-9 [Twyman is Emeritus Professor of Typography and Graphic Communication at the University of Reading and Chairman of the Printing History Society; the bibliography lists many 1990s publications on early nineteenth-century lithography throughout Europe.]

Meyer, Horst (comp. and ed.). Bibliographie der Buch- und Bibliotheksgeschichte. Vol. 16: 1996, Mit Nachträgen aus den Jahren 1980 bis 1995. Bad Iburg, Germany: Bibliographischer Verlag Dr. Horst Meyer, 1998. 619 pp.

* Monaghan, Charles. The Murrays of Murray Hill. Brooklyn, New York: Urban History Press, 1998. x, 166.

* 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.

Mulvihill, Maureen E. "The Eureka! Piece in the Ephelia Puzzle: Book Ornaments in Attribution Research and a New Location for Rahir Fleuron 203 (Elzevier, 1896)." ANQ [American Notes and Queries], 12, 3 (1999): 23-34 [original title-page ornament for Female Poems on Several Occasions Written by Ephelia (1679) appeared in Mathys Press (Leyden) publications ca. 1670; Lady Mary Villiers (Mulvihill's candidate for Ephelia), would have seen the fleuron ornament in editions such as the Severin Mathys Polybius, and had it copied for her edition because the design (calling to mind butterflies and swords) hinted at her identity].

Myers, Robin. "Dr. Andrew Coltée Ducarel, Lambeth Librarian, Civilian, and Keeper of the Public Records." The Library, 6th ser., 21 (1999): 199-222 [Presidential Address, Bibliographical Society in London, 21 April 1998, on DuCarel (1713-1785).]

* Myers, Robin, & Michael Harris (eds.). Antiquaries, Book Collectors, and the Circles of Learning.  Winchester, Hampshire, U.K.: St. Paul's Bibliographies; New Castle, DE: Oak Knoll Press, 1996. xvi, 166 pp., ill.

* Myers, Robin, and Michael Harris (eds.). Journeys through the Market: Travel, Travellers, and the Book Trade. (Publishing Pathways.) New Castle, DE: Oak Knoll Press, 2000. 164; ill

* Myers, Robin, & Michael Harris (eds.). Medicine, Mortality, and the Book Trade.  Winchester, U.K.: St. Paul's Bibliographies; New Castle, DE: Oak Knoll Press, 1998. 170 pp.

* Myers, Robin, & Michael Harris (eds.). Stationers' Company and the Book Trade (1550-1990).  Winchester, Hampshire, University K.: St. Paul's Bibliographies; New Castle, DE: Oak Knoll Press, 1997. xiii, 210 pp., ill.

* Nicholls, Christine S. (ed.). The Encyclopedia of Biography. New York: St. Martin's, 1998. 1046 pp.

* Nickell, Joe. Pen, Ink, and Evidence: A Study of Writing and Writing Materials for Penman, Collector, and Document Detective. 2nd ed. New Castle, DE: Oak Knoll Press, 2000. 416 pp., ill. 

O'Brien, Padraig. "The Eyres Press--the First Decade." Quadrat, 9 (June 1999): 3-7.

Pallone, Nathaniel J. "The Nature of the Book." The European Legacy, 5, 3 (2000): 431 ff.

* Parks, Stephen, assisted by Earle Havens. The Luttrell File: Narcissus Luttrell's Dates on Contemporary Pamphlets, 1678-1730. (Yale U. Library Gazette, Occasional Supplement 3.) With a Chronological Index compiled by Carolyn Nelson. New Haven, CT: Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, 1999. vi, 223 pp.

[Pitcher, E.W.] -- ANQ, 12, 1 (Winter 1999) is a special issue comprised of articles by E. W. Pitcher on periodicals. Foreword by Arthur Sherbo (2-6).  Pitcher's pieces include:  "Eliza Gilding (Mrs. Daniel Turner): Some Facts and Inferences" (6-22); "Glover, Goldsmith, and Hugh Kelly: A Comment on the 'Authentic Anecdotes of the late Dr. Goldsmith' (1774)" (23-26); "Samuel Whitechurch and The Westminster Magazine" (26-28); William Mugleston and 'The Matron': Authorship of a Lady's Magazine Essay Serial, 1774-91" (28-29); "J. W. Smith and the Essay Serials by "Sigma" in The Lady's Monthly Museum" (29-31); "Samuel Jackson Pratt's Miscellanies (1785): Sources for the Essays and Tales" (31-34); "'A Complexion of Improbabilities': American Humor and Frontier News after the Revolution" (34-41); "Inventing Humorous Indians in Early American Literature" (41-49); "Dr. Elihu H. Smith and 'The Simplist' Essay Serial in The New Hampshire Journal: or, Farmer's Weekly Museum" (49-51); and "Fiction in American Magazines before 1800: Addenda and Corrigenda" (52-60).

* Pitcher, Edward William. Facts and Fictions: Discoveries in Periodicals 1720-1820. Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen, 1999. 600 pp. [British periodical literature; indexes principal 18th-c essayists who followed Addison and Steele].

* Pitcher, Edward William. The Lady's Monthly Museum: First Series: 1798-1806. An Annotated Index Under Contributors' Names, Pseudonymous Signature, and Ascriptions.  Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen, 1999. 356 pp.

* Pitcher, Edward William. The Literary Prose of Westminster Magazine, 1773-1785: An Annotated Index Under Contributors' Names, Pseudonymous Signature, and Ascriptions.  Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen, 1999. 356 pp.

"Print, Picture, or Text?" The Book Collector, 47 (1998), 297-318; bibliography. [Unsigned review essay of recent publications on prints, including Timothy Clayton's The English Print, 1688-1802 (1997).]

Purcell, Mark. "'Useful Weapons for the Defence of that Cause': Richard Allestree, John Fell, and the Foundation of the Allestree Library." The Library, 6th ser., 21 (1999): 124-47 [historic library of the Regius Professor of Divinity at Oxford, founded by Allestree in 1681].

Raymond, Joad. "The History of Newspapers and the History of Journalism: Two Disciplines or One?" Media History, 5, 2 (1999): 223-32.

* Raymond, Joad. News, Newspapers, and Society in Early Modern Britain. London and Portland, OR: F. Cass, 1999. 239 pp.

Reed, Joseph W. "Early Morning in the Boswell Vinyard." Yale University Library Gazette, 72 (1998): 141-54.

Reese, William S. "The Rare Book Market Today." Yale University Library Gazette, 74 (1999): 146-65.

* Renwick, John et Lucette Pérol, avec la collaboration de Jean Ehrard.  Deux bibliothèques oratoriennes à la fin du XVIIIe siècle: Riom et Effiat.  Saint-Étienne: Publications de l'Université de Saint-Étienne, 1999.

Rétat, Pierre. "Batailles," dans D. Reynaud and C. Thomas (édit.), La Suite à l'ordinaire prochain: La représentation du monde dans les gazettes (Lyon: Presses Universitaires de Lyon, 1999), pp. 111-22.

Rétat, Pierre. "Politique et administration," dans Henri Duranton et Pierre Rétat (édit.), Gazettes et information politique sous l'Ancien Régime (Saint-Etienne: Presses Universitaires de Saint-Etienne, 1999), pp. 269-80.

* Reynaud, Denis, et Chantal Thomas (édit.). La Suite: L'Ordinaire prochain: La représentation du monde dans les gazettes. Lyon: Presses universitaires de Lyon, 1999. 293 pp.

* Rhodes, Barbara, & William Wells Streeter. Before Photocopying: The Art and History of Mechanical Copying, 1780-1938: A Book in Two Parts. New Castle, DE: Oak Knoll Press; Northampton, MA: Heraldry Bindery, 1999. 495 pp., ill.

Rohrer, James R. "The Connecticut Missionary Society and Book Distribution in the Early Republic." Library and Culture, 34 (1999): 17-26.

* Rosenblum, Joseph. Practice to Deceive: The Amazing Stories of Literary Forgery's Most Notorious Practitioners. New Castle, DE: Oak Knoll Press, 2000. 416 pp., ill.

* Ross, Fiona G. E. The Printed Bengali Character and Its Evolution. Richmond: Curzon, 1999. xix, 244 pp., ill. 

* Schmidt-Glintzer, Helwig (ed.). A Treasure House of Books: The Library of Duke August of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel.  Translated by Malcolm Green. Wolfenbüttel: Herzog August Bibliothek (Ausstellungs-kataloge der Herzog August Bibliothek, 75), 1998. 270 pp., ill.

* Scott, Patrick. "The Biographical Part of Literature": An Exhibition in Celebration of Literary Biography from the Collections of Thomas Cooper Library. Columbia: University of South Carolina, 1998. x, 61 pp., ill. [exhibit dates: November 1998 to January 1999].

* Shaw, David J. (ed.). The Cathedral Libraries Catalogue. Vol. 2: Books Printed on the Continent of Europe before 1701 in the Libraries of the Anglican Cathedrals of England and Wales Part 1: A-K. Part 2: L-Z. Compiled with the assistance of Margaret S. G. McLeod (née Hands): Karen I. James, Lawrence Le R. Dethan, et al. London: British Library and the Bibliographical Society, 1998. xvi, 819 pp.

Shell, Alison. "Antiquarians, Local Politics, and the Book Trade: The Publication of Philip Morant's History of Colchester 1748)." The Library, 6th ser., 21 (1999): 223-46.

Solheim, Helene. "Thomas, not John, Baskerville and Thomas Hearne." Notes and Queries, n.s. 46, (1999): 345.

* Spalding, Paul S. Seize the Book, Jail the Author: Johann Lorenz Schmidt and Censorship in Eighteenth-Century Germany. West Lafayette, IN: Purdue University Press, 1998. xvii, 347 pp., ill.

* Streeter, William W., and Barbara Rhodes. Before Photocopying: Art and History of Mechanical Copying 1780-1938. New Castle, DE: Oak Knoll Press, 1999. vii, 495 pp., ill.

"Studies in the History of the Book." The Book Collector, 48 (1999), 9-31; bibliography [unsigned review essay].

Suarez, Michael F., S.J. "English Book Sale Catalogues as Bibliographical Evidence: Methodological Considerations Illustrated by a Case Study in the Provenance and Distribution of Dodsley's Collection of Poems, 1750-1795." The Library, 6th ser., 21 (1999): 321-60.

* Sweeney, Tony, ed. Ireland and the Printed Word: A Short Descriptive Catalogue of Early Books, Pamphlets, Newsletters and Broadsides Relating to Ireland. Printed: 1475-1700. Dublin: Éamonn de Burca, 1997. 1000, pp., ill.

* Tanselle, G. Thomas. Literature and Artifacts. Charlottesville, VA: Bibliographical Society of the University of Virginia, 1998. xvii, 355, pp.

* Tattersfield, Nigel. Bookplates by Beilby and Bewick: A Bibliographical Dictionary of Bookplates from the Workshop of Ralph Beilby, Thomas Bewick, and Robert Bewick, 1760-1849. London: British Library; New Castle, DE: Oak Knoll Press, 1999. xi, 352 pp., ill., facsimiles.

* Traniello, Paolo. La biblioteca publica: Storia di un istituto nell'Europa contemporanea.  Bologna: Il Mulino (Saggi, 464), 1997. 388 pp.

* Tremaine, Marie. A Bibliography of Canadian Imprints, 1751-1800. 1970; rpt. University of Toronto Press, 1999. xxx, 705 pp.

* Trombetta, Vincenzo. Storia della Biblioteca Universitaria de Napoli dal vice-regno spagnolo all'unitá d'Italia. Naples: Vivarium, 1995.

* Twyman, Michael. The British Library Guide to Printing: History and Techniques. London: British Library, 1998. 88 pp., ill.

* Twyman, Michael. Printing 1770-1970: An Illustrated History of the Development and Uses in England. 1970; rpt. 1998.

* Vander Meulen, David L. (ed.). The Bibliographical Society of the University of Virginia: The First Fifty Years. Preface by G. Thomas Tanselle. Charlottesville, VA: Bibliographical Society of the University of Virginia, 1998. x, 272 pp.

* Van Dulken, Stephen. British Patents of Invention, 1617-1977: A Guide for Researchers. London: British Library; Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1999. 211 pp., ill.

* Vodosek, Peter, & Graham Jefcoate (eds.). Bibliotheken in der literarischen Darstellung: Libraries in Literature. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz (Wolfenbütteler Schriften zur Geschichte des Buchwesens, 33), 1999. 235 pp.

* Völpel, Annegret. Der Literarisierungsprozeß der Volksaufklärung des späten 18. und frühen 19. Jahrhundert. Dargestellt anhand der Volksschriften von Schlosser, Rochow, Becker, Salzmann und Hebel. Mit einer aktualisierten Bibliographie der Volksaufklärungsschriften.  Bern, New York, and Paris: Peter Lang (Europäische Hochschulschriften, Reihe 1: Deutsche Sprache und Literatur, 1568), 1996. 439 pp.

* Wächter, Wolfgang. Bücher erhalten pflegen und restaurieren. Stuttgart: Hauswedell, 1997. ix, 278 pp., ill.

Warkentin, Germaine. "The World and the Book at Penshurst: The Second Earl of Leicester (1595-1677) and His Library." The Library, 6th ser., 20 (1998): 325-46.

Weimerskirch, Philip J. "The National Library of England--Past and Present." Library Quarterly, 69 (1999): 505-10 [review essay].

Wenzel, Sarah G. "From Revolution to Evolution: The Transformation of the Bibliothèque Nationale into the Bibliothèque National de France, through the Lens of Popular and Professional Reports." Library Quarterly, 69 (1999): 324-38.

West, Anthony James. "Sales and Prices of Shakespeare First Folios: A History, 1623 to the Present (Part Two):" Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 93 (1999): 75-142.

* Whitley, Kathleen P. The Gilded Page: The History and Technique of Manuscript Gilding. Introduction by Michelle Brown. London: British Library; New Castle, DE: Oak Knoll Press, 2000. 236 pp., ill.

Willison, Ian.  "The Creation of the Concept of the Rare Book.  The emergence of historical bibliography as a discipline: the case of the British Library."  Intellectual News, 6-7 (WInter 2000): 27-36.

* Wilsdorf, Heinz G. F. Early German-American Imprints.  Bern & New York: P. Lang (New German-American Studies, 17), 1999. xvi, 259 pp., ill.

* Wright, C. J. (ed.). Sir Robert Cotton as Collector: Essays on an Early Stuart Courtier and his Legacy. London: British Library, 1997. viii, 470 pp. ill.

[Yale University Libraries] "Recent Acquisitions Briefly Noted." Yale University Library Gazette, 72 (1998): 171-92.

[Yale University Libraries.] "Recent Acquisitions Briefly Noted." Yale University Library Gazette, 74 (1999): 71-96; 173-92.

* Zachs, William. The First John Murray and the Late Eighteenth-Century London Book Trade: With a Checklist of His Publications.  Oxford University Press, 1999. xvi, 437 pp.

§ Bulletin of the John Rylands University Library of Manchester, 80, 2 (Summer 1998), 1-381 -- a Guide to the Special Collections Division of the John Rylands University Library of Manchester, arranged mostly under subject headings (not chronological period), such as "Western (European) Manuscript."]

[see also titles by Dobranski listed under England - Literature - Milton; by Brady listed under Theatre History]

 

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

Andrés, Bernard. "Les manuscrits d'un Albigeois: De la signature maçonnique dans les pétitions québécoises de Pierre de Sales Laterrière (1778-1782)," dans Jacinthe Martel et Robert Melançon, édit., Inventaire, lecture, invention: Mélanges de critique et d'histoire littéraires offerts à Bernard Beugnot (Montréal: Paragraphes, 1999), pp. 119-52.

Laflèche, Guy.  Bibliographie littéraire de la Nouvelle-France. Laval: Éditions du singulier (coll. «Les cahiers universitaires du singulier», 2), 2000.  249 pSp. ISBN: 2-920580-08-6.

* Lemelin, André en collaboration avec Claude Marcil.  le Purgatoire de l'ignorance. L'éducation au Québec jusqu'à la grande réforme. Beauport, Québec: Publication MNH, 1999. 165 pp.

* Lamonde, Yvan. Histoire sociale des idées au Québec (1760-1960). Volume I: Un goût de clairière, 1760-1896. Montréal, Fides, 2000. ISBN: 2-7621-2104-3.

Lamonde, Yvan.  «"La France et nous": perceptions réciproques du Québec et de la France (1760-2000)», dans Alain Bardet et René Durocher (édit.), France-Québec, le regard de l'autre (Paris: CNRS/CCIFQ, 1999), pp. 426-437.

* Trudel, Marcel.  le Régime militaire et la disparition de la Nouvelle-France, 1759-1764.  Montréal: Fides (coll. «Histoire de la Nouvelle-France», X), 1999.  570 pp. ISBN: 2-7621-2062-4.

[see also title by Tremaine listed under Biblliography &c.]

 

CARTOGRAPHY & GEOGRAPHY

* Lewis, G. Malcolm (ed.). Cartographic Encounters: Perspectives on Native American Mapmaking and Map Use.  University of Chicago Press, for the Herman Dunlap Smith Center for the History of Cartography, the Newberry Library, 1998. 318 pp.  (The Kenneth Nebenzahl, Jr.., Lectures in the History of Cartography.)

Myers, James P., Jr. "Mapping Pennsylvania's Western Frontier in 1756." Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, 123 (1999): 3-30.

* Pedley, Mary Spoonberg. Map Trade in the Late Eighteenth Century: Letters to the London Map Dealers Jefferys and Faden.  Oxford: Voltaire Foundation, 2000. 

Peltz, Lucy. "Aestheticizing the Ancestral City: Topography and the Representation of London in the Long Eighteenth Century." Art History, 22 (1999): 472-94 [on antiquarian representations of London, as Wenceslaus Hollar's engravings authorized by the Society of Antiquaries].

* Smith, Richard J.  Chinese Maps: Images of 'All Under Heaven'.  Oxford University Press, 1996 0-19-585949-9

* Suarez, Thomas.  Early Mapping of Southeast Asia.  Periplus Editions, 1999.  300 pp.  ISBN: 9625934707

* Whitfield, Peter. New Found Lands: Maps in the History of Exploration. London: British Library, 1998. viii, 200 pp., ill.

 

CEYLON, SRI LANKA

* Arasaratnam, Sinnappah.  Ceylon and the Dutch, 1600-1800 : External Influences and Internal Change in Early Modern Sri Lanka.  Variorum (Collected Studies Series, 525), 1996.  ISBN: 0860785793 

 

 CHINA

* Dillon, Michael.  China : A Historical and Cultural Dictionary.  Curzon Press (Durham East Asia Series), 1998.  ISBN: 0700704388 (cloth); 0700704396 (paper)

* Gunn, Geoffrey C. Encountering MacAu : A Portuguese City-State on the Periphery of China, 1557-1999.  Westview Press, 1996. ISBN: 0813389704 

*  Millward, James A.  Beyond the Pass : Economy, Ethnicity, and Empire in Qing Central Asia, 1759-1864.  Stanford University Press, 1998. 450 pp.  ISBN: 0804729336

* Spence, Jonathan D. la Chine imaginaire. La Chine vue par les Occidentaux. De Marco Polo à nos jours. Montréal: Presses de l'Université de Montréal, 2000. ISBN: 2-7621-1757-2.

[see also title by Smith listed under Cartography; by Jones listed under History of Religion - Buddhism]

 

 CLASSICS, CLASSICAL CIVILISATION

* Benitez, Miguel, Antony McKenna, Gianni Paganini, et Jean Salem (édit.). Materia actuosa, Antiquité, Âge classique, Lumières. Mélanges en l'honneur d'Olivier Bloch.  Slatkine, 2000.  400 pp. ISBN: 2-7453-0237-X.

Schnapp, A. «Les Antiquités entre la France et l'Allemagne au XVIIIe siècle». Revue germanique internationale, 13, (2000).

HOMER

Scalvini, B.  "L'Iliade tra compendio e dramma: Alessandro Verri traduttore di Omero."  Studi Settecenteschi, 18 (1998): 159-78.

LUCRETIUS

* Repetzki, Michael M. (ed.). John Evelyn's Translation of Titus Lucretius Carus, De rerum natura: An Old-Spelling Critical Edition  Bern and New York: Peter Lang (Münster Monographs on English Literature, 22), 2000. cxiii, 275 pp.

ROME

* Edwards, Catharine, ed.  Roman Presences: Receptions of Rome in European Culture, 1789-1945.  Cambridge University Press, 1999.  xii + 279 pp. ISBN 0-521-59197-X [Select essay titles include Catharine Edwards, "Introduction: shadows and fragments" (1-18); Duncan F. Kennedy, "A Sense of place: Rome, history and empire revisited" (35-52); Stephen Bann, "Envisioning Rome: Granet and Gibbon in dialogue" (35-52); Valérie Huet, "Napoleon I: a new Augustus?" (53-69); Javed Majeed, "Comparativism and references to Rome in British imperial attitudes to India" (88-109); Norman Vance, "Decadence and the subversion of empire" (110-24); Chloe Chard, "The road to ruin: memory, ghosts, moonlight and weeds" (125-39)].

[see also title by Villis listed under History of Art - Bellotto; by Von Solodkoff listed under Material Culture]

STRABO

Dizès, J.-M.. «Un passage de Strabon provenant des Papiers Dupin». Études Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 9 (1997).

TACITUS

Soll, Jacob.  "Amelot de La Houssaye (1634-1706) Annotates Tacitus." Journal of the History of Ideas, 61, 2 (April, 2000): 167-87.

 

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

Blake, N.  "Tutors and Students without Faces or Places."  Journal of Philosophy of Education, 34, 1 (2000): 183-96.

Bramall, S.  "The Educational Significance of the Interface." Journal of Philosophy of Education, 34, 1 (2000): 71-84.

* Brown, John Seely, & Pail Duguid.  The Social Life of Information.  Harvard Business School, 2000.  304 pp.  ISBN 0-8758-4762-5 -- and see review by Luciano Floridi, "A little e-learning...," TLS, 5069 (May 26, 2000):  30.

Bruce, B.  "Credibility of the Web: Why We Need Dialectical Reading."  Journal of Philosophy of Education, 34, 1 (2000): 97-109.

Darnton, Robert. «Paris: The Early Internet». New York Review of Books, 11 (juin 2000): 42-47.

Duncan, B.J.  "Writing Feminist Webzines and the Confusion of Identity."  Journal of Philosophy of Education, 34, 1 (2000): 85-95.

Kolb, D.  "Learning Places: Building Dwelling Thinking Online." Journal of Philosophy of Education, 34, 1 (2000): 121-33.

Lankshear, C., M. Peters & M. Knobel.  "Information, Knowledge and Learning: Some Issues Facing Epistemology and Education in a Digital Age."  Journal of Philosophy of Education, 34, 1 (2000): 17-29.

 Lelliott, A., S. Pendlebury & P. Enslin.  "Promises of Access and Inclusion: Online Education in Africa."  Journal of Philosophy of Education, 34, 1 (2000): 41-52.

Lüethy, Christopher. "Caught in the electronic revolution: Observations  and analyses by some historians of science, medicine, technology and philosophy."  Early Science and Medicine, 5, 1 (2000): 64-92.

Marshall, J.  "Electronic Writing and the Wrapping of Language." Journal of Philosophy of Education, 34, 1 (2000): 135-49.

McKie, J.  "Conjuring Notions of Place."  Journal of Philosophy of Education, 34, 1 (2000): 111 -120.

* Miller, Daniel, & Don Slater.  The Internet: An Ethnographic Approach.  Oxford: Berg Publishers, 2000.  224 pp.  ISBN 1-85973-384-0 (cloth); 1-85973-389-1 (paper) -- see web tie-in: http://ethnonet.gold.ac.uk/ 

Sandbothe, M.  "Media Philosophy and Media Education in the Age of the Internet."  Journal of Philosophy of Education, 34, 1 (2000): 53-69.

Standish, P.  "Fetish for Effect."  Journal of Philosophy of Education, 34, 1 (2000): 151-68.

[see also title by Brady listed under Theatre History]

 

CULINARY HISTORY, OENOLOGY, FOOD & DRINK, CAKES & ALE

* Cagle, William R.  A Matter of Taste. Rev. ed. New Castle, DE: Oak Knoll, 1999. 1205 pp., ill. [a companion to American Books on Food and Drink (1998), by W.R. Cagle & Lisa Killion Stafford]

Lehmann, Gilly. "Le Livre de cuisine en Angleterre aus XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles: Par qui, pour qui?" Bulletin de la Société d'Études Anglo-Américaines des XVIIe et XVIIIe Siècles, 46 (1999): 89-102.

* Mayson, Richard.  Port and the Douro.  Faber, 2000.  320 pp.  ISBN 0-571-19522-9 (paper) -- and see review by Paul Duguid, "Goodbye to the Englishman's wine," TLS, 5069 (May 26, 2000): 36.

* Oldenburg, Henrik.  Port.  Copenhagen: Smag & Behag, 2000.  380 pp.  ISBN 87-90179-16-1 -- and see review listed under Mayson.

 

ECONOMICS

Amato, M.  "Dal 'dibattito sulle monete' al Della Moneta. Riforme, monete, calcolo e intelletto da Muratori e Beccaria a Galiani."  Rivista Storica Italiana, 108, 2-3 (1996): 836-56.

Arrow, Kenneth J.  "Increasing returns: historiographic issues and path dependence."  European Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 7, 2 (2000): 171 ff.

* Denis, Henri.  Histoire de la pensée économique.  Paris: Presses universitaires de France (coll. «Quadrige», 290), 1999.  736 pp. ISBN: 2-13-050171-0.

* Tabatoni, Pierre. Mémoire des monnaies européennes, du denier à l'euro. Paris: Presses universitaires de France, 1999. 256 pp. ISBN: 2-13-050237-7.

* Teichova, Alice, Ginette Kurgan-Van Hentenryk, & D. Ziegler, eds.  Banking, Trade and Industry : Europe, America and Asia from the Thirteenth to the Twentieth Century. Cambridge University Press, 1997. ISBN: 0-521-57361-0 

Colander, David.  "The Death of Neoclassical Economics."  Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 22, 2 (2000): 127-44.

 Harpham, Edward  J.  "The Problem of Liberty in the Thought of Adam Smith."  Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 22, 2 (2000):  217 ff.

Van Den  Berg, Richard.  "Differential rent in the 1760s: two neglected French contributions."  European Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 7, 2 (2000):  181 ff.

§ The Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 22, 2 (2000) includes a special roundtable on heterodox economics; titles include A.W. Bob  Coats, "The Progress of Heterodox Economics" (145);  Roger  E.  Backhouse, "Progress in Heterodox Economics" (149); Sheila  C.  Dow, "Prospects for the Progress of Heterodox Economics" (157); Daniel  R.  Fusfeld, "Comments on the Roundtable Discussion" (171); Craufurd  D.  Goodwin, "Comment: It's the Homogeneity, Stupid!" (179); Malcolm  Rutherford, " It's the Prospects of Heterodox Economics: A Comment" (185); and A.W. Bob  Coats, "Concluding Reflections" (189).

[see also titles by McGowen & by Russell listed under England - History]

 

ENCYCLOPÆDIA BRITANNICA

Abbattista, G.  "La 'folie de la raison par alphabet'. Le origini settecentesche dell'Encyclopaedia Britannica (1768-1801)."  Studi Settecenteschi, 16 (1996): 397-434.

Castagneto, P.  "Uomo, natura e società nelle edizioni settecentesche dell'Encyclopaedia Britannica.Studi Settecenteschi, 16 (1996): 435-76.

Sebastiani, S.  "Race as a Construction of the Other: 'Native Americans' and 'Negroes' in the 18th Century Editions of the Encyclopaedia Britannica," in Bo Stråth, ed., Europe and the Other and Europe as the Other (Bruxelles/Bern/Berlin/Oxford/New York/Wien: Peter Lang, 2000).

 

ENGLAND - HISTORY

* Baranger, Denis.  le Parlementarisme des origines. Essai sur les conditions de formation d'un exécutif responsable en Angleterre, des années 1740 au début de l'âge victorien.  Paris: Presses universitaires de France (coll. «Léviathan»), 1999. 416 pp. ISBN: 2-13-049744-6.

* Barker, Hannah. Newspapers, Politics, and Public Opinion in Late Eighteenth-Century England. Oxford: Clarendon, 1999.  vii, 202 pp., ill. 

Birtles, Sara. "Common Land, Poor Relief and Enclosure: The Use of Manorial Resources in Fulfilling Parish Obligations 1601-1834." Past and Present, 165 (November 1999): 74-106 [the elimination of use-rights].

* Black, Jeremy. Britain as a military power, 1688-1815. London: UCL Press, 1999. ISBN 1-85728-772-X.

* Butler, Larry, and Anthony Gorst (ed.). Modern British History: A Guide to Study and Research. London: I. B. Tauris, 1998. x, 310 pp.

Castagneto, P.  "La prima missione diplomatica di Francesco Maria Ageno, ministro della Serenissima a Londra." Studi Settecenteschi, 17 (1997): 187-226 [Venetian diplomacy in London].

* Claydon, Tony and Ian McBride, ed. Protestantism and national identity. Britain and Ireland c. 1650-c. 1850. Cambridge University Press, 1998. ISBN 0-521-62077-5.

* Clout, Hugo.  Histoire de Londres.  Paris: Presses universitaires de France (coll. «Que sais-je ?», 3428), 1999. Traduction de Jean Robert. ISBN: 2 13 049583 4.

* Davis, Robert P. Where a Man Can Go: Major General William Phillips, British Royal Artillery, 1731-1781.  Foreword by Peter Somerville-Large. Westport, CT: Greenwood (Contributions in Military Studies, 179), 1999. 240 pp., ill., maps.

French, H.R. "Social Status, Localism and the 'Middle Sort of People' in England 620-1750." Past and Present, 166 (February 2000): 66-99.

* Jaffe, James A.  Striking a Bargain: Work and Industrial Relations in England, 1780-1850. Manchester University Press, September 2000. 256pp. ISBN 0-7190-4952-0

* Loretelli, Rosamaria, & Roberto De Romanis (eds.). Narrating Transgression: Representations of the Criminal in Early Modern England.  Bern and New York: P. Lang (Anglo-American Studies, 11), 1999. 172 pp., ill.

* Macleod, Emma. A war of ideas: British attitudes to the wars against revolutionary France, 1792-1802. Aldershot: Ashgate, 1998. ISBN 1-8401-4614-1.

McGowen, Randall. "From Pillory to Gallows: The Punishment of Forgery in the Age of the Financial Revolution." Past and Present, 165 (November 1999): 107-140 [the Forgery Statute of 1729, the system of paper credit, and the forgeries of William Hales].

Russell, Gillian. "'Faro's Daughters': Female Gamesters, Politics, and the Discourse of Finance in 1790s Britain." Eighteenth-Century Studies, 33, 4 (Summer 2000): 481-504.

* Sweet, Rosemary. The Writing of Urban Histories in Eighteenth-Century England. Oxford: Clarendon, 1997. x, 356 pp.

 

ENGLAND - LITERATURE

* Alexander, Harriet Semmes. American and British Poetry: A Guide to Criticism, 1979-1990. Ohio University Press, 1996. xiv, 465 pp.

Bois, Catherine. «The Natural Sublime in Wordsworth's Poetry and Romantic Landscape Paintings». article électronique, Cercles. Revue pluridisciplinaire du monde anglophone, 1, 1 (2000). Available (in Adobe Acrobat format]: http://www.cercles.com/vol1_n1/bois.pdf  ISSN: 1292-8968 [18th-c theories of the sublime; Boileau, Dennis, Addison, Locke, Baillie, French Academy, Burke, Smith, Joseph Wright of Derby, Rosa, Cozens, Turner].

* Darton, F. J. Harvey. Children's Books in England: Five Centuries of Social Life. 3rd ed. Corrected & expanded by Brian Alderson. New Castle, DE: Oak Knoll Press; London: British Library, 1999.  xviii, 398 pp., ill.

* Garside, Peter, & Rainer Schöwerling. The English Novel 1770-1829: A Bibliographical Survey of Prose Fiction Published in the British Isles. Vol. 2: 1800-1829.  Oxford University Press, 2000. [For Vol. 1 see title by Raven listed below]

* Harner, James L. Literary Research Guide: An Annotated Listing of Reference Sources in English Literary Studies. New York: MLA, 1998. 772 pp.

* Keen, Paul. The Crisis of Literature in the 1790s: Print Culture and the Public Sphere.  Cambridge University Press, 1999.

* Kitson, Peter J., et al.  The Year's Work in English Studies. Vol. 77: 1996.  Malden, MA, and Oxford: Blackwell, for the English Association, 1999. lxxiv, 1082 pp.

* Kramnick, Jonathan Brody. Making the English Canon: Print-Capitalism and the Cultural Past 1700-1770.  Cambridge University Press, 1999. viii, 287 pp.

* Letellier, Robert Ignatius, ed. A Bibliography of the English Novel from the Restoration to the French Revolution: A Checklist of Sources and Critical Materials, with Particular Reference to the Period 1660-1740. Salzburg: Institut für Anglistik und Amerikanistik, University Salzburg; Lewisburg, NY: E. Mellen, 1994. xxxvii, 428 pp.

* Looser, Devoney. British Women Writers and the Writing of History, 1670-1820. Johns Hopkins University Press, November 2000. 320pp. ISBN 0-8018-6448-8

* McDowell, Paula. Women of Grub Street: Press, Politics, and Gender in the London Literary Marketplace, 1678-1730.  Oxford: Clarendon, 1998. viii, 347 pp., ill.

* Norton, Rictor, ed. Gothic Readings: The First Wave 1764-1840. Leicester University Press, 2000. 384 pp., ill. ISBN: and 0-7185-0216-7 (cloth); 0-7185-0217-5 (paper). [Anthology including selections from Walpole, Beckford, Radcliffe, Lewis, Coleridge, Godwin, Shelley, Maturin, Poe & followers incl. Reeve, Smith, Dacre, Baillie, Brown, Cowley, Cuthbertson & Parsons, as well as reviews, letters, diaries, chapbooks, and anecdotes about dramatic performances and the design of theatre sets. A complete Table of Contents may be seen at the editor's site, available: http://www.infopt.demon.co.uk/gothic.htm and the Introduction at http://www.infopt.demon.co.uk/gothintr.htm]

O'Connor, Mary.  «Representations of Intimacy in the Life-Writing of Anne Clifford and Anne Dormer», dans Patrick Coleman, Jayne Lewis et Jill Kowalik (édit.), Representations of the Self from the Renaissance to Romanticism (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2000), pp. 79-96. ISBN: 0 521 66146 3.

* Pearson, Jacqueline. Women's Reading in Britain, 1750-1835: A Dangerous Recreation. Cambridge University Press, 1999. x, 300 pp.

Prescott, Sarah, & Jane Spencer. "Prattling, tattling and knowing everything: public authority and the female editorial persona in the early essay-periodical." British Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies, 23 (Spring 2000): 43-57 [discussion of The Female tatler, The Female spectator, and The Old maid].

* Raven, James. The English Novel 1770-1829: A Bibliographical Survey of Prose Fiction Published in the British Isles. Vol. 1: 1770-1799.  Oxford University Press, 2000. [For Vol. 2 (1800-1829) see title by Garside & Schöwerling listed above].

Shuger, Debora.  «Life-Writing in Seventeenth-Century England», dans Patrick Coleman, Jayne Lewis et Jill Kowalik (édit.), Representations of the Self from the Renaissance to Romanticism (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2000), pp. 63-78. ISBN: 0 521 66146 3.

* Treglown, Jeremy, & Bridget Bennett (eds.). Grub Street and the Ivory Tower: Literary Journalism and Literary Scholarship from Fielding to the Internet. Oxford University Press, 1999. 304 pp.

* Warner, William B. Licensing Entertainment: The Elevation of Novel Reading in Britain, 1684-1750. University of California Press, 1998. xvi, 325 pp.

* Wheale, Nigel. Writing and Society: Literacy, Print and Politics in Britain (1590-1660). London: Routledge, 1999.

§ Eighteenth-Century Fiction, 12, 2-3 (January-April 2000) is a special double issue on "Reconsidering the Rise of the Novel."  Titles include David Blewett, "Introduction" (141-45); Ian Watt, "Flat-Footed and Fly-Blown: The Realities of Realism" (147-66); W.B. Carnochan, "'A Matter Discutable': The Rise of the Novel" (167-84); Max Byrd, "Two or Three Things I Know about Setting" (185-91); Michael Seidel, "The Man Who Came to Dinner: Ian Watt and the Theory of Formal Realism" (193-212); Robert B. Alter, "A Question of Beginnings" (213-25); J. Paul Hunter, "Serious Reflections on Daniel Defoe (with an Excursus on the Farther Adventures of Ian Watt and Two Notes on the Present State of Literary Studies)" (227-37);  Maximillian E. Novak, "Gendered Cultural Criticism and the Rise of the Novel: The Case of Defoe" (239-52); Michael McKeon, "Watt's Rise of the Novel within the Tradition of the Rise of the Novel" (253-76); Robert Mayer, "Did You Say Middle Class ? The Question of Taste and the Rise of the Novel" (277-307); J.A. Downie, "Mary Davys's 'Probable Feign'd Stories' and Critical Shibboleths about 'The Rise of the Novel'" (309-26); John Richetti, "Ideas and Voices: The New Novel in Eighteenth-Century England" (327-44); Deidre Lynch, "Personal Effects and Sentimental Fictions" (345-68); Everett Zimmerman, "Personal Identity, Narrative, and History: The Female Quixote and Redgauntlet" (369-90); William Beatty Warner, "Staging Readers Reading" (391-416, ill.); JanetTodd, "Fatal Fluency: Behn's Fiction and the Restoration Letter" (417-34); Margaret Anne Doody, "Shandyism, Or, the Novel in Its Assy Shape: African Apuleius, The Golden Ass, and Prose Fiction" (435-57); Robert Folkenflik, "The New Model Eighteenth-Century Novel" ( 459-78); Lennard J. Davis, "Reconsidering Origins: How Novel Are Theories of the Novel ?" (479-99).

AKENSIDE

Dix, Robin. "The pleasures of speculation: scholarly methodology in eighteenth-century literary studies." British Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies, 23 (Spring 2000): 85-103 [the case of Mark Akenside, tracing evidence for speculations on his attitude to his humble origins and his possible homosexuality].

AUSTEN

* Austen, Jane.  A Celebration.  Ed. Maggie Lane & David Selwyn.  Manchester: Fyfield/Carcanet/Jane Austen Society/Chawton House Library, 2000.  96 pp.  ISBN 1-85754-457-9

* Austen, Jane.  Evelyn.  Edmonton: Juvenilia Press, 1999.  xxiii, 38 pp., ill. Ed. Peter Sabor et al. ISBN: 0-9681961-2-8.

Delany, Paul. "'A Sort of Notch in the Donwell Estate': Intersections of Status and Class in Emma." Eighteenth Century Fiction, 12, 4 (July 2000): 533-48.

Goubert, Pierre. «Le regard de la femme dans les romans de Jane Austen», article électronique, Cercles. Revue pluridisciplinaire du monde anglophone, 1, 1 (2000).  ISSN: 1292-8968.  Localisation (Adobe Acrobat): http://www.cercles.com/vol1_n1/goubert.pdf  

[see also title by Spacks listed under England - Literature - Burney]

BEHN

Burrows, John, & Harold Love. "Did Aphra Behn Write 'Cesar's Ghost'?" in The Culture of the Book: Essays from Two Hemispheres in Honour of Walter Kirsop (Melbourne: Bibliographical Society of Australia and New Zealand, 1999).  [edited text, contextual and stylometric evidence supplementing Mary Ann O'Donnell's identification of Behn's hand in Bodleian MS Firth c16, maintaining Behn wrote this lampoon of "senior officals of the army of James II from a loyalist perspective."]

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

 BLAKE

Bentley, G. E., Jr. (with the assistance of Keiko Aoyama for Japanese publications). "William Blake and His Circle: A Checklist of Publications and Discoveries in 1998." Blake: An Illustrated Quarterly, 32 (1999): 114-48.

BROOKE

[see title by Prescott & Spencer listed under England - Literature]

BUNYAN

[see title by Sim & Warner listed under History of Religion - Christianity - Protestant]

BURNEY

Justice, George. "Frances Burney's Revision of Camilla." Notes and Queries, n.s. 46, (1999): 368-69.

Spacks, Patricia Meyer. "Privacy, Dissimulation, and Propriety: Frances Burney and Jane Austen", Eighteenth Century Fiction, 12, 4 (July 2000): 515-32.

CHARKE

Fields, Polly S. "Charlotte Charke and the Liminality of Bi-Gendering: A Study of the Canonical Works," in Sigrid King (ed.), A Pilgrimage for Love: New Essays in Early Modern Literature (Tempe, AR: Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies [MRTS, 213], 2000), pp. 221-39.

CIBBER

Szilagyi, Stephen. "The Importance of Being Easy: Desire and Cibber's The Careless Husband." Texas Studies in Literature and Language, 41, 2 (1999): 142-59.

CLELAND

Sabor, Peter. "From Sexual Liberation to Gender Trouble: Reading Memoirs of a Woman of Pleasure from the 1960s to the 1990s." Eighteenth-Century Studies, 33, 4 (Summer 2000): 561-78 [review essay].

COMBE

Spearing, Elizabeth.  "Dr. Syntax's dream: the Battle of the books."  Intellectual News, 6-7 (Winter 2000): 37-41 [a selection (canto 25) with annotations, under the heading "Department of Serious Fun"].

CONGREVE

McKenzie, D. F. "William Congreve in Dutch (1695) and his Travels Abroad (1700)." The Library, 6th ser., 21 (1999): 67-70.

DEFOE

Furbank, P.N. and W.R. Owens. "Defoe, the De La Faye letters and Mercurius politicus." British Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies, 23 (Spring 2000): 13-19.

DRYDEN

Hammond, Paul. "A Song Attributed to Dryden." The Library, 6th ser., 21 (1999): 59-66 [transcribes & discusses Bodleian manuscript MS Firth e.6, Fol. 60, with the heading "Song. By Mr. Dryden; in the Person of my Lord Salisbury."]

[see also title by Berkhout listed under England - Literature - Rochester]

FIELDING, HENRY

Amory, Hugh. "Fielding's Latin Poem: A Correction." Notes and Queries, n.s. 46, (1999): 356-58 [Journey from This World to the Next].

[see also title by Pitcher listed under Bibliography]

GIBBON

Breeze, Andrew. "Gibbon's Memoirs and Queenborough Castle, Kent." Notes and Queries, n.s. 46 (1999): 364-65.

GODWIN

* Graham, Kenneth W. William Godwin Reviewed: A Reception History 1783-1834. New York: AMS Press, 2000. xiv, 607 pp.

GRAY

* Mack, Robert L. Thomas Gray. Yale University Press, November 2000. 578 pp. ISBN 0-300-08499-4

HAYWOOD

* Selected Works of Eliza Haywood. Set I, vol. 1: Miscellaneous Writings, 1725-1743, ed. Alexander Pettit. Pickering & Chatto, 2000. lxxxii, 288pp. [Christine Blouch, "Eliza Haywood" (biographical introduction); The Tea-Table (1725); The Tea-Table ... Part the Second (1726); Reflections on the Various Effects of Love (1726); Love-Letters on All Occasions (1730); A Present for a Servant-Maid (1743)].
    Set I, vol. 2: Epistles for the Ladies, ed. Christine Blouch and Alexander Pettit. Pickering & Chatto, 2000 xi, 480pp. [Epistles for the Ladies, vol. 1 (1749); Epistles for the Ladies, vol. 2 (1750)].
    Set I, vol. 3: "The Wife," "The Husband," and "The Young Lady," ed. Alexander Pettit and Margo Collins. Pickering & Chatto, 2000. xii, 339 pp. [The Wife (1755); The Husband (1756); The Young Lady (1756)].
    ISBN (3 vols). 1-85196-528-9.

[see also title by Prescott & Spencer listed under England - Literature]

 JOHNSON

Ferrero, Bonnie. "Alexander Chalmers and the Canon of Samuel Johnson." British Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies, 22 (1999): 173-86.

* Fleeman, J. D. A Bibliography of the Works of Samuel Johnson, 1709-1784. Vol. 1: 1731-1759.  Oxford: Clarendon, 1999. 688 pp.; Vol. 2: 1759-1787.  Oxford: Clarendon, 2000. 864 pp.

* Wechselblatt, Martin. Bad behavior: Samuel Johnson and modern cultural authority. London: Associated University Presses, 1998. ISBN: 0-8387-5329-9.

LILLO

Fields, Polly S. "George Lillo and the Victims of Economic Theory." Studies in the Literary Imagination , 32, 2 (Autumn 1999): 77-88.

MILTON

* Dobranski, Stephen B. Milton, Authorship, and the Book Trade. Cambridge University Press, 1999. xiii, 245 pp., ill.

Shawcross, John T. "Commercialism: Early Editors of Milton and Their Publishers." Milton Quarterly, 33, 3 (1999): 61-66.

RADCLIFFE

MacKenzie, Scott. "Ann Radcliffe's Gothic Narrative and the Readers at Home." Studies in the Novel, 31 (1999): 409-31.

RICHARDSON

Austin, Michael. "Lincolnshire Babylon: Competing Typologies in Pamela's 137th Psalm." Eighteenth Century Fiction, 12, 4 (July 2000): 501-14.

ROBINSON

Mellor, Anne K., «Mary Robinson and the Scripts of Female Sexuality», dans Patrick Coleman, Jayne Lewis et Jill Kowalik (édit.), Representations of the Self from the Renaissance to Romanticism (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2000), pp. 230-259. Ill. ISBN: 0 521 66146 3.

ROCHESTER

Berkhout, Carl T. "Rochester on Dryden: Another Manuscript of A Satyre against Reason and Mankind." Restoration, 24 (2000): 11-14. [early MS of ll. 60-111 from the University of Arizona copy of Dryden's The Last Emperour, 1670; "partial witness to the text in British Library MS. Sloane 1458 "]

Ellis, Frank H., & David F. Severs. "NYCRO  ZK9785, a New Rochester Manuscript." Restoration, 25 (1999): 71-75, ill. [Re: 4 poems in North Yorkshire County Record Office MS.,concluding Etherege is the more likely author of "Seising of 12 Dildos" & Rochester the likely author of "Dialogue."]

Saslow, Edward L. "A 'New' Epilogue by Rochester." Restoration, 23 (1999): 1-9 [verses from Rochester holograph published by Vivian de Sola Pinto as "Draft of a Satire on Men" is a "complete epilogue" for a 1672 all-female performance].

SHAKESPEARE

George, David. "Eighteenth-Century Editors, Critics, and Performers of Coriolanus." Analytical and Enumerative Bibliography, n.s. 10 (1999): 63-71.

* Kahan, Jeffrey. Reforging Shakespeare: The Story of a Theatrical Scandal. Bethlehem, PA: Lehigh University Press; London: Associated University Presses, 1998. 272 pp.

* Kolb, Sabine.  Wielands Shakespeare-Übersetzung: Ihre Enstehung und ihre Rezeption im Sturm und Drang.  Frankfurt am Main &c.: Peter Lang, 2000.  ISBN 3-631-35968-3

[see titles by George and by West listed under Bibliography &c.]

SMOLLETT

Puel, Marc. «La ville et le luxe dans Humphry Clinker», article électronique, Cercles. Revue pluridisciplinaire du monde anglophone, 1, 1 (2000).ISSN: 1292-8968  Localisation (Adobe Acrobat pdf file): http://www.cercles.com/vol1_n1/puel.pdf

STERNE

* Hardin, Michael.  Playing the Reader: The Homoerotics of Self-Reflexive Fiction.  New York &c.: Peter Lang (Sexuality and Literature, 8), 2000.  157 pp.  ISBN 0-8204-4408-1 [maintains a strong homoerotic metanarrative exists despite the heterosexual relationships at the narrative level of select novels; includes discussion of Tristram Shandy].

WORTLEY MONTAGU

Shaw, Jane. "Gender and the 'Nature' of Religion: Lady Mary Wortley Montagu's Embassy Letters and Their Place in Enlightenment Philosophy of Religion." Bulletin of the John Rylands University Library of Manchester, 80, no. 3 (Autumn, 1998), 129-45.

WOLLSTONECRAFT

* Windle, John. Mary Wollstonecraft Godwin, 1759-1797. Expanded 2nd ed. New Castle, DE: Oak Knoll Press, 2000. 90 pp., ill.

 

EUROPEAN HISTORY

Guerra, L.  "Scandinavia 1795. Rapporto dai confini d'Europa." Studi Settecenteschi, 15 (1995): 281-330.

 

FICTION, DRAMA, & POETRY
WITH (WE THINK)
AN 18TH-CENTURY HISTORICAL SETTING

* Adahazzi, Federico.  The Merciful Women.  Tr. Alberto Manguel.  London: Doubleday, 2000.  188 pp.  ISBN: 0-385-6-0053-4 -- and see review by Mick Imlah, "White mischief," TLS, 5006 (May 5, 2000): 21 [alternative fictional account of Polidori's authorship & association with Mary Shelley, Byron, &c].

* Bail, Micheline.  l'Esclave.  Montréal: Libre expression, 1999.  400 pp.  [Roman qui se déroule au XVIIIe siècle.]

* Bradbury, Malcolm.  To the Hermitage.  Picador, 2000.  489 pp.  ISBN 0-330-37622-4 -- and see review by David Coward, "Postmortemism: Diderot -- and Malcolm Bradbury -- in St Petersburg," TLS 5068 (May 19, 2000): 22.

 * Brantôme, Marie. le Galant Exil du marquis de Boufflers. Paris: Flammarion, 2000. 288 pp. [Roman qui se déroule au XVIIIe siècle.]

* Breton, Yves.  les Chasseurs de continents. La Vérendrye et fils.  Vanier: l'Interligne, 1999.  148 pp. [Roman qui se déroule au XVIIIe siècle.]

* Desprat, Jean-Paul.  les Enfarinés.  Rodez: Éditions du Rouergue, 2000.  360 pp.  [Roman qui se déroule au XVIIIe siècle.] ISBN: 2 84156 233 6.

* Liss, David.  A Conspiracy of Paper: A Novel.  Random House, 2000. 442 pp.  ISBN: 0-375-50292-0 [see reviews and information and a pretty impressively high sales figure at Amazon.com: http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0375502920/qid=962331375/sr=1-2/103-1771861-8303040 

* Murph, Roxane C. The English Civil War through the Restoration in Fiction: An Annotated Bibliography, 1625-1999. Westport, CT: Greenwood (Bibliographies and Indexes in World History, 49) , 2000. 360 pp.

Vissière, Jean-Louis. «Denis et les détectives». Recherches sur Diderot et sur l'Encyclopédie, 28 (avril 2000): 164-165. [Sur des romans policiers mettant Diderot en scène.]

* Weiss, Peter.  Marat-Sade.  Paris: l'Arche, 2000.  160 pp. Traduction de Jean Baudrillard. ISBN: 2-85181-464-8.

* Zweig, Arnold.  Sortilèges à Palerme, Paris: Desjonquères (coll. «Littérature allemande»), 1999.  128 pp. Traduction de Jacques Legrand. Roman qui se déroule au XVIIIe siècle. ISBN: 2 84 321023 2.

 

FRANCE - HISTORY

* L'Affiche en révolution.  Vizille: Musée de la Révolution française, 1998 (catalogue of an exhibition at the Musée de la Révolution française, 3 July - 21 September 1998).

Alimento, A.  "Un gioco di scacchi? Aspetti e problemi di storia politica della Francia pre-rivoluzionaria."  Rivista Storica Italiana, 110, 2 (1998): 529-72 [politics in pre-revolutionary France].

* Barbiche, Bernard, les Institutions de la monarchie française à l'époque moderne, XVIe-XVIIIe siècle.  Paris: Presses universitaires de France (coll. «Premier cycle»), 1999.  448 pp. ISBN: 2 13 048195 7.

* Beyerlé, Jean-Pierre Louis. De Conventu generali Latomorum. Paris: Libris éditions (coll. «Acta Latomorum»), 1997. lxv, 256 pp. Préfacé par M. Mirabel. Reprint du texte de 1782.

Blanquie, C. «Dans la main du Grand Maître, les offices de la maison du roi, 1643-1720». Histoire et mesure, 13, 3-4 (1998).

* Bodineau, Pierre, et Michel Verpeaux. Histoire constitutionnelle de la France. Paris: Presses universitaires de France (coll. «Que sais-je ?», 3547), 2000. ISBN: 2-13-050588-0.

Cassina, C.  "L'obsession interminable. La révolution française dans la littérature ultra-royaliste au début de la Restauration."  Storia della storiografia, 27 (1995): 17-37.

Cave, Christophe, et Denis Reynaud. "L'anne 1748 dans la Gazette de France," dans C. Volpilhac-Auger and C. Larrère (édit.), 1748, l'anne de l'Esprit des lois (Paris: Champion, 1999), pp. 19-30.

* Ciotti, Claire. Saint-Just.  Nouvelles éditions Debresse, 1991.

* Combeau, Yvan.  Histoire de Paris.  Paris: Presses universitaires de France (coll. «Que sais-je ?», 34), 1999. ISBN: 2-13-049811-6.

* Cook, Malcolm, et Annie Jourdan (édit.). Journalisme et fiction au 18e siècle.  New York and Paris: P. Lang (French Studies of the 18th and 19th Centuries, 1), 1999.  241 pp.  [Claude Labrosse, "Journaux et fictions au XVIIIe siècle: Introduction"; Jacques Wagner "La fiction et les genres sentimentaux dans le Journal encyclopédique entre 1756 et 1786"; Simon Davies, "Fiction française et presse anglaise--quelques réflexions"; Anne Charlton "La classification journalistique de l'utopie narrative, 1760-1795"; Judith K. Proud "La fiction devant la révolution: La témoignage de L'Esprit des journaux"; Yannick Séité, "Le 'Roman Hebdomadaire,' fiction et information dans la gazette au XVIIIe siècle"; Eric Francalanza, "La représentation de la réalité littéraire dans la Gazette littéraire de l'Europe (1764-1766)"; Denis Reynaud, "Violence et passion: Les 'variétés' de la Gazette des Deux-Ponts"; Anne Marie Mercier-Faivre, "Dans les marges du vrai: La fiction à l'oeuvre dans la Gazette de Leyde de 1775"; D. J. Culpin, "Journalisme et fiction dans Le Spectateur français de Marivaux"; Ling-Ling Sheu, "Réalisme et imaginaire dans les Lettres sur les habitants de Paris de Marivaux"; Geraldine Sheridan, "Voyage d'un jésuite dans la Romancie: Père Bougeant journaliste et la fiction romanesque"; Richard A. Francis, "L'Angleterre comme sujet de narration chez l'abbé Prévost, romancier et journaliste"; Suzan Van Dijk, "Fictions revues et corrigées: Marie-Jeanne Riccoboni en face de la critique contemporaine"; Catherine Spry, "Rétif devant la presse"; Malcolm Cook, "La réception de Paul et Virginie dans la presse contemporaine"; Marie-Emmanuelle Plagnol-Diéval's "La Presse contemporaine et l'oeuvre romanesque de Madame de Genlis"; André Tissier, "En 1791, sur les pas de Rousseau, une ci-devant noble cherche un Emile pour sa fille, dans les avis divers du Journal général de France (dit Petites Affiches)"; et Anne Jourdan, "Le journaliste Robespierre: fictions politiques."

* Damien, André.  l'Institut de France.  Paris: Presses universitaires de France (coll. «Que sais-je?», 3454), 1999. ISBN: 2 13 049479 7.

Di Rienzo, E.  "Giustizia e lotta politica in Francia nei manoscritti di Marc-Antoine Jullien de Paris (1794-96)."  Studi Storici, 39, 3 (1998): 645-674.

Di Rienzo, E.  "Nascita di una nazione. La missione in Vandea e in Bretagna di Marc-Antoine Jullien de Paris."  Rivista Storica Italiana, 110, 2 (1998): 411-462.

* Dziembowski, Edmond. Un nouveau patriotisme français, 1750-1770. La France face à la puissance anglaise à l'époque de la guerre de Sept Ans. Oxford: Voltaire Foundation, 1999. ISBN 0-7294-0623-7.

* Gérard, Alain.  "Par Principe d'Humanité": La Terreur et la Vendée.  Paris: Fayard, 2000.  589 pp.  ISBN 2-213-60399-5 and see review by Robert Gildea, "A lethal torrent," TLS 5068 (May 19, 2000): 13.

* Gueniffey, Patrice.  La Politique de la Terreur: Essai sur la violence révolutionnaire 1789-1794.  Paris: Fayard, 2000.  376 pp.  ISBN 2-213-60575-0 -- and see review by Robert Gildea, "A lethal torrent," TLS 5068 (May 19, 2000): 13.

* Hardman, John (ed.). The French Revolution Sourcebook. London: Arnold, 1999.  xvii, 261 pp.

* Hardman, John and Munro Price, ed. Louis XVI and the comte de Vergennes: correspondence 1774-1787. Oxford: Voltaire Foundation, 1998. ISBN 0-7294-0572-9.

 Histoire de France. Paris: Encyclopaedia Universalis, Réunion des musées nationaux et Montparnasse Multimédia, 1999. Cédérom.

* Invention et réinvention de la citoyenneté. Actes du Colloque international, Université de Pau et des pays de l'Adour, 9-11 décembre 1998.  Éditions Joèlle Sampy, 1999.

* Julliard, Jacques (édit.).  la Mort du roi. Autour de François Mitterand. Essai d'ethnographie politique comparée. Paris: Gallimard (coll. «La suite des temps»), 1999.  368 pp. ISBN: 2-07-075629-7.

Kavanagh, Thomas. "The Libertine's Bluff: Cards and Culture in Eighteenth-Century France." Eighteenth-Century Studies, 33, 4 (Summer 2000): 505-22.

* Lemaire, Jean-François.  les Blessés dans les armées napoléoniennes.  Lettrage distribution, 1999.

Luzzatto, S. "Il bacio di Grégoire. La 'rigenerazione' degli ebrei nella Francia del 1789." Studi Settecenteschi, 17, 1997, 265-286.

* Maza, Sarah.  Vies privées, affaires publiques. Les causes célèbres de la France prérévolutionnaire.  Paris: Fayard, 1997.

* Métayer, Christine. Au tombeau des secrets. Les écrivains publics du Paris populaire. Cimetière des Saints-Innocents XVIIe-XVIIIe siècle. Paris: Albin Michel (coll. «Bibliothèque histoire»), 2000. 480 pp.

Minerbi, M.  "Condorcet di fronte alla caduta della monarchia." Studi Settecenteschi, 18, 1998, 179-214.

Minuti, R., "La 'tirannia delle leggi'. Note sul Giappone di Montesquieu." Studi Settecenteschi, 17, 1997, 83-110.

Payen, Philippe. la Physiologie de l'arrêt de règlement du Parlement de Paris au XVIIIe siècle. Paris: Presses universitaires de France (coll. «Publications de l'Université de Picardie, Centre d'histoire du droit et de recherches internormatives»), 1999. 504 pp. Avant-propos de Jean Imbert. ISBN: 2 13 049467 6.

* Poulot, Dominique.  les Lumières, Paris: Presses universitaires de France (coll. «Premier cycle»), 2000.  416 pp. ISBN: 2 13 048228 7.

* Robert, Adolphe, Edgar Bourloton et Gaston Cougny.  Dictionnaire des parlementaires français [...]. Genève: Slatkine reprints, 2000.  5 vols., 3325 pp. Réimpression de l'édition de Paris: 1889-1892. Période couverte: 1789-1889. ISBN: 2-05-101711-5.

* Robert, Maurice.  les Artisans et les métiers, Paris: Presses universitaires de France, coll. «Que sais-je ?», 1778, 1999. ISBN: 2 13 049501 X.

* Roche, Daniel (édit.).  la Ville promise. Mobilité et accueil à Paris (fin XVIIe-début XIXe siècles). Paris: Fayard, 2000.  440 p.

* Schillinger, Jean. Les pamphlétaires allemands et la France de Louis XIV.  Bern, New York, and Paris: Peter Lang (Series 2: Gallo-germanica, 27), 1999. xi, 720 pp.

* Swenson, James, On Jean-Jacques Rousseau Considered as One of the First Authors of the Revolution.Stanford University Press (coll. «Atopia»). 2000.  264 pp. ISBN: 0-8047-3555-7 (cloth); 0-8047-3864-5 (paper).

* Wagner, Jacques (ed.). Journalisme et religion. New York: Peter Lang (Eighteenth-Century French Intellectural History, 6) , xviii, 413 pp.

[see also titles by Vincent listed under History of Architecture; by Rao listed under Political Thought].

 

FRANCE - LITERATURE

Anonyme. «Bibliographie». Textuel, 24 (juin 1992): 197-200. Sur «La lettre d'amour». Revue de l'U.F.R. «Science des textes et documents» publiée avec le concours du Conseil scientifique de l'Université Paris 7. ISSN: 0766-4451.

Anonyme. «Florilège». Textuel, 24 (juin 1992): 187-196. Sur «La lettre d'amour». Revue de l'U.F.R. «Science des textes et documents» publiée avec le concours du Conseil scientifique de l'Université Paris 7. ISSN: 0766-4451.

* Ansart, Guillaume.  Réflexion utopique et pratique romanesque au siècle des lumieres: Prévost, Rousseau, Sade.  Paris: Lettres modernes Minard, 1999.

* Anthologie de la poésie française. Paris: Gallimard (coll. «Bibliothèque de la pléiade», 2000.  2 vol., 1604 et 1654 pp.  Vol. I: Moyen Âge (éd. de Gérard Gros), XVIe siècle (éd. de Daniel Ménager), XVIIe siècle (éd. de Jean-Pierre Chauveau). Vol. II: XVIIIe siècle (éd. de Catriona Seth), XIXe siècle (éd. de Martine Bercot), XXe siècle (éd. de Michel Collot).

Béhar, Henri, Michel Bernard, et Jean-Pierre Goldenstein.  «La Banque de données d'histoire littéraire. Principes, pédagogie, perspectives».  Texte, 12 (1992): 219-258. ISSN: 0715-8920; ISBN: 0-920615-34-1.

Berthiaume, Pierre, en collaboration avec Danielle Forget. «Entre la polémique et le littéraire: le baron de Lahontan», The Canadian Journal of Rhetorical Studies / la Revue canadienne d'études rhétoriques, 9 (septembre 1998): 73-96.

«Bibliographie». Textuel, 27 (février 1994): 203-206. Sur la lettre à l'écrivain. Revue de l'U.F.R. «Science des textes et documents» publiée avec le concours du Conseil scientifique de l'Université Paris 7-Denis Diderot. ISSN: 0766-4451.

* Boilleau, Anne-Marie. Liaison et liaisons dans les lettres de Diderot à Sophie Volland. Paris: Honoré Champion, 1999. 560 pp.

Brown, Penny. «Rational Fairies and the Pursuit of Virtue: Didactic Strategies in Early French Children's Literature». SVEC, 5 (2000). ISBN: 0- 7294- 0734- 9.

Buffat, Marc. «Les Lettres à Sophie Volland. Relation amoureuse et relation épistolaire», Textuel, 24 (juin 1992): 33-45. Revue de l'U.F.R. «Science des textes et documents» publiée avec le concours du Conseil scientifique de l'Université Paris 7. ISSN: 0766-4451.

* Cook, Malcolm et Marie-Emmanuelle Plagnol-Diéval (édit.).  Anecdotes, faits-divers, contes, nouvelles, 1700-1820. Actes du colloque d'Exeter de 1998.  Berne: Peter Lang (coll. «French Studies of the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries», 5), 2000.  302 pp.

* Corbin, Alain.  le Monde retrouvé de Louis-François Pinagot. Sur les traces d'un inconnu. 1798-1876. Paris: Flammarion, 1998.

Damisch, Hubert.  «Robinsonnades I: The Allegory».  October, 85 (été 1998): 19-27, ill. Traduction de Rosalind Krauss. ISSN: 0162-2870.

Damisch, Hubert.  «Robinsonnades II: The Real Robinson». October, 85 (été 1998): 29-40, ill. Traduction de Rosalind Krauss. ISSN: 0162-2870.

de Dobay Rifelj, Carol. «Cheveux épars: Hair, Suffering and Eroticism in the French Novel». SVEC, 5 (2000). ISBN: 0-7294-0734-9.

Diaz, José-Luis. «"Cher auteur..."». Textuel, 27 (février 1994): ix-xxi. Revue de l'U.F.R. «Science des textes et documents» publiée avec le concours du Conseil scientifique de l'Université Paris 7-Denis Diderot. ISSN: 0766-4451.

Dionne, Ugo. «Diviser pour régner. Découpage et chapitration romanesque». Poétique, 118, avril 1999, p. 131-155.

Dionne, Ugo. «Points de chute, points de fuite. Rupture chapitrale et ponctuation». la Licorne, 152 (printemps 2000): 261-86.

* Fort, Bernadette (édit.). Les Salons des Mémoires secrets. Paris: École nationale supérieure des beaux-arts, 1999.  381 pp.

Gailliard, Michel. «Le fragment comme genre». Poétique, 120, novembre 1999, pp. 387-402. ISBN: 2-02-038051-X.

Goulbourne, Russell. «The Eighteenth-Century "querelle des vers" and Jean Du Castre d'Auvigny's la Tragédie en prose». SVEC, 5 (2000). ISBN: 0-7294-0734-9.

Goulemot, Jean M.. «Séduction et jeux des corps: récit libertin et roman pornographique». dans D. Jiménez et Jean-Christophe Abramovici (édit.), Éros volubile. Les métamorphoses de l'amour du Moyen Âge aux Lumières, Paris: Desjonquères, 2000, pp. 219-230.

Grassi, Marie-Claire. «Lettres d'amour en archives. XVIIIe-XIXe siècle». Textuel, 24 (juin 1992): 47-55. Revue de l'U.F.R. «Science des textes et documents» publiée avec le concours du Conseil scientifique de l'Université Paris 7. ISSN: 0766-4451.

* Hamon, Philippe, et Denis Roger-Vasselin (édit.).  le Robert des grands écrivains de langue française.  Paris: Éditions Dictionnaire le Robert, 1999.  1522 pp.  [Dictionnaire de 150 auteurs.]

Lafarge, Catherine. «Le corps d'Ursule», dans Corps/Décors: métaphores, parodies, orgies, volume in honor of Lucienne Frappier-Mazur.  Amsterdam et Atlanta: Rodopi, 1999), pp. 95-108.

Laplace, Roselyne. «Autour de la création d'Irène». SVEC, 5 (2000). 

* Laquerre, Raymond-Louis et Patrick Poirier.  Études françaises. Index 1965-2000.  Montréal: Presses de l'Université de Montréal, 1999/  144 pp. ISBN: 2-7606-2339-4.  Disponible sur Internet: http://www.pum.umontreal.ca/revues/etudes_francaises/index_rech.html 

Léger, Benoît. «Une Fleur des païs étrangers: Desfontaines traducteur au XVIIIe». Montréal, Université McGill, thèse de doctorat, août 1999, lvii/351 pp. Dir.: Chantal Bouchard et Paul St-Pierre.

Le Huenen, Roland, «Du voyage et du littéraire».  Texte, 12 (1992): 111-121. ISSN: 0715-8920; ISBN: 0-920615-34-1.

* Maistre, Xavier de.  Voyage autour de ma chambre.  Paris: Éditions Mille et une nuits (coll. «Mille et une nuits», 277), 2000.  85 pp. Postface de Joèl Gayraud. ISBN: 2-84205-476-8.

Mall, Laurence. «D'Homère à Fénelon à Rousseau: les problèmes du modèle dans le livre V d'Émile». Studi Francesi, 127 (janvier-avril 1999): 30-43.

Masseau, Didier. «Le roman à la veille de la Révolution. Formes narratives et pratiques de lecture»: Tours, Université François-Rabelais, thèse de doctorat, 1992.  Dir.: Jean M. Goulemot.

Melançon, Benoît.  «Letters, Diary, and Autobiography in Eighteenth-Century France», dans Patrick Coleman, Jayne Lewis et Jill Kowalik (édit.), Representations of the Self from the Renaissance to Romanticism (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2000), pp. 151-170. ISBN: 0 521 66146 3.

* Meslier.  Mémoire.  Exils, 2000.  134 pp. Préface d'Armand Farrachi.

Pasini, M., "Jean-Jaques Dortous de Mairan e Madame du Châtelet: frammenti di una querelle." Studi Settecenteschi, 17, 1997, 63-82.

Phillips, Henry. "Sacred Text and Sacred Image: France in the Seventeenth Century." Bulletin of the John Rylands University Libraryof Manchester, 81, 3 (Autumn 1999): 299-320.

* Saint-Simon.  Memoirs.  Ed., tr. by Lucy Norton.  Prion, 2000. Volume One: 1691-1710.  525 pp.  ISBN 1-85375-352-1; Volume Two: 1710-1715.  525 pp.  ISBN 1-85375-353-X; Volume Three: 1715-1723. 522 pp. ISBN 1-85375-354-8 -- and se review by Maya Slater, "Scarlet heels, sharp eyes," TLS, 5068 (May 19, 2000): 6.

* Sartori, Eva Martin, ed. The Feminist Encyclopedia of French Literature. Westport, CT: Greenwood, 1999. 648 pp.

* Sauvage, Emmanuelle. Répertoire des mémoires et thèses déposés au Département d'études françaises de l'Université de Montréal (1934-1999). Université de Montréal, Faculté des arts et des sciences, Département d'études françaises, Centre d'études québécoises (CÉTUQ) [coll. «Cahiers de recherche»,13], 2000 (édition révisée et augmentée). 112 pp. ISBN: 2-922506-03-7.

Stanic, Milovan. "Pygmalion revolutionnaire." Revue d'esthetique, 17 (1990): 79-96 [discusses Regnault, David, Rousseau, sensualism, Kant, Young, Drouais]

Saint-Martin, Armelle. «Les Cent Vingt Journées de Sodome, ou les coulisses du pouvoir». SVEC, 5 (2000).

Schwarzbach, Bertram Eugene. "Miguel Benítez's La Face cachée des Lumières: Recherches sur les manuscrits philosophiques clandestins de l'âge classique." British Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies, 22 (1999): 207-12 [review essay].

* Weil, Françoise (édit.).  Livres interdits, livres persécutés 1720-1770. Oxford: Voltaire Foundation, 1999. 139 pp. [bibliography of over 600 foreign and domestic books whose sale was forbidden].

BACULARD

Piva, F. «Sulla strada del "noir": il "sombre" di Baculard d'Arnaud», dans Barbara Wojciechowska Bianco (édit.), Il «roman noir». Forme e significato. Antecedenti e posterità, (Genève, Slatkine, 1993), pp. 50-95.

BERNARDIN DE SAINT-PIERRE

* Bernardin de Saint-Pierre.  Paul et Virginie.  Paris: le Livre de poche (coll. «Le livre de poche classique»), 1999. Édition critique de Jean-Michel Racualt. Édition de 1789.

BEAUMARCHAIS

* Beaumarchais, Jean-Pierre de. «Les métamorphoses de Figaro». SVEC, 5 (2000).  ISBN: 0- 7294-0734- 9.

CHARRIÈRE

* Charrière, Isabelle de.  Sir Walter Finch et son fils William.  Paris: Desjonquères (coll. «XVIIIe siècle»), 1999.  Édition présentée, établie et annotée par Valérie Cossy.

DIDEROT ET LES ENCYCLOPEDISTES

Albertan, Christian et Anne-Marie Chouillet. «Autographes et documents». Recherches sur Diderot et sur l'Encyclopédie, 28 (avril 2000): 167-187.

Ansart, Guillaume. «Aspects of Rationality in Diderot's Supplément au voyage de Bougainville». Diderot Studies, 28 (2000): 11-19.

Audidière, Sophie.  «La Lettre sur les aveugles et l'éducation des sens».  Recherches sur Diderot et sur l'Encyclopédie, 28 (avril 2000): 67-82.

Benrekassa, Georges. «Mécanique et esthétique: mimesis et machines à rêver dans l'Encyclopédie», dans D. Gallingani et M. Tagliani (édit.), I sogni della conoscenza. Les rêves du savoir. Actes du séminaire de l'Université de Bologne - Paris 7-Diderot (Bologna, 1998), Firenze (CET, 2000).

* Benrekassa, Georges, Marc Buffat et Pierre Chartier (édit.). Études sur «le Neveu de Rameau» et le «Paradoxe sur le comédien» de Denis Diderot. Actes du Colloque organisé à l'Université Paris VII les 15 et 16 novembre 1991, Cahiers Textuel, 11, 1992. 140 pp. Revue de l'U.F.R. «Science des textes et documents» publiée avec le concours du Conseil scientifique de l'Université Paris VII. ISSN: 0766-446X.

Bourdin, Jean-Claude.  «L'incrustation du Neveu de Rameau dans la Phénoménologie de l'esprit».  Littérature et nation, 21 (1999): 119s. [Revue d'histoire des représentations littéraires et artistiques publiée par l'Université François-Rabelais de Tours. ISSN: 1146-2698.]

Bourdin, Jean-Claude. «Le matérialisme dans la Lettre sur les aveugles».  Recherches sur Diderot et sur l'Encyclopédie, 28 (avril 2000): 83-96.

Brot, Muriel.  «La correspondance de Raynal». Recherches sur Diderot et sur l'Encyclopédie, 28 (avril 2000): 135-149.

Charrak, André. «Géométrie et métaphysique dans la Lettre sur les aveugles de Diderot». Recherches sur Diderot et sur l'Encyclopédie, 28 (avril 2000): 43-53.

Chartier, Pierre. «Présentation». Recherches sur Diderot et sur l'Encyclopédie, 28 (avril 2000): 5.

Chouillet, Anne-Marie, et Laurent Loty. «Carnet bibliographique». Recherches sur Diderot et sur l'Encyclopédie, 28 (avril 2000): 189-191.

Crampe-Casnabet, Michèle. «Qu'appelle-t-on sentir?» Recherches sur Diderot et sur l'Encyclopédie, 28 (avril 2000): 55-66.

Darnton, Robert. «Introduction».  Recherches sur Diderot et sur l'Encyclopédie, 12 (avril 1992): p. 21-23. Introduction au dossier «Les métamorphoses de l'Encyclopédie».

Desile, Patrick. "Illuminations et feux d'artifice." Revue d'esthetique,  28 (1997): 53-64 [reviews D'Alembert's Encyclopedie 1756, 1765, manuals of pyrotechnics, and contemporary perception of fireworks].

* Diderot, Denis. Lettera sui ciechi per quelli che ci vedono. Firenze: La Nuova Italia, 1999. 138 pp. Édition de Mirella Brini Savorelli.

Duflo, Colas. «La fin du finalisme. Les deux natures: Holmes ou Saunderson». Recherches sur Diderot et sur l'Encyclopédie, 28 (avril 2000): 107-131.

Duflo, Colas. «Introduction». Recherches sur Diderot et sur l'Encyclopédie, 28 (avril 2000): 7-11.

Ehrard, Jean. «De Diderot à Pancoucke: deux pratiques de l'alphabet», dans Annie Becq (édit.), l'Encyclopédisme. Actes du Colloque de Caen (12-16 janvier 1987) (Paris: Aux amateurs de livres, 1991), pp. 234-252.

Geagea, Fida.  «Manifestations de la violence sacrée dans la Religieuse, de Diderot». Ottawa: Université d'Ottawa, mémoire de maîtrise, 1998. Dir.: Pierre Berthiaume.

* Groult, Martine.  D'Alembert et la mécanique de la vérité dans l'Encyclopédie.  Paris: Honoré Champion, 1999.  505 pp. Ill.

Ibrahim, Annie. «Une philosophie d'aveugle: la matière fait de l'esprit». Recherches sur Diderot et sur l'Encyclopédie, 28 (avril 2000): 97-106.

Junod, P. «Diderot et Goethe, un dialogue paradoxal». Revue germanique internationale, 13 (2000).

Le Ru, Véronique. «La Lettre sur les aveugles et le bâton de la raison». Recherches sur Diderot et sur l'Encyclopédie, 28 (avril 2000): 25-41.

* Leca-Tsiomis, Marie.  Écrire l'Encyclopédie. Diderot: de l'usage des dictionnaires à la grammaire philosophique.  Studies on Voltaire and the Eighteenth Century, 375, 1999, 500 pp.

Manca, S.  "Gli articoli di Nicolas-Antoine Boulanger per l'Encyclopédie."  Rivista Storica Italiana, 107, 3 (1995): 614-646.

Parmentier, Marc. «Le problème de Molyneux de Locke à Diderot». Recherches sur Diderot et sur l'Encyclopédie, 28 (avril 2000): 13-23.

Pedersen, Christian Bank. «Les traits de Diderot. La critique d'art en tableau». Poétique, 120 (novembre 1999): 427-57.

* Vallançon, François.  Diderot ou la guerre du feu.  l'Atelier de l'archer (coll. «Question de temps», 2000.  96 pp. ISBN: 2 84 548016 4.

Werner, Stephen. «A Comic Life: Diderot and le récit de vie», dans Patrick Coleman, Jayne Lewis et Jill Kowalik (édit.), Representations of the Self from the Renaissance to Romanticism (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2000), pp. 135-150. ISBN: 0 521 66146 3.

[see also tile by Podro listed under History of Art]

GENLIS

Navarro, Pascale, «La femme lettrée au 18e siècle: fiction et théorie chez S. de Genlis».  Montréal: Université McGill, mémoire de maîtrise, 1999, 90 p. Dir.: Diane Desrosiers-Bonin.

Robb, Bonnie Arden "Celistin/Celestine: Ambiguities of Identity chez Mme de Genlis." Eighteenth Century Fiction, 12, 4 (juillet 2000): 549-64.

GRAFFIGNY

Davies, Simon. «Lettres d'une Péruvienne 1977-1997: The Present State of Studies». SVEC, 5 (2000). ISBN: 0-7294-0734-9.

LACLOS

Cook, Malcolm. «Laclos: Two Unpublished Letters».  British Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies, 23 (2000): 37-42.

* Delon, Michel. P.-A. Choderlos de Laclos. Les liaisons dangereuses. Paris: Presses universitaires de France (coll. «Études littéraires», 13), 1999 (1986; 4e édition). 128 pp. ISBN: 2 13 044701 5.

* Laclos, Pierre Choderlos de. les Liaisons dangereuses.  Paris: Gallimard (coll. «Foliothèque»), 1997. Publié par Caroline Jacot-Grapa.

Lefere, R. «Les Liaisons dangereuses cinématographiées: modalités d'un retour au passé». Études sur le XVIIIe siècle, 22 (1994).

Quignard, Pascal. «La fin des Liaisons», dans la Haine de la musique (Paris: Calman-Lévy, 1996). Sur Laclos.

LA FONTAINE

Adams, David J. "Theme and Technique in the 'Oudry' Edition of La Fontaine's Fables." Bulletin of the John Rylands University Library of Manchester, 81, no. 3 (Autumn 1999), 361-84.

Nell, Sharon. «La Fontaine and Rococo Style: Metonymy, Immanence, and Euphemization in Les amours de Psyché et de Cupidon». Intertexts, 3, 1 (automne 1999): 57-84.

LESAGE

Assaf, Francis. «Structure de Beauchêne», dans Jacques Wagner (édit.), Lesage, écrivain (1695-1735) (Amsterdam et Atlanta: Rodopi [coll. «Faux titre», 128], 1997). ISBN: 90-420-0196-8; 90-420-0169-0.

Balcou, Jean. «Le contexte culturel en Bretagne en 1700», dans Jacques Wagner (édit.), Lesage, écrivain (1695-1735) (Amsterdam et Atlanta: Rodopi [coll. «Faux titre», 128], 1997). 

Berthiaume, Pierre. « Asmodée, François et les autres», dans Jacques Wagner (édit.), Lesage, écrivain (1695-1735) (Amsterdam et Atlanta: Rodopi [coll. «Faux titre», 128], 1997). 

Borius, Yves. «Avant-propos», dans Jacques Wagner (édit.), Lesage, écrivain (1695-1735) (Amsterdam et Atlanta: Rodopi [coll. «Faux titre», 128], 1997).

Bray, Bernard. «Les Lettres galantes d'Aristénète», dans Jacques Wagner (édit.), Lesage, écrivain (1695-1735) (Amsterdam et Atlanta: Rodopi [coll. «Faux titre», 128], 1997).

Campbell, Glen. «L'enchâssement dans Gil Blas», dans Jacques Wagner (édit.), Lesage, écrivain (1695-1735), (Amsterdam et Atlanta, Rodopi [coll. «Faux titre», 128], 1997), pp. 219-29. 

Cavillac, Cécile. «Les petits-maîtres et le valet-maître», dans Jacques Wagner (édit.), Lesage, écrivain (1695-1735) (Amsterdam et Atlanta: Rodopi [coll. «Faux titre», 128], 1997).

Chupeau, Jacques. «Les Gil Blas de la jeunesse», dans Jacques Wagner (édit.), Lesage, écrivain (1695-1735) (Amsterdam et Atlanta: Rodopi [coll. «Faux titre», 128], 1997).

Cormier, Jacques. «Plaidoyer pour I'Histoire de Guzman d'Alfarache», dans Jacques Wagner (édit.), Lesage, écrivain (1695-1735) (Amsterdam et Atlanta: Rodopi [coll. «Faux titre», 128], 1997).

Coulet, Henri. «Lesage romancier et le roman de son temps», dans Jacques Wagner (édit.), Lesage, écrivain (1695-1735) (Amsterdam et Atlanta: Rodopi [coll. «Faux titre», 128], 1997).

Debauve, Jean-Louis. «Nouvelles données biographiques parisiennes», dans Jacques Wagner (édit.), Lesage, écrivain (1695-1735) (Amsterdam et Atlanta: Rodopi [coll. «Faux titre», 128], 1997).

Deloffre, Frédéric. «Lesage et la Nouvelle-France», dans Jacques Wagner (édit.), Lesage, écrivain (1695-1735) (Amsterdam et Atlanta: Rodopi [coll. «Faux titre», 128], 1997).

Evans, M. G. «Lesage, l'amour et la foire», dans Jacques Wagner (édit.), Lesage, écrivain (1695-1735) (Amsterdam et Atlanta: Rodopi [coll. «Faux titre», 128], 1997).

Gevrey, Françoise. «Le Diable boiteux et la nouvelle en 1707», dans Jacques Wagner (édit.), Lesage, écrivain (1695-1735) (Amsterdam et Atlanta: Rodopi [coll. «Faux titre», 128], 1997).

Howells, Robin. «Lecture bakhtinienne de Gil Blas», dans Jacques Wagner (édit.), Lesage, écrivain (1695-1735) (Amsterdam et Atlanta: Rodopi [coll. «Faux titre», 128], 1997).

Margerit, O. «État présent des études sur Lesage. Lesage mis en lumières», dans Jacques Wagner (édit.), Lesage, écrivain (1695-1735) (Amsterdam et Atlanta: Rodopi [coll. «Faux titre», 128], 1997).

McKenna, Antony. «Lesage en 1715: l'évolution des idées morales», dans Jacques Wagner (édit.), Lesage, écrivain (1695-1735) (Amsterdam et Atlanta: Rodopi [coll. «Faux titre», 128], 1997).

Moraud, Yves. «Lesage ou l'homme qui rit jaune», dans Jacques Wagner (édit.), Lesage, écrivain (1695-1735) (Amsterdam et Atlanta: Rodopi [coll. «Faux titre», 128], 1997).

Pelckmans, Paul. «Vieillesses de Gil Blas», dans Jacques Wagner (édit.), Lesage, écrivain (1695-1735) (Amsterdam et Atlanta: Rodopi [coll. «Faux titre», 128], 1997).

Rubellin, Françoise. «Lesage parodiste», dans Jacques Wagner (édit.), Lesage, écrivain (1695-1735) (Amsterdam et Atlanta: Rodopi [coll. «Faux titre», 128], 1997).

Trott, David. «Deux visions du théâtre», dans Jacques Wagner (édit.), Lesage, écrivain (1695-1735) (Amsterdam et Atlanta: Rodopi [coll. «Faux titre», 128], 1997).

Wagner, Jacques. «Les gaîtés de Gil Blas», dans Jacques Wagner (édit.), Lesage, écrivain (1695-1735) (Amsterdam et Atlanta: Rodopi [coll. «Faux titre», 128], 1997).

Weil, Michèle. «La violence chez Challe et Lesage romanciers», dans Jacques Wagner (édit.), Lesage, écrivain (1695-1735) (Amsterdam et Atlanta: Rodopi [coll. «Faux titre», 128], 1997).

MARIVAUX

Grellet, Isabelle. «Les lettres d'amour dans le théâtre de Marivaux. Les jeux de l'amour et de la lettre». Textuel, 24 (juin 1992): 27-32. Revue de l'U.F.R. «Science des textes et documents» publiée avec le concours du Conseil scientifique de l'Université Paris 7. ISSN: 0766-4451.

Kruse, Caroline. «Les lettres d'amour dans le théâtre de Marivaux. Un objet brûlant». Textuel, 24 (juin 1992): 19-26. Revue de l'U.F.R. «Science des textes et documents» publiée avec le concours du Conseil scientifique de l'Université Paris 7. ISSN: 0766-4451.

Wyngaard, Amy. "Switching Codes: Class, Clothing, and Cultural Change in the Works of Marivaux and Watteau." Eighteenth-Century Studies, 33, 4 (Summer 2000): 523-42.

[see also title by Sermain listed under France - Literature - Prévost]

PRÉVOST

Ansart, Guillaume. «"Ancien" et "Moderne" dans Manon Lescaut et la Vie de Marianne». Revue d'histoire littéraire de la France, 99, 5 (septembre 1999): 989-1006.

Cronk, Nicholas, & Jenny Mander. "Delilah's Progress: The Illustrations of 'Manon Lescaut' in 1753 and 1928." Bulletin of the John Rylands University Libraryof Manchester, 81, 3 (Autumn 1999): 321-60.

Saint-Amand, Pierre. «Manon Lescaut ou le dé-ménagement». SVEC, 5 (2000).

* Sermain, Jean-Paul.  Rhétorique et roman au XVIIIe siècle. L'exemple de Prévost et de Marivaux, 1728-1742.  Oxford: Voltaire Foundation, 1999.  216 pp. ISBN: 0 72940 654 7.

Sheridan, Geraldine.  "Warring Translations: Prévost's Doyen de Killerine in the Irish Press."  Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 14 (1999): 99-116 [translations by Edward Exshaw and Thomas Bacon (both Dublim 1742), and ensuing disputes in bi-weekly newspapers].

PASCAL

* Pascal, Blaise.  Oeuvres Complètes II.  Ed. Michel Le Guern.  Paris: Gallimard, 2000.  1710 pp.  ISBN 2-07-011407-4 -- and see review by Nicholas Hammond, "Reading between the cracks: The deliberate disorder of Pascal's Pensées," TLS, 5068 (May 19, 2000): 7.

RAYNAL

Abbattista, G.  "La prima volta dell'Abate Raynal: L'Histoire du Stadhoudérat e il repubblicanesimo olandese."  Studi Settecenteschi, 17 (1997): 111-151.

Imbruglia, G., "Lo storico e l'opinione pubblica Raynal dalle 'Nouvelle littéraires' all'Histoire des deux Indes." Studi Settecenteschi, 17, 1997, 153-185

RÉTIF DE LA BRETONNE

* Cellard, Jacques. Un génie dévergondé. Nicolas-Edme Rétif, dit «de La Bretonne». Paris: Plon, 2000. 608 p.

Lafarge, Catherine. «Exemples de violence dans la Paysanne pervertie». Études rétiviennes, 31 (1999): 181-90.

RICCABONI

Kallel, Raoudha. «Les procédés dramatiques dans les romans épistolaires de madame Riccoboni». Halifax, Dalhousie University, mémoire de maîtrise, 1998. 140 pp. Dir.: Roland Bonnel.

ROUSSEAU

Baker, Felicity. «Portrait of the Object of Love in Rousseau's Confessions», dans Patrick Coleman, Jayne Lewis et Jill Kowalik (édit.), Representations of the Self from the Renaissance to Romanticism(Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2000), pp. 171-199. ISBN: 0 521 66146 3.

Brouard-Arends, I. «Soumission et indépendance: la dynamique intertextuelle de l'Émile dans Adèle et Théodore». Études Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 9 (1997).

Carbon-Dardon, B. «Les passions de Mme de Warens». Études Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 9 (1997).

* Feuchtwanger, Lion.  la Sagesse du fou ou Mort et transfiguration de Jean-Jacques Rousseau. Paris: Fayard, 1999 (1953). Traduction de Claude Porcell.

Galliani, R. «La signification politique d'Émile». Études Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 9 (1997).

Hager, F.-P. «Les études classiques d'Émile». Études Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 9 (1997).

Mall, L. «Scénarios de lecture dans Émile». Études Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 9 (1997).

Montier, Jean-Pierre. «Jacques le fataliste et le lecteur impertinent». Poétique, 119 (septembre 1999): 343-61.

Nieuwenhuis, Domela. «L'éducation libertaire». Études Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 9 (1997). Réédition du texte de 1900.

Plagnol, M.-E. «La mise en scène pédagogique: d'Émile aux théâtres d'éducation». Études Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 9 (1997).

Roorda, Henri. «L'école ou l'apprentissage de la docilité». Études Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 9 (1997). Réédition du texte de 1898.

Senior, N. «Rousseau et les livres scolaires sous la Révolution». Études Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 9 (1997).

Sierra, B. «Une évolution dans la philosophie de Rousseau». Études Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 9 (1997).

Soètard, M. «La révolution épistémologique de I'Émile». Études Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 9 (1997).

Urdanibia, J. «De Rousseau à Francisco Ferrer». Études Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 9 (1997).

Vargas, Y. «Toile d'araignée, femme d'intérieur». Études Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 9 (1997).

Villaverde, M.-J. «Rousseau-Diderot: I'antagonisme de deux visions du monde». Études Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 9 (1997).

Wacjman, C. «Du tyran au despote». Études Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 9 (1997).

SADE

Bennington, Geoffrey.  «Forget to Remember to Forget: Sade avec Kant».  Paragraph. A Journal of Modern Critical Theory, 23, 1 (mars 2000).

Brulotte, Gaètan. «Sade and Erotic Discourse». Paragraph. A Journal of Modern Critical Theory, 23, 1 (mars 2000). Traduction d'Olga Gomez, avec John Phillips.

Capaci, B. «Le inquietudini del sultano: l'interpretazione dei sogni da Formey a Casanova», dans D. Gallingani et M. Tagliani (édit.), I sogni della conoscenza. Les rêves du savoir. Actes du séminaire de l'Université de Bologne - Paris 7-Diderot (Bologna, 1998), Firenze (CET, 2000).

Coward, David. «Down with Sade?» Paragraph. A Journal of Modern Critical Theory, 23, 1 (mars 2000).

Cryle, Peter. «Beyond the Canonical Sade». Paragraph. A Journal of Modern Critical Theory, 23, 1 (mars 2000).

Delon, Michel. «Savoirs sadiens et rêves sadiques», dans D. Gallingani et M. Tagliani (édit.), I sogni della conoscenza. Les rêves du savoir. Actes du séminaire de l'Université de Bologne - Paris 7-Diderot (Bologna, 1998), Firenze (CET, 2000).

Edmiston, William F. «Plots, Patterns and Challenges to Gender Ideology in Gomez and Sade». The French Review, 73 (2000): 463-74.

Fink, Beatrice. «Sade Savouries in Peter Greenway's The Cook, the Thief, his Wife and her Lover». Paragraph. A Journal of Modern Critical Theory, 23, 1 (mars 2000).

Goulemot, Jean M. «Sadean Novels and Pornographic Novels: Narration, its Objectives and its Effects»/ Paragraph. A Journal of Modern Critical Theory, 23, 1 (mars 2000): 63-74. Traduction de Jonathan M. Weiss.

Harrison, Nicholas. «Reading Sade through Censorship». Paragraph. A Journal of Modern Critical Theory, 23, 1 (mars 2000).

Hayes, Julie Candler.  «Petrarch/Sade: Writing the Life», dans Patrick Coleman, Jayne Lewis et Jill Kowalik (édit.), Representations of the Self from the Renaissance to Romanticism (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2000), pp. 117-134. ISBN: 0 521 66146 3.

Kozul, Mladen. «Les fragments inédits du théâtre de Sade: la Ruse d'amour et la théâtralité sadienne». SVEC, 5 (2000). ISBN: 0-7294-0734-9.

Le Brun, Annie. «Sade or the First Theatre of Atheism». Paragraph. A Journal of Modern Critical Theory, 23, 1 (mars 2000).

Philips, John. «Sade and Self-Censorship». Paragraph. A Journal of Modern Critical Theory, 23, 1 (mars 2000).

Warman, Caroline. «The Jewels of Virtue: Sade's Claim to the Legacy of Materialism». Paragraph. A Journal of Modern Critical Theory, 23, 1 (mars 2000).

 STAËL

[see title by Jaume listed under Political Thought]

VOLTAIRE

* Bessire, François. La Bible dans la correspondence de Voltaire. Oxford: Voltaire Foundation, 1999. ISBN 0-7294-0549-4.

* Cronk, Nicholas (édit.) Études sur le Traité de la tolérance de Voltaire. Oxford, Voltaire Foundation (coll. «Vif»), 2000. 328 pp. ISBN: 0-72-940707-1.

Gargett, Graham.  "Voltaire's Lettres philosophiques in Eighteenth-Century Ireland."  Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 14 (1999): 77-98 [Irish interest in French culture; reasons for Irish interest in Voltaire's main themes; references in Irish journalism].

Harrison, David. «The Wisdom of Candide: En Reconnaissance de Jean Perkins». ADFL Bulletin, 31, 3 (printemps 2000): 30-32.

Langille, E. M. «Allusions to Homosexuality in Voltaire's Candide: A Reassessment». SVEC, 5 (2000).

Mason, Haydn. "Voltaire and Sir Everard Fawkener." British Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies, 23 (Spring 2000): 1-11 [Fawkener was Voltaire's host during Voltaire's time in England].

Messaoud, Samy Ben. «La succession de Voltaire: abstention de l'abbé Mignot». SVEC, 5 (2000).

Moureaux, José-Michel. «Un épisode inconnu de la querelle Voltaire-Needham». SVEC, 5 (2000).

* VoltaireAnecdotes sur le czar Pierre le Grand.  Oxford: Voltaire Foundation (coll. «Oeuvres complètes de Voltaire», 46-47), 1999.  2 vol., 1338 p. Édition critique par Michel Mervaud.

* Voltaire.  Histoire de l'empire de Russie sous Pierre le Grand.  Oxford: Voltaire Foundation (coll. «Oeuvres complètes de Voltaire». 1999. Édition critique par Michel Mervaud, avec la collaboration d'Ulla Kölving, Christiane Mervaud et Andrew Brown.

 

GERMANY, PRUSSIA, AUSTRO-HUNGARIAN EMPIRE - HISTORY

* Bois, Pierre-André, Raymond Heitz, and Roland Krebs (eds.). Voix conservatrices et réactionnaires dans les périodiques allemands de la Révolution française à la Restauration.  New York and Paris: Peter Lang (Convergences, 13), 1999. xvi + 431. 

* Bonstetten, Karl Viktor von. Historisch-kritische Ausgabe der Briefkorrespondenzen Karl Viktor von Bonstettens und seines Kreises 1753-1832. Vol. 3: 1776-1780. Edited by Doris Walser-Wilhelm and Peter Walser-Wilhelm. Bern: Peter Lang, 1999. xxx, 1082 pp., ill.

* Fröhner, Annette. Technologie und Enzyklopädismus im Übergang vom 18. zum 19. Jahrhundert: Johann Georg Krünitz (1728-1796) und seine Oeconomisch-technologische Encyklopädie.  Mannheim: Palatium (Mannheimer Historische Forschung, 5), 1994. 511 pp.

* Heuvel, Jon Vanden.  A German Life in the Age of Revolution: Joseph Gorres, 1776-1848. Catholic University Press of America, January 2001. 432pp. ISBN 0-8132-0948-X

Pommier, E. «Vienne, 1780 / Paris: 1793». Revue germanique internationale, 13, (2000). 

* Stapfer, Philipp Albert. Briefwechsel 1789-1791 und Reisetagebuch mit Einführung und Kommentar aus dem handschriften Nachlass. Ed.  Adolf Rohr. Bern and Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 1999. 304 pp., ill/

Trampus, A.  "Riforme, Giuseppinismo e Lumi nella monarchia asburgica: nuovi studi sulla figura del cancelliere Kaunitz."  Rivista Storica Italiana, 110, 3 (1998): 985-1004 [Josephism and the Habsburg enlightenment].

 

GERMANY (& GERMAN-SPEAKING COUNTRIES) - LITERATURE

* Bunzel, Wolfgang, Konrad Feilchenfeldt and Walter Schmitz, ed. 'Schnittpunkt Romantik'. Text- und Quellenstudien zur Literatur des 19. Jahrhunderts. Festschrift für Sibylle von Steinsdorff. Tübingen: Max Niemeyer Verlag, 1997. ISBN 30484-10753-7.

* Catling, J. M. A History of Women's Writing in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland.  Cambridge University Press, 1999.

* Scholz, Sabine. Die Entwicklung der österreichischen Pornographiegesetzgebung seit 1740. Frankfurt am Main and Vienna: P. Lang, 1999. 216 pp.

GOETHE

Le Rider, J. «La non-réception française de la "Théorie des couleurs" de Goethe». Revue germanique internationale, 13, (2000).

[see title by Junod lised under France - Literature - Diderot]

HERDER

[see title by Podro listed under History of Art]

LICHTENBERG

Cantarutti, G. «Letteratura e scienza: il sogno in G.C. Lichtenberg», in D. Gallingani & M. Tagliani (ed.), I sogni della conoscenza. Les rêves du savoir. Actes du séminaire de l'Université de Bologne - Paris 7-Diderot (Bologna, 1998), Firenze (CET, 2000).

WEZEL

* Brain, Dennis.  Johann Karl Wezel: From Religious Pessimism to Anthropological Skepticism.  New York &c.: Peter Lang, 2000.  421 pp.  ISBN 0-8204-4464-2

WIELAND

[see title by Kolb listed under England - Literature - Shakespeare]

 

HISTORIOGRAPHY

Arato, F.  "Un comparatista: Juan Andrés." Cromohs, 5 (2000); available online: http://www.cromohs.unifi.it/5_2000/arato.html 

Aulinas, L. R.  "Riformismo contro rivoluzione? Verso la fine di un falso dilemma nella storiografia spagnola sul XVIII secolo."  Studi Storici, 36, 1 (1995): 103-126 [Spanish historiography on 18th Century].

Bienenstock, Myriam, «Présentation [du numéro «La philosophie de l'histoire: héritage des Lumières dans l'idéalisme allemand ?»]», Littérature et nation, 21 (1999): 3s. [Revue d'histoire des représentations littéraires et artistiques publiée par l'Université François-Rabelais de Tours. ISSN: 1146-2698.]

Francesconi, D. "William Robertson on Historical Causation and Unintended Consequences." Cromohs, 4 (1999): 1-18. Available online: http://www.unifi.it/riviste/cromohs/4_99/francesconi.html

Luzzatto, S.  "Un precursore della 'cultural history' nella Francia di Luigi Filippo. Augustin Challamel, storico della Rivoluzione."  Cromohs, 1 (1996): 1-54.  Available online: http://www.unifi.it/riviste/cromohs/1_96/luzzat.html 

Manca, S.  "A proposito dell'Antichità svelata e l'idea di progresso in N. Boulanger' di Franco Venturi."  Studi Storici, 36, 4 (1995): 1011-1022.

* Myrone, Martin, and Lucy Peltz (eds.). Producing the Past: Aspects of Antiquarian Culture and Practice, 1700-1850. Preface by Stephen Bann. Brookfield, VT: Ashgate, 1999.  208 pp., ill.

Pocock, J. G. A.  "Classical and Civil History: the Transformation of Humanism."  Cromohs, 1 (1996): 1-34. Available online: http://www.unifi.it/riviste/cromohs/1_96/pocock.html 

Rich, Paul. "Civilizations in European and World History: A Reappraisal of the Ideas of Arnold Toynbee, Fernand Braudel and Marshall Hodgson." The European Legacy, 5, 3 (June 2000): 341-52.

Tollebeek, J.  "A Burke marked by Tocqueville. Taine's Periodization of French History."  Storia della Storiografia, 34 (1998): 21-38.

Rich, Paul. "Civilizations in European and World History: A Reappraisal of the Ideas of Arnold Toynbee, Fernand Braudel and Marshall Hodgson." The European Legacy, 5, 3 (2000): 341-52.

Ricuperati, G.  "Jacques-Bénigne Bossuet et l'histoire universelle." Storia della Storiografia, 35 (1999): 27-62.

Rousseau, G. S. "Nineteenth-Century Radical History After the Cultural Marxists." The European Legacy, 5, 3 (2000): 415-20.

Tortarolo, E.  "La rivolta e le riforme. Appunti per una biografia intellettuale di Franco Venturi (1914-1994)." Studi Settecenteschi, 15 (1995): 9-38 [with an appendix publishing three letters by Franco Venturi to Benedetto Croce].

Volpilhac-Auger, C.  "'Mon siège est fait', ou la méthode historique de l'abbé de Vertot."  Cromohs, 2 (1997): 1-14.  Available online:  http://www.unifi.it/riviste/cromohs/2_97/volpil.html 

Vovelle, M.  "La mia strada alla storia (colloquio con Paolo Bianchini)." Studi storici, 40, 3 (1999): 657-680 [interview with Vovelle]

Young, Brian.  "The Enlightenments of J. G. A. Pocock. " History of European Ideas, 25, 4 (1999): 207-216.

Zbinden, J.  "Heterogeneity, Irony, Ambivalence. The Idea of Progress in the Universal Histories and the Histories of Mankind in the German Enlightenment."  Storia della Storiografia, 29 (1996): 21-45.

[see also title by Arato listed under Italy - Literature]

 

HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE

Collins, Jeffrey. "Obelisk designs by Giovanni Stern." The Burlington Magazine, 142, 1163 (February 2000): 90-100.

* Dassas, Frédéric.  l'Illusion baroque. L'architecture de 1600 à 1750.  Paris: Gallimard (coll. «Découvertes Gallimard», 382), 1999.  160 pp.

Guilding, Ruth. "The 2nd Earl of Egremont's sculpture gallery at Petworth: A plan by Charles Townley." Apollo, 151, n.s. 458 (April 2000): 27-29.

* Mowl, Timothy, & Brian Earnshaw. An insular rococo: Architecture, politics and society in Ireland and England, 1710-1770. London: Reaktion Books, 1999. ISBN:  1-86189-044-3.

* Moreux, Jean-Charles.  Histoire de l'architecture.  Paris: Gallimard (coll. «Le cabinet des lettrés»), 1999.  208 pp. ISBN: 2-07-075654-8.

* Schimmelman, Janice, ed.  Architectural Books in Early America: Architectural Treatises and Building Handbooks Available in American Libraries and Bookstores through 1800. Foreword by William Searle. Rev. 2nd ed. New Castle, DE: Oak Knoll Press, 1999. 235 pp.

Senn, Rolf Thomas. "Sophipolis. Die Begründung Charlottenburgs 1694-1701 als 'Theatrum repraesentationis'." Zeitschrift für Kunstgeschichte 63, 1 (2000): 26-46.

Vincent, Gerard. "La salle des droits de l'homme." Revue d'esthetique, 17 (1990): 115-118 [architectural and contextual study of ideology at work between the place where the document of the Declaration of Human Rights was composed and that document].

[see also title by Wittkower listed under History of Art].

 

HISTORY OF ART

* Bailey, Gauvin Alexander.    Art on the Jesuit Missions in Asia and Latin America, 1542-1773.  University of Toronto Press, 2000.  ISBN: 0-8020-4688-6

Bouchard, Nathalie Lemoine. "L.-N. van Blarenberghe et le 'Traité sur la Cavalerie' de Drummond de Melfort." Histoire de l'art, 45 (December 1999): 57-69. [etchings on art of warfare, 1776].

* Bowron, Edgar Peters, & Joseph J. Richel, eds.   Art in Rome in the Eighteenth Century.  Philadelphia Museum of Art, 2000 [Includes these essays: Christopher M. S. Johns, "The Entrepôt of Europe";  Liliana Barroero & Stefano Susinno,  "Arcadian Rome, Universal Capital of the Arts";  Ornella Francisci Osti, "Key Figures in Eighteenth-Century Rome";  Jon L. Seydl, "Chronology" by  and the catalogue of the exhibition divided into: Architecture, Decorative Arts, Sculpture, Paintings, Drawings and Prints with entries by numerous scholars in their respective fields.

Camurri, Daniela. «Il sogno del museo di tutte le arti: Il Louvre», in D. Gallingani & M. Tagliani (ed.), I sogni della conoscenza. Les rêves du savoir. Actes du séminaire de l'Université de Bologne - Paris 7-Diderot (Bologna, 1998), Firenze (CET, 2000).

Carter, Sophie. "'This Female Proteus': Representing Prostitution and Masquerade in Eighteenth-Century English Popular Print Culture." Oxford Art Journal 22, 1 (1999): 55-79.

* Christin, Olivier et Dario Gamboni (édit.).  Crise de l'image religieuse. De Nicée II à Vatican II.  Paris: Éditions de la Maison des sciences de l'homme, 2000.  346 pp.

* Cohen, Sarah R.  Art, Dance, and the Body in French Culture of the Ancien Regime.  Cambridge University Press, 2000.  352 pp. ISBN: 0-521-64046-6.

* Clayton, Timothy. The English Print, 1688-1802. Yale University Press, 1997.  256 pp., ill.

Décultot, E. «Histoire croisée du discours sur l'art». Revue germanique internationale, 13, 2000. ISBN: 2 13 050624 0.

Décultot, E.. «Les lectures françaises de Winckelmann». Revue germanique internationale, 13, 2000. ISBN: 2 13 050624 0.

* D'Oench, Ellen G. "Copper into Gold": Prints by John Raphæl Smith, 1751-1812.  Yale University Press, for the Paul Mellon Center for Studies in British Art, 1999. xiv, 300 ill. [chronological list of Smith's own engravings, additional catalogue of engravings by others of his drawings and paintings, list of Smith's works exhibited at the Royal Academy and elsewhere].

* Haslam, Fiona. From Hogarth to Rowlandson: Medicine in Art in Eighteenth-Century Britain. Liverpool University Press, 1996. xvi, 336 pp., ill.

* Klonk, Charlotte.  Science and the Perception of Nature: British Landscape Art in the Late Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth Centuries.  Yale University Press, 1996.  208 pp.

Lafont, A. «Girodet et Trioson, les tableaux de l'amitié». Revue de l'art, 123 (janvier 1999). 

Laing, Alistair. "Sir Rowland and Lady Winn: A conversation piece in the Library at Nostell Priory." Apollo, 151, n.s. 458 (April 2000): 14-18 [documents show the painting (on cover of John Brewer's Pleasures of the Imagination) to be by Hugh Douglas Hamilton (1736-1808)].

Marsden, Jonathan. "Napoleon's bust of 'Malbrouk'." The Burlington Magazine, 142, 1166 (May 2000): 303-306.

McVerry, John. "William Blathwayt at Dyrham." Apollo, 151, n.s. 458  (April 2000): 36-42.

Podro, M.  «Les limites de la peinture, Diderot et Herder». Revue germanique internationale, 13, 2000. ISBN: 2 13 050624 0.

Pomian, K.  «Mariette et Winckelmann». Revue germanique internationale, 13 (2000).

Savoy, B.. «Les réactions allemandes aux saisies d'œuvres d'art et de science par la France autour de 1800». Revue germanique internationale, 13, (2000).

* Schelling, F. W. J.  Philosophie de l'art. Éditions Jérôme Millon (coll. «Krisis»), 1999/ 400 pp. Traduction de Caroline Sulzer et Alain Pernet. Présentation et notes de Caroline Sulzer. ISBN: 2 84137 056 9.

* Wittkower, Rudolf.  Art and Architecture in Italy, 1600-1750.  4th ed., 3 vols. [Early Baroque; High Baroque; Late Baroque].  New Haven: Yale University Press, 1999.

§ Revue d'esthetique, 31-32 (1997) is a special issue: "La naissance de la theorie de l'art en France 1640-1720" [mostly 17th-century material but with 18th-century incidence and material. Includes a bibliography of French, Italian, Dutch, German and English material].

BELLOTTO

Villis, Carl. "Bernardo Bellotto's seven large views of Rome, c. 1743." The Burlington Magazine, 142, 1163 (February 2000): 76-81.

CAMETTI

Martin, Frank. "Two angels by Bernardino Cametti in Madrid." The Burlington Magazine CXLII, no. 1163 (February 2000): 104-107.

CHARDIN

Démoris, René. «Chardin et la lettre: le rouge et le blanc». Revue de l'A.I.R.E., 24 (printemps-été 2000): 15-21, ill. Publication de l'Association interdisciplinaire de recherche sur l'épistolaire (Paris). ISSN: 0993-1929.

Tuchman, Phyllis.  "The Quiet Mastery of Jean-Siméon Chardin."  Smithsonian, 31, 3 (June 2000): 80-88, ill.

DAVID

Bordes, Philippe. "David's portrait of the comte de Turenne at Williamstown." The Burlington Magazine, 142,1166 (May 2000): 276-280.

Jones, Sue, and Katheryn Calley Galitz. "Jacques-Louis David's portrait of comtesse Vilain XIII and her daughter." The Burlington Magazine, 142, 1166 (May 2000): 301-303.

Ledbury, Mark. "Unpublished letters to Jacques-Louis David from his pupils in Italy." The Burlington Magazine, 142, 1166 (May 2000): 296-300.

Ledbury, Mark. "'Vous avés achevé mes tableaux': Michel-Jean Sedaine and Jacques-Louis David." British Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies, 23 (Spring 2000): 59-84.

[see also title by Stanic listed under France - Literature]

FRAGONARD

Milam, Jennifer. "Playful Constructions and Fragonard's Swinging Scenes." Eighteenth-Century Studies, 33, 4 (Summer 2000): 543-60.

GILRAY

* Banerji, Christiane, & Diana Donald (eds.). Gillray Observed: The Earliest Accounts of His Caricatures in London and Paris.  Cambridge University Press, 1999. Pp. xvii + 272; illustrations.

HOGARTH

Bindman, David (ed.). Hogarth and His Times: Serious Comedy. Berkeley: University of California Press; London: British Library in association with the Parnassus Foundation, 1997. Pp. 208; 7 color plates; 129 illustrations.

* Krysmanski, Bernd W.  Hogarth's "Enthusiasm Delineated": Nachahmung als Kritik am Kennertum. Eine Werkanalyse. Zugleich ein Einblick in das satirisch-aufgeklärte Denken eines "Künstlerrebellen" im englischen 18. Jahrhundert.  Hildesheim: Georg Olms, 1996. 2 vols., 894, 575 pp.

LABRUZZI

Hornsby, Clare. "Carlo Labruzzi: An album of thirteen aquatints dedicated to Sir Richard Colt Hoare." Apollo, 151, n.s. 457 (March 2000): 3-8.

LEGROS

Julien, Pascal. "Pierre Legros, sculpteur romain." Gazette des Beaux-Arts, 135, 1574 (March 2000): 189-214 ["The sculptor Pierre II Legros worked in Rome from 1690 to 1719 thus giving Rome some of its most famous religious sculptures. Nevertheless, the innovating aspects of his work are still not fully appreciated. The study of his works and of his personality lead to a better understanding of his style, his references, and his own artistic influence. After a triumphant career in Rome in the later part of the 17th Century he became an essential landmark of the history of sculpture in the 18th Century, both French and Italian"].

MURATORI

Bodard, Diane H. "Domenico Maria Muratori's last painting." The Burlington Magazine 142,1163 (February 2000): 108-111.

PIRANESI

Sørensen, Bent. "Some sources for Piranesi's early architectural fantasies." The Burlington Magazine, 142,1163 (February 2000): 82-89.

REYNOLDS

Wendorf, Richard.  «After Sir Joshua», dans Patrick Coleman, Jayne Lewis et Jill Kowalik (édit.), Representations of the Self from the Renaissance to Romanticism (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2000), pp. 260-279. Ill. ISBN: 0 521 66146 3.

ROWLANDSON

[see title by Spearing listed under England - Literature - Combe]

RUNGE

Ramos, Julie. "Laboratoire d'une nouvelle forme d'art: l'édition des 'Minnelieder' (1803) illustrée par Philipp Otto Runge." Histoire de l'art,  45 (decembre 1999): 71-84.

WATTEAU

Eidelberg, M. «Ce joli morceau, Le royaume de l'amour de Watteau». Revue de l'art, 123 (janvier 1999).

[see also title by Wyngaard listed under France - Literature - Watteau]

 

HISTORY OF EDUCATION

* Christen, Richard S. "Boundaries Between Liberal and Technical Learning: Images of Seventeenth-Century English Writing Masters." History of Education Quarterly, 39 (1999): 30-50.

Compère, Marie-Madeleine.  «La formation littéraire et pédagogique des jésuites en Europe, fin du XVIIe et début du XVIIIe siècle».  Pædagogica Historica, 30, 1 (1994): 99-117.

[see also title by Hlatshwayo listed under Africa]

 

HISTORY OF LAW

* Carbasse, Jean-Marie et Laurence Depambour-Tarride (édit.).  la Conscience du juge dans la tradition juridique européene.  Paris: Presses universitaires de France (coll. «Droit et justice»), 1999.  344 pp. ISBN: 2 13 049953 8.

* Cartuyvels, Yves.  D'où vient le Code pénal ? Une approche généalogique des premiers codes pénaux absolutistes au XVIIIe siècle. Paris et Bruxelles, 1996.

* Foote, Martha L., and the Canadian Association of Law Libraries Staff (eds.). Law Reporting and Legal Publishing in Canada: A History.  Kingston, ON: Canadian Association of Law Libraries (Canadian Association of Law Libraries Occasional Paper, 2), 1997.

* Garnot, Benoît.  Crime et justice aux XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles. Imago, 2000.  208 pp. ISBN: 2 91 141631 7.

* Krynen, Jacques (édit.).  l'Élection des juges. Étude historique française et contemporaine.  Paris: Presses universitaires de France (coll. «Droit et justice»), 1999.  280 pp. ISBN: 2 13 049954 6.

Porret, Michel. «La biographie des scélérats ou les circonstances de la dangerosité criminelle durant l'Ancien Régime».  Traverse, 2 (1995): 55-65.

Porret, Michel. «Limiter l'arbitraire du juge dans la qualification du crime: l'enjeu des pratiques médico-légales à Genève au 18e siècle», dans H. Holzhey et U. Boschung (édit.), Santé et maladie au 18e siècle, (Amsterdam et Atlanta: Rodopi, 1995), pp. 187-204.

Porret, Michel. «Pratique pénale et médecine légale au 19e siècle: la qualification des "mauvais traitements" et des homicides, l'exemple genevois (1815-1890)», dans Frédéric Chauvaud et Jacques-Guy Petit (édit.), l'Histoire contemporaine et les usages des archives judiciaires (1800-1939) (Paris: Honoré Champion [coll. «Histoire et archives. Hors-série», 2], 1998), pp. 343-356.

Porret, Michel. «La topographie judiciaire à Genève».  Sociétés et représentations (juin 1998): 191-209, ill.

 

HISTORY OF LINGUISTICS

* Caravolas, Jean-Antoine. la Didactique des langues. Tome II: Le Siècle des lumières. Vol. I: Précis d'histoire. Vol. 2: Anthologie. Montréal: Presses de l'Université de Montréal, 2000, 2 vol. ISBN: 2-7606-1779-3 (vol. 1); 2-7606-1780-7 (vol. 2).

* Hewson, John.  The French Language in Canada.  Münich: LINCOM Europa (coll. «LINCOM Studies in Romance Linguistics», 7), 2000.  100 pp. ISBN: 3 89586 571 0.

Lochard, Éric-Olivier.  «Toposator et Arcane: la nouvelle technologie dans le contexte des thésaurus et des éditions critiques».  Literary and Linguistic Computing, 10, 2 (1995): 151-164.

Lochard, Éric-Olivier et Dominique Taurisson.  «Un logiciel pour l'édition scientifique et partagée des textes», dans Nathalie Ferrand (édit.), Banques de données et hypertextes pour l'étude du roman (Paris: Presses universitaires de France [coll. «Écritures électroniques»], 1997), pp. 63-77, ill. ISBN: 2 13 048679 7; ISSN: 1281-6264.

Tagliani, M. «"Une langue de feu qui fond tout et à qui rien ne résiste". Il sogno della lingua perfettibile nella "Néologie" di L.S. Mercier». dans D. Gallingani et M. Tagliani (édit.), I sogni della conoscenza. Les rêves du savoir. Actes du séminaire de l'Université de Bologne - Paris 7-Diderot (Bologna, 1998), Firenze (CET, 2000).

Thouard, Denis.  "Humboldt, Abel-Rémusat et le chinois: du mystère au savoir."  Intellectual News, 6-7 (Winter 2000): 52-56.

 

HISTORY OF MATHEMATICS

Goldstein, Joel A.  "A matter of great magnitude: the conflict over arithmetization in 16th-, 17th-, and 18th-century English editions of Euclid's Elements Books I through VI (1561-1795)."  Historia Mathematica, 27, 1 (February 2000): 36-53.

* Marguin, Jean.  l'Histoire des instruments et des machines à calculer. Trois siècles de mécanique pensante 1642-1942.  Paris: Hermann, 1994.

 

HISTORY OF MEDICINE

* Barles, Sabine. la Ville délétère. Médecins et ingénieurs dans l'espace urbain, XVIIIe-XIXe siècle. Seyssel: Champ vallon (coll. «Milieux»), 1999. 384 pp. ISBN: 2 87673 281 5.

Booth, C.C.  "Choosing a dermatological hero for the millennium: Robert Willan (1757-1812)."  Clinical and Experimental Dermatology, 25, 1 (January 2000 ): 85-86.

Borsay, Anne.  "An example of political arithmetic: the evaluation of spa therapy at the Georgian Bath infirmary, 1742-1830."  Medical History, 44, 2 (April 2000): 149-72.

* Carlino, Andrea.  Paper Bodies: A Catalogue of Anatomical Fugitive Sheets in the Age of Printing and Dissecting.  Wellcome Institute for the History of Medicine, 2000.  352 pp., ill.  ISBN 0-85484-060-9

Charbonneau, Frédéric. "Les emblèmes de la maladie: Dialogue du corps et de l'âme." Tangence [Université de Québec - Rimouski], 60 (mai 1999): 105-118.

Christen A.G, & J.A. Christen.  "Martin Van Butchell (1735-1814): the eccentric, 'kook' dentist of old London."  Journal of the History of Dentistry, 43, 3 (November 1999): 99-104.

* Clark, Michael, & Catherine Crawford (eds.).  Legal Medicine in History. Cambridge University Press, 1994.

* Conrad, Lawrence I., Michael Neve, Vivian Nutton, Roy Porter et Andrew Wear. Histoire de la lutte contre la maladie. La tradition médicale occidentale, de l'Antiquité à la fin du Siècle des lumières. les Empêcheurs de penser en rond (coll. «Épistémologie, philosophie et pratiques médicales»), 1999. 530 pp. Traduction de Sophie Mayoux, Simone et Paul Rozenberg. ISBN: 2-84324-043-3.

Geshwind, M.  "Dr. Chamberlen's anodyne teething necklaces." Journal of the History of Dentistry, 43, 3(November 1999): 115-18.

* Harskamp, Jaap, ed.  Dissertatio medica inauguralis . . . Leyden Medical Dissertations in the British Library, 1592-1746: Catalogue of a Sloane-Inspired Collection. London: Wellcome Institute for the History of Medicine, 1997.  270 pp.

Jones, Colin. "Pulling Teeth in Eighteenth-Century Paris." Past and Present, 166 (February 2000): 100-145.

King, Steven, & Alan Weaver. "Lives in many hands: the medical landscape of Lancashire, 1700-1820."  Medical History, 44, 2 (April 2000): 173-200.

* Lindemann, Mary. Health and Healing in Eighteenth-Century Germany. Johns Hopkins University Press, 1996. 506 pp.

* Puységur, marquis de. Un somnambule désordonné ? Journal du traitement magnétique du jeune Hébert. les Empêcheurs de penser en rond (coll. «Psychanalyse et psychiatrie»), 1999, 250 pp. Édition établie et présentée par Jean-Pierre Peter. ISBN: 2 84324 060 3.

* Renneville, Marc. le Langage des crânes. Une histoire de la phrénologie, Sanofi-Synthélabo (coll. «Les empêcheurs de penser en rond», 2000. 354 pp.

Rock, Joe. "An Important Scottish Anatomical Publication Rediscovered." The Book Collector, 49 (2000), 27-60; illustrations.

*Sander S. Learning before enlightenment? On the popular medicine manuscripts of the physician and best selling author Christoph von Hellwig (1663-1721). Medizinhistorisches Journal 34(3-4):245-308, 1999 [German]

[see also title by Myers listed under Bibliography; by Lüethy listed under Computers; by Haslam listed under History of Art]

 

HISTORY OF MUSIC

* Cahours d'Aspry, Jean-Bernard.  Musiciens au pays basque du Moyen Âge au XXe siècle.  Atlantica, 2000.  200 pp.

* DeVenney, David P. Varied Carols: A Survey of American Choral Literature. Westport, CT: Greenwood, 1999. 328 pp.

* Duckles, Vincent H., & Ida Reed. Music Reference and Research Materials: An Annotated Bibliography. 5th ed. New York: Schirmer Books, 1997. xviii, 812 pp.

* Dorival, Jérôme.  la Cantate française au XVIIIe siècle.  Paris: Presses universitaires de France (coll. «Que sais-je ?», 3476), 1999. ISBN: 2 13 049974 0.

Jam, Jean-Louis. "De Circe à Parsifal, quelques reflexions sur l'expression musicale de la magie et de l'enchantement." Revue d'esthetique, 24 (1993): 101-08 [situates and includes opera by Rousseau, Gretry, Mozart, Cazotte].

* Pistone, Danièle et Pierre Brunel, avec la collaboration de Marie-Françoise Hamard (édit.).  Musiques d'Orphée. Paris: Presses universitaires de France (coll. «Musique et musiciens»), 1999. 200 pp. ISBN: 2 13 049852 3.

* Rouchouse, Jacques.  l'Opérette.  Paris: Presses universitaires de France (coll. «Que sais-je ?», 1006), 1999. ISBN: 2-13-050073-0.

BACH

Ornstein, Doris, Elinore Barker, & F. H. Scharfele. "J. S. Bach: Suite 4 à Violoncello solo senza basso (BWV 1010)." Bach: The Journal of the Riemenschneider Bach Institute, 29, 1 (Spring-Summer 1998), 38-76. [With note by Elinore Barker and another by computer transcriber F. H. Scharfele (38), a computer facsimile reprint of the manuscript (39-58), and Ornstein's "Harpsichord Transcription of BWV 1010" (59-76).]

Tomita, Yo. "Bach and His Early Drafts: Some Observations on Little Known Early Versions of Well-Tempered Clavier II and the Goldberg Variations from the Manfred Gorke Collection." Bach: The Journal of the Riemenschneider Bach Institute, 30, 2 (Fall-Winter 1999), 49-72,  ill.

Tomita, Yo. "The Sources of J. S. Bach's Well-Tempered Clavier II in Vienna 1777-1801." Bach: The Journal of the Riemenschneider Bach Institute, 29, 2 (Fall-Winter 1998), 8-79; tables; music.

CIMAROSA

* Rossi, Nick, & Talmage Fauntleroy. Domenico Cimarosa: His Life and His Operas.  Westport, CT: Greenwood (Contributions to the Study of Music and Dance, 50), 1999. 240 pp.

HAYDN

* Drabkin, William. A Reader's Guide to Haydn's Early String Quartets.  Westport, CT: Greenwood (Reader's Guide to Musical Genres, 1), 1999. 200 pp.

MOZART

Leeson, Daniel N.  "Mozart-Jahrbuch: Articles and Reviews in English, 1995-1997." Mozart Society of America Newsletter, 3, 2 (August 1999): 15.

Leeson, Daniel N. "Mozart Manuscripts in the San Francisco Bay Area: A Checklist." Mozart Society of America Newsletter, 4, 1 (January 2000): 5-10 [incl. plates of Stanford University Library's autograph of recitative "Tutto è disposto" from Le nozze di Figaro].

Link, Dorothea. "An Overlooked Accompanied Recitative to Vado, ma dove, K.583." Mozart Society of America Newsletter, 3, 2 (August 1999): 4.

"Works in English: 1998." Mozart Society of America Newsletter, 3, 2 (August 1999): 14.]

OPERA

* Combarieu, Christophe.  le Bel canto.  Paris: Presses universitaires de France (coll. «Que sais-je ?», 3402), 1999. ISBN: 2-13-049431-5.

* De Van, Gilles. l'Opéra italien. Paris: Presses universitaires de France (coll. «Que sais-je ?», 3543), 2000. ISBN: 2 13 050513 9.

* Griffel, Margaret Ross. Operas in English: A Dictionary. Westport, CT: Greenwood, 1999. 1008 pp. 

* Hunter, David. Opera and Song Books Published in England 1703-1726: A Descriptive Biography. London: Bibliographical Society, 1997. xlix, 521pp., ill., facsimiles.

Letzter, Jacqueline & Robert Adelson. «Women Opera Composers face the Parisian comités de lecture: Where Institutional Barriers Meet Social Barriers to Performance». SVEC, 5 (2000).

McGeary, Thomas N., and Xavier Cervantes. "From Farinelli to Monticelli: An Opera Satire of 1742 Re-Examined." Burlington Magazine, 141 (May 1999): 287-89.

[see also title by Bartlet listed under Theatre History - France]

 

HISTORY OF RELIGION

* Griffiths, Paul J. Religious Reading: The Place of Reading in the Practice of Religion. Oxford University Press, 1999.  xiii, 210 pp. [focuses on Buddhist India and Roman Africa but with references to authors such as Johnson and Locke, and discussions of commonplace books, commentaries, and anthologies].

* Jenkins, Philip.  Mystics and Messiahs: Cults and New Religions in American Religious History.  Oxford University Press, 2000.  294 pp.  ISBN 0-19-512744-7 -- and see review by Patrick Allit, "Chariots of fire: Peculiarity and persecution in the history of the Mormons and other new American religions," TLS, 5069 (May 26, 2000): 3-4.

* Wilson, Colin.  The Devil's Party: A History of Charlatan Messiahs.  Virgin, 2000.  295 pp.  ISBN: 1-85227-843-9 -- and see review by Barbara Godlee, "The maddest Messiahs," TLS, 5066 (May 5, 2000):  35.

[see title by Shaw listed under England - History - Wortley Montagu]

BUDDHISM

* Hulin, Michel. l'Inde des sages. Les plus beaux textes de l'hindouisme et du bouddhisme. Kiron-Philippe Lebaud, 2000. 236 p.

* Jones, Charles Brewer.  Buddhism in Taiwan : Religion and the State, 1660-1990.  University of Hawaii Press, 1999.  304 pp.  ISBN: 0824820614 

 CHRISTIANITY - PROTESTANT

* Sim, Stuart, & David Walker.  Bunyan and Authority: The Rhetoric of Dissent and the Legitimation Crisis in Seventeenth-Century England.  Bern &c.: Peter Lang (Religion and Discourse, 6), 2000.  ISBN 3-906764-44-3; US-ISBN: 0-8204-4634-3 (paper).

CHRISTIANITY - PROTESTANT - ANGLICAN

* Frappell, Ruth, Leighton Frappell, Raymond Nobbs, & Robert Withycombe (eds.). Anglicans in the Antipodes: An Indexed Calendar to the Papers and Correspondence of the Archbishops of Canterbury, 1781-1961, Relating to Australia, New Zealand, and the Pacific [at Lambeth Palace Library, London].  Westport, CT: Greenwood (Bibliographies and Indexes in Religious Studies, 50), 1999.  440 pp.

[see also titles by De Gruchy listed under Africa; by Eddy and by Purcell listed under Bibliography]

CHRISTIANITY - PROTESTANT - HUGUENOT

* Massil, Stephen W. A Huguenot Miscellany: Huguenot Archives and Libraries and the Huguenot Librarians, Compiled in Honour of Charles Marmoy's 90th Birthday, August 1999; with a Bibliography of His Huguenot Publications and an Appendix Bringing Together Entries from the Dictionary of National Biography. London: Huguenot Library, 1999.

Vigne, Randolph. "The Huguenot Society of Great Britain and Ireland: Past and Present." The Eighteenth-Century Intelligencer, n.s. 14, 1-2 (February 2000): 13-16.

CHRISTIANITY - PROTESTANT - METHODIST

Newport, Kenneth G. C., & Gareth Lloyd. "George Bell and Early Methodist Enthusiasm: A New Manuscript Source from the Manchester Archives." Bulletin of the John Rylands University Library of Manchester, 80, 3 (Autumn, 1998): 89-102 [George Bell (d. 1807) was active as a Methodist preacher from 1761-1765; transcript of a letter from "W. Briggs" to [Charles Wesley], dated "London Oct. 28th 1762," providing requested information about Methodist activities related to Briggs, Bell, and others].

Rack, Henry. "Between Church and Sect: The Origins of Methodism in Manchester." Bulletin of the John Rylands University Library of Manchester, 80, no. 3 (Autumn, 1998), 65-88.

[see also title by Glen listed under Theatre History - England]

CHRISTIANITY - PROTESTANT - QUAKER

Villani, S.  "Donne quacchere nel XVII secolo."  Studi Storici, 40, 2 (1999): 585-612 [17th-century Quaker women].

CHRISTIANITY - ROMAN CATHOLIC

* Alphonse de Liguori.  Montréal: Fides (coll. «L'expérience de Dieu»), 1999. Textes choisis et présentés par Théodule Rey-Mermet. ISBN : 2-7621-2113-2.

* Bonnet, Michel. les Papes. 2000 ans d'histoire. l'Atelier de l'archer, 2000. 128 pp. ISBN: 2 84 548015 6.

* Le Tourneau, Dominique.  l'Église et l'État en France. Paris: Presses universitaires de France (coll. «Que sais-je ?», 886), 2000. ISBN: 2 13 050508 2.

* O'Malley, John W.  The First Jesuits.  Harvard University Press, 1993.

* Oury, dom Guy-Marie.  les Ursulines de Québec, 1639-1953. Sillery: Septentrion, 1999.  378 pp.

* Pèlerinages. Compostelle, Jérusalem, Rome.  Paris: Desclée de Brouwer et Zodiaque (coll. «Présence de l'art»), 1999. ISBN: 2-220-04627-3.

[see title by Dolan listed under Bibliography; by Christin & Gamboni listed under History of Art']

DEISM

Duddy, Thomas.  "Toland, Berkeley, and the Irrational Hypothesis."  Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 14 (1999): 49-61 [Toland's attack (in Christianity Not Mysterious) on doctrine requiring believers to accept evidently irrational doctrines; Berkeley's anti-deistical response]

HINDUISM

[see title by Hulin listed under History of Religion - Buddhism]

 

HISTORY OF SCIENCE

Ascari, M. «Mesmeric Revelations: i racconti di E. Allan Poe tra pseudoscienza, sogno e hoax», dans D. Gallingani et M. Tagliani (édit.), I sogni della conoscenza. Les rêves du savoir. Actes du séminaire de l'Université de Bologne - Paris 7-Diderot (Bologna, 1998) (Firenze: CET, 2000).

* Blanckaert, Claude, Loïc Blondiaux, Laurent Loty, Marc Renneville et Nathalie Richard (édit.). l'Histoire des sciences de l'homme. Trajectoire, enjeux et questions vives. Paris: l'Harmattan, 1999. 308 pp. ISBN: 2-7384-8321-6.

* Bret, Patrice.  Lavoisier et l'Encyclopédie méthodique. Le manuscrit des régisseurs des Poudres et salpêtres pour le Dictionnaire de l'artillerie (1787).  Florence, 1997.

Chayut, Michael. "Tragedy and Science. "  History of European Ideas, 25 4 (1999): 163-77.

* Emsley, John.  The Shocking History of Phosphorus: A Biography of the Devil's Element.  Macmillan, 2000.  326 pp.  ISBN: 0-333-766385-5 -- and see review by W.H. Brock, "A factitious self-shining substance," TLS, 5066 (May 5, 2000): 34.

Gallingan, D. «I sogni della scienza: fluidi elettrici e fluidi immaginari nel Settecento francese». dans D. Gallingani et M. Tagliani (édit.), I sogni della conoscenza. Les rêves du savoir. Actes du séminaire de l'Université de Bologne - Paris 7-Diderot (Bologna, 1998), Firenze (CET, 2000).

Jonard, N.  "Du dégout et des odeurs. Note sur la révolution olfactive au XVIIIe siècle." Studi Settecenteschi, 15 (1995): 235-254.

Kim, Mi Gyung.  "Chemical analysis and the domains of reality: Wilhelm Homberg's Essais de Chémie, 1702-1709."  Studies in History and Philosophy of Science, 31A, 1 (March 2000): 37-70.

* Lecourt, Dominique (édit.).  Dictionnaire d'histoire et philosophie des sciences.  Paris: Presses universitaires de France, 2000.

* Lequan, Maï. la Chimie selon Kant. Paris: Presses universitaires de France (coll. «Philosophies», 127), 2000. 136 pp. ISBN: 2 13 050547 3.

Marciano,   Alain, & Maud  Pelissier.  "The Influence of Scottish Enlightenment on Darwin's Theory of Cultural Evolution." Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 22, 2 (2000):  239 ff. 

Miller, David Philip. "Puffing Jamie": The commercial and ideological importance of being a 'philosopher' in the case of the reputation of James Watt (1736-1819)."  History of Science, 38, 1 (March 2000): 1-24.

Ratcliff, M.J.  "Wonders, logic, and microscopy in the eighteenth century: a history of the rotifer."  Science in Context, 13, 1 (Spring 2000): 93-120.

Webster, C.  "La reinvenzione di Robert Boyle."  Rivista Storica Italiana, 109, 1 (1997): 298-307.

* Whitfield, Peter. Landmarks in Western Science: From Pre-History to the Atomic Age. London: British Library, 1999. 256 pp., ill.

HISTORY OF SCIENCE IN ITALY:

Brenni, P.  La funzione degli strumenti scientifici nella didattica fra Settecento e Ottocento."  Studi Settecenteschi, 18 (1998): 421-430.

Cavazza, M.  "Fisica generale e fisica sperimentale nelle istituzioni scientifiche emiliane del Settecento." Studi Settecenteschi, 18 (1998): 321-342.

Ciardi, M.  "Medicina, tecnologia civile e militare, filosofia naturale. L'insegnamento della fisica nel Regno di Sardegna." Studi Settecenteschi, 18 (1998): 217-248.

Contardi, S.  "Visibilità e autoapprendimento. Aspetti della didattica della fisica nella Toscana di Pietro Leopoldo." Studi Settecenteschi, 18 (1998): 343-366.

Farinella, C.  "I 'luoghi' della fisica a Genova fra Settecento e Ottocento." Studi Settecenteschi, 18 (1998): 249-278.

Ferraresi, A.  "La fisica sperimentale tra università e ginnasi nella Lombardia austriaca." Studi Settecenteschi, 18 (1998): 279-320.

Giudice, F.  "Giovanni Rizzetti, l'ottica newtoniana e la legge di rifrazione." Studi Settecenteschi, 18 (1998): 45-64.

Nastasi, P.  "Domenico Scinà e la fisica Palermitana fra Settecento e Ottocento." Studi Settecenteschi, 18 (1998): 377-406.

Pepe, L.  "Matematica e fisica nei collegi del Settecento." Studi Settecenteschi, 18 (1998): 407-420.

Schettino, E. "L'insegnamento della fisica sperimentale a Napoli nella seconda metà del Settecento." Studi Settecenteschi, 18 (1998): 367-376.

[see also title by Delpiano listed under Italy - History]

 

HISTORY OF SEXUALITY & REPRODUCTION

* Botul, Jean-Baptiste.  la Vie sexuelle d'Emmanuel Kant. Paris: Mille et une nuits (coll. «Mille et une nuits», 251), 1999.  93 pp. Présentation, traduction et notes de Frédéric Pagès. ISBN: 2-84205-424-5.

* Brulotte, Gaètan.  Œuvres de chair. Figures du discours érotique. Québec et Paris: Presses de l'Université Laval et l'Harmattan, 1998.  522 pp.

* Delumeau, Jean et Denis Roche (édit.). Histoire des pères et de la paternité.  Paris: Larousse (coll. «In extenso»), 2000 (1990).  544 pp.

* Knibiehler, Yvonne.  Histoire des mères et de la maternité en Occident.  Paris: Presses universitaires de France (coll. «Que sais-je ?», 3539), 2000. ISBN: 2-13-050425-6.

* Melchior-Bonnet, Sabine et Aude de Tocqueville. Histoire de l'adultère.  La Martinière, 1999.

* Stengers, Jean, et Anne Van Neck. Histoire d'une grande peur, la masturbation.  Le Plessis-Robinson, Institut Synthélabo pour le progrès de la connaissance (coll. «Les empêcheurs de penser en rond»), 1998. 233 pp., ill.  Édition originale: 1984. ISBN: 2-84324-037-9.

[see also titles by Fields listed under England - Literature - Charke; by Sabor listed under England - Literature - Cleland; by Goulemot listed under France - Literature; by Langille listed under France - Literature - Voltaire; by Carter listed under History of Art; by Mellor listed under England - Literature - Robinson; by Gronhovd and by Rousseau listed under Theory & Criticism]

 

INDIA

Kemp, Sharon.  "Recent Books on Gender in India."  Gender, Place and Culture - A Journal of Feminist Geography, 7, 2 (2000): 201-207 [review essay].

* Mukherjee, Rudrangshu, & Lakshmi Subramanian, ed. Politics and trade in the Indian Ocean world. Essays in honour of Ashin Das Gupta. Delhi: Oxford University Press, 1998. ISBN: 019-564420-4.

* Murray, Alexander, ed. Sir William Jones 1746-94: a commemoration. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 1998. ISBN: 0-19-920190-0.

* Yang, Anand A.  Bazaar India : Markets, Society, and the Colonial State in Gangetic Bihar.  University of California Press, 1998. 311 pp.  ISBN  0-520-21099-9 (cloth); 0-520-21100-6 (paper, 1999)

[see also title by Majeed listed under Classics - Rome]

 

INDIA - LITERATURE

[see title by Ross listed under Bibliography]

 

IRELAND - HISTORY

* Dickson, David.  New Foundations: Ireland 1660-1800.  2nd ed. (revised & enlarged).  Dublin: Irish Academic Press, 2000.  264 pp.  ISBN 0-7165-2632-8 (cloth); 0-7165-2637-9 (paper)

* Kelly, James.  Henry Flood: Patriots and Politics in Eighteenth-Century Ireland.  Dublin: Four Courts Press, 1998.  -- and see review article by Eioin Magennis, Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 14 (1999):  123-31.

[see also title by Claydon & McBride listed under England - History; by Gargett listed under France - Literature - Voltaire]

MOLESWORTH

[see also titles by Lurbe listed under Bibliography, & Brown listed under Philosophy - Hutcheson]

 

IRELAND - LITERATURE

KELLY

[see title by Pitcher listed under Bibliography]

SWIFT

Carpenter, Andrew.  "On Editing Swift's Correspondence."  Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 14 (1999): 117-22 [review essay].

Karian, Stephen. "Problems and Paratexts in Eighteenth-Century Collections of Swift." Studies in the Literary Imagination, 32 (1999): 60-80.

Loveridge, Mark. "Gulliver, Moses, and Language." Notes and Queries, n.s. 46, (1999): 345-47.

 

ITALY - HISTORY

Assereto, G.  "Il mal di pietra. L'insurrezione genovese del 1746 e la controversia su Balilla." Studi Settecenteschi, 17 (1997): 335-366. [Political unrest in Genoa]

Barbero, A.  "Una nobiltà provinciale sotto l'Antico Regime. Il Nobiliaire du Duché d'Aoste di J. B. de Tillier." Rivista Storica Italiana, 109, 1 (1997): 5-48 [on the idea of nobility].

Biagianti, I.  "Dalla 'Paix perpetuelle' alla neutralità generale: l'opera di Saint-Pierre in Italia nel XVIII secolo."  Rivista Storica Italiana, 110, 1 (1998): 222-50.

Ceretti M.  "Alessandro Verri fra illuminismo, preromanticismo e neoclassicismo. L'esempio delle tragedie storico-politiche."  Rivista Storica Italiana, 107, 1 (1995): 160-78.

Ceretti, M.  "Alessandro Verri e il problema delle sepolture."  Studi Settecenteschi, 15 (1995): 255-70.

Delpiano, P.  "Per una storia della divulgazione scientifica nel Piemonte del Settecento: il 'Giornale scientifico, letterario e delle arti' (1789-1790)."  Rivista Storica Italiana, 107, 1 (1995): 29-67.

Gaspari, G.  "Stendhal e il mito dell'école de Milan." Studi Settecenteschi, 15 (1995): 331-364.

* Ingamells, John. A Dictionary of British and Irish Travellers in Italy, 1701-1800. Compiled from the Brinsley Ford Archive.  Yale University Press, 1997. lii, 1070 pp.

Merlotti, A.  "A proposito di una recente riedizione della Vita di Pietro Giannone."  Rivista Storica Italiana, 2, 111 (1999): 543-81.

Palazzolo, M. I. "Il commercio della cultura nel Settecento."  Studi Storici, 40, 1 (1999): 315-28 ["the commerce of culture in the 18th century"].

Rao, A. M.  "Mezzogiorno e rivoluzione: trent'anni di storiografia."  Studi Storici, 36, 4 (1996): 981-1042 [approaches to the history of Southern Italy during the past thirty years].

Rao, A. M.  "Un 'letterato faticatore' nell'Europa del Settecento: Michele Torcia (1736-1808)." Rivista Storica Italiana, 107, 3 (1995): 647-726.

[see also titles by Mattone listed under Academia; by Merlotti listed under Bibliography]

Italy and the French Revolution - Italian Jacobinism

Ceretti, M.  "Alessandro Verri: lettere sulla Rivoluzione francese (1791-1800)."  Rivista Storica Italiana, 3, 109 (1997): 803-852.

Da Passano, M.  "Dalla democrazia direttoriale all'oligarchia senatoria: le vicende costituzionali della Repubblica Ligure (1797-1805)."  Studi Settecenteschi, 17 (1997): 287-334.

Di Rienzo, E. "'Ieri in Francia, oggi in Italia'. Neogiacobinismo e questione italiana nei manoscritti di Marc-Antoine Jullien de Paris (1796-1801)."  Studi Storici¸ 37, 1 (1996): 593-628.

Ferrone, V.  "L'illuminismo italiano e la rivoluzione napoletana del '99." Studi Storici, 40, 4 (1999): 993-1008.

Guerci, L.  "Incredulità e rigenerazione nella Lombardia del triennio repubblicano."  Rivista Storica Italiana, 109, 1 (1997): 49-120.

Villani, P.  "Agenti e diplomatici francesi in Italia durante la Rivoluzione. Eymar e la sua missione a Genova (1793)." Studi Storici, 36, 4 (1996):  957-76.

Villani, P.  "Rivoluzione e diplomazia: la prima missione Reinhard in Italia (1793)."  Studi Storici, 39, 3 (1998): 631-44.

 

ITALY - LITERATURE

Arato, F.  "La storiografia letteraria nel Settecento italiano. Note di lettura."  Studi Settecenteschi, 17 (1997): 21-49.

* Di Maio, M.  Il Cuore mangiato. Storia di un tema letterario dal Medioevo all'Ottocento.  Milan: Guerini e Associati, 1996.

Formica, M.  "Tra cielo e terra. Gli almanacchi romani del XVII e XVIII secolo." Studi Settecenteschi, 15 (1995_: 115-162 [on Almanacs in Rome].

Galasso, G.  "Rivoluzione francese e le lettere italiane: la prima grande opera di Paul Hazard."  Rivista Storica Italiana, 110, 1 (1998): 293-302.

Pasta, R.  "Per una rilettura de Il Caffè, 1764-1766."  Rivista Storica Italiana, 107, 3 (1995): 840-75.

§ Studi Settecenteschi, 16 (1996) is a special monographic issue on "Encyclopædias in 18th-century Italy" -- titles include G. Alfieri, "'Stile manifatturato' e 'stile instruttivo': la lingua nel progetto comunicativo dell'enciclopedismo italiano" (323-72); A. Barzazi, "Enciclopedismo e Ordini religiosi tra Sei e Settecento: la Biblioteca Universale di Vincenzo Coronelli" (61-84); P. Casini, "'On étudie et on raisonne en Italie'. Geometria, scienza e Lumi in Italia" (85-96); P. Del Negro, "Due progetti enciclopedici nel Veneto del tardo Settecento: dal patrizio Matteo Dandolo all'abate Giovanni Coi" (289-322); C. Donato,  "Fortunato Bartolomeo De Felice e l'edizione di Yveron dell'Encyclopédie" (373-96); C. Farinella, "Le traduzioni italiane della Cyclopaedia di Ephraim Chambers" (97-160); M. Infelise,  "Enciclopedie e pubblico a Venezia a meta Settecento: G. F. Pivati e i suoi dizionari" (161-90); F. A. Kafker, "L'influenza dell'Encyclopédie sulla tradizione enciclopedica del XVIII secolo" (477-88); S. Luzzatto, "La buona compagnia. Alessandro Zorzi e il progetto di una Nuova Enciclopedia Italiana" (267-88); C. Mangio, "Censura granducale, potere ecclesiastico ed editoria in Toscana: l'edizione livornese dell'Encyclopédie" (191-220); A. Tosi, "Le planches nelle edizioni toscane dell'Encyclopédie" (221-48); M. Verga, "Isidoro Bianchi e le 'Notizie de' Letterati'" (249-66).

 

JAPAN

* Pons, Philippe. Misère et crime au Japon, du XVIIe siècle à nos jours. Paris: Gallimard (coll. «Bibliothèque des sciences humaines»), 1999. 552 pp.

* Vaporis, Constantine Nomikos.  Breaking Barriers : Travel and the State in Early Modern Japan.  Harvard University Press (Harvard East Asia Monographs, 163), 1995.  400 pp. ISBN: 0674081072 

 

JUDAICA

Benchimol, Alex. "The Sephardic Heritage." The European Legacy, 5, 3 (2000): 421.

Lurbe, Pierre.  "John Toland and the Naturalization of the Jews." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 14 (1999): 37-48 [Reasons for Naturalizing the Jews (1714) counters Coke's definition of Jews as "perpetual enemies," reads Jewish history in secular light, & anticipates toleration].

* Sarfati, Georges-Elia, Discours ordinaires et identités juives. La représentation des Juifs et du judaïsme dans les dictionnaires et les encyclopédies du Moyen Âge au XXe siècle. Berg international (coll. «Faits et représentations»), 1999. 312 pp. Préface de Jean-Pierre Faye. ISBN: 2 91128 918 8.

 

LATIN AMERICA, BRAZIL, MEXICO, NEW SPAIN

* Arbena, Joseph L. (comp.). Latin American Sport: An Annotated Bibliography, 1988-1998. Westport, CT: Greenwood (Bibliographies and Indexes on Sports History, 3), 1999. 264 pp.

* Kirkwood, Burton. The History of Mexico. Westport, CT: Greenwood, 2000. 272 pp., maps.

* Soublin, Jean.  Histoire de l'Amazonie.  Paris: Payot, 2000.  346 pp.

 

MARITIME HISTORY

* Krajeski, Paul C. In the Shadow of Nelson: The Naval Leadership of Admiral Sir Charles Cotton, 1753-1812.  Greenwood, 2000. 256pp. ISBN 0-313-31039-4

* Legohérel, Henri.  Histoire de la Marine française.  Paris: Presses universitaires de France (coll. «Que sais-je ?», 342), 1999. ISBN: 2 13 049626 1.

* Rosove, Michael H.  Let Heroes Speak: Antarctic Explorers, 1772-1922. U.S. Naval Institute Press, 2000.  320 pp. ISBN 1-55750-967-0.

 

MATERIAL CULTURE 
& THE DECORATIVE ARTS

Beard, Geoffrey, and Bruce Bailey. "Two State Beds: Belvoir and Drayton." Apollo, 151, n.s. 455(January 2000): 49 [examination of two beds, 1696 and 1701-2 respectively].

Coleridge, Anthony. "English furniture supplied for Croome Court: Robert Adam and the 6th Earl of Coventry." Apollo, 151, n.s. 456 (February 2000): 8-19.

González-Palacios, Alvar. "Addenda a Luigi Valadier." Gazette des Beaux-Arts, 135, 1573 (février 2000): 117-128 [in Italian, with abstract in French; decorative art for Borghese palace 1773-74].

Manfredi, Tommaso. "Designs by Filippo Juvarra for the convent of S. Maria dell'Umilità in Rome." The Burlington Magazine, 142,1163 (February 2000): 101-103.

Rowell, Christopher. "Grinling Gibbons's Carved Room at Petworth." Apollo, 151, n.s. 458 (April 2000): 19-26.

Tavella, Mario. "A set of Roman neo-classical armchairs at Ickworth." Apollo, 151, n.s. 458(April 2000): 49-53.

Von Solodkoff, Alexander. "A Lost 'Machine d'Argent' of 1754 by François-Thomas Germain for the Duke of Mecklenburg." Studies in the Decorative Arts VII, no. 2 (Spring-Summer 2000): 122-135. [a silver table centerpiece].

 

MISCELLANEOUS

Coleman, Patrick.  «Introduction: Life-Writing and the Legitimation of the Modern Self», in Patrick Coleman, Jayne Lewis & Jill Kowalik, eds., Representations of the Self from the Renaissance to Romanticism (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2000), pp. 1-15. ISBN: 0-521-66146- 3.

* Doueihi, M.  Histoire perverse du coeur humain.  Paris: Seuil, 1996.

* Drazin, David. Croquet: A Bibliography: Specialist Books and Pamphlets Complete to 1997. New Castle, DE: Oak Knoll Press; Winchester, U.K.: St. Paul's Bibliographies, 2000. 528 pp., ill.

* Dreyfus, Françoise.  l'Invention de la bureaucratie. Servir l'État en France, en Grande-Bretagne et aux États-Unis (XVIIIe-XXe siècle).  Paris: la Découverte (coll. «Textes à l'appui»), 2000.  290 pp.

* Fumaroli, Marc (édit.).  Histoire de la rhétorique dans l'Europe moderne. 1450-1950.  Paris: Presses universitaires de France, 1999. 1376 pp. ISBN: 2 13 049526 5.

* Gély-Ghedira, Véronique. la Nostalgie du moi. Écho dans la littérature européenne. Paris: Presses universitaires de France (coll. «Littératures européennes»), 2000. 432 pp. ISBN: 2 13 050475 2.

* Gingras, Yves, Peter Keating et Camille Limoges. Du scribe au savant. Les porteurs du savoir, de l'Antiquité à la révolution industrielle. Paris: Presses universitaires de France (coll. «Science, histoire et société»), 2000. 368 pp. ISBN: 2 13 050319 5.

Jarvik, Laurence A. «I Am Violently against Anything that Presents Itself as Inevitable: An Interview with Marc Fumaroli». article électronique, The Idler, 2, 27, 192000. Localisation: http://www.the-idler.com/  ["Marc Fumaroli explains the vital nature of the recurring quarrel between the Ancients and Moderns, the dangers of the Enlightenment, the perils of globalization, and suggests Proust, Malraux, Camus, and Sartre have been overrated..."]

Karian, Stephen. "Some Current Publications." Restoration, 23 (1999): 57-67.

Miller, Peter N., «The "Man of Learning" Defended: Seventeenth-Century Biographies of Scholars and an Early Modern Ideal of Excellence», dans Patrick Coleman, Jayne Lewis et Jill Kowalik (édit.), Representations of the Self from the Renaissance to Romanticism (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2000), pp. 39-62. ISBN: 0 521 66146 3.

Porter, John. "Some Current Publications." Restoration, 23 (1999): 93-110.

Ramsey, Rachel. "Some Current Publications." Restoration, 24 (2000): 35-50.

Siskin, Clifford. "Recent Studies in the Restoration and Eighteenth Century." Studies in English Literature, 39 (1999): 597-644.

* Toth, Imre.  Palimpseste. Propos avant un triangle.  Paris: Presses universitaires de France et Collège international de philosophie, 2000. 494 p.

* Vovelle, Michel (ed.). Enlightenment Portraits. Translated by Lydia G. Cochrane. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1997. 456 pp.  ISBN 0-226-86568-1 (cloth); 0-226-86570-3 (paper).  [Includes Michel Vovelle, Introduction (1); Pierre Serna, "The Noble" (30); Jean-Paul Bertaud, "The Soldier" (85); Louis Bergeron, "The Businessman" (122); Roger Chartier, "The Man of Letters" (142); Vincenzo Ferrone, "The Man of Science" (190); Daniel Arrasse, "The Artist" (226); Marie-Noëlle Bourguet, "The Explorer" (257); Carlo Capra, "The Functionary" (316); Dominique Julia, "The Priest" (356); & Dominique Godineau, "The Woman" (393).

§ Rivista Storica Italiana, 108, 2-3, 1996 is a monographic issue on Franco Venturi: "Franco Venturi. Politica e storia" - titles include B. Baczko, "Textes hommes et idées: entre Le vrai système et La jeunesse de Diderot" (732-41); D. Beales, "Franco Venturi and Joseph II's Grande progetto" (742-50); M. Berengo, "Franco Venturi e la biografia" 717-26); De Maddalena,"Lumi e monete. Breve premessa ad un saggio" (830-36); F. Diaz, "Il Settecento di Franco Venturi dalla storia dell'Illuminismo alla storia del mondo" 649-77); G. Galasso, "Vico nel Settecento di Venturi" (678-716); H.S. Hughes, "Franco Venturi and the Untamed" (727-31); R.B. Litchfield, "The English Translation of Settecento Riformatore and its Anglo-American Reception" (755-70); H. Mizuta, "Franco Venturi in Japan - with a personal recollection" (789-91); R. Mortier, "Franco Venturi et sa Jeunesse de Diderot" (751-54); V.V. Pugacëv, "La polemica di Franco Venturi con Nikolaj Michajlovic Druzinin (1962-64) e la storiografia sovietica" (771-88); G. Ricuperati, "Categoria e identità: Franco Venturi e il concetto di Illuminismo" (550-648); J. Robertson, "The Scottish Enlightenment" (792-829); L. Valiani, "Una testimonianza" (507-549); F. Venturi, "Ernesto Sestan e la 'Rivista Storica Italiana' (Un inedito)" (502-506).

 

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

* Demos, John.  Une captive heureuse chez les Iroquois (Histoire d'une famille de Nouvelle-Angleterre au début du XVIIIe siècle). Québec et Paris: Presses de l'Université Laval et l'Harmattan, 1999. 356 pp. Traduction de Berthe Fouchier-Axelsen.

Taukchiray, Wes. "American Indian References in the South Carolina Gazette and Country Journal, Royal South Carolina Gazette, South Carolina Gazette and Public Advertiser, and State Gazette of South Carolina, 1766-1792." South Carolina Historical Magazine, 100 (1999): 298-318.

[See title by Pitcher listed under Bibliography; see title by Lewis listed under Cartography, by Sebastiani listed under Encyclopædia Britannica]

 

NETHERLANDS

Hoock-Demarle, Marie-Claire. «Bettina von Arnim et ses écrivains». Textuel, 27, février 1994, pp. 31-40. Revue de l'U.F.R. «Science des textes et documents» publiée avec le concours du Conseil scientifique de l'Université Paris 7-Denis Diderot. ISSN: 0766-4451.

Rotondò, A.  "Stampa periodica olandese e opinione pubblica europea nel Settecento. La 'Bibliotèque raisonnée' (1728-1753)." Rivista Storica Italiana, 110, 1 (1998) 166-221 [Dutch periodical press and European public opinion].

 

THE OCCULT, DREAMS, MYSTERIES,
WITCHCRAFT, &C.

Di Simplicio, O.  "L'Inquisizione a Siena. I processi di stregoneria (1580-1721)."  Studi Storici, 40, 4 (1999): 1087-1721.

Porret, Michel. «Magiciens, "devineresses" ou imposteurs ? La répression des "superstitions" au XVIIIe siècle: l'exemple genevois», dans Benoît Garnot (édit.), la Petite Délinquance du Moyen Âge à l'époque contemporaine (Dijon: Éditions universitaire de Dijon [coll. «Publications de l'Université de Bourgogne», XC, «Série du Centre d'études historiques», 8]], pp. 455-464.

Porret, Michel. «Les "Pensées nocturnes de Pierre Frémont, libraire et 'explicateur des songes'" à Genève au XVIIIe siècle». Nouvelle revue française, 449 (juin 1990): 108-117. Suivi du texte des «Pensées nocturnes», p. 118-133.

Porret, Michel. «Rêver de s'enrichir ou s'enrichir en rêvant. Les "pensées nocturnes" du Genevois Pierre Frémont, dit Butini, libraire et "explicateur de songes" (1774)», Revue d'histoire moderne et contemporaine, 1, 1991, p. 22-50.

 

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

* Burton, Audrey.  The Bukharans : A Dynastic, Diplomatic, and Commercial History, 1550-1702.  St. Martins Press, 1997.  530 pp.  ISBN: 0312173873

 

PHILOSOPHY

Allegri, F.  "La Review di Price e il fondamento della virtù."  Studi Settecenteschi, 18 (1998): 65-88.

Baker, Gordon. "Seventeenth-Century Philosophy." British Journal For The History Of Philosophy, 8, 2 (June 2000): 353-74.

* Benítez, Miguel. La Face cachée des Lumières: Recherches sur les manuscrits philosophiques clandestins de l'âge classique. Paris: Universitas, 1996. v, 456 pp.

Bianchi, P.  "Peter Gay e l'Illuminismo. Philosophes e modernità nel laboratorio di uno 'storico sociale delle idee.'"  Rivista storica italiana, 107, 3 (1995): 727-830.

Brunetti, F.  "Sulla ragione illuministica."  Studi Settecenteschi, 17 (1997): 367-406 [on 'Enlightenment reason'].

Champion, Justin. "Ecrasez l'infame: Clever Clerics and the Politics of Knowledge?" British Journal for the History of Philosophy, 8, 1 (March 2000): 149-58.

Casado, Loreto, «Présence des Lumières à l'Académie de Berlin: Samuel Formey», Littérature et nation, 21 (1999):59s. [Revue d'histoire des représentations littéraires et artistiques publiée par l'Université François-Rabelais de Tours. ISSN: 1146-2698.]

Cedronio, M.  "Illuminismo e Modernità."  Studi Storici, 39, 1 (1998): 41-66 [on Enlightenment and Modernity].

Contarini, S. «Il sogno della "maîtrise de soi"», dans D. Gallingani et M. Tagliani (édit.), I sogni della conoscenza. Les rêves du savoir. Actes du séminaire de l'Université de Bologne - Paris 7-Diderot (Bologna, 1998), Firenze (CET, 2000).

D'Hondt, Jacques.  «Hegel et le couple France-Allemagne». Littérature et nation, 21 (1999):139s. [Revue d'histoire des représentations littéraires et artistiques publiée par l'Université François-Rabelais de Tours. ISSN: 1146-2698.]

* Gallingani D. et M. Tagliani (édit.).  I sogni della conoscenza. Les rêves du savoir. Actes du séminaire de l'Université de Bologne - Paris 7-Diderot (Bologna, 1998). Firenze: CET, 2000.

Goulemot, Jean M.  «Histoire littéraire et histoire des idées du XVIIIe siècle à l'épreuve de la Révolution». Modern Language Notes, 114 (1999): 629-646.

Le Rider, Jacques.  «La vie, l'histoire et la mémoire dans la 2nde Considération inactuelle de Nietzsche», Littérature et nation, 21 (1999): 159s. [Revue d'histoire des représentations littéraires et artistiques publiée par l'Université François-Rabelais de Tours. ISSN: 1146-2698.]

* Levin, David Michael.  The Philosopher's Gaze: Modernity in the Shadows of Enlightenment. University of California Press, 1999.

Lloyd, Genevieve. "The Emotions in the Seventeenth Century." British Journal for the History of Philosophy, 8, 1 (March 2000): 141-8.

* Price, John; John Stephens, & John Yolton, eds.  The Dictionary of Eighteenth-Century British Philosophers.  Bristol: Thoemmes, 2000.  2 vols., 1034 pp.  ISBN 1-85506-123-6 -- and see review by James Harris, "Enlightenment's empire: A century's struggle to understand the harmony of science and religion," TLS, 5066 (May 5, 2000): 30-31 [gratitude to Thoemmes "turns into deep indeptedness"].

Raphael, D.D. "Critical Editions." British Journal for the History of Philosophy, 8, 1 (March 2000): 159-66.

Smith, Roger.  "Intellectual history and modern brain science."  Intellectual News, 6-7 (Winter 2000): 81-92.

Stella, V. G.  "Linguet philosophe.Studi Settecenteschi, 18 (1998):  89-158.

Williams, Bernard.  "Philosophy as a Humanistic Discipline."  Royal Institute of Philosophy Annual Lecture, 2000.  Available online: http://www.royalinstitutephilosophy.org/articles/williams_lecture.htm 

AESTHETICS

Gurstein, Rochelle/ "Taste and 'the Conversible World' in the Eighteenth Century." Journal of the History of Ideas. 61, 2 (April, 2000): 203-221.

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

BURKE

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

 DESCARTES, CARTESIANISM

Kagawa, Chiaki.  "The Mind-Body Debate: Studies of Descartes' philosophy in Japan."  Intellectual News, 6-7 (Winter 2000): 70-81.

Reiss, Timothy J., «Revising Descartes: On Subject and Community», dans Patrick Coleman, Jayne Lewis et Jill Kowalik (édit.), Representations of the Self from the Renaissance to Romanticism (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2000), pp. 16-38. ISBN: 0 521 66146 3.

Spallanzani, M.. «Dal "Dictionnaire des songes" di Descartes all'Encyclopédie di Diderot e D'Alembert». dans D. Gallingani et M. Tagliani (édit.), I sogni della conoscenza. Les rêves du savoir. Actes du séminaire de l'Université de Bologne - Paris 7-Diderot (Bologna, 1998), Firenze (CET, 2000).

Spallanzani, M. F.  "Philosophus-Philosophe. Descartes e gli illuministi francesi."  Studi Settecenteschi, 15 (1995): 83-114.

DIDEROT

* Diderot, Denis.   Pensées philosophiques.  Marcq-en-Baroeul: Association Vergeures & Pontuseaux associés, 2000. 160 pp. Reprint de l'édition originale de 1746 offert en souscription à l'adresse: http://www.galaxidion.com/diderot/index.html 

FICHTE

Goubet, Jean-François.  «Aufklärung et histoire pragmatique de l'esprit humain dans la première philosophie de Fichte», Littérature et nation, 21 (1999):79s. [Revue d'histoire des représentations littéraires et artistiques publiée par l'Université François-Rabelais de Tours. ISSN: 1146-2698.]

La Volpa, Anthony J.  «Fichte's Road to Kant», dans Patrick Coleman, Jayne Lewis et Jill Kowalik (édit.), Representations of the Self from the Renaissance to Romanticism (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2000), pp. 200-229. ISBN: 0 521 66146 3.

§ Revue internationale de philosophie, 206, 4 (décembre 1998). «Fichte, doctrine de la science, nova methodo ». 

HUME

Abbruzzese, John. "Garrett on the Theological Objection to Hume's Compatibilism." British Journal For The History Of Philosophy, 8, 2 (June 2000): 345-52.

Baxter, Donald L.M. "Hume's Labyrinth Concerning the Idea of Personal Identity." Hume Studies, 24 (1998): 203-33.

Bongie, L. L.  «Hume, David», dans Raymond Trousson et Frédéric S. Eigeldinger (édit.), Dictionnaire de Jean-Jacques Rousseau (Paris: Honoré Champion éditeur [coll. «Dictionnaires & références», 1), 1996), pp. 423-27. ISBN: 2-85203-604-5.

Davie, William. "Hume's General Point of View." Hume Studies, 24 (1998): 275-294.

Fieser, James. "Hume's Wide View of the Virtues: An Analysis of his Early Critics." Hume Studies, 24 (1998): 295-311.

Khamara, Edward J. "Hume Against Locke on the Causal Principle." British Journal For The History Of Philosophy, 8, 2 (June 2000): 339-44.

* Le Jallé, Éléonore.  Hume et la régulation morale.  Paris: Presses universitaires de France (coll. «Philosophies», 121), 1999. 136 pp. ISBN: 2 13 49899 x.

Loptson, Peter.  "Hume, Multiperspectival Pluralism, and Authorial Voice." Hume Studies, 24 (1998): 313-334.

Neill, Alex.  " 'An Unaccountable Pleasure': Hume on Tragedy and the Passions." Hume Studies, 24 (1998): 335-54.

Waxman, Wayne.  "The Point of Hume's Skepticism with Regard to Reason: The Primacy of Facility Affect in the Theory of Human Understanding." Hume Studies, 24 (1998): 235-73.

HUTCHESON

Brown, Michael.  "Francis Hutcheson and the Molesworth Connection."  Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 14 (1999): 62-76 [relationship not only based on political issues, buy on shared interest in improvement, empirical sciences, & aesthetics]

KANT

Bayne, Steven M. "Kant's Answer to Hume: How Kant Should Have Tried to Stand Hume's Copy Thesis on Its Head." British Journal For The History Of Philosophy, 8, 2 (June 2000): 207-24.

* Duchesneau, François, Guy Lafrance et Claude Piché (édit.). Kant actuel. Essais en hommage à Pierre Laberge. Montréal et Paris: Bellarmin et Vrin (coll. «Analytiques»), 2000. ISBN: 2-89007-909-0.

Goulemot, Jean M.  «Lumières et Aufklärung, le cas Emmanuel Kant».  Littérature et nation, 21 (1999): 13-22. [Revue d'histoire des représentations littéraires et artistiques publiée par l'Université François-Rabelais de Tours. ISSN: 1146-2698.]

Hanna, Robert. "Kant, Truth and Human Nature." British Journal For The History Of Philosophy, 8, 2 (June 2000): 225-50."

Kuehn, Manfred. "The Bibliography of Kant Literature." North American Kant Society Newsletter, 15, 1 (Winter 2000): 5-30.

Morais, Marceline.  «Le concept de souverain bien dans la philosophie d'Emmanuel Kant», Montréal, Université de Montréal, thèse de doctorat, 1999. Dir.: Claude Piché et Daniel Dumouchel.

* Rogozinski, Jacob. le Don de la loi. Kant et l'énigme de l'éthique. Paris: Presses universitaires de France )coll. «Collège international de philosophie». série «Bibliothèque»), 1999. 352 pp. ISBN: 2-13-049822-1.

* Roy, Jean. le Souffle de l'espérance. Le politique entre le rêve et la raison. Montréal: Bellarmin, 2000. 612 pp. Sur Kant. ISBN: 2-89007-905-8.

Waszek, Norbert, «Le cadre européen de l'historiographie allemande à l'époque des Lumières et la philosophie de l'histoire de Kant», Littérature et nation, 21 (1999): 23s. [Revue d'histoire des représentations littéraires et artistiques publiée par l'Université François-Rabelais de Tours. ISSN: 1146-2698.]

[See also title by Bennington listed under France - Literature - Sade;  by Lequan listed under History of Science; by Botul listed under History of Sexuality]

LA METTRIE

* La Mettrie.  Sur le bonheur.  Paris: l'Arche (coll. «Tête-à-tête»), 2000.  128 pp. ISBN: 2-85181-461-3.

LOCKE

Magri, Tito. "Locke, Suspension Of Desire, And The Remote Good." British Journal for the History of Philosophy, 8, 1 (March 2000): 55-70.

MALEBRANCHE

Pessin, Andrew. "Malebranche's Doctrine of Freedom / Consent And The Incompleteness Of God's Volitions." British Journal for the History of Philosophy, 8, 1 (March 2000): 21-54.

ROUSSEAU

Palma, Marco di. «Rousseau's Enlightenment Ethics: The Synthesis of Materialism and Morals». SVEC, 5 (2000).

SCOTTISH ENLIGHTENMENT

Minuti, R.  "Storia nazionale e cultura illuministica nella Scozia del Settecento."  Storia della Storiografia, 28 (1995): 87-97.

Sebastiani, Silvia. "Progress, National Characters, and Race in the Scottish Enlightenment." Eighteenth-Century Scotland, 14 (Spring 2000):  11-15.

Sebastiani, S.  "Storia universale e teoria stadiale negli Sketches of the History of Man di Lord Kames."  Studi Storici, 39, 1 (1998):  113-136.

[see title by Marciano & Pelissier listed under History of Science]

SPINOZA

* Boucher, Wayne I.  Spinoza in English: A Bibliography from the Seventeenth Century to the Present. Rev. 2nd ed., with a New Preface by Manfred Walther. Bristol: Thoemmes Press, 1999.  356 pp.

Laursen, John Christian.  "Spinoza in Denmark and the Fall of Struensee, 1770-1772." Journall of the History of Ideas, 61, 2 (April, 2000): 189-202.

Segal, Gideon. "Beyond Subjectivity: Spinoza's Cognitivism of the Emotions." British Journal for the History of Philosophy, 8, 1 (March 2000): 1-20.

van Bunge, Wiep.  "A new research project: Cartesianism, Spinozism, and Empiricism, 1650-1750."   Intellectual News, 6-7 (Winter 2000): 100-106.

van Bunge, Wiep.  "Spinoza in English, 1700-1900."  Intellectual News, 6-7 (Winter 2000): 65-70 [review essay].

TOLAND

[see also title by Champion listed under Bibliography; by Duddy listed under History of Religion - Deism; by Lurbe listed under Judaica]

VICO

* Stone, Harold Samuel. Vico's Cultural History: The Production and Transmission of Ideas in Naples, 1685-1750.  Leiden and New York: E. J. Brill (Studies in Intellectual History, 73), 1997. xxiv, 320 pp.

 

POLITICAL THOUGHT

* Antoine, Agnès. Maine de Biran. Sujet et politique. Paris: Presses universitaires de France (coll. «Philosophies», 122), 1999. 136 pp. ISBN: 2 13 049945 7.

Di Rienzo, E.  "'Illuminismo Politico'? Alcuni problemi di metodo sulla storiografia politica del Settecento."  Studi Storici, 36, 4 (1995):  977-1010.

* Hunter, Michael, Giles Mandelbrote, Richard Ovenden, and Nigel Smith. A Radical's Books: The Library Catalogue of Samuel Jeake of Rye, 1623-1690. Woodbridge, Suffolk, U.K.: Boydel and Brewer; Rochester, NY: D. S. Brewer, 1999. lxxiv, 364 pp., ill.

* Jaume, Lucien (édit.).  Coppet, creuset de l'esprit libéral. Les idées politiques et constitutionnelles du groupe de madame de Staèl.  Economica et Presses universitaires d'Aix-Marseille, 2000.  244 pp.

Jaurès, Jean.  «Des premiers linéaments du socialisme allemand chez Luther, Kant, Fichte et Hegel», dans Philosopher à trente ans (Paris: Fayard [coll. «Œuvres de Jean Jaurès», 3], 1999). Édition d'Annick Taburet-Wajngart.

* Klibansky, Raymond.  le Philosophe et la mémoire du siècle. Tolérance, liberté et philosophie. Entretiens avec Georges Leroux.  Montréal: Boréal (coll. «Boréal Compact»), 1999 (1998).  316 pp.

Rao, A. M.  "La rivoluzione francese e la scoperta della politica." Studi Storici, 36, 1 (1996): 163-214.

Robrieux, J.-J. «Oppositions d'idées et réfutation dans le Traité sur la tolérance. Étude rhétorico-argumentative». SVEC, 5 (2000). 

* Sheldon, Garrett Ward. The Political Philosophy of James Madison. Johns Hopkins University Press, December 2000. 152pp. ISBN 0-8018-6479-8

Stuurman, Siep.  "The Creation of concepts in political theory: The invention of modern equality."  Intellectual News, 6-7 (Winter 2000): 41-51.

[see also title by Brown listed under Philosophy - Hutcheson]

MONTESQUIEU

Bienenstock, Myriam. «Aux origines du progrès: la liberté des Barbares ? Hegel face à Montesquieu».  Littérature et nation, 21 (1999): 97s.  [Revue d'histoire des représentations littéraires et artistiques publiée par l'Université François-Rabelais de Tours. ISSN: 1146-2698]

* Larrère, Catherine.  Actualité de Montesquieu.  Paris: Presses de sciences po, 1999. 

* Larrère, Catherine et Catherine Volpilhac-Auger (édit.).  1748 l'année de «l'Esprit des lois». Paris: Honoré Champion, 1999.  192 pp.  ISBN: 2-7453-0113-6.

ROUSSEAU

Birn, R. "Rousseau senza frontiere."  Rivista Storica Italiana, 107, 3 (1995): 575-613.

* Purdy, Jedediah.  For Common Things: Irony, Trust and Commitment in America Today.  New York: Knopf, 1999.  256 pp. [Un texte porte sur Rousseau.]

SHAFTESBURY

Francesconi, D.  "Il pensiero politico di Shaftesbury. Filosofia, politica e incivilimento nel primo Settecento inglese."  Studi Settecenteschi, 15 (1995): 43-82.

 

ROMANIA

* Cuisenier, Jean.  Mémoires des Carpates. La Roumanie millénaire, un regard intérieur. Paris: Plon (coll. «Terre humaine», 2000.  576 pp.

* Klein, W. et B. Sändig (édit.), Zur Rezeption der Aufklkärung in der Romania im 19/20 Jahrhundert, Rheinfelden, Schäuble Verlag, 1993.

 

RUSSIA, RUSSIAN EMPIRE - HISTORY

[see titles about Peter the Great listed under France - Literature - Voltaire]

 

SCOTLAND - HISTORY

Sher, Richard B. "Two New Tools for Scottish Genealogical Research." Eighteenth-Century Scotland, 14 (Spring 2000):  15-16

 

SCOTLAND - LITERATURE

* Davis, Leith. Acts of Union: Scotland and the literary negotiation of the British nation, 1707-1830. Stanford University Press, 1998. ISBN 0-8047-3269-8.

Moore, Dafydd. "Ossian, chivalry and the politics of genre: the case of Fingal King of Morven, a knight-errant." British Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies, 23 (Spring 2000): 21-35 [redefining the significance of the epic controversy].

BOSWELL

* Martin, Peter. A Life of James Boswell. Yale University Press, October 2000.  624 pp. ISBN 0-300-08489-7

[see also title by Reed listed under Bibliography].

 

SPAIN

* Frey, Matthias. Die spanische Aktiengesellschaft im 18. Jahrhundert und unter dem Código de Comercio von 1829. Frankfurt am Main & New York: Peter Lang, 1999. xiv, 333 pp.

Fuentes, Juan Francisco. & Javier Fernández Sebastian. "The Concept of Revolution in Nineteenth-Century Spain." The European Legacy, 5, 3 (2000): 353-64.

* Trigueros, Cándido María. Los menestrales. Ed. by Francisco Aguilar Piñal. Seville: Ayuntamiento de Carmona-Universidad de Sevilla, 1997. ISBN: 84-472-0398-0.

 

SWITZERLAND

[see  title by Catling listed under Germany - Literature]

 

THEATRE HISTORY

Brady, Susan. "Library Internet Resources: Conducting Performing Arts Research Online." Theatre Survey, 40 (1999): 97-104.

ENGLAND

Glen, Robert. "'Adieu the Delights of the Stage': An Anti-Methodist Song of 1746." Notes and Queries, n.s. 46, (1999): 350-56 [the impact of the conversion of John Rich's wife Priscilla to Methodism on his theatre].

FRANCE

* Bartlet, M. Elizabeth C.  Étienne-Nicolas Méhul and Opera: Source and Archival Studies of Lyric Theatre during the French Revolution, Consulate and Empire.  Heilbronn:  Musik-Ed. Galland (coll. «Études sur l'opéra français du 19e siècle/Studien zur französischen Oper des 19 Jahrhunderts», 4), 1999, 2 vol.

Mannucci, E. J. "'Rivale del teatro di Atene'. I rivoluzionari francesi e l'arte drammatica."  Rivista Storica Italiana, 110, 1 (1998): 251-93 [French Revolutionaries and theatre].

* Ravel, Jeffrey S. The Contested Parterre: Public Theater and French Political Culture, 1680-1791.  Cornell University Press, 1999.

SPAIN

* Lafarga, Francisco, ed. El teatro europeo en la España del siglo XVIII. Lleida: Edicions Universitat de Lleida, 1997. ISBN 84-89727-24-4.

 

THEORY, CRITICISM

* Aravamudan, Srinivas.  Tropicopolitans: Colonialism and Agency, 1688-1804.  Duke University Press, 2000.  -- and see review by Kate Teltscher, "Petting Oroonoko," TLS 5068 (May 19, 2000): 27 ["An agile and theoretically sophisticated critic, Aravamudan has a taste for the bravura performance. . . . This book takes many gambles and is likely to excite and provoke those involved in post-colonial and eighteenth-century studies in equal measure . . . . the stakes have been raised."]

* Bannet, Eve Tavor.  The Domestic Revolution: Enlightenment Feminisms and the Novel. Johns Hopkins University Press,  2000 . 296 pp.  ISBN 0-8018-6416-X (cloth); 0-8018-6417-8 (paper)

Brunet, Étienne.  «Le mot texte dans les textes».  Texte, 12 (1992):  91-110. ISSN: 0715-8920; ISBN: 0-920615-34-1.

* Burgass, Catherine.  Challenging Theory: Discipline After Deconstruction.  Aldershot: Ashgate, 2000.  188 pp.  ISBN 1-84014-680-X -- and see untitled review by Robert Eaglestone, TLS, 5066 (May 5, 2000):  33 [belongs to the category of "poorly argued kneejerk reactions" attacking theory].

* Gamble, Sarah, ed.  The Icon Critical Dictionary of Feminism and Postmodernism.  Cambridge: Icon, 1999.  370 pp.  ISBN 1-84046-042-3 (paper)

* Gold, Penny Schine, & Benjamin C. Sax, eds.  Cultural Vision: Essays in the History of Culture.  Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2000.  308 pp.  ISBN 90-420-04980-8

* Goodheart, Eugene.  Modernism and the Critical Spirit.  Transaction, 2000.  ISBN: 0-7658-0698-3 (paper)

Gronhovd, Anne-Marie. "Foucault and the Fortunes of Queer Theory." The European Legacy, 5, 3 (2000): 401-14.

* Johnson, Bond.  The Mode of Parody: An Essay at Definition and Six Studies.  Frankfurt am Main, &c: Peter Lang, 2000.  218 pp/  ISBN 3-631-35729-X; US-ISBN 0-8204-4380-8 (paper)

* Linton, Joan Pong.  The Romance of the New World: Gender and the Literary Formations of English Colonialism.  Cambridge University Press, 2000.  268 pp.  ISBN 0-521-59454-5 -- and see review by Paul Suttie, "Caliban in the colonies," TLS, 5068 (May 19, 2000): 27 ["...the mental map the English, in particular, applied to their colonial experience...was to a very significant degree drawn according to the literary conventions of romance -- that the men in question were, consciously or otherwise, at pains to make romance heroes of themselves -- and this at a time when the genre of romance was itself undergoing radical changes that were redefining the ideal manhood of its protagonists."]

* Moi, Toril.  What is a Woman? And Other Essays.  Oxford University Press, 2000.  517 pp.  ISBN 0-19-812242-X -- and see review by Elizabeth Fallaizee, "De Beauvoir embodied," TLS, 5069 (May 26, 2000): 31.

* Myrsiades, Kostas, & Linda Myrsiades, eds.  Un-Disciplining Literature: Literature, Law, and Culture.  New York &c.: Peter Lang, 1999.  303 pp.  ISBN 0-8204-4541-X (paper).

* Peters, John Durham.  Speaking into the Air: A History of the Idea of Communication.  University of Chicago Press, 2000.  293 pp.  ISBN 0-226-66276-4 -- and see brief review by Albert Borgmann, TLS, 5068 (May 19, 2000): 32.

Rousseau, G.S. "Foucault and the Fortunes of Queer Theory." The European Legacy, 5, 3 (June 2000): 401-14.

* Schick, Irvin Cemil.  The Erotic Margin: Sexuality and Spirituality in Alterist Discourse.  Verso, 2000.  315 pp.  ISBN 1-85984-732-3 -- and see review by Kate Teltscher, "Petting Oroonoko," TLS 5068 (May 19, 2000): 27.

§ Women: a Cultural Review, 11, 1-2 (Spring-Summer 2000) is a special issue entitled "At the Millennium: Interrogating Gender." Titles include: Gillian Beer, "Narrative Swerves: Grand Narratives and the Disciplines" (2); Elisabeth Bronfen, "The Language of Hysteria: A Misappropriation of the Master Narratives" (7); Lynne Segal, "Only Contradictions on Offer" (19); Regenia Gagnier, "The Functions of Class at the Present Time: Including Taste, or Sex and Class as Culture" (37); Lola Young, "What is Black British Feminism?" (45); Elleke Boehmer, "East Is East and South Is South: The Cases of Sarojini Naidu and Arundhati Roy" (61); Susheila Nasta, "Beyond the Millennium: Black Women's Writing" (71); Mary Jacobus, "The Unexpected: Bionic Woman at the Millennium" (77); John Fletcher, "Gender, Sexuality and the Theory of Seduction" (95); Rachel Bowlby, "The Ultimate Shopper" (109); Diane Elam, "Women on the Edge of Modernity" (118); Elaine Showalter, "Laughing Medusa: Feminist Intellectuals at the Millennium" (131); Jacqueline Rose, "What Does Feminism Want?" (139).

 

U.S. - COLONIAL & FEDERAL HISTORY

* Ackerman, Bruce.  Au nom du peuple. Les fondements de la démocratie américaine.  Paris, Calmann-Lévy: 1999.  435 pp. Traduction de Jean-Fabien Spitz.

* Adamson, Lynda G. Notable Women in American History: A Guide to Recommended Biographies and Autobiographies. Westport, CT: Greenwood, 1999. 464 pp. 

* Appleby, Joyce.  Inheriting the Revolution:  -- and see review by Robert Middlekauff, "Break with the past: How the first Americans saw themselves," TLS, 5072 (June 16, 2000): 4-6.

* Barbuto, Domenica M. The American Settlement Movement: A Bibliography.  Greenwood Press (Bibliographies and Indexes in American History, 42), 1999.  136 pp.

* Butler, Jon.  Becoming America: The Revolution Before 1776.  Harvard University Press, 2000.  320 pp.  ISBN 0-674-00091-9 -- and see review by Robert Middlekauff, "Break with the past: How the first Americans saw themselves," TLS, 5072 (June 16, 2000): 4-6.

* Dawson Matthew Q.  Partisanship and the Birth of America's Second Party, 1796-1800.  Greenwood Press, 2000. 264pp. ISBN 0-313-31046-7

* Dickinson, H.T. Britain and the American Revolution. London: Longman, 1998. ISBN 0-582-31839-4.

* Kamensky, Jane. Governing the Tongue: The Politics of Speech in Early New England. New York: Oxford University Press, 1997. xii, 291 pp.

* Linder,, Marc, & Lawrence S. Zacharias.  Of Cabbages and Kings County: Agriculture and the Formation of Modern Brooklyn.  University of Iowa Press, 2000.  478 pp.  ISBN 0-87745-670-4 (paper) -- and see brief review by Chase Madar, TLS, 5069 (May 26, 2000): 33.

Moore, Lucinda.  "Capturing America's Fight for Freedom."  Smithsonian, 31, 4 (July 2000): 44-53 [historical research supporting making of the Mel Gibson film The Patriot].

* Nester, William R. The Great Frontier War: Britain, France, and the Imperial Struggle for North America, 16078-1755.  Greenwood, 2000. 344 pp. ISBN 0-275-96772-7

Park, Edwards.  "Our Flag Was Still There."  Smithsonian, 31, 4 (July 2000): 22-26 [history, conservation of the original "star-spangled banner"].

* Schaefer, Christina K. Genealogical Encyclopedia of the Colonial Americas: A Complete Digest of the Records of All the Countries of the Western Hemisphere. Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Col., 1998.

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

* Wills, Gary.  A Necessary Evil: A History of the American Distrust of Government.  New York: Simon & Schuster, 2000.  365 pp.  ISBN 0-684-84489-3 -- and see review by Sebastian de Grazia, "A necessary evil is also a necessary good," TLS, 5069 (May 26, 2000): 12-13.

 

U.S. - COLONIAL & FEDERAL LITERATURE

* McCrossan, John A. Books and Reading in the Lives of Notable Americans: A Biographical Sourcebook. Westport, CT: Greenwood, 2000. xv, 267 pp. [incl. a few 18C figures; Franklin, Jefferson & Washington]/

* Murphy, Graham J., and Edward William Pitcher (ed.). The Irish in Popular Literature in the Early American Republic: Paddy Whacking.  Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen (Studies in British and American Magazines, 3), 1999. 428 pp.

* Newbury, Michael. Figuring Authorship in Antebellum America. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1997. viii, 251.

* Pitcher, Edward William. An Anthology of the Short Story in 18th and 19th Century America.  Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen (Studies in British and American Magazines, 6), 1999. 420 pp.

* Ranta, Judith A. (ed.). Women and Children of the Mills: An Annotated Guide to Nineteenth-Century American Textile Factory Literature.  Westport, CT: Greenwood (Bibliographies and Indexes in American Literature, 28), 1999. 352 pp. [lists 450 texts by and about workers published 1787-1900].

* Scheick, William J. Authority and Female Authorship in Colonial America. Lexington, University Press of Kentucky, 1998. x, 150 pp.

Silva, Alan J. "Increase Mather's 1693 Election Sermon: Rhetorical Innovation and the Reimagination of Puritan Authority." Early American Literature, 34 (1999): 48-77.

* Smith, Harold F. American Travellers Abroad: A Bibliography of Accounts Published before 1900. 2nd ed. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow, 1999. 400 pp.

* Stoddard, Roger E. "Third Addenda to [Frank Pierce] Hill's American Plays Printed 1714-1830 [1934]." The Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 93 (1999): 519-20.

* Williams, Julie Hedgepeth. The Significance of the Printed Word in Early America: Colonists' Thoughts on the Role of the Press.  Westport, CT: Greenwood (Contributions to the Study of Mass Media and Communications, 55), 1999. xii, 299 pp.

* Ziff, Larzer. Return Passages: Great American Travel Writing, 1780-1910. Yale University Press, January 2001. 320pp. ISBN 0-300-08236-3

[see also titles by Pitcher listed under Bibliography]

BRADSTREET

* Craig, Raymond. Concordance to the Complete Works of Anne Bradstreet. Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen Press, 1999.

EDWARDS

* Chamberlain, Ava, ed. The Works of Jonathan Edwards. Volume 18: The "Miscellanies," 501-832. Yale University Press,  2000. 672 pp. ISBN 0-300-08330-0

WHEATLEY

Mason, Julian. "'Ocean': A New Poem by Phillis Wheatley." Early American Literature, 34 (1999): 78-83.

 

  
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