No. 84

May 16, 2001

Greetings! Selected Readings is compiled and edited by Kevin Berland (C18-L's Dogsbody, Factotum, and Netwallah), with the generous assistance of the latest complement of the newly expanded Volunteer Fire Brigade, viz.,

  Paul Boland

  Christine DeZelar-Tiedman

  Amy Haley

  Roland Hall

  Millie Jackson

  Craig Lawson

  Jim May

  Benoît Melançon

  John Renjilian

  Giovanna Summerfield

  A.J. Wright

Acknowledgments to the Man in the Funny Hat, Professor Cadenza, Mr. Geoffrey Fuzzyblazer, the Operator of the Moderately Elegant Machines, the Superintendent of Clouds, and the Secret Admirer. This issue of Selected Readings is once again made possible by the Institute for Creative Insolvency in the New Intangible College.

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ACADEMIA, THE PROFESSION,
SCHOLARLY PUBLISHING, &c.

Aguolu, C.C., & E. Aguolu. "Scholarly publishing and Nigerian universities." Journal of Scholarly Publishing, 29, 2 (January 1998): 118-29.

Bennett, V. "Visual imagery and scholarly publishing: Reflections from an academic turned editor." Journal of Scholarly Publishing, 30, 4 (July 1999): 186-98.

* Butterworth, Ian, ed. Impact of Electronic Publishing on the Academic Community. Portland Press, 1998. ISBN: 1855781220 -- and see review by M. Williams, Journal of Scholarly Publishing, 30, 4 (July 1999): 205-208.

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

Ganu, K.M. "Scholarly publishing in Ghana: The role of Ghana Universities Press." Journal of Scholarly Publishing, 30, 3 (April 1999): 111-23.

* Grycz, Czeslaw J. Professional and Scholarly Publishing in the Digital Age. Association of American Publishers, 1997. 147 pp. ISBN: 0933636342 -- and see review by B. Barton, Journal of Scholarly Publishing, 29, 4 (July 1998): 234-36.

Islam, M. "Academic publishing and the university presses: The case in a developing region." Journal of Scholarly Publishing, 32, 1 (October 2000): 24-32 [Saudi Arabia].

Jaygbay, J. "Self-censorship in African scholarship and scholarly publishing." Journal of Scholarly Publishing, 29, 2 (January 1998): 112-17.

Jones, B.G, "Changing author relationships and competitive strategies of university publishers." Journal of Scholarly Publishing, 31, 1 (October 1999): 3-19.

Lipscombe, T. "The Golden Age of scholarly publishing." Journal of Scholarly Publishing, 30, 3 (April 1999): 138-45.

Lipscombe, T. "The greatest story ever sold: The pitfalls of publishing proceedings, etc." Journal of Scholarly Publishing, 31, 4 (July 2000): 179-88.

McNabb, R. "Making all the right moves: Foucault, journals, and the authorization of discourse." Journal of Scholarly Publishing, 31, 1 (October 1999): 20-41.

Morris, M. "Publishing perils, and how to survive them: A guide for graduate students." Cultural Studies, 12, 4 (October 1998): 498-512.

Pedersen, S. "Where, when, why: Academic authorship in the UK." Journal of Scholarly Publishing, 29, 3 (April 1998): 154-66.

Roman, J. "Intellectual life in relation to the universities, the publishing industry and the media." Ésprit, 3-4 (mars-avril 2000): 191-204 [in French].

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

Stortz, P.J., & E.L. Panayotidis. "The academic journal 101: The peer-reviewed student journal in the graduate curriculum." Journal of Scholarly Publishing, 29, 2 (January 1998): 101-11.

Teute, Fredrika J. "To publish and perish: Who are the dinosaurs in scholarly publishing?" Journal of Scholarly Publishing, 32, 2 (January 20001): 102-112.

Thatcher, S.G. "The 'value added' in editorial acquisitions." Journal of Scholarly Publishing, 30, 2 (January 1999): 59-74.

"To publish and perish: A policy perspectives roundtable." Journal of Scholarly Publishing, 30, 1 (October 1998) 17-33.

Wilding, M. "Australian literary and scholarly publishing in its international context." Australian Literary Studies, 19, 1 (May 1999): 57-69.

§ The Minnesota Review, 48-49 (Spring 1997) is a special issue on "The Academics of Publishing"; titles include J. Williams, Introduction (5-9); J. Neilson, "Commercial literary culture" (48-49); E. Amiran, "The publishing imaginary and electronic media" (91-102);

[see also title by Docherty listed under Theory]

AFRICA, THE AFRICAN DIASPORA, SLAVERY

* Conrad, Robert Edgar. In the Hands of Strangers: Readings on Foreign and Domestic Slave Trading and the Crisis of the Union. Penn State University Press, 2001. 560 pp., ill., map. ISBN 0-271-2089-X

* Diouf, Sylviane Anna. Kings and Queens of West Africa. New York: Franklin Watts, 2000. 63 pp., ill. ISBN 0-531-20375-1 [juvenile history] -- and see H-NET online review by Trevor Getz, published by H-AfrTeach (April, 2001), available: http://www2.h-net.msu.edu/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=23842987187736

* Larson, Pier M. History and Memory in the Age of Enslavement. Becoming Merina in Highland Madagascar, 1770-1822. Portsmouth, New Hampshire: Heinemann (Social History of Africa Series), 2000. 414 pp., ill., maps. ISBN 0-325-00217-7 -- and see H-NET online review by Gwyn Campbell, published by H-SAfrica (April, 2001), available: http://www2.h-net.msu.edu/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=31248988823544

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

BIBLIOGRAPHY, BIBLIOPHILY, HISTORY OF AUTHORSHIP, READING, PRINT CULTURE, PUBLISHING, LIBRARIES, TEXTUAL EDITING, &C.

* Bibliotheca Lexicorum. Vienna: Inlibris, 2001. 708 pp., ill. ISBN: 3-9500813-5-6 [catalog of Otmar Seemann's renowned collection of encyclopaedias, comprising almost all general encyclopaedias published in German-speaking countries from 1500 onwards]

* Cleminson, R., D. Radoslavova, C. G. Thomas, and A. V. Voznesenskii, ed. A Union Catalogue of Pre-1701 Cyrillic Books in the British and Irish Collections. Foreword by J. S. G. Simmons. London: British Library, 2000. 160 pp., ill. [British and Irish locations of over 200 copies of 160 editions, many published outside Russia, Belarus, and Ukraine.]

* Coppock, Terry, ed. Information Technology and Scholarship: Applications in the Humanities and Social Sciences. Oxford University Press, 2000. 352 pp., ill. ISBN 0-19-726205-8 (paper)

Dugas, Don-John. "The London Book Trade in 1709 (Part One)." Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 95 (2001): 31-58 [with 3 tables of publishers' publication totals].

* Green, Ian. Print and Protestantism in Early Modern England. Oxford: Clarendon, 2000. 715 pp. [from the Reformation to the start of the Evangelical Revival].

* Headrick, Daniel R. When Information Came of Age: Technologies of Knowledge in the Age of Reason and Revolution, 1700-1850. Oxford University Press, 2001. 272 pp.

Jamison, M. "The changeable course of typographic justification." Journal of Scholarly Publishing, 29, 2 (January 1998): 71-86.

Kronick, David A. "The Commerce of Letters: Networks and 'Invisible Colleges' in Seventeenth- and Eighteenth-Century Europe." Library Quarterly, 71 (2001), 28-43.

Lemay, J. A. Leo. "An Attribution of Reflections on Courtship and Marriage (1746)." Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 95 (2001): 59-96 [with appended checklist of editions, 94-96].

Leslie, Deborah J. "'Provenance Evidence' and 'Printing and Publishing Evidence': Use and revision of the RBMS thesauri." Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 91, 4 (December 1997): 517-23.

* Myers, Robin, ed. Stationers' Company: A History of the Later Years, 1800-2000. Chichester: Phillimore, 2001. 304 pp. [essays of interest to 18C scholars include Robin Myers' "The Archive, the Library, and the Company's Heritage," & David Whitaker's "The Company and the Trades of the Guild."]

* Pollard, Mary. A Dictionary of Members of the Dublin Book Trade 1550-1800. Oxford University Press, 2000. 724 pp., maps. ISBN 0-948170-11-5

Py-Lieberman, Beth. "The Pleasure of the Rare Book." Smithsonian, 32, 2 (May 2001): 104-107, ill. [exhibition of books from the Smithsonian collection, Grolier Club May-August, then National Museum of Natural History until May 2002 -- see exhibition site, www.sil.si.edu ]

* Raymond, Joad, ed. News, Newspapers, and Society in Early Modern England. London & Portland, OR: Frank Cass, 1999. 239 pp. ISBN: 0-7146-4944-9 -- and see H-NET online review by Michael Mendle, published by H-Albion (April, 2001), available: http://www2.h-net.msu.edu/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=23833987187733

Shaddy, Robert A. "Grangerizing." The Book Collector, 49 (2000), 535-46 [extra-illustrating of books in fashion of Rev. James Granger (1723-1776)].

Tierney, James. "Advertisements for Books in London Newspapers, 1760-1785." Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture, 30 (2001): 153-64.

[see also title by Naiditch listed under Classics]

CANADA, L'ACADIE, LA NOUVELLE FRANCE, NEWFOUNDLAND, QUÉBEC

* Chennells, David. The Politics of Nationalism in Canada: Cultural Conflicts since 1760. University of Toronto Press, 2001. 384 pp.

CARIBBEAN HISTORY

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

CLASSICS & CLASSICAL CIVILIZATION

Naiditch, P. G. "Bibliography and the History of Classical Scholarship." Echos du monde classique/Classical Views, 42 (1998): 645-62 [includes discussion of bibliographical problem in Richard Bentley's Dissertations on the Epistles of Phalaris of 1699].

[see also title by Gillespie listed under England - Literature - Dryden]

COMPUTERS, ELECTRONIC PUBLISHING, THE INTERNET, TECHNOLOGY IN TEACHING AND SCHOLARSHIP

Kogler, K. "'A beautiful corpse': Critical reflections on the recurring theme of the end of the book as such." LILI - Zeitschrift fur Literatur und Linguistik, 28, 112 (December 1998): 14-24 [books, reading, and electronic media].

Lippert, K. "Digital technologies and architectural publishing." Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians, 58, 3 (September 1999): 356-61.

Robert, R. "Does electronic publishing really exist?" Ésprit, 6 (juin 1999): 196-98.

Siler, J.M. "From Gutenberg to Gateway: Electronic publishing at University Presses." Journal of Scholarly Publishing, 32, 1 (October 2000): 9-23.

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

Thurston, T. "New questions for new media: Scholarly writing and online publishing." American Quarterly, 51, 2 (June 1999): 250-53.

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

ECONOMICS

* Beaud, Michel. A History of Capitalism, 1500-1980. Rev. ed. New York University Press, June 2001. 356pp. ISBN 1-58367-040-8 (cloth); 1-58367-041-6 (paper)

Jaffe, James A. "Commerce, character and civil society: critiques of capitalism during the early industrial period." European Legacy, 6, 2 (April 2001): 251-64.

* Prak, Maarten. Early Modern Capitalism: Economic and Social Change in Europe, 1400-1800. Routledge, 2001. 236pp. ISBN: 0415217148.

ENGLAND - HISTORY

* Blanning, Tim, & Peter Wende, eds. Reform in Great Britain and Germany 1750-1850. Oxford: for the British Academy by Oxford University Press, 1999. 179 pp. ISBN 0-19-726201-5 -- and see H-NET online review by Christopher Harvie, published by H-Albion (April, 2001), available: http://www2.h-net.msu.edu/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=23838987187735

* Coffey, John. Persecution and Toleration in Protestant England 1558-1689. Longman Books, 2000. 244 pp. ISBN: 0-5823-0465-2 (cloth); 0-5823-0464-4 (paper) -- and see H-NET online review by William Gibson, "The Emergence of Modern Values," published by H-Albion (March, 2001), available: http://www2.h-net.msu.edu/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=14374985726040

* Frye, Susan, & Karen Robertson, ed. Maids and Mistresses, Cousins and Queens: Women's Alliances in Early Modern England. Oxford University Press, 1999. 368 pp., ill. ISBN 0-19-511735-2 (paper)

* Geiter, Mary. William Penn. London: Longman (Profiles in Power series), 2000. 186 pp. ISBN 0-582-29901-2 -- and see H-NET online review by Jerry Frost, published by H-Albion (April, 2001), available: http://www2.h-net.msu.edu/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=6359988299613

Gibson, William T. "Patronage and Connection: The Career of the Rev. William Talbot (1720-1811), Chancellor of Salisbury." British Library Journal, 25, 1 (Spring 1999): 77-84.

* Hitchcock, Tim, & Heather Shore, eds. The Streets of London: From the Great Fire to the Great Exhibition. New York University Press, June 2001. 256pp. ISBN: 1-85489-130-8 (cloth); 1-85489-131-6 (paper)

King, Robert J. "Francisco Muñoz y San Clemente and his 'Reflections on the English Settlements of New Holland.'" British Library Journal, 25, 1 (Spring 1999): 55-76.

Jones, Clyve. "Jacobites under the Beds: Bishop Francis Atterbury, the Earl of Sunderland, and the Westminster School Dormitory Case of 1721." British Library Journal, 25, 1 (Spring 1999): 35-54.

* Langford, Paul. Englishness Indentified: Manners and Character 1650-1850. Oxford University Press, 2000. 408 pp., ill. ISBN 0-19-820681-X

* O'Day. Rosemary. The Professions in Early Modern England, 1450-1800. Harlow, Essex: Longman (Themes in British Social History), 2000. 334 pp. ISBN 0-582-29265-4 (paper) -- and see H-NET online review by Christopher Brooks, published by H-Albion (April, 2001), available: http://www2.h-net.msu.edu/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=6176988299389

ENGLAND - LANGUAGE & LITERATURE

* Baines, Paul, & Edward Burns, eds. Five Romantic Plays, 1768-1821. Oxford University Press, 2001. 372 pp. ISBN 0-19-283316-2 (paper) -- and see review by Paul Jarman, "Hear, hell, and tremble!" TLS, 5117 (April 27, 2001): 21 [Southey, Walpole, Baillie, Inchbald, Byron].

* Canfield, J. Douglas, ed. The Broadview Anthology of Restoration and Early Eighteenth-Century Drama. Peterborough: Broadview, 2001. 1900 pp. ISBN: 1-55111-270-1

* Conway, Alison. Private Interests: Women, Portraiture, and the Visual Culture of the English Novel, 1709-1791. University of Toronto Press, June 2001. 328 pp., ill.

* Gladfelder, Hal. Criminality and Narrative in Eighteenth-Century England. Johns Hopkins University Press, June 2001. 328 pp. ISBN: 0-8018-6608-1

* Hamilton, Elizabeth. Translations of the Letters of a Hindoo Rajah. Ed. Pamela Perkins & Shannon Russell. Broadview, 1999. 340 pp. 1-55111-175-6

* Hughes, Derek, ed. Eighteenth-Century Women Playwrights. Pickering & Chatto, 2001. 6 vols., 2100 pp. ISBN: 1-85196-616-1. I. Delarivier Manley, The Lost Lover, The Royal Mischief; Eliza Haywood, The Fair Captive; A Wife to be Lett; II. Mary Pix, The Deceiver Deceived; Queen Catharine; Catherine Trotter, Love at a Loss; The Revolution of Sweden; III. Susanna Centlivre, The Basset-Table; The Busie Body; The Wonder! a Woman Keeps a Secret; A Bold Stroke for a Wife; IV. Elizabeth Griffith, The Platonic Wife; The Double Mistake; The School for Rakes; A Wife in the Right; V. Hannah Cowley, The Runaway; The Belle's Stratagem; A Bold Stroke for a Husband; The Town Before You; Elizabeth Inchbald, The Widow's Vow; Such Things Are; The Child of Nature; Next Door Neighbours; Wives as they Were and Maids as they Are. With general introduction, introductions to each volume, bibliographies, texts fully edited and annotated. Editorial board: Antje Blank, Anne Kelley, Derek Hughes, Jacqueline Pearson, Betty Rizzo, Margarete Rubik, and Angela Smallwood.

* Low, Anthony. The Reinvention of Love: Poetry, Politics, and Culture from Sydney to Milton. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1993.

May, James E. "Winchester College MS 58: Fair Copies of Two Paraphrases by the Revd. Dr. William Broome." Notes & Queries, 246 [n.s. 48] (2001): 29-31.

New, Melvyn. "Eighteenth-Century Christianity and Literature: Two Caveats." Christianity and Literature, 48, 3 (Spring 1999): 327-47; and see responses by Stephen Prickett, "Origins of Narrative: A Reply to Melvyn New," Christianity and Literature, 49,1 (Autumn 1999): 67-73, and Daniel E. Ritchie, "Is 'No Poetics' a Good Poetics? A Response to Melvyn New," Christianity and Literature, 49,1 (Autumn 1999): 75-80.

* Rudrum, Alan, Holly Faith Nelson, Joseph Black. eds. The Broadview Anthology of Seventeenth-Century Verse and Prose. Peterborough: Broadview, 2000. 1306 pp. ISBN: 1-55111-053-9 Also in 2 volumes: vol. 1: 1-55111-462-3; vol. 2: 1-55111-463-1

* Ryan, Robert M. The Romantic Reformation: Religious Politics in English Literature 1789-1824. Cambridge University Press, 1997.

[see also title by Williams listed under France - History; by Stafford listed under Scotland - Literature]

Addison

[see title by Black listed under Philosophy - Aesthetics]

Arbuthnot

[see title by Sakula listed under History of Medicine]

Astell

* Astell, Mary. A Serious Proposal to the Ladies. Ed. Patricia Springborg. Broadview, 2001. 300 pp. ISBN: 1-55111-306-6

Austen

* Southam, Brian. Jane Austen and the Navy. New York University Press, June 2001. 400 pp. ISBN: 1-85285-291-7 US$29.95 cl

Barbauld

* Anna Letitia Barbauld: Selected Poetry and Prose. Ed. William McCarthy & Elizabeth Kraft. Broadview, 2001. 520 pp. ISBN: 1-55111-241-8 (paper)

Beckford

* Beckford, William. Vathek, with The Episodes of Vathek. Ed. Kenneth W. Graham. Broadview, 2001. ISBN: 1-55111-281-7 (paper).

Behn

* Behn, Aphra. The Rover. Ed. Anne Russell. Peterborough: Broadview, 1999. 220 pp. ISBN: 1-55111-214-0

[see title by Copland, by Hayden, listed under Theatre History - England]

Blake

* Glausser, Wayne. Locke and Blake: A Conversation Across the Eighteenth Century. Gainesville: University of Florida Press, 1998.

Burney

* Burney, Frances. Evelina. Ed. Susan Kubica Howard. Broadview, 2000. 694 pp. ISBN: 1-55111-237-X

Cavendish

* Cavendish, Margaret. Paper Bodies: A Margaret Cavendish Reader. Ed. Sylvia Bowerbank & Sara Mendelson. Peterborough: Broadview, 2000. ISBN: 1-55111-173-X

Centlivre

* Centlivre, Susanna. A Bold Stroke for a Wife. Ed., Nancy Copeland. Broadview, 1995. 158 pp. 1-55111-021-0 (paper).

Cibber

* Viator, Timothy J., & William J. Burling (eds.). The Plays of Colley Cibber. Vol. 1. Associated University Presses; Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 2001. 586 pp. [critical edition, with full apparatus, for six plays: Love's Last Shift; Woman's Wit; Xerxes; Richard III; The Rival Queans; and Love Makes a Man.]

Dryden

Ennis, Daniel J. "Tactical Victory: Dryden's Essay of Dramatic Poesy and the Battle of Lowestoft." Restoration and 18th-Century Theatre Research,14, 2 (Winter 1999): 38-54.

* Gillespie, Stuart, ed. John Dryden: Classicist and Translator. A Special issue of the journal Translation and Literature (10, 1). Edinburgh University Press, 2000. ISBN: 0-7486-1530-X. Essays include Charles Tomlinson, "Why Dryden's Translations Matter"; Felicity Rosslyn, "Dryden: Poet or Translator"; Jan Parker, "Teaching Troubled Texts: Virgil, Dryden, and Exemplary Translation"; Robin Sowerby, "Augustan Dryden"; Kenneth Haynes, "Dryden: Classical or Neoclassical?"; Philip Smallwood, "Dryden's Criticism as Transfusion"; Tom Mason, "'Et versus digitos habet' Dryden, Montaigne, Lucretius, and Boccacio in Praise of Venus"; Paul Davis, "'But slaces we are': Dryden and Virgil, Translation and the 'Gyant Race'"; and review essays by Paul Davis &Tom Mason.

Kelliher, Hilton. "Dryden Attribution and Texts from Harley MS 6054." British Library Journal, 25, no. 1 (Spring 1999), 1-22.

Etherege

[see title by Alexander listed under Theatre History - England]

Evelyn

* Evelyn, John. The Diary of John Evelyn. Ed. E.S. de Beer. Reprint; Oxford University Press, 2000. 6 vols., 3356 pp., ill. ISBN 0-19-811811-2

Fenwick

* Fenwick, Eliza. Secresy. Ed. Isobel Grundy. 2nd ed. Broadview, 1998. 380 pp. ISBN: 1-55111-216-7

Fielding

* Fielding, Henry. Joseph Andrews. Ed. Paul Scanlon. Broadview, 2001. 529 pp. ISBN: 1-55111-220-5 (paper).

Garrick

* Garrick, David, & George Colman the Elder. The Clandestine Marriage. Ed. Noel Chevalier. Broadview, 1995. 242 pp. ISBN: 1-55111-027-X (paper).

Godwin

* Godwin, William. Caleb Williams. A.A. Markley & Gary Handwerk. Broadview, 2000. 576 pp. 1-55111-249-3

* Godwin, William. Fleetwood. Ed. A.A. Markley & Gary Handwerk. Broadview, 2000. 450 pp. ISBN: 1-55111-232-9

* Godwin, William. Memoirs of the Author of A Vindications of the Rights of Woman. Ed. Pamela Clemit & Gina Luria Walker. Broadview, 2001. 224 pp. ISBN: 1-55111-259-0

Goldsmith

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

Hamilton

* Hamilton, Elizabeth. Translations of the Letters of a Hindoo Rajah. Ed. Pamela Perkins & Shannon Russell. Broadview, 1999. 340 pp. 1-55111-175-6

* Hamilton, Elizabeth. Memoirs of Modern Philosophers. Ed. Claire Grogan. Broadview, 2000. 420 pp. ISBN: 1-55111-148-9

Hays

* Hays, Mary. The Memoirs of Emma Courtney. Ed. Marilyn Brooks. Broadview, 2000. 340 pp. ISBN: 1-55111-155-1

* Hays, Mary. The Victim of Prejudice. Ed. Eleanor Ty. Broadview, 1998. 2nd ed. 260 pp. ISBN: 1-55111-217-5

Haywood

* Haywood, Eliza. The History of Miss Betsy Thoughtless. Ed. Christine Blouch. Broadview, 1998. 654 pp. ISBN: 1-55111-147-0 (paper)

* Haywood, Eliza. Love in Excess. Ed. David Oakleaf. Broadview, 2000 (2nd ed.) 246 pp. ISBN: 1-55111-197-7 (paper).

* Haywood, Eliza. The Adventures of Eovaai. Ed. Earla Wilputte. Broadview, 1999. 246 pp. ISBN: 1-55111-197-7 (paper).

Merritt, Juliette. "Spying, Writing, Authority: Eliza Haywood's Bath Intrigues." Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture, 30 (2001): 183-99.

Johnson

* Clarke, Norma. Dr. Johnson's Women. New York University Press, 2001. 284pp. ISBN: 1-85285-254-2

Manley

* Manley, Delarivier. The Adventures of Rivella. Ed. Katherine Zelinsky. Broadview, 1999. 290 pp. ISBN: 1-55111-121-7

Milton

* Furman, Wendy, Christopher Gose, & William Schullenberger, eds. Milton Studies: Authority and Experiences, Self and Other in Milton's Poetry. University of Pittsburgh Press, 1992.

* King, John N. Milton and Religious Controversy: Satire and Polemic in Paradise Lost. Cambridge University Press, 2000. 227 pp., ill. ISBN 0-521-77198-6 -- and see H-NET online review by Stephen A. Allen, published by H-Catholic (March, 2001), available: http://www2.h-net.msu.edu/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=30295985127377

Richardson

* Blewett, David (ed.). Passion and Virtue: Essays on the Novels of Samuel Richardson. University of Toronto Press, 2001. 312; pp., ill.

Starr, G. Gabrielle. "Clarissa's Relics and Lyric Community." Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture, 30 (2001): 127-51.

Robinson

* Mary Robinson: Selected Poems. Ed. Judith Pascoe. Broadview, 2000. 446 pp. 1-55111-201-9

Rowe

[see titles by Muse and by Strohmer listed under Theatre History - England]

Shakespeare

[see titles by Bishop, Canfield, Fisher, and Freeman listed under Theatre History - England]

Scott, Sarah

* Scott, Sarah. Millenium Hall. Ed. Gary Kelly. Broadview, 1995. 256 pp. ISBN: 1-55111-015-6 (paper).

Smith, Charlotte

Smith, Charlotte. Desmond. Ed. Antje Blank & Janet Todd. Broadview, 2001. 500 pp. ISBN: 1-55111-274-4

Steele

Alsop, J. D. "New Light on Richard Steele." British Library Journal, 25, 1 (Spring 1999): 23-35.

Sterne

Morsberger, Katharine M. "Parallel Forces: Identity and Authority in Roland Barthes and Tristram Shandy." Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture, 30 (2001): 245-67.

Wollstonecraft

* Richards, Cynthia. "Fair Trade: The Language of Love and Commerce in Mary Wollstonecraft's Letters Written during a Short Residence in Sweden, Norway, and Denmark." Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture, 30 (2001): 71-89.

* Wollstonecraft, Mary. The Vindications. Ed. D.L. Macdonald & Kathleen Scherf. Broadview, 1997. 488 pp. ISBN: 1-55111-088-1

Wycherly

Emck, Katy. "A talent for hate." TLS, 5117 (April 27, 2001): 21 [review of Love in a Wood, Swan Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon]

EUROPE

* Abernethy, David B. The Dynamics of Global Dominance: European Overseas Empires, 1415-1980. Yale University Press, 2000. 524 pp., ill., maps. ISBN: 0-300-07304-6 -- and see review by Michael D. Callahan, "The Triple Assault of Specialists in Power, Profit, and Proselytization," published by H-Diplo (April, 2001), available: http://www2.h-net.msu.edu/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=4119988404083

* Clark, Victoria. Why Angels Fall: A Portrait of Orthodox Europe from Byzantium to Kosovo. Macmillan, 2001. 460 pp. ISBN 0-333-75185-X -- and see review by Robert Carver, "Missing the point," TLS, 5116 (April 20, 2001): 35.

* Sperber, Jonathan. Revolutionary Europe, 1780-1850. Essex: Pearson Education Ltd (Longman History of Modern Europe Series), 2000. 472 pp., ill., maps, tables. ISBN 0-582-29446-0 (paper) -- and see H-NET online review by Richard Oehling,published by H-W-Civ (March, 2001), available: http://www2.h-net.msu.edu/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=6111985882490

FRANCE - HISTORY

* Andress, David. French Society in Revolution, 1789-1799. Manchester University Press, 1999.

* Censer, Jack R., & Lynn Hunt. Liberty Equality, Fraternity: Exploring the French Revolution. Penn State University Press, 2001. 208 pp., ill., maps. ISBN 0-271-02087-3 (cloth); 0-271-02088-1 (paper)

* Crubaugh, Anthony. Balancing the Scales of Justice: Local Courts and Rural Society in Southwest France, 1750-1800. Penn State University Press, 2001. 280 pp., maps. ISBN 0-271-02077-6 (cloth); 0-271-02078-4 (paper)

* Larrère, Catherine, et Catherine Volpillac-Auger, ed. 1748, l'année de l'Esprit des Lois. Paris: Champion (coll. «Les Dix-Huitièmes Siècles», 37), 1999.

* Rosanvallon, Pierre. La Démocratie Inachevée: Histoire de la souveraineté du peuple en France. Paris: Gallimard, 2001. 440 pp. ISBN 2-07-075937-7 -- and see review by Henri Astier, "Power to some people," TLS, 5117 (April 27, 2001): 7.

* Williams, Helena Maria. Letters Written in France. Ed. Neil Fraistat & Susan Lanser. Broadview, 2001. 294 pp. ISBN: 1-55111-255-8

FRANCE - LITERATURE

* Bury, Emmanuel. Littérature et politesse: l'invention de l'honnête homme, 1580-1750. Paris: PUF, 1996.

* Cusset, Catherine. No Tomorrow. The Ethics of Pleasure in the French Enlightenment. University Press of Virginia, 1999.

* Delon, Michel. Le Savoir-Vivre Libertin. Paris: Hachette, 2001. 347 pp. ISBN 2-012353-35-9 -- and see review by David Coward, "For sport, pleasure and profit," TLS, 5117 (April 27, 2001): 9-10.

* LaFon, Henri. Espaces romanesques du XVIIIe siècle, 1670-1820. Paris: PUF, 1997.

* Lasowski, Patrick Wald, ed. Romanciers Libertins du XVIIe Siècle. Paris: Gallimard, 2000. 1,341 pp. ISBN 2-07-011329-9 -- and see review by David Coward, "For sport, pleasure and profit," TLS, 5117 (April 27, 2001): 9-10.

* Métayer, Christine. Au Tombeau des Secrets: Les écrivains publics du Paris populaire Cimitière des Saints-Innocents XVIe-XVIIIe siècle. Paris: Albin Michel, 2001. ISBN 2-226-11533-1 -- and see review by Patrice Higgonet, "Bones and quills," TLS, 5117 (April 27, 2001): 36.

* Pasco, Allan. Sick Heroes: French Society and Literature in the Romantic Age, 1750-1850. Univesity of Exeter Press, 1997.

* Weil, Françoise. Livres interdites, livres persecutes 1720-1770. Oxford: Voltaire Foundation, 1999.

Charrière/de Zuylen

* Charrière. There are no Letters Like Yours: The Correspondence of Isabelle de Charrière and Constant d'Hermenche. Tr., ed. by Janet & Malcolm Whatley. University of Nebraska Press, 2001. 549 pp. ISBN 0-8032-1714-5 -- and see review by Annette Kobak, "So free, they are hardly decent," TLS, 5117 (April 27, 2001): 10.

Riccaboni

* Riccoboni, Marie. The Story of Ernestine. Trans. by Joan Hinde Stewart and Philip Stewart. New York: MLA, 1998.

Sade

* Dangeville, Sylvie. Le théâtre change et represente: lecture critique des œuvres dramatiques du marquis de Sade. Pref. Maurice Lever. Paris: Champion (coll. «Les Dix-Huitièmes Siècles», 29), 1999.

* Sawhney, Deepak Narag, ed. Must We Burn Sade? New York: Humanity Books, 1999.

GERMANY - LANGUAGE & LITERATURE

Krimmer, Elisabeth. "Officer and Lady: Pants and Politics in Caroline de la Motte-Fouqué's Das Heldenmädchen aus der Vendée (1816)." Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture, 30 (2001): 165-81.

Sullivan, Heather. "Ruins and the Construction of Time: Geological and Literart Perspectives in the Age of Goethe." Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture, 30 (2001): 1-30 [Ludwig Tieck; Joseph von Eichendorff; Wallerius; Forster]

Goethe

* Pelikan, Jaroslaw. Faust the Theologian. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1995.

HISTORIOGRAPHY

* Backscheider, Paula R. Reflections on Biography. Oxford University Press, 2000. 312 pp., ill. ISBN 0-19-818641-X (cloth); 0-19-829995-8 (new in paper, 2001)

Bartholyens, G. "Representation of the past in films: Between historicity and authenticity." Diogenes, 189 (2000): 31-47.

Bevir, Mark, & Frank Trentmann. "Social Justice and Modern Capitalism: Historiographical Problems, Theoretical Perspectives." European Legacy, 6, 2 (April 2001): 141-58.

* Burke, Peter, ed. New Perspectives on Historical Writing. 2nd ed. Penn State University Press, 2001. 262 pp. ISBN 0-271-02116-0 (cloth); 0-271-02117-9 (paper)

D'oro, G. "Collingswood's critique of scissors-and-paste history revisited in the light of his conception of metaphysics." International Studies in Philosophy, 32, 4 (2000): 23-45.

Lowy, M. "From Captain Swing to Pancho Villa. Instances of Peasant resistance in the historiography of Eric Hobsbawm." Diogenes, 189 (2000): 3-10.

Malabou, Catherine. "History and the Process of Mourning in Hegel and Freud." Radical Philosophy, 106 (March-April 2001): 15-20.

Middell, M. "European history and cultural transfer." Diogenes, 189 (2000): 23-30.

* Rawson, Claude. God, Gulliver, and Genocide: Barbarism and the European Imagination, 1492-1945. Oxford University Press, June 2001. 320 pp., ill. ISBN 0-19-507466-1

* Warkentin, Germaine, & Carolyn Podruchny, eds. De-Centring the Renaissance: Canada and Europe in Multidisciplinary Perspective, 1500-1700. University of Toronto Press, June 2001. 252 pp., ill., maps.

HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE

* Reiff, Daniel D. Houses from Books: Treatises, Pattern Books, and Catalogs in American Architecture, 1738-1950. Penn State University Press, 2001. 424 pp., ill. ISBN 0-271-01943-3

* Wilson, Richard, & Alan Mackley. Creating Paradise: The Building of the English Country House, 1660-1880. New York University Press, 2001. 448 pp. ISBN: 1-85285-252-6

* Wragg, Brian. The Life and Works of John Carr of York. Ed. Giles Worsley. Oblong, 2001. 252 pp. ISBN 0-9536574-6 -- and see brief review by Kerry Downes, TLS, 5117 (April 27, 2001): 32.

[see also title by Lippert listed under Computers &c.]

HISTORY OF ART

Baragwanath, A. K. "The Print Collection of the Museum of the City of New York." Imprint, 4, 2 (Autumn 1979), 18-20 [iconography of New York from the earliest images].

Bumgardner, Georgia B. "Print Collection Resources of the American Antiquarian Society." Imprint, 3,1 (April 1978): 3-4 [an introduction to the graphic arts collection of the AAS].

Clark, Donald F. "Six Remarkable Views, 1761: The Collaboration of Governor Pownall and Paul Sandby." Imprint, 4, 1 (April 1979), 23-28 [historical context of an important series of prints engraved by Sandby, reprinted with other American and West Indian views in Scenographia Americana, 1768].

Fowble, E. McSherry. "William Charles Family Electioneering of Candidate Bob in his Glory." Imprint, 3, 1 (April 1978): 16-18, 20 [background of the only known copy of a satirical print issued during a New York City mayoral campaign in 1806].

Knes, Michael. "American Historical Print Resources in the Burton Historical Collection." Imprint, 4, 1 (April 1979), 11, 36 [Detroit Public Library collection focusing on the social, cultural and commercial history of the Old Northwest and French Canada].

Koke, Richard J. "Reflections: John Hill, Engraver in Aquatint." Imprint, 4, 1 (April 1979), 13-19, 32 [summary of the career of Hill (1770-1850) creator of memorable prints of American scenery, his techniques, and his contribution to popularization of landscape as an American art form].

Lindop, Grevel. "Ballad of the long songs." TLS, 5117 (April 27, 2001): 19 [review of exhibition, Tabloid Culture: The popular print in England, 1500-1800, at the Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester].

Looney, Robert F. "Philadelphia Views, 1800-1830; A Preliminary Investigation." Imprint, 3,1 (April 1978): 12-15, 19 [survey of prints appearing in books and periodicals, beginning with William Birch].

Meyer, Véronique. "L'Histoire d'Aminte, peinte par Boucher et interpétée par Beauvar let." Nouvelles de l'estampe, 173-74 (decembre 2000-février 2001): 41-43.

Newman, Ewell L. "Abel Buell: Errant Genius." Imprint, 1, 1 (February 1976): 7-8 [brief biography of Buell (1742-1822), engraver, cartographer, typefounder].

Rouillard, Philippe. "Mars, Vénus et Cupidon ou l'énigme du Maître L." Nouvelles de l'estampe, 173-74 (decembre 2000-février 2001): 18-40.

Roth, Elizabeth E. "American Historical Print Resources in the Prints Division of the New York Public Library." Imprint, 3, 2 (November 1978): 8 [brief overview including the Stokes, Eno & Stauffer collections, strong collections of Washington portraits, American social & political caricatures, banknote engravings].

Telian, Diane M. "The print Collection of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania." Imprint, 4, 2 (Autumn 1979), 21-25 [highlights mentioned are William Birch's Philadelphia views, William Baker's Washingtoniana Collection, drawings by Benjamin West]

Tite, Catherine. "Constructing the Succession: Ritual and the Production of History at Kensington Palace." Chicago Art Journal, 11 (Spring 2001): 1-13.

Wojack, David E. "American Historical Print Resources at the Henry Ford Museum & Greenfield Village, Dearborn, Michigan." Imprint, 3, 2 (November 1978), 7 [very brief introduction to prints, maps, music, broadsides, and frakturs in the Tannahill Research Library].

Gentileschi

* Bissell, R. Ward. Artemisia Gentileschi and the Authority of Art: Critical Reading and Catalogue Raisonné. Penn State University Press, 2001. 646 pp., ill. ISBN 0-2271-02120-9 (new in paper).

HISTORY OF DANCE

Jordan, John Bryce. "'Is He No Man?' Toward an Appreciation of Male Effeminacy in English Dance History." Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture, 30 (2001): 201-22.

HISTORY OF MATHEMATICS

Schmitter, A.M. "Mind and sign: Method and the interpretation of mathematics in Descartes's early work." Canadian Journal of Philosophy, 30, 3 (September 2000): 371-412.

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

HISTORY OF MEDICINE

Beveridge, A. "'Teetering on the verge of complete sanity': Boswell's life of Boswell." Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine, 93, 8 (August 2000): 434-37.

Booth, C.C. "Medical radicals in the age of the Enlightenment." Journal of Medical Biography, 8, 4 (November, 2000): 228-40.

Chalmers, I., & U. Trohler. "Helping physicians to keep abreast of the medical literature: Medical and Philosophical Commentaries, 1773-1795." Annals of Internal Medicine, 133, 3 (August 2000): 238-43.

Doyle, L. "William Stark (1740-1770): his life, manuscript and death." Journal of Medical Biography, 8, 3 (August 2000): 146-48.

Eadie, M.J. "Robert Whytt and the pupils." Journal of Clinical Neuroscience, 7, 4 (July 2000): 295-97.

Fenn, Elizabeth A. "Biological warfare in eighteenth-century North America: beyond Jeffery Amherst." Journal of American History, 86, 4 (March 2000): 1552-80.

Hawgood, B.J. "Alexander Russell (1715-1768) and Patrick Russell (1727-1805): physician natural historians of Aleppo." Journal of Medical Biography, 2001 February; 9(1):1-6

James S.E., & F.E. James. "John Hunter's last letter to Edward Jenner." Journal of Medical Biography, 8, 4 (November 2000): 213-14.

Karhausen, L.R. "Mozart's terminal illness: unravelling the clinical evidence." Journal of Medical Biography, 9, 1 (February 2001): 34-48.

McIntyre, N. "Sir James Wylie (1768-1854)." Journal of Medical Biography, 8, 4 (November 2000): 243.

Neugebauer, P., J.P. Thomas, & O. Michel. "The 'case' of Joseph Haydn: a rhinological patient during the eighteenth century." Laryngoscope, 110, 7 (July 2000): 1078-81.

Sakula, A. "Dr. John Arbuthnot (1667-1735): royal physician and political satirist." Journal of Medical Biography, 9, 1 (February 2001): 20-22.

HISTORY OF MUSIC

Jenkins, John S. "Look to the Lady: Leopold Mozart's Madame Wynne." The Musical Times, 142, 1874 (Spring 2001): 29-32 [story of an 18th-century musical prodigy called by Charles Burney the best harpsichordist ever heard in London; links to Mozart family and London-Venetian family, the Wynnes -- LK]

* Parsons, Charles H., ed. The Mellen Opera Reference Index. Vols. 1-21 [of 25 published as of March 2001]. Lewiston, NY: E. Mellen, 2001.

Handel

* Payne, Ian. "Capital Gains: Another Händel Borrowing from Telemann." The Musical Times, 142, 1874 (Spring 2001): 33-42.

Porter, Andrew. "Feuding hierarchy" [review of Muzio Scevola and Flavio at the Royal College of Music]. TLS, 5116 (April 20, 2001): 21 [Amedei, Bononcini].

Haydn

[see title by Neugebauer listed under History of Medicine]

Mozart

[see title by Karhausen listed under History of Medicine]

Opera

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

HISTORY OF RELIGION

* Bahlcke, Joachim. & Arno Strohmeyer, Hgg. Konfessionalisierung in Ostmitteleuropa. Wirkungen des religioesen Wandels im 16. und 17. Jahrhundert in Staat, Gesellschaft und Kultur. Stuttgart: Franz Steiner (Forschungen zur Geschichte und Kultur des oestlichen Mitteleuropa, 7), 1999. 439 S. Ill. ISBN 3-515-07583-6 -- and see H-NET online review by Hans-Joachim Mueller, published by H-Soz-u-Kult (March, 2001), available: http://www2.h-net.msu.edu/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=16023984074560

* Gutjahr, Paul C. An American Bible: A History of the Good Book in the U.S., 1777-1880. Stanford University Press, 1999.

Knight, Mark. "G.K. Chesterton and the Cross." Christianity and Literature, 49, 4 (Summer 2000): 485-97.

* Lamb, Jonathan. The Rhetoric of Suffering: Reading the Book of Job in the Eighteenth Century. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1995.

* García de la Sienra, Adolfo, ed. The Rationality Of Theism. Amsterdam & Atlanta: Rodopi (Poznan Studies in the Philosophy of the Sciences and the Humanities, 73), 2000. ISBN 90-420-1212-9 Titles include, W. Redmond, "A Logic of Religious Faith and Development"; J.M. Bochenski, O.P. , "The Five Ways "; M. Beuchot, "Saint Thomas' Third Way: Possibility and Necessity, Essence And Existence"; R. Swinburne, "Cosmological and Teleological Arguments"; A. García De La Sienra, "The Ontological Argument"; A. García de la Sienra, "Pascal's Wager"; A. García de la Sienra & A. Araujo, "The Experience Of God In Moral Obligation"; A. Plantinga, "The Onus Probandi Of Theism"; R. A. Clouser, "Is God Eternal?"; A. Tomasini, "The Presence and Absence of God"; L. Nowak, "On the Common Structure of Science and Religion."

Paxman, David. "Lancashire Spiritual Culture and the Question of Magic." Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture, 30 (2001): 223-43 [protestant nonconformity; Quakers; Moravians; child wonders, witches, prophets]

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

Christianity - Protestant - Anglican

[see title by McCrea listed under Ireland - Literature - Swift]

Christianity - Protestant - Huguenot

* Strayer, Brian E. Huguenots and Camisards as Aliens in France, 1589-1789: The Struggle for Religious Toleration. Lewiston, NY: E. Mellen (Studies in Religion and Society, 50), 2001. 656 pp.

Christianity - Protestant - Moravian

* Sommer, Elisabeth W. Serving Two Masters: Moravian Brethren in Germany and North Carolina, 1727-1801. University Press of Kentucky, 2000. 234 pp., maps, ill. ISBN 0-8131-2139-6 -- and see H-NET online review by Stephen Longenecker, "A Tale of Two Gemeine," published by H-SHEAR (March, 2001), available: http://www2.h-net.msu.edu/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=11904984671691

Christianity - Protestant - Quaker

[see title by Geiter listed under England - History]

Christianity - Roman Catholic

* Tumbleson, Raymond D. Catholicism in the English Protestant Imagination: Nationalism, Religion, and Literature, 1600-1745. Cambridge University Press, 1998.

Deism

* Herrick, James A. The Radical Rhetoric of the English Deists: the Discourse of Skepticism, 1680-1750. Columbia: University of South Carolina Press, 1997.

HISTORY OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY

De Renzi, Silvia; Adrian Johns; & E. C. Spary. "The Birth and Death of Wonder: History and Geography of Baroque Science -- review symposium on Lorraine Daston and Katharine Park, Wonders and the Order of Nature 1150-1750." Metascience, 9, 1 (March 2000): 5-38 [with response by authors].

* Fullmer, June Z. Young Humphry Davy: The Making of an Experimental Chemist. Philadelphia: American Philosophical Society, 2001. 385 pp. ISBN 0-87169-237-6 -- and see brief review by David M. Knight, TLS, 5116 (April 20, 2001): 36.

Henry, John. "Trusting Print, Making Natural Philosophy." Metascience, 10, 1 (March 2001): 5-22 [review article].

Kattau, Sarah J. "Kabbalistic Philosophy of Science?: Metascience, 10, 1 (March 2001): 22-38 [review article].

Oliver, A. "Logic, mathematics and philosophy." British Journal of the Philosophy of Science, 51, 4 (December 2000): 857-83 [review essay].

Wilson, Catherine, Michael Mascuch, & Theo C. Meyering. "Review Symposium on John Sutton's Philosophy and Memory Traces: Descartes to Connectionism." Metascience, 9, 2 (July 2000): 203-37 [response by author].

"Roy Porter: Historian of Science Extraordinaire." Metascience, 8, 2 (March 1999): 278-87.

* Spary, E. C. Utopia's Garden: French Natural History from Old Regime to Revolution. University of Chicago Press, 2001.

* Yeo, Richard. Encyclopaedic Visions: Scientific Dictionaries and Enlightenment Culture. Cambridge University Press, 2001. 358 pp. ISBN 0-521-65191-3

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

HISTORY OF SEXUALITY & REPRODUCTION

Fehr, C. "The evolution of sex: Domains and explanatory pluralism." Biology and Philosophy, 16, 2 (March 2001): 145-70.

* Pulcini, Elena. Amour-passion et amour conjugal. Paris: Honoré Champion, 1998.

Schneider, Monique. "The Sword and the Bridge: The Anatomical and the Political in Conceptions of Sexual Difference." Radical Philosophy, 106 (March-April 2001): 7-14.

* Stein, Edward. The Mismeasure of Desire: The Science, Theory, and Ethics of Sexual Orientation. Oxford University Press, 1999. ISBN 0-19-509995-8

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

IRELAND - HISTORY

* O'Callaghan, Sean. To Hell or Barbados: The Ethnic Cleansing of Ireland. Brandon: Irish Books and Media, 2000.

IRELAND - LITERATURE

Kelleher, Margaret. "Writing Irish Women's Literary History." Irish Studies Review, 9, 1 (April 2001): 5-14.

Myers, Mitzi. "Gendering the 'Union of Hearts': Irish Politics between the Public and Private Spheres." Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture, 30 (2001): 49-70 [the rising of 1798; Maria Edgeworth; Margaret King].

[see also title by Stafford listed under Scotland - Literature]

Swift

* Davidson, Jenny. "Swift's Servant Problem: Livery and Hypocrisy in the Project for the Advancement of Religion and the Directions to Servants." Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture, 30 (2001): 105-25.

McCrea, Brian. "Lemuel Gulliver's 'Treacherous' Religion: Swift's Readaction of Ecclesiastes." Christianity and Literature, 49, 4 (Summer 2000): 465-83.

[see title by Rawson listed under Historiography]

ITALY - HISTORY

* Moody, Margaret J. The Royal Poorhouse in 18th-Century Turin, Italy: The King and the Paupers. Lewiston, NY: E. Mellen, 2001. 172, pp.

* Schutte, Anne Jacobson. Aspiring Saints: Pretense of Holiness, Inquisitions, and Gender in the Republic of Venice, 1618-1750. Johns Hopkins University Press, 2001. 392pp. ISBN: 0-8018-6548-4

JUDAICA

* Davis, Robert C., & Benjamin Ravid, eds. The Jews of Early Modern Venice. Johns Hopkins University Press, 2001. 344pp. ISBN: 0-8018-6512-3

MARITIME HISTORY

* Ferguson, Eugene S. Truxtun of the Constellation: The Life of Commodore Thomas Truxton, U.S. Navy, 1755-1822. Johns Hopkins University Press, 2001. 352pp. ISBN: 0-8018-6597-2 (paper; repr. 1955 ed.)

[see also title by Southam listed under England - Literature - Austen]

MATERIAL CULTURE & THE DECORATIVE ARTS

Dudar, Helen. "A Lavish Legacy." Smithsonian, 32, 2 (May 2001): 58-68, ill. [Hillwood Museum and Gardens, Washington D.C.; Sèvres porcelain; furniture]

MISCELLANY

* Connor, Steven. Dumbstruck! A Cultural History of Ventriloquism. Oxford University Press, 2000. 448 pp. ISBN 0-19-818433-6

* Cottom, Daniel. Cannibals and Philosophers: Bodies of Enlightenment. Johns Hopkins University Press, 2001. 288pp. ISBN: 0-8018-6551-4

* Radden, Jennifer, ed. The Nature of Melancholy: From Aristotle to Kristeva. Oxford University Press, 2000. 392 pp., ill. ISBN 0-19-512962-8

NATIVE AMERICANS, INDIGÈNES, INDIANS, FIRST NATIONS

* Fabel, Robin F.A. Colonial Challenges: Britons, Native Americans, and Caribs, 1759-1775. University Press of Florida, 2000. 282 pp., ill., maps. ISBN 0-8130-1798-X -- and see H-NET online review by Andrew Jackson O'Shaughnessy, published by H-Albion (May, 2001), available: http://www2.h-net.msu.edu/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=32726988988658

* Krech, Sheppard, III. The Ecological Indian. Myth and History. New York: Norton, 1999. 318 pp. ISBN 0-393-04755-5 -- and see H-NET online review by Adrian Tanner, "Indian History and Environmental Myth," published by H-AMINDIAN (April, 2001), available: http://www2.h-net.msu.edu/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=23850987187740

OCCULT, ASTROLOGY, WITCHCRAFT, &C.

[see title by Paxman listed under History of Religion]

PHILOSOPHY

Arngrimsson, K.G. "Hegel's dialogue with the Enlightenment." Dialogue - Canadian Philosophical Review, 39, 4 (Fall 2000): 657-68.

* Berlin, Isaiah. The Magus of the North: J.G. Hamann and the Origins of Modern Irrationalism. New York: Farrar, Strauss and Giroux, 1993.

Habermas, J. "From Kant to Hegel: On Robert Brandom's pragmatic philosophy of language." European Journal of Philosophy, 8, 3 (December 2000): 322-55; with a reply by R, Brandom, "Facts, norms, and normative facts," 356-74.

Hallberg, P. "The nature of collective individuals: J.G. Herder's concept of community." History of European Ideas, 25, 6 (1999): 291-304.

* Langston, Douglas C. Conscience and Other Virtues: From Bonaventure to MacIntyre. Penn State University Press, 2001. 200 pp. ISBN 0-271-02070-9

White, R. "Friendship: Ancient and modern." International Philosophical Quarterly, 39, 1 (March 1999): 19-34.

§ The Continental Philosophy Review, 33, 3 (July 2000) is a special issue celebrating the centennial of Hans-Georg Gadamer's birth. Titles include: J. Risser, Introduction (239-43); H.G. Gadamer, "Plato as portraitist" (245-74), and "Subjectivity and intersubjectivity, subject and person" (275-87); D.J. Schmidt, "On the dark side of the moon: Voice and the event of the word" (289-99); G. Figal, "The region of being in word and concept" (301-308); J. Risser, "From concept to word: On the radicality of philosophical hermeneutics" (309-25); P.C. Smith, "Between the audible word and the envisionable concept: Re-reading Plato's Theaetetus after Gadamer" (327-44); K. Wright,"The fusion of horizons: Hans-Georg Gadamer and Wang Fu-Chih" (345-58); L.K. Schmidt, "Respecting others: The hermeneutic virtue" (359-79); R.R. Palmer, "Gadamer's recent work on language and phiosophy: On Zur Phanomenologie von Ritual und Sprache" (381-93).

Aesthetics

Black, Scott. "Addison's Aesthetics of Novelty." Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture, 30 (2001): 269-88.

* Brugère, Fabienne. Théorie de l'art et philosophie de la sociabilité sélon Shaftesbury. Paris: Champion (coll. «Les Dix-Huitièmes Siècles», 36), 1999.

Wulf, S.J. "Ambivalent romanticism: Art and aesthetic insight in philosophy and politics." History of European Ideas, 25, 6 (1999): 275-89.

[see also title by Docherty listed under Theory]

Berkeley

Daniel, S.H. "George Berkeley, Francis Suarez, and the esse-existere distinction." American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly, 74, 4 (Fall 2000): 621-36 [scholastic vs. Lockean method]

Descartes & Cartesianism

Bonnen, C.A., & D.E. Flage. "Descartes: The matter of time." International Studies in Philosophy, 32, 4 (2000): 1-11.

McRobert, J. "Anne Conway's vitalism and her critique of Descartes." International Philosophical Quarterly, 40, 1 (March 2000): 21-35.

Scott, D. "Occasionalism and occasional causation in Descartes' philosophy." Journal of the History of Philosophy, 38, 4 (October 2000): 503-28.

Simmons, A. "Sensible ends: Latent teleology in Descartes' account of sensation." Journal of the History of Philosophy, 39, 1 (January 2001): 49-75.

[see titles by Schmitter listed under History of Mathematics; by Pessin listed under Philosophy - Malebranche]

Fichte

Thielke, P. "Getting Maimon's goad: Discursivity, skepticism, and Fichte's idealism." Journal of the History of Philosophy, 39, 1 (January 2001): 101-34.

Hume

Buckle, S. "Marvels, miracles, and mundane order: Hume's critique of religion in An Enquiry concerning Human Understanding." Australasian Journal of Philosophy, 79, 1 (March 2001): 1-31.

McLean, G.R. "Hume and the theistic objection to suicide," American Philosophical Quarterly,38, 1 (January 2001): 99-111.

Meeker, K. "Is Hume's epistemology internalist or externalist?" Dialogue - Canadian Philosophical Review, 40, 1 (Winter 2001): 125-46.

Root, M. "Hume on the virtues of testimony." American Philosophical Quarterly,38, 1 (January 2001): 19-35.

Kant

Adkins, B. "Kant and the Antigone: The possibility of conflicting duties." International Philosophical Quarterly, 39, 4 (December 1999): 455-66

* Greenberg, Robert. Kant's Theory of A Priori Knowledge. Penn State University Press, 2001. 304 pp. ISBN 0-271-02083-0

Mosser, K. "Why doesn't Kant care about natural language?" Dialogue - Canadian Philosophical Review, 40, 1 (Winter 2001): 25-51.

Waskan, J.A. "Kant's epistemic and defining criteria of truth." International Studies in Philosophy, 32, 4 (2000): 107-21.

Locke

Flage, D.E. "Locke and natural law." Dialogue - Canadian Philosophical Review, 39, 3 (Summer 2000): 435-60.

Gray, Richard. "Locke and the Story of the Studious Blind Man." The Locke Newsletter - An Annual Journal of Locke Research, 31 (2000): 69-78.

Hall, Roland. "Recent Publications on Locke." The Locke Newsletter - An Annual Journal of Locke Research, 31 (2000): 3-10.

Hutchinson, Roma. "Thirty-Year Index 1970-1999." The Locke Newsletter - An Annual Journal of Locke Research, 31 (2000): 195-264.

Kramer, Matthew H. "Locke on Private Property." The Locke Newsletter - An Annual Journal of Locke Research, 31 (2000): 179 ff. [reply to a review].

Ludwig, Bernd. "Locke on Tacit and Express Consent." The Locke Newsletter - An Annual Journal of Locke Research, 31 (2000): 147-56.

Milton, J. R. "The Library of John Locke: Some Additions." The Locke Newsletter - An Annual Journal of Locke Research, 31 (2000): 157-8.

Nuovo, Victor. "John Locke, The Reasonableness of Christianity, ed. Higgins-Biddle." The Locke Newsletter - An Annual Journal of Locke Research, 31 (2000): 159-78 [review article].

Rickless, Samuel C. "Locke on the Freedom to Will." The Locke Newsletter - An Annual Journal of Locke Research, 31 (2000): 43-68.

Szabo, Zoltan Gendler. "Locke on Supposing a Substratum." The Locke Newsletter - An Annual Journal of Locke Research, 31 (2000): 11-42.

Zinaich, S., Jr. "Locke's Moral Revolution: from Natural Law to Moral Relativism." The Locke Newsletter - An Annual Journal of Locke Research, 31 (2000): 79-114.

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

Malebranche

Pessin, A. "Does continuous creation entail occasionalism? Malebranche (and Descartes)." Canadian Journal of Philosophy, 30, 2 (September 2000): 413-40.

Pessin, A. "Malebranche's distinction between general and particular volitions." Journal of the History of Philosophy, 39, 1 (January 2001): 77-99.

Rousseau

Alberg, J.L. "Rousseau's First Discourse and scandal." International Philosophical Quarterly, 41, 1 (March 2001): 49-62.

* Todorov, Tzevtan. Frail Happiness: An Essay on Rousseau. Tr. by John T. Scott & Robert T. Zaretsky. Penn State University Press, 2001. 120 pp. ISBN 0-271-02110-1

Scottish Enlightenment

§ American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly, 74, 3 (Summer 2000) is a special issue on Thomas Reid. Titles include: J. Haldane, "Thomas Reid: Life and work," with a bibliography (317-44); R. McInerny, "Thomas Reid and common sense" (345-55); K. Lehrer & B. Warner, "Thomas Reid, god and epistemology" (357-72); P. de Bary, "Thomas Reid's metaprinciple" (373-83); A. Broadie, "The Scotist Thomas Reid" (385-407); R.D. Gallie, "Thomas Reid, Immanuel Kant and the doctrine of the two standpoints" (409-24); W. Rowe, "The metaphysics of freedom: Thomas Reid's theory of agent causation" (425-46); J. Haldane, "Thomas Reid and the history of ideas" (447-69); R.E. Beanblossom, "William James and Thomas Reid: Meliorism versus metaphysics" (471-90); N. Wolterstorff, "Thomas Reid on common sense, with Wittgenstein's assistance" (491-517); C.A.J. Coady, "Contract, justice and self-interest: Thomas Reid and modern feminism" (519-39).

Shaftesbury

Gill, M.B. "Shaftesbury's two accounts of the reason to be virtuous." Journal of the History of Philosophy, 38, 4 (October 2000): 529-48.

Suarez

Karofsky, A.D. "Suarez' doctrine of eternal truths." Journal of the History of Philosophy, 39, 1 (January 2001): 23-47.

POLITICAL THOUGHT

* Aldridge, A. Owen. "John Adams Confronts Turgot." Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture, 30 (2001): 91-104 [Defence of the Constitutions of the United States of America, 1787].

* Armitage, David. The Ideological Origins of the British Empire. Cambridge University Press, 2001. 258 pp. ISBN 0-521-59071-7 (cloth); 0-521-78978-8 (paper)

Carrese, P. "The complexity, and principles, of the American founding: A response to Alan Gibson." History of Political Thought, 21, 4 (Winter 2000): 711-17.

Gans, C. "The liberal foundations of cultural nationalism." Canadian Journal of Philosophy, 30, 3 (September 2000): 441-66.

Hannen, M. "Marx, Habermas, and democratic theory." International Studies in Philosophy, 32, 1 (2000): 99-111.

Houle, K.L.F. "Micropolitics and property: Deleuze and Foucault on common ground." International Studies in Philosophy, 32, 1 (2000): 113-22.

Hull, G. "Marx's anomalous reading of Spinoza." Interpretation - A Journal of Political Philosophy, 28, 1 (Fall 2000): 17-31.

* Murphy, Andrew R. Conscience and Community: Revisiting Toleration and Religious Dissent in Early Modern England and America. Penn State University Press, 2001. 320 pp. ISBN 0-271-02105-5

Ward, L. "Rhetoric and natural rights in Algernon Sidney's Discourses Concerning Government." Interpretation - A Journal of Political Philosophy, 28, 2 (Winter 2000): 119-44.

§ Ethics, 111 (October 2000) features a "Symposium On Martha Nussbaum's Political Philosophy." Titles include R.E. Goodin & D. Parker, Introduction (5-7); L.M. Antony, "Natures and norms" (8-36); R.J. Arneson, "Perfectionism and politics" (37-63); H. Charlesworth, "Martha Nussbaum's feminist internationalism" (64-78); R. Mulgan, "Was Aristotle an 'Aristotelian social democrat'?: (79-101); M.C. Nussbaum, "Aristotle, politics, and human capabilities: A response to Antony, Arneson, Charlesworth, and Mulgan" (102-40).

§ History of Political Thought, 21, 3 (Fall 2000) is a special issue entitled, "States and Societies: Essays Presented to Neal Wood." Titles include M.M. Goldsmith & J. Morrow, Introduction (345-47); C.J. Nederman, :Machiavelli and moral character: Principality, republic and the psychology of Virtu" (349-64); Gordon Schochet, "'Guards and fences': Property and obligation in Locke's political thought" (365-89); J.M. Mastboom, "On their own terms: Peasant households' response to capitalist development" (391-403); E.M. Wood, "Capitalism or enlightenment?" (405-26); D. McNally, "Political economy to the fore: Burke, Malthus and the Whig response to popular radicalism in the age of the French Revolution" (427-47); J.A.W. Gunn, "Conscience, honour and the failure of party in Restoration France" (449-66); G.C. Comninel, "Marx's context" (467-83); J. Morrow, "Community, class and Bosanquet's 'new state'" (485-99); P. Meiksins, "The myth of technocracy: The social philosophy of American engineers in the 1930s" (501-23); L. Lefeber, "Classical vs. neoclassical economic thought in historical perspective: The interpretation of processes of economic growth and development" (525-42); M.M. Goldsmith, "Republican liberty considered" (543-59).

[see also titles by Rosanvallon and Williams listed under France - History]

Burke

Bourke, R. "Edmund Burke and Enlightenment sociability: Justice, honour and the principles of government." History of Political Thought, 21, 4 (Winter 2000): 632-56.

* Burke, Edmund. Reflections on the Revolution in France: A Critical Edition. Ed. J.C.D. Clark. Stanford University Press, 2001. 446 pp. ISBN 0-8047-3923-4 (cloth); 0-8047-4205-7 (paper)

Hobbes

Sarasohn, L.T. "Was Leviathan a patronage artifact?" History of Political Thought, 21, 4 (Winter 2000): 606-31.

Kant

De Laurentiis, A. "Kant's shameful proposition: A Hegel-inspired criticism of Kant's theory of domestic right." International Philosophical Quarterly, 40, 3 (September 2000): 297-312.

Locke

Sample, Ruth. "Locke on Political Authority and Conjugal Authority." The Locke Newsletter - An Annual Journal of Locke Research, 31 (2000): 115-46.

SCOTLAND - LITERATURE

* Stafford, Fiona. Starting Lines in Scottish, Irish, and English Poetry: From Burns to Heaney. Oxford University Press, 2000. 336 pp. ISBN 0-19-818637-1

Baillie

* Baillie, Joanna. Plays on the Passions. Ed. Peter Duthie. Broadview, 2001. 450 pp. ISBN: 1-55111-185-3

Boswell

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

SOUTH AMERICA

Laffrado, Laura. "Constructing the Subaltern: White Creole Culture and Raced Captivity in Eighteenth-Century Dutch Suriname." Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture, 30 (2001): 31-48 [Pieter Van Dyk]/

* Porrúa, Enrique, ed. The Diary of Antonio de Tova on the Malaspina Expedition to South America (1789-1794). Lewiston, NY: E. Mellen (Latin American Studies, 12), 2001. 580 pp.

SWITZERLAND

 

* Dame, Frederick W. Historical Switzerland. Vol. 2: From the Romans to Napoleon. Lewiston, NY: E. Mellen, 2001. 368 pp.

THEATRE HISTORY

England

Alexander, Todd A. "Echoes of the Masque: The Physical Aspects of Etherege's The Man of Mode." Restoration and 18th-Century Theatre Research 14, 2 (Winter 1999): 22-37.

Bishop, John. "'The Ordinary Course of Nature': Authority in the Restoration Tempest." Restoration and 18th-Century Theatre Research,13, 1 (Summer 1998): 54-69.

Canfield, J. Douglas. "Prostitution as Class Prophylactic in George Lillo's Adaptation of Shakespeare's Pericles as Marina." Restoration and 18th-Century Theatre Research, 13, 2 (Winter 1998): 35-42.

Cervantes, Xavier. "'Tuneful Monsters': the Castrati and the London Operatic Public." Restoration and 18th-Century Theatre Research, 13, 1 (Summer 1998): 1-24.

Copland, Nancy. "Reviving Aphra Behn: The Rover in the 'Restoration' Repertoire." Restoration and 18th-Century Theatre Research, 14, 1 (Summer 1999): 1-18.

Fisher, Judith. "'The Quality of Mercy' in the Eighteenth Century; or, Kitty Clive's Portia." Restoration and 18th-Century Theatre Research, 14, 1 (Summer 1999): 19-42.

Freeman, Jane. "Beyond Bombast: David Garrick's Performances of Benedick and King Lear." Restoration and 18th-Century Theatre Research, 14, 2 (Winter 1999): 1-21.

Green, Katherine S. "David Garrick and the Marriage Habitus: The Clandestine Marriage Revisited." Restoration and 18th-Century Theatre Research, 13, 2 (Winter 1998): 17-34.

Hayden, Judy A. "The Subject in The House: Aphra Behn's The Forc'd Marriage, or the Jealous Bridegroom." Restoration and 18th-Century Theatre Research 14, 1 (Summer 1999): 42-60.

Morrissey, Lee. "Sexuality and Consumer Culture in Eighteenth Century England: 'Mutual Love from Pole to Pole' in The London Merchant." Restoration and 18th-Century Theatre Research, 13, 1 (Summer 1998): 25-40.

Muse, Amy M. "Nicholas Rowe's The Tragedy of Jane Shore Gives Actresses a Hamlet of Their Own." Restoration and 18th-Century Theatre Research, 13, 2 (Winter 1998): 43-59.

Norton, James. "Restoration Theories of Confessional Theater: Rymer, Collier, Congreve." Restoration and 18th-Century Theatre Research, 13, 1 (Summer 1998): 41-53.

Ray, J. Karen. "Friendly Fire: the Oxymoron of Authority in Catherine Trotter's Love at a Loss." Restoration and 18th-Century Theatre Research,14, 1 (Summer 1999): 74-82.

Sherbo, Arthur. "Isaac Reed's Diaries and the Theatrical Scene in Eighteenth-Century England." Restoration and 18th-Century Theatre Research 14, 1 (Summer 1999): 61-73.

Strohmer, Shaun M. "'My Eyes Pleasure to Behold Thee': Spectatorship and the Mastery of Passion in The Fair Penitent." Restoration and 18th-Century Theatre Research 14, 2 (Winter 1999): 55-65.

Wolf, Richard B. "Goldsmith's Honeywood and the Limits of Character Incoherence." Restoration and 18th-Century Theatre Research, 13, 2 (Winter 1998): 1-16.

[see also title by Ennis listed under England - Literature - Dryden]

U.S. - Colonial & Federal Period Theatre

* Elam, Harry K., & David Krassner, eds. African American Performance and Theater History. Oxford University Press, 2000. 384 pp., ill. ISBN 0-19-512724-2 (cloth); 0-19-512724-2 (paper)

THEORY & CRITICISM

* Andermahr, Sonya; Terry Lovell, & Carol Wolkowitz. A Glossary of Feminist Theory. Oxford University Press, 1997. 356 pp. ISBN 0-340-59662-7 (cloth); 0-340-26279-9 (new in paper, 2000)

* Balslev, Anindita Niyogi. Cultural Otherness: Correspondence with Richard Rorty. 2nd ed. Oxford University Press (American Academy of Religion), 2000. 128 pp. ISBN 0-7885-0300-6 (paper)

Bearn, G.C.F. "Differentiating Derrida and Deleuze." Continental Philosophy Review, 33, 4 (October 2000): 441-65.

* Bhavnani, Kum-Kum, ed. Feminism and Race. Oxford University Press, 2000. 400 pp. ISBN 0-19-878236-5 (paper)

Boisvert, R.D. "Philosophy: Postmodern or polytemporal?" International Philosophical Quarterly, 40, 3 (September 2000): 313-26.

* Brooker, Peter. A Concise Glossary of Cultural Theory. Oxford University Press, 1998. 256 pp. ISBN 0-340-69146-8 (cloth); 0-340-69147-6 (paper).

* Cashmore, Ellis, & Chris Rojek, ed. The Dictionary of Cultural Theorists. Oxford University Press (Arnold), 1999. 384 pp. ISBN 0-340-64548-2 (paper)

Cook, Deborah. "Critical Stratagems in Adorno and Habermas: Theories of Ideology and the Ideology of Theory." Historical Materialism, 6 (2001).

* Culler, Jonathan. Literary Theory: A Very Short Introduction. Oxford University Press, 2000. 152 pp., ill. ISBN 0-19-285383-X (paper)

Desmond, W. "Neither deconstruction nor reconstruction: Metaphysics and the intimate strangeness of being." International Philosophical Quarterly, 40, 1 (March 2000): 21-35.

* Devlin-Glass, Frances, & Lyn McCredden, ed. Creative Suspicions: A Feminist Poetics of the Sacred. Oxford University Press (American Academy of Religion), 2001. 256 pp. ISBN 0-19-514468-6 (cloth); 0-19-514469-4 (paper)

* Docherty, Thomas. Criticism and Modernity: Aesthetics, Literature, and Nations in Europe and its Academies. Oxford University Press, 1999. 404 pp. ISBN 0-19-818501-4

* Felski, Rita. Doing Time: Feminist Theory and Postmodern Culture. New York University Press (Cultural Front Series), 2000. 214 pp. ISBN 0-8147-2706-9 -- and see H-NET online review by Douglas Catterall, "A Synthesis of Feminist and Postmodern Theory," published by H-Minerva (April, 2001), available: http://www2.h-net.msu.edu/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=4197988404160

* Fuery, Patrick, & Nick Mansfield. Cultural Studies and Critical Theory. 2nd ed. Oxford University Press, 2000. 240 pp. ISBN 0-19-551294-4 (paper)

* Fuller, David, & Patricia Waugh, ed. The Arts and Sciences of Criticism. Oxford University Press, 1999. 280 pp. ISBN 0-19-818639-8

Furrow, D. "Moral agency in postmodernity." International Studies in Philosophy, 32, 1 (2000): 61-79.

Gwozdz, T. "Derrida, Maritain, and deconstruction." International Philosophical Quarterly, 39, 2 (September 1999): 305-16.

Hamann, T.H. "Modern etiquette and Foucault's ethical technologies." International Studies in Philosophy, 32, 1 (2000): 81-98.

* Hawthorn, Jeremy. A Glossary of Contemporary Literary Theory. 4th ed. Oxford University Press, 2000. 416 pp. ISBN 0-340-76066-4

* Jacobus, Mary. Psychoanalysis and the Context of Reading. Oxford University Press, 1999. 258 pp. ISBN 0-19-818434-4

* Kenner, Hugh. The Elsewhere Community. Oxford University Press, 2000. 176 pp., ill. ISBN 0-19-513927-1 [from the Grand Tour to the Internet]

* Lively, Adam. Masks: Blackness, Race, and the Imagination. Oxford University Press, 2000. 304 pp. ISBN 0-19-513370-6

* Livia, Anna. Pronoun Envy: Literary Uses of Linguistic Gender. Oxford University Press, 2000. 272 pp. ISBN 0-19-513852-X (cloth); 0-19-513853-8 (paper)

* Matterson, Stephen, & Darryl Jones. Studying Poetry. Oxford University Press (Arnold), 2000. 192 pp. ISBN 0-340-75941-0 (cloth); 0-340-75942-9 (paper)

* Moi, Toril. What is a Woman? And Other Essays. Oxford University Press, 2000. 544 pp. ISBN 0-19-812242-X

Muldoon, M.S. "Reading, imagination and interpretation: A Ricoeurian response." International Philosophical Quarterly, 40, 1 (March 2000): 69-83.

* Nandy, Ashis. Return from Exile: Alternative Sciences, The Illegitimacy of Nationalism, The Savage Freud. Oxford University Press, 1999. 482 pp. ISBN 0-19-564178-7

Pierign, J.A. "Discipline, Foucauldian resistance, and cynic subversion." International Studies in Philosophy, 32, 2 (2000): 61-77.

* Reynolds, Sián, & William Kidd. Contemporary French Studies. Oxford University Press (Arnold), 2000. 336 pp., ill. ISBN 0-340-74049-3 (cloth); 0-340-74050-7 (paper)

* Rupprecht, Carol Schreier, ed. The Dream and the Text: Essays on Literature and Language. State University of New York Press,

* Scheibinger, Londa, ed. Feminism and the Body. Oxford University Press, 2000. 512 pp., ill. ISBN 0-19-873191-4 (paper)

* Shiach, Morag, ed. Feminism and Cultural Studies. Oxford University Press, 1999. 616 pp., ill. ISBN 0-19-875235-0 (paper)

Smith, Neil. "New Geographies, Old Ontologies: Optimism of the Intellect." Radical Philosophy, 106 (March-April 2001): 21 ff.

Sweetman, B. "Postmodernism, Derrida, and differance: A critique." International Philosophical Quarterly, 39, 1 (March 1999): 5-18.

Wisnewski, J.J. "Foucault and public autonomy." Continental Philosophy Review, 33, 4 (October 2000): 417-39.

§ Angelaki: Journal of Theoretical Humanities, 5, 2 (August 2000) is a special issue edited by Constantin V. Boundas, entitled "Rhizomatics, Genealogy, Deconstruction." Essays include Charles J. Stivale, The Folds Of Friendship: Derrida - Deleuze - Foucault" (3-15); Zsuzsa Baross, "Deleuze And Derrida, by Way of Blanchot: An Interview" (17-41); Philip Goodchild, "Spirit of Philosophy: Derrida and Deleuze" (43-57); Len Lawlor, "A Nearly Total Affinity: The Deleuzian Virtual Image Versus the Derridean Trace" (59-71); Bruce Baugh, "Death and Temporality in Deleuze and Derrida" (73-83); Eugene W. Holland, Infinite Subjective Representation and the Perversion of Death" (85-91); Peter Hallward, "The Limits of Individuation, or How To Distinguish Deleuze and Foucault" (93-111); Antonio Campillo, "Foucault and Derrida: The History of a Debate on History" (113-135); Andrew Wernick, "The Rhizomatic Genealogy of Deconstruction: Some Features of 'the French'" (137-49); Alan D. Schrift, "Nietzsche, Foucault, Deleuze, and the Subject of Radical Democracy" (151-61); Constantin V. Boundas, "On Tendencies and Signs: Major and Minor Deconstruction" (163-76); Gregg Lambert, "The Subject of Literature Between Derrida and Deleuze: Law or Life?" (177-90); Dorothea E. Olkowski, "Eluding Derrida: Artaud and the Imperceptibility of Life for Thought" (191-99); Peter Pál Pelbart, "The Thought of the Outside, The Outside of Thought" (201-209); Tilottama Rajan, "The Mask Of Death: Foucault, Derrida, the Human Sciences and Literature" (211-21); Todd May, "Philosophy as a Spiritual Exercise in Foucault and Deleuze" (223-32).

[see also title by McNabb listed under Academia]

U.S. - COLONIAL & FEDERAL HISTORY

* Berlin, Ira. Many Thousands Gone: The First Two Centuries of Slavery in North America. Cambridge, MA: The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 1998. 497pp., ill., maps. ISBN 0-674-00211-3 (paper) -- and see H-NET online review by Sally E. Hadden, published by H-South (May, 2001), available: http://www2.h-net.msu.edu/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=32700988988626

* Brown, Richard D., & Jack Tager. Massachusetts: A Concise History. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 2000. vii, 361 pp., ill., maps. ISBN 1-55849-248-8 (paper) -- and see H-NET onlin review by Robert J. Allison, "Massachusetts History," published by H-Urban (March, 2001), available: http://www2.h-net.msu.edu/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=16366984075066

* Diedrich, Maria; Henry Louis Gates; & Carl Pedersen,e ds. Black Imagination and the Middle Passage. Oxford University Press (W.E.B. Dubois Institute Series), 1999. 336 pp. ISBN 0-19-512640-8 (cloth); 0-19-512641-6 (paper)

* Hollinger, David A.; & Charles Capper, eds. The American Intellectual Tradition. Vol. I: 1630-1865. 4th ed. Oxford University Press, 2000. 576 pp. 0-19-513720-5 (paper)

* Nelson, Larry L. A Man of Distinction among Them: Alexander McKee and the Ohio Country Frontier 1754-1799. Kent State University Press, 2001. 280 pp., ill., maps ISBN: 0-87338-700-7 (new in paper)

* Quaife, Milo Milton. Chicago and the Old Northwest, 1673-1835. University of Illinois Press, 2001. 520pp. ISBN: 0-252-02656-X (cloth): 0-252-06970-6 (paper); repr. 1913 ed.

* Resch, John. Suffering Soldiers: Revolutionary War Veterans, Moral Sentiment, and Political Culture in the Early Republic. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 1999. 319 pp. ISBN: 1-55849-232-1 -- and see H-NET online review by Mark D. Van Ells, "Images of Veterans in (Early) American Society," published by H-PCAACA (March, 2001), available: http://www2.h-net.msu.edu/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=15721985629097, and another H-NET online review by James Kirby Martin,published by H-SHEAR (April, 2001), available: http://www2.h-net.msu.edu/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=28238986576867

* Schweninger, Loren, ed. The Southern Debate over Slavery. Volume 1: Petitions to Southern Legislatures, 1778-1864. University of Illinois Press, 2001. 376pp. ISBN: 0-252-02632-2

* Shogan, Robert. The Double-Edged Sword: How Character Makes and Ruins Presidents, from Washington to Clinton. Boulder: Westview Press, 1999. 284 pp. ISBN 0-8133-6777-8 -- and see H-NET online review by Richard Shenkman, "Character Counts?" published by H-Pol (April, 2001), available: http://www2.h-net.msu.edu/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=23848987187738

Tomlins, Christopher. "Reconsidering indentured servitude: European migration and the early American labor force, 1600-1775." Labor History, 42, 1 (February 2001): 5-43.

* Vale, Lawrence J. From the Puritans to the Projects: Public Housing and Public Neighbors. Harvard University Press, 2000. 392 pp., ill. maps. ISBN: 0-674-00286-5 -- and see H-NET online review by Kristin M. Szylvian, "Housing the Poor and the Shirking of Public Responsibility," published by H-Urban (April, 2001), available: http://www2.h-net.msu.edu/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=14615986824569

* Walling, Karl-Friedrich. Republican Empire: Alexander Hamilton on War and Free Government. University Press of Kansas, 1999. 356 pp. ISBN 0-7006-0970-9 -- and see H-NET online review by Doron Ben-Atar, "War and Liberty in Hamilton's Thought," published by H-SHEAR (April, 2001), available: http://www2.h-net.msu.edu/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=28252986576876

[see also title by Conrad listed under Africa; by Geiter listed under England - History; by Fabel listed under Native Americans &c.]

Jefferson

* Woodson, Byron W. A President in the Family: Thomas Jefferson, Sally Hemings and Thomas Woodson. Praeger, 2001. 312 pp. ISBN: 0-275-97l74-0

U.S. - COLONIAL & FEDERAL LITERATURE

* Rowe, John Carlos. Literary Culture and U.S. Imperialism: From the Revolution to World War II. Oxford University Press, 2000. 400 pp. ISBN 0-19-513150-9 (cloth); 0-19-513151-7 (paper)

* Winkfield, Unca Eliza. The Female American. Ed. Michelle Burnham. Broadview, 2000. 196 pp. ISBN: 1-55111-248-5 (paper).

Brown, Charles Brockden

* Brown, Charles Brockden. Ormond. Ed. Mary Chapman. Broadview, 1999. 302 pp. ISBN: 1-55111-091-1

Equiano

* Olaudah, Equiano. The Interesting Narrative of the Life of Olaudah Equiano. Ed. Angelo Constanzo. 330 pp. Broadview, 2001. ISBN: 1-55111-262-0 (paper)

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