No. 85

September 18, 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 expanded Volunteer Fire Brigade, viz.,

  Costica Bradatan

  David A. Brewer

  Bernard Dhuicq

  Bill Everdell

  Jim May

  Benoît Melançon

  Maureen Mulvihill

  Adria P. Olmi

  Clotilde Prunier

  David A. Rawson

  John Renjilian

  Yasmin Ahmad Saez

  Giovanna Summerfield

  Will Sweetman

  Aspasia Velissariou

  Charles T. Wolfe

  A.J. Wright

Acknowledgments also go out to the curiously pertinacious Man in the Funny Hat, the thoroughly admirable Professor Cadenza, the amusingly intrepid Mr. Geoffrey Fuzzyblazer, the oddly tenacious Operator of the Moderately Elegant Machines, and the mysteriously irrepressible Secret Admirer. This issue of Selected Readings is once again made possible by the Institute for Creative Insolvency in the New Intangible College.

What kinds of things make it into this bibliography? Good question! Please see the explanations and caveats on the Selected Readings Modus Operandi Page. This sign -- § -- indicates a special issue of a journal; this sign -- * - indicates a book, and new websites now have their own blue boxes. All links given in this issue were operational on the date of publication; if you're visiting in the future (relatively speaking) we cannot ensure the links will still be up.

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ACADEMIA, THE PROFESSION,
SCHOLARLY PUBLISHING, &c.

Brockliss, Laurence. "Gown and town: the university and the city in Europe, 1200-2000." Minerva, 38, 2 (2000): 147-70.

AFRICA

* Elbourne, Elizabeth. Blood Ground: Colonialism, Missions, and the Contest for Christianity in the Cape Colony and Britain, 1799-1853. McGill-Queen's University Press, January 2002. 560 pp. ISBN 0-7735-2229-8

* Galibert-Ratsiorimihamina, Nivoelsisoa. Chronobibliographie analytique de la littérature de voyage imprimée en français sur l'océan Indien (Madagascar-Réunion-Maurice) des origines à 1896. Paris: Honoré Champion. 231 pp.

Lasserre, Marianne. «Voyageurs à l'Âge classique et Afrique du Sud». Paris: Université de Paris-Sorbonne, mémoire de maîtrise, juin 2000. 183 pp. Dir.: François Moureau.

AUSTRALIA, NEW ZEALAND, & PACIFIC HISTORY

* Boomgaard, Peter. Frontiers of Fear: Tigers and People in the Malay World, 1600-1950. Yale University Press, January 2002. ISBN 0-300-08539-7. 352pp.

* Lamb, Jonathan, ed. Exploration and Exchange: A South Sea Anthology, 1680-1900. University of Chicago Press, 2001. 352pp. ISBN 0-226-46845-3.

[see also title by Raj listed under History of Science; by Reece listed under Ireland - History]

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

* Accorti, Marco (comp.). Le api di carta: Bibliografia della letteratura italiana sull'ape e sul miele. Florence: Leo S. Olschki, 2000. 283pp.

* Baker, Nicholson. Double Fold: Libraries and the Assault on Paper. New York: Random House, 2001. 370 pp., ill. ISBN 0-375-50444-3 - and see H-NET online review by Mark Lambert, "Double Fold: Double Trouble," published by H-Law (June, 2001), available: http://www2.h-net.msu.edu/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=3215996606683

* Bell, Bill, Philip Bennet, & Jonquil Bevan (eds.). Across Boundaries: The Book in Culture and Commerce. New Castle, DE: Oak Knoll Press; Winchester: St. Paul's Bibliographies, 2000. 160 pp.

Benson, C.J. "Anatomizing early printed books in Trinity College, Dublin." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 1 (1986): 195-99.

Berry, Helen. "'All Englands Rarityes Are Gathered Here': The World of the Athenian Mercury (1691-97)." Biblion, 8, 2 (Spring 2000): 23-44.

Bjorkman, Margaret. "Circulating Libraries in Late Eighteenth-Century Stockholm." Transactions of the Eighth International Congress on the Enlightenment (Oxford, 1992), pp. 1054-1057.

* Blatchly, John. Some Suffolk and Norfolk Ex-Libris: Bookplates and Labels Relating to East Anglian Owners, Artists, and Painters. London: Bookplate Society, 2000. 160 pp., ill.

* Book Sales Catalogues of the Dutch Republic, 1599-1800' Part 18 (microfiche, catalogues 3098-3262). Leiden: IDF Publishers. 2001. [A project of the Department of Dutch Language and Literature, Leiden University; with Instalment 13 a CD-ROM was published containing images of all title-pages in addition to the bibliographical descriptions. Since November 2000 the Guide is accessible as a database on the Internet: http://132.229.197.13/Bsc/default.htm or via host ETCL (Electronic Text Centre Leiden): http://www.etcl.nl/goldenage/contents.stm

* Bourge-Grandon, Dominique (ed.). Le livre voyageur: Constitution et dissemination des collections livresques dans l'Europe moderne (1450-1830). Paris: Klincksieck, 2000. 308, ill.

Bumgardner, Georgia B. "Aspects of America Book Illustration: Technology, Natural Science, and Literature." Imprint, 5, 2 (Autumn 1980), 2-11 [18th and 19th century illustration, documenting the growth of interest in American subject matter, the importance of visual stimulation for children, and the significance of illustrations as records of thought, culture and history].

Burant, Jim. "The Print Collection of the Public Archives of Canada: An Unknown Treasure." Imprint, 11, 2 (Autumn 1986), 20-27 [images relating to events, places and personalities in Canadian history from earliest settlement to present].

* Butler, William E. American Bookplates. London: Primrose Hill Press, 2000.

Colclough, Stephen. "Recording the Revolution: Reading Experience and the History of Book." SPIEL, 19, 1 (2000).

Cummins, James B., Jr. "The Paul Mellon Collection of Sporting Books" Yale University Library Gazette, 75 (2001): 167-87.

Darnton, Robert. «La lecture rousseauiste et un lecteur "ordinaire" au XVIIIe siècle», dans Roger Chartier (édit.), Pratiques de la lecture, (Paris, Payot, 1993).

* De Rienzi, Silvia. Instruments in Print: Books from the Whipple Collection. Cambridge: Whipple Museum of the History of Science, 2000. 107 pp., ill. [annotated bibliography of Robert Whipple's bequest to Cambridge of 2,400 books on scientific instruments, 1500-1950].

Dugas, Don-John. "The London Book Trade in 1709 (Part II)." Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 95 (2001): 31-58; 157-72.

* Dunton, John. The Dublin Scuffle. Introduction and notes by Andrew Carpenter. Dublin: Four Courts Press in association with the National Library of Ireland, 2000. 350 pp., facsimiles.[1699 account of Dunton's campaign to sell books in Ireland by auction; with particular attention to Dunton's scuffle with "Patrick Campbel, bookseller in Dublin"].

Eddy, Donald D., with Robert J. Barry. "J. D. Fleeman and his Bibliography of the Works of Samuel Johnson." The Library, 7th series, 2 (2001): 161-78 [review article].

Gartland, Joan W. "The Print Collection of the Robert H. Tannahill Research Library." Imprint, 5, 2 (Autumn 1980), 14-27 [broadsides, prints, trade catalogues, almanacs, and maps from the collection].

* Gemmett, Robert J. The Consummate Collector: William Beckford's Letters to His Bookseller. Norwich: Michael Russell, 2000. 336 pp., ill.

* Golden, Catherine J. (ed.). Book Illustrated: Text, Image, and Culture, 1770-1930. New Castle, DE: Oak Knoll Press, 2000. xvi, 320 pp., ill.

* Grove, Laurence, and Daniel Russell (eds). The French Emblem: Bibliography of Secondary Sources. Geneva: Droz, 2000. Xx, 239 pp.

* Gutjahr, Paul C., & Megan L. Benton (eds.). Illuminating Letters: Typography and Literary Interpretations. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 2001. 216 pp., ill. ["how typography conveys and affects meaning from the Bible to comic books"].

Gross, Sally Lorensen. "American Historical Prints at Yale University Art Gallery." Imprint, 14, 2 (Autumn 1989), 18-30 [survey of the collection including its history, arrangement, finding aids, and history of exhibitions drawn from it, plus discussion and reproduction of some extraordinary 18th and 19th century prints].

* Hamilton, Alice, & Elaine Robinson. "A Very Good Public Library: Early Years of the Leeds Library. Preface by Peter Hoare; introduction by Geoffrey Forster. Wylam, U.K.: Allenholme Press for the History of the Book Trade in the North, 2001. 176 pp., ill. [contains two doctoral theses, Hamilton's "The Leeds Foreign Circulating Library 1779-1814," on membership and holdings, and Robinson's "The Leeds Library in 1817," on the library's state at the end of its first 50 years].

* Harmsen, Theodor. Antiquarianism in the Augustan Age: Thomas Hearne 1678-1735. Oxford &c.: Peter Lang, 2000. 336 pp., ill. ISBN 3-906758-96-6; US 0-8204-5092-8 (paper).

* Hunter, Andrew (ed.). Thornton and Tully's Scientific Books, Libraries, and Collectors: A Study of Bibliography and the Book Trade in Relation to the History of Science. 4th edition, rev. Aldershot, Hants., U.K. and Brookfield, VT: Ashgate, 2000. 405 pp., ill.

* Isaac, Peter, & Barry McKay (eds.). The Mighty Engine: The Printing Press and Its Impact. New Castle, DE: Oak Knoll Press; Winchester: St. Paul's Bibliographies (Print Networks, 4), 2000. 205 pp., ill. [Includes Chris Baggs, "The Potter Family of Haverfordwest 1780-1875" (13-22); Maureen Bell, "Sturdy Rogues and Vagabonds: Restoration Control of Pedlars and Hawkers" (89-96); Margaret Cooper, "Books Returned, Accounts Unsettled and Gifts of Country Food: Customer Expectations at the Turn of the Eighteenth Century; John Mountford, Worcester Bookseller" (131-42); Jim English, "Chapbooks and Primers, Piety, Poetry and Classics: The Mozleys of Gainsborough" (153-62); Sarah Gray, "William Flackton 1709-1798: Canterbury Bookseller and Musician" (121-30); John Hinks "Some Radical Printers and Booksellers of Leicester, c. 1790-1850" (175-84); Rheinallt Llwyd, "'Worthy of the Poets and Worthy of a Gentleman': Publishing Gorchestion Beirdd Cymru (1773)" (1-12); Barry McKay, "John Ware, Printer and Bookseller of Whitehaven: A Year from His Day-Books, 1799-1800" (163-74); David Shaw, "Canterbury's External Links: Book-Trade Relations at the Regional and National Level in the Eighteenth Century" (197-220); David Stoker, "Printing at the Red-Well: An Early Norwich Press through the Eyes of Contemporaries" (97-106); Richard Suggett, "Pedlars and Mercers as Distributors of Print in Early-Modern Wales" (23-32)].

Kennedy, Máire. "The Distribution of a Locally-Produced French Periodical in Provincial Ireland: The Magazin à La Mode." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 9 (1994): 83-98.

The Knight of Glin. "Early Irish Trade-Cards and other Eighteenth-Century Ephemera." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 2 (1987): 114-32.

* Le Cat, Michael L. H. M. Protestantism Crossing the Seas; A Short-Title Catalogue of English Books Printed before 1801 Illustrating the Spread of Protestant Thought and the Exchange of Ideas Between the English-Speaking Countries and the Netherlands, Held by the University Library of the Vrije Universiteit at Amsterdam. Edited by Willem Heijting with the assistance of Sandra van Daalen. Amsterdam: Graaf (Bibliotheca Humanistica et Reformatorica, 59), 2000. 291 pp., facsimiles.

* Lovett, Patricia. [British Library Companion to] Calligraphy, Illumination and Heraldry: A Practical Guide. London: British Library, 2000. 320 pp., ill.

Manguel, A. "The library of Robinson Crusoe." American Scholar, 70, 1 (Winter 2001): 61-70.

May, James E. "Scribleriana Transferred: MSS & Rare Books Offered and Acquired 1996-1999." The Scriblerian, 33 (2001), 226-32.

McKitterick, David. "Women and Their Books in Seventeenth-Century England: The Case of Elizabeth Puckering." The Library, 7th ser., 1 (2000): 359-80.

* McLean, Ruari. How Typography Happens. London: British Library; New Castle, DE: Oak Knoll Books, 2000. 96 pp., ill.

* Moser, Daniel W., Michael Saffle, & Ernest W. Sullivan, II. (eds.). Puzzles in Paper: Concepts in Historical Watermarks. Essays from the International Conference on the History, Function, and Study of Watermarks, Roanoke, Virginia. New Castle, DE: Oak Knoll Press; London: British Library, 2000. 270 pp, ill.

Norton, Bettina A. "The Print Collection of the Essex Institute." Imprint, 6, 1 (Spring 1981), 23-26 [topographical print, portraits, membership certificates, historical and political prints, genre scenes, as well as portfolios of European prints collected by Salem, MA, residents while abroad, and prints by Salem artists at the Peabody Essex Museum, formerly the Essex Institute].

* Pearson, David (ed.). For the Love of the Binding: Studies in Bookbinding History Presented to Mirjam Foot. New Castle, DE: Oak Knoll Press; London: British Library, 2000. 378 pp., ill.

* Peters, Julie Stone. Theatre of the Book 1480-1880: Print, Text, and Performance in Europe. Oxford University Press, 2000. 494 pp., ill.

* Pettit, Alexander (ed.). Textual Studies and the Common Reader: Essays on Editing Novels and Novelists. Athens: University of Georgia Press, 2000. 206 pp., ill.

Pierce, Sally. "The Print Collection of the Boston Athenaeum Library." Imprint, 9, 1 (Spring 1984), 18-25 [history of the collection & its focal points, among 21000 views and 30000 portraits, but largely focused on the later development of lithography].

* Pollard, M. A Dictionary of the Members of the Dublin Book Trade 1550-1800 Based on the Records of the Guild of St. Luke the Evangelist, Dublin. London: Bibliographical Society, 2000. 675 pp.

Pooley, Julian. "The Papers of the Nichols Family and Business: New Discoveries and the Work of Nichols Archive Project." The Library, 7th series, 2 (2001): 10-52.

* Raven, James (ed.). Free Print and Non-Commercial Publishing since 1700. Aldershot, Hants., U.K.: Ashgate, 2000. 258 pp., ill. [papers from a 1996 Cambridge Project for the Book Trust conference].

"Recent Acquisitions Briefly Noted." Yale University Library Gazette, 75 (2001): 188-208.

Reese, William S. "Americana in the Paul Mellon Bequest." Yale University Library Gazette, 75 (2001): 145-66.

* Saunders, Alison. The Seventeenth-Century French Emblem: A Study in Diversity. Geneva: Droz, 2000. 437 pp., ill.

Shaddy, R.A. "Grangerizing: 'One of the unfortunate stages of bibliomania.'" Book Collector, 49, 5 (Winter 2000): 535-46 [the craze for compiling extra-illustrated books].

Shadwell, Wendy. "Hancock by Hiller." Imprint, 7, 1 (Spring 1982), 43-44 [notes the discovery of a previously unknown first state impression of Joseph Hiller's portrait of John Hancock].

Shadwell, Wendy. "Prized Prints: Rare American Prints Before 1860 in the Collections of The New-York Historical Society." Imprint, 11, 1 (Spring 1986), 1-27 [catalog of an exhibition at N-YHS in conjunction with the 1986 North American Print Conference, criteria was "known by fewer than three or four impressions", 38 prints described in detail, almost all illustrated, including later lithographs].

* Southwood, Helen. In Foreign Parts: Books and Pamphlets on the World Beyond Western Europe Printed before 1900 in Canterbury Cathedral Library. Rev. by David Shaw; Introd. by Glenn Bowman. Canterbury: Canterbury Cathedral Library, 2000. 98 pp., ill. [lists over 500 items on travel and geography in the Dean and Chapter's libraries, including materials from the library of Lee Warly (1715-1807).]

Sullivan, Larry. "The Print Collection of the New-York Historical Society." Imprint, 6, 2 (Autumn 1981), 20-24 [NY from the 16th to the 20th centuries, plus special collections of clipper ship cards, naval prints (Olds collection), circus posters, portraits, political cartoons, Audubon watercolors, architectural drawings, and the enormous Landauer Ephemera Collection].

Urquhart, Ross. "The print Collection of the Massachusetts Historical Society." Imprint, 5, 2 (Autumn 1980), 20-23 [selection of British & American 18th century prints, as well as later work from the collection].

Velthuys, Paula. "The Print Collection of the Maryland Historical Society." Imprint, 8, 2 (Autumn 1983), 20-26 [primarily regional material, beginning with a 1752 drawing of Baltimore and many later views, supplemented by collections of frakturs, currency and sheet music].

Whiteman, Bruce. "Richardson and de Sade Acquisitions." The Center & Clark Newsletter, 37 (Spring 2001): 1-2 [newsletter of the Center for 17th & 18th-Century Studies and the William Andrews Clark Library, UCLA].

* Wild, Francine. Naissance du genre des ana (1574-1712). Paris: Éditions Honoré Champion (coll. «Études et essais sur la Renaissance», 29), 2001. 784 pp. ISBN: 2-7453-0531-X.

Will, Maureen O'Brien. "The Graphics Collection of the Chicago Historical Society." Imprint, 8, 1 (Spring 1983), 31-36 [high points and general topics covered by prints pertaining to American history in a broad way].

* Willetts, Pamela J. Catalogue of Manuscripts in the Society of Antiquaries of London. Woodbridge, Suffolk, U.K.: D. S. Brewer, for the Society of Antiquaries of London, 2000. 619 pp., ill.

* Williams, William Proctor, & William Baker. "Caveat Lector. English Books 1475-1700 and the Electronic Age." Analytical & Enumerative Bibliography, n.s. 12 (2001): 1-29 [cautionary examination of the EngSTC and the Early English Books Online, with comparisons to the printed revised STC and the revised Wing catalogues.]

* Y Llyfr yng Nghymru / Welsh Book Studies. No. 3 [Aberystwyth: Canolfan y Llyfr Aberystwyth / Aberystwyth Centre for the Book, 2000. 93 pp. [includes David Stoker on "Browne Willis's accounts of the cathedrals of St. David's and Llandaff" -- Willis (1682-1760), educated at Christ Church and the Middle Temple, and MP for Buckinghamshire (1705-08), was a productive antiquary. Most articles are in Welsh and involve current Welsh reading and book distribution].

* Zboray, Ronald J., & Mary Saracino Zboray. A Handbook for the Study of Book History in the United States. Washington, DC: Center for the Book, Library of Congress, 2000. 155 pp.

[see also titles by Davies and by Kinane listed under France - Literature - Cholderlos de Laclos; by Mounsey listed under Ireland - Literature - Goldsmith]

WEB RESOURCES

Book Talk for Editors, Scholars, and Researchers -- A checklist "of bibliophilic matters," with sources, compiled by Maureen E. Mulvihill, originally for the Scolar-Ashgate project, The Early Modern Englishwoman - focus on scholarly editing. Available: http://members.aol.com/litpage/booktalk.html

 

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

* Christie, Nancy, ed. Households of Faith: Family, Gender, and Community in Canada, 1760-1969. McGill-Queen's University Press, 2002. 408 pp. ISBN 0-7735-2271-9

* Courville, Serge et Robert Garon (édit.). Québec ville et capitale, Québec: Presses de l'Université Laval, 2001. 455 pp.

* Farina, Annick (édit.). Dictionnaires de langue française du Canada. Lexicographie et société au Québec. Paris: Éditions Honoré Champion (coll. «Lexica - Mots et dictionnaires», 6), 2001. 448 pp. Préface de Claude Poirier. ISBN: 2-7453-0483-6.

* Fournier, Martin. Pierre-Esprit Radisson: Merchant Adventurer, 1636-1701. Tr. Mary Ricard. McGill-Queen's University Press, 2001. 310 pp. ISBN 2-89448-175-6 (paper)

* Havard, Gilles. The Great Peace of Montréal of 1701: French-Native Diplomacy in the Seventeenth Century. McGill-Queen's University Press, 2001. 320 pp. ISBN 0-7735-2209-3 (cloth); 0-7735-2219-0 (paper)

* Landry, Nicolas et Nicole Lang. Histoire de l'Acadie. Sillery, Québec: Septentrion, 2001. 348 pp., ill.

Toussaint, Ismène. «La littérature d'expression française dans l'Ouest canadien - trois siècles d'écriture». l'Action nationale, juin 2001.

* Vaugeois, Denis. The End of the French-Indian Alliance. Tr. Kathe Roth. McGill-Queen's University Press, November 2001. 296 pp. ISBN 2-89448-200-0 (paper)

* Wilton, Carol. Popular Politics and Political Culture in Upper Canada, 1800-1850. McGill-Queen's University Press, 2001. 320 pp. ISBN 0-7735-2053-8 pb

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

CARIBBEAN HISTORY

* Diaz, Maria Elena. The Virgin, the King, and the Royal Slaves of El Cobre: Negotiating Freedom in Colonial Cuba, 1670-1780. Stanford University Press, 2000

[see also title by Rutten listed under History of Medicine; by Nelson under History of Science]]

CARTOGRAPHY, GEOGRAPHY, VOYAGES

Buisseret, David. "Printed Maps of the Chicago Portage." Imprint, 12, 1 (Spring 1987), 25-27 [survey of maps from 1733 to 1853, noting the enjoyment derived from collecting narrowly on one area or feature].

* Bouleversants voyages: itinéraires et transformations. Perpignan: Presses de l'Université de Perpignan, 2000. 415 pp.

* Chabaud, Gilles, Évelyne Cohen, Natacha Coquery et Jérôme Penez (édit.). les Guides imprimés du XVIe au XXe siècle. Villes, paysages, voyages. Paris: Belin (coll. «Mappemonde»), 2000. 704 pp., ill.

Fairman, Elisabeth. "'Wherin all Trauailers may Vnderstand How to Direct their Voyages': Maps and Atlases at the Yale Center for British Art from the Bequest of Paul Mellon." Yale University Library Gazette, 75 (2001): 111-44.

Kolbert, Elizabeth. "Comment: Hot and Cold." New Yorker, August 13, 2001, pp. 25-26 [the Des Bois Glacier (la Mer de Glace) near Chamonix, on the move in the 17th century, now retreating, & the Kyoto Protocols on greenhouse gas emissions]

Tabaki, Anna. «L'édition arabo-grecque de la Géographie d'Aboulféda par Dimitrios Alexandridis (1807) et sa fortune au début du XIXe siècle», dans Graeco-Arabica, IVth Interntional Congress on Graeco-Oriental and Graeco-African Studies, 1993, vol. V, pp. 251-258. D'abord paru dans Journal of Oriental and African Studies, 2, 1990, pp. 93-100.

Tabaki, Anna, «La question de la traduction au XVIIIe siècle», dans Questions d'histoire des lettres néogrecques. Hommage à C.T. Dimaras, Thessaloniki, Paratiritis, 1994, pp. 89-106. Texte en grec.

Tolias, Georges. «À la recherche d'Homère: les aventures de la géographie homérique au XVIIIe siècle», Revue de l'Institut de sociologie, 1-2 (1998): 153-163.

[see also title by Hostetler listed under China - History]

CHILDREN'S LITERATURE

* Avery, Gillian, & Kimberley Reynolds (eds.). Representations of Childhood Death. London: Macmillan, 2000. 246 pp.

Brocklebank, Lisa. "Rebellious Voices: The Unofficial Discourse of Cross-dressing in d'Aulnoy, de Murat, and Perrault." Children's Literature Association Quarterly, 25 (2000): 127-36.

* Darnton, F. J. Harvey. Children's Books in England: Five Centuries of Social Life. 3rd ed. Revised by Brian Alderson. British Library, 1999. 398 pp.

* Dekker, Rudolf. Childhood Memory and Autobiography in Holland: From the Golden Age to Romanticism. London: Macmillan, 2000. 174 pp., ill.

* Findlay, James A. ABC Books and Related Materials: Selections from the Nyr Indictor Collection of the Alphabet: An Exhibition Catalogue. Ft. Lauderdale, FL: F. L. Bienes Center for the Literary Arts, 2000. 64 pp., ill.

Fyfe, Aileen. "Reading Children's Books in Late Eighteenth Century Dissenting Families." The Historical Journal, 43 (2000): 453-73.

Hounslow, David. "The Cuz's Chorus: Or, a Little Piece of Book-Trade Nonsense." Quadrat, 12 (January 2001): 3-7 [on several nonsense chapters involving "Cuz" and "Cuzes" in John Newbery's A Pretty Play-Thing for Children of All Denominations (1759?), explaining references to print-house chapter ceremonies and attributing chapters (potentially the book) to Christopher Smart.]

* Hunt, Peter. Children's Literature. Oxford: Blackwell (Blackwell Guides to Literature), 2001. 334 pp.

* Hunt, Peter. Children's Literature: An Anthology, 1801-1902. Oxford: Blackwell, 2001. 480 pp.

Immel, Andrea. "James Pettit Andrews's 'Books' (1790): The First Critical Survey of English Children's Literature." Children's Literature, 28 (2000): 147-63.

* Kirkpatrick, Robert J. Bullies, Breaks and Flannelled Fools: An Annotated Bibliography of Boys' School Fiction, 1742-2000. London: Robert Kirkpatrick, 2001. 337 pp. [updated revision of Kirkpatrick's 1990 bibliography covering 1742-1990].

* Kümmerling-Meibauer, Bettina. Klassiker der Kinder-und Jugendliteratur: Ein internationales Lexicon. Stuttgart and Weimar: S. B. Metzler, 1999. 2 vols. 1236 pp., ill. [534 articles on classics of children's literature from over 65 countries].

May, James E. "The Children's Books History Society." The East-Central Intelligencer, n.s. 15, 2 (May 2001): 16-19.

* Meyenbörg, Jörg. Entwurf einer Didaktik der Kinder- und Jugenliteratur für die Sekundarstufe I: Beiträge zur Debatte um ihre Eigenständigkeit. Ed. Malte Dahrendorf. Frankfurt am Main and New York: Peter Lang, 2000.

* Monaghan, E. Jennifer, & Arlene L. Barry. Writing the Past: Teaching Reading in Colonial America and the United States, 1640-1940. San Diego, CA: History of Reading Group of International Reading Association, 1999. 44 pp., ill. [exhibition of printed materials at the 1999 meeting of the International Reading Association in San Diego].

* Pohlman, Carola (ed.). Geschichtes Bilder: Historische Jugendbücher aus vier Jahrhunderten. Berlin: Staatsbibliothek, 2000. [15 essays & Polhlman's introduction on writing about history for children.]

* Shefrin, Jill. "Neatly Dissected for the Instruction of Young Ladies and Gentlemen in the Knowledge of Geography": John Spilsbury and Early Dissected Puzzles. Los Angeles: Cotsen Occasional Press, 1999. 40 pp., ill. [about hand-colored maps printed from copper plate engravings, mounted and then cut along geographical boundaries to serve as puzzles; apparently the invention of English engraver John Spilsbury (1739-69). Sheffrin's specific examinations include dissected puzzles from 1766-1767 in the Cotsen Children's Library in Los Angeles].

* Styles, Morag. From the Garden to the Street: An Introduction to 300 Years of Poetry for Children. London: Cassell, 1998. 304 pp.

*Zipes, Jack (tr. & ed.). The Great Fairy Tale Tradition: From Straparola and Basile to the Brothers Grimm: Texts, Criticism. (Norton New York: Norton, 2001. 991 pp., ill. [Norton Critical Edition].

* Zipes, Jack (ed.). The Oxford Companion to Fairy Tales. Oxford University Press, 2000. 603 pp. [Zipes' essay "Towards a Definition of the Literary Fairy Tale" distinguishing it from oral tales; sets scope for contributions from 66 scholars that follow].

[See also the newly updated edition of Jim May's C18-L Bibliography, "Recent Studies in 18th-Century Children's Literature," available: http://www.personal.psu.edu/special/C18/children.htm

CHINA - HISTORY

Hostetler, Laura. "Qing Connections to the Early Modern World: Ethnography and Cartography in Eighteenth-Century China." Modern Asian Studies, 34 (2000): 623-662.

* Lee, James Z. and Wang Feng. One Quarter of Humanity: Malthusian Mythology and Chinese Realities, 1700-2000. Harvard University Press, October 2001. 272 pp. ISBN 0-674-63908-1 (new in paper).

[see also title by Malik listed under Judaica]

CHINA - LITERATURE

Balliot, Frédérique. «Chinoiseries littéraires (avec une étude des premiers textes narratifs chinois traduits en France)», Lyon, Université Lyon 2, 1996. Dir.: Annie Rivara.

CLASSICS & CLASSICAL CIVILIZATION

* Winterer, Caroline. The Culture of Classicism: Ancient Greece and Rome in American Intellectual Life, 1780-1910. Johns Hopkins University Press, December 2001. 272 pp. ISBN 0-8018-6799-1

[see title by Dubel & Rabau listed under Theory & Criticism]

Homer

[see title by Tolias listed under Cartography]

Ovid

* Fielitz, Sonja. Wit, Passion and Tenderness: Ovids Metamorphosen im Wandel der Diskurse in England zwischen 1660 und 1800. Frankfurt/M. &c.: Peter Lang, 2000. 416 s. ISBN 3-631-36706-6

Rome

Vance, Norman. "Imperial Rome and Britain's Language of Empire, 1600-1837." History of European Ideas, 26, 3-4 (2000)" 159-76.

[see title by Kieven & Pinto listed under History of Architecture]

Suetonius

[see title by Patterson listed under England - Literature - Marvell]

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

Barker, S. "The end of argument: Knowledge and the internet." Philosophy and Rhetoric, 33, 2 (2000): 154-81.

CULINARY OR GASTRONOMICAL HISTORY, OENOLOGY, CAKES & ALE, &C.

* Grossman, Anne Chotzinoff; Lisa Grossman Thomas; & Patrick O'Brian. Lobscouse and Spotted Dog: Which It's a Gastronomic Companion to the Aubrey/Maturin Novels. W.W. Norton & Company, 2000. 336 pp. ISBN: 0393320944 (paper)

ECONOMICS

Caffentzis, C. George. "Why Did Berkeley's Bank Fail? Money and Libertinism in Eighteenth-Century Ireland." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 12 (1997): 100-15.

Dhuicq, Bernard. «Globalisation et réémergence du concept de Corporate Governance», dans Le modèle économique anglo-saxon à l'épreuve de la globalisation, colloque en Sorbonne, avril 1995 (Publications de la Sorbonne Nouvelle, Université Paris III), pp. 91-100.

Forget, Evelyn L. "Cultivating Sympathy: Sophie Condorcet's Letters on Sympathy." Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 23, 3 (September 2001): 319-37.

Hamberger, Klaus. "Bohm-Bawerk, Jevons and the 'Austrian' theory of capital: 'a quite different relation.'" European Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 8, 1 (March 2001): 42-57.

Hill, Lisa. "The hidden theology of Adam Smith." European Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 8, 1 (March 2001): 1-29.

Kelly, Patrick. "'Industry and Virtue versus Luxury and Corruption': Berkeley, Walpole, and the South Sea Bubble Crisis." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 7 (1992): 57-74.

Legg, Marie-Louise. "Money and Reputations: The Effects of the Banking Crises of 1755 and 1760." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 10 (1995): 74-87.

Lluch, Ernest. "Lopez de Penalver's Reflexiones: an economic and mathematical approach." European Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 8, 2 (June 2001): 130-45.

* Rotschild, Emma. Economic Sentiments. Adam Smith, Condorcet, and the Enlightenment. Boston: Harvard University Press, 2001. 368 pp.

Van Den Berg, Richard, & Christophe Salvat. "Scottish subtlety: André Morellet's comments on the Wealth of Nations." European Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 8, 2 (June 2001): 146-85.

Walker, Donald A. "A factual account of the functioning of the nineteenth-century Paris Bourse." European Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 8, 2 (June 2001): 186-207.

Zouboulakis, Michel S. "From Mill to Weber: the meaning of the concept of economic rationality." European Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 8, 1 (March 2001): 30-41.

ENGLAND - HISTORY

* Baker, T.F.T., ed. A History of the County of Middlesex. Volume XI, "Early Stepney with Bethnal Green". The Victoria History of the Counties of England. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1998. 298 pp., maps, ill. ISBN 0-19-722791-0 - and see H-NET online review by Vanessa Harding, "Victorian Values," published by H-Albion (June, 2001), available: http://www2.h-net.msu.edu/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=4667996249059

* Cruickshanks, Eveline. The Glorious Revolution. New York: St. Martin's Press (British History in Perspective Series), 2000. 126 pp. ISBN 0-312-23009-5 - and see H-NET online review by Matthew P. Szromba, "The Inglorious Revolution," Published by H-Albion (June, 2001), available: http://www2.h-net.msu.edu/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=4994996249435

* Duffy, Michael. The Younger Pitt. Harlow & New York: Longman (Profiles in Power), 2000. 247 pp. ISBN 0-582-05279-3 - and see H-NET online review by Stephen M. Lee, "The Age of Pitt the Younger," published by H-Albion (June, 2001), available: http://www2.h-net.msu.edu/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=7578998317642

Ekirch, A. Roger. "Sleep We Have Lost: Pre-industrial Slumber in the British Isles. " American Historical Review 106, 2 (April 2001): 343-86.

* Harris, Tim, ed. The Politics of the Excluded, c.1500-1850. Palgrave, 2001. 288 pp. ISBN 0-333-72223-X

* Hill, Bridget. Women Alone: Spinsters in Britain, 1660-1850. Yale University Press, November 2001. 320 pp. ISBN 0-300-08820-5.

* Keay, Mark. William Wordsworth's Golden Age Theories During the Industrial Revolution in England, 1750-1850. Palgrave, September 2001. 310pp. ISBN 0-333-79436-2

* King, Steven and Geoffrey Timmins. Making Sense of the Industrial Revolution: English Economy and Society, 1700-1850. Manchester University Press, 2001. 424pp. ISBN 0-7190-5021-9 (cloth); 0-7190-5022-7 (paper).

Lurbe, Pierre. "Epsom as emblem: John Toland's Description of Epsom." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 9 (1994): 129-36.

McLoughlin, T.O. "Edmund Burke's Abridgement of English History." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 5 (1990): 45-60.

McNeil, David. "The spectacle of protest and punishment: newspaper coverage of the Melksham Weavers' Riot of 1738." Media History, 7, 1 (June 2001): 71-86.

* Mori, Jennifer. Britain in the Age of the French Revolution 1785-1820. Harlow & New York: Longman, 2000. 259 pp. ISBN 0-582-23852-8 -- and see H-NET online review by Stephen M. Lee, "The Age of Pitt the Younger," published by H-Albion (June, 2001), available: http://www2.h-net.msu.edu/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=7578998317642

* O'Day, Rosemary. The Professions in Early Modern England, 1450-1800: Servants of the Commonweal. Longman, 2000. 334pp. ISBN 0582292654

* Scrivener, Michael. Seditious Allegories: John Thelwall and Jacobin Writing. Penn State University Press, 2001. 304 pp. ISBN 0-271-02109-8

* Smuts, R. Malcolm. Culture and Power in England, 1585-1685. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1999. 201 pp., ill. ISBN 0-312-22328-5 (paper) - and see H-NET online review by Roger B. Manning, "Political Cultures and Historical Contexts," published by H-Albion (June, 2001), available: http://www2.h-net.msu.edu/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=3825996607597

Ward, Robert E. "A Letter from Ireland: A Little-Known Attack on Hume's History of England." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 2 (1987): 196-7.

[see also title by Robinson listed under History of Art; by O'Brien (on public opinion) listed under Ireland - History]

ENGLAND - LANGUAGE & LITERATURE

* Beal, Peter, & Margaret J. M. Ezell (eds.). Writings by Early Modern Women. London: British Library (English Manuscript Studies 1100-1700, v. 9.), 2000.

Child, Elizabeth. "'To Sing the Town': Women, Place, and Print Culture in Eighteenth-Century Bath." Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture, 28 (1999): 155-72 [Mary Chalmers; More; Yearsley; Lee; Sarah Fielding; Lady Miller; Esther Lewis; Sarah Scott].

Craske, Matthew. "Richard Jago's Edge-Hill revisited: a traveller's prospectof the health and disease of a sucession of national landscapes," in Richard Wrigley and George Revill, eds. Pathologies of Travel (Amsterdam & Atlanta: Rodopi, 2000), pp.121-156

* Johns-Putra, Adeline. Heroes and Housewives: Women's Epic Poetry and Domestic Ideology in the Romantic Age (1770-1835). Bern &c.: Peter Lang, 2001. 365 pp. ISBN 3-906758-59-1; US-ISBN 0-8204-5076-6 (paper)

* Keppel-Jones, David. The Strict Metrical Tradition: Variations in the Literary Iambic Pentameter from Sidney and Spenser to Matthew Arnold. McGill-Queen's University Press, 2001. 296 pp. ISBN 0-7735-2161-5

* Oueijan, Naji B. The Progress of an Image: The East in English Literature. New York: Peter Lang, 1996. ISBN 0-8204-2712-8 (cloth)

* Pumpe, Christina. Priester - Vater - Ehemann: Anglikanische Geistliche in britische Frauenromanen 1780-1850. Frankfurt am Main &c.: Peter Lang, 2000. 356 s. ISBN 3-631-36069-X [Burney, Jane West, Charlotte Smith, Maria Edgeworth, &c.]

* Reiman, Donald H. & Doucet Devin Fischer, eds. Shelley and His Circle, 1773-1822. Volumes IX-X. Harvard University Press, December 2001. 1344 pp.

Roper, Alan. "Innuendo in the Restoration." Journal of English and Germanic Philology, 100 (2001): 22-39.

* Skinner, John. An Introduction to Eighteenth-Century Fiction: Raising the Novel. Palgrave, October 2001. 320 pp. ISBN 0-333-77624-0

Verdurmen, John Peter. "Lucius Junius Brutus and Restoration tragedy: the politics of trauma." Journal of European Studies, 19, 2, 74 (June 1989): 81-100

Verdurmen, John Peter. "Volition and Society in Racine and Otway: A Structural Analysis." Journal of College of Arts (Riyadh, King Saud University) 11, 2 (1984): 183-96.

[see also titles by Soupel listed under France - Literature; by Shevlin under History of Law]

Addison

Dhuicq, Bernard. "Préface pour une réédition d'une partie de la première traduction française du Spectator." Paris: La Bibliothèque, 1996, pp. 91-100.

Austen

* Austen, Jane. Sense and Sensibility. Ed. Kathleen James-Cavan. Broadview, 2001. 427pp. ISBN: 1-55111-125-x (paper).

Cossy, Valérie. "A Study of the Early French Translations of Jane Austen's Novels in Switzerland, 1813-1830." Oxford, thèse de doctorat, 1996.

Cossy, Valérie. «Texts Misrepresented: Jane Austen in France and Isabelle de Montolieu». The European English Messenger, 6, 2, (automne 1997).

Ferguson, Frances. "Jane Austen, Emma, and the Impact of Form." Modern Language Quarterly, 61 (2000): 157-180.

Beckford

* Ostergard, Derek, ed. William Beckford, 1760-1844: An Eye for the Magnificent. Yale University Press, October 2001. 496 pp. ISBN 0-300-09068-4.

[see also title by Gemmett listed under Bibliography]

Behn

* Behn, Aphra. La Belle infidèle. Paris: Picquier, 1990. Tr. Bernard Dhuicq. 223 pp. [traduction de The Fair Jilt, The History of the Nun, or the Fair Vow-Breaker, Oroonoko].

* Behn, Aphra. The Rover, L'Ecumeur. Adaptation et traduction de Christine Dejoux, préface de Bernard Dhuicq. Entrevaux: Bilingua GA Editions (coll. Bilingua princeps), 2000. ISBN 2-84656-000-5 [site web http://www.bilingua.com]

* Behn, Aphra. Une Heureuse occasion. Arles: Maison Antoine Vitez, 1990. Tr. Bernard Dhuicq. 116 pp. [traduction de The Lucky Chance].

Dhuicq, Bernard. «Aphra Behn: au-delà de l'érotisme», dans Henri Adamczewski, Bernard Brugière, Suzy Halimi, Gisèle Venet (édit.), Mélanges offerts à Robert Ellrodt (PSN, 1994), pp. 132-149.

Dhuicq,Bernard «Aphra Behn: du Régicide à la Glorieuse Révolution». Bulletin de la Société d'Etudes Anglo-Américaines des XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles, 47 (1999): 153-67.

Dhuicq, Bernard. «Aphra Behn, écrivain professionnel: du plagiat aux droits d'auteur», dans Le Livre, colloque en Sorbonne, novembre 1999, BSEAA (2000), 51-65.

Dhuicq, Bernard. «Aphra Behn et le féminisme à la fin du XVIIe siècle», dans La Femme en Angleterre et dans les colonies nord-américaines aux XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles (colloque en Sorbonne, octobre 1975, Société d'Etudes anglo-américaines des XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles, Université de Lille), pp. 166-175.

Dhuicq, Bernard. «Aphra Behn: théorie et pratique de la traduction au XVIIe siècle». Franco-British Studies, 10 (automne 1970): 75-98.

Dhuicq, Bernard. «Aphra Behn's Contribution to the Rise of the Novel», dans La nouvelle de langue anglaise, colloque en Sorbonne, février 1988, Visions critiques V (Publications de la Sorbonne Nouvelle, Univesité Paris III, 1988), pp. 37-42.

Dhuicq, Bernard. "Aphra Behn's Reflections on Morality, or, Seneca Unmasked." Notes and Queries, NS 41, 1 (June 1994): 175-76.

Dhuicq, Bernard. «De la 'jeune fille savante' et de la 'femme vertueuse' au 'savoir sauvage': Anna Maria van Schurman, Bathsua Makin et Aphra Behn », dans Guyonne Leduc (édit), L'Education des femmes en Europe et en Amérique du Nord de la Renaissance à 1848: Réalités et Représentations (Paris: L'Harmattan, 1997): 123-34.

Dhuicq, Bernard. «De la réalité à l'illusion: réception des 'Novels' d'Aphra Behn », dans La nouvelle de langue anglaise, en Sorbonne, Visions critiques IV (Publications de la Sorbonne Nouvelle, Université Paris III, 1987), pp. 11-22.

Dhuicq, Bernard. «Fait divers, histoire et fiction: les Love Letters (Part I 1684; Part II 1685; Part III 1687) d'Aphra Behn », dans Daniela Gallingani (édit.), Le credibilii finzione della storia (Firenze: Centro editoriale Toscano [Cultura e societa, 8], 1996), pp. 65-76.

Dhuicq, Bernard. "Further Evidence of Aphra Behn's Stay in Surinam." Notes and Queries, NS 26. 6 (December 1979): 524-26.

Dhuicq,Bernard. "Is 'Misrepresentation' still 'the lot of Aphra Behn'?" Notes and Queries, NS 42, 1 (March 1995): 40.

Dhuicq, Bernard. «'Landed Gentry' et 'Merchants' dans le théâtre d'Aphra Behn ». Centre(s) de pouvoir(s) et d'influence(s), colloque Paris X Nanterre, mars 1987 (Confluences II, Université Paris X, 1989), pp. 71-81.

Dhuicq, Bernard. "New evidence on Aphra Behn's Stay in Surinam." Notes and Queries, NS 42, 1 (March 1995): 40-41.

Dhuicq, Bernard. "Notice biographique et présentation de l'œuvre d'Aphra Behn." Dictionnaire universel des littératures. Paris : PUF, 1994.

Dhuicq, Bernard. «Oroonoko: la rencontre de trois mondes», Colloque en Sorbonne, novembre 1993, BSEAA (juin 1994): 33-44.

Dhuicq, Bernard. "Présentation de la biographie et de la pensée d'Aphra Behn." l'Encyclopédie philosophique (Paris: PUF, 1992), vol. 3, pp. 970-71.

Dhuicq, Bernard. "Religion in Aphra Behn's Works: Representation and Misrepresentation." Studies in English Literature (Tokyo), 71,2 (1995): 93-112.

Dhuicq, Bernard. «Vie, formes et lumière dans l'œuvre d'Aphra Behn», dans Guyonne Leduc (édit.), Vie, formes et lumière(s), Hommage à Paul Denizot (Paris: Société d'Etudes Anglo-Américaines des XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles, Université Charles de Gaulle Lille III, 1999), pp. 127-33.

Dhuicq, Bernard. «Violence physique, violence morale dans The Fair Jilt d'Aphra Behn», La violence et ses représentations, en Sorbonne, novembre 1996, BSEAA, 1997, 7-16.

Blake

Commander, J. "Blake at the millennium." Book Collector, 50, 1 (Spring 2001): 77-84 [survey of recent studies].

Mulvihill, J. "'The history of all times and places': William Blake and historical representation in America and Europe." Clio, 29, 4 (Summer 2000): 373-94.

* Phillips, Michael. William Blake: The Creation of the Songs. From Manuscript to Illuminated Printing. London: British Library, 2000. 180 pp., ill. (incl. 72 coloured plates).

* Spector, Sheila A. "Wonders Divine:" The Development of Blake's Kabbalistic Myth. Bucknell University Press, 2001. ISBN 0-8387-5468-6 [lavishly illustrated]

Suzuki, Masashi. "'Signal of solemn mourning': Los, Blake's Sandals and Ancient Israelite Custom." Journal of English and Germanic Philology, 100 (2001): 40-56.

[see also title by Kaufman listed under Philosophy - Kant]

Congreve

§ Restoration and 18th-Century Theatre Research, 2nd ser., 15, 1 (Summer 2000) is a special edition edited by Timothy J. Viator, entitled "The Tercentenary of Congreve's The Way of the World." Essays include William J. Burling, "The Way of the Postmodern World: Thoughts on the Staging of The Way of the World" (14-23); Leon Coburn &Timothy Erwin, "Spectacle in The Way of the World" (1-13), Kathryn Lowerre, "Music and Meanings in Congreve's The Way of the World." 24 ff.

Defoe

[see title by Manguel listed under Bibliography &c.]

Inchbald

Cossy, Valérie. «Nature and Art d'Elisabeth Inchbald dans la Bibliothèque britannique et dans l'œuvre d'Isabelle de Charrière». Annales Benjamin Constant, (1996): 18-19.

Johnson

* Miller, Stephen. Three Deaths and Enlightenment Thought: Johnson, Hume, Marat. Bucknell University Press, 2001. ISBN 0-8387-5481-3

[see also title by Eddy listed under Bibliography]

Marvell

Patterson, Annabel M. "A Restoration Suetonius: A New Marvell Text? " Modern Language Quarterly, 61 (2000): 463-80.

Milton

* Agari, Masahiko. Inversion in Milton's Poetry. Bern: Peter Lang, 2001. 231 pp. ISBN 3-906765-54-7

Machacek, G. "Paradise Lost, Christian epic and the familiar sublime." Cithara - Essays in the Judeo-Christian Tradition, 40, 1 (November 2000): 37-49.

Mulryan, J. "Milton and Socrates." Cithara - Essays in the Judeo-Christian Tradition, 40 (2): 20-26.

[see also title by Budick listed under Philosophy - Kant]

Pope

Aarato, Franco. "Pope italiano: le traduzioni settecentesche dell'Essay on Man," in Sertoli-Miglietta, ed. Anglistica e... Atti del XVIII Congresso AIA (Trieste: Eut, 1999), vol. I, pp. 75-86.

* Ingrassia, Catherine, & Claudia N. Thomas (ed.). "More Solid Learning:" New Perspectives on Alexander Pope's "Dunciad." Bucknell University Press, 2001. ISBN 0-8387-5443-0.

Richardson

Bowen, Scarlett. "'A Sawce-box and Boldface Indeed': Refiguring the Female Servant in the Pamela-Antipamela Debate." Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture, 28 (1999): 257-85.

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

Sedley

* Hanowell, Holger, ed. Sir Charles Sedley's The Mulberry Garden (1688) and Bellamira: or, The Mistress (1687). Frankfurt/M., &c.: Peter Lang, 2001. 314 pp. ISBN 3-631-37700-2, US ISBN 0-8204-5376-5 (paper) [an old-spelling critical edition with introduction and commentary].

Smart

* Mounsey, Chris. Christopher Smart: Clown of God. Bucknell University Press, 2001. ISBN 0-8387-5483-X.

[see also title by Hounslow listed under Children's Literature]

Shakespeare

Verdurmen, John Peter. "Submerged Borrowing: The Dynamics of Restoration and Eighteenth-Century Modifications of Shakespeare." Journal of College of Arts (Riyadh: King Saud University), 5, 2 (1993): 85-103.

Walpole

Baines, Paul. "'This Theatre of Monstrous Guilt': Horace Walpole and the Drama of Incest." Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture, 28 (1999): 287-309.

Wollstonecraft

* Windle, John. Mary Wollstonecraft Godwin, 1759-1797: A Bibliography of the First and Early Editions with Briefer Notes on Later Editions and Translations. Rev. 2nd ed. Edited by Karma Pippin [adding a chronology and secondary bibliography]. New Castle, DE: Oak Knoll Press, 2000. 71 pp., chronology, ill.

[see also titles listed under Political Thought - Wollstonecraft]

Wycherly

Velissariou, Aspasia. "Gender and the Circulation of Money and Desire in Wycherley's The Plain-Dealer" Restoration, 18, 1 (Spring 1994).

Velissariou, Aspasia. "Patriarchal Tactics of Control and Female Desire in Wycherley's The Gentleman Dancing-Master and The Country-Wife." Texas Studies in Literature and Language, 37, 2 (Summer 1995).

[see also title by Porter listed under Material Culture]

EUROPE

* Bertelli, Sergio. The King's Body: Sacred Rituals of Power in Medieval and Early Modern Europe. Tr. R. Burr Litchfield. Penn State University Press, 2001. 320 pp., ill. ISBN 0-271-02102-0

* Rosner, Lisa and John Theibault. A Short History of Europe, 1600-1815. M.E. Sharpe, 2000. 461 pp. ISBN 0-7656-0327-6 (cloth); 0-7656-0328-4 (paper)

* Vergé-Franceschi, Michel et Antoine-Marie Graziani (édit.). la Guerre de course en Méditerranée (1515-1830). Paris et Ajaccio, Presses de l'Université de Paris-Sorbonne et Éditions Alain Piazzola, 2000. 278 pp., ill.

FICTION SET IN THE LONG 18TH CENTURY

* Folco, Michel. Dieu et nous seuls pouvons. Paris: Seuil (coll. «Points»), 1991. 320 pp. Roman qui se déroule au XVIIIe siècle.

* Folco, Michel. Un loup est un loup. Paris: Seuil (coll. «Points»), 1995. 576 pp. Roman qui se déroule au XVIIIe siècle.

* Lasry, Pierre. Une Juive en Nouvelle-France. Montréal: Éditions du Cidihca, 2001. 456 pp. Roman qui se déroule au XVIIIe siècle.

* Wharton, Thomas. Salamander. Toronto: Maclellan & Stewart, 2001. 320 pp. ISBN: 0771088337 [A novel set in the 18th century, careening, as the blurb says, "through a world of ideas and stories in which the mythic power of books, the thirst for knowledge, and the pursuit of immortality are almost erotic. Yet Salamander is also a universal story of love and obsession, not only between people, but between people and the printed word. The novel combines fantasy and history, magic and human desire, in a narrative as sinuous and shape-shifting as its central image, the salamander of myth and reality. An eccentric count in Slovakia summons the great London printer Nicholas Flood to his castle for an unusual assignment: the creation of an infinite book. Flood is intrigued by the challenge as he is drawn to the count's daughter, Irena. Their passion (and its shattering consequences) becomes the catalyst for Flood's spellbinding, world-spanning quest in the company of his young daughter, Pica, who was raised in a Venice ospedale. Along the way the novel gathers stories that range from a Chinese tale of jealousy and lost love, to the remarkable history of Alexandria's other great library, and to epoch-making moments on the battlefields of colonial America."]

FRANCE - HISTORY

Blakemore, Steven, and Fred Hembree. "Edmund Burke, Marie Antoinette, and the Procédure Criminelle." The Historian, 63, 3 (Spring 2001): 505-20.

* Bancarel, Gilles et Gianluigi Goggi (édit.) Raynal. De la polémique à l'histoire, SVEC, 12 (2000). Xii, 446 pp. Ill.

Barber, Giles. «Philip Playstowe's Gentleman's Guide on his Tour through France», dans John Renwick (édit.), l'Invitation au voyage. Studies in honour of Peter France (Oxford, Voltaire Foundation, 2000), pp. 165-173.

Béguelin, Raphaèl. «Le regard des autres. Les montagnes neuchâteloises d'après les relations de voyages (1750-1820)». Neuchâtel, Université de Neuchâtel, mémoire de licence d'histoire, juin 2000. 249 pp., ill. Dir.: Philippe Henry.

* Bell, David A. The Cult of the Nation in France: Inventing Nationalism, 1680-1800. Harvard University Press, November 2001. 320pp. ISBN 0-674-00447-7

Bratun, Marek. «Das polnische Deutschlandreise in der zweiten Hälfte des 18. Jahrhunderts am Beispiel von Graf Michael Georg Mniszechs Reisebeschreibung 1765». Das Achtzehnte Jahrhundert, 24, 1 (2000): 13-24. Récit de voyage en français.

Lynn, Michael R. "Divining the enlightenment:public opinion and popular science in Old Regime France." Isis, 92, 1 (March 2001): 34-54.

Moureau, François. «Censure, information et opinion publique dans la France des Lumières», dans l'Information à l'époque moderne (Paris: Presses de l'Université de Paris-Sorbonne [coll. «Association des historiens modernistes des Universités», 25], 2001), pp. 159-173.

Moureau, François. «Enjeux de la communication manuscrite: nouvelles à la main et gazettes imprimées», dans l'Information à l'époque moderne (Paris: Presses de l'Université de Paris-Sorbonne [coll. «Association des historiens modernistes des Universités», 25], 2001), pp. 73-90.

* Nouvelles annales prince de Ligne, 14, 2001, 164 pp. ISSN: 0774-7969.

Pekacz, Jolanta T. «Gendered Discourse as a Political Option in Prerevolutionary France», dans Valérie Cossy et Deidre Dawson (édit.), Progrès et violence au XVIIIe siècle (Paris: Honoré Champion [coll. «Études internationales sur le dix-huitième siècle», 3], 2001), pp. 331-346. ISBN: 2-7453-0214-8.

* Popkin, Jeremy D. et Richard H. Popkin (édit.)/ The Abbé Grégoire and His World. Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2000.

§ Van Crugten-André, Valérie (édit.). Études sur le XVIIIe siècle, 28, 2000. Numéro «Portraits de femmes».

Van Crugten-André, Valérie. «Félicité de Choiseul-Meuse: du libertinage dans l'ordre bourgeois». Études sur le XVIIIe siècle, 28 (2000): 109-115.

* Villiers, Patrick. les Corsaires du Littoral. Dunkerque, Calais, Boulogne, de Philippe II à Louis XIV (1568-1713). De la guerre de 80 ans à la guerre de succession d'Espagne. Villeneuve d'Ascq: Éditions universitaires du Septentrion, 2000. 358 pp.\

* Wauters, Éric. Noèl de la Morinière (1765-1822). Culture, sensibilité et sociabilité entre l'Ancien Régime et la Restauration. Paris: Honoré Champion (coll. «Les dix-huitièmes siècles», 56), 2001. 304 pp. ISBN: 2-7453-0375-9.

[see also titles by Miller listed under England - Literature - Johnson; by Bartlett listed under Ireland - History;

FRANCE - LANGUAGE & LITERATURE

Abramovici, Jean-Christophe. «À qui profite le vice ? Le topos du lecteur jouisseur de roman obscène», dans Jan Herman et Paul Pelckmans (édit.), l'Épreuve du lecteur. Livres et lectures dans le roman d'Ancien Régime. Actes du VIIIe colloque de la Société d'analyse de la topique romanesque - Louvain-Anvers, 19-21 mai 1994 (Louvain-Paris, Éditions Peeters (coll. «Bibliothèque de l'information grammaticale», 31], 1995), pp. 291-299. ISBN: 90-6831-717-2; 2-87723-260-3.

Angelet, Christian, «Le préfacier-lecteur : de l'impartialité à l'identification», dans Jan Herman et Paul Pelckmans (édit.), l'Épreuve du lecteur. Livres et lectures dans le roman d'Ancien Régime. Actes du VIIIe colloque de la Société d'analyse de la topique romanesque - Louvain-Anvers, 19-21 mai 1994 (Louvain-Paris, Éditions Peeters [coll. «Bibliothèque de l'information grammaticale», 31], 1995), pp. 361-366. ISBN : 90-6831-717-2; 2-87723-260-3.

Annales Benjamin Constant, 23-24, 2001, 300 p. ISSN : 0263-7383. «Benjamin Constant en l'an 2000 : nouveaux regards». Contient la table des numéros 1 à 22.

Assaf, Francis, «Lecteurs et lectures en 1715: modalités et conséquences», dans Jan Herman et Paul Pelckmans (édit.), l'Épreuve du lecteur. Livres et lectures dans le roman d'Ancien Régime. Actes du VIIIe colloque de la Société d'analyse de la topique romanesque - Louvain-Anvers, 19-21 mai 1994 (Louvain-Paris, Éditions Peeters [coll. «Bibliothèque de l'information grammaticale», 31], 1995), pp. 157-163. ISBN : 90-6831-717-2; 2-87723-260-3.

Badir, Magdy Gabriel, «Narrataire et lecteur fictif. Rôles et divergences au sein de la fiction», dans Jan Herman et Paul Pelckmans (édit.), l'Épreuve du lecteur. Livres et lectures dans le roman d'Ancien Régime. Actes du VIIIe colloque de la Société d'analyse de la topique romanesque - Louvain-Anvers, 19-21 mai 1994 [(Louvain-Paris, Éditions Peeters 1coll. «Bibliothèque de l'information grammaticale», 31], 1995), pp. 40-147. ISBN : 90-6831-717-2; 2-87723-260-3.

* Ballard, Michel, et Lieven d'Hulst. la Traduction en France à l'âge classique. Lille, 1996.

Bjorkman, Margaret. «Auguste Lafontaine and his Swedish Readers». Transactions ot the Ninth International Congress on the Enlightenment, Münster, 1995, Studies on Voltaire and the Eighteenth Century (1996): 752-755.

* Coudreuse, Anne (édit.). le Refus du pathos au XVIIIe siècle. Paris: Éditions Honoré Champion (coll. «Babeliana», 3), 2001. 272 pp. ISBN: 2-7453-0337-6.

Coulet, Henri. «Le topos du roman corrupteur dans les romans français du XVIIIe siècle», dans Jan Herman et Paul Pelckmans (édit.), l'Épreuve du lecteur. Livres et lectures dans le roman d'Ancien Régime. Actes du VIIIe colloque de la Société d'analyse de la topique romanesque - Louvain-Anvers, 19-21 mai 1994. Louvain-Paris: Éditions Peeters [coll. «Bibliothèque de l'information grammaticale», 31], 1995), pp. 175-190. ISBN: 90-6831-717-2; 2-87723-260-3.

Delègne, Yves. «Le topos du non-topos ou la dérobade de l'auteur», dans Jan Herman et Paul Pelckmans (édit.), l'Épreuve du lecteur. Livres et lectures dans le roman d'Ancien Régime. Actes du VIIIe colloque de la Société d'analyse de la topique romanesque - Louvain-Anvers, 19-21 mai 1994 *Louvain-Paris, Éditions Peeters [coll. «Bibliothèque de l'information grammaticale», 31], 1995), pp. 28-36. Sur le roman épistolaire. ISBN: 90-6831-717-2; 2-87723-260-3.

Denby, David J. «Topiques de réception dans le narratif sentimental. 1760-1800», dans Jan Herman et Paul Pelckmans (édit.), l'Épreuve du lecteur. Livres et lectures dans le roman d'Ancien Régime. Actes du VIIIe Colloque de la Société d'analyse de la topique romanesque - Louvain-Anvers, 19-21 mai 1994 (Louvain-Paris, Éditions Peeters [coll. «Bibliothèque de l'information grammaticale», 31], 1995), pp. 378-386. ISBN: 90-6831-717-2; 2-87723-260-3.

Dornier, Carole. «Livres édifiants et plaisirs secrets. À propos de trois dévotes hypocrites», dans Jan Herman et Paul Pelckmans (édit.), l'Épreuve du lecteur. Livres et lectures dans le roman d'Ancien Régime. Actes du VIIIe colloque de la Société d'analyse de la topique romanesque - Louvain-Anvers, 19-21 mai 1994 (Louvain-Paris, Éditions Peeters [coll. «Bibliothèque de l'information grammaticale», 31], 1995), pp. 300-307. ISBN: 90-6831-717-2; 2-87723-260-3.

* Faudemay, Alain. le Clair et l'obscur à l'âge classique. Genève: Éditions Slatkine [coll. «Travaux des universités suisses», 8], 2001. 592 pp. ISBN: 2-05-101851-0.

Ferrand, Nathalie. «Livre et lecture dans quelques romans épistolaires: la Nouvelle Héloïse, les Malheurs de l'inconstance, les Liaisons dangereuses, l'Émigré», dans Jan Herman et Paul Pelckmans (édit.), l'Épreuve du lecteur. Livres et lectures dans le roman d'Ancien Régime. Actes du VIIIe colloque de la Société d'analyse de la topique romanesque - Louvain-Anvers, 19-21 mai 1994 (Louvain-Paris: Éditions Peeters [coll. «Bibliothèque de l'information grammaticale», 31], 1995), pp. 367-377. ISBN: 90-6831-717-2; 2-87723-260-3.

* Fraisse, Luc (édit.). Pour une esthétique de la littérature mineure. Actes du colloque «Littérature majeure, littérature mineure», Strasbourg, 16-18 janvier 1997. Paris: Éditions Honoré Champion (coll. «Champions Varia», 43), 1999. 304 pp. ISBN: 2-7453-0202-7.

Godwin, Denise. «La citation dans le recueil de nouvelles encadrées de 1657 à 1691», dans Jan Herman et Paul Pelckmans (édit.), l'Épreuve du lecteur. Livres et lectures dans le roman d'Ancien Régime. Actes du VIIIe colloque de la Société d'analyse de la topique romanesque - Louvain-Anvers, 19-21 mai 1994 (Louvain-Paris: Éditions Peeters [coll. «Bibliothèque de l'information grammaticale», 31], 1995), pp. 100-108. ISBN: 90-6831-717-2; 2-87723-260-3.

Goldzink, Jean. «Des Difficultés sur la religion aux Illustres françaises: écarts et interprétations». Revue d'histoire littéraire de la France, 101, 2 (mars-avril 2001): 313-326. Suivi de réponses de Marie-Hélène Cotoni et de Geneviève Artigas-Menant.

Goubier-Robert, Geneviève. «Dolbreuse. La Nouvelle Héloïse comme matrice romanesque», dans Jan Herman et Paul Pelckmans (édit.), l'Épreuve du lecteur. Livres et lectures dans le roman d'Ancien Régime. Actes du VIIIe Colloque de la Société d'analyse de la topique romanesque - Louvain-Anvers, 19-21 mai 1994 (Louvain-Paris: Éditions Peeters [coll. «Bibliothèque de l'information grammaticale», 31], 1995), pp. 470-479. ISBN: 90-6831-717-2; 2-87723-260-3.

* Grimberg, Michel, la Réception de la comédie française dans les pays de langue allemande (1694-1799), vue à travers les traductions et leurs préfaces. Berne, Berlin, Francfort, New York, Paris et Vienne: Peter Lang (coll. «Contacts: série II, Gallo-germanica», 17), 1995. 396 pp. ISBN: 3-906754-37-5.

Guilhaumou, Jacques. «La connexion empirique entre la réalité et le discours. Sieyès et l'ordre de la langue». Article électronique, Marges linguistiques, 1, (2001) URL: http://www.marges-linguistiques.com/

* Haechler, Jean. le Règne des femmes. 1715-1793. Paris: Grasset, 2001. 496 pp.

* Hoang, Lethuy. les Mille et Une Nuits à travers l'infini des espaces et des temps. Le conteur Galland, le conte et son public. New York, Berne, Berlin, Bruxelles, Francfort, Oxford et Vienne: Peter Lang (coll. «Currents in Comparative Romance Languages and Literatures», 90), 2001. 201 pp. ISBN: 0-8204-4502-9.

* Jaquier, Claire. l'Erreur des désirs. Romans sensibles au XVIIIe siècle. Lausanne: Payot (coll. «Études et documents littéraires»), 1998. 240 pp.

Lavezzi, Elisabeth. «L'odalisque au livre. Livre et lecture dans Histoire d'une grecque moderne», dans Jan Herman et Paul Pelckmans (édit.), l'Épreuve du lecteur. Livres et lectures dans le roman d'Ancien Régime. Actes du VIIIe colloque de la Société d'analyse de la topique romanesque - Louvain-Anvers, 19-21 mai 1994 (Louvain-Paris: Éditions Peeters [coll. «Bibliothèque de l'information grammaticale», 31], 1995), pp. 251-260. ISBN: 90-6831-717-2; 2-87723-260-3.

Le Motheux, Geneviève. «la Rhétorique des récits d'aventures de 1680 à 1740». Paris: Université de Paris-Sorbonne, DEA de littérature et civilisation françaises, juin 2000. 88 pp. Dir.: François Moureau.

* Longepierre. Médée (tragédie). Parallèle de Monsieur Corneille et de Monsieur Racine (1686). Dissertation sur la tragédie de Médée par l'abbé Pellegrin (1729). Paris: Éditions Honoré Champion (coll. «Sources classiques», 22), 1999. 210 pp. Publiés avec une introduction et des notes par Emmanuel Minel. ISBN: 2-7453-0207-8.

Masseau, Didier. «Quelques points théoriques sur le roman au XVIIIe siècle: formes narratives et pratiques de lecture», dans Jan Herman et Paul Pelckmans (édit.), l'Épreuve du lecteur. Livres et lectures dans le roman d'Ancien Régime. Actes du VIIIe colloque de la Société d'analyse de la topique romanesque - Louvain-Anvers, 19-21 mai 1994 (Louvain-Paris: Éditions Peeters [coll. «Bibliothèque de l'information grammaticale», 31], 1995), pp. 164-173. ISBN: 90-6831-717-2; 2-87723-260-3.

Moser-Verrey, Monique. «Les ruses du corps: la transformation des codes d'interaction en topoi narratifs», dans Elzbieta Grodek (édit.), Écriture de la ruse (Amsterdam et Atlanta: Rodopi [coll. «Faux titre», 190], 2000), pp. 111-124. ISBN: 90-420-1571-3.

Moureau, François. «L'Infidélité de Lucinde ou l'Amour outragé: un roman inédit du début du XVIIIe siècle». Australian Journal of French Studies, 38, 1 (2000): 79-93.

Moureau, François. «Les manuscrits clandestins du commissaire de Rochebrune». la Lettre clandestine, 9 (2000): 281-284.

Moureau, François. «La presse dans l'histoire littéraire du "Siècle de Louis XIV'», dans Luc Fraisse (édit.), l'Histoire littéraire, ses méthodes et ses résultats. Mélanges offerts à Madeleine Bertaud (Genève: Droz, 2001), pp. 199-207.

Piau-Gillot, Colette. «Lectures des héroïnes dans le roman à la fin du XVIIIe siècle», dans Jan Herman et Paul Pelckmans (édit.), l'Épreuve du lecteur. Livres et lectures dans le roman d'Ancien Régime. Actes du VIIIe Colloque de la Société d'analyse de la topique romanesque - Louvain-Anvers, 19-21 mai 1994 (Louvain-Paris: Éditions Peeters [coll. «Bibliothèque de l'information grammaticale», 31], 1995), pp. 396-406. ISBN: 90-6831-717-2; 2-87723-260-3.

* Pouzet, Régine (édit.). Chronique des Pascal. «Les affaires du monde» d'Étienne Pascal à Marguerite Périer (1588-1733). Paris: Éditions Honoré Champion (coll. «Lumières classiques», 30), 2001. 704 pp. Préface de Jean Mesnard. ISBN: 2-7453-0339-2.

* Rabau, Sophie. Fictions de la présence. La narration orale dans le texte romanesque du roman antique au XXe siècle. Paris: Éditions Honoré Champion (coll. «Bibliothèque de littérature générale et comparée», 24), 1999. 200 pp. ISBN: 2-7453-0166-7.

Reynaud, Denis. «La lecture de la presse dans les genres narratifs au XVIIIe siècle», dans Jan Herman et Paul Pelckmans (édit.), l'Épreuve du lecteur. Livres et lectures dans le roman d'Ancien Régime. Actes du VIIIe Colloque de la Société d'analyse de la topique romanesque - Louvain-Anvers, 19-21 mai 1994 (Louvain-Paris: Éditions Peeters [coll. «Bibliothèque de l'information grammaticale», 31], 1995), pp. 387-395. ISBN: 90-6831-717-2; 2-87723-260-3.

* Rézeau, Pierre (édit.). Dictionnaire des régionalismes de France. Géographie et histoire d'un patrimoine linguistique. Bruxelles: Duculot, 2001. 1140 pp.

Rivara, Annie. «Bibliothèques du roman. À propos de Mouhy, Gaillard de la Bataille et du Laurens», dans Jan Herman et Paul Pelckmans (édit.), l'Épreuve du lecteur. Livres et lectures dans le roman d'Ancien Régime. Actes du VIIIe colloque de la Société d'analyse de la topique romanesque - Louvain-Anvers, 19-21 mai 1994 (Louvain-Paris: Éditions Peeters [coll. «Bibliothèque de l'information grammaticale», 31], 1995), pp. 279-290. ISBN: 90-6831-717-2; 2-87723-260-3.

* Sept traités sur le jeu du comédien et autres textes, de l'action oratoire à l'art dramatique (1657-1750). Paris: Éditions Honoré Champion, 2001, 880 pp. Édités par Sabine Chaouche. ISBN: 2-7453-0355-4.

Soupel, Serge. "Richardson as a Source for Baculard d'Arnaud's Novelle." R.L.C., 67 (1993): 207-217.

Soupel, Serge. «Les romans du XVIIIe siècle: rencontres franco-britanniques; rencontrer, assimiler, copier», dans Max Véga-Ritter (édit.), l'Un(e) miroir de l'autre (Clermont-Ferrand, Université Blaise-Pascal, Centre de recherches sur les littératures modernes et contemporaines [coll. «Cahiers de recherches du CRLMC»], 1998), pp. 123-133.

Stroev, Alexandre. «Livres et bibliothèques dans le roman et dans la vie des aventuriers», dans Jan Herman et Paul Pelckmans (édit.), l'Épreuve du lecteur. Livres et lectures dans le roman d'Ancien Régime. Actes du VIIIe colloque de la Société d'analyse de la topique romanesque - Louvain-Anvers, 19-21 mai 1994 (Louvain-Paris: Éditions Peeters [coll. «Bibliothèque de l'information grammaticale», 31], 1995), pp. 272-278. ISBN: 90-6831-717-2; 2-87723-260-3.

Tatin-Gourier, Jean-Jacques. «Critique, lecture et écriture du roman dans Monsieur Nicolas», dans Jan Herman et Paul Pelckmans (édit.), l'Épreuve du lecteur. Livres et lectures dans le roman d'Ancien Régime. Actes du VIIIe Colloque de la Société d'analyse de la topique romanesque - Louvain-Anvers, 19-21 mai 1994 (Louvain-Paris: Éditions Peeters [coll. «Bibliothèque de l'information grammaticale», 31], 1995), pp. 429-435. ISBN: 90-6831-717-2; 2-87723-260-3.

Tor, Imma. «Du voyageur écrivain à l'écrivain voyageur. Le récit de voyage en Andorre jusqu'en 1933: évolution du genre (Bibliographie chronologiquement commentée)», Paris: Université de Paris-Sorbonne, DEA de littérature et civilisation françaises, juin 2000, 197 pp. Dir.: François Moureau.

Van Crugten-André, Valérie. «Prolégomènes à l'édition critique des Lettres de Fédor à Alphonsine», Nouvelles Annales prince de Ligne, 14 (2001): 115-132.

Van Crugten-André, Valérie. «Rapide panorama de l'utopie littéraire, des origines au XXe siècle», Cahiers internationaux du symbolisme, 95-97 (2000): 33-44.

Van Dijk, Suzan. «Lire ou broder: deux occupations féminines dans l'œuvre de Mmes de Graffigny, Riccoboni et de Charrière», dans Jan Herman et Paul Pelckmans (édit.), l'Épreuve du lecteur. Livres et lectures dans le roman d'Ancien Régime. Actes du VIIIe colloque de la Société d'analyse de la topique romanesque - Louvain-Anvers, 19-21 mai 1994 (Louvain-Paris: Éditions Peeters [coll. «Bibliothèque de l'information grammaticale», 31], 1995), pp. 351-360. ISBN: 90-6831-717-2; 2-87723-260-3.

Zawisza, Elisabeth. «L'épisode de la bibliothèque dans les Lettres persanes, Candide et l'Émigré», dans Jan Herman et Paul Pelckmans (édit.), l'Épreuve du lecteur. Livres et lectures dans le roman d'Ancien Régime. Actes du VIIIe colloque de la Société d'analyse de la topique romanesque - Louvain-Anvers, 19-21 mai 1994 (Louvain-Paris: Éditions Peeters [coll. «Bibliothèque de l'information grammaticale», 31], 1995), pp. 208-219. ISBN: 90-6831-717-2; 2-87723-260-3.

[see also titles by Grove & Russell listed under Bibliography; by Farina under Canada]

Argens

Mainil, Jean, «Jamais fille chaste n'a lu de romans. Lecture en cachette, lecture en abyme dans Thérèse philosophe», dans Jan Herman et Paul Pelckmans (édit.), l'Épreuve du lecteur. Livres et lectures dans le roman d'Ancien Régime. Actes du VIIIe colloque de la Société d'analyse de la topique romanesque - Louvain-Anvers, 19-21 mai 1994 (Louvain-Paris: Éditions Peeters [coll. «Bibliothèque de l'information grammaticale», 31], 1995), pp. 308-316. ISBN: 90-6831-717-2; 2-87723-260-3.

Beaumarchais

Robinson, Philip (édit.), Beaumarchais: homme de lettres, homme de société, Oxford, Berne, Berlin, Bruxelles, Francfort, New York et Vienne, Peter Lang, coll. «French Studies of the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries», 8, 2000, 298 pp. ill. ISBN: 3-906758-78-8; 0-8204-5085-5.

Bernardin de Saint-Pierre

Khoyratty, Farhad. «Brave New Words for Brave New Worlds ? Illocutionary Force in Paul and Virginie and The Satanic Verses», dans Victoria Best et Peter Collier (édit.), Powerful Bodies. Performance in French Cultural Studies, Berne, Berlin, Bruxelles, Francfort, New York et Vienne: Peter Lang (coll. «Modern French Identities», 1), 1999. ISBN: 3-906762-56-4; 0-8204-4239-9.

Caylus

Enckell, Pierre. «Le comte de Caylus, ses amis et les Étrennes de la Saint-Jean, 1738-1751». Revue d'histoire littéraire de la France, 101, 1 (janvier-février 2001): 123-34.

Quéro, Dominique. «Note bibliographique sur le comte de Caylus et le "théâtre du château de Morville"» Revue d'histoire littéraire de la France, 101, 1 (janvier-février 2001): 135-145.

Challe

Deloffre, Frédéric et Jacques Popin. «Une moralité énigmatique: l'histoire de Fanchon dans le Journal de voyage aux Indes de Robert Challe». Revue d'histoire littéraire de la France, 100, 6 (novembre-décembre 2000): 1559-1564.

* Martin, Carole (édit.). Imposture utopique et procès colonial: Denis Veiras-Robert Challe. Rookwood Press (coll. «E.M.F. Critiques», 14), 2001. 276 pp. Préface de Frédéric Deloffre. ISBN: 1-886365-14-8.

Weil, Michèle. «Scénarios du livre et de la lecture chez Robert Challe», dans Jan Herman et Paul Pelckmans (édit.), l'Épreuve du lecteur. Livres et lectures dans le roman d'Ancien Régime. Actes du VIIIe colloque de la Société d'analyse de la topique romanesque - Louvain-Anvers, 19-21 mai 1994 (Louvain-Paris: Éditions Peeters [coll. «Bibliothèque de l'information grammaticale», 31], 1995), pp. 148-156. ISBN: 90-6831-717-2; 2-87723-260-3.

 

Charrière/de Zuylen

Moser-Verrey, Monique. «La lettre-choc dans l'écriture romanesque d'Isabelle de Charrière», dans Jan Herman et Paul Pelckmans (édit.), l'Épreuve du lecteur. Livres et lectures dans le roman d'Ancien Régime. Actes du VIIIe Colloque de la Société d'analyse de la topique romanesque - Louvain-Anvers, 19-21 mai 1994 (Louvain-Paris: Éditions Peeters [coll. «Bibliothèque de l'information grammaticale», 31], 1995), pp. 461-470. ISBN: 90-6831-717-2; 2-87723-260-3.

See title by Cossy listed under England - Literature - Inchbald

Cholderlos de Laclos

Calas, Frédéric. «Le discours préfaciel comme prélecture: les deux pseudo-préfaces des Liaisons dangereuses», dans Jan Herman et Paul Pelckmans (édit.), l'Épreuve du lecteur. Livres et lectures dans le roman d'Ancien Régime. Actes du VIIIe colloque de la Société d'analyse de la topique romanesque - Louvain-Anvers, 19-21 mai 1994 (Louvain-Paris: Éditions Peeters [coll. «Bibliothèque de l'information grammaticale», 31], 1995), pp. 436-448. ISBN: 90-6831-717-2; 2-87723-260-3.

Davies,Simon. "Irish Reactions to a French Bestseller." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 12 (1997): 87-88.

Kinane, Vincent. "Les liaisons dangereuses: An unrecorded Dublin edition of 1784 and its counterfeit 'Geneva' issue." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 6 (1991): 161-3.

Spencer, Judith. «Spécularité scripturale et contrefaçon littéraire: pour une lecture iconoclaste des Liaisons dangereuses», dans Jan Herman et Paul Pelckmans (édit.), l'Épreuve du lecteur. Livres et lectures dans le roman d'Ancien Régime. Actes du VIIIe colloque de la Société d'analyse de la topique romanesque - Louvain-Anvers, 19-21 mai 1994 (Louvain-Paris: Éditions Peeters [coll. «Bibliothèque de l'information grammaticale», 31], 1995), pp. 449-460. ISBN: 90-6831-717-2; 2-87723-260-3.

Diderot & les Encylopédistes

Bolton, Yvonne. «On the Perception of the Body in Diderot's Encyclopédie», dans Julia Prest et Hannah Thompson (édit.), Corporeal Practices. (Re)figuring the Body in French Studies (Oxford, Berne, Berlin, Bruxelles, Francfort, New York et Vienne: Peter Lang [coll. «Modern French Identities», 4], 2000). ISBN: 3-906764-53-2; 0-8204-4639-4.

* Cammagre, Geneviève. Roman et histoire de soi. La notion de sujet dans la Correspondance de Diderot. Paris: Honoré Champion (coll. «Les dix-huitièmes siècles», 48), 2000. 246 pp. ISBN: 2-7453-0309-0.

* Diderot, Denis. Paradoxe sur le comédien. Paris: Librairie générale française (coll. «Classiques de poche», 16084), 2001. 288 pp. Introduction, notes et dossier par Jean M. Goulemot. ISBN: 2-253-16084-9.

Salaün, Franck. «Diderot et la tradition libertine», dans Jan Herman et Paul Pelckmans (édit.), l'Épreuve du lecteur. Livres et lectures dans le roman d'Ancien Régime. Actes du VIIIe colloque de la Société d'analyse de la topique romanesque - Louvain-Anvers, 19-21 mai 1994 (Louvain-Paris: Éditions Peeters [coll. «Bibliothèque de l'information grammaticale», 31], 1995), pp. 317-327. ISBN: 90-6831-717-2; 2-87723-260-3.

* Tarin, René (édit.). Diderot et la Révolution française. Controverses et polémiques autour d'un philosophe. Paris: Éditions Honoré Champion [coll. «Les dix-huitièmes siècles», 55], 2001. 192 pp. ISBN: 2-7453-0374-0.

[see also title by Brooks & Guy listed under Philosophy - Rousseau]

Cureau de la Chambre

Lavezzi, Élisabeth. «Le clavecin irisé. Le clavecin oculaire du père Castel et les Couleurs de l'iris de Cureau de la Chambre». Revue d'histoire littéraire de la France, 101, 2 (mars-avril 2001): 327-339.

Graffigny

Cornand, Suzanne. «La lettre d'indignation ou l'éloquence dans la correspondance de madame de Graffigny». Revue d'histoire littéraire de la France, 101, 1 (janvier-février 2001): 37-50.

Le Franc de Pompignan

* Le Franc de Pompignan. «Poésies sacrées». Édition variorum par Theodore E. D. Braun. Texte de 1784 avec variantes de 1751 et d'autres documents. Gravures de Cochin fils et de Papillon. URL: http://www.udel.edu/fllt/faculty/braun/ps.html.

Marivaux

Bittoun, Nathalie. «Le voyage d'aller retour de Marivaux en Espagne. Comment 'l'Héritier de village' devint 'Extravagant'», dans Mireille Coulon (édit.), le Théâtre en Espagne, perméabilité du genre et traduction. Colloque de Pau (Pau: Presses de l'Université de Pau et Éditions Covedi, 1998), pp. 135-145.

Gallouèt-Schutter, Catherine. «Les romans du roman dans deux Œuvres de jeunesse de Marivaux», dans Jan Herman et Paul Pelckmans (édit.), l'Épreuve du lecteur. Livres et lectures dans le roman d'Ancien Régime. Actes du VIIIe colloque de la Société d'analyse de la topique romanesque - Louvain-Anvers, 19-21 mai 1994 (Louvain-Paris: Éditions Peeters [coll. «Bibliothèque de l'information grammaticale», 31], 1995), pp. 220-229. ISBN: 90-6831-717-2; 2-87723-260-3.

Sanfourche, Jean-Paul. «Narrataires et lecteur: intimité d'un discours et parcours de lecture dans la Vie de Marianne», dans Jan Herman et Paul Pelckmans (édit.), l'Épreuve du lecteur. Livres et lectures dans le roman d'Ancien Régime. Actes du VIIIe colloque de la Société d'analyse de la topique romanesque - Louvain-Anvers, 19-21 mai 1994 (Louvain-Paris: Éditions Peeters [coll. «Bibliothèque de l'information grammaticale», 31], 1995), pp. 230-238. ISBN: 90-6831-717-2; 2-87723-260-3.

Séférian, Catherine. «"Le Paysan parvenu". Suites, échos, résonances». Lyon: Université Lyon II, thèse de doctorat, 1999. Dir.: Annie Rivara.

Marmontel

Herman, Jan. «Marmontel, Épiménide et le paradoxe du Scrupule», dans Jan Herman et Paul Pelckmans (édit.), l'Épreuve du lecteur. Livres et lectures dans le roman d'Ancien Régime. Actes du VIIIe colloque de la Société d'analyse de la topique romanesque - Louvain-Anvers, 19-21 mai 1994 (Louvain-Paris: Éditions Peeters [coll. «Bibliothèque de l'information grammaticale», 31], 1995), pp. 339-350. ISBN: 90-6831-717-2; 2-87723-260-3.

* Renwick, John (édit.). Jean-François Marmontel (1723-1799). Dix études. Approches subjectives. Paris: Éditions Honoré Champion (coll. «Les dix-huitièmes siècles», 51), 2001. 368 pp. ISBN: 2-7453-0349-X.

Montesquieu

Chabut, Marie-Hélène. «Livre, lecture et dé-lire dans les Lettres persanes», dans Jan Herman et Paul Pelckmans (édit.), l'Épreuve du lecteur. Livres et lectures dans le roman d'Ancien Régime. Actes du VIIIe colloque de la Société d'analyse de la topique romanesque - Louvain-Anvers, 19-21 mai 1994 (Louvain-Paris, Éditions Peeters [coll. «Bibliothèque de l'information grammaticale», 31], 1995), pp. 200-207. ISBN: 90-6831-717-2; 2-87723-260-3.

Prévost

Deloffre, Frédéric. «De Fanchon des Îles à Manon Lescaut». SVEC, 11 (2000): 283-90.

Leborgne, Érik. «Littérature et transfert dans les romans de Prévost», dans Jan Herman et Paul Pelckmans (édit.), l'Épreuve du lecteur. Livres et lectures dans le roman d'Ancien Régime. Actes du VIIIe colloque de la Société d'analyse de la topique romanesque - Louvain-Anvers, 19-21 mai 1994 (Louvain-Paris: Éditions Peeters [coll. «Bibliothèque de l'information grammaticale», 31], 1995), pp. 239-250. ISBN: 90-6831-717-2; 2-87723-260-3.

Lemay, Edna Hindie. «Histoire générale des voyages: Démeunier et l'abbé Prévost». SVEC, 11 (2000): 345-353.

Pelckmans, Paul. «Quelques instantanés de la lecture dans les derniers romans de Prévost», dans Jan Herman et Paul Pelckmans (édit.), l'Épreuve du lecteur. Livres et lectures dans le roman d'Ancien Régime. Actes du VIIIe colloque de la Société d'analyse de la topique romanesque - Louvain-Anvers, 19-21 mai 1994 (Louvain-Paris: Éditions Peeters [coll. «Bibliothèque de l'information grammaticale», 31], 1995), pp. 261-271. ISBN: 90-6831-717-2; 2-87723-260-3.

Restif de la Bretonne

Bjorkman, Margaret. «Oversättning och original. Om tva romaner av Restif de la Bretonne». Litteratur och samhälle, 31, 2, (1996) [Swedish].

Hartmann, Pierre. «La chute de l'auteur. À propos d'un épisode du Paysan perverti», dans Jan Herman et Paul Pelckmans (édit.), l'Épreuve du lecteur. Livres et lectures dans le roman d'Ancien Régime. Actes du VIIIe Colloque de la Société d'analyse de la topique romanesque - Louvain-Anvers, 19-21 mai 1994 (Louvain-Paris: Éditions Peeters [coll. «Bibliothèque de l'information grammaticale», 31], 1995), pp. 418-428. ISBN: 90-6831-717-2; 2-87723-260-3.

* Humbert, Brigitte. De la lettre à l'écran: les Liaisons dangereuses. Amsterdam et Atlanta: Rodopi, 2000. 268 pp. ISBN: 90-420-1353-2.

Testud, Pierre. «Le romanesque de la lecture dans l'œuvre de Rétif de la Bretonne», dans Jan Herman et Paul Pelckmans (édit.), l'Épreuve du lecteur. Livres et lectures dans le roman d'Ancien Régime. Actes du VIIIe Colloque de la Société d'analyse de la topique romanesque - Louvain-Anvers, 19-21 mai 1994 (Louvain-Paris: Éditions Peeters [coll. «Bibliothèque de l'information grammaticale», 31], 1995), pp. 407-417. ISBN: 90-6831-717-2; 2-87723-260-3.

Riccaboni

Boustani, Carmen. «L'écriture-corps dans les Lettres de Mistriss Fanni Butlerd de madame Riccoboni», dans Jan Herman et Paul Pelckmans (édit.), l'Épreuve du lecteur. Livres et lectures dans le roman d'Ancien Régime. Actes du VIIIe colloque de la Société d'analyse de la topique romanesque - Louvain-Anvers, 19-21 mai 1994 (Louvain-Paris: Éditions Peeters [coll. «Bibliothèque de l'information grammaticale», 31], 1995), pp. 328-338. ISBN: 90-6831-717-2; 2-87723-260-3.

Rousseau

Pezzini, Isabella. «Leggere le passioni. Le istruzioni di Rousseau», dans Evelyne Thommen et Christina Vogel (édit.), Lire les passions, Berne, Berlin, Bruxelles, Francfort, New York, Oxford et Vienne: Peter Lang [coll. «TAUSCH - Textanalyse in Universität und Schule», 13], 2000). ISBN: 3-906766-34-9.

Riley, Patrick. "The Inversion of Conversion: Rousseau's Rewriting of Augustinian Autobiography." Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture, 28 (1999): 229-55.

* Söring, Jürgen et Peter Gasser (édit.). Rousseauismus. Naturevangelium und Literatur. Francfort, Berlin, Berne, Bruxelles, New York et Vienne: Peter Lang, 1999. 227 pp. ISBN: 3-631-34916-5.

Sade

Delon, Michel. «Der Sadesche Körper», dans Eva Kimminich et Claudia-Krülls-Hepermann (édit.), Zunge und Zeichen (Francfort, Berlin, Berne, Bruxelles, New York et Vienne, Peter Lang [coll. «Welt-Körper-Sprache. Perspektiven kultureller Wahrnehmungs- und Darstellungsformen», 1], 2000). ISBN: 3-631-35854-7.

* Fauskevag, Svein-Eirik (édit.). Sade ou la tentation totalitaire. Étude sur l'anthropologie littéraire dans la Nouvelle Justine et l'Histoire de Juliette. Paris: Éditions Honoré Champion (coll. «Les dix-huitièmes siècles», 49), 2001. 208 pp. ISBN: 2-7453-0329-5.

Kozul, Mladen. «Écriture et lecture comme flétrissures jouissives dans les romans du marquis de Sade», dans Jan Herman et Paul Pelckmans (édit.), l'Épreuve du lecteur. Livres et lectures dans le roman d'Ancien Régime. Actes du VIIIe Colloque de la Société d'analyse de la topique romanesque - Louvain-Anvers, 19-21 mai 1994 (Louvain-Paris: Éditions Peeters [coll. «Bibliothèque de l'information grammaticale», 31], 1995), pp. 480-488. ISBN: 90-6831-717-2; 2-87723-260-3.

* Luton, Lisette. La Comtesse de Ségur. A Marquise de Sade? New York, Berne, Berlin, Bruxelles, Francfort et Vienne: Peter Lang (coll. «Currents in Comparative Romance Languages and Literatures», 83), 1999. 118 pp. ISBN: 0-8204-4254-2.

Staël

Balayé, Simone (édit.). l'Éclat et le silence. Corinne ou l'Italie de madame de Staël. Paris: Éditions Honoré Champion (coll. «Unichamp», 86), 1999. 240 pp. ISBN: 2-7453-0171-3

Frolich, Juliette. «Madame de Staèl: De l'Allemagne, eine Kampf- und Kulturschrift anno 1813», dans Kurt Erich Schöndorf, Elin Nesje Vestli et Thomas Jung (édit.), Aus dem Schatten treten. Aspekte weiblichen Schreibens zwischen Mittelalter und Romanistik (Francfort, Berlin, Berne, Bruxelles, New York, Oxford et Vienne, Peter Lang [coll. «Osloer Beiträge zur Germanistik», 28], 2000_. ISBN: 3-631-37567-0.

§ Cahiers staèliens, 50 (1999) -- «Madame de Staèl et le théâtre».

Tencin

* Tencin, madame de. les Malheurs de l'amour. Paris: Desjonquères (coll. «XVIIIe siècle»), 2001. 153 pp. Édition présentée, établie et annotée par Érik Leborgne. Texte de 1766. ISBN: 2-84321-030-5.

Voltaire

Albina, Larissa L. «Les notes de Voltaire en marge des livres de sa bibliothèque personnelle». Bulletin du bibliophile (1993): 393-404.

Kim, Yong-Eun. «Flaubert, lecteur des tragédies de Voltaire», dans Shiguéhiko Hasumi et Yoko Kudo (édit.), Flaubert, tentations d'une écriture (TokyoL Université de Tokyo(, 2001.

Iverson, John R. "Voltaire, Fontenoy, and the Crisis of Celebratory Verse." Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture, 28 (1999): 207-29

Moureaux, José-Michel. «Voltaire historien: un chantier qui s'ouvre», Revue d'histoire littéraire de la France, 101, 2 (mars-avril 2001): 227-261.

Tabaki, Anna. «La réception du théâtre de Voltaire dans le Sud-Est de l'Europe (première moitié du XIXe siècle)», dans Ulla Kölving et Christiane Mervaud (édit.), Voltaire et ses combats (Oxford: Voltaire Foundation, 1997), vol. II, pp. 1539-1549.

* Trousson, Raymond. Visages de Voltaire (XVIIIe-XIXe siècles), Paris: Honoré Champion (coll. «Les dix-huitièmes siècles», 63), 2001. 464 pp. ISBN: 2-7453-0437-2.

FINLAND

Bernardin de Saint-Pierre. «Observations sur la Finlande», dans John Renwick (édit.), l'Invitation au voyage. Studies in honour of Peter France (Oxford: Voltaire Foundation, 2000), pp. 119-139. Édition de Malcolm Cook.

GARDEN & LANDSCAPE HISTORY

[see title by Porter listed under Material Culture]

GERMANY, PRUSSIA, AUSTRO-HUNGARIAN EMPIRE - HISTORY

* Csernus, Sándor et Clára Korompay (édit.). les Hongrois et l'Europe. Paris et Szeged: Publications de l'Institut hongrois, 1999. 499 pp., ill.

Gergely, Fejérdy. «Les voyageurs francophones en Hongrie au XVIIIe siècle». Verbum. Analecta neolatina, 1 (2000): 9-32.

* Smith, Helmut Walser, ed. Protestants, Catholics and Jews in Germany, 1800-1914. New York University Press, January 2002. 224pp. ISBN 1-85973-560-6 (cloth); 1-85973-565-7 (paper)

GERMANY - LANGUAGE & LITERATURE

* Jarvis, Shawn C., ed. The Queen's Mirror: Fairy Tales by German Women, 1780-1900. Tr. Jeannine Blackwell. University of Nebraska Press, 2001. 372 pp. ISBN 0-8032-1299-2 (paper).

* Stackelberg, Jürgen von. Späte Essays zur Literatur der Romanen. Francfort, Berlin, Berne, Bruxelles, New York, Oxford et Vienne: Peter Lang, 2001. 219 pp. ISBN: 3-631-37386-4.

Goethe

[see title by Tobin listed under History of Medicine]

GREECE - LANGUAGE & LITERATURE

Tabaki, Anna. «Les dominantes idéologiques et esthétiques du discours théâtral au temps des Lumières en Grèce». Revue des études sud-est européennes, 29, 1-2 (1991): 39-50.

* Tabaki, Anna. La Dramaturgie néohellénique et ses influences occidentales (XVIIIe-XIXe siècle). Une approche comparée. Athènes: Tolidis, 1993. 204 pp. En grec, avec un résumé en français.

Tabaki, Anna. «L'époque de Coray et le théâtre. Notions d'idéologie et d'esthétique dans le discours dramatique au temps des Lumières en Grèce. Première approche». Revue des études sud-est européennes, 2 (1995): 161-176.

Tabaki, Anna. «Ideas e teorias sobre la traduccion en el ambito griego del siglo XVIII». Trans, 2 (1997): 55-63. Traduction de Maria Lopez Villalba.

Tabaki, Anna. «Il politico delle traduzioni di Rigas nell'ambito dell'Illuminismo neogreco», dans Lucia Marcheselli (édit.), Rigas Fereos, La rivoluzione, la Grecia i Balcani (Trieste: Lint, 1999), pp. 82-95.

Tabaki, Anna. «Molière dans les Lumières grecques». Studies on Voltaire and the Eighteenth Century (1992): 1518-1521.

Tabaki, Anna. «Textes littéraires sous forme manuscrite et renouveau culturel dans le Sud-Est de l'Europe (XVIIIe-début du XIXe siècle)», dans les Relations intellectuelles de l'hellénisme avec les peuples balkaniques (XVIIIe-XIXe siècles). Congrès inter-balkanique (Komotini, 1999), pp. 199-210.

HISTORIOGRAPHY

Barbier, Frédéric. "History, the Historian and Reading." SPIEL, 19, 1, (2000).

*Cossy, Valérie, et Deidre Dawson (édit.). Progrès et violence au XVIIIe siècle. Paris: Honoré Champion (coll. «Études internationales sur le dix-huitième siècle», 3), 2001. 464 pp. ISBN: 2-7453-0214-8.

Stokes, Gale. "Review Essay: The Fates of Human Societies: A Review of recent Macrohistories." American Historical Review, 106, 2 (April 2001): 508-24.

* Tucker, George Hugo (édit.). Forms of the «Medieval» in the «Renaissance»: A Multidisciplinary Exploration of a Cultural Continuum. Rookwood Press (coll. «E.M.F. Critiques», 12), 2001. 225 pp. ISBN: 1-886365-20-2.

 

HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE

Casey, Christine. "Architectural Books in Eighteenth-Century Ireland." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 3 (1988): 105-14.

Conniff, Richard. "The House That John Built." Photographs by Michael Freeman. Smithsonian, 32, 11 (February 2001): 104-112 [photo-essay on Blenheim Palace]

Kiernan, Suzanne. "The Ridiculous, the Sublime, the Modern: Aspects of Italian Culture in the Early Eighteenth Century." Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture, 28 (1999): 1-25.

* Kieven, Elisabeth, & John Pinto. Architecture and Sculpture in Eighteenth-Century Rome: Drawings by Pietro and Virginio Bracci in the Canadian Centre for Architecture and Other Collections. Penn State Press, 2001. 336 pp., ill. ISBN 0-271-02008-3

* McParland, Edward. "A New Way of Building:" Public Architecture in Ireland, 1680-1760. Yale University Press, December 2001. 320 pp. ISBN 0-300-09064-1.

Severens, Kenneth. "Emigration and Provincialism: Samuel Cardy's Architectural Career in the Atlantic World." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 5 (1990): 21-36.

HISTORY OF ART

* Bedaux, Jan B. and Rudi Ekkart, eds. Pride and Joy: Children's Portraits in the Netherlands, 1500-1700. Abrams, 2001. 319pp. ISBN 0-8109-6730-8.

Deak, Gloria-Gilda. "Picturing America, 1492-1899." Imprint, 13, 2 (Autumn 1988), 1-76 [catalog of exhibition of prints, maps, drawings, at New York Public Library, 1988-89, discussing early cartographers, NYPL print room, I.N.P. Stokes and the Stokes Collection, the history of printmaking in the US, describing and illustrating 82 items].

Moureau, François. «De Watteau à Chardin: Antoine de la Roque, journaliste et collectionneur», dans Peintures et dessins en France et en Italie, XVIIe-XVIIIe siècles. Mélanges en hommage à Pierre Rosenberg (Paris: Réunion des musées nationaux, 2001), pp. 349-355.

Reaves, Wendy Wick. "A Decade of Print Collecting at the National Portrait Gallery." Imprint, 10, 2 (Autumn 1985), 21-28 [significant acquisitions including 761 engravings by French-American portraitist St. Memin (in N. America from 1793) and many individual prints of the 18th and 19th centuries].

Robinson, Nicholas. "Caricature and the Regency Crisis: An Irish perspective." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 1 (1986): 257-76.

Shadwell, Wendy. "Hancock by Hiller." Imprint, 7, 1 (Spring 1982), 43-44 [notes the discovery of a previously unknown first state impression of Joseph Hiller's portrait of John Hancock].

* Solkin, David, ed. Art on the Line: The Royal Academy Exhibitions at Somerset House 1780-1836. Yale University Press, December 2001. 288pp. ISBN 0-300-09091-9.

Turpin, John. "French Influence on Eighteenth-Century Art Education in Dublin." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 5 (1990): 105-16.

* Wark, Robert R. The Revolution in Eighteenth-Century Art: Ten British Painters, 1740-1840. University of Washington Press, 2001. 138pp. ISBN 0-87328-192-6 (cloth); 0-87328-185-3 (paper)

[see title by Helfand listed under History of Medicine; by Andersen under Theory]

Gilray

* Godfrey, Richard and Mark Hallett. James Gillray and the Art of Caricature. University of Washington Press, October 2001. 240 pp. ISBN 1-85437-364-1

Greuze

Percival, Melissa. «"Un air de famille": Greuze's Heads and the Dissolution of the Genres», dans Julia Prest et Hannah Thompson (édit.), Corporeal Practices. (Re)figuring the Body in French Studies (Oxford, Berne, Berlin, Bruxelles, Francfort, New York et Vienne: Peter Lang [coll. «Modern French Identities», 4], 2000). ISBN: 3-906764-53-2; 0-8204-4639-4.

Hogarth

[see title by Hoffbrand listed under History of Medicine]

Raeburn

Hare, Bill. "Mercure d'Écosse: The Reverend Robert Walker (1755-1808) by Henry Raeburn (1756-1823)." Études écossaises, 6 (2000): 9-20.

HISTORY OF COSTUME, CLOTHING, FASHION

* Davis, R.I. Men's 17th and 18th Century Costume, Cut and Fashion: Patterns for Men's Costumes. Player's Press, 2000. 206pp. ISBN 0-88734-637-5.

HISTORY OF EDUCATION

Christen, Richard S. "'An absolute monarch in his school': images of teacher authority in the seventeenth-century English Character literature." History of Education, 30, 4 (July 2001): 321-38.

Coleman, Michael C. "'The children are used wretchedly': pupil responses to the Irish charter schools in the early nineteenth century." History of Education, 30, 4 (July 2001): 339-57.

Mander, Jenny. «Le cercle pédagogique: un mode dominant de lecture au début du XVIIIe siècle», dans Jan Herman et Paul Pelckmans (édit.), l'Épreuve du lecteur. Livres et lectures dans le roman d'Ancien Régime. Actes du VIIIe colloque de la Société d'analyse de la topique romanesque - Louvain-Anvers, 19-21 mai 1994 (Louvain-Paris: Éditions Peeters [coll. «Bibliothèque de l'information grammaticale», 31], 1995), pp. 191-199. ISBN: 90-6831-717-2; 2-87723-260-3.

Sayers, W. "A treatise from enlightenment Sweden on 'Teaching the Mute to Read and Speak.'" Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education, 4, 4 (December 1999): 321-30.

Stray, Christopher. "The shift from oral to written examination: Cambridge and Oxford, 1700-1900." Assessment in Education, 8, 1 (March 2001): 33-50.

Tomboukou, Maria. "Of other spaces: women's colleges at the turn of the nineteenth century in the UK." Gender, Space and Culture, 7, 3 (September 2000):247-63.

[see also title by Turpin listed under History of Art]

HISTORY OF LAW

Bachmann, Steven. "Starting again with the Mayflower... England's Civil War and America's Bill of Rights." QLR, 20 (2000): 193-286 [QLR formerly known as the Quinnipiac Law Review]

Cairns, John W., & Grant McLeod. "Thomas Craig, Sir Martin Wright, and Sir William Blackstone: The English Discovery of Feudalism." Journal of Legal History, 21, 3, (December 2000): 54-66.

Draper, Anthony J. "Cesare Beccaria's influence on English discussions of punishment, 1764-1789." History of European Ideas, 26, 3-4 (2000): 177-200

Shevlin, Eleanor F. "'Imaginary Productions' and 'Minute Contrivances': Law, Fiction, and Property in Eighteenth-Century England." Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture, 28 (1999): 131-54 [Annesley case; Blackston; English novels].

HISTORY OF MATHEMATICS

* Fraser, Craig G. Calculus and Analytical Mechanics in the Age of Enlightenment. Brookfield, VT: Variorum (coll. «Collected Studies», CS582), 1997. X, 308 pp. ISBN: 0-86078-649-8.

Landry-Deron, I. "Les mathématiciens envoyés en Chine par Louis XIV en 1685." Archive for History of Exact Sciences, 55, 5 (2001): 423-63.

Pourciau, Bruce. "The integrability of ovals: Newton's Lemma 28 and its counterexamples." Archive for History of Exact Sciences, 55, 5 (2001): 479-99.

Pourciau, Bruce. "Newton and the Notion of Limit." Historia Mathematica, 28, 1 (February 2001): 18-30.

HISTORY OF MEDICINE

Andrews, Jonathan. "Letting madness range: travel and mental disorder, c1700-1900," in Richard Wrigley & George Revill, eds. Pathologies of Travel (Amsterdam & Atlanta: Rodopi, 2000), pp. 25-88.

Brockliss, Laurence W.B. "'Extending the medicable': medicine and the Church in the Enlightenment." Sartoniana, 10 (1997): 15-42.

Browne, H. "Richard Carmichael 1779-1849." Irish Journal of Medical Sciences, 169, 3 (July-September 2000): 226.

* Burn, Ian, ed. The Company of Barbers and Surgeons. London: Farrand Press, 2000. 305 pp. ISBN 10850830444

Cameron, J. Stewart. "Bibliography of Works in the History of Nephrology, 1788-1999." International Society of Nephrology, 2000.

Chard, Chloe. "Lassitude and revival in the warm south: relaxing and exciting travel (1750-1830), in Richard Wrigley & George Revill, eds. Pathologies of Travel (Amsterdam & Atlanta: Rodopi, 2000), pp. 175-202

Cody, Lisa Forman. "'No Cure, No Money,' or the Invisible Hand of Quackery: The Language of Commerce, Credit, and Cash in Eighteenth-Century Medical Advertisements." Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture, 28 (1999): 103-30.

Croxton, B. "The foundation and evolution of the Middlesex Hospial's lying-in service." Social History of Medicine, 14, 1 (April 2001): 27-57.

* Delaunay, Paul. la Vie médicale aux XVIe, XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles. Genève: Slatkine reprints, 2001. 560 pp. Réimpression de l'édition de Paris, 1935. ISBN: 2-05-101732-8.

Dolezalova, V. "Johann Sebastian Bach and his blindness, on the 250th anniversary of the artist's death." Ceska A Slovenska Oftalmologie, 57, 1 (January 2001): 68-71 [in Czech].

Dubb, Asher. "Musician's maladies: George Frederic Handel (1685-1759). " Adler Museum Bulletin, 26, 3 (November 2000): 19-20.

Engelstein, S. "Out on a limb: Military medicine, Heinrich von Kleist, and the disarticulated body." Germanic Studies Review, 23, 2 (May 2000): 225-44.

* Furdell, Elizabeth Lane. The Royal Doctors, 1485-1714: Medical Personnel at the Tudor and Stuart Courts. University of Rochester Press, 2001. 305 pp. ISBN 1580460518

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

Helfand, William H. "The Medical Theme in American Political Prints." Imprint, 5, 1 (Spring 1980), 2-8 [imagery of popular political sentiment expressed through the practice of medicine, dentistry, and pharmacology, from Paul Revere to Thomas Nast].

Hoffbrand, B. "John Misaubin, Hogarth's quack: a case for rehabilitation." Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine, 94, 3 (2001): 143-47.

Holubar, Kark, & Stella Fatovic-Ferencic. "Giovanni Alessandro Brambilla (1728-1800) and the Imperial Infantry Regiment 22 ("Lacy"): On Occasion of the Bicentennial of his Death." Wiener Klinische Wochenschrift, 112, 17 (2000): 776-80 [in German]

* Hudemann-Simon, Calixte. La Conquête de la Sante en Europe: 1750-1900. Brussells: De Boek, 2000. 175 pp. ISBN 2804136906

"Joseph Louis Proust (1754 bis 1826): zu seinem 175. Todestag 2001." Philatelia Medica, 31,122 (June 2001): 26.

* Lane, Joan. A Social History of Medicine: Health, Healing and Disease in England, 1750-1950. Routledge, 2001. 233 pp. ISBN 0415200377(cloth); ISBN 0415200385 (paper)

Lee, M.R. "William Withering (1741-1799): Birmingham lunatic." Proceedings of the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh, 31, 1 (2001): 77-83.

Loudon, Irvine. "Doctors and their Transport, 1750-1914." Medical History, 45, 2 (April 2001): 185-206.

Menzies, Stuart. "Michel Sarrazin (1659-1736)." Medi Theme, 20, 2 (May 2001): 59.

Métraux, Alexandre. "The Emergent Materialism in French Clinical Brain Research (1820-1850)." Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal (New School for Social Research), 22, 1 (2001): 161-90.

Nicolson, Malcolm. "The continental journeys of Andrew Duncan Junior: a physician's education and the international culture of eighteenth-centurymedicine," in Richard Wrigley and George Revill, eds. Pathologies of Travel (Amsterdam & Atlanta: Rodopi, 2000), pp. 89-120.

Reinberg A.E., & H. Lewy. Julien Joseph Virey et la naissance de la chronologie. Vesalius: Acta Internationales Historiae Medicinae, 6. 2 (December 2000): 90-99

Rey, Roselyne. "Diderot and the Medicine of the Mind." Tr. Edward B. Rackley. Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal (New School for Social Research), 22, 1 (2001): 149-60.

Romieux, Yannick. "Une pharmacopée navale au XVIII siècle à l'orient." Revue d'histoire de la pharmacie, 49, 329 (2001): 104-105.

* Rosenthaler, Friedrich Karl. Der Wurzburger Arzt Georg Ernst Vend, 1781-1831: Lehen and Werk. Wurzburg: Konigshausen & Neumann, 2000. 165 pp. ISBN 3826019032

* Rutten, A.M.G. Dutch Transatlantic Medicine Trade in the Eighteenth Century Under the Cover of the West India Company. 2nd ed. Rotterdam: Erasmus Publishing, 2000. 168 pp. ISBN 9052351481

Schlumbohm, J. "The pregnant women are here for the sake of the teaching institution": the lying-in hospital of Gottingen University, 1751 to c. 1830." Social History of Medicine, 14, 1 (April 2001): 59-78.

Suratteau-Iberraken, A. "Medical Vitalism and Philosophical Materialism in the Eighteenth-Century Debate on Monsters." Tr. Edward B. Rackley. Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal (New School for Social Research), 22, 1 (2001): 123-48 [Diderot; Mémoires of the Académie des Sciences; Bonnet; Mauperuis; Buffon; l'Encyclopédie; Ménuret]

Szende B. "Ferenc Keresztury: from student to Sarospatak Russian medical professor (1735-1811)." Orvosi Hetilop, 142, 6 (February 2001): 289 [Hungarian].

* Tobin, Robert D. Doctor's Orders: Goethe and Enlightenment Medicine. Bucknell University Press, 2001. ISBN 0-8387-5466-X

* Trohler, Ulrich. To Improve the Evidence of Medicine: the 18th Century British Origins of a Critical Approach. Edinburgh: Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh, 2000. 147pp.

Van der Weiden R.M.F., J.P.M. van Os. "G.J. Bodenstaff (1737-1811) over de behandeling van de inversio uteri: een klinische les uit 1788." Tijdschrift voor Geneeskunde, 54, 12 (1998): 884-888.

* Weaver, William Woys. Sauer's Herbal Cures: America's First Book of Botanic Healing, 1762-1778. Routledge, 2000. 336 pp. ISBN 0-415-92360-3

Williams, N.J.A. "A Note on John K'Eogh's Herbal." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 2 (1987): 198-202.

Wrigley, Richard. "Pathological topographies and cultural itineraries: mapping 'mal'aria' in eighteenth- and nineteenth-century Rome," in Richard Wrigley and George Revill, eds. Pathologies of Travel (Amsterdam & Atlanta: Rodopi, 2000), pp. 203-228.

[see also title by Craske listed under England - Literature].

HISTORY OF MUSIC

[see title by Boydell listed under Ireland - History]

Bach

* Vuataz, Roger. Musique vivante - musique en liberté. Tome II: Jean-Sébastien Bach ou l'apothéose de la polyphonie. Genève: Éditions Slatkine, 2001. 180 pp. Préface de Kei Koito. ISBN: 2-05101-834-0.

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

Beethoven

* Martin, Russell. Beethoven's Hair: An Extraordinary Historical Odyssey and a Musical Mystery Solved. London: Bloomsbury, 2000. 276pp. ISBN 0747548455

Handel

White, Harry. "Handel in Dublin: A Note." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 2 (1987): 182-86.

Ó Carolan

White, Harry. "Carolan and the Dislocation of Music in Ireland." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 4 (1989): 55-74.

Opera

* Skuncke, Marie-Christine en collaboration avec Anna Ivarsdotter. Svenska Operans födelse:Studier i gustaviansk musikdramatik / The Birth of Swedish Opera 1772-1792 (English summary) / La Naissance de l'opéra suédois 1772-1792. Stockholm: Atlantis, 1998.

HISTORY OF RELIGION

Marshall, Donald G. "Religion and Literature after Enlightenment: Schleiermacher and Wordsworth." Christianity and Literature, 50, 1 (Autumn 2000): 53-68.

Stanley, J. Ford. "The Glasite-Sandemanian Movement in the Eighteenth-Century Atlantic World." Eighteenth Century Scotland, 15 (Spring 2001): 8-11.

[see also title by Le Cat listed under Bibliography]

Christianity - Protestant - Amish

* Lassabe-Bernard, Marie-Thérèze (édit.). les Amish. Étude historique et sociologique. Paris: Éditions Honoré Champion (coll. «La vie des huguenots», 6(, 1999. 432 pp. ISBN: 2-7453-0032-6.

Christianity - Protestant - Anglican

Lares, J. "Officium concionatoris (1676) and the survival of 'doctrines and uses' preaching." Cithara - Essays in the Judeo-Christian Tradition, 40 (2): 37-49 [Restoration pulpit oratory].

[see also title by Pumpe listed under England - Literature; by Falvey under Ireland - History]

Christianity - Protestant - Baptist

Spangler, Jewel L. "Becoming Baptists: Conversion in Colonial and Early National America." Journal of Southern History, 67, 2 (May 2001): 243-86.

Christianity - Protestant - Congregationalist

* Lesser, M.X., ed. The Works of Jonathan Edwards. Volume 19: Sermons and Discourses, 1734-1738. Yale University Press, 2001. 864 pp. ISBN 0-300-08714-4.

Christianity - Protestant - Huguenot

Olson, Alison. "Huguenots and Palatines." The Historian, 63, 2 (Winter 2001): 269-86.

Christianity - Protestant - Methodist

Hick, Vivien. "John Wesley and the Irish Rhinelanders." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 5 (1990): 89-104.

Leighton, C. D. A. "'Knowledge of Divine Things': a study of Hutchinsonianism." History of European Ideas, 26, 3-4 (2000): 159-76.

* van Noppen, Jean Pierre. Transforming Words: The Early Methodist Revival from a Discourse Perspective. Bern &c.: Peter Lang, 1999. 248 pp. ISBN 3-906762-52-1; US-ISBN: 0-8204-4236-5 (paper)

Christianity - Protestant - Puritan

Richardson, R.C. "Revisiting Puritanism." Clio, 29, 4 (Summer 2000): 449-57 [review article].

Christianity - Protestant - Shaker

* Thurman, Suzanne R. O Sisters Ain't You Happy? Gender, Family, and Community Among the Harvard and Shirley Shakers, 1781-1918. Syracuse University Press, October 2001. 224 pp. ISBN 0-8156-0674-5.

Christianity - Roman Catholic

Moureau, François. «Pèlerinage à Marie: Lorette dans la littérature de voyage (XVIe-XVIIIe siècles)». Revue de l'Institut de sociologie, 1-2 (1998): 11-27.

Myscofski, Carole A. "Bounded Identities: Women and Religion in Colonial Brazil, 1550-1750." Religion, 28, 4 (1998): 329-337.

[see also titles by Barlett, by Cullen, by Doyle, by Fagan, by O'Halloran, by Whelan, and by Woods, listed under Ireland - History]

Deism

[see title by Boyle listed under Ireland - Language & Literature - Swift]

HISTORY OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY

Aarato, Franco. "Herder traduttore di Campanella." Giornale storico della Letteratura italiana, 176 (1999): 87-98.

Beretta, Marco. "From Nollet to Volta: Lavoisier and electricity / De Nollet à Volta: Lavoisier et l'électricité." Revue d'histoire des sciences, 54, 1 (2001): 29-52.

Bernardi, Walter. "La controverse sur l'électricité animale dans l'Italie du xviii siècle: Galvani, Volta et d'autres / The controversy over animal electricity in 18th-century Italy: Galvani, Volta and others." Revue d'histoire des sciences, 54, 1 (2001): 53-70

Bitbol-Hespériès, Annie. "Descartes, Reader of Harvey: The Discovery of the Circulation of the Blood." Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal (New School for Social Research), 22, 1 (2001): 15-40.

Blum, Paul Richard. "'A pretty curious circumstance in the history of science": David Hume's Naturalisierung der Religion. Berichte zur Wissenschafts-Geschichte, 23, 2 (July 2000):143-56.

* Chambers, Neil, ed. The Letters of Sir Joseph Banks: A Selection, 1768-1820. London: Imperial College Press, 2000. 420 pp. ISBN 1860942040

Cherni, Amor. "Brute Matter and Organic Matter in Buffon." Tr. Edward B. Rackley. Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal (New School for Social Research), 22, 1 (2001): 87-106.

Ciardi, Marco, "Forces et molecules: Amadeo Avogadro, l'électricité et l'hypothèse de 1811 / Forces and molecules: Amadeo Avogadro, electricity and the hypothesis of 1811." Revue d'histoire des sciences, 54, 1 (2001): 85-97.

Clarke, Karen B. "American Birds: Illustrated Books in the Watkinson Library, 1555-1869." Imprint, 14, 1 (Spring 1989), 22-31 [now part of Trinity College, Hartford, CT; Watkinson holds the Ostrom Enders Ornithology Collection of 6000 volumes].

Craig, William Lane. "Normalcy of Nothingness in the Leibnizian and Kalam Cosmological Arguments." British Journal for Philosophy of Science, 52, 2 (June 2001): 371-86.

* Dear, Peter. Revolutionizing the Sciences: European Knowledge and Its Ambitions, 1500-1700. Palgrave, 2000. 208 pp.

Eshet, Dan. "Rereading Priestley: Science at the Intersection of Theology and Politics." History of Science, 39, 2 (June 2001): 127-59.

Gaukroger, S. "The Role of Matter Theory in Baconian and Cartesian Cosmologies." Perspectives on Science, 8, 3 (2000): 201-22.

Guillerme, André. "L'électricité dans ses premieres grandeurs (1760-1820) Presentation / Electricity in its first glories (1760-1820) Presentation." Revue d'histoire des sciences, 54, 1 (2001): 5-9.

Guillerme, André. "Un accès aux sources imprimées de l'histoire de l'électricité et du magnétisme: Le conservatoire numérique du Conservatoire national des arts et métiers http://cnum.cnam.fr) / An access to printed sources in the history of electricity and magnetism: The numerical conservatory at the Conservatoire national des arts et metiers (http://cnum.cnam.fr)." Revue d'histoire des sciences, 54, 1 (2001): 115-17.

Heilbron, John. "Some connections among the heroes / A propos de certains rapports entre les héros." Revue d'histoire des sciences, 54, 1 (2001): 11-28.

Ibrahim, Annie. "The Life Principle and the Doctrine of Living Being in Diderot." Tr. Charles T. Wolfe. Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal (New School for Social Research), 22, 1 (2001): 107-22.

Kahn, Didier. "Entre atomisme, alchimie et théologie, la réception des thèses d'Antoine de Villon et Etienne de Clave contre Aristote, Paracelse et les cabalistes (24-25 aout 1624)." Annals of Science, 58, 3 (July 2001): 241-86.

Lerszberg, Pierre. "The Mental Chemistry of Speculative Philosophy." Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal (New School for Social Research), 22, 1 (2001): 191-226.

Loveland, J. "Buffon, the certainty of sunrise, and the probabilistic reductio ad absurdum." Archive for History of Exact Sciences, 55, 5 (2001): 465-77.

Lunney, Linde. "The Celebrated Mr. Dinwiddie: An Eighteenth-Century Scientist in Ireland." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 3 (1988): 69-84.

* Mornet, Daniel. les Sciences de la nature en France au XVIIIe siècle. Un chapitre de l'histoire des idées. Genève: Slatkine reprints, 2001. 304 pp. (réimpression de l'édition de Paris, 1911). ISBN: 2-05-101729-8.

* Motsch, Andreas. Lafitau et l'émergence du discours ethnographique. Sillery et Paris: Septentrion et Presses de l'Université Paris-Sorbonne (coll. «Imago mundi», 2), 2001. 302 pp., ill.

Nelson, E. Charles. "Patrick Browne, M.D. (c.1720-1790), an Irish doctor in the Caribbean: his residence on Saint Croix (1757-1765) and his unpublished accounts of volcanic activity on Montserrat. Archives of Natural History, 28, 1 (February 2001): 135-47.

* Pictet, Marc-Auguste. Correspondance - Sciences et techniques. Tome III: les correspondants britanniques. Genève: Éditions Slatkine, 2001. 720 pp. Texte établi par René Sigrist et David Bickerton. ISBN: 2-05-101835-9.

Portolano, Marlana. "John Quincy Adams's rhetorical crusade for astronomy." Isis, 91, 3 (September 2000): 480-503.

Raj, Kapil. "18th-century Pacific voyages of discovery. 'Big Science', and the shaping of an European scientific and technological culture." History and Technology, 17, 2 (2001): 79-98.

Roche, Daniel. "Electricité et l'institution sociale de la sciences. Réflexions pour une conclusion / Electricity and the social institution of science. Thoughts for a conclusion." Revue d'histoire des sciences, 54, 1 (2001): 99-114

Segala, Marco. "Electricité animale, magnétisme animal, galvanisme universel: A la recherche de l'identité entre l'homme et la nature / Animal electricity, animal magnetism, universal galvanism: In search of universal harmony between man and nature." Revue d'histoire des sciences, 54, 1 (2001): 71-84.

* Shea, William R., ed. Science and the Visual Image in the Enlightenment. Canton, MA: Science History, 2000. 232 pp. ISBN 0881352853

Tanona, S. "The anticipation of necessity: Kant on Kepler's laws and universal gravitation." Philosophy of Science, 76, 3 (September 2000): 421-43.

Tomasi, Lucia Tongiorgi. "The study of the natural sciences and botanical and zoological illustration in Tuscany under the Medicis from the sixteenth to the eighteenth centuries." Archives of Natural History, 28, 2 (June 2001): 179-93.

Trechsel, Gail Andrews. "Mark Catesby (1682-1749): Revelations of the new World." Imprint, 8, 2 (Autumn 1983), 12-18 [biographical information on Catesby, his trips to the colonies, his training as an engraver, & his contributions to popular natural history through his Natural History of Carolina, Florida and the Bahama Islands (1731-1743)].

* Vartanian, Aram. Science and Humanism in the French Enlightenment. Charlottesville: Rockwood Press, 1999. 182 pp. ISBN 1886365113

* Yeo, Richard. Encyclopædic Visions: Scientific Dictionaries and Enlightenment Culture. Cambridge University Press, 2001. 336pp. ISBN 0521651913.

[see also titles by De Rienzi and by Hunter listed under Bibliography]

HISTORY OF SEXUALITY & REPRODUCTION

Castelli, E.A. "Lesbian historiography before the name?" GLQ - Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies, 4 (4): 557-58; D.M. Halperin, "Lesbian historiography before the name?" (559-78); A. Pellegrini, "Lesbian historiography before the name?" (578-89); and B.J. Brooten, "Lesbian historiography before the name? Response" 606-30.

* Dictionnaire des œuvres érotiques. Paris: Robert Laffont, 2001. 520 pp. Préface de Pascal Pia.

* Graves, Rolande. Born to Procreate. Women and Childbirth in France from the Middle Ages to the Eighteenth Century. New York, Berne, Berlin, Bruxelles, Francfort, Oxford et Vienne: Peter Lang (coll. «Studies in the Humanities: Literature-Politics-Society», 53), 2001. 162 pp., ill. ISBN: 0-8204-4907-5.

Halperin, D.M. "How to do the history of male homosexuality." GLQ - Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies, 6, 1 (2000): 87-123.

Harvey, Karen. "Gender, Space and Modernity in Eighteenth-Century England: A Place Called Sex." History Workshop Journal, 51 (Spring 2001): 158-79.

Kulick, D. "Transgender and language: A review of the literature and suggestions for the future." GLQ - Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies, 5, 4 (1999): 605-622.

* Mounsey, Chris (ed.) Presenting Gender: Changing Sex in Early-Modern Culture. Bucknell University Press, 2001. ISBN 0-8387-5477-5

Mueller, Judith C. "Fallen Men: Representations of Male Impotence in Britain." Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture, 28 (1999): 85-102,

* Néret, Gilles. Erotica. 17th-18th Century. Taschen (coll. «Icons»), 2001.

Turner, James Grantham. "Pictorial Prostitution: Visual Culture, Vigilantism, and 'Pornography' in Dunton's Night-Walker." Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture, 28 (1999): 55-84.

Wickberg, D. "Homophobia: On the cultural history of an idea." Critical Inquiry, 27, 1 (Fall 2000): 42-57.

[see also special issue of Cultural Studies on "Performing Love," listed under Theory & Criticism].

IN MEMORIAM

Argemí, Luís. "Obituary: Ernest Lluch (1937-2000)." European Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 8, 2 (June 2001): 124-29.

Grunewald, B. "Hans Wagner: In memoriam." Kant-Studien, 91, 4 (2001): 1-2.

Haldane, J. "G.E.M. Anscombe (1919-2001): In memoriam." Review of Metaphysics, 53, 4 (June 2000): 1019-21.

McDonald, T. "Richard H. Kennington, 1921-1999: In memoriam." Review of Metaphysics, 53, 3 (March 2000): 769-71.

"Robert J. Henle, S.J. - 1909-2000." Modern Schoolman, 77, 4 (May 2000): 271.

Wippel, J. "Norman Kretzmann, 1911-1998: In memoriam." Review of Metaphysics, 53, 3 (March 2000): 771-73.

INDIA - HISTORY

Antoniou, Angeliki. «Le chevalier de Fontenay, Voyage des Indes orientales (1703-1704). Édition critique». Paris: Université de Paris-Sorbonne, mémoire de maîtrise, octobre 2000. 98 pp., ill. Dir. : François Moureau.

* Chandra, Satish. Parties and Politics in the Mughal Court, 1707-1740. Oxford University Press, 2001. 384 pp. ISBN 0-19-565444-7

Chatterjee, Kumkum. "History as Self-Representation: The Recasting of a Political Tradition in Late Eighteenth-Century Eastern India." Modern Asian Studies, 32 (1998): 913-48.

Mines, Mattison. "Courts of Law and Styles of Self in Eighteenth-Century Madras: From Hybrid to Colonial Self." Modern Asian Studies, 35 (2001): 33-74

Fisher, Michael H. "Representations of India, the English East India Company, and Self by an Eighteenth-Century Indian Emigrant to Britain." Modern Asian Studies, 32 (1998): 891-911.

Mines, Mattison. "Courts of Law and Styles of Self in Eighteenth-Century Madras: From Hybrid to Colonial Self." Modern Asian Studies, 35 (2001): 33-74

Torri, Michelguglielmo. "Mughal Nobles, Indian Merchants and the Beginning of British Conquest in Western India: The Case of Surat 1756-1759." Modern Asian Studies, 32 (1998): 257-315

IRELAND - HISTORY

Barry, Kevin. "James Usher (1720-72) and the Irish Enlightenment." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 3 (1988): 115-22.

Bartlett, Thomas. "Religious rivalries in France and Ireland in the age of the French Revolution." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 6 (1991): 57-76.

Berman, David. "Berkeley's Siris and the 'Whiskey Patriots.'" Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 1 (1986): 200-204.

* Boyce, George; Robert Eccleshall and Vincent Geoghegan, eds. Political Discourse in Seventeenth- and Eighteenth-Century Ireland. Palgrave, 2001. 312 pp. ISBN 0-333-71261-7

Boydell, Barra. "The United Irishmen, music, harps, and national identity." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 13 (1998): 44-52.

Bric, Maurice J. "Ireland, America, and the Reassessment of a Special Relationship, 1760-83." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 10 (1995):

Cullen, Louis. "Catholics under the Penal Laws." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 1 (1986): 23-36.

Davies, Simon. "The Northern Star and the propagation of enlightened ideas." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 5 (1990): 143-52.

* De Breffny, Brian, ed. The Irish World: The History and Cultural Achievements of the Irish People. 296 pp. Thames & Hudson, 2001. ISBN: 0500282412

Doyle, Thomas. "Jacobitism, Catholicism and the Irish Protestant Elite, 1700-1710." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 12 (1997): 28-59.

Durey, Michael. "John Hughes, Reluctant Agent Provocateur and Millenarian: A Note and New Documents." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 7 (1992): 141-46.

Fagan, Patrick. "The Dublin Catholic mob (1700-1750). Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 4 (1989): 133-42.

Fagan, Patrick. "Infiltration of Dublin Freemason Lodges by United Irishmen and other Republican Groups." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 13 (1998): 65-85.

Fagan, Patrick. "The Population of Dublin in the eighteenth century, with particular reference to the proportions of protestants and catholics." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 6 (1991): 121-58.

Falvey, Jeremiah. "The Church of Ireland episcopate in the eighteenth century: An overview." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 8 (1993): 103-114.

Gargett, Graham. "Voltaire and Irish History." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 5 (1990): 117-42.

Garnham, Neal. "The Short Career of Paul Farrell: A Brief Consideration of Law Enforcement in Eighteenth-Century Dublin." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 10 (1995): 46-52.

Geoghegan, Vincent. "A Jacobite History: The Abbé Geoghegan's History of Ireland." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 6 (1991): 37-56.

Greene, John, & Elizabeth McCrum. "'Small clothes': The evolution of men's nether garments as evidenced in The Belfast Newsletter Index 1737-1800." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 5 (1990): 153-72.

Harvey, Karen J. "Religion and Money: Irish Regular Colleges in the Roman Republic of 1798-99." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 8 (1993): 73-82.

Hick, Vivien. "The Palatine Settlement in Ireland: The Early Years." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 4 (1989): 113-32.

Hyland. Carl, & James Kelly. "Richard Twiss's A Tour of Ireland in 1755 (London, 1776): the missing pages and some other notes." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 13 (1998): 53-64.

* Kee, Robert. The Green Flag : A History of Irish Nationalism. 877 pp. Penguin USA, 2001. ISBN: 0140291652 (paper).

Kelly, James. "The Abduction of Women of Fortune in Eighteenth-Century Ireland." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 9 (1994): 7-43.

Kelly, James. "Eighteenth-Century Ascendancy: A Commentary." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 5 (1990): 173-88.

Kelly, James. "Inter-Denominational Relations and Religious Toleration in Late Eighteenth-Century Ireland: The 'paper war' of 1786-88." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 3 (1988): 39-68.

Kelly, James. "The Anglo-French Commercial Treaty of 1786: The Irish Dimension." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 4 (1989): 93-112.

Kelly, Patrick. "William Molyneux and the Spirit of Liberty in Eighteenth-Century Ireland." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 3 (1988): 133-48.

Kennedy, Dennis. "The Irish Opposition: Parliamentary Reform and Public Opinion, 1793-94." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 7 (1992): 95-114.

Keogh, Daire. "'The Most dangerous villain in society': Fr. John Martin's mission to the United Irishmen of Wicklow in 1798." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 7 (1992): 115-35.

Leersen, Joep. Th. "Anglo-Irish Patriotism and its European Context: Notes Towards a Reassessment." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 3 (1988): 7-24.

Le Juen, Yves. "The Abbé MacGeoghegan Dies." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 13 (1998): 135-48.

Lowe, N.F. "James Barry, Mary Wollstonecraft, and 1798." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 12 (1997): 60-76.

Mac Craith, Mícheál. "Filíocht Sheacaibíteach na Gaeilge: ionar gan uaim?" Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 9 (1994): 57-74.

Mahony, Robert. "The Pamphlet Campaign against Henry Grattan in 1797-99." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 2 (1987): 149-66.

McCormack, W.J. "Eighteenth-century Ascendancy: Yeats and the Historians." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 4 (1989): 150-81.

McCormack, W.J. "Vision and Revision in the Study of Eighteenth-Century Irish Parliamentary Rhetoric." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 2 (1987): 7-36.

McParland, Edward. "A Note on George II and St. Stephen's Green." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 2 (1987): 187-95.

Mokyr, Joel, & Cormac Ó Gráda. "The Height of Irishmen and Englishmen from the 1770s: Some Evidence from the East India Company Records." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 4 (1989): 83-92.

Murphy, Séan. "Burke and Lucas: An authorship problem re-examined." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 1 (1986): 135-56.

Murphy, Séan. "Charles Lucas, catholicism and nationalism." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 8 (1993): 83-102.

Murphy, Séan. "Irish Jacobitism and Freemasonry." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 9 (1994): 75-82.

O'Brien, Gerard. "Illusion and Reality in Late Eighteenth-Century Ireland." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 3 (1988): 149-56.

O'Brien, Gerard. "The Grattan Mystique." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 1 (1986): 177-94.

O'Brien, Gerard. "The Unimportance of Public Opinion in Eighteenth-Century Britain and Ireland." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 8 (1993): 115-27.

O'Brien, Gillian. "'Spirit, Impartiality and Independence': the Northern Star. 1792-97." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 13 (1998): 7-23.

Ó Buachalla, Breandán. "Irish Jacobitism in official documents." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 8 (1993): 128-38.

O'Connor, Thomas. "Surviving the Civil Constitution of the Clergy: Luke Joseph Hooke's Revolutionary Experiences." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 11 (1996): 129-45.

O'Donnell, Ruan, & Bob Reece. "'A Clean Beast': Crofton Croker's Fairy Tale of General Holt." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 7 (1992): 7-42.

O'Flaherty, Éamonn. "Burke and the Catholic Question." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 12 (1997): 7-27.

O'Flaherty, Éamonn. "Urban Politics and Municipal Reform in Limerick, 1723-62." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 6 (1991): 105-20.

O'Halloran, Clare. "'The Island of Saints and Scholars': Views of the Early Church and Sectarian Politics in Late Eighteenth-Century Ireland." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 5 (1990): 7-20.

Ó hOrgartaigh, Margaret. "Edward Hay: Historian of 1798." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 13 (1998): 121-35.

Reece, Bob. "Irish Anticipations of Botany Bay." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 12 (1997): 116-36.

Sherry, T.F. "The Present Horrid Conspiracy: Dublin Press Coverage of Two Political Trials in the Early 1720s." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 4 (1989): 143-49.

Stewart, M.A. "John Smith and the Molesworth Circle." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 2 (1987): 89-102.

* Tanner, Marcus. Ireland's Holy Wars: The Struggle for a Nation's Soul, 1500-2000. Yale University Press, January 2002. 384 pp. ISBN 0-300-09072-2.

Whelan, Kevin. "An Underground Gentry? Catholic Middlemen in Eighteenth-Century Ireland." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 10 (1995):

Williams, N.J.A. "Dermot O'Connor's Blazonsand Irish Heraldic Terminology." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 5 (1990): 61-88.

Woods, C.J. "An unnoticed pamphlet by Charles O'Conor at Belnagare: A Vindication of the political principles of Roman Catholics (1761)." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 6 (1991): 161-62; 7 (1992), 147-8.

Woods, C.J. "The authorship of a letter received by Tone in America in 1795." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 5 (1990): 192-95.

§ Critical Inquiry, 15, 1 (January 2001) is a special issue on Irish Cultural Studies, edited by L. Grossberg & D. Pollock. Selected titles include, S. Thompson, "Introduction: Towards an Irish cultural studies" (1-11); D. Lloyd, "Regarding Ireland in a post-colonial frame" (12-32); C. Wills, "Women, domesticity and the family: Recent feminist work in Irish cultural studies" (33-57); C. Graham, "'Blame it on Maureen O'Hara': Ireland and the trope of authenticity" (58-75); K. Kane, "'Will come forth in tongues and fury': Relocating Irish cultural studies" (98-123); K. Conrad, "Queer treasons: Homosexuality and Irish national identity" (124-37).

§ History Ireland, 9, 3 (Autumn 2001) is a special Issue entitled "Ireland and Spain through the ages." Titles include: John Carey, "Did the Irish come from Spain? The legend of the Milesians" (8-11); Michael M. Barkham, "The Spanish Basque Irish fishery and trade in the sixteenth century" (12-15); John McGurk, "The Battle of Kinsale, 1601" (16-21); Fabio Troncarelli, "The man behind the mask of Zorro: William Lamport of Wexford [c.1611-59]" (22-25); Samuel Fannin, "Alexander 'Bloody' O'Reilly: 'A monster of fortune' [1723-94]" (26-30); John de Courcy Ireland, "Almirante William Brown, father of the Argentine navy [1777-1857]" (31-34); Fearghal McGarry, "Ireland and the Spanish Civil War" (35-40); Paddy Woodworth, "The Basque Conflict and Ireland" (41-47); Oscar Recio Morales, "Not only seminaries: the political role of the Irish Colleges in seventeenth-century Spain" (48-52). ISSN 0791-8224 - see the journal's webpage, available: http://www.historyireland.com

[see also titles by Casey listed under History of Architecture; by Robinson listed under History of Art; by Coleman listed under History of Education; by listed under Political Thought]

IRELAND - LITERATURE

Breatnach, Pádraig A. "Oral and Written Transmission of Poetry in the Eighteenth Century." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 2 (1987): 57-66.

Buttimer, Cornelius G. "Tuarisc Amhailt Uí Iartáin: An eighteenth-century poem on a fair." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 7 (1992): 75-94.

Cullen, L.M. "The Contemporary and later politics of Caoineadh Airt Uí Laoire." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 8 (1993): 7-38.

Curtis, Liz. "Saol agus Saothar Charlotte Brooke." History Ireland, 9, 2 (Summer 2001): 21-25 [in Irish with English summary].

Dolan, T.P. "The Manuscript of Jacob Poole's Glossary of the Dialect of Forth and Bargy." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 2 (1987): 203-7.

Greene, John. "The Repertory of Dublin Theatres, 1720-45." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 2 (1987): 133-48.

Harrison, Frank L, "Music, Poetry, and Polity in the Age of Swift." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 1 (1986): 37-64.

Hayton, David. "Two Ballads on the County Westmeath By-Election of 1723." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 4 (1989): 7-30.

Mac Craith, Mícheál. "Aisling Ghéar." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 13 (1998): 155-71 [review article; Breandán Ó Buachalla]

Mac Gill-Fhinnein, Gordon. "Eachtra an Amadáin Mhóir." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 4 (1989): 75-82.

Magennis, Eoin. "A 'Beleaguered Protestant'? Walter Harris and the writing of Fiction Unmasked." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 13 (1998): 86-111.

Morley, Vincent. "Aodo Buí Mac Cruitín: File Gaeilge in Arm na Fraince." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 8 (1993): 39-48. "Hugh McCurtin: An Irish Poet in the French Army," 49-58.

Morley, Vincent. "Tá an cruatan ar Sheoirse' - folklore or politics?" Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 13 (1998): 112-20.

Mulvihill, Maureen E. "Eileen O'Connell" [Eibhlin Dubh Ni Chonaill, "Dark Eileen O'Connell"], in Paul & June Schlueter, eds. An Encyclopedia of British Women Writers (2nd ed.; Rutgers University Press, 1998), pp. 484-87 [Seamus Deane has called O'Connell's impromptu keen over her murdered husband (Caoineadh Airt Ui Laoghaire, "Lament for Art O'Leary") the greatest lyric in the Irish canon; detailed biography on patriot O'Connell line; the transmission of the keen from oral text to scribal text to print and into Ireland's cultural memory; bibliography]

Mulvihill, Maureen E. "Mary Tighe, 'the Rosanna Poet' of Co. Wicklow (1772, Dublin-1810, Co. Kilkenny)," in An Encyclopedia of British Women Writers (2nd ed.; Rutgers University Press, 1998), pp. 620-621 [profile of the dual-language poet, whose métier was chiefly allegorical poetry and classical imitation; Keats strongly influenced by her imagery (Weller in 1928 distinguished over 400 parallel passages); Romney painted Tighe in her pastoral persona; bibliography].

Mulvihill, Maureen E. "Mary Leadbeater, (Co. Kildare, 1758-Co. Kildare, 1826)," in An Encyclopedia of British Women Writers (2nd ed.; Rutgers University Press, 1998), pp. 382-84 [profile of prolific "Quaker authoress," post-mistress of Ballitore, Co. Kildare, whose chronicles and moral sketches of Irish rural history provide first-hand testimony of the United Irishmen's Rising of 1798 and 1800, and Robert Emmet's Rising of 1803; bibliography].

Ní Shéaghda, Nessa. "Irish Scholars and Scribes in Eighteenth-century Dublin." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 4 (1989): 41-54.

Ó Buachalla, Breandán. "Poetry and Politics in Early Modern Ireland." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 7 (1992): 149-75 [review article].

Ó Catháin, Diarmaid. "Dermot O'Connor, Translator of Keating." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 2 (1987): 67-88.

Ó Muirithe, Diarmuid. "Dán in Ómós do Shilbeastar Ó hAllmhuráin, 1728-1807." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 1 (1986): 85-88 [An Irish poem in honour of Sylvester O'Halloran]

Ó Muirithe, Diarmuid. "'Tho' Not in Full Stile Compleat': Jacobite Songs from Gaelic Manuscript Sources." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 6 (1991): 93-104.

Poppe, Erich. "Leibniz and Eckhart on the Irish Language." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 1 (1986): 65-84.

Silke, John J. "Bishop Coyle's Pious Miscellany." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 9 (1994): 114-28.

Watson, Seosamh. "Aortha: Ainmhithe agus Eile." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 1 (1986): 89-96 [the Irish satirist's power over animals].

Watson, Seosamh. "Filíocht Shémais Daill Mhic Cuarta: Nótaí Teanga." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 6 (1991): 77-92 [Linguistic notes on Séamas Dall Mac Cuarta's poetry].

Watson, Seosamh. "Laoi Chab an Dosáin: Background to a late Ossianic Ballad." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 5 (1990): 37-44.

Watson, Seosamh. "Coimhlint an Dá Chultúr - Gaeil agus Gaill i bhFilíocht Chúige Uladh san Ochtú hAois Déag." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 3 (1988): 85-104.

Wheatley, Christopher J. "Heroic Palimpsest: Robert Ashton's The Battle of Aughrim." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 10 (1995): 53-73.

Williams, N.J.A. "Thomas Wilson, Francis Hutchinson agus Liutriú na Gaeilge." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 1 (1986): 204-208 [Wilson, Hutchinson, and the orthography of Irish].

[see also titles by Dunton and by Pollard listed under Bibliography]

Barber

Tucker, Bernard. "'Our Chief Poetess': Mary Barber and Swift's Circle." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 7 (1992): 43-56.

Edgeworth

Maguire, W.A. "Castle Nugent and Castle Rackrent: Fact and Fiction in Maria Edgeworth." Eighteenth Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 11 (1996): 146-59.

Geoghegan

Geoghegan, Vincent, & Yves Le Juen. "An Early Work by James Geoghegan: Oeuvres mêlées en Latin, Anglois et François sur divers sujets en prose et vers." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 8 (1993): 59-72.

[see also titles by Geoghegan and Le Juen listed under Ireland - History]

Goldsmith

Friend, María Losada. "Ghosts or Frauds? Oliver Goldsmith and The Mystery Revealed." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 13 (1998): 159-65.

Mounsey, Chris. "Oliver Goldsmith and John Newbery." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 13 (1998): 149-58.

Moore

Jones, Catherine A. "'Our partial Attachments': Tom Moore and 1798." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 13 (1998): 24-43.

Morgan

Ross, Bianca. "Of Prejudice and Predilection: Lady Morgan and her 'Annals of St. Grellan.'" Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 9 (1994): 99-113.

Sheridan, Frances

Kuti, Elizabeth. "Rewriting Frances Sheridan." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 10 (1995).

Velissariou, Aspasia. "A Trip to Scarborough: Or, How 'To Undergo a Bungling Reformation.'" Bulletin de la société d' études anglo-americaines des XVIIe- XVIIIe siècles, 50 (juin 2000).

Swift

Alsop, J.D. "A Whig Attack on A Tale of a Tub, 1712." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 5 (1990): 189-91.

Barnett, Louise K. "Swift and Religion: Notes Towards a Psychoanalytic Interpretation." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 4 (1989): 31-40.

Boyle, Frank T. "Profane and Debauched Deist: Swift in the Contemporary Response to A Tale of A Tub." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 3 (1988): 25-39.

Carey, Daniel. "Swift Among the Freethinkers." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 12 (1997): 89-99.

Deane, Seamus. "Swift and the Anglo-Irish Intellect." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 1 (1986): 9-22.

Elias, A.C., Jr. "Lord Orrery's copy of Memoirs of the Life and Writings of Swift." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 1 (1986): 111-26.

Kelly, James. "Jonathan Swift and the Irish Economy in the 1720s." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 6 (1991): 7-36.

McMinn, Joseph. "A Weary Patriot: Swift and the Formation of an Anglo-Irish Identity." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 2 (1987): 103-14.

Passman, Dirk F. "'Many Diverting Books of History and Travels' and A Modest Proposal." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 2 (1987): 167-76.

Real, Hermann J., & Heinz J. Vienken. "Psychoanalytic Criticism and Swift: The History of a Failure." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 1 (1986): 127-34.

ITALY

* Bertrand, Gilles. Bibliographie des études concernant le voyage en Italie. Voyage en Italie, voyage en Europe, XVIe-XXe siècle. Grenoble: Université de Grenoble, CRHIPA (coll. «Les cahiers du CRHIPA», 2), 2000. 301 pp.

Candaux, Jean-Daniel. «Deux jeunes patriciens genevois saisis par l'Italie, 1784-1785», dans Angela Kahn-Laginestra (édit.), Genève et l'Italie. Mélanges publiés à l'occasion du 80e anniversaire de la Société genevoise d'études italiennes (Genève, 1999), pp. 215-222.

Jacobs, Helmut C. et Gisela Schlüter (édit.). Beiträge zur Begriffsgeschichte der italienischen Aufklärung im europäischen Kontext. Francfort, Berlin, Berne, Bruxelles, New York, Oxford et Vienne: Peter Lang (coll. «Europäische Aufklärung in Literatur und Sprache», 12), 2000. 387 pp. ISBN: 3-631-36435-0.

* Jones, Thomas. Journal de voyage à Rome et à Naples 1776-1783. Paris: Gérard Monfort, 2001. 284 pp. Traduction d'Isabelle Baudino et Jacques Carré.

* Kanduth, Erika (édit.) Italienische Aufklärungsliteratur im Zeichen europäischer Beziehungen. Beïtrage zu Panini, Alfieri und Da Ponte. Francfort, Berlin, Berne, Bruxelles, New York, Oxford et Vienne: Peter Lang (coll. «Wiener Beiträge zu Komparatistik und Romanistik», 9), 2000. 178 pp. ISBN: 3-631-37185-3.

 

[see title by Kiernan listed under History of Architecture]

JUDAICA

* Malik, Roman, ed. From Kaifeng ... to Shanghai: Jews in China. Nettetal, Germany: Steyler Verlag (Monumenta Serica Monograph Series, 46), 2000. 706 pp., maps, ill. ISBN 3-8050-0454-0 - and see H-NET online review by Robert Entenmann, "Chinese Jews and Jews in China," published by H-Asia (June, 2001); available: http://www2.h-net.msu.edu/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=14148995995840

MARITIME HISTORY

* Ireland, Bernard. Naval Warfare in the Age of Sail. Ill. Tony Gibbons. 1st U.S. ed. W.W. Norton & Company, 2000. 240 pp., ill. ISBN: 0393049833

Knaap, Gerrit. "Shipping and Trade in Java, c. 1775: A Quantitative Analysis." Modern Asian Studies, 33 (1999): 405-420.

Ward, Cheryl. "The Sadana Island Shipwreck: An Eighteenth-Century AD Merchantman off the Red Sea Coast of Egypt." World Archaeology, 32, 3 (February 2001): 368-82.

MATERIAL CULTURE & THE DECORATIVE ARTS

Porter, David. "Chinoiserie and the Aesthetics of Illegitimacy." Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture, 28 (1999): 27-54 [Nieuhof; William Chambers; Wycherly]

Weir, Annette K. "Material Culture of the Guild: A Study of a German Cabinetmakers' Guild Chest." Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture, 28 (1999): 173-206, ill.

MISCELLANY

Couvreur, Manuel. «Sur les pas de Laure et de Pétrarque: le pèlerinage à la Fontaine de Vaucluse aux XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles». Revue de l'Institut de sociologie, 1-2 (1998): 165-83.

* Delâge, Denys et Jean-Pierre Sawaya. les Traités des Sept-Feux avec les Britanniques. Québec: Septentrion, 2001. 294 pp.

* Munck, Thomas. The Enlightenment: A Comparative Social History, 1721-1794. Oxford University Press, 2000. 249 pp. ISBN 034066326X (cloth); 0340663251 (paper)

Serventi, Silvano, et Françoise Sabban. les Pâtes. Histoire d'une culture universelle. Actes Sud, 2001. 496 pp.

NATIVE AMERICANS, INDIGÈNES, INDIANS, FIRST NATIONS

* Richter, Daniel K. Facing East from Indian Country: A Native History of Early America. Harvard University Press, January 2002. 320pp. ISBN 0-674-00638-0.

Seeman, Erik R. "Reading Indians' Deathbed Scenes: Ethnohistorical and Representational Approaches." Journal of American History, 88, 1 (June 2001): 17-47.

* Welburn, Ron. Roanoke and Wampum: Topics in Native American Heritage and Literature. New York: Peter Lang, 2001. 255 pp., ill. ISBN 0-8204-3901-0 (paper)

NETHERLANDS - HISTORY

[see title by Rutten listed under History of Medicine]

OCCULT, ASTROLOGY, WITCHCRAFT, &C.

* Maxwell-Stuart, P.G. Witchcraft in Europe and the New World, 1400-1800. Palgrave, 2001. 128 pp. ISBN 0333764641

[see also titles by Feibel and by Prunier listed under Scotland - History]

OTTOMAN EMPIRE, ARMENIA, PERSIA, THE MAGHREB, BARBARY, & THE ISLAMIC WORLD

* Baladouni, Vahé, & Margaret Makepeace, eds. Armenian Merchants of the Seventeenth and Early Eighteenth Centuries: English East India Company Sources. Philadelphia: Transactions of the American Philosophical Society, 1998. Xxxvii, 294 pp. ISBN 0-87169-885-4 (paper) - and see H-NET online review by Theophilus C. Prousis, "Armenian Diaspora Merchants in New Julfa," available: http://www2.h-net.msu.edu/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=14485998577208

Thomson, Ann. «Travels among the Turks: Discovery of the Other or Ideological Weapon?», dans John Renwick (édit.), l'Invitation au voyage. Studies in honour of Peter France (Oxford: Voltaire Foundation, 2000), pp. 31-39.

PHILOSOPHY

Bourdin, Jean-Claude. "The Uncertain Materialism of Louis Althusser." Tr. Charles T. Wolfe. Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal (New School for Social Research), 22, 1 (2001): 271-88 [Marxist materialism; early materialisms]

"Current periodical articles in metaphysics and philosophy." Review of Metaphysics, 53, 3 (March 2000): 743-6 [abstracts].

"Current periodical articles in philosophy." Review of Metaphysics, 53, 4 (June 2000): 993-1017 [abstracts]

De Marneffe, P. "The problem of evil, the social contract, and the history of ethics." Pacific Philosophical Quarterly, 82, 1 (March 2001): 11-25.

Donawerth, J. "Poaching on men's philosophies of rhetoric: Eighteenth- and nineteenth-century rhetorical theory by women." Philosophy and Rhetoric, 33, 3 (2000): 243-85.

Gil, Didier. "Is Consciousness a Brain Process?" Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal (New School for Social Research), 22, 1 (2001): 227-54 ["Anglo-Saxon" materialism; Hobbes; Descartes; La Mettrie; IT]

Gunn, A.E. "Recent titles in philosophy." Review of Metaphysics, 53, 4 (June 2000): 971-91.

Le Blanc, Guillame. "From Matter to Materiality According to Canguilhern." Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal (New School for Social Research), 22, 1 (2001): 255-70 [differences between Canguilhern's materialistism and earlier materialists].

* Vermeule, Blakey. The Party of Humanity: Writing Moral Psychology in Eighteenth Century Britain. Johns Hopkins University Press, 2000. 250 pp. ISBN 0801864593

Waquet, Françoise. «"Plus ultra". Inventaire des connaissances et progrès du savoir à l'époque classique», dans Roland Schaer (édit.), Tous les savoirs du monde (Paris: Bibliothèque nationale de France et Flammarion, 1996).

Wolfe, Charles W., ed. "The Renewal of Materialism." Special issue of the Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal (New School for Social Research), 22, 1 (2001). Essays are listed here in the Philosophy section, and see other titles by Ibrahim listed under History of Medicine; by Bitbol-Hespériès, by Cherni, and by Lerszberg under History of Science.

Dagognet, François. "Materialism: A Philosophy of Multiple Revivals." Tr. Charles T. Wolfe. Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal (New School for Social Research), 22, 1 (2001): 3-14 [Cartesianism, Spinozism, d'Holbach, Diderot]

Di Bella, S. "Completeness and essentialism: Two seventeenth-century debates." Topoi - International Review of Philosophy, 19, 2 (September 2000): 123-36.

Negri, Antonio. "Alma Venus: Prolegomena to the Common." Tr.Patricia Dailey & Constantino Constantini. Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal (New School for Social Research), 22, 1 (2001): 289-301.

Williams, B. "Philosophy as a humanistic discipline." Philosophy, 75, 294 (October 2000): 477-96.

§ Topoi - International Review of Philosophy, 17, 1 (March 1998) is a special issue on "Intercultural Philosophy." Titles include: F.M. Wimmer, "Introduction and select bibliography" (1-13); R.A. Mall, "Philosophy and philosophies, Cross-culturally considered" (15-27); M.G. Rebok, "Civilization and cultural identity in postmodernity" (29-36); G. Stenger, "Structures of world-oriented encounter: The world concept and the intercultural basic situation" (37-47); J. Soni, "Intercultural relevance of some moments in the history of Indian philosophy" (49-55); N. Schirilla, "Women and reason in Arab-Islamic and European philosophy" (57-62); B. Gutema, "Does African philosophy have a contribution to make to contemporary philosophy?" (63-75).

Aesthetics

Winchester, J. "Understanding aesthetic judgments across cultural borders: bell hooks, Kant, and Cornel West and the understanding of aesthetic judgments of others." Southern Journal of Philosophy, 38, 3 (Fall 2000): 499-525.

[see also title by Hopkins listed under Philosophy - Kant]

Bayle

* Bouchardy, Jean-Jacques. Pierre Bayle, la nature et la «nature des choses». Paris: Honoré Champion (coll. «La vie des Huguenots», 14), 2001. 352 pp. ISBN: 2-7453-0385-6.

Berkeley

Daniel, S.H. "Berkeley's Christian Neoplatonism, archetypes, and divine ideas." Journal of the History of Philosophy, 39, 2 (April 2001): 239-58.

Dicker, G. "Berkeley on the impossibility of abstracting primary from secondary qualities: Lockean rejoinders." Southern Journal of Philosophy, 39, 1 (Spring 2001): 23-45.

[see also title by Kelly listed under Economics; by Berman under Ireland - History]

Cudworth

Zarka, Yves Charles. "Being and Action in the Thought of Ralph Cudworth." Tr. Edward B. Rackley. Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal (New School for Social Research), 22, 1 (2001): 41-52 [Hobbes].

Descartes & Cartesianism

Boros, G., "Ethics in the Age of Automata: Ambiguities in Descartes's Concept of an Ethics." History of Philosophy Quarterly, 18, 2 (April 2001): 139-154.

Boyle, D. "Descartes on innate ideas." Modern Schoolman, 78, 1 (November 2000): 35-51.

Christofidou, A. "Descartes' dualism: Correcting some misconceptions." Journal of the History of Philosophy, 39, 2 (April 2001): 215-38.

Fine, G. "Descartes and ancient skepticism: Reheated cabbage?" Philosophical Review, 109, 2 (April 2000): 195-234.

Gallois, A. "The indubitability of the cogito." Pacific Philosophical Quarterly, 81, 4 (December 2000): 363-84.

Kaufman, D. "Descartes on the objective reality of materially false ideas." Pacific Philosophical Quarterly, 81, 4 (December 2000): 385-408.

Kendrick, N. "Why Cartesian ideas of sense are innate." Southern Journal of Philosophy, 38, 3 (Fall 2000): 413-28.

Klein, J.R. "Descartes's critique of the atheist geometer." Southern Journal of Philosophy, 38, 3 (Fall 2000): 429-45.

Lorena Garcia, C. "The falsity of non-judgmental cognitions in Descartes and Suarez." Modern Schoolman, 77, 3 (March 2000): 199-216.

Rethy, R. "The teaching of nature and the nature of man in Descartes' Passions de l'Ame." Review of Metaphysics, 53, 3 (March 2000): 657-83.

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.

Sorell, T. "Cartesian method and the self." Philosophical Investigations, 24, 1 (January 2001): 55-74.

[see also title by Bitbol-Hespériès listed under History of Science]

Diderot

[See title by Rey listed under History of Medicine; by Ibrahim under History of Science]

Fenelon

[see title by Ward listed under U.S. - Colonial & Federal history]

Fichte

Sweet, P.R. "Sir Isaiah Berlin, Fichte, and German Romanticism." Germanic Studies Review, 23, 2 (May 2000): 245-56.

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

Hobbes

Brandon, Eric. "Hobbes and the Imitation of God." Inquiry, 44, 2 (June 2001): 223-26.

Darwall, S. "Normativity and projection in Hobbes' Leviathan." Philosophical Review, 109, 3 (July 2000): 313-47.

Ewin, R.E. "Hobbes on laughter." Philosophical Quarterly, 51, 202 (January 2001): 29-40.

Feldman, K.S. "Conscience and the concealments of metaphor in Hobbes's Leviathan." Philosophy and Rhetoric, 34, 1 (2001): 21-37.

Kramer, Matthew H. "On the Unavoidability of Actions: Quentin Skinner, Thomas Hobbes, and the Modern Doctrine of Negative Liberty." Inquiry, 44, 3 (September 2001): 315-30.

Hume

Callender, C. "Humean supervenience and rotating homogeneous matter." Mind, 110, 437 (January 2001): 25-44.

Darwall, S., "Normativity and Projection in Hobbes's Leviathan." The Philosophical Review, 109, 3 (July 2000): 313-348.

Hinton, B.K. "Is Hume's inductive skepticism based upon rationalistic assumptions?" Modern Schoolman, 77, 4 (May 2000): 309-32.

Homiak, M.L. "Hume's ethics: Ancient or modern?" Pacific Philosophical Quarterly, 81, 3 (September 2000): 215-36.

Kail, P. J. E. "Projection and Necessity in Hume." European Journal of Philosophy, 9, 1 (April 2001). Abstract available online:

Loeb, L.E. "Hume's explanations of meaningless beliefs." Philosophical Quarterly, 51, 203 (April 2001): 145-64.

Menneteau, Patrick. "Aspects de l'irrationnel dans la philosophie de David Hume." Études écossaises, 7 (2001): 111-124.

Okasha, S., "What did Hume Really Show about Induction?" Philosophical Quarterly, 51, 204 (July 2001): 307-327.

Oppy, G. "Humean supervenience?" Philosophical Studies, 101, 1, (October 2000): 77-105.

Rosenberg, J.F. "Identity and substance in Hume and Kant." Topoi - International Review of Philosophy, 19, 2 (September 2000): 137-45.

Tiberius, V. "Humean heroism: Value commitments and the source of normativity." Pacific Philosophical Quarterly, 81, 4 (December 2000): 426-46.

[see also title by Miller listed under England - Literature - Johnson; by Blum under History of Science]

Hutcheson

McKee, Francis. "Francis Hutcheson and Bernard Mandeville." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 3 (1988): 133-48.

Raynor, David R. "Hutcheson's Defence against the Charge of Plagiarism." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 2 (1987): 177-81.

Kant

Babic, J. "The obligation not to lie: Uber ein vermeintes Recht aus Menschenliebe zu lugen." Kant-Studien, 91, 4 (2000): 432-46.

Baumgarten, H.U. "Evil according to Schelling." Kant-Studien, 91, 4 (2000): 447-459 [derivation from Kant's moral philosophy].

Bremer, M.E. "A note of the argumentation structure in Kant's Widerlegung des Idealismus." Kant-Studien, 91, 4 (2001): 13-18.

Budick, Sanford. "Kant's Miltonic Test of Talent: The Presence of 'When I Consider' in the Groundwork of the Metaphysics of Morals." Modern Language Quarterly, 61 (2000): 481-518.

Caimi, M. "Some reflections on metaphysical deduction in Kant's Kritik der reinen Vernunft." Kant-Studien, 91, 3 (2000): 257-82.

Charles, S. "Critical utilization of monetary examples in philosophy: Kant versus Buffier." Kant-Studien, 91, 3 (2000): 356-65.

Edwards, J. "Egoism and formalism in the development of Kant's moral philosophy." Kant-Studien, 91, 4 (2000): 411-32.

Edwards, J. "Self-love, anthropology, and universal benevolence in Kant's Metaphysics of Morals." Review of Metaphysics, 53, 4 (June 2000): 887-914.

Grondin, J. "Phenomenology of the moral law: The contemplative motive of elevation in Kant's practical metaphysics." Kant-Studien, 91, 4 (2000): 385-94.

Groves, C.R. "Deleuze's Kant: Enlightenment and education." Philosophy Today, 45, 1 (Spring 2001): 77-94

Haney, F. "Pavel Florenskii and Kant: An important chapter in the Russian reception of Kantian works." Kant-Studien, 91, 4 (2001): 81-103.

Hansford Bowles, B. "Sensibility and transcendence in Kant and the problem of metaphysics." Philosophy Today, 44, 4 (Winter 2000): 347-65.

Herrera, L. "Kant on the moral Triebfeder." Kant-Studien, 91, 4 (2000): 395-410.

Hopkins, Robert. "Kant, Quasi-Realism, and the Autonomy of Aesthetic Judgement." European Journal of Philosophy, 9, 2 (August 2001).

Hurley, P. "Sellars's ethics: Variations on Kantian themes." Philosophical Studies, 101, 2-3 (December 2000): 291-324.

Kahn, J. "A correction to the text of a definition of the beautiful in Kant's Kritik der Urteilskraft. Kant-Studien, 91, 4 (2001): 79-80.

Kaufman, Robert. "Everybody Hates Kant: Blakean Formalism and the Symmetries of Laura Moriarty. " Modern Language Quarterly, 61 (2000): 131-155.

Larrimore, M. "Substitutes for wisdom: Kant's practical thought and the tradition of the temperaments." Journal of the History of Philosophy, 39, 2 (April 2001): 259-88.

Macbeth, D. "Empirical knowledge: Kantian themes and Sellarsian variations." Philosophical Studies, 101, 2-3 (December 2000): 113-42.

Marina, J, "Making sense of Kant's highest good." Kant-Studien, 91, 3 (2000): 329-55.

Norris, C. "McDowell on Kant: Redrawing the bounds of sense." Metaphilosophy, 31, 4 (July 2000): 382-411.

Philipse, H. "Should we be Kantians? A defence of empiricism, part 2." Ratio, 14, 1 (March 2001): 33-55.

Pippin, R. B., "A Mandatory Reading of Kant's Ethics?" The Philosophical Quarterly, 51, 204 (July 2001): 386-393.

Reill, Peter Hanns. "Vitalizing Nature and Naturalizing the Humanities in the Late Eighteenth Century." Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture, 28 (1999): 361-81.

Rescher, N. "Kant, pragmatism, and the metaphysics of virtual reality." Kant-Studien, 91, 3 (2000): 283-328.

Ruffing, M. "Kant bibliography 1998." Kant-Studien, 91, 4 (2000): 460-94.

Rush, F.L. "The harmony of the faculties." Kant-Studien, 91, 4 (2001): 38-61 [aesthetics and cognition].

Rush, F.L. "Reason and regulation in Kant." Review of Metaphysics, 53, 4 (June 2000): 837-62.

Shapiro, L.S. "The transition from sensibility to reason in regressu: Indeterminism in Kant's Reflexionen." Kant-Studien, 91, 4 (2001): 3-12.

Smit, H. "Kant on Marks and the immediacy of intuition." Philosophical Review, 109, 2 (April 2000): 235-66.

Thompson, K. "Kant's transcendental deduction of political authority." Kant-Studien, 91, 4 (2001): 62-78.

Varnier, G. "Unity of the mental and 'logical' identity": After Kant and Hegel." Topoi - International Review of Philosophy, 19, 2 (September 2000): 157-78.

Vatter, Miguel. "Phenomenology in Kant's Idealism: Pierre Kerszberg's Critique and Totality" [review essay]. Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal (New School for Social Research), 22, 1 (2001): 303-32.

Weidemann, H. "Kant's criticism of eudaemonism and the Platonic ethics." Kant-Studien, 91, 4 (2001): 19-37.

Wilson, H. L., "Kant's Experiential Enlightenment and Court Philosophy in the 18th Century." History of Philosophy Quarterly, 18, 2 (April 2001): 179-206.

[see also title by Tanona listed under the History of Science; by Rosenberg under Philosophy - Hume; by Michalson under Political Thought - Kant]

La Mettrie

Thomson, Ann. "La Mettrie, Machines, and the Denial of Liberty." Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal (New School for Social Research), 22, 1 (2001): 71-86.

Leibniz

Rovira, R. "Monads facing the labyrinth of the continuum." Modern Schoolman, 77, 4 (May 2000): 273-91.

Locke

Lennon, T. M. "Locke and the Logic of Ideas." History of Philosophy Quarterly, 18, 2 (April 2001): 155-178.

Newman, L. "Locke on the idea of substratum." Pacific Philosophical Quarterly, 81, 3 (September 2000): 291-324.

Noonan, H.W. "Animalism versus Lockeanism: Reply to Mackie." Philosophical Quarterly, 51, 202 (January 2001): 83-90 .

Malebranche

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

Rousseau

* Brooks, Phyllis & Basil Guy. That Infernal Affair. Translated by J. Robert Loy. New York: Peter Lang (coll. «Eighteenth Century French Intellectual History», 8), 1999. 292 pp. Sur la querelle Rousseau-Diderot.

Gourevitch, V. "Rousseau on Providence." Review of Metaphysics, 53, 3 (March 2000): 565-611.

[see also title by Darnton listed under Bibliography]

Scottish Enlightenment

Chézaud, Patrick. "La sensation contre le sensualisme chez Reid et Monboddo. Débats épistémologiques dans l'Écosse du XVIIIe siècle." Études écossaises, 6 (2000): 115-127.

Chézaud, Patrick. "Lumières irrationnelles d'Écosse et la fin du baroque." Études écossaises, 7 (2001): 97-110.

Graham, G., "Morality and Feeling in the Scottish Enlightenment." Philosophy, 76, 296 (April 2001): 271-282.

Hill, Lisa. "The Puzzle of Adam Ferguson's Political Conservatism." Eighteenth Century Scotland, 15 (Spring 2001): 12-17.

Reid, Thomas. "Of Power." Philosophical Quarterly, 51, 202 (January 2001): 3-12; with an introduction by J. Haldane, "An essay by Thomas Reid on the conception of power." 1-2.

* Suderman, Jeffrey M. Orthodoxy and Enlightenment: George Campbell in the Eighteenth Century. McGill-Queen's University Press, 2001. 312pp. ISBN 0-7735-2190-9

* Wood, Paul, ed. The Scottish Enlightenment: Essays in Reinterpretation. University of Rochester Press, 2000. 399pp.

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.

Smith

Rosen, F. "The Idea of Utility in Adam Smith's Theory of the Moral Sentiments." History of European Ideas, 26, 2 (2000): 79-103.

Valihora, K., "The Judgement of Judgement: Adam Smith's Theory of Moral Sentiments." The British Journal of Aesthetics, 41, 2 (April 2001): 138-161.

Spinoza

Korichi, Meriam. "Defining Spinoza's Possible Materialism." Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal (New School for Social Research), 22, 1 (2001): 53-70.

Ravven, H.M. "Some thoughts on what Spinoza learned from Maimonides about the prophetic imagination, part 1. Maimonides on prophecy and the imagination." Journal of the History of Philosophy, 39, 2 (April 2001): 193-214.

Suarez

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

Kronen, J.D., S. Menssen, & T.D. Sullivan. "The problem of the continuant: Aquinas and Suarez on prime matter and substantial generation." Review of Metaphysics, 53, 4 (June 2000): 663-835.

Williams, D. "The immutability of natural law according to Francisco Suarez." Thomist, 62, 1(January 1998): 97-115.

[see also title by Lorena Garcia listed under Descartes]

Vico

* Vico, Giambattista. la Science nouvelle. Paris: Fayard, 2001. 560 pp. Traduit de l'italien et présenté par Alain Pons.

POLITICAL THOUGHT

* Krause-Tastet, Peter, Analyse der Stilentwicklung in politischen Diskursen während der Französischen Revolution (1789-1794), Francfort, Berlin, Berne, Bruxelles, New York et Vienne: Peter Lang (coll. «Europäische Hochschulschriften: Reihe 13, Französische Sprache und Literatur», 249), 1999. 346 pp. ISBN: 3-631-34805-3.

Niklas, U. "Utopia and Modern Times: Thomas More, Hannah Arendt, and Suppression of the Political." History of Philosophy Quarterly, 18, 2 (April 2001): 207-226.

* Rubin, David Lee, in collaboration with Alice Stroup,eds. Utopia 2: The 18th Century, Rookwood Press (coll. «E.M.F. Studies in Early Modern France», 5), 2000. 142 pp.

Scurr, Ruth. "Social Equality in Pierre-Louis Rœderer's Interpretation of the Modern Republic." History of European Ideas, 26, 2 (2000): 105-126.

[see also title by Boyce et al. listed under Ireland - History]

Burke

McLoughlin, T.O. "The Context of Edmund Burke's The Reformer." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 2 (1987): 37-56.

Radcliffe, Evan. "Burke, Radical Cosmopolitanism, and the Debates on Patriotism in the 1790s." Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture, 28 (1999): 311-39.

[see also title by McLoughlin listed under England - History; by Blakemore under France - History; by Murphy and by O'Flaherty listed under Ireland - History]

Kant

Michalson, G.E. "God and Immanuel Kant's ethical commonwealth." Thomist, 65, 1(January 2001): 67-92.

Mandeville

[see title by McKee listed under Philosophy - Hutcheson]

Wollstonecraft

Lowe, N.F. "Mary Wollstonecraft and the Kingsborough Scandal." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 9 (1994): 44-56.

[see also title by Lowe listed under Ireland - History; by Wilson listed under Theory & Criticism]

PORTUGAL

* Klobucka, Anna. The Portuguese Nun: Formation of a National Myth. Bucknell University Press, 2001. ISBN 0-8387-5465-1

RUSSIA

Guy, Basil. «Parallel Voyages: Ligne and Custine in Russia, 1787-1839», dans John Renwick (édit.), l'Invitation au voyage. Studies in honour of Peter France (Oxford: Voltaire Foundation, 2000), pp. 251-262.

SCOTLAND - HISTORY

Deschamps, Yannick. "Le débat sur l'Union anglo-écossaise : La dernière phase (1706-1707)." Études écossaises, 7 (2001): 195-207.

Feibel, J. "Highland histories: Jacobitism and second sight." Clio, 30, 1 (Fall 2000): 51-77.

Prunier, Clotilde. "Les traditions des Highlanders: des superstitions qui ont réussi?" Études écossaises, 7 (2001): 125-139.

* Skoczylas, Anne. Mr. Simson's Knotty Case: Divinity, Politics and Due Process in Early Eighteenth-Century Scotland. McGill-Queen's University Press, 2001. 416 pp. ISBN 0-7735-1029-X

* Whatley, Christopher A. Scottish Society, 1707-1830: Beyond Jacobitism, Towards Industrialization. Manchester University Press, 2001. 368 pp. ISBN 0-7190-4541-X (paper)

SCOTLAND - LITERATURE

Gifford, Thomas. "Du surnaturel à l'idéologie : Le jacobi[t]isme du Révérend Robert Kirk dans The Secret Commonwealth of Elves, Faunes and Fairies." Études écossaises, 7 (2001): 141-149.

Boswell

Ingram, Allan. "The Vision at Slains: Boswell's Supernatural Encounters." Études écossaises, 7 (2001): 7-20.

MacPherson

Laplace, Philippe. "L'institution du corpus imaginaire gaélique dans la littérature écossaise. MacPherson et Scott, entre idéologie et synecdoque culturelle." Études écossaises, 6 (2000): 129-145.

Mac Craith, Mícheál. "Fingal: eípic thosaigh James McPherson." Eighteenth-Century Ireland - Iris an dá chultúr, 12 (1997): 77-86/

Smollet

* Irvine, Robert P. Enlightenment and Romance: Gender and Agency in Smollett and Scott. Oxford &c.: Peter Lang, 2000. 225 pp. ISBN 3-906758-94-X; US-ISBN: 0-8204-5091-X (paper)

* Smollett, Tobias. The Life and Adventures of Sir Launcelot Greaves. Edited by Barbara Laning Fitzpatrick (text) and Robert Folkenflick (introduction and notes). University of Georgia Press, forthcoming Feb. 2002. 344 pp., ill.

* Smollett, Tobias. les Aventures de Sir Launcelot Greaves. Paris: Joèlle Losfeld, 1996. 308 pp. Traduction et préface de Serge Soupel.

Thomson

Carboni, Pierre. "The Castle of Indolence de James Thomson: L'étrange songe de la raison." Études écossaises, 7 (2001): 29-40.

SOUTH AMERICA - HISTORY

Burke, Peter. "Assumptions and Observations: Eighteenth-Century French Travellers in South America," dans John Renwick (édit.), l'Invitation au voyage. Studies in honour of Peter France (Oxford: Voltaire Foundation, 2000), pp. 1-8.

* Viajeros francese: siglos XVI-XIX. Lima: Biblioteca Nacional del Peru, 1999. 432 pp., ill.

SPAIN - HISTORY

[see title by Bittoun listed under France - Literature - Marivaux]

SPAIN - LANGUAGE & LITERATURE

Bittoun, Nathalie. «Petite pièce y sainete», dans El Teatro español del Siglo XVIII (Lleida, 1996).

* Étienvre, Françoise (édit.). Rhétorique et patrie dans l'Espagne des Lumières. L'œuvre linguistique d'Antonio de Capmany (1742-1813). Paris: Éditions Honoré Champion (coll. «Les dix-huitièmes siècles», 50), 2001. 512 pp. ISBN: 2-7453-0330-9.

Bittoun, Nathalie. «Petite pièce y sainete», dans El Teatro español del Siglo XVIII (Lleida, 1996).

SWEDEN - LITERATURE

Bjorkman, Margaret. «Om Översättning av romaner under 1700-talets senare häeft. En förstudie», dans Fiktionens förvandlingar, (Uppsala [coll. «Skrifter utgivna av Avd. för litteratursociologie vid Litteraturvetenskapliga institutionen i Uppsala», 33], 1996), pp. 31-71.

[see also titles by Bjorkman listed under Bibliography, and by Bjorkman under France - Literature]

SWITZERLAND - LA SUISSE

* Böhler, Michael, Étienne Hoffmann, Peter Hanns Reill et Simone Zurbuchen (édit.). Republikanische Tugend. Ausbildung eines Schweizer Nationalbewusstseins und Erziehung eines neuen Bürgers. Contribution à une nouvelle approche des Lumières helvétiques. Genève: Éditions Slatkine (coll. «Travaux sur la Suisse des Lumières», 2), 2000. 624 pp. ISBN: 2-05-101828-6.

Schnegg, Brigitte. «Looking back to the Future: Designs for an Ideal Society in the Swiss Enlightenment», dans Joy Charnley et Malcolm Pender (édit.), Visions of Utopia in Switzerland (Oxford, Berne, Berlin, Bruxelles, Francfort, New York et Vienne: Peter Lang [coll. «Occasional Papers in Swiss Studies», 3], 2000). ISBN: 3-906766-64-0; 0-8204-5336-6.

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

THEORY & CRITICISM

Andersen, Wayne. "Mieke Bal's Preposterous Art History." European Legacy, 6, 3 (June 2001): 353-62

Adu-Poku, Samuel. "Envisioning (Black) Male Feminism: a cross-cultural perspective." Journal of Gender Studies, 10, 2 (July 2001): 157-67.

Baridon, Michel. «La Querelle des anciens et des modernes et son rapport au paysage». Compar(a)ison, 1 (1999).

Bohlmann, Carolin. «La métamorphose de l'ornement et de l'odalisque. L'appropriation du sujet et de la forme dans l'orientalisme au XVIIIe siècle», dans Conceptualising Woman in Enlightenment Thought - Conceptualiser la femme dans la pensée des Lumières (Berlin: Berlin Verlag/Arno Spitz, 2000), pp. 169-88, ill.

"Books of critical interest." Critical Inquiry, 27, 2 (Winter 2001): 385-92.

Chakrabarty, Dipesh. "Clothing the political man: a reading of the use of khadi/white in Indian public life." Postcolonial Studies: Culture, Politics, Economy, 4, 1 (April 2001): 27-38.

Cooke, Maeve. "Meaning and Truth in Habermas's Pragmatics." European Journal of Philosophy, 9, 1 (April 2001).

* Deena, Seodial F.H. Canonization, Colonization, Decolonization: A Comparative Study of Political and Critical Works by Minority Writers. New York, &c.: Peter Lang, 2001. xii, 228 pp. ISBN 0-8204-4023-X (paper)

* Dubel, Sandrine et Sophie Rabau (édit.). Fiction d'auteur? Le discours biographique sur l'auteur de l'Antiquité à nos jours. Paris: Éditions Honoré Champion (coll. «Colloques, congrès et conférences. Série Littérature comparée», 4), 2001. 224 pp. ISBN: 2-7453-0366-X.

Dutton, Michael; Michele Grossman; Sanjay Seth; & Leela Gandhi. "Negotiating Difference." Postcolonial Studies: Culture, Politics, Economy, 4, 1 (April 2001): 7-9.

Finke, Ståle. "Concepts and Intuitions: Adorno After the Linguistic Turn." Inquiry, 44, 2 (June 2001): 171-200.

Garvey, T.G. "The value of opacity: A Bakhtinian analysis of Habermas's discourse ethics." Philosophy and Rhetoric, 33, 4: 370-90.

Harrison, R.P. "Hic Jacet." Critical Inquiry, 27, 3 (Spring 2001): 393-407 [Idea of place, burial].

Hunter, J. Paul "Formalism and History: Binarism and the Anglophone Couplet." Modern Language Quarterly, 61 (2000): 109-129.

Kerr, Heather. "The 'Real Lesson of an Education in Visual Culture.'" Postcolonial Studies: Culture, Politics, Economy, 4, 1 (April 2001): 91-104.

Koh, Alvin. "Said's paradoxical identities." Postcolonial Studies: Culture, Politics, Economy, 4, 1 (April 2001): 105-108.

Langton, Marcia. "Dominion and dishonour: a treaty between our nations?" Postcolonial Studies: Culture, Politics, Economy, 4, 1 (April 2001): 13-26

Poovey, Mary. "The model system of contemporary literary criticism." Critical Inquiry, 27, 3 (Spring 2001): 408-38.

Potts, Annie. "The Man with Two Brains: hegemonic masculine subjectivity and the discursive construction of the unreasonable penis-self." Journal of Gender Studies, 10, 2 (July 2001): 145-56.

Prasenjit, Duram. "Leftist criticism and the political impasse: response to Arif Dirlik's 'How the grinch hijacked radicalism: further thoughts on the postcolonial.'" Postcolonial Studies: Culture, Politics, Economy, 4, 1 (April 2001): 81-88.

Reeves, M. "Telling the tale of The Rise of the Novel." Clio, 30, 1 (Fall 2000): 25-49.

* Rosenberg, Roberta, ed. Women's Studies: An Interdisciplinary Anthology. New York: Peter Lang, 2001. 288 pp. ISBN 0-8204-4443-X (paper)

* Rubin, David Lee, in collaboration witth Julia V. Douthwaite (édit.), Cultural Studies. I. A State of the Question, Rookwood Press, coll. «Studies in Early Modern France», 6, 2001, 105 pp. ISBN: 1-886365-17-2.

Seth, Sanjay. "Liberalism and the politics of (multi)culture: or, plurality is not difference." Postcolonial Studies: Culture, Politics, Economy, 4, 1 (April 2001): 65-77

Tabaki, Anna. «Conceptions et théories sur la traduction au XVIIIe siècle: une communication préliminaire». Ho Heranistès, 21 (1997): 176-186. Texte en grec.

Tabaki, Anna. «Identité et diversité culturelle: le mouvement des traductions dans le Sud-Est de l'Europe (XVIIIe-début XIXe siècle». Synkrisi/Comparaison, 9 (1998): 71-91.

Weinbrot, Howard D. "Twentieth-Century Scholarship and the Eighteenth-Century Canon." Modern Language Quarterly, 61 (2000): 395-414.

* Wilson, Anna. Persuasive Fictions: Feminist Narrative and Critical Myth. Bucknell University Press, 2001. ISBN 0-8387-5482-1 [Contains chapter on Mary Wollstonecraft]

§ Critical Inquiry, 27, 2 (Winter 2000) is a special issue entitled "Derrida and Translation" - selected titles include: L. Venuti, Introduction (169-73); J. Derrida, "What is a 'relevant' translation?" (174-200); W.B. Michaels, "The shape of the signifier" (266-83); J.W. Scott, "Fantasy echo: History and the construction of identity" (284-304); K.A. Appiah, "Liberalism, individuality, and identity" (305-32); D. Hebdige, "Even unto death: Improvisation, edging, and enframement" (333-53).

§ Cultural Studies, 15, 2 (April 2001) is a special issue on "Performing Love." Titles include: Erik Doxtader, "Loving History's Fate, Perverting the Beautiful Soul: Scenes of Felicity's Potential" (206-21); Craig Gingrich-Philbrook, "Love's Excluded Subjects: Staging Irigaray's Heteronormative Essentialism" (222-28); Judith Hamera, "I Dance to You: Reflections on Irigaray's I Love to You in Pilates and Virtuosity" (229-40); Peggy Phelan & Adrian Heathfield, "Blood Math" (241-57); Jonathan Sterne, "A Machine to Hear for Them: On the Very Possibility of Sound's Reproduction" (259-94); John O'Kane, "Class, Liberal Pluralism and Counterhegemony" (295-25); Jeremy Howell & Alan Ingham, "From Social Problem to Personal Issue: The Language of Lifestyle" (326-51); Fletcher Linder, "Speaking Of Bodies, Pleasures, And Paradise Lost: Erotic Agency And Situationist Ethnography" (352-74).

§ Ratio, 13, 4 (December 2000) is a special issue entitled "Arguing with Derrida." Titles include S. Glendenning, Preface (299-306), and "Inheriting 'philosophy': The case of Austin and Derrida revisited" (307-31); G. Bennington, "For the sake of argument (up to a point)" (332-354); A.W. Moore, "Arguing with Derrida" (355-86); T. Baldwin, "Death and meaning: Some questions for Derrida" (387-407); S. Mulhall, "Wittgenstein and deconstruction" (407-18); D. Shepard, "The reading affair: On why philosophy is not 'philosophical' through and through" 419-33.

U.S. - COLONIAL & FEDERAL HISTORY

Boorse, Henry A. "Bush Hill: An Historic Philadelphia House." Imprint, 9, 2 (Autumn 1984), 12-18 [built in 1740 by Peter Zenger's defending lawyer Andrew Hamilton, 18th century engravings of the house are described, along with the house's importance in history (the home of VP John Adams in 1790), and its destruction in 1875].

Boorse, Henry A. "The Third Street House in Philadelphia by William Birch: The Inside Story." Imprint, 14, 2 (Autumn 1989), 11-17 [history of the house & owner, William Bingham, giving important background for appreciating Birch's publication The City of Philadelphia].

* Bowling, Kenneth R. and Donald R. Kennon, eds. The House and Senate in the 1790s: Petitioning, Lobbying, and Institutional Development. Ohio University Press, February 2002. 328 pp. ISBN 0-8214-1419-4

* Butler, Jon. Becoming America: The Revolution Before 1776. Harvard University Press, 2001. 336pp. ISBN 0-674-00667-4 (new in paper).

* Dorwart, Jeffrey M. Camden County, New Jersey: The Making of a Metropolitan Community, 1626-2000. Rutgers University Press, August 2001. 240pp. ISBN 0-8135-2957-3 (cloth); 0-8135-2958-1 (paper)

* Fischer, David Hackett, & James C Kelly. Bound Away: Virginia and the Westward Movement. Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 2000. 366 pp., ill., maps. ISBN 0-813-91774-3 - and see H-Net online review by Jay Gitlin,"Old Frontiers,", published by H-SHEAR (June 2001), available: http://www2.h-net.msu.edu/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=19949997202730

* Freeman, Joanne B. Affairs of Honor: National Politics in the New Republic. Yale University Press, September 2001. ISBN 0-300-08877-9. 384pp.

* Gordon, Robert B. American Iron, 1607-1900. Johns Hopkins University Press, 2001. 360 pp. ISBN 0-8018-6816-5 (1996; new in paper)

Hobson, Charles F. "John Marshall: Chief Justice." Virginia Cavalcade, 50, 1 (Winter 2001): 4-15.

Lorenz, Stacy L. " 'To Do Justice to His Majesty, The Merchant And The Planter': Governor William Gooch and the Virginia Tobacco Inspection Act of 1730." Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, 108, 4 (2000): 345-92.

* Lockley, Timothy James. Lines in the Sand: Race and Class in Lowcountry Georgia, 1750-1860. Athens: University of Georgia Press, 2001. 280pp. ISBN 0820322288

* McCullough, David. John Adams. New York: Simon & Schuster, 2001. 736 pp.

Messer, Peter C. "Writing Women into History: Defining Gender and Citizenship in Post-Revolutionary America." Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture, 28 (1999): 341-60.

Moss, Michael E. "Early Prints of the Military Academy in the West Point Museum." Imprint, 5, 1 (Spring 1980), 20-23 [selection from 3000 separately published and periodical press prints].

O'Brien, Greg. "The Conqueror Meets the Unconquered: Negotiating Cultural Boundaries on the Post-Revolutionary Southern Frontier." Journal of Southern History, 67, 1 (February 2001): 39-72.

* Walsh, John Evangelist. The Execution of Major Andre. Palgrave, October 2001. 256 pp. ISBN 0-312-23889-4

Ward, Patricia. "Fenelon among the New England Abolitionists." Christianity and Literature, 50, 1 (Autumn 2000): 79-93.

Weiss, G. "German studies: A topic for presidents." Germanic Studies Review, 23, 1 (February 2000): 1-12 [Thomas Jefferson, John Quincy Adams, Aaron Burr reading German].

* Wilson, Barry K. Benedict Arnold: A Traitor in Our Midst. McGill-Queen's University Press, 2001. 296 pp. ISBN 0-7735-2150-X

[see also titles by by Winterer listed under Classics; Bachmann under History of Law; by Helfand under History of Medicine; by Bric under Ireland - History]

Franklin

*Cohn, Ellen R., ed. The Papers of Benjamin Franklin. Vol. 36: November 1, 1781 through March 15, 1782. Yale University Press, January 2002. 848 pp. ISBN 0-300-08870-1.

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

Schwartz, Stephan A. "Dr. Franklin's Plan." Smithsonian, 33, 3 (June 2001): 112-23 [Franklin's plan for American union; illustrations including full-page colour print of Charles Wilson Peale's 1789 portrait].

Jefferson

Franco, Barbara. "Museum of Our American Heritage Exhibition, George Washington: American Superhero." Imprint, 7, 1 (Spring 1982), 33-36 [review of a major exhibition, mentioning a number of prints and their importance in documenting Washington's image as superhero].

Wick, Wendy C. "American Icon: The Eighteenth Century Image of George Washington." Imprint, 7, 2 (Autumn 1982): 1-9 [traveling exhibition including prints from 1775-1800, discusses artists' two challenges of creating a likeness and a symbolic context for it].

U.S. - COLONIAL & FEDERAL LITERATURE

Kasraie, Mary Rose. "Left to 'Affectionate Partiality': An Authoritative Edition of Selected Letters by Judith Sargent Murray." Ph.D. dissertation, Georgia State University, June 2001. Dir. Prof. Reiner Smolinski. [Sargent Murray (1751-1820), essayist, poet, dramatist, and prolific correspondent, considered America's first feminist, originated the concept of the "Republican Mother." She is best known for The Gleaner (Boston, 1798), and for being the first American dramatist (and the first American woman) to have a play produced on the Boston stage].

Brown, Charles Brockden

Cody, Michael Amos. "Charles Brockden Brown and the Literary Magazine." Ph.D. dissertation, University of South Carolina, 2000. Dir. Ezra Greenspan.

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