No. 91

February-March 2003

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

  Costica Bradatan

  Paul Bunten

  Catherine Labio

  Jim May

  Benoît Melançon

  Maureen Mulvihill

  Neil Guthrie

  A.J. Wright

As always, acknowledgments are due to the Man in the Funny Hat, Mr. Geoffrey Fuzzyblazer, the Operator of the Moderately Elegant Machines, the Secret Admirer, and good ol' Professor Cadenza.

Also deserving of grateful notice: William "Bathysphere Beebe, Squire B---, B.B. King, King Curtis, Curtis Mayfield, Mae West, la Fanciulla del West, Eugene Field, Henry Fielding, Jimmy Durante, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Paul Robeson, Augustus John, John Henry, Henry David Thoreau, Mose Allison, Yank Rachell, Dexter Gordon, Pierre Richard, Little Richard, Little Anthony, Little Eva, Little Walter, Walter Benjamin, Benjamin Franklin, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Roosevelt Sykes, Spike Jones, Spike Jonze, Spike Lee, Spike Milligan, William Blake, Doc Watson, Walt Kelly, Mildred "Kelly" Browne Epstein, Sam Berland the Magician, Anna Russell, Russell Procope, C.F. Martin, Martin Short, Brendan Behan, Kurt Weill, Elisabeth Vigée-Lebrun, Philippe Noiret, Philip K. Dick, Philip Pullman, Philippa Pearce, Yo Yo Ma, Ma Rainey, the Rainy Day Woman, Dick Francis, Francis Hutcheson, Hergé, Fredéric Chopin, Jelly Roll Morton, Charles Addams, Chico Hamilton, P. Ovidius Naso, Thomas Gainsborough, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Richard Thompson, Anna Akhmatova, Thomas Jefferson, Django Reinhardt, Jethro Burns, Robert Burns, Jorge Amado, Thelonious Sphere Monk, Rick Danko, Chico Buarque, Gilberto Gil, Gil Evans, Kermit the Frog, Ignatz the Mouse, Little Nemo, and the Royal Liliputian String Quartet.

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ACADEMIA, THE FIELD
THE PROFESSION,
SCHOLARLY PUBLISHING, &c.

Dodd, D., & G. Postolec. "Report on the survey on women in public history." Canadian Historical Review, 81, 3 (September 2000): 452-66.

* Graff, Gerald. Clueless in Academe: How Schooling Obscures the Life of the Mind. Yale University Press, 2003. 304 pp., ill. ISBN 0-300-09558-9

Heap, R. "The status of women in the historical profession in Canada: Results of 1998 survey." Canadian Historical Review, 81, 3 (September 2000): 436-51.

* Lucas, Christopher J., & John W. Murry Jr. New Faculty: A Practical Guide for Academic Beginnings. Palgrave, 2002. 304 pp. ISBN 0-312-29506-5 (cloth); 0-312-29537-5 (paper)

Shattock, Michael. "The transformation of the civic universities." History of Education, 31, 6 (November 2002): 623-34.

Waiser, B. "Papas, don't let your daughters grow up to historians." Canadian Historical Review, 81, 2 (June 2000): 293-94.

Wright, D. "Gender and the professionalization of history in English Canada before 1960." Canadian Historical Review, 81, 1 (March 2000): 29-66.

AFRICA &THE AFRICAN DIASPORA

Behrendt, S.D., D. Eltis, & D. Richardson. "The costs of coercion: African agency in the pre-modern Atlantic world." Economic History Review, 54, 3 (August 2001): 454 ff.

* Edgerton, Robert B. Africa's Armies: From Honor to Infamy; A History from 1791 to the Present. Westview: Perseus, 2002. 352 pp. ISBN 0-8133-3947-2

McCann, J. "Maize and grace: History, corn, and Africa's new landscapes, 1500-1999." Comparative Studies in Social History, 43, 2 (April 2001): 246-72.

Viljoen, R. "Aboriginal Khoikhoi servants and their masters in colonial Swellendam, South Africa, 1745-1795." Agricultural History, 75, 1 (Winter 2001): 28-51.

Slavery

* Carrington, Selwyn H.H. The Sugar Industry and the Abolition of the Slave Trade, 1775-1810. University Press of Florida, 2002.

Childs, Matt D. "The Aponte Rebellion of 1812 and the Transformation of Cuban Society: Race, Slavery, and Freedom in the Atlantic World." Ph.D. dissertation, University of Texas at Austin, April, 2001. Dir. Aline Helg. For abstract see http://www.fas.harvard.edu/~atlantic/dissabs.html#childs

Christopher, Emma. "The Sons of Neptune and the Sons of Ham: Slave Ship Sailors and their Captive Cargoes." Ph.D. dissertation, University College London, September 2002. Dir. Rick Halpern, Mary Turner, & Marcus Rediker. For abstract see: http://www.fas.harvard.edu/~atlantic/dissabs.html#christopher

Ghachem, Malick. "Sovereignty and Slavery in the Age of Revolution: Haitian Variations on a Metropolitan Theme." Ph.D. dissertation, Stanford University, 2002. Dir. Keith Baker, Jack Rakove, & Peter Sahlins. For abstract see: http://www.fas.harvard.edu/~atlantic/dissabs.html#ghachem

McMillian, John. "'History Makes Its Demands': Identity politics, slavery scholarship and the narrative of Robert Starobin." Rethinking History, 6, 2 (June, 2002): 151-74; with a reply by Gerald Horne, "The Consequences of Black Power: a reply to John McMillian," 175-78.

Tadman, M. "The demographic cost of sugar: Debates on slave societies and natural increase in the Americas." American History Review, 105, 5 (December 2000): 1534-75.

Web Resources

¥ The Atlantic Slave Trade And Slave Life In The Americas: A Visual Record - available: http://hitchcock.itc.virginia.edu/Slavery/

[see also titles by Gautier under England - Literature - Behn; by Baptist & by Crothers listed under U.S. - Colonial & Federal History]

ANTHROPOLOGY

* Chappey, Jean-Luc. la Société des observateurs de l'homme (1799-1804). Des anthropologues au temps de Bonaparte. Société des études robespierristes (coll. «Bibliothèque Histoire Révolution», 5), 2002. 574 pp. ISBN: 2908327457.

* Fudge, Erica, Ruth Gilbert, & Susan Wiseman, eds. At the Borders of the Human: Beasts, Bodies and Natural Philosophy in the Early Modern Period. Palgrave, 2002. 288 pp. ISBN 0-333-97384-4 (paper)

* Zammito, John H. Kant, Herder, and the Birth of Anthropology. University of Chicago Press, 2002. 576 pp., ill. ISBN 0-226-97859-1 (paper)

AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND

Blackburn, K. "Imagining Aboriginal nations: Early nineteenth century Evangelicals on the Australian frontier and the 'nation' concept." Australian Journal of Political History, 48, 2 (June 2002): 174-92.

Borch, M. "Rethinking the origins of terra nullius." Australian Historical Studies, 32, 117 (October 2001): 222-39.

* Brown, Elaine. Cooloola Coast: Noosa to Fraser Island: The Aboriginal and Settler Histories of a Unique Environment. University of Queensland Press, 2000. ISBN: 0702231290

* Davison, Graeme. The Use and Abuse of Australian History. Allen & Unwin, 2000. 326 pp. ISBN 1864487208

* Dixson, Miriam. The Imaginary Australian: Anglo-Celts and Identity 1788 to the Present. University of New South Wales Press, 1999. 216 pp. ISBN 0868406651

Meaney, N. "Britishness and Australian identity: The problem of nationalism in Australian history and historiography." Australian Historical Studies, 32, 116 (April 2001): 76-90.

* Price, John Washington. The Minerva Journal of John Washington Price: A Voyage from Cork, Ireland to Sydney, New South Wales 1798-1800. Ed. Pamela Fulton. Melbourne University Press (Miegunyah Press Series, 2nd Ser., No. 25.), 1999. 290 pp. ISBN: 0522848508 [Cork; rebellion and aftermath; Rio de Janeiro; Port Jackson; Sydney & Parramatta; Dampier Strait; the Moluccas to Calcutta]

[see also title by Balme listed under History of Sexuality]

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

Allen, David. "Provincial Readers and Book Culture in the Scottish Enlightenment: The Perth Library, 1784-c.1800." The Library, 3, 4 (December 2002): 367-89.

Allan, David. "Some Methods and Problems in the History of Reading: Georgian England and the Scottish Enlightenment." Journal of the Historical Society, 3, 1 (Winter 2003).

* Barbier, Frédéric, édit. Les Trois révolutions du livre. Actes du colloque internationale de Lyon/Villeurbanne. Special issue of Revue française d'histoire du livre, 106-109 (2001). 324 pp. [Includes Barbier, "D'une mutation l'autre: Les temps longs de l'histoire du livre" (7-18); Dominique Varry, "Le compagnon et l'atelier artisanal: l'exemple de Lyon" (93-118); Dominique Bougé-Grandon, "Enseigner les livres: Le témoignage de François de Los Rios" (119-32); Sabine Juratic, "Entre tradition et innovation: Les ateliers typographiques parisiens au XVIIIe siècle" (133-54); Pierre Rétat "Les gazettes européennes de langue française: La réception" (155-68); Eva Ring "La Typographie Royale de Buda" (169-208), Carla Hesse "Communication et révolution politique: L'exemple de la France' (209-18); Louis André, "Une révolution de papier: Le papier et la 'seconde révolution du livre'" (219-30); & Alain Nave's "De la stéréotypie" (231-46).

Bidwell, John. :Designs by Mr. J. Baskerville for Six Poems." The Book Collector, 51 (2002): 355-71; ill.

Bloomberg-Rissman, John. "Short-Title Catalogues: The Current State of Play." Rare Books & Manuscripts Librarianship, 13 (1999): 121-28.

Bruyère, Paul. "Cinq siècles d'art culinaire français." Le livre et l'estampe, 157 (2002): 161-68.

Cohen, Matt. "Morton's Maypole and the Indians: Publishing in Early New England." Book History, 5 (2002), 1-18.

* Clery, Emma, Caroline Franklin, & Peter Garside, eds. Authorship, Commerce and the Public: Scenes of Writing 1750-1850. Palgrave, 2003. 264 pp. ISBN 0-333-96455-1

* Desmond, Ray. Great Natural History Books And Their Creators. Oak Knoll Books, 2003. 176 pp., ill. ISBN 1584560908

Grenby, M. O. "Adults Only? Children and Children's Books in British Circulating Libraries, 1748-1848." Book History, 5 (2002): 19-38.

Hakapää, Jyrki. "International Book Distribution in the Early Nineteenth Century: The Origins of Finnish Bookstores." Book History, 5 (2002): 39-104.

* Heesen, Anke te. The World in a Box: The Story of an Eighteenth-Century Picture Encyclopedia. Tr. Ann M. Hentschel. University of Chicago Press, 2002. 237 pp., ill. ISBN 0-226-32287-4

* Hesse, Carla. Publishing and Cultural Politics in Revolutionary Paris, 1789-1810. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1991. Newly available in complete online edition: http://ark.cdlib.org/ark:/13030/ft0z09n7hf/

Knabe, Peter-Eckhard. «The Battle of the Books ou La conquête de nouveaux espaces», dans Peter-Eckhard Knabe, Roland Mortier et François Moureau (édit.), l'Aube de la modernité 1680-1760 (Amsterdam et Philadelphie: John Benjamins [coll. «Comparative History of Literatures in European Languages», 16], 2002). ISBN: 1 58811 100 8; 90 272 3449 3

* Loewenstein, Joseph. The Author's Due: Printing and the Prehistory of Copyright. University of Chicago Press, 2002. 360 pp. ISBN 0-226-49040-8

Lüsebrink, Hans-Jürgen. «L'almanach: structure et évolution d'un type d'imprimé populaire en Europe et dans les Amériques», dans Jacques Michon et Jean-Yves Mollier (édit.), les Mutations du livre et de l'édition dans le monde, du XVIIIe siècle à l'an 2000 (Québec et Paris: Presses de l'Université Laval et l'Harmattan, 2001), pp. 432-441.

Lüsebrink, Hans-Jürgen. «Pragmatismus und utopischer Diskurs. Die akademischen Preisschriften über das öffentliche Erziehungswesen in französischen Provinzakademien des 18. Jahrhunderts». Das Achtzehnte Jahrhundert, 25, 1 (2001): 25-35.

* Lüsebrink, Hans-Jürgen, Jean-Yves Mollier, et York-Gothart Mix (édit.). les Almanachs populaires en Europe et dans les Amériques, XVIIe-XXe siècles. Saint-Quentin: Presses de l'Université de Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, 2002.

Lüsebrink, Hans-Jürgen et York-Gothart Mix. «Kulturtransfer und Autonomisierung. Populäre deutsch-amerikanische und frankokanadische Kalender des 18. und 19. Jahrhunderts. Prämissen und Perspektiven der Forschung». Gutenberg-Jahrbuch (2002): 188-200.

May, James E. "Who Will Edit the ESTC (and have you checked OCLC lately?)" Analytical & Enumerative Bibliography, n.s. 12, 3-4 (2001): 288-304/

* Ó Ciosáin, Niall. Print and Popular Culture in Ireland, 1750-1850. Macmillan, St. Martin's 1997. ix, 249 pp., ill., maps. ISBN: 0333666844 (Macmillan); 0312174551 (St. Martin's).

* Raven, James. London Booksellers and their American Customers: Transatlantic Literary Community and the Charleston Library Society, 1748-1811. University of South Carolina Press, 2001. 522 pp. ISBN 1-57003-406-0 -and see H-NET online review by Matthew Mulcahy, published by H-ATLANTIC, available: http://www.h-net.msu.edu/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=320081045239154

Williams, William Proctor, & William Baker. "Caveat Lector: English Books 1475-1700 and the Electronic Age." Analytical & Enumerative Bibliography, n.s. 12 (2001): 1-29.

§ American History Review, 107, 1 (February 2002) includes a special forum, "How Revolutionary was the Print Revolution?" Titles include A. Grafton, "How revolutionary was the print revolution?" (84-6); E.L. Eisenstein, "An unacknowledged revolution revisited" (87-105); A. Johns, "How to acknowledge a revolution" (106-25); E.L. Eisenstein, "How to acknowledge a revolution: Reply" (126-28).

Bookbinding, Conservation

* Conroy, Tim. Bookbinders' Finishing Tools Makers, 1780-1965. New Castle, DE: Oak Knoll Press, 2002. 300 pp., ill.

Web Resources

¥ CoOL - Conservation Online - Resources for Conservation Professionals - available: http://palimpsest.stanford.edu/

Libraries & Archives

Glynn, Tom, and Craig C. Hagensick. "Books for the Use of the United States in Congress Assembled, 1783 and 1800." Libraries and Culture, 37 (2002): 109-22.

Kelly, James. "Defoe's Library." The Library, 7th ser., 3 (2002): 284-301.

Sandt, M. A. J. van de, & H. J. G. Onderdenwijngaard. "The Library of Dr Alexander van de Sandt (Xanten, 1663-1721)." Lias, 27 (2000): 3-94, ill.

Sherbo, Arthur. "From the Sale Catalogues of the Libraries of Dr. Richard Farmer, George Steevens, and Isaac Reed." Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 96 (2002): 381-403.

Stouff, Jean. "Les bibliothèques publique d'Aix-en-Provence au XVIIIe siècle." Annales du Midi, 114, 239 (2002): 293-318.

Web Resources

¥ Library and Museum of Freemasonry: Historical Correspondence (1726-1893) - Includes correspondence relating to significant figures in 18th century history including the Earl of Moira, the Prince of Wales (later George IV), furniture designer Thomas Johnson & silversmith Thomas Harper, and material touching on the expansion of the British Empire, the French Revolution and the slave trade as well as issues of particular relevance to Freemasons - available: http://www.grandlodge-england.org

Newspapers & Journals

* Berry, Helen M. Gender, Society and Print Culture in Late Stuart England: The Cultural Milieu of the Athenian Mercury. Ashgate, 2002.

Black, Jeremy. "The Press and Politics in the Eighteenth Century." Media History, 8, 2 (December 2002): 175-82.

Bots, Hans, and Jan Schillings, eds. "La Correspondance de Pierre Mortier (1704-1754) et Jean Schreuder (env. 1715-1778), échangée avec Jean Henri Samuel Formey (1748-1770), journaliste de la Nouvelle Bibliothèque Germanique, entre 1749 et 1754." Lias, 27 (2000): 3-94; ill.

Chaves, Joseph. "'A most exquisite Mechanic': Labor and Leisure, Printing and Authorship in the Periodical Essays of Benjamin Franklin." Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 96 (2002): 521-30.

«Collection des gazettes de langue française des XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles. Gazette d'Amsterdam 1691-1796», douze cédéroms, Oxford, Voltaire Foundation, en association avec l'Institut des sciences de l'homme (CNRS / Université Lumière-Lyon 2), 2002. Sous la direction scientifique de Pierre Rétat.

De Montluzin, Emily Lorraine. "Topographical, Antiquarian, Astronomical, and Meteorological Contributions by George Smith of Wigton in the Gentleman's Magazine, 1735-59." ANQ, 14 (Spring, 2001): 5-12.

* The Grub Street Journal, 1730-1733. Introduced and annotated by Bertrand Goldgar. 4 vols. London: Pickering & Chatto, 2002. Facsimile reprint.

Hellemans, Jacques. "Chroniques des publications électroniques." Le livre et l'estampe, 47, 156 (2001): 157-66 [On the project "Collection des gazettes de langue française des XVIIe et XVIII siècles" and the series "Dictionnaires des XVIe et XVIIe siècles" from Champion Électroniques.]

Nipps, Karen. "Addenda to McDonald et al., Miller, and NAIP: Two Previously Unlocated Pennsylvania Gazette Carriers' Addresses for 1761 and 1762." Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 96 (2002): 435-38, ill.

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

Web Resources

¥ Attributions of Authorship in the Gentleman's Magazine - Emily Lorraine de Montluzin's online update of James M. Kuist's The Nichols File of the Gentleman's Magazine. A key-word-searchable and fully browsable electronic text all of the 25,585 known attributions of authorship of the GM's letters, articles, reviews, poems, and other items gleaned from all available published and unpublished sources for the magazine. It integrates and corrects Professor de Montluzin's three previous Gentleman's Magazine electronic databases: (1) Attributions of Authorship in the Gentleman's Magazine, 1731-1868: A Supplement to Kuist; (2) Attributions of Authorship in the Gentleman's Magazine: A Synthesis of Finds Appearing Neither in Kuist's Nichols File nor in de Montluzin's Supplement to Kuist; and (3) Attributions of Authorship in the Gentleman's Magazine: An Electronic Version of James M. Kuist's The Nichols File of the Gentleman's Magazine. The Union List expands the citations of thousands of items, making them more conducive to key-word searches, to create new indices of contributors and pseudonyms, and to incorporate over 6,000 new finds, many of them from the GM's eighteenth-century run (the period least well represented in Kuist's Nichols File). Encompassing 25,585 items from some 2,362 contributors and presented in a logical and clear sequence, the database, approximately 1,759 pages of browsable text, is constructed to be searchable electronically by volume number, page number, date, title, author, pseudonym, and key word. All attributions are cross-referenced, appearing first in a chronological listing and then in a synopsis by contributor, both of which sections are fully browsable, so that users may easily examine each attribution in its chronological context. Accompanying the text is a browsable index of pseudonyms and initials used in the contributors signatures. Available: http://etext.lib.virginia.edu/bsuva/gm/

Printing - Paper, Type, Printing

Arbour, Keith. "Papermaking in New England before 1675? A Document and a Challenge." Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 96 (2002): 351-79. [Transcription of "Notes about New-England--Taken 4 Febry 1674/5 by Sr Wm Petty & Dr Taylor from Mr Frost & Mr Bartholemew," which states "Paper hath been made in New England"].

* Méron, Jean. Orthotypographie: Recherches bibliographiques. Paris: Convention typographique, 2002.

Web Resources

¥ Wasserzeichenkartei Piccard - a thorough German online encyclopaedia of watermarks, available: http://www.lad-bw.de/ladsu/piccard/

Publishers

* Brathwaite, Helen. Romanticism, Publishing and Dissent: Joseph Johnson and the Cause of Liberty. Palgrave, 2003. ISBN 0-333-98394-7 [Johnson (1738-1809) published Priestley, Cowper, Barbauld, Wollstonecraft, & others]

* Taylor, Barry. Foreign-Language Printing in London 1500-1900. The British Library, 2002. 282 pp., ill. ISBN 0-7123-1128-9

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

Andrès, Bernard. «Le non-lieu de l'imaginaire: utopie et Nouvelle-France (le cas Mathieu Sagean)», dans Jean-François Chassay & Bertrand Gervais (édit.), les Lieux de l'imaginaire (Montréal: Liber, 2002), pp. 161-169.

Andrès, Bernard. "The Time and Life of Pierre de Sales Laterriere." Canada's History Magazine The Beaver (August-September 2002): 23-26.

Bauré, Nicolas. «Visions du Canada et des Canadiens au siècle des Lumières (autour de La Hontan, Charlevoix et Raynal)», Strasbourg, Université Marc Bloch, mémoire de maîtrise, 2001. Dir.: Jean-Paul Schneider.

Belier, P.L., J. Ritcey, J. MacLeod, et al. "Recent publications relating to the history of the Atlantic Region." Acadiensis, 30, 1 (Fall 2000): 118-170; Acadiensis, 30, 2 (Spring 2001): 169-201; Acadiensis, 31, 2 (Spring 2002): 227-260.

* Bergeron, Yves. Un patrimoine commun: les musées du Séminaire de Québec et de l'Université Laval. Québec: Musée de la civilisation (coll. «Les cahiers de recherche du Musée de la civilisation»), 2002. 214 pp., ill. ISBN: 2-551-21661-3.

* Bougainville, Louis-Antoine de. Écrits sur le Canada. Mémoires, journal, lettres. Sillery (Québec): Septentrion, 2003. 432 pp.

Cavell, J. "The second frontier: The North in English-Canadian historical writing." Canadian Historical Review, 83, 3 (September 2002): 364-89.

Colpitts, G. "'Animated like us by commercial interests': Commercial ethnology and fur trade descriptions in New France, 1660-1760." Canadian Historical Review, 83, 3 (September 2002): 305-37.

Dessureault, C., & C. Hudon. "Social conflicts and local elites in Lower Canada: Clergy, persons of note, the peasantry and the control of the parish council." Canadian Historical Review, 80, 3 (September 1999): 413-39.

Fecteau, J.M. "Between the quest for nationhood and the discoveries of science: Quebec historiography as seen by Ronald Rudin." Canadian Historical Review, 80, 3 (September 1999): 440-63.

Hatvany, M.G. "'Wedded to the marshes': Salt marshes and socio-economic differentiation in early Prince-Edward-Island." Acadiensis, 30, 2 (Spring 2001): 40-55.

Little, J.L. "Contested land: Squatters and agents in the eastern townships of Lower Canada." Canadian Historical Review, 80, 3 (September 1999): 381-412.

MacEachern, A. "Voices crying in the wilderness: Recent works in Canadian environmental history." Acadiensis, 31, 2 (Spring 2002): 215-226 [review essay].

Marks, L. "Railing, tattling, and general rumour: Gossip, gender, and church regulation in Upper Canada." Canadian Historical Review, 81, 3 (September 2000): 380-402.

May, A.N., & J. Phillips. "Homicide in Nova Scotia, 1749-1815." Canadian Historical Review, 82, 4 (December 2001): 625-61.

* Noèl, Françoise. Family Life and Sociability in Upper and Lower Canada, 1780-1870. A View from Diaries and Family Correspondence. Montréal & Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press, 2003. 384 pp., ill. ISBN: 0-7735-2445-2.

Noel, J. "Caste and clientage in an eighteenth-century Quebec convent." Canadian Historical Review, 82, 3 (September 2001): 465-90.

Phillips, J., & A.N. May. "Female criminality in 18th-century Halifax." Acadiensis, 31, 2 (Spring 2002): 71-96.

Podruchny, C. "Baptizing novices: Ritual moments among French Canadian voyageurs in the Montreal fur trade, 1780-1821." Canadian Historical Review, 83, (June 2002): 165-95.

Roberts, J. "'A mixed assemblage of persons': Race and tavern space in Upper Canada." Canadian Historical Review, 83, 1 (March 2002): 1-28.

Rudin, R. "On difference and national identity in Quebec historical writing: A response to Jean-Marie Fecteau." Canadian Historical Review, 80, 4 (December 1999): 666-76.

Stevenson, M.D. "Recent publications relating to Canada." Canadian Historical Review, 80, 3 (September 1999): 520-35; 81, 1 (March 2000): 139-53; 81, 2 (June 2000): 325-40; 81, 3 (September 2000): 428-544; 8, 4 (December 2000): 742-54; 82, 1 (March 2001): 205-17; 82, 3 (September 2001): 605-18; 82, 4 (December 2001): 797-810; 83, 2 (June 2002): 289-99; 83, 3 (September 2002): 461-76.

Wynn, G. "Thinking about mountains, valleys and solitudes: Historical geography and the New Atlantic history." Acadiensis, 3, 1, (Fall 2001): 129-145.

Zimmer, R. "Escape from the Iroquois." American History, 36, 1 (April 2001): 30-36 [Jesuits in 1656 New France].

§ Acadiensis, 30, 1 (Fall 2000) is a special issue entitled "Back to the Future: The New History of Atlantic Canada." Titles include: P.A. Buckner, "'Limited identities' revisited: Regionalism and nationalism in Canadian history" (4-15); J.K. Hiller, "Is Atlantic Canadian history possible?" (16-22); C.D. Howell, "Development, deconstruction and region: A personal memoir" (23-30); G. Davies, "The Three Wise Men of maritime literature: A personal tribute" (31-37); J. Fingard, "Focusing on their roots: University of New Brunswick historians and regional history" (38-44); E.R. Forbes, "Dalhousie University and the flowering of Atlantic Provinces historiography, 1960-1980" (45-49); D.A. Muise, "Organizing historical memory in the Maritimes: A reconnaissance" (50-60); D.A. Muise, N. Griffiths, & P.A. Buckner, "Back to the future: A discussion" (61-63); G. Friesen, "Atlantic Canada's historical writing today: No Howe" (64-72); P.D. Clarke, "l'Acadie perdue: Or, maritime history's other" (73-91).

Web Resources

¥ Early Canadiana Online / Notre mémoire en ligne - Canadian Institute for Historical Microreproductiobs is a digital library providing access to over 1,279,000 pages of Canada's printed heritage / Institut canadien de microreproductions historiques est une bibliothèque digitale donnant accès à plus de 1,279,000 pages du patrimoine imprimé canadien -- http://www.canadiana.org/eco/index.html

¥ The Jesuit Relations and the History of New France - the Reuben Gold Thwaites edition (1896-1901) with English translations & the original French, Italian, and Latin texts, in 73 vols., is available online from the National Library of Canada / Bibliotheque nationale de Canada: http://www.nlc-bnc.ca/jesuit-relations/index-e.html

[see also titles by Bell and by Christie listed under History of Religion; by Keough under History of Sexuality; by Gwyn under Maritime History; by Coates under Native Americans &c.; by Rodrigue under U.S. Colonial & Federal History]

CANADA, L'ACADIE, LA NOUVELLE FRANCE, NEWFOUNDLAND, QUÉBEC - LANGUAGE
& LITERATURE

Hoffman, J. "Captain George Vancouver and British Columbia's first play." Theatre Research Canada, 21, 2 (Fall 2000): 135-148.

* New, W. H. A History of Canadian Literature. Montréal & Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press, 2003 (2nd ed.). 462 pp. ISBN: 0-7735-2597-1

THE CARIBBEAN

Clune, J.J. "A Cuban convent in the age of enlightened reform." Americas, 57, 3 (January 2001): 309-27.

* Long, Edward. The History of Jamaica (1774). Montréal & Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press, 2003. 3 vols. Introduction by Howard Johnson. ISBN: 0-7735-2552-1.Robertson, J. "Re-writing the English conquest of Jamaica in the late seventeenth century." English Historical Review, 117, 473 (September 2002): 813-39.

Sandiford, Keith. "Vertices and Horizons with Sugar: A Tropology of Colonial Power." The Eighteenth Century: Theory and Interpretation 42, 2 (Summer 2001): 142-60.

[see also titles by Childs and by Ghachem listed under Africa - Slavery]

CHINA

* Bartlett, Beatrice S. Monarchs and Ministers: The Grand Council in Mid-Ch'ing China, 1723-1820. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1991. Newly available in complete online edition: http://ark.cdlib.org/ark:/13030/ft287004wt/

Chiu, P.S. "'Interests' in economic organization: The shaping of the Yunnan copper market in Eighteenth-Century China." Bulletin of the Institute of History and Philology Academia Sinica, 72, 1 (March 2001): 49-119.

Fan, I.C. "The nature of the expansion of the Jiangnan market towns in the Ming-Qing Dynasty." Bulletin of the Institute of History and Philology Academia Sinica, 73, 3 (September 2002): 443-552.

Ho, H.W. "Reflections on the late Qing centre-province fiscal relations." Bulletin of the Institute of History and Philology Academia Sinica, 72, 3 (September 2001): 597-698.

Li, H.T. "Desire and body in 18th-century Chinese society: Carnival beyond 'civil' society." Bulletin of the Institute of History and Philology Academia Sinica, 72, 3 (September 2001): 543-95.

* Rawski, Thomas G., & Lillian M. Li, es. Chinese History in Economic Perspective. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1992. [select essays include Yeh-chien Wang, "Secular Trends of Rice Prices in the Yangzi Delta, 1638-1935"; Lillian M. Li, "Grain Prices in Zhili Province, 1736-1911: a Preliminary Study"; Peter C. Perdue, "The Qing State and the Gansu Grain Market, 1739-1864"; R. Bin Wong Peter C. Perdue, "Grain Markets and Food Supplies in Eighteenth-Century Hunan"; James Lee, Cameron Campbell, & Guofu Tan, "Infanticide and Family Planning in Late Imperial China: the Price and Population History of Rural Liaoning, 1774-1873"] Newly available in complete online edition: http://ark.cdlib.org/ark:/13030/ft6489p0n6/

* Zelin, Madeleine. The Magistrate's Tael: Rationalizing Fiscal Reform in Eighteenth Century Ch'ing China. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1984. Newly available in a complete online edition: http://ark.cdlib.org/ark:/13030/ft4k4005k7/

§ American History Review, 105, 5 (December 2000) includes a special forum on "Gender and Manhood in Chinese History." Titles includes S. Mann, "The male bond in Chinese history and culture" (1600-14); N. Kutcher, "The fifth relationship: Dangerous friendships in the Confucian context" (1615-29); A. Davis, "Fraternity and fratricide in late imperial China" (1630-40); L. McIsaac, "'Righteous fraternities' and honorable men: Sworn brotherhoods in wartime Chongqing" (1641-55); R.A. Nye, "Kinship, male bonds, and masculinity in comparative perspective" (1656-66).

[see also title by Fan listed under Culinary History; by Ward under Italy - Literature - Goldoni].

CLASSICS, CLASSICAL CIVILIZATION
& ANTIQUARIANISM

* Lüsebrink, Hans-Jürgen, édit. Transferts culturels et circulation des savoirs entre l'Ancien et le Nouveau Monde au XVIIIe siècle. Tangences, 2003.

Mythology

* Trousson, Raymond. le Thème de Prométhée dans la littérature européenne. Genève: Droz (coll. «Titre courant», 19), 2001. 704 pp. ISBN: 2-600-00519-6.

Rome

[see title by Hov listed under Germany - Literature - Goethe].

Sappho

* Reynolds, Margaret, ed. The Sappho Companion. Palgrave, 2002. 432 pp. ISBN 0-312-29510-3 (new in paper) [includes translations by Pope].

Virgil

Hayes, Julie C. «Temporality, Subjectivity, and Neoclassical Translation Theory: Dryden's "Dedication of the Aeneis"», Restoration, 26 (2002): 97-118.

COMPUTERS IN TEACHING AND SCHOLARSHIP

* McGann, Jerome. Radiant Textuality: Literature After the World Wide Web. Palgrave, 2001. 288 pp. ISBN 0-312-29352-6 [MLA James Russell Lowell Prize]

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

* Dillon, Partick. The Much-Lamented Death of Madam Geneva: The Eighteenth-Century Gin Craze. London: Review, 2002. 368 pp. ISBN 0747235457

"Eating the past: It's America's latest culinary sensation, Hardtack and grog." American Heritage, 52, 1 (February-March 2001): 18.

Fan, H. "Kuai and Sheng: The raw fish and meat dishes in Chinese history." Bulletin of the Institute of History and Philology Academia Sinica, 71, 2 (June 2000): 247 ff..

Klonder, A. "Poor and abundant diet in the towns of royal Prussia in the 17th century." Acta Poloniæ Historica, 85 (2002): 89-127.

* Pinney, Thomas. A History of Wine in America: From the Beginnings to Prohibition. Berkeley : University of California Press, 1989. Newly available in complete online edition: http://ark.cdlib.org/ark:/13030/ft967nb63q/

Rudin, M. "Beer and America." American Heritage, 53, 3 (July 2002): 28.

* Theophano, Janet. Eat My Words: Reading Women's Lives Through the Cookbooks they Wrote. Palgrave, 2002. 384 pp., ill. ISBN 0-312-23378-7

* Warner, Jessica. Craze: Gin and Debauchery in an Age of Reason. Four Walls Eight Windows, 2002. 264 pp. ISBN 1-56858-231-5

[see also title by Whittaker & Goody listed under Material Culture; by Kowecka under Poland - History; by Baack listed under U.S. Colonial & Federal History]

ECONOMICS

Berg, M. "From imitation to invention: creating commodities in eighteenth-century Britain." Economic History Review, 55, 1 (February 2002): 1 ff.

Brewer, Rose M., Cecilia A. Conrad, & Mary C. King. "The Complexities and Potential of Theorizing Gender, Caste, Race, and Class." Feminist Economics, 8, 2 (July 2002): 3-18.

Bowen, H.V. "Sinews of trade and empire: the supply of commodity exports to the East India Company during the late eighteenth century." Economic History Review, 55, 3 (August 2002): 466 ff.

Britnell, R.H. "Review of periodical literature published in 1999." Economic History Review, 54, 1 (February 2001): 115-127.

Burnard, T.G. "'Prodigious riches': the wealth of Jamaica before the American Revolution." Economic History Review, 54, 3 (August 2001): 506 ff.

Clark, G. "Farm wages and living standards in the industrial revolution: England, 1670-1869." Economic History Review, 54, 3 (August 2001): 477 ff.

Considine, John. "Budgetary institutions and fiscal discipline: Edmund Burke's insightful contribution." European Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 9, 4 (December 2002): 591 ff.

Darrow, D. "From commune to household: Statistics and the social construction of Chaianov's theory of peasant economy." Comparative Studies in Social History, 43, 4 (October 2001): 788-818.

Esteban, J. C. "The British balance of payments, 1772-1820: India transfers and war finance." Economic History Review, 54, 1 (February 2001): 58 ff.

* Flynn, Dennis O., Arturo Giràldez, & Richard von Glahn, eds. Global Connections and Monetary History, 1400-1800. Ashgate, 2003.

Fontaine, L. "Antonio and Shylock: credit and trust in France, c. 1680-c. 1780." Economic History Review, 54, 1 (February 2001): 39 ff.

Gehrke, Christian and Heinz D. Kurz. "Say and Ricardo on Value and Distribution." European Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 8, 4 (2001): 449-486.

Hale, M., R. Hawkins, & M. Partridge, M. "List of publications on the economic and social history of Great Britain and Ireland published in 1999." Economic History Review, 53, 4 (November 2000): 783-820.

Hale, M., R. Hawkins, & M. Partridge. "List of publications on the economic and social history of Great Britain and Ireland published in 2000." Economic History Review, 54, 4 (November 2001): 734-70.

Hindle, S. "Review of periodical literature published in 1999." Economic History Review, 54, 1 (February 2001): 127-143.

Hindle, S. "Review of periodical literature published in 2000 (1500-1700)." Economic History Review, 55, 1 (February 2002): 139-52.

Hipkin, S. "Tenant farming and short-term leasing on Romney Marsh, 1587-1705." Economic History Review, 53, 4 (November 2000): 646 ff.

Hudson, P., & S. King. "Two textile townships, c. 1660-1820: a comparative demographic analysis." Economic History Review, 53, 4 (November 2000): 706 ff.

Middleton, R. "Review of periodical literature published in 1999." Economic History Review, 54, 1 (February 2001): 154-74.

Nash, R.C. "Review of periodical literature published in 2000 (1700-1850)." Economic History Review, 55, 1 (February 2002): 152-165 FEB 2002

Ogilvie, S. "The economic world of the Bohemian serf: economic concepts, preferences, and constraints on the estate of Friedland, 1583-1692." Economic History Review, 54, 3 (August 2001): 430 ff.

Pearson, R. "Review of periodical literature published in 1999." Economic History Review, 54, 1 (February 2001): 143-54.

* Root, Hilton L. The Fountain of Privilege: Political Foundations of Markets in Old Regime France and England. Berkeley : University of California Press, 1994. Newly available in complete online edition: http://ark.cdlib.org/ark:/13030/ft1779n74g/

* Sacks, David Harris. The Widening Gate: Bristol and the Atlantic Economy, 1450-1700. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1991. Newly available in complete online edition: http://ark.cdlib.org/ark:/13030/ft3f59n8d1/

Smith, C. "The wholesale and retail markets of London, 1660-1840." Economic History Review, 55, 1 (February 2002): 31 ff.

Smith, S.D. "Merchants and planters revisited." Economic History Review, 55, 3 (August 2002): 434 ff.

Snell, K.D.M. "English rural societies and geographical marital endogamy, 1700-1837." Economic History Review, 55, 2 (May 2002): 262 ff.

Spufford, M. "The cost of apparel in seventeenth-century England, and the accuracy of Gregory King." Economic History Review, 53, 4 (November 2000): 677 ff.

Verdon, N. "The rural labour market in the early nineteenth century: women's and children's employment, family income, and the 1834 Poor Law Report." Economic History Review, 55, 2 (May 2002): 299 ff.

Weber, Klaus. "German Merchant Families in the Atlantic Trade of Manufactured and Colonial Goods: Networks Linking Hamburg, Cádiz, and Bordeaux (1680-1830)." Ph.D. dissertation, Univesität Hamburg, October 2001. Dir. Horst Pietschmann & Franklin Kopitzsch. For abstract, see http://www.fas.harvard.edu/~atlantic/dissabs.html#weber; for German version of abstract, "Deutsche Kaufleute im atlantischen Manufaktur- und Kolonialwarenhandel: Netzwerke zwischen Hamburg, Cádiz, und Bordeaux (1680-1830), see http://www.fas.harvard.edu/~atlantic/dissabs.html#webergerman

[see also titles by Behrendt listed under Africa; by Chiu by Ho and by Fan under China; by Neill under England - Literature; by Coleman under History of Medicine]

Smith

Creedy, John. "Adam Smith and All That ." Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 24,4 (December 2002): 479 ff.

De Vroey, Michel. "The history of economic thought: the French way. European Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 9, 4 (December 2002): 672-87.

Fiori, Stefa. "Visible and invisible order: the theoretical duality of Smith's political economy." European Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 8, 4 (2001): 429-448.

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

Leathers, Charles G., & J. Patrick Raines. "The 'Protective State' Approach to the 'Productive State' in The Wealth of Nations: The Odd Case of Lay Patronage." Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 24,4 (December 2002): 427-42.

ENGLAND - HISTORY

* Andrew, Donna T., & Randall McGovern. The Perreaus and Mrs. Rudd: Forgery and Betrayal in Eighteenth-Century London. University of California Press, 2001. 390 pp. ISBN: 0520220625. Also available as e-book (Adobe Acrobat .pdf file) from Amazon.com. And see review by Jessica Warner, Journal of Criminal Justice and Popular Culture, 10, 1 (Winter 2003): 93-95.

Bord, J. "Patronage, the Lansdowne Whigs and the problem of the liberal center, 1827-8." English Historical Review, 117, 470 (February 2002): 78-93.

Broad, J. "Housing the rural poor in southern England, 1650-1850." Agricultural History Review, 48, 2 (2000): 151-170.

* Churchill, Winston S. Marlborough: His Life and Times. 2 vols., ill., 182 maps. University of Chicago Press, 2002. ISBN 0-226-10633-0 & 0-226-10635-7 (paper)

Conway, S. "War and national identity in the mid-eighteenth-century British Isles." English Historical Review, 116, 468 (September 2001): 863-93.

Evans, C.S. "An echo of the multititude: The intersection of governmental and private poverty initiatives in early modern Exeter." Albion, 32, 3 (Fall 2000): 408-428.

French, H.R. "Urban agriculture, commons and commoners in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries: The case of Sudbury, Suffolk." Agricultural History Review, 48, 2 (2000): 171-199.

* Geyken, Frauke. Gentlemen auf Reisen. Das englische Deutschlandbild im 18. Jahrhundert. Frankfurt & New York: Campus, 2002. ISBN: 3-593-37130-8. [Based on travel literature, pamphlets, dictionaries and histories, the monograph considers the self-conception implicit in British travellers' views of Germany as uncultivated and unworthy of any interest. Stock images and stereotypes are part of a process of mutual perception, and may be used for political attack, especially in Anti-Hanoverian rhetoric. The German model also affected Burke's thought concerning India].

Gritt, A.J. "The 'survival' of service in the English agricultural labour force: Lessons from Lancashire, c.1650-1851." Agricultural History Review, 50, 1 (2002): 25-50.

Key, N.E., & J.P. Ward. "'Divided into parties': Exclusion Crisis origins in Monmouth." English Historical Review, 115, 464 (November 2000): 1159-83.

* Moore, Bob, & Henk van Nierop, eds. Colonial Empires Compared: Britain and the Netherlands, 1750-1850. Ashgate, 2003.

"Notices of periodical and occasional publications, mainly of 2000." English Historical Review, 116, 468 (September 2001): 1021-79.

"Notices of periodical and occasional publications, mainly of 2001." English Historical Review, 117, 473 (September 2002): 1046-1108.

* Olsen, Kirstin. Daily Life in 18th-Century England. Greenwood Press, 2002. 416 pp. ISBN 0-313-32667-3

Szechi, A. "A blueprint for tyranny? Sir Edward Hales and the Catholic Jacobite response to the Revolution of 1688." English Historical Review, 116, 466 (April 2001): 342-67.

Stoyle, M. "'The great rout': The Cornish rising of 1648 and the second civil war." Albion, 32, 1 (Spring 2000): 37-58.

Theobald, J. "Agricultural productivity in Woodland High Suffolk, 1660-1850." Agricultural History Review, 50, 1 (2002): 1-24.

Woodward, D. "Early modern servants in husbandry revisited." Agricultural History Review, 48, 2 (2000): 141-150.

[see also title by Wahrman listed under Historiography; by Black under Political Thought]

ENGLAND - LANGUAGE & LITERATURE

* Anderson, Misty G. Female Playwrights and Eighteenth-Century Comedy: Negotiating Marriage on the London Stage. Palgrave, 2002. 272 pp. ISBN 0-312-23938 [Behn, Centlivre, Cowley, Inchbald].

* Barnabu, Andrew, & Lisa J. Schnell. Literate Experience: The Work of Knowing in Seventeenth-Century English Writing. Palgrave, 2002. 260 pp. ISBN 0-312-29351-8

* Bueler, Lois E. The Tested Woman Plot: Women's Choices, Men's Judgments, and the Shaping of Stories. Ohio State University Press, 2001. viii/312 pp. ISBN: 0-8142-0872-X

Burke, Tim. "'Humanity is Now the Pop'lar Cry': Laboring-Class Writers and the Liverpool Slave Trade, 1787-1789." The Eighteenth Century: Theory and Interpretation, 42, 3 (Fall 2001): 245-63.

Charles, Shelly. «Qu'est-ce qu'un roman anglais? D'Emma Courtney à la Chappelle d'Ayton». Eighteenth-Century Fiction, 15, 2 (janvier 2003): 281-301.

Christmas, William J. "Introduction: An Eighteenth-Century Laboring-Class Tradition." The Eighteenth Century: Theory and Interpretation, 42, 3 (Fall 2001): 187-94.

* Clery, E. J. Women's Gothic from Clara Reeve to Mary Shelley. Northcote House, 2000. viii/168 pp. ISBN: 0-7463-0872-8.

Curbet, Joan. "'Hallelujah to your Dying Screams of Torture': Representations of Ritual Violence in English and Spanish Romanticism," in Avril Horner, ed, European Gothic: A Spirited Exchange 1760-1960 (Manchest University Press, 2002). ISBN 0-7190-6043-X (cloth); 0-7190-6064-8 (paper).

Dill, Elizabeth. "A Mob of Lusty Villagers: Operations of Domestic Desires in Hannah Webster Foster's The Coquette." Eighteenth-Century Fiction, 15, 2 (January 2003): 255-279.

* Ellis, Markman. The History of Gothic Fiction. Edinburgh University Press, 2000. ix/261 pp. ISBN: 0-7486-1195-9.Fideler, P.A. "The study of early modern poetry and poor relief." Albion, 32, 3 (Fall 2000): 381-407.

Goodridge, John. "John Clare and Eighteenth-Century Poetry: Pomfret, Cunningham, Bloomfield." The Eighteenth Century: Theory and Interpretation, 42, 3 (Fall 2001): 264-78.

* Gordon, Scott Paul. The Power of the Passive Self in English Literature, 1640-1770. Cambridge University Press, 2002. xi/279 pp. ISBN: 0-521-91005-1

* Griffin, Robert J. The Faces of Anonymity: Anonymous and Pseudonymous Publication from the Sixteenth to the Twentieth Century. Palgrave, 2003. 304 pp. ISBN 0-312-29530-8

* Hawkes, David. Idols of the Marketplace: Idolatry and Commodity Fetishism in English Literature, 1580-1680. Palgrave, 2001. 304 pp. ISBN 0-312-24007-4

* Keay, Mark. William Wordsworth's Golden Age Theories During the Industrial Revolution in England, 1750-1850. Palgrave, 2002. 309 pp. ISBN 0-333-79436-2

Keegan, Bridget. "Cobbling Verse: Shoemaker Poets of the Long Eighteenth Century." The Eighteenth Century: Theory and Interpretation, 42, 3 (Fall 2001): 196-217.

* Landry, Donna. The Invention of the Countryside: Hunting, Walking, and Ecology in English Literature, 1671-1831. Palgrave, 2001. 382 pp., ill. ISBN 0-333-96154-4 [a 2002 Choice Outstanding Academic Book]

Koch, Angela. "Gothic Bluebooks in the Princely Library of Corvey and Beyond." Cardiff Corvey, 9 (December 2002): online journal, available: http://www.cf.ac.uk/encap/corvey/articles/cc09_n01.html

Koch, Angela. "'The Absolute Horror of Horrors' Rrevised: A Bibliographical Checklist of Early-Nineteenth-Century Gothic Bluebooks." Cardiff Corvey, 9 (December 2002): online journal, available http://www.cf.ac.uk/encap/corvey/articles/cc09_n03.html

* Low, Jennifer A. Manhood and the Duel: Masculinity in Early Modern Drama and Culture. Palgrave, 2003. 256 pp. ISBN 1-4039-6130-1

Marguerite, Marie Regan. "The Roasting of John Bull: Vegetarian Protest in Eighteenth Century English Literature." Ph.D. dissertation. University of Arkansas, 2001. 212 pp.

* McKeon, Michael, ed. Theory of the Novel: A Historical Approach. Johns Hopkins University Press, 2000. xviii/947 pp. ISBN: 0-8018-6397-X.* Miles, Robert. Gothic Writing 1750-1820: A Genealogy. 2nd ed. Manchester University Press, 2002. 258 pp. ISBN 0-7190-6009-5

* Mudge, Bradford K. The Whore's Story: Women, Pornography, and the British Novel, 1684-1830. Oxford University Press, 2000. xiv/276 pp. ISBN: 0-19-513509-9* Neill, Anna. British Discover Literature and the Rise of Global Commerce. Palgrave, 2002. 241 pp. ISBN 0-333-97374-7

* Overton, Bill. Fictions of Female Adultery 1684-1890: Theories and Circumtexts. Palgrave, 2002. 304 pp. ISBN 0-333-77080-3

* Owen, Susan. Perspectives on Restoration Drama. Manchester University Press, 2002. 208 pp. 0-7190-4966-0 (cloth); 0-7190-4967-9 (paper) [includes Dryden, Conquest of Granada, I & II; Wycherly's The Country Wife; Behn's The Rover; Lee's Lucius Junius Brutus; Otway's Venice Preserv'd; and Dryden's adaptation of Shakespeare's Troilus and Cressida]

Palmeri, Frank. "Martinus Scriblerus, Diderot's Dream, and Tiepolo's Divertimento: Eighteenth-Century Representations of Aggregate Identity." Comparative Literature Studies 38, 4 (2001): 330-54.

* Peck, John, & Martin Coyle. A Brief History of English Literature. Palgrave, 2002. 528 pp. ISBN 0-333-791766-2 (cloth), 0-333-78177 (paper)

Pettit, Alexander. "The Adventures of Peter Wilkins: Desire, Difference, and the Fallacy of Comic Convention." The Eighteenth Century: Theory and Interpretation, 42, 2 (Summer 2001): 91-142.

Russel, Gillian. "'Keeping Place': Servants, Theater and Sociability in Mid-Eighteenth-Century Britain." The Eighteenth Century: Theory and Interpretation, 42, 1 (Spring 2001): 21-42.

* Sharpe, Pamela. Population and Society in an East Devon Parish: Reproducing Colyton, 1540-1840. University of Exeter Press, 2002. 408 pp. ISBN 0859896552

* Sill, Geoffrey. The Cure of the Passions and the Origins of the English Novel. Cambridge University Press, 2001. ix/261 pp. ISBN: 0-521-80805-7

* Skinner, John. An Introduction to Eighteenth-Century Fiction: Raising the Novel. Palgrave, 2001. xi/314 pp. ISBN: 0-333-77624-0.

Sorensen, Janet. "Internal Colonialism and the British Novel." Eighteenth-Century Fiction, 15, 1 (October 2002): 53-58.

* Stabler, Jane. Burke to Byron, Barbauld to Baillie, 1790-1830. Palgrave, 2001. 338 pp. ISBN 0-333-6924-7 (cloth); 0-333-69625-5 (paper)

* Stafford, William. English Feminists and their Opponents in the 1790s: Unsex'd and Proper Females. Manchester University Press, 2002. 256 pp. ISBN 0-7190-6082-2

* Sternleib, Lisa. The Female Narrator in the British Novel: Hidden Agendas. Palgrave, 2002. 189 pp. ISBN 0-333-97372-0

Stevens, Anne. "Tales of Other Times: A Survey of British Historical Fiction, 1770-1812." Cardiff Corvey, 7 (December 2001), online journal, available: http://www.cf.ac.uk/encap/corvey/articles/cc07_n03.html

* Todd, Dennis, & Cynthia Wall, eds. Eighteenth-Century Genre and Culture: Serious Reflections on Occasional Forms. Essays in Honor of J. Paul Hunter. University of Delaware Press & Associated University Presses, 2001. 316 pp. ISBN: 0-87413-759-4.

Trill, Suzanne. "What Echo Says: Politics and Hysteria in Women's Poetry, 1640-1690," in Gordon McMullan, ed., Renaissance Configurations: Voices, Bodies, Spaces, 1580-1690 (Palgrave, 2001). ISBN 0-333-676666-1

Walen, D.A. "Constructions of female homoerotics in early modern drama." Theatre Journal, 54, 3 (October 2002): 411-30.

* Wein, Toni, British Identities, Heroic Nationalisms, and the Gothic Novel, 1764-1824. Palgrave, 2002. 304 pp. ISBN 0-333-97171-X

Wickman, Matthew. "Of Probability, Romance, and the Spatial Dimensions of Eighteenth-Century Narrative." Eighteenth-Century Fiction, 15, 1 (October 2002): 59-80.

* Wikborg, Eleanor. The Lover as Father Figure in Eighteenth-Century Women's Fiction. University Press of Florida, 2002. xi/184 pp. ISBN: 0-8130-2453-6.

[see also title by Foster & Mills listed under Geography - Travel; by Eberle under History of Sexuality]

Akenside

* Jung, Sandro. Poetic Meaning in the Eighteenth Century Poems of Mark Akenside and William Shenstone. Edwin Mellen, 2003. 280 pp. ISBN: 077346963X

Austen

* Austen, Jane. Mansfield Park. Broadview Press, 2001. 521 pp. Ed. June Sturrock. ISBN: 1-55111-09-9 (paper).

* Austen, Jane. Pride and Prejudice. Broadview Press, 2002. 493 pp. Ed. Robert P. Irvine. ISBN: 1-55111-028-8.

* Giffin, Michael. Jane Austen and Religion: Salvation and Society in Georgian England. Palgrave, 2002. ISBN 0-333-95808-4

Knox-Shaw, Peter. "Persuasion, James Austen, and James Thomson." Notes & Queries, 49, 4 (December 2002): 451-53.

* Litvak, Joseph. Caught in the Act: Theatricality in the Nineteenth-Century English Novel. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1992. Newly available in complete online edition: http://ark.cdlib.org/ark:/13030/ft9k4009nr/

* Sanders, Valerie. The Brother-Sister Culture in Nineteenth-Century Literature: From Austen to Woolf. Palgrave, 2002. 232 pp. ISBN 0-333-74930-8

* Wiltshire, John. Recreating Jane Austen. Cambridge University Press, 2001. x/179 pp. ISBN: 0-521-80246-6.

[see also title by by Ehrenpreis listed under England - Literature - Dryden; by Cardwell under Film]

Barbauld

Weldon, Amy. "'The Common Gifts of Heaven': Animal Rights and Moral Education in Anna Letitia Barbauld's 'The Mouse's Petition' and 'The Caterpillar.'" Cardiff Corvey, 8 (June 2002), online journal, available: http://www.cf.ac.uk/encap/corvey/articles/cc08_n02.html

Beckford

Alamoudi, Carmen Fernandez. «<Vathek: le choix d'une écriture cursive et piquante». Eighteenth-Century Fiction, 15, 1 (octobre 2002): 1-17.

Gill, R. B. "The Author in the Novel: Creating Beckford in Vathek." Eighteenth-Century Fiction, 15, 2 (January 2003): 241-254.

Barbauld

Jones, Robert. "What Then Should Britons Feel? Anna Laetitia Barbauld and the Plight of the Corsicans." Women's Writing 9, 2 (2002): 285-304 [analysis of explicit political writing, revisiting Barbauld's poem "Corsica" as pronunciamento of patriot values & the complexities of Britain's international role].

Behn

Pender, Patricia. "Competing Conceptions: rhetorics of representation in Aphra Behn's Oroonoko." Women's Writing, 8, 3 (2001): 457-472 [Behn's ambivalence to complex issues (colonialism, miscegenation, racism); new type of the "New World Woman"].

Gautier, Gary. "Slavery and the Fashioning of Race in Oroonoko, Robinson Crusoe, and Equiano's Life." The Eighteenth Century: Theory and Interpretation, 42, 2 (Summer 2001): 161-79.

Blake

* Connolly, Tristanne J. William Blake and the Body. Palgrave, 2002. 272 pp. ISBN 0-333-96848

* Dent, Shirley, & Jason Whittaker. Radical Blake: Afterlife and Influence from 1827. Palgrave, 2003. 256 pp. ISBN 0-333-98654-8

* Hutchings, Kevin. Imagining Nature: Blake's Environmental Poetics. Montréal & Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press, 2003. 272 pp., ill. ISBN: 0-7735-2343-X (paper); 0-7735-2342-1 (cloth).

* Marsh, Nicholas. William Blake: The Poems. Palgrave, 2001. 267 pp. ISBN 0333-91466-X (cloth); 0-333-91467-8 (paper)

* Rawlinson, Nick. William Blake's Comic Vision. 224 pp. ISBN 0-333-74565-5

New on the Blake Archive:

¥ The Blake Archive has published a new electronic edition of Jerusalem The Emanation of The Giant Albion (copy E), Blake's masterpiece in illuminated printing, and this copy his greatest achievement in the medium. Consisting of 100 relief and white-line etchings divided into four chapters, Jerusalem is his longest illuminated book, and its plates are among his largest. Though dated 1804 on its title plate, it was not printed in its entirety until c. 1820 - available at the Archive website: http://www.blakearchive.org.

Cavendish

Wiseman, Sue. "Restoring the Renaissance: Margaret Cavendish and Katherine Phillips," in Gordon McMullan, ed., Renaissance Configurations: Voices, Bodies, Spaces, 1580-1690 (Palgrave, 2001). ISBN 0-333-676666-1

Cobbet

Krishnamurthy, Aruna. "'Assailing the Thing': Politics of Space in William Cobbett's Rural Rides." Cardiff Corvey, 7 (December 2001), online journal, available: http://www.cf.ac.uk/encap/corvey/articles/cc07_n01.html

Colman

O'Quinn, D. "Mercantile deformities: George Colman's Inkle and Yarico and the racialization of class relations." Theatre Journal, 54, 3 (October 2002): 389-409.

Cowley

Escott, Angela. "The School of Eloquence and 'Roasted Square Caps': Oratory and pedantry as fair theatrical game?" Women's Writing, 8, 1 (2001): 59-80 [light on unpublished afterpiece play of 1780, satirizing contemporary elocution, oratory, & debating societies, which by tradition discriminated against women, performed at Drury Lane (managed by Thomas Sheridan). Cowley's popular farce Who's The Dupe mocked pretentious uses of Classical learning].

Wallace, E.K. "Theatricality and cosmopolitanism in Hannah Cowley's The Belle's Stratagem." Comparative Drama, 35, 3-4 (Fall-Winter 2001): 415-33.

Crowne

Rollins, J.B, "Judeo-Christian apocalyptic literature and John Crowne's The Destruction of Jerusalem." Comparative Drama, 35, 2 (Summer 2001): 208-24.

Defoe

* Novak, Maximillian E. Daniel Defoe, Master of Fictions: His Life and Ideas. Oxford University Press, 2001. xi/756 pp. ISBN: 0-1981-2686-7.

Swaminathan, Srividhya. «Defoe's Alternative Conduct Manual: Survival Strategies and Female Networks in Moll Flanders». Eighteenth-Century Fiction, 15, 2 (January 2003): 185-207.

[see also title by Kelly listed under Bibliography - Libraries; by Gautier under England - Literature - Behn; by Cardwell listed under Film]

Dodsley

Pellicer, Juan Christian. "The Georgic at Mid-Eighteenth Century and the Case of Dodsley's 'Agriculture.'" Review of English Studies, 54, 213 (February 2003): 67-93.

Dryden

* Bywaters, David. Dryden in Revolutionary England. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1991. Newly available in complete online edition: http://ark.cdlib.org/ark:/13030/ft496nb2rq/

* Dryden, John. The Works of John Dryden. Volume 7: Poems, 1697-1700. Ed. Vinton A. Dearing. University of California Press, 2002. 1001pp. ISBN 0-520-02123-1

* Ehrenpreis, Irvin. Acts of Implication: Suggestion and Covert Meaning in the Works of Dryden, Swift, Pope, and Austen. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1980. Newly available in complete online edition: http://ark.cdlib.org/ark:/13030/ft8m3nb5ks/

* Garrison, James. Dryden and the Tradition of Panegyric. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1975. Newly available in complete online edition: http://ark.cdlib.org/ark:/13030/ft4g5006bf/

* Gelber, Michael Werth. The Just and the Lively: The Literary Critics. Manchester University Press, 2003. 352 pp. ISBN 0-7190-6142-3 [detailed reading of Dryden's critical essays]

[see also title by Hayes listed under Classics - Virgil]

"Ephelia"

Mulvihill, Maureen E. "The New Candidate for Pseudonymous 'Ephelia': Mary (Stuart née Villiers), Duchess of Richmond and Lennox (1622-1685)." Women's Writing, 2, 3 (1995): 309-311 [probative new leads on the brisk and jolly 'Mall' Villiers, noting her reputation as a court intriguer, female intelligencer for the exiled Stuarts, and prankster. A favorite of Van Dyck, this "Butterfly" of the Stuart court was famed for ostentatious beauty and (quiet) ties to the London literary scene [For the eventual attribution, see ANQ (Fall 1996; Summer 1999); ReSoundings (2001) http:///www.millersville.edu/~resound/ephelia; SCN (Spring 2003); 'Ephelia' (Ashgate UK, 2003).]

Fielding, Sarah

Gadeken, Sara. "Managing and Marketing Virtue in Sarah Fielding's History of the Countess of Dellwyn." Eighteenth-Century Fiction, 15, 1 (October 2002): 19-34.

Georgiana, Duchess of Devonshire

Georgiana, Duchess of Devonshire. The Sylph. York: Henry Parker, 2001. viii/223 pp. Introduction by Amanda Foreman. ISBN: 1-904069-00-2

Godwin

* Godwin, William. Fleetwood. Broadview, 2000. 541 pp. Ed. Gary Handwerk & A.A. Markley. ISBN: 1-55111-232-9.

* Logan, Peter Melville. Nerves and Narratives: A Cultural History of Hysteria in 19th-Century British Prose. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1997. Newly available in complet online edition: http://ark.cdlib.org/ark:/13030/ft5d5nb38x/

Goldsmith

Lahr, John. "Men behaving badly: Identities lost and found on the London stage." New Yorker (Jan. 27, 2003): 92-3 [Critical commentary on She stoops to conquer, motivated by the current London production, but in no respect a review of it].

Hands

Dereli, Cynthia. "In Search of a Poet: the life and work of Elizabeth Hands." Women's Writing, 8, 1 (2001): 169-182 [poetry of an l8th-century servant woman, whose single volume of verse was published by subscription].

Hays

Sharma, Anjana. "A Different Voice: Mary Hays's Memoirs of Emma Courtney." Women's Writing, 8, 1 (2001): 139-168. [self, society, education & gender in "Jacobinical" novel of the 1790s].

[see also title by Logan listed under England - Literature - Godwin]

Haywood

Black, Scott. "Trading Sex for Secrets in Haywood's Love in Excess." Eighteenth-Century Fiction, 15, 2 (January 2003): 207-226.

* Pettit, Alexander, et al., eds. Selected Works of Eliza Haywood. Pickering and Chatto, 2000 (set 1) & 2001 (set 2), 3 vol., 1192 pp. (set 1) & 3 vol., 1368 pp. (set 2). ISBN: 1-85196-528-9; 1-85196-529-7.

Inchbald

* Jenkins, Annibel. I'll Tell You What: The Life of Elizabeth Inchbald. University of Kentucky Press, 2002. 632pp. ISBN 0-8131-2236-8

Johnson

* Clark, Jonathan, & Howard Erskine-Hill, ed. Samuel Johnson in Historical Context. Palgrave, 2002. 332 pp. ISBN 0-333-80447-3

Leapor

Dalporto, Jeannie. "Landscape, Labor, and the Ideology of Imporvement in Mary Leapor's Crumble Hall." The Eighteenth Century: Theory and Interpretation, 42, 3 (Fall 2001): 228-44.

Greene, Richard. "Mary Leapor: The Problem of Personal Identity." The Eighteenth Century: Theory and Interpretation, 42, 3 (Fall 2001): 218-27.

Lee

Lee, Sophia, The Recess; or A Tale of Other Times. Ed. April Alliston. Lexington, University Press of Kentucky, 2000. 400 pp. ISBN: 0-8131-2146-9 (cloth); 0-8131-0978-7 (paper).LewisWright, Angela. "European Disruptions of the Idealized Woman: Matthew Lewis's The Monk and the Marquis de Sade's La Nouvelle Justine," in Avril Horner, ed, European Gothic: A Spirited Exchange 1760-1960 (Manchest University Press, 2002). ISBN 0-7190-6043-X (cloth); 0-7190-6064-8 (paper)

Milton

* John Milton. The Complete Poems and Major Preose. Ed. Merritt Y. Hughes. Hacket, 2003. 1088 pp. ISBN 00-87220-678-5 [reissue of 1957 Odyssey Press ed.]

* John Milton. Paradise Lost. Ed. Merritt Y. Hughes. Hackett, 2003. 384 pp. ISBN 0-87220-672-6 (paper) [reissue of 1962 revision of 1935 ed.]

Opie

* Amelia Opie. The Father and Daughter & Dangers of Coquetry. Broadview, 2003. Ed. Shelley King & John B. Pierce. 377pp. ISBN 55111187X (paper) [includes contextual documents, such as Opie's letters, dramatic adaptations, and texts on coquetry, chastity, and the treatment of insanity].

Phillips

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

Pope

Suarez, Michael F., S.J. "Uncertain Proofs: Alexander Pope, Lewis Theobald, and Questions of Patronage." Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 96 (2002): 404-34. [since Pope "gave his patronage to the struggling poet" he was more liable to hate Theobald for Shakespeare Restored.]

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

Radcliffe

Duffy, Cian. "'Faint Traces Which the Memory Bears': A Radcliffe Source in Schiller." Notes & Queries, 49, 4 (December 2002): 447-49.

[see title by Schaneman listed under France - Literature - Genlis]

Robinson

* Robinson, Mary. A Letter to the Women of England and The Natural Daughter. Ed. Sharon M. Setzer. Broadview, 2003. 336 pp. ISBN: 1551112361 (paper) [includes other writings by Mary Robinson (tributes, and an excerpt from The Progress of Liberty); writings by contemporaries on women, society, and revolution; and contemporary reviews of both works].

* Robinson, Mary. Walsingham or, the Pupil of Nature. Ed. Julie A. Shaffer. Broadview, 2003. 559 pp. ISBN 155111299X (paper) [includes selection of primary sources material including contemporary reviews; historical and literary accounts of 18th-century female cross-dressers; and selections from contemporary works that focus on the figure of the "fallen" woman].

§ Women's Writing, 9, 1 (2002) is a special issue on Mary Robinson, ed. by Jacqueline M. Labbe. Titles include J.M. Labbe, "Mary Robinson Bicentennial" (3-8); Stuart Curran, "Mary Robinson and the New Lyric" (9-23); Tim Fulford, "The Electrifying Mrs Robinson" (23-36); Lisa Vargo, "Tabitha Bramble and the Lyrical Tales" (37-52); Ashley J. Cross, "He-She Philosophers and Other Literary Bug-bears: Mary Robinson's A Letter to the Women of England" (53-68); Julie Shaffer, "Walsingham: gender, pain, and knowledge" (69-86); Jane Hodson, "'The strongest but most undecorated language': Mary Robinson's rhetorical strategy in A Letter to the Women of England" (87-106); Claire Brock, "'Then smile and know thyself supremely great': Mary Robinson and the 'splendour of a name'" (107-124); Judith Barbour, "Garrick's Version: the production of Perdita" (125-138); Alix Nathan, "Mistaken or Misled: Mary Robinson's birth date" (139-142).

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

Shelley, Mary

* Garrett, Martin. A Mary Shelley Chronology. Palgrave, 2002. 181 pp. ISBN 0-333-77050-1

Williams, Johm. "Translating Mary Shelley's Valperga into English: Historical Romance or Gothic Fiction?" in Avril Horner, ed, European Gothic: A Spirited Exchange 1760-1960 (Manchester University Press, 2002). ISBN 0-7190-6043-X (cloth); 0-7190-6064-8 (paper).

[see also title by Kaplan listed under History of Medicine."

Shenstone

[see title by Jung listed under England - Literature - Akenside]

Smart

Keymer, Thomas. "William Toldervy and the Origins of Smart's A Translation of the Psalms of David." Review of English Studies, 54, 213 (February 2003): 52-66.

Sterne

* Ross, Ian Campbell. Laurence Sterne: A Life. Oxford University Press, 2001. xiii/498 pp. ISBN: 9-780192-122353.

Trotter

Kelley, Anne. "In Search of Truths Sublime: reason and the body in the writings of Catherine Trotter." Women's Writing, 8, 2 (2001). [Trotter did not adopt a male persona and "repudiate her sex," pace some critics, but creatively challenged "the convention of women's intellectual and moral inferiority, demanding their right to a public voice"].

Walpole

Miles, Robert. "Europhobia: The Catholic Other in Horace Walpole and Charles Maturin," in Avril Horner, ed, European Gothic: A Spirited Exchange 1760-1960 (Manchest University Press, 2002). ISBN 0-7190-6043-X (cloth); 0-7190-6064-8 (paper).

* Walpole, Horace. The Castle of Otranto and The Mysterious Mother. Ed. Frederick S. Frank. Broadview, 2003. 357pp ISBN: 155111304X [including both Walpole's Gothic novel and Gothic drama, with selections from Walpole's letters, contemporary responses, and writings illustrating the aesthetic and intellectual climate of the period; Scott's introduction to the 1811 edition].

Wollstonecraft

Neill, Anna. "Civilization and the Rights of Woman: Liberty and captivity in the work of Mary Wollstonecraft." Women's Writing, 8, 1 (2001): 99-118 [Wollstonecraft's use of model of social history centred on the type of the rational & "civilized" woman threatened & antagonized by a "savage" periphery of men; Vindication and Maria].

* Tauchert, Ashley. Mary Wollstonecraft and the Accent of the Feminine. Palgrave, 2002. 181 pp. ISBN 0-333-96346

[see also title by Bahar listed under Political Thought - Wollstonecraft]

EUROPE

* Ádám, Magda. The Versailles System and Central Europe. Ashgate, 2003.

* te Brake, Wayne. Shaping History: Ordinary People in European Politics, 1500-1700. Berkeley : University of California Press, 1998. Newly available in complete online edition: http://ark.cdlib.org/ark:/13030/ft500006j4/

FICTION & POETRY
SET IN THE LONG 18TH CENTURY

* Flynn, Nick. Blind Huber. Graywolf, 2002. 72 pp. ISBN 1-55597-373-6 [poetry collection based loosely on the life of François Huber, a blind, eighteenth-century beekeeper].

* Keenan, Brian. Turlough. London: Jonathan Cape, 2000. ISBN: 0224041517 [a novel about Turlough O'Carolan, the blind Irish harper and composer].

* King, Ross. Domino. Walker & Co., 2002. 448 pp. ISBN 0-8027-3378-6 [novel set in 18th-century London; a set of tales centering about artist Sir George Cautley in the 1780s]

* King, Ross. Ex-Libris. Walker & Co., 2001. 400 pp. ISBN 0-8027-3357-2 [in 1660 London bookseller Isaac Inchbold pursues an elusive manuscript, The Labyrinth of the World, perhaps a Hermetic text, a map of El Dorado, or a heretical document capable of causing vast political upheaval...]

* Shaara, Jeff. The Glorious Cause: A Novel of the American Revolution. Ballantine, 2002. 688 pp. ISBN 0-345-42756-4

* Schmidt, Gary D. Anson's Way. New York: Clarion Books, 1999. ISBN: 0395915295 [Anson serving as a British Fencible in 18th-cIreland, Anson sympathizes with a hedge master, which places him in conflict with British law; "juvenile fiction"].

FILM SET IN THE LONG 18TH CENTURY

* Cardwell, Sarah. Adaptation Revisited: Television and the Classic Novel. Palgrave, 2002. 224 pp. ISBN 0-7190-6045-1 (cloth); 0-7190-6046-X [includes discussion of adaptations of Pride and Prejudice and Moll Flanders]

Miner, D. "History versus Hollywood." American History, 36, 4 (October 2001): 4 ff.

FRANCE - HISTORY

* Brioist, Pascal, Hervé Drévillon, & P. Serna. Croiser le fer: Violence et culture de l'épée dans la France moderne (XVIe-XVIIIe siècles). Paris: Champ Vallon, 2002.

Chisick, H. "Public opinion and political culture in France during the second half of the eighteenth century." English Historical Review, 117, 470 (February 2002): 48-77.

* Dewald, Jonathan. Aristocratic Experience and the Origins of Modern Culture: France, 1570-1715. Berkeley : University of California Press, 1993. Newly available in complete online edition: http://ark.cdlib.org/ark:/13030/ft4m3nb2k3/

* Goodman, Dena (édit.). Marie-Antoinette: Writings on the Body of a Queen. New York: Routledge, 2003.

Hayhoe, J.D. "Litigation and the policing of communal farming in northern Burgundy, 1750-1790." Agricultural History Review, 50, 1 (2002): 51-68.

* Hartmann, Pierre (édit.). Corps et cœur dans la pensée des Lumières. Homme à Paul Hoffmann: Strasbourg, Presses universitaires de Strasbourg, 2000.

* Ladurie, Emmanuel Le Rou. Saint-Simon and the Court of Louis XIV. Tr. Arthur Goldhammer. University of Chicago Press, 2001. 447 pp., ill., map, tables. ISBN: 0-226-47320-1

* Luciani, Gérard et Catherine Volpilhac-Auger (édit.), l'Institution du Prince au XVIIIe siècle. Actes du 8e colloque franco-italien (Sociétés française et italienne d'étude du XVIIIe siècle). Ferney-Voltaire: Centre international d'étude du XVIIIe siècle (coll. «Publications du Centre international d'étude du XVIIIe siècle», 13), 2003. 316 pp. ISBN: 2-84559-014-8 Voir http://centre.c18.org/pu.prince.html

* Luria, Keith P. Territories of Grace: Cultural Change in the Seventeenth-Century Diocese of Grenoble. Berkeley : University of California Press, 1991. Newly available in complete online edition: http://ark.cdlib.org/ark:/13030/ft6n39p11n/

Lüsebrink, Hans-Jürgen. «Rhetorische Gesten und ikonographische Darstellungen: zur Präsenz und Fiunktion mündlicher Kommunikationsformen in den Tableaux historiques der la Révolution Française», dans Christoph Danlezik-Brüggemann et Rolf Reichardt (édit.), Bildgedächtnis eines historischen Ereignisses. Die Tableaux historiques de la Révolution française (Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2001), pp. 281-301.* Montpensier, Anne-Marie-Louise d'Orleans, Duchesse de. Against Marriage: The Correspondence of La Grande Mademoiselle. Ed., tr. by Joan Dejean. University of Chicago Press, 2002. 86 pp. ISBN 0-226-53492-8 (paper)

* Metzner, Paul. Crescendo of the Virtuoso: Spectacle, Skill, and Self-Promotion in Paris during the Age of Revolution. Berkeley : University of California Press, 1998. Newly available in complete online edition: http://ark.cdlib.org/ark:/13030/ft438nb2b6/

* Nora, Pierre, ed. Rethinking France: Les Lieux de Mémoire, Vol. I: The State. Ed. by David P. Hordan, tr. by Mary Seidman Trouille. University of Chicago Press, 2001. 483 pp., ill., maps. ISBN 0-226-59132-8

Solé, Jacques. «Une jeune aristocrate à l'époque révolutionnaire: la personnalité de la future marquise de la Rochejaquelein d'après ses Mémoires». Recherches & travaux, 61 (2002): 167s.

Web Resources

¥ Studies in Early Modern France website: http://www.unl.edu/EMF/

¥ Les Images de Pouvoir a l'epoque du Louis XIV (Par Russ Ganim): http://www.unl.edu/louisxiv/

[see also title by Bell listed under Historiography]

FRANCE - LANGUAGE & LITERATURE

Acke, Daniel. «La notion de caractère dans les Journaux», dans Franck Salaün (édit.), Marivaux subversif?, Paris, Desjonquères, coll. «L'esprit des lettres», 2003, p. 209s. ISBN: 2-84321-053-4.

Acke, Daniel. «Textes à caractère privé», dans Peter-Eckhard Knabe, Roland Mortier et François Moureau (édit.), l'Aube de la modernité 1680-1760 (Amsterdam et Philadelphie: John Benjamins [coll. «Comparative History of Literatures in European Languages», 16], 2002).

* Allera, Sophie, & Denis Reynaud,édit. La Belle et la bête. Quatre métamorphoses. Saint-Étienne: Publications de l'Université de Saint-Etienne (coll. «Textes et contextes», 2), 2002. [Cet ouvrage présente quatre versions du conte, avec une introduction et des notes: «Amour pour amour» de Nivelle de la Chaussée. «La belle et la bête» de Mme Leprince de Beaumont. «Zémir et Azor» de Marmontel (livret de l'opéra de Grétry). «La belle et la bête» de Mme de Genlis.]

* Bastide, Jean-François de. l'Amant anonyme et autres contes, les Riens, l'Homme blasé, Paris, Desjonquères, coll. «XVIIIe siècle», 2002, 142 p. Présentation et notes de Michel Delon. Texte de 1763. ISBN: 2-84321-048-8.

Bicquilley, Charles-François, la Croisade, Saint-Étienne, Presses de l'Université de Saint-Étienne, 1998, 320 p. Édition préparée et annotée par Albert Denis (1886-1931) et Pierre Crépel.

* Destouches. les Philosophes amoureux. Montpellier: Éditions Espaces 34 (coll. «Espace Théâtre»), 2001. 152 pp. Présentation de Françoise Rubellin. ISBN: 2-907293-82-6.

Elmarsafy, Ziad. «Thalassophobia and Geolatry: Bernardin de Saint-Pierre and the Geography of Virtue». Eighteenth-Century Fiction, 15, 1 (octobre 2002): 35-50.

* Forestier, Georges. Passions tragiques et règles classiques. Essai sur la tragédie française. Paris: Presses universitaires de France *coll. «Perspectives littéraires»), 2003. 346 pp.

* Fougeret de Monbron. Margot la ravaudeuse. Cadeilhan: Zulma, 2001 (1992). 121 pp. Présenté par Michel Delon. ISBN: 2-909031-21-7.

François-Giappiconi, Catherine. «Des éléments nouveaux sur Nivelle de La Chaussée». Revue d'histoire littéraire de la France, 102, 6 (novembre-décembre 2002).

Gallouèt, Catherine. «Le coup de foudre, topos exemplaire dans le roman français du XVIIIe siècle». Article électronique, Réseaux d'écrivaines, 2 (février 2002): http://www.roquade.nl/womenwriters/

Gallouèt, Catherine. «Le coup de foudre, ou les avatars de la différence sexuelle dans le roman», dans Suzan van Dijk et Madeleine van Strien-Chardonneau (édit.), le Texte narratif avant 1800. La question du "gender". Actes du XIVe colloque de la SATOR (Amsterdam/Leyde, 2000) (Louvain, Paris & Sterling VA: Éditions Peeters, 2002), pp. 319-34.

* Jomand-Baudry, Régine, et Jean-François Perrin (édit.) le Conte merveilleux au XVIIIe siècle. Une poétique expérimentale. Paris, Kimé (coll. «Détours littéraires»), 2002. ISBN: 2-84174-272-5. [Christelle Bahier-Porte, «Le laboratoire des Mille et un jours de François Pétis de la Croix et Lesage» (23-41); Julie Boch, «Entre convention et subversion: les contes de Caylus» (42-54); Anne Defrance, «Le conte de fées au risque de l'éloge politique: la Tyrannie des fées détruite (Mme d'Auneuil) et autres contes de la première génération» (55-73); Jan Herman, «Pour une définition ex negativo du conte. Le statut du conte dans les préfaces de romans de la première moitié du XVIIIe siècle» (74-86); Régine Jomand-Baudry, «La genèse de Ah quel conte ! de Crébillon fils ou la fabrique du conte» (87-101); Claude Labrosse, «Crébillon, les fées et les signes» (102-112); Jean Mainil, «Subversion féerique et merveilleux comique» (113-122); Jean-François Perrin, «Petits traités de l'âme et du corps: les contes à métempsycose (XVIIe-XVIIIe siècles)» (123-139); Jean Sgard, «Allégorie d'une écumoire» (140-148); Claire Debru, «Le Magasin des enfans (1756) ou le conte de fées selon une gouvernante: pratiques de la réécriture chez Madame Le Prince de Beaumont» (151-163); Philippe Hourcade, «Tirés des manuscrits de Mme la comtesse de Veruè: sur trois contes de la marquise de Lassay» (164-179); Stefania Marzo, «Le spectacle des sens dans le conte à l'antique de Meusnier de Querlon» (180-192); Dominique Orsini, «L'expérience des Mille et une nuits d'Antoine Galland: du merveilleux à l'émerveillement, ou conte à la narration» (193-211); Carmen Ramirez, «Le soupçon du merveilleux dans le conte des Lumières» (212-228); Raymonde Robert, «Le Canapé couleur de feu de Fougeret de Monbron et la veine "gauloise" de la féerie» (229-242); Jean-Paul Sermain, «Les anti contes de fées de Fénelon» (243-250); Alexandre Stroev, «Le conte merveilleux et l'image de la Russie» (251-262); Henri Coulet, «Le merveilleux onirique de L.S. Mercier» (265-277); Nadine Decourt, «Au pays des magiciennes, les Veillées de Thessalie de Mlle de Lussan» (278-294); Aurélia Gaillard, «Le corps enchanté chez Mme de Villeneuve et Mlle de Lubert: exploration des corps amoureux et invention poétique dans quelques contes de 1740» (295-309); Élisabeth Lemirre, «La figure animale du corps amoureux: l'Antiquité encore» (310-22); Francesco Paolo Alexandre Madonia, «Mital ou aventures incroyables et toutefois et cætera de l'abbé Laurent Bordelon» (323-331); Alain Montandon, «Cris et vertiges de Mlle de Lubert» (332-342); Catherine Ramond, «Théâtralité et merveilleux dans le conte de la première moitié du XVIIIe siècle» (343-352); Annie Rivara, «Le Voyage de campagne comme machine à produire et à détruire des contes d'esprits» (353-369); Philip Stewart, «Images de ce qui ne fut jamais» (370-399); Thierry Viart, «L'Écumoire de Claude Crébillon: le conte dévoyé ou les délices de l'Île Babiole» (400-408); «Bibliographie» (409-419).]

* Lièvre, Éloïse. l'Épique. Paris: Gallimard (coll. «La Bibliothèque», 95), 2002. 264 pp. ISBN: 2-07-042368-9 Compte rendu électronique: http://www.fabula.org/revue/cr/325.php

Lüsebrink, Hans-Jürgen. «Brutus, idole patriotique. Dimensions symboliques et mises en scène théâtrales», dans Franco Piva (édit.), Bruto il maggiore nella letteratura francese e dintirni. Atti del Convegno intenazionale, Verona, 3-5 maggio 2001 (Fasano: Schena Editore [coll. «Cultura Straniera», 115], 2002), pp. 285-305.Melançon, Benoît. «Le cabinet des curiosités épistolaires». Bulletin de l'AIRE, 20 (novembre-décembre 1997): 58-59. Publication de l'Association interdisciplinaire de recherche sur l'épistolaire (Paris). ISSN: 0993-1929. [Sur les lettres aux papes.]* Montalbetti, C. le Personnage. Paris: Flammarion (coll. «GF-Corpus/Lettres»), 2002. 256 pp.

* Nerciat, André-Robert Andréa de. Lolotte, Cadeilhan, Zulma, 2001. 346 pp. Présenté par Jean-Christophe Abramovici. ISBN: 0-909031-186-4.

Oudart, Jean. «Dialogue et libertinage». Recherches & travaux, 61 (2002): 93s.

Porcelli, Maria Grazia. «Le dernier Marivaux ou la réflexion sur le théâtre», dans Franck Salaün (édit.), Marivaux subversif? (Paris: Desjonquères [coll. «L'esprit des lettres»], 2003), pp. 336s. ISBN: 2-84321-053-4.

* Pigault-Lebrun. l'Enfant du bordel. Cadeilhan: Zulma, 2002 (1992). 125 pp. Présenté par Michel Delon. ISBN: 2-84304-213-5.

Roukhomovski, Bernard. «Formes du moi et formes du monde: figuration de l'espace intérieur de Montaigne à Joubert». Recherches & travaux, 61 (2002): 77s.

Sgard, Jean. «Les grandes aventures». Recherches & travaux, 61 (2002): 67s.

Sola, Anne de. «The Illustrious French Lovers et les infortunes de la critique. Anne de Sola réplique à Shelly Charles». Eighteenth-Century Fiction, 15, 1 (octobre 2002): 127-129.

Stewart, Philip. «Débuter dans le monde». Recherches & travaux, 61 (2002): 179s.

* Veiras, Denis. l'Histoire des Sévarambes. Paris: Honoré Champion (coll. «Libre pensée et littérature clandestine», 5), 2001. 332 pp. Édition critique par Aubrey Rosenberg. ISBN: 2-7453-0426-7.

* La Vie pénible et laborieuse du colporteur Esmieu. Les Alpes de lumière/Sabença de la Valeia, 2003.

* Wagner, Jacques (édit.). la Voix dans la culture et la littérature françaises (1713-1875). Clermont-Ferrand: Presses universitaires Blaise-Pascal, 2001. 416 pp. ISBN: 2-84516-157-3.

* Walter, Henriette. l'Aventure des mots français venus d'ailleurs. Paris: Robert Laffont, 1997. 344 pp. ISBN: 2-221-08275-3.

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

Bachaumont

Cornand, Suzanne. «Le carrosse de Bachaumont». Recherches & travaux, 61 (2002): 135s.

Bayle

May, Gita. «Bayle», dans Françoise Jaouen (édit.), Dictionary of Literary Biography (New York, Gale, 2003), pp. 142-148.

Beaumarchais

* Beaumarchais. le Mariage de Figaro. SVEC, 12, 2002. xvi/520 pp., ill. Édition critique avec les variantes de la version scénique originale établie par Gérard Kahn. ISBN: 0-7294-0802-7.

Caylus

* Caylus. Histoire de Guillaume, cocher. Paris: Zulma (coll. «Dix-huit»), 2003. Présenté par Pierre Testud. ISBN: 2-84304-241-0.

Casanova

Kovács, Ilona. «Modulations de la voix dans l'Histoire de ma vie». Recherches & travaux, 61 (2002): 39s.

Lahouati, Gérard. «Casanova: l'art de la fuite». Recherches & travaux, 61 (2002): 49s.

Stroev, Alexandre. «Comment civiliser la Russie en élevant des vers à soie à Saratov: un projet inédit de Giacomo Casanova». Recherches & travaux, 61 (2002): 23s.

Watzlawick, Helmut. «La genèse des Mémoires de Casanova en trois dates, trois préfaces et trois titres», Recherches & travaux, 61 (2002): 11s.

Charrière / de Zuylen

Chabut, Marie-Hélène. «L'instance narrative au masculin et au féminin (et au neutre?) dans la fiction de Charrière», dans Suzanne van Dijk et Madeleine van Strien-Chardonneau (édit.), Fémininités et masculinités dans le texte narratif avant 1800 (Louvain et Paris: Peeters, 2002), pp. 205-216.

Chabut, Marie-Hélène. «Louvoyer pour innover: Trois Femmes d'Isabelle de Charrière», dans Elzbieta Grodek (édit.), Écriture de la ruse (Amsterdam et Atlanta: Rodopi [coll. «Faux titre», 190[, 2000), pp. 241-251. ISBN: 90-420-1571-3.

Crébillon

* Crébillon fils. Lettres athéniennes. Paris: Nizet, 2001. 468 pp. Édition d'Ernest Sturm. ISBN: 2-7078-1260-9.

Diderot & les Encylopédistes

Chabut, Marie-Hélène. «"Par pitié pour vous et pour moi, écoutez un conte". Récurrence de l'homo narrativus à travers les genres dans l'œuvre de Diderot», dans Nathalie Ferrand et Michèle Weil (édit.), Homo narrativus. Recherches sur la topique romanesque dans les fictions de langue française avant 1800 (Montpellier: Presses de l'Université Paul Valéry Montpellier III, 2001), pp. 233-243.

* Diderot. Rameau's Nephew and Other Works. Tr. Jacques Barzun & Ralph Bowen, intro. by R.Bowen. Hackett, 2001. 336 pp. ISBN 0-87220-486-3 (paper) [includes Rameau's Nephew, D'Alembert's Dream, "Supplement to Bougaineville's Voyage," The Two Friends from Bourbonne, A Conversation Between a Father and His Children, selections from the Encyclopédie, "Regrets on Parting With My Old Dressing Gown.'

* Hartmann, Pierre. Diderot: la figuration du philosophe. Paris: José Corti, 2003. 369 pp.

Sage, Victor. "Diderot and Maturin: Enlightenment, Automata, and the Theatre of Terror," in Avril Horner, ed, European Gothic: A Spirited Exchange 1760-1960 (Manchest University Press, 2002). ISBN 0-7190-6043-X (cloth); 0-7190-6064-8 (paper).

Worvill, Romira. «"Seeing" Speech: Illusion and the Transformation of Dramatic Writing in Diderot and Lessing». University of Oxford, thèse de doctorat, 2002. Dir.: F.J. Lamport.

[see also title by Palmeri listed under England-Literature; by Riley under History of Music - Theory]

Fénelon

May, Gita. «Fénelon», dans Françoise Jaouen (édit.), Dictionary of Literary Biography (New York: Gale, 2003), pp. 28-38.

Fontenelle

May, Gita. «Fontenelle», dans Françoise Jaouen (édit.), Dictionary of Literary Biography (New York: Gale, 2003), pp.134-141.

Genlis

Schaneman, Judith Clark. "Rewriting Adèle et Théodore: Intertextual Connections Between Madame de Genlis and Ann Radcliff." Comparative Literature Studies, 38, 1 (2001): 31-45.

Graffigny

Mallinson, Jonathan. «Re-présentant les Lettres d'une Péruvienne en 1752: illustration et illusion». Eighteenth-Century Fiction, 15, 2 (janvier 2003): 227-239.

Lesage

* Lesage, Alain-René. Histoire de Gil Blas de Santillane de Lesage. Gallimard: Foliothèque, 2002. 260 pp. Commentaire de Béatrice Didier.

* Lesage, Alain-René. Turcaret. Paris: Gallimard (coll. «Folio Théâtre», 80), 2003. 240 pp. Édition présentée, établie et annotée par Pierre Frantz.

* Wagner, Jacques (édit.). Lectures du Gil Blas (1715) de Lesage. Clermont-Ferrand: Presses universitaires Blaise-Pascal (coll. «C.E.R.H.A.C.»), 2003. 244 pp. ISBN: 2-84516-214-6 [Marc Bernier, «La séduction dans l'Histoire de Gil Blas de Santillane»; Jacques Berchtold, Jacques, «Le bestiaire de Lesage: l'exemple du Gil Blas et du Guzman d'Alfarach»; François Bessire, «Les références à l'Antiquité et à la Bible dans le premier Gil Blas»; Pierre Brunel, «L'Histoire de Gil Blas de Santillane: Ibérie contre Hibernie»; Hélène Cussac, «La retraite chez Gil Blas: entre Pascal et Rousseau»; Françoise Gevrey, «L'Histoire de Gil Blas de Santillane est-elle un roman d'aventures?»; Gérard Luciani, «Un écho de Gil Blas à Venise au XVIIIe siècle»; Alain Niderst, «Le christianisme de Gil Blas»; Jean-Noèl Pascal, «Gil Blas, un roman de dramaturge: thèmes, procédés, scénarios»; Paul Pelckmans, «Le revers tragique d'un roman gai. À propos du Mariage de vengeance»; Catherine Volpilhac-Auger, «Voyage au pays des noms. Fonctions et modalités de la nomination dans Gil Blas de Santillane»; Jacques Wagner, «Écrire: d'une esthétique de la langue à une morale de la littérature»; Jacques Wagner, «Relire Gil Blas aujourd'hui»; «Bibliographie»].

Marivaux

Gallouèt, Catherine. «Fuites romanesques, et le romanesque de la fuite: le topos de la fuite dans une œuvre de jeunesse de Marivaux», dans Arbi Dhifaoui (édit.), Espaces de la fuite dans la littérature narrative française avant 1800. Actes du XIIe colloque international de la Société d'analyse de la topique romanesque, Kairouan 24-27 novembre 1998 (Kairouan: Publications de la Faculté des lettres et sciences humaines [coll. «Colloques, Kairouan»], 2002), pp. 193-208.

Gallouèt, Catherine. «L'imaginaire de l'autre dans les Journaux de Marivaux», dans Françoise Gevrey (édit.), Marivaux et l'imagination, Actes du colloque de Toulouse [1998] (Toulouse: Éditions universitaires du Sud [coll. «Études littéraires»], 2001), pp. 79-87.

Gallouèt, Catherine. «Points de vue américains sur les Journaux. L'esprit de la rue et le spectacle de l'écriture». article électronique, Revue Marivaux, 2003, disponible: http://www.revuemarivaux.org/actucorpus.php?p=228

Hellegouard'h, Jacqueline. «Ces messieurs du Bout-du-banc: l'Éloge de la paresse et du paresseux est-il de Marivaux?». Revue d'histoire littéraire de la France, 102, 3 (mai-juin 2002): 455-459.

Joly, Raymond. «La Vie de Marianne. Remarques sur la jouissance et l'imaginaire», dans Françoise Gevrey (édit.), Marivaux et l'imagination, Actes du colloque de Toulouse [1998] (Toulouse: Éditions universitaires du Sud [coll. «Études littéraires»], 2001), pp. 203-211.

Laquerre, Marie-Lise. «Ingenium et représentation: une rhétorique du regard dans le Spectateur français de Marivaux». Trois-Rivières: Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières, mémoire de maîtrise, octobre 2002. iv/114 pp. Dir.: Marc André Bernier.

* Salaün, Franck, ed. Marivaux Subversif? Paris: Editions Desjonquères, 2003. Sommaire: F. Salaün, "Introduction: Marivaux et les règles" - LANGAGE ET SYSTÈME LITTÉRAIRE: Henri Coulet, "De l'usage du langage selon Marivaux"; Robin Howells, "La subversion dans les formes"; Jean Dagen, "Marivaux: un vrai faux auteur?"; Françoise Rubellin, "Les sous-entendus du Bilboquet"; Mathieu Brunet, "Le 'défaut de clarté' comme régime narratif de la subversion" - ROMAN: Catherine Gallouët, "Les narrateurs de Marivaux et l'invention des romans"; Carsten Henrik Meiner, "La fonction-carrosse et le hasard: réflexion sur l'exemplarité romanesque"; Jacques Guilhembet, "Subversion de la figure paternelle dans Le Télémaque travesti"; Paul Pelckmans, "Présence du christianisme dans les romans de jeunesse"; Sandrine Aragon, "Le jeune Marivaux et ses représentations de lectrices: auteur séducteur ou féministe?"; Benoît Tane. "Quand Valville rencontre Varthon : un prince travesti?" - JOURNAUX: Annie Rivara, "Indépendance formelle et de pensée dans les articles du Mercure"; Éloïse Lièvre, "'Ceci n'est pas un journal': Marivaux et les écrits périodiques"; Laurence Mall. "Le statut ambigu du discours religieux dans les Journaux de Marivaux"; Daniel Acke, "La notion de caractère dans les Journaux"; Sarah Benharrech, "Du 'caractère' dans Le Spectateur français de Marivaux; David J. Culpin, "Le Spectateur français et la littérature morale des années 1720"; Pierre Hartmann. "Subversion esthétique et critique sociale dans Le Spectateur français" - THÉÂTRE: Jean Goldzink, "Théâtre et subversion chez Marivaux"; Jean-Paul Schneider, "De quelques 'silences de toutes couleurs': L'Île des esclaves et La Dispute"; John O'Neal, "La confusion subversive dans La Double Inconstance"; Martial Poirson, "Le tribut du plaisir: argent, pouvoir et sexualité dans La Fausse suivante (1724)"; Sheila Mason, "Le pouvoir monarchique dans Le Prince travesti"; Éric Négrel, "Marivaux utopiste: du monde renversé à la rhétorique des passions"; Maria Grazia Porcelli, "Le dernier Marivaux ou la réflexion sur le théâtre."

Montesquieu

* Montesquieu. Paris: Presses de l'Université Paris-Sorbonne (coll. «Mémoire de la critique»), 2003. 600 pp. Textes choisis et présentés par Catherine Volpilhac-Auger. Un volume de 600 pages, regroupant des textes portant sur la réception de l'œuvre de Montesquieu, de 1721 à 1796 (extraits de correspondances privées, de périodiques, d'ouvrages critiques consacrés entièrement ou partiellement à Montesquieu). ISBN: 2-84050-230-5; ISSN: 1269-7621.

Prévost

* Francis, Richard A. et Jean Mainil (édit.). l'Abbé Prévost au tournant du siècle. Oxford: Voltaire Foundation, 2000. 390 pp. ISBN: 0-7294-0733-0.

Restif de la Bretonne

Trouille, Mary. «Truth Stranger than Fiction: Wife-Abuse in Restif de la Bretonne's Ingénue Saxancour». SVEC, 1 (janvier 2003): 311-344.

Rousseau

Chabut, Marie-Hélène. «Les Confessions: canon et innovation, ou de Rousseau à Colette», dans Colette Piau-Gillot, Roland Desné et Tanguy L'Aminot (édit.), Modernité et pérennité de J. J. Rousseau. Mélanges en l'honneur de Jean-Louis Lecercle (Paris: Champion, 2002), pp. 323-337.

Sade

Wright, Angela. "European Disruptions of the Idealized Woman: Matthew Lewis's The Monk and the Marquis de Sade's La Nouvelle Justine," in Avril Horner, ed, European Gothic: A Spirited Exchange 1760-1960 (Manchest University Press, 2002). ISBN 0-7190-6043-X (cloth); 0-7190-6064-8 (paper)

Senancourt

Senancour, Étienne Pivert de. Obermann. Paris: GF-Flammarion, 2003. 572 pp. Présentation et dossier par Fabienne Bercegol. Édition de 1804.

Villedieu

* Villedieu, madame de, Mémoires de la vie de Henriette-Sylvie de Molière, Paris, Desjonquères, coll. «XVIIe siècle», 2003, 296 pp. Édition établie et présentée par René Démoris. ISBN: 2-84321-054-2.

Voltaire

Cave, Christophe. «La correspondance entre Voltaire et Mme du Deffand. "Ne parlons plus de moi, je suis ce que je hais le plus dans le monde"». Recherches & travaux, 61 (2002): 105-133.

* Choudin, Lucien. le Château de Voltaire. Deux siècles d'images. Ferney-Voltaire, 2002.

Goin, Delphine. «Le vaisseau chez Voltaire: manière de voir, manière de dire», Paris, Université de Paris-Sorbonne (Paris IV), mémoire de maîtrise, septembre 2002. 149 pp., ill. Dir.: François Moureau.

* Voltaire. Candide. New York: Michael Fine Books, 2003. Édition critique de Gita May.

* Voltaire. Candide, and Related Texts. Tr., ed. David Wootton. Hackett, 2000. 190 pp. ISBN 0-87220-546 [support materials include chronology, maps, the first version of Chapter 22, Leibniz's "Metaphysics Summarized" (1698); selections from Pope's "Essay on Man" (1733-34); materials on the Lisbon Earthquake by Rousseau & Voltaire, extracts from mss. and letters by Voltaire].

GARDEN & LANDSCAPE HISTORY

[see title by Collinson listed under History of Science]

GEOGRAPHY, CARTOGRAPHY,
TRAVEL-WRITING & VOYAGES

Donovan, M. "The intimate geography of family farms." Comparative Studies in Social History, 43, 2 (April 2001): 273-97.

* Dubbini, Renzo. Geography of the Gaze: Urban and Rural Vision in Early Modern Europe. Tr. Lydia G. Cochrane. University of Chicago Press, 2002. 272 pp., ill. ISBN 0-226-16737-2 (paper)

[see title by Wynn listed under Canada &c. - History; by Stoddard & Morinis under History of Religion]

Maps

Howarth, Richard J. "Fitting Geomagnetic Fields before the Invention of Least Squares: II. William Whiston's Isoclinic Maps of Southern England (1719-1721)." Annals of Science, 60 (January 2003): 63-84.

* Sanford, Rhonda Lemke. Maps and Memory in Early Modern England: A Sense of Place. Palgrave, 2002. 240 pp., ill. ISBN 0-312-29455-7

* Stearns, Peter N. Cultures in Motion: Mapping Key Contacts and Their Imprints in World History. Yale University Press, 2002. 128 pp., ill. ISBN 0-300-09228-2 (cloth); 0-300-08229-0 (paper)

[see also title by Swift listed under Ireland - History]

Travel & Voyages

* Foster, Shirley, & Sara Mills. An Anthology of Women's Travel Writing. Manchester University Press, 2002. 304 pp. ISBN 0-7190-5017-0 (cloth); 0-7190-5018-9 (paper)

* Hamilton, George. A Voyage Round the World in His Majesty's Frigate Pandora. Sydney, N.S.W.: Hordern House, 1998. 164 pp. ISBN 1875567224 [First printed in 1793, reissued with a foreward by Alex Allen and an essay by Peter Gesner. Hamilton was ship's surgeon.]

* Howse, Derek, editor. Background to Discovery: Pacific Exploration from Dampier to Cook. Berkeley : University of California Press, 1990. Newly available in complete online edition: http://ark.cdlib.org/ark:/13030/ft3489n8kn/

Lüsebrink, Hans-Jürgen. «Piraten-Ethnographie. Zu William Dampiers New Voyage around the World», dans Richard Van Dülmen et Sina Rauschenbach (édit.), Denkwelten um 1700. Zehn intellektuelle Profile (Cologne, Weimar et Vienne: Böhlau-Verlag, 2002), pp. 63-79.

* Whybrow, Helen, ed. Dead Reckoning: Great Adventure Writing from the Golden Age of Exploration, 1800-1900. Norton, 2002. 416 pp. ISBN 0-393-01054-6

* Williams, Glyn. Voyages of Delusion: The Quest for the Northwest Passage. Yale University Press, 2003. 467 pp., ill. ISBN 0-300-09866-9

* Ziff, Larzer. Return Passages: Great American Travel Writing, 1780-1910. Yale University Press, 2001. 320 pp., ill. ISBN 0-300-08236-3

Web Resources

¥ Répertoires bibliographiques des guides et récits de voyage de Français en Grande-Bretagne et de Britanniques en France -- Centre de recherches interculturelles sur les domaines anglophones et francophones, Université Paris 13 -- http://www.univ-paris13.fr/CRIDAF/Voyages.htm

[see also title by Neill listed under England - Literature; by Banerjee under India - History; by O'Loughlin under Russia-History]

GERMANY, AUSTRIA, PRUSSIA - HISTORY

Finlay, M. "New sources, new theses, and new organizations in the new Germany: Recent research on the history of german agriculture." Agricultural History, 75, 3 (Summer 2991): 279-307.

Paret, P. "Three perspectives on art as a force in German history." Central European History, 34, 1 (2001): 83-89.

Rebel, H. "What do the peasants want now? Realists and fundamentalists in Swiss and South German rural politics, 1650-1750." Central European History, 34, 3 (2001): 313-56. With D.M. Luebke, "Symbols, serfdom, and peasant factions: A response to Hermann Rebel," 357-82; & A. Suter, "Theories and methods for a social history of historical events: A reply to Hermann Rebel," 383-418.

Wilson, P.H. "The politics of military recruitment in eighteenth-century Germany." English Historical Review, 117, 472 (June 2002): 536-68.

GERMANY & GERMAN SPEAKING COUNTRIES - LANGUAGE & LITERATURE

Goethe

Hamlin, C. "Faust in performance." Theater, 32, 1 (2002): 116-36 [Peter Stein production].

Hov, L. "The Women of the Roman stage: As Goethe saw them." Theatre History Studies, 21 (2001): 61-79.

Grimms

* Zipes, Jack. The Brothers Grimm: From Enchanted Forests to the Modern World. 2nd ed. Palgrave, 2002. 336 pp. ISBN 1-4039-6065-8 (cloth); 0-312-29380-1 (paper)

Lessing

[see title by Worvill listed under France - Literature - Diderot]

Schiller

[see title by Duffy listed under England - Literature - Radcliffe]

HISTORIOGRAPHY

Adas, M. "From settler colony to global hegemony: Integrating the exceptionalist narrative of the American experience into world history." American History Review, 106, 5 (December 2001): 1692-1720.

Bin Wong, R. "The search for European differences and domination in the early modern world: A view from Asia." American History Review, 107, 2 (April 2002): 447-69.

Canning, C. "'I am a feminist scholar': The performative of feminist history." Theatre Research International, 26, 3 (October 2001): 223-232.

Coleman, Patrick. «Constant and the Froissement of Form». Historical Reflections/Réflexions historiques, 28, 3 (automne 2002): 385-96.

Collett, J. "Annual list of articles on agrarian history, 2000." Agricultural History Review, 50, 1 (2002): 107-120.

Collett, J. "Annual list of articles on agrarian history, 1999." Agricultural History Review, 49, 1 (2001): 79-88.

Dean, R. "Tradition, cause and effect, and the cultural history of international relations." Diplomatic History, 24, 4 (Fall 2000): 615-22.

* Gallagher, Catherine, & Stephen Greenblatt. Practicing New Historicism. University of Chicago Press, 2000. 250 pp., ill. ISBN: 0-226-27935-9 (paper)

* Kelley, Donald R. The Descent of Ideas: The History of Intellectual History. Ashgate, 2002.

* Kelley, Donald R. Faces of History: Historical Inquiry from Herodotus to Herder. Yale University Press, 1999. 352 pp. ISBN 0-300-07308-9 (cloth); 0-300-07558 (paper).

* Kelley, Donald R. Fortunes of History: Historical Inquiry from Herder to Huizinga. Yale University Press, 2003. 448 pp. ISBN 0-300-09578-3

* Mali, Joseph. Mythistory: The Making of a Modern Historiography. University of Chicago Press, 2003. 328 pp. ISBN 0-226-50262-7

* Porter, Andrew, ed. Bibliography of Imperial, Colonial, and Commonwealth History since 1600. Oxford University Press, 2002. 1082 pp.

Reid, Donald. "Towards a social history of suffering: dignity, misery and disrespect." Social History, 27, 3 (September 2002): 343-58.

Rosenwein, B.H. "Worrying about emotions in history." American History Review, 107, 3 (June 2002): 821-45 [review essay].

Schwartz, V.R. "Walter Benjamin for historians." American History Review, 106, 5 (December 2001): 1721-43 [review essay].

Steinberg, T. "Down to earth: Nature, agency, and power in history." American History Review, 107, 3 (June 2002): 798-820.

Szijártó, István. ""Four Arguments for Microhistory." Rethinking History, 6, 2 (June, 2002): 209-16.

Tracy, J.D. "Believers, non-believers and the historian's unspoken assumptions." Catholic Historical Review, 86, 3 (July 2000): 403 ff.

* Wilson, John, & Andrew Popp, eds. Districts, Networks and Clusters, 1750-1970. Ashgate, 2003.

Wolfe, P. "Land, labor, and difference: Elementary structures of race." American History Review, 106, 3 (June 2001): 866-905.

American History Review, 106, 4 (October 2001) includes a special forum, "Creating National Identities in a Revolutionary Era." Titles include D.A. Bell, "The unbearable lightness of being French: Law, republicanism and national identity at the end of the old regime" (1215); D. Wahrman, "The English problem of identity in the American revolution" (1236); A.W. Robertson, "'Look on this picture ... and on this!' Nationalism, localism, and partisan images of otherness in the United States, 1787-1820" (1263), and B. Anderson, "To what can late eighteenth-century French, British, and American anxieties be compared? Comment on three papers" (1281-1289).

§ American History Review, 105, 4 (October 2000) includes a special section of review essays entitled "Orientalism Twenty Years On." Titles include A.J. Rotter, "Saidism without Said: Orientalism and US diplomatic history" (1205-17); K.E. Fleming, "Orientalism, the Balkans, and Balkan historiography" (1218-33); K. Biddick, "Coming out of exile: Dante on the Orient(alism) express" (1234-49).

§ The European Legacy, 7, 6 (December 2002) is a special issue on post-colonial theory. Titles include Rajeev Patke, "Back to the Future: the Post- in the- Colonial" (693-6); Farid Laroussi, "Literature in Migration" (709); Subhash Jaireth, "Looking for Asia and Europe in Russia: an Essay in/with Three Maps" (723); Aniket Jaaware, "Of Demons and Angels and Historical Humans: Some Events and Questions in Translation and Post-colonial Theory" (735); Zaheer Baber, "Orientalism, Occidentalism, Nativism: the Culturalist Quest for Indigenous Science and Knowledge" (747); Syed Farid Alata, "Eurocentrism and the Role of the Human Sciences in the Dialogue among Civilizations" (759); Neil Lazarus, "The Politics of Postcolonial Modernism" (771); R. Radhakrishnan, "Derivative Discourses and the Problem of Signification" (783); Srilata Ravi, "Figuring the East" (797).

Web Resources

¥ International Association of Labour History Institutions -Sources for Women's and Gender History: a valuable international metapage, available: http://www.ialhi.org/gender/

HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE

* Hersey, George L. Architecture and Geometry in the Age of the Baroque. University of Chicago Press, 2001. 274 pp., ill. ISBN 0-226-32784-1 (paper)

Kaplan, B.J. "Fictions of privacy: House chapels and the spatial accommodation of religious dissent in early modern Europe." American History Review, 107, 4 (October 2002): 1031-64.

* Maynard, W. Barksdale. Architecture in the United States: 1800-1850. Yale University Press, 2002. 336 pp., ill. ISBN 0-300-09383-7

Pierce, Christopher. "The City Delineated: Aesthetic and Ideological Aspects of Colonial Discourse in New York ." Ph.D. dissertation, Department of Architecture, University of Edinburgh, December 2002. Dir. Iain Boyd Whyte & Richard B. Coyne. For abstract see: http://www.fas.harvard.edu/~atlantic/dissabs.html#pierce

* Ruffinière du Prey, Pierre de la. Hawksmoor's London Churches. University of Chicago Press, 2000. 180 pp. ISBN 0-226-17303-8 (paper)

Sanabria, S.L. "Perils of certitude in the structural analysis of historic masonry buildings." Annals of Science, 57, 4 (October 2000): 447-53 [review essay].

[see also title by Choudin listed under France - Literature - Voltaire; by Graham listed under History of Law]

HISTORY OF ART

* Harris, Dianne. The Nature of Authority: Villa Culture, Landscape, and Representation in Eighteenth-Century Lombardy. Pennsylvania State University Press, 2003. 280 pp. ISBN 0-271-02216-7

* Hughes-Hallett, Penelope. The Immortal Dinner: A Famous Evening of Genius and Laughter in Literary London, 1817. New Amsterdam: Ivan R. Dee, 2002. 360 pp. ISBN 1-56131-071-9 [Benjamin Robert Haydon's 1817 dinner celebrating his new studio and exhibiting his new painting, Christ's Entry into Jerusalem; guests included Wordsworth, Keats, Charles Lamb, surgeon Joseph Ritchie, engraver John Landseer, & Tom Monkhouse]

* Hunt, Tamara. Defining John Bull: Caricature, Politics, and National Identity in Late Georgian England. Brookfield, VT: Ashgate, 2003. 288 pp., ill.

* Lebrun Jouve, Claudine. Nicolas-Antoine Taunay 1755-1830. Paris: Arthena, Association pour la diffusion de l'histoire de l'art, 2003. 448 pp., ill. ISBN: 2-903239-36-3. [see also title by Scheer listed under History of Religion - Christianity - Roman Catholic]

* Ribner, Jonathan P. Broken Tablets: The Cult of the Law in French Art from David to Delacroix. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1993. Newly available in a complete online edition: http://ark.cdlib.org/ark:/13030/ft4x0nb2dg/

* Saisselin, Rémy G. The Enlightenment Against the Baroque: Economics and Aesthetics in the Eighteenth Century. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1992. Newly available in complete online edition: http://ark.cdlib.org/ark:/13030/ft0779n6fb/

Hogarth

Steintrager, James A. "Monstrous Appearances: Hogarth's Four Stages of Cruelty and the Paradox of Inhumanity." The Eighteenth Century: Theory and Interpretation, 42, 1 (Spring 2001): 59-82.

Japan

* Hockley, Allen. The Prints of Isoda Koryusai: Floating World Culture and Its Consumers in Eighteenth-Century Japan. University of Washington Press, 2003. ISBN 0-295-98301-9

* Kobayashi, Tadashi. An Enduring Vision: 17th- to 20th-Century Japanese Painting from the Gitter-Yelen Collection. Ed. Lisa Rotondo-McCord. University of Washington Press, 2003. 320 pp. ISBN 0-89494-087-2

Tiepolo

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

HISTORY OF CLOTHING, COSTUME, FASHION

* Baumgarten, Linda. What Clothes Reveal: The Language of Clothing in Colonial and Federal America. Yale University Press & the Colonial Williamsbyrg Foundation, 2002. 256 pp., ill. ISBN 0-300-09580-5

"Flip your wig." American Heritage, 52, 2 (April 2001): 20 [Colonial Williamsburg's first authentic 18th-century wig].

* Ribeiro, Aileen. Dress in Eighteenth-Century Europe 1715-1789. Rev. ed. Yale University Press, 2002. 318 pp. ISBN 0-300-09151-6

[see also title by Spufford listed under Economics]

HISTORY OF EDUCATION

Benson, Malcolm J. "Port-Royal and the seventeenth-century paradigm shift in language teaching." History of Education, 31, 6 (November 2002): 521-34.

Danushevskaya, Anna V. "The formation of a Renaissance nobleman: William Cecil, 2nd Earl of Salisbury 1591-1668." History of Education, 31, 6 (November 2002): 505-20.

Freyer, H.-P. Michael. "Naturkunde an europaischen Primarschulen (1770-1945). Wurzburger Medizinhistorische Mitteilungen, 21 (2002): 262-67.

Lowe, Roy. "Do we still need history of education: is it central or peripheral?" History of Education, 31, 6 (November 2002): 491-504.

[see title by Schuurman listed under Philosophy - Locke]

HISTORY OF LAW

* Graham, Clare. Ordering Law: The Architectural and Social History of the English Law Court to 1914. Ashgate, 2003.

* Shapiro, Barbara J. Beyond Reasonable Doubt and Probable Cause: Historical Perspectives on the Anglo-American Law of Evidence. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1991. Newly available in complete online edition: http://ark.cdlib.org/ark:/13030/ft409nb30v/

Wareing, John. "Preventive and punitive regulation in seventeenth-century social policy: conflicts of interest and the failure to make 'stealing and transporting Children, and other Persons' a felony, 1645-73." Social History, 27, 3 (September 2002): 288-308.

Web Resources

¥ The Proceedings of the Old Bailey - Between 1670 and 1834 the proceedings of the central criminal court in London, the Old Bailey, were published eight times a year. These records detail 100,000 trials, and include over 60,000 pages of text. They represent the largest single source of information about non-elite lives ever published, and provide a wealth of detail about everyday life, as well as hugely valuable evidence for the history of crime. A transcription of this material, along with scanned images of the original pages, is now available free of charge to users throughout the world. You can search for entries in specific fields, such as crime, or defendant's occupation, or search the whole text for any word or text string. It is possible to tabulate specific fields, such as sex of defendant by type of crime, and generate results as either tables or graphs. Information on related documents and sources found in the libraries and archives of London can also be linked to each trial, creating a trail of information leading from the internet to original source material. (The website currently covers December 1714 to December 1759. Trials from 1760 to 1799 will be available in the late Spring of 2003; from 1674 to October 1714 in the Autumn of 2003; and 1800 to 1834 in the Spring of 2004, when an international conference will take place to mark the completion of the project.) - available: http://www.oldbaileyonline.org

[see also title by Naphy listed under History of Sexuality; by Kizik under Poland - History]

HISTORY OF LINGUISTICS & TRANSLATION

Hayes, Julie C. "Look But Don't Read: Chinese Characters and the Translating Drive from John Wilkins to Peter Greenaway." MLQ: A Journal of Literary History, 60 (1999): 353-77.

Stackelberg, Juergen von. «La traduction dans l'Europe française», dans Peter-Eckhard Knabe, Roland Mortier et François Moureau (édit.), l'Aube de la modernité 1680-1760 (Amsterdam et Philadelphie: John Benjamins [coll. «Comparative History of Literatures in European Languages», 16], 2002). ISBN: 1 58811 100 8; 90 272 3449 3

HISTORY OF MATHEMATICS

Costa, Shelley. "The Ladies' Diary: Gender, Mathematics, and Civil Society in Early Eighteenth-Century England." Osiris, 17 (2002).

Costa, Shelley. "Marketing Mathematics in Early Eighteenth-Century England: Henry Beighton, Certainty, and the Public Sphere." History of Science, 40, 2 (2002): 211-32.

Dobson, G.J. "On lemmas 1 and 2 to proposition 39 of Book 3 of Newton's Principia." Archives for History of the Exact Sciences, 55, 4 (2000): 345-63.

Eckert, M. "Euler and the fountains of Sans Souci." Archives for the History of the Exact Sciences, 56, 6 (November 2002): 451-68.

Ferraro, G. "Convergence and formal manipulation of series from the origins of calculus to about 1730." Annals of Science, 59, 2 (April 2002): 179-99.

Kjeldsen, T.H. "Different motivations and goals in the historical development of the theory of systems of linear inequalities." Archives for the History of the Exact Sciences, 56, 6 (November 2002): 469-538.

Landry-Deron, I. "Mathematicians sent to China by Louis XIV in 1685." Archives for the History of the Exact Sciences, 55, 5 (2001): 423-63.

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

Spalt, D.D. "Cauchy's continuum: A historiographic approach via Cauchy's sum theorem." Archives for the History of the Exact Sciences, 56, 4 (June 2002): 285-338.

Stedall, J.A. "The discovery of wonders: Reading between the lines of John Wallis's Arithmetica infinitorum." Archives for the History of the Exact Sciences, 56, 1 (2001): 1-28.

Weinstock, R. "Inverse-square orbits in Newton's Principia and twentieth-century commentary thereon." Archives for the History of Exact Sciences, 55, 2 (2000): 137-62.

HISTORY OF MEDICINE

Artiaga, Mercedes Pascual. "La Ciudad Ante el Contagio: Medidas Politicas y Administrativas Dictades en la Epidemia de Fiebre Amarilla de 1804 en Alicante." Asclepio, 54, 1 (2002): 12-153.

* Baly, Monica, & Muriel Skeet. A History of Nursing at the Middlesex Hospital, 1745-1990. London: Middlesex Hospital Nurses Benevolent Fund, 2000. 167 pp. ISBN 1902481143

Baskett, Thomas F. "Edward Rigby (1747-1821) of Norwich and his 'Essay on the uterine haemorrhage." Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine, 95, 12 (December 2002): 618-622, ill.

Braga, Isabel, & M.R. Mendes Drumond. "Medicina Popular versus Medicina Universitaria en el Portugal de Juan V (1706-1750)." Dynamis, 22 (2002): 209-33.

Cockerill, A.W. "The Royal Military Asylum (1803-1815)." Journal of the Society for Army Historical Research, 79 (2001): 25-44.

Coleman, William O. "The Significance of John Locke's Medical Studies for his Economic Thought." History of Political Economy, 32, 4 (2000): 711-31.

Derrick, Sharon McCormick. "Plague and Pestilence in Colonial Louisiana and Texas, 1777-1778." PhD dissertation, Texas A&M University, 2001. 173 pp.

De Vos, Paula Susan. "The Art of Pharmacy in Seventeenth- and Eighteenth-Century Mexico." PhD Dissertation, University of California, Berkeley, 2001. 466 pp.

* Dornyei, Sandor. A Magyar Orvostorteneti Irodalom, 1715-1944. Budapest: Magyar Tudomanytorteneti Intezet, 2002.

Fournier, Josette. "Une Femme Pharmacien en 1778." Revue d'histoire de la Pharmacie, 50 (2002): 323.

Gallart, Mikel Astrain. "La Practica Medica en el Medio Rural Castellano: el 'Memorial' de Vicente Crespo (1785)." Dynamis, 22 (2002): 461-72.

Granjel, Mercedes. "Medicos y Cirujanos en Extremadura a Finales del Siglo XVIII." Dynamis, 22 (2002): 151-87.

* Healy, Margaret. Fictions of Disease in Early Modern England: Bodies, Plagues and Politics. Palgrave, 2002. 291 pp. ISBN 0-333-96399-7

Hernandez-Saenz, Luz Maria. "Matters of Life and Death: The Hospital of San Pedro in Puebla, 1790-1802." Bulletin of the History of Medicine, 76, 4 (Winter 2002): 669-97.

* Inwood, Stephen. The Man Who Knew Too Much: The Inventive Life of Robert Hooke, 1635-1703. London: Macmillan, 2002. 485 pp. ISBN 0333782860

Ishida, Sumio. "A Study of J.A. Kulmus (1689-1745), the Author of Anatomische Tabellen, Translated into Japanese as Kaitai-Shinsho." Nihon Ishigaku Zasshi, 48, 1 (March 2002): 31-51 [Japanese].

Jenkins, J.S. "Dr. John Rogerson: A Physician at the Court of Catherine the Great." Journal of Medical Biography. 10, 4 (November 2002): 189-93.

John, C. "The 210th Anniversary of the Medical School Hospital in Prague, at the Carolinium, 4 June 2001." Sb Lek, 102, 4 (2001): 451-53 [Czech].

Kaplan, Peter W. "The Real Dr. Frankenstein: Christian Gottlieb Kratzenstein?" Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine, 95, 11 (2002): 577-78.

Kretzenbacher, Leopold. "Gedanken zur Schlierseer Pestfahne von 1731." Zeitschrift fur Bayerische Landesgeschichte. 63 (2000): 975-90.

Lepreau, Frank J. "Clinical Investigation in the 18th Century." New England Journal of Medicine, 347, 9 (2003): 692 ff.

Li, J. "Fire as medicine: The 'fire' section of Bencao Gangmu." Bulletin of the Institute of History and Philology Academia Sinica, 73, 3 (September 2002): 395-420.

Lin, F.S. "Medical knowledge and uses of hair in traditional China." Bulletin of the Institute of History and Philology Academia Sinica, 71: 1 (March 2000): 67-127.

Marby, Jean-Pierre. "Le Personnel Medical de l'Arrondissement de Rethel: Sage-Femme, Chirurgien, Medecin, Officier de Sante Veterinaire-1750-1814." Revue historique ardennaise, 32 (1998): 97-149.

Massey, Owen. "Treasures of the Library. 29, William Rowley (1743-1806): Cow-Pox Inoculation No Security Against Small-Pox Infection [London, 1805]." Bulletin of the Royal College of Surgeons of England, 84, 9 (October 2002).

* Passmore, Reginald. Fellows of Edinburgh's College of Physicians during the Scottish Enlightenment. Edinburgh: Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh, 2001. 132 pp. ISBN 0854050574

Podgórska-Klawe, Zofia. "Zwiazki pomiedzy chorym a lekarzem na przelomie." Archiwum historii i filozofii medycyny, 65, 2-3 (2002): 343-57 [abstract in German].

Purdie D.W., & N. Gow. "The Maladies of James Boswell, Advocate." Journal of the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh, 32, 3 (2002): 197-202.

* Rusnock, Andrea A. Vital Accounts: Quantifying Health and Population in Eighteenth-Century England and France. Cambridge University Press, 2002. 300 pp.

Sanz, Pilar León. "Las consultas médicas en la España del siglo XVIII: razones de su existencia." Asclepio, 54, 2 (2002): 61-82 [in Spanish, with English abstract].

Schafer, Daniel. "'That Senescence Itself is an Illness': A Transitional Medical Concept of Age and Ageing in the Eighteenth Century." Medical History, 46, 4 (October 2002): 525-48.

Spiers, C.H. "Sidelights on the Supply of Drugs to Pre-Revolutionary Virginia." Pharmaceutical Historian, 32, 2 (June 2002): 18-25.

* Stead, Jennifer. The Diary of a Quack Doctor: Being the Last Diary of John Swift, Aurist, of Newsome, Huddeersfield, 1784-1851. Huddersfield, England: Huddersfield Local History Society, 2002. 132 pp. ISBN 095091343X

Stengaard, Mette, & Poul R. Kruse. "Drug Therapy in the Official Danish Plague Instructions, 1619-1709." Pharmacy in History, 44, 3 (2002): 95-104.

* Sturdy, Steve, ed. Medicine, Health, and the Public Sphere in Britain, 1600-2000. London: Routledge, 2002. 298 pp. ISBN 0415279062

Terazawa, Yuki. "Gender, Knowledge, and Power: Reproductive Medicine in Japan, 1790-1930." Ph.D. dissertation, UCLA, 2001. 405 pp.

* Thomas, William E. Dr. Johann Hunczovsky, surgeon, 1752-1798: Life, Work, Times. Melbourne: [The author?], 2002. 175 pp., ill., maps.

Trepardoux, Francis. "Denis Ballière (1729-1800): Pharmacien, Litterateur et Theoricien de la Musique." Revue d'histoire de la pharmacie, 50, 333 (2002): 320-322.

Utting, J.E., W.E. Bickerstaffe, & J.M. Hunter. "Matthew Turner: Surgeon-Apothecary of 18th-Century Liverpool. His Life and Background." Journal of Medical Biography, 10, 2 (May 2002): 63-68.

Vezole, Jean. "Prescriptions médicales au XVIIIe siècle." Revue de la Haute-Auvergne, 63 (2001): 183-185.

Waller, John C. "'The Illusion of an Explanation': The Concept of Hereditary Disease, 1770-1870." Journal of the History of Medicine and the Allied Sciences, 57, 4 (October 2002): 410-448.

Wallis, Patrick. "Charity, Politics and the Establishment of York County Hospital: A 'Party Job'?" Northern History, 38, 2 (2001): 241-60.

Weaver, Karol Kovalovich. "The Enslaved Healers of Eighteenth-Century Saint Domingue." Bulletin of the History of Medicine, 76, 3 (Fall 2002): 429-60.

* Williams, Elizabeth A. A Cultural History of Medical Vitalism in Enlightenment Montpellier. Ashgate, 2003.

* Winkler, Andreas. Aspekte Burgerlichen Lebens: am Beispiel einer Innsbrucker Apothekerfamille Zwischen 1750 und 1850. Innsbruck: Universitatsverlag Wagner, 2001. 208 pp. ISBN 3703003618

* Wroughton, John. Mr. Colston's Hospital: The History of Colston's School, Bristol, 1710-2002. Bristol: Society of Merchant Venturers of Bristol, 2002. 406 pp. ISBN 0950428124

Wyrobisz, A. "Misericordia pestis tempore: Attitudes and behaviour during pestilences in early modern Poland." Acta Poloniæ Historica, 81(2000): 165-181.

Web Resources

¥ "'Bring Back Your Party Safe': Medicine and Health on the Lewis and Clark Expedition" - an online exhibition created by Historical Collections & Services staff of the University of Virginia's Claude Moore Health Sciences Library; available: http://www.med.virginia.edu/hs-library/historical/lewis_clark/

[see also title by Hamilton listed under Geography - Travel & Voyages; by Levere under History of Science; by Allen under History of Sexuality]

Psychology, Madness, Mental Conditions, &c.

* Andrews, Jonathan, & Andrew Scull. Customers and Patrons of the Mad-Trade: The Management of Lunacy in Eighteenth-Century London, With the Complete Text of John Monro's 1766 Case Book. University of California Press, 2003. 209 pp., ill. ISBN: 0520226607

Houston, R.A. "Madness and gender in the long eighteenth century." Social History, 27, 3 (September 2002): 309-26.

Mazek, D. "The wardship of the mentally ill in the Polish-Lithuanian commonwealth in the second half of the 18th century." Acta Poloniæ Historica, 83 (2001): 96-122.

Salmon, Tamar. "Mad Women and Divorce among Polish Jews in the 17th and 18th Centuries." Gal'ed, 17 (2000): 37-61 [in Hebrew]

HISTORY OF MUSIC

Blichmann, D. "Reflections on music at the Venetian ospedali in the 17th and 18th centuries." Acta Musicologica, 74, 1 (2002): 77-99.

Fabian, D. "The meaning of authenticity and the early music movement: A historical review." International Review of the Aesthetics and Sociology of Music, 32, 2 (December 2001): 153-67.

Fisher, A.J. "Song, confession, and criminality: Trial records as sources for popular musical culture in early modern Europe." Journal of Musicology, 18, 4 (Fall 2001): 616-57.

Bach, J.S.

Cammarota, R.M. "On the performance of "quia respexit . . . omnes generationes' from J.S. Bach's Magnificat." Journal of Musicology, 18, 3 (Summer 2001): 458-89.

Hall, C. "Of Bach and courante tempos." Clavier, 41, 6 (July-August 2002): 23-25.

Bach, Sons of

Van Allen-Russell, Ann. "'For instruments not intended': The Second J. C. Bach Lawsuit." Music & Letters, 83 (2002): 3-29.

Beethoven

Canton, B. "Lessons in musicianship from Beethoven's 'Ecossaise.'" Clavier, 41, 6 (July-August 2002): 26-27.

Cavell, S. "Impressions of revolution." Musical Quarterly, 85, 2 (Summer 2001): 264-73.

Montparker, C. "Carillon." Clavier, 41, 8 (October 2002): 47 [Sonata 28, Op.101 in A Major].

Timmers, R.; R. Ashley, P. Desain, et al. "Timing of ornaments in the theme from Beethoven's paisiello variations: Empirical data and a model." Music Perception, 20, 1 (Fall 2002): 3-33.

Wason, R.W. "Two Bach preludes, Two Chopin etudes, or 'Toujours travailler Bach, ce sera votre meilleur moyen de progresser.'" Music Theory Spectrum, 24, 1 (Spring 2002): 103-20.

§ Clavier, 41, 4 (April, 2002) is a special "Beethoven Celebration" issue marking the 200th anniversary of the Moonlight Sonata. Titles include G. Kiorpes, "Lost treasures in a bookstore with a march possibly by Beethoven" (6); Beethoven's "Trauer-Marsch" (10); D. Elder, "Lessons in Beethoven sonatas from master pianist Ian Hobson" (13); E. Kramer. "Beethoven's 'Moonlight Sonata' glows brightly after 200 years" (20); and W. Meredith, "For the love of Beethoven" [on the Ira F. Brilliant Center for Beethoven Studies, San Jose State University] (27).

Ethnomusicology

Marian-Balasa, M. "Romanian ethnomusicologies: A briefly commented bibliography of academic literature published in international languages." World Music, 43, 2-3 (2001): 259-303.

Handel

Aspden, S. "'Fam'd Handel breathing, tho' transformed to stone': The composer as monument." Journal of the American Musicological Society, 55, 1 (Spring 2002): 39-90.

Cowgill, R. "The Halifax Judas: The provenance of a newly-discovered Handel arrangement." Musical Times, 143, 1878 (Spring 2002): 19-36.

Potter, P.M. "The politicization of Handel and his oratorios in the Weimar Republic, the Third Reich, and the early years of the German Democratic Republic." Musical Quarterly, 85, 2 (Summer 2001): 311-41.

Haydn

Lowe, M. "Falling from grace: Irony and expressive enrichment in Haydn's symphonic minuets." Journal of Musicology, 19, 1 (Winter 2002): 171-221.

Instruments

"Beethoven's viola sounds once more." Strad, 113, 1344 (April 2002): 344 [Sebastian Dollinger viola played in Bonn court orchestra].

Dalton, D. "A Primrose viola mistaken." Strad, 113, 1345 (May 2002): 463 [gift of Gagliona violin to University of Michigan not an Amati].

Dilworth, J. "Faking it: Who mutilated this rare c.1710 viola by Alessandro Gagliano to look like a del Gesu?" Strad, 113, 1349 (September 2002): 968 ff.

"The first edition of Rodolphe Kreutzer's 40 études ou caprices (1796)." Strad, 112, 1338 (October 2001): 1132.

Hargrave, R. "Shine on." Strad, 112, 1340 (December 2000): 1374 ff. [1712 Davidov cello; Stradivari varnish].

"Heifetz violin speaks again." Strad, 113, 1349 (September 2002): 904 [Barantschik to play 1742 "David" del Gesu].

Kass, P.J. "Work in progress." Strad, 113, 1349 (September 2002): 960-61 [François Lupot bows, c.1820].

Leonhard, F. "A 1726 violin by Carlo Tononi." Strad, 112, 1337 (September 2001): 962-63.

Pieters, J. "The Strad: The 'Messiah' violin." Strad, 112, 1336 (August 2001): 813; "Stranger than fiction," Strad, 112, 1336 (August 2001): 834 ff. [Is the "Messiah" the greatest Strad or historical mistake?].

Rattray, D. "Winged discovery." Strad, 113, 1348 (August 2002): 846-47 [recently identified Andrea Guarneri viola, c. 1690, resembles "Primrose" Guarneri.

Saunders, J. "Ready for mass." Strad, 113, 1347 (July 2002): 742-43 [1779 Krems violin by Magnus Anton Fichtl made for Austrian church].

"Unknown Guarneri viola is genuine, say experts." Strad, 113, 1344 (April 2002): 344 [c.1690 contralto viola]

Mozart(s)

Keefe, S.P, "A complementary pair: Stylistic experimentation in Mozart's final piano concertos, K.537 in D and K.595 in B-Flat." Journal of Musicology, 18, 4 (Fall 2001): 658-84.

Lowe, M. "Claiming Amadeus: Classical feedback in American media." American Music, 20, 1 (Spring 2002): 102-119.

Medicis, F.D. "Singing to be heard: The duet of influence in Mozart's operas." Acta Musicologica, 74, 1 (2002): 35-54.

Ridgewell, Rupert. "Mozart's Publishing Plans with Artaria in 1787: New Archival Evidence." Music & Letters, 83 (2002): 30-75.

Opera

* Rosand, Ellen. Opera in Seventeenth-Century Venice: The Creation of a Genre. Berkeley : University of California Press, 1991. Newly available in complete online edition: http://ark.cdlib.org/ark:/13030/ft3199n7sm/

Purcell

Miller, A. "The Roman triumph in Purcell's odes." Music & Letters, 83, 3 (August 2002): 371-82.

Schmalfeldt, J. "In search of Dido." Journal of Musicology, 18, 4 (Fall 2001): 584-615 [Dido and Aeneas].

Theory & Criticism

Barbieri, P. "The birth of the 'continuous' theory of consonance: The ignored curve of Draghetti, Fodera, and Helmholtz." Acta Musicologica, 74, 1 (2002): 55-75.

Elder, D. "Colorful augmented Sixth chords add drama and intensity to music." Clavier, 41, 7 (September 2002): 11-18 [the Neapolitan Sixth in Bach, Mozart, Haydn, Beethoven, & others].

Fournier, K. "Toward an epistemological model for music theory." Journal of Musicological Research, 20, 4 (2001): 391-412.

Horton, J. "Postmodernism and the critique of musical analysis." Musical Quarterly, 85, 2 (Summer 2001): 342-66.

Riley, M. "Civilizing the savage: Johann Georg Sulzer and the 'aesthetic force' of music." Journal of the Royal Musicological Association, 127, 1 (2002): 1-22.

Riley, M. "Straying from nature: The labyrinthine harmonic theory of Diderot and Bemetzrieder's Lecons de clavecin (1771)." Journal of Musicology, 19, 1 (Winter 2002): 3-38.

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

HISTORY OF RELIGION

Bell, D.G. "Allowed irregularities: Women preachers in the early 19th-century Maritimes." Acadiensis, 30, 2 (Spring 2001): 3-39.

* Christie, Nancy, ed. Households of Faith. Family, Gender, and Community in Canada, 1760-1969. Montréal & Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press (McGill-Queen's Studies in the History of Religion), 2003. 408 pp. ISBN: 0-7735-2330-8 (paper); 0-7735-2271-9 (cloth).

Douglas, B. "Encounters with the enemy? Academic readings of missionary narratives on Melanesians." Comparative Studies in Social History, 43, 1 (January 2001): 37-64.

Dubois, L. "Vodou and history." Comparative Studies in Social History, 43, 1 (January 2001): 92-100.

Key, J.P. "The calumet and the cross: Religious encounters in the Lower Mississippi Valley." Arkansas Historical Quarterly, 61, 2 (Summer 2002): 152-68.

* Meigs, Samantha A. The Reformations in Ireland: Tradition and Confessionalism, 1400-1690. St. Martin's Press, 1997. xii, 209 pp:, maps. ISBN: 0312175825

* Stoddard, Robert H., & Alan Morinis, eds. Sacred Places, Sacred Spaces: The Geography of Pilgrimages. Geoscience Publications, Dept. of Geography & Anthropology, Louisiana State University, 1997. 323 pp., ill., maps. ISBN: 0938909665

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

Christianity - Orthodox

Petkov, P.S. "The Orthodox Church and governmental power in the principality of Bulgaria." Bulgarian History Review - Revue bulgaire historique, 3-4 (200-): 54-75.

Christianity - Protestant - Anglican

Kolbrener, William. "The Charge of Socinianism: Charles Leslie's High Church Defense of 'True Religion.'" Journal Of The Historical Society, 3, 1 (Winter 2003).

[see title by Giffin listed under England - Literature - Austen; by O'Regan under Ireland - History]

Christianity - Protestant - Independent, Nonconformist, Evangelical

* Edwards, Jonathan. A Jonathan Edwards Reader. Ed. John E. Smith, Harry S. Stout, & Kenneth P. Minkema. Yale University Press, 2003. 384 pp. ISBN 0-300-09838-3 (paper).

* Edwards, Jonathan. The Sermons of Jonathan Edwards. Ed. W.H. Kimnach, K.P. Minkema, & D.A. Sweemey. Yale University Press, 1999. 336 pp. ISBN 0-300-07766-1 (cloth); 0-300-07768-8 (paper.)

* Edwards, Jonathan. The Works of Jonathan Edwards. Vol.20: The "Miscellanies," 835-1152. Ed. Amy Plantings Pauw. Yale University Press, 2002. 592 pp., ill. ISBN 0-300-08174-5 [1745-51, during the controversies with his Northampton congregation that culminated with his dismissal].

* Edwards, Jonathan. The Works of Jonathan Edwards. Vol. 21: Writings on the Trinity, Grace, and Faith. Ed. San Hyun Lee. Yale University Press, 2003. 592 pp., ill. ISBN 0-300-09505-8

* Edwards, Jonathan. The Works of Jonathan Edwards. Vol. 22: Sermons and Discourses, 1739-1742. Ed. Nathan O. Hatch * Harry S. Stout, with Kyle P. Farley. Yale University Press, 2003. 608 pp., ill. ISBN 0-300-08752-4 [includes transcription of ms. and 1st printed ed. of Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God].

* Greaves, Richard L. God's Other Children: Protestant Nonconformists and the Emergence of Denominational Churches in Ireland, 1660-1700. Stanford University Press, 1997. xii, 472 pp. ISBN: 0804728216

* Marsden, George M. Jonathan Edwards: A Life. Yale University Press, 2003. 640 pp., ill. ISBN: 0-300-09693-3

Christianity - Protestant - Presbyterian

Grigg, John. "The Lives of David Brainerd.." Ph.D., University of Kansas, December 2002. Dir. Peter C. Mancall, Paul Kelton, N. Ray Hiner, Donald Fixico, and Timothy Miller. [SSPCK missionary to the Delaware Nation.] For abstract see http://www.fas.harvard.edu/~atlantic/dissabs.html#grigg

Christianity - Protestant - Puritan

Engel, Katherine Carté. "Of Heaven and Earth: Religion and Economic Activity among Bethlehem's Moravians, 1741-1800." Ph.D. dissertation, 2003, University of Wisconsin. Dir. Charles Cohen. For abstract see: http://www.fas.harvard.edu/~atlantic/dissabs.html#engel

* Gordis, Lisa M. Opening Scripture: Bible Reading and Interpretive Authority in Puritan New England. University of Chicago Press, 2002. 272 pp. ISBN 0-226-30412-4

Christianity - Protestant - Quaker

Greaves, R.L. "Seditious sectaries or 'sober and useful inhabitants'? Changing conceptions of the Quakers in early modern Britain." Albion, 33, 1 (Spring 2001): 24-50.

Christianity - Roman Catholic

Codignola, L. "Competing networks: Roman Catholic ecclesiastics in French North America, 1610-58." Canadian Historical Review, 80, 4 (December 1999): 539-84.

Flynn, J.T. "Contrasting similarities: Bishops Troy and Lisovskii in Ireland and Belorussia in the age of the French Revolution." Catholic Historical Review, 87, 2 (April 2001): 214-28.

Maggs, B.W. "Science, mathematics and reason: The missionary methods of the Jesuit Alexandre de Rhodes in seventeenth-century Vietnam." Catholic Historical Review, 86, 3 (July 2000): 439-58.

Peck, A. "Between Russian reality and Chinese dream: The Jesuit mission in Siberia, 1812-1820." Catholic Historical Review, 87, 1 (January 2001): 17-33.

Scheer, M. "From majesty to mystery: Change in the meanings of black madonnas from the sixteenth to nineteenth centuries." American History Review, 107, 5 (December 2002): 1412-40

Sluhovsky, M. "The devil in the convent." American History Review, 107, 5 (December 2002): 1379-1411.

Woell, E.J. "Waging war for the Lord: Counter-revolutionary ritual in rural western France, 1801-1906." Catholic Historical Review, 88, 1 (January 2002): 17-41.

Native American Religions

[see title by Bourne listed under U.S. Colonial & Federal History]

HISTORY OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY

Beretta, Marco. "Lavoisier and his Last Printed Work: the Mémoires de physique et de chimie (1805)." Annals of Science, 58, 4 (October 2001): 327-56.

Beretta, Marco. "The Lives and Works of Western Chemists, Series 5: Antoine Laurent Lavoisier." Kagakushi, 28 (2001): 205-214.

"Bibliography: Relations of science to literature and the arts 1999." Configurations, 9, 2 (Spring 2001): 253-353.

Cantor, G. "The rise and fall of Emanuel Mendes Da Costa: A severe case of 'the philosophical dropsy'?" English Historical Review, 116, 467 (June 2001): 584-603 JUN 2001

Cobb, M. "Malpighi, Swammerdam and the colourful silkworm: Replication and visual representation in early modern science." Annals of Science, 59, 2 (April 2002): 111-47.

* Collinson, Peter. "Forget not Mee & My Garden...": Selected Letters, 1725-1768 of Peter Collinson, F.R.S. Ed. Alan W. Armstrong. Philadelphia: American Philosophical Society, 2002. 300 pp. ISBN 0871692414 [Collinson was a naturalist.]

* Dadswell, Ted. The Selborne Pioneer: Gilbert White as Naturalist and Scientist: A Re-examination. Ashgate, 2003.

* Darwin, Charles. Charles Darwin's "The Life of Erasmus Darwin." Ed. by Desmond King-Hele. Cambridge University Press, 2002. 128pp.

Delbourgo, James. "Electricity, Experiment and Enlightenment in Eighteenth-Century America." Ph.D. dissertation, Columbia University, 2002. Dir. David Armitage.

Edmondson, John. "Richard Bradley (c. 1688-1732): An Annotated Bibliography, 1710-1818." Archives of Natural History, 29, 2 (2002): 177-212 [Bradley was a botanist]

Emerson, R.L. "The scientific interests of Archibald Campbell, 1st Earl of Ilay and 3rd Duke of Argyll (1682-1761)." Annals of Science, 59, 1 (January 2002): 21-56.

Englestein, Stefani Brooke. "Organs of Meaning: The 'Natural' Human Body in Literature and Science of the Late Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth Centuries. PhD dissertation, University of Chicago, 2001. 234 pp.

* Frangsmyr, Tore, J. L. Heilbron, & Robin E. Rider, eds. The Quantifying Spirit in the Eighteenth Century. Berkeley : University of California Press, 1990. Newly available in complete online edition: http://ark.cdlib.org/ark:/13030/ft6d5nb455/

Glyn, L.B. "Israel Lyons: A Short but Starry Career. The Life of an Eighteenth-Century Jewish Botanist and Astronomer." Notes and Records of the Royal Society, 56, 3 (September 2002): 275-305.

Golinski, J. "'Exquisite Atmography': Theories of the world and experiences of the weather in a diary of 1703." British Journal of the History of Science, 34, 121, 2 (June 2001): 149-71.

Goodrum, Matthew R. "The Meaning of Ceraunia: Archaeology, Natural History, and the Interpretation of Prehistoric Stone Artefacts in the Eighteenth Century." British Journal for the History of Science, 35, 3 (September 2002): 255-70.

* Halleux, Robert. Les Publications de l'Academie Royale des Sciences de Paris (1666-1793). Turnhout: Brepols, 2001. 2vols.

* Hamilton, James. Faraday: The Life. London: HarperCollins, 2002. 465 pp. ISBN 0002570823

Hamm, E.P. "Unpacking Goethe's collections: the public and the private in natural-historical collecting." British Journal of the History of Science, 34, 122, 3 (September): 275-300.

Hoffman, Roald. "Marginalia I: Mme. Lavoisier." American Scientist, 90 (January-February 2002): 22-24.

Home, R.W. "Fluids and Forces in Eighteenth-Century Electricity." Endeavour, 26, 2 (2002): 55-59.

Home, R.W. "The Royal Society and the Empire: The Colonial and Commonwealth Fellowship. Part 1." Notes and Records of the Royal Society, 56, 3 (September 2002): 307-32.

Horstmann, F. "Hobbes and the sine law of refraction." Annals of Science, 57, 4 (October 2000): 415-440.

Howarth, R.J. "Fitting geomagnetic fields before the invention of least squares: I. Henry Bond's predictions (1636,1668) of the change in magnetic declination in London." Annals of Science, 59, 5 (October 2002): 391-408.

Iliffe, R. "The masculine birth of time: temporal frameworks of early modern natural philosophy." British Journal of the History of Science, 33, 119, 4 (December 2000): 427-53.

Levere, T.H. "Public and Private Science at Home and Abroad: Networks Among Chemists, Physicians, and Industrialists in the 1780s." Endeavour, 26, 3 (2002): 107-112.

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

* Margolis, Joseph. The Flux of History and the Flux of Science. Berkeley : University of California Press, 1993. Newly available in complete online edition: http://ark.cdlib.org/ark:/13030/ft6t1nb4gf/

Martinsen, H.E.H. "Dyeing in the eighteenth century." Annals of Science, 58, 4 (October 2001): 399-402 [review essay].

Mills, E.L. "Enlightened natural history or the beginnings of oceanic science?" Annals of Science, 58, 4 (October 2001): 403-408 [review essay].

* Newman, William R., & Lawrence M. Principe. Alchemy Tried in the Fire: Starkey, Boyle, and the Fate of Helmontian Chymistry. University of Chicago Press, 2002. 344 pp., ill. ISBN 0-226-577711-2

* Porter, Roy, ed. Eighteenth-Century Science. Cambridge University Press (Cambridge History of Science, Vol. 4), 2002. 1040 pp.

* Richards, Robert J. The Romantic Conception of Life: Science and Philosophy in the Age of Goethe. University of Chicago Press, 2002. 587 pp., ill. ISBN 0-226-71310-9

* Riskin, Jessica. Science in the Age of Sensibility: The Sentimental Empiricists of the French Enlightenment. University of Chicago Press, 2002. 338 pp. ISBN: 0-226-72078-0 (cloth); 0-226-72079-9 (paper).

Rudolph, Gerhard. «Le traité, l'essai, le compte rendu scientifque», dans Peter-Eckhard Knabe, Roland Mortier et François Moureau (édit.), l'Aube de la modernité 1680-1760 (Amsterdam et Philadelphie: John Benjamins [coll. «Comparative History of Literatures in European Languages», 16], 2002). ISBN: 1 58811 100 8; 90 272 3449 3

Sargent, R.M., M. Hunter, & E.B. Davis. "The works of Robert Boyle." Annals of Science, 59, 3 (Jul.y 2002): 321-26 [review essay].

Sen, B.K. "Growth of Scientific Periodicals in India (1788-1900)." Indian Journal of History of Science, 37, 2 (June 2002): S47-S111.

* Stroup, Alice. A Company of Scientists: Botany, Patronage, and Community at the Seventeenth-Century Parisian Royal Academy of Sciences. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1990. Newly available in complete online edition: http://ark.cdlib.org/ark:/13030/ft587006gh/

Sumner, J. "John Richardson, saccharometry and the pounds-per-barrel extract: the construction of a quantity." British Journal of the History of Science, 34, 122, 3 (September 2001): 255-73.

* Terrall, Mary. The Man Who Flattened the Earth: Maupertuis and the Sciences in the Enlightenment. University of Chicago Press, 2002. 408 pp., ill. ISBN 0-226-79360-5

Thrower, N.J.W. "Samuel Pepys FRS (1633-1703) and The Royal Society." Notes and Records of the Royal Society, 57, 1 (January 2003): 3-13.

Turner, A.J. "The Observatory and the Quadrant in Eighteenth-Century Europe." Journal for the History of Astronomy, 33, 4 (November 2002): 373-85.

Turner, G.L. "The Government and the English optical glass industry, 1650 1850." Annals of Science, 57, 5 (October 2000): 399-414.

Walton, S.A. "Theophrastus on lyngurium: Medieval and early modern lore from the classical lapidary tradition." Annals of Science, 58, 4 (October 2001): 357-79.

Werrett, S. "Wonders never cease: Descartes's Meteores and the rainbow fountain." British Journal of the History of Science, 34, 121, 2 (June 2001): 129-47.

Willach, R. "The development of telescope optics in the middle of the seventeenth century." Annals of Science, 58, 4 (October 2001): 381-98.

[see also title by Clark listed under South & Central America]

Newton

Ben-Chaim, M. "The discovery of natural goods: Newton's vocation as an 'experimental philosopher.'" British Journal of the History of Science, 34, 123, 4 (December 2001): 395-416.

Fara, P. "Isaac Newton lived here: sites of memory and scientific heritage." British Journal of the History of Science, 33, 119, 4 (December 2000): 407-26.

Ramati, A. "The hidden truth of creation: Newton's method of fluxions." British Journal of the History of Science, 34, 123, 4 (December 2001): 417-38.

HISTORY OF SEXUALITY, REPRODUCTION,
& GENDER

* Allen, Peter Lewis. The Wages of Sin: Sex and Disease, Past and Present. University of Chicago Press, 2000. 202 pp., ill. IBN 0-226-01461 (paper)

* Baffo, Zorzi. Œuvres érotiques. Paris: Zulma (coll. «Dix-huit»), 2003. Présenté par P. Dibbie. ISBN: 2-84304-242-9 [Publiées après sa mort, ses Œuvres érotiques rassemblent plus de trois cents pages d'un manuel d'éducation au plaisir. Ce panorama amoureux ne serait pas complet sans un dernier et indispensable chapitre consacré à l'histoire politique, sociale et sexuelle de Venise - aux rois, princes et ducs de toute l'Europe qui venaient y chercher plaisirs et douceur de vivre].

Balme, C.B. "Sexual spectacles: Theatricality and the performance of sex in early encounters in the Pacific." TDR, 44, 4 (Winter 2000): 67-85.

Bogucka, M. "New perspectives on gender." Acta Poloniæ Historica, 82 (2000): 185-209.

* Dejean, Joan. The Reinvention of Obscenity: Sex, Lies, and Tabloids in Early Modern France. University of Chicago Press, 2002. 224 pp. ISBN 0-226-14141-1 (paper)

* Eberle, Roxanne. Chastity and Transgression in Women's Writing, 1792-1897: Interrupting the Harlot's Progress. Palgrave, 2002. 288 pp. ISBN 0-333-96495-0

* Foster, Thomas Alan. "Sex and the eighteenth-century man: Anglo-American discourses of sex and manliness in Massachusetts, 1690-1765." Ph.D. dissertation, Johns Hopkins University, 2002.

* Gaite, Carmen Martín. Love Customs in Eighteenth-Century Spain. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1991. Newly available in complete online edition: http://ark.cdlib.org/ark:/13030/ft6x0nb4m5/

* Gilbert, Ruth. Early Modern Hermaphrodites: Sex and Other Stories. Palgrave, 2002. 232 pp. ISBN 0-33-92537-8

* Halperin, David M. How to Do the History of Homosexuality. University of Chicago Press, 2002. 0-226-31447-2

* Hodes, Martha. White Women, Black Men: Illicit Sex in the Nineteenth-Century South. Yale University Press, 1997. 352 pp. ISBN 0-300-06970-7 (cloth); 0-300-07750-5 (paper)

* Katz, Jonathan Ned. Love Stories: Sex Between Men before Homosexuality. University of Chicago Press, 2001. 440 pp. ISBN 0-226-42615-7 (cloth); 0-226-42616-5 (paper)

Keough, W. "The riddle of Peggy Mountain: Regulation of Irish women's sexuality on the southern Avalon, 1750-1860." Acadiensis, 31, 2 (Spring 2002): 38-70.

* Luckyj, Christina. A Moving Rhetoricke: Gender and Silence in Early Modern England. Manchester University Press, 2002. 224 pp. ISBN 0-7190-6156-3

* Malcomson, Cristina, & Mihoko Suzuki, eds. Debating Gender in Early Modern England, 1500-1700. Palgrave, 2002. 288 pp. ISBN 0-312-29457-3

* Naphy, William. Sex Crimes: From Renaissance to Enlightenment. Stroud: Tempus, 2002. 191 pp. ISBN 0752423371

* O'Donnell, Katherine, & Michael O'Rourke, eds. Love, Sex, Intimacy and Friendship Between Men, 1550-1800. Palgrave, 2003. 224 pp. Introd. David M. Halperin. ISBN: 0333997433 [titles include O'Donnel, O'Rourke & Halperin, "Introduction"; G.Rousseau, "'Homoplatonic, Homodepressed, Homomorbid:' Some Further genealogies of Same-Sex Attraction in Western Civilization"; A.Stewart, "Homosexuals in History: A.L. Rowse and the Queer Archive"; G.E.Haggerty, "Male Love and Friendship in the Eighteenth Century"; A. Bray, "A Traditional Rite for Blessing Friendship"; R. Trumbach, "The Heterosexual Male in Eighteenth Century London and his Queer Interactions"; M.Di Gangi, "How Queer was the Renaissance?"; M.Di Gangi, "Can the Sodomite Speak? Sodomy, Satire, Desire, and the Castlehaven Case"; J. Greene, "(Per)versions of Sappho."]

* Rupp, Leila J. A Desired Past: A Short History of Same-Sex Love in America. University of Chicago Press, 1999. 234 pp., ill. ISBN 0-226-73156-1 (paper)

* Sigal, Pete, ed. Infamous Desire: Male Homosexuality in Colonial Latin America. University of Chicago Press, 2002. 240 pp. ISBN 0-226-75704-8

* Turner, David M. Fashioning Adultery: Gender, Sex and Civility in England, 1660-1740. Cambridge University Press, 2002. 280 pp. ISBN 0-521-79244-4

[see also title by Fudge et al. listed under Anthropology; by Li under China; by Mudge and by Walen under England - Literature; by Stephens under Occult; by Terazawa under History of Medicine; by Callahan under Theory; by Baptist under U.S. Colonial & Federal History]

IN MEMORIAM

"Dedicated to the Memory of Rhonda M. Williams (1957-2000)." Feminist Economics, 8, 2 (July 2002): 1-2.

"In Memoriam: Jill Rubenstein." Cardiff Corvey, online journal. Available: http://www.cf.ac.uk/encap/corvey/update/update.html

INDIA - HISTORY

* Bannerjee, Pompa. Burning Women: Widows, Witches, and Early Modern European Travelers in India. Palgrave, 2003. 246 pp., ill. ISBN 1-4039-6018-6

* Dale, Stephen Frederic. Indian Merchants and Eurasian Trade, 1600-1750. Cambridge University Press, 1994. xiv, 162 pp., ill., maps. ISBN: 0-521-45460-3

Jackson, Peter A. The Delhi Sultanate: A Political and Military History. Cambridge University Press, 1999. xx, 367 pp., ill. ISBN: 0-521-40477-0

Peabody, N. "Cents, sense, census: Human inventories in late precolonial and early colonial India." Comparative Studies in Social History, 43, 4 (October 2001): 819-50.

* Roy, Parama. Indian Traffic: Identities in Question in Colonial and Postcolonial India. Berkeley : University of California Press, 1998. Newly available in a complete online edition: http://ark.cdlib.org/ark:/13030/ft8s20097j/

* Irschick, Eugene F. Dialogue and History: Constructing South India, 1795-1895. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1994. Newly available in a complete online edition: http://ark.cdlib.org/ark:/13030/ft038n99hg/

* Mahomet, Dean. The Travels of Dean Mahomet: An Eighteenth-Century Journey through India. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1997. Newly available in a complete online edition: http://ark.cdlib.org/ark:/13030/ft4h4nb20n/

* Pinch, William R. Peasants and Monks in British India. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1996. Newly available in a complete online edition: http://ark.cdlib.org/ark:/13030/ft22900465/

[see also titles by Bowen and by Esteban listed under Economics; by Sen under History of Science, by Cole and by Eaton under the Islamic World]]

INDIA - LANGUAGE & LITERATURE

Dharwadker, Vinay. "English in India and Indian Literature in English: The Early History, 1579-1834." Comparative Literature Studies, 39, 2 (2002): 93-119.

IRELAND - HISTORY

* Barnard, Toby, & Jane Fenlon, eds. The Dukes of Ormonde, 1610-1745. Boydell Press, 2000. x, 279 pp., ill. ISBN: 0851157610

* Blackstock, Allan. An Ascendancy Army: The Irish Yeomanry, 1796-1834. Four Courts Press, 1998. 320 pp., ill., maps. ISBN: 1851823298

* Boyce, D. George, & Alan O'Day, eds. The Making of Modern Irish History: Revisionism and the Revisionist Controversy. Routledge, 1996. viii, 245 pp. ISBN: 041509819X (cloth); 041512171X (paper.)

* Bryson, Andrew. Andrew Bryson's Ordeal: An Epilogue to the 1798 Rebellion. Ed. Michael Durey. Cork University Press, 1998. vi, 120 pp. ISBN: 1859181449

* Clark, Samuel, & James S. Donnelly, Jr., eds. Irish Peasants: Violence and Political Unrest, 1780-1914. University of Wisconsin Press, 2003. 468pp. ISBN 0-299-09374-3

* Coigly, James. A Patriot Priest: The Life of Father James Coigly, 1761-1798. Ed. Dáire Keogh. Cork University Press, 1998. 90 pp. ISBN: 1859181422 (paper) [Original 1798 title: The Life of the Rev. James Coigly: An Address to the People of Ireland, as Written by Himself During His Confinement in Maidstone Gaol.]

* Gargett, Graham, & Geraldine Sheridan, eds. Ireland and the French Enlightenment, 1700-1800. Basingstoke, Hampshire: Macmillan ; New York: St. Martin's Press, 1999. xvii, 293 pp., ill. ISBN: 033364638X (Macmillan); 0312220308 (St. Martin's).

* Geoghegan, Patrick. Robert Emmet: A Life. Montréal & Kingston, McGill-Queen's University Press, 2003. 368 pp., ill. ISBN: 0-7735-2542-4.

* McBride, Ian. Scripture Politics: Ulster Presbyterians and Irish Radicalism in the Late Eighteenth Century. Clarendon, 1998. 275 pp. ISBN: 0198206429

* McLoughlin, T. O. Contesting Ireland: Irish Voices against England in the Eighteenth Century. Four Courts Press, 1999. 248 pp. ISBN: 1851824480 (cloth); 1851824499 (paper)

* O'Donnell, Ruan. Aftermath: Post-Rebellion Insurgency in Wicklow, 1799-1803. Irish Academic Press, 2000. xiv, 272 pp., ill., maps. ISBN: 071652628X (cloth); 0716526387 (paper)

* O'Regan, Philip. Archbishop William King of Dublin (1650-1729) and the Constitution in Church and State. Four Courts Press, 2000. 355 pp. ISBN: 1851824642

* Poirteir, Cathal, ed. The Great Irish Rebellion of 1798. Dublin: Mercier Press (in association with Radio Telefis Eireann); Boulder, CO: Irish American Book Co., 1998. 187pp. ISBN: 1856352269 [David Dickson, "The state of Ireland before 1798"; Kevin Whelan, "Three revolutions and a failure"; Hugh Gough, "France and the 1798 Rebellion"; Marianne Elliot, "Wolfe Tone and the republican ideal"; Tommy Graham, "Dublin;s role in the 1798 rebellion"; A.T.Q. Stewart, "1798 in Antrim and Down"; Breandán Mc Suibhne, "Up not out: why did north-west Ulster not rise in 1798?"; Brian Cleary, "Wexford in 1798: a republic before its time"; Harman Murtagh, "General Humbert's campaign in the west"; Thomas Bartlett, "The prime informant: the life and times of 'The Sham Squire' Francis Higgins (1746-1802); Dáire Keogh. "Scoundrels all--priests and prelates in '98"; Mary Cullen, "Partners in struggle: the women of 1798"; Tom Munnelly, "1798 and the balladmakers."]

Squatriti, P. "How the Irish Sea (may have) saved Irish civilization." Comparative Studies in Social History, 43, 2 (July 2001): 615-30 [review essay]

* Swift, Michael. Historical maps of Ireland. London: Parkgate Books, 1999. 144 pp., ill., maps, ISBN: 1902616405

* Tillyard, S. K. Citizen Lord: Edward Fitzgerald, 1763-1798. Chatto & Windus, 1997. xiv, 335 pp., ill. ISBN: 0701165383

* Tone, Theobald Wolfe. The Writings of Theobald Wolfe Tone, 1763-98. Ed. by T.W. Moody, R.B. McDowell, & C.J. Woods. Oxford: Clarendon, 1998. 2 vols. ISBN: 0198223838 (1); 0198208790 (2)

* Tyrrell, John. Weather and Warfare: A Climatic History of the 1798 Rebellion. Cork: Collins Press, 2001. viii, 208 pp., ill., maps. ISBN: 189825604

* Whelan, Kevin. Fellowship of freedom : the United Irishmen and 1798. Cork University Press, 1998. xii, 162 pp., ill., maps. ISBN: 1859182100

[see also titles by Greaves listed under History of Religion - Christian - Independent; by Meigs under History of Religion]

IRELAND - LITERATURE

* Doyle, Danny, & Terence Folan, eds. The Gold Sun of Irish Freedom: 1798 in Song and Story. Cork: Mercier Press; Boulder, CO: Irish American Book Co., 1998. 202 pp., ill. ISBN: 1856352080 [includes unaccompanied melodies with chord symbols; English words].

[see also title by Ó Ciosáin listed under Bibliography &c.]

Barber

Fanning, Christopher. "The Voices of the Dependent Poet: the case of Mary Barber." Women's Writing 8, 1 (2001), 81-98 [analyzes compromising consequences of publishing by subscription; Barber's Poems On Several Occasions (1735) required several creative and strategic strategies from its author].

Maturin

Lanone, Catherine. "Verging on the Gothic: Melmoth's Journey to France," in Avril Horner, ed, European Gothic: A Spirited Exchange 1760-1960 (Manchest University Press, 2002). ISBN 0-7190-6043-X (cloth); 0-7190-6064-8 (paper).

[see title by Miles listed under England - Literature - Walpole; by Sage under France - Literature - Diderot]

Swift

* Kelly, Ann Cline. Jonathan Swift and Popular Culture: Myth, Media, and the Man. Palgrave, 2002. 256 pp., ill. ISBN 0-312-23959-9 [a 2002 Choice Outstanding Academic Book]

Montag, Warren. "Gulliver's Solitude: The Paradoxes of Swift's Anti-Individualism." The Eighteenth Century: Theory and Interpretation, 42, 1 (Spring 2001): 3-19.

[see also title by Ehrenpreis listed under England - Literature - Dryden; by Dokou listed under Theory & Criticism]

THE ISLAMIC WORLD --
THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE, THE LEVANT, ARMENIA, PERSIA, THE MAGHREB, BARBARY, &C.

Al-Qattan, N. "Litigants and neighbors: The communal topography of Ottoman Damascus." Comparative Studies in Social History, 44, 3 (July 2002): 511-33.

* Clancy-Smith, Julia A. Rebel and Saint: Muslim Notables, Populist Protest, Colonial Encounters (Algeria and Tunisia, 1800-1904). University of California Press, 1994. Newly available in a complete online edition: http://ark.cdlib.org/ark:/13030/ft4b69n91g/

* Cole, J. R. I. Roots of North Indian Shi'ism in Iran and Iraq: Religion and State in Awadh, 1722-1859. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1988. Newly available in a complete online edition: http://ark.cdlib.org/ark:/13030/ft0f59n6r9/

* Eaton, Richard M. The Rise of Islam and the Bengal Frontier, 1204-1760. Berkeley : University of California Press, 1993. Newly available in a complete online edition: http://ark.cdlib.org/ark:/13030/ft067n99v9/

* Eldem, Edhem, Daniel Goffman, & Bruce Masters. The Ottoman City Between East and West : Aleppo, Izmir, and Istanbul. Cambridge University Press, 1999. xvi, 244 pp., ill., maps. ISBN: 0-521-64304-X

* Faroqhi, Suraiya. Subjects of the Sultan: Culture and Daily Life in the Ottoman Empire. I.B. Tauris, 2000. x, 358 pp., ill., maps. ISBN: 1860642896

* Fleet, Kate. European and Islamic Trade in the Early Ottoman State: The Merchants of Genoa and Turkey. Cambridge University Press, 1999. x, 204 pp. ISBN: 0521642213

* Freely, John. Inside the Seraglio: Private Lives of the Sultans in Istanbul. London : Penguin Books, 2000. 361 pp., ill. ISBN: 0140270566

* Hamilton, A.; A.H. de Groot, & M.H. van den Boogert, eds. Friends and Rivals in the East: Studies in Anglo-Dutch Relations in the Levant from the Seventeenth to the Early Nineteenth Century. Brill, 2000. x, 258 pp. ISBN: 9004118543 (paper).

* Goffman, Daniel. The Ottoman Empire and Early Modern Europe. Cambridge University Press, 2002. xxiii, 273 pp., ill., maps. ISBN: 0-521-45280-5 (cloth); 0-521-45908-7 (paper).

* Goodwin, Jason. Lords of the Horizons: A History of the Ottoman Empire. / Jason. London: Chatto & Windus, 1998. New York: H. Holt, 1998, 2000. xv, 351 pp., ill., map. ISBN: 0805063420 (paper).

Khoury, Dina Rizk. State and Provincial Society in the Ottoman Empire: Mosul, 1540-1834. Cambridge University Press, 1997. xviii, 253 pp., maps. ISBN: 0-521-59060-4\

Makdisi, U. "Ottoman orientalism." American History Review, 107, 3 (June 2002): 768-96.

* Masters, Bruce. Christians and Jews in the Ottoman Arab World: The Roots of Sectarianism. Cambridge University Press, 2001. xiii, 222 pp. ISBN: 0-521-80333-0

* McCarthy, Justin. The Ottoman Peoples and the End of Empire. London: Arnold ; New York : Oxford, 2001. 234 pp., ill., maps. ISBN: 0340706562 (cloth); 0340706570 (paper)

* Meeker, Michael E. A Nation of Empire: The Ottoman Legacy of Turkish Modernity. Berkeley : University of California Press, 2002. Newly available in a complete online edition: http://ark.cdlib.org/ark:/13030/ft0v19n7b6/

* Pamuk, Ševket. A Monetary History of the Ottoman Empire. Cambridge University Press, 2000. xxvi, 276 pp., ill., map. ISBN: 0-521-44197-8

* Quataert, Donald. The Ottoman Empire, 1700-1922. Cambridge University Press, 2000. xxii, 205 pp., ill., maps. ISBN: 0-521-63328-1 (cloth); 0-521-63360-5 (paper)

Raymond, André. Arab Cities in the Ottoman Period: Cairo, Syria, and the Maghreb. Ashgate/Variorum, 2002. xi, 288 pp., ill., maps. ISBN: 0-8607-8874-1 (paper).

* Reynolds, Dwight F., ed. Interpreting the Self: Autobiography in the Arabic Literary Tradition. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2001. Newly available in a complete online edition: http://ark.cdlib.org/ark:/13030/ft2c6004x0/

[see also title by Levy listed under Judaica]

Bulgaria

Gok, N. "An introduction to the berat in Ottoman diplomacy." Bulgarian History Review - Revue bulgaire historique, 3-4 (2001): 141-50.

Grozdanova, E., & S. Andreev. "The fate of women according to the Ottoman Registers of Grievances from the 17th and 18th century." Bulgarian History Review - Revue bulgaire historique, 1-2 (2001): 52-68.

Popova, N. "Bibliography of literature on Bulgarian history for the year 1999." Bulgarian History Review - Revue bulgaire historique, 1-2 (2001): 257-70.

Popova, N. "Bibliography of literature on Bulgarian history, 2000." Bulgarian History Review - Revue bulgaire historique, 3-4 (2001): 228-39.

Russev, I. "The trade in Ragusa (now Dubrovnik) and the creation of Bulgarian trading companies during the revival era." Bulgarian History Review - Revue bulgaire historique, 3-4 (2001): 52-63.

Toninska, B., & N. Popova. "A bibliography of Bulgarian historiography in 1998." Bulgarian History Review - Revue bulgaire historique, 1-2 (2000): 228-40.

[see also title by Petkov listed under History of Religion - Christianity - Orthodox]

Egypt

* Hathaway, Jane. The Politics of Households in Ottoman Egypt: The Rise of the Qazda'glis. Cambridge University Press, 1997. xv, 198 pp., ill., maps. ISBN: 0-521-57110-3

* Philipp, Thomas, & Ulrich Haarmann, eds. The Mamluks in Egyptian Politics and Society. Cambridge University Press, 1998. xiv, 306 pp., maps. ISBN: 0-521-59115-5

Iran

* Matthee, Rudolph P. The Politics of Trade in Safavid Iran: Silk for Silver, 1600-1730. Cambridge University Press, 1999. xxi, 290 pp, ill., maps. ISBN: 0-521-64131-4

Palestine

* Cohen, Amnon. The Guilds of Ottoman Jerusalem. Leiden & Boston: Brill, 2001. 305 pp., map. ISBN 9004119183

* Doumani, Beshara. Rediscovering Palestine: Merchants and Peasants in Jabal Nablus, 1700-1900. Berkeley : University of California Press, 1995. Newly available in complete online edition: http://ark.cdlib.org/ark:/13030/ft896nb5pc/

* Idinopulos, Thomas A. Weathered by Miracles: A History of Palestine from Bonaparte and Muhammad Ali to Ben-Gurion and the Mufti. Chicago: Ivan R. Dee, 1998. 283 pp., maps. ISBN: 1566631890 (paper).

* Nazzal, Nafez Y. & Laila A. Nazzal. Historical dictionary of Palestine Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press, 1997. 304 pp., maps. ISBN: 0810832399

* Philipp, Thomas. Acre : the rise and fall of a Palestinian city, 1730-1831. New York : Columbia University Press, 2001. 299 pp., ill., maps. ISBN 0-231-12326-4 (cloth); 0-231-12327-2 (paper).

Syria

* Douwes. Dick. The Ottomans in Syria: A History of Justice and Oppression. I.B. Tauris Publishers; 2000. viii, 244 pp., maps. ISBN: 1-8606-4031-1

ITALY - HISTORY

Klang, D.M. "The problem of leasefarming in eighteenth-century Piedmont and Lombardy." Agricultural History, 76, 3 (Summer 2002): 578-603.

Luciani, Gérard. «L'aube de la modernité en Italie», dans Peter-Eckhard Knabe, Roland Mortier et François Moureau (édit.), l'Aube de la modernité 1680-1760 (Amsterdam et Philadelphie: John Benjamins [coll. «Comparative History of Literatures in European Languages», 16], 2002). ISBN: 1 58811 100 8; 90 272 3449 3

[see also title by Walker listed under Political Thought]

ITALY - LITERATURE

Goldoni

Ward, A. "'Imaginary imperialism': Goldoni stages China in 18th-century Italy." Theatre Journal, 54, 2 (May 2002): 203-221.

JAPAN

* Hanley, Susan B. Everyday Things in Premodern Japan: The Hidden Legacy of Material Culture. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1997. Newly available in complete online edition: http://ark.cdlib.org/ark:/13030/ft996nb5x9/

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

JUDAICA

* Blom, J. C. H., R. G. Fuks-Mansfeld, & I. Schöffer, eds. The History of the Jews in the Netherlands. Tr. from Dutch by Arnold J. and Erica Pomerans. Littman Library of Jewish Civilization, 2002. 578 pp., ill. maps, tables ISBN: 1-874774-51-X

* Bregman, Aaron. A history of Israel. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2003. 320 pp., maps. ISBN" 0333676319 (cloth); 0333676327 (paper).

* Feiner, Shmuel. Haskalah and History: The Emergence of a Modern Jewish Historical Consciousness. Tr. from Hebrew by Chaya Naor & Sondra Silverston. Littman Library of Jewish Civilization, 2001. 416 pp. ISBN: 1-874774-43-9 [the Jewish Enlightenment movement (the Haskalah) advocated that Jews should capture the spirit of the future and take their place in wider society, but as Jews-without denying their collective identity and without denying their past; Mendelssohn; Haskalah centres in Austria, Galicia, and Russia].

* Feiner, Shmuel, & David Sorkin, eds. New Perspectives on the Haskalah. Littman Library of Jewish Civilization, 2001. 270 pp. 1-874774-61-7 [Contents: David Sorkin, "The Early Haskalah"; Edward Brauer, "Naphtali Hertz Wessely and the Cultural Dislocations of an Eighteenth- Century Maskil"; Harris Bor; "Enlightenment Values, Jewish Ethics: The Maskilic Transformation of the Traditional Musar Genre"; David B. Ruderman, "Was there a Haskalah in England? Reconsidering an Old Question"; Nancy Sinkoff, "Strategy and Ruse in the Haskalah of Mendel Levin of Satanow"; Yehuda Friedlander, "The Struggle of the Mitnagedim and Maskilim Against Hasidism: Rabbi Jacob Emden and Judah Leib Miesis"; Immanuel Etkes, "Magic and Miracle-Workers in the Literature of the Haskalah"; "Shmuel Verses, "Portrait of the Jewish Maskil as a Young Man"; Tova Cohen, "Reality and its Refraction in Descriptions of Women in Haskalah Fiction"; Joseph Salmon, "Enlightened Rabbis as Reformers in Russian Jewish Society"; Schmuel Feiner, "Toward a Historical Definition of Haskalah"].

* Goodman, Martin, with Jeremy Cohen & David Sorkin. The Oxford Handbook of Jewish Studies. Oxford University Press, 2002. 950 pp.

* Israel, Jonathan I. European Jewry in the Age of Mercantilism, 1550-1750. 3rd ed. Littman Library of Jewish Civilization, 1997. 288 pp, map. ISBN: 1-874774-42-0 (paper).

* Levy, Avigdor, ed. Jews, Turks, Ottomans: A Shared History, Fifteenth Through the Twentieth Century. Syracuse University Press, 2002. 395 pp., map. ISBN: 0815629419 [Select titles include: Halil Inalcik, "Jewish society and the Ottoman polity, fifteenth through eighteenth centuries. Foundations of Ottoman-Jewish cooperation"; Daniel Goffman, "Jews in early modern Ottoman commerce"; Jacob Barnai, "The development of community organizational structures: the case of Izmir"; Israel Ta-Shma, "Rabbinic literature in the late Byzantine and early Ottoman periods"; Rhoads Murphey, "Jewish contributions to Ottoman medicine, 1450-1800."]

* Rapoport-Albert, Ada. ed. Hasidism Reappraised. Littman Library of Jewish Civilization, 1998. 528 pp. ISBN: 1-874774-35-8 (paper) [Jacob Katz, "Joseph G. Weiss: A Personal Appraisal"; Sara Ora Heller Wilensky, "Joseph Weiss: Letters to Ora"; Gershon David Hundert, "The Conditions in Jewish Society in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth in the Middle Decades of the Eighteenth Century"; Moshe J. Rosman, "Social Conflicts in Miedzyboz in the Generation of the Besht"; Shmuel Ettinger, "Hasidism and the Kahal in Eastern Europe"; Ada Rapoport-Albert, "Hasidism after 1772: Structural Continuity and Change"; Zeev Gries, "The Hasidic Managing Editor as an Agent of Culture"; Immanuel Etkes, "The Zaddik: The Interrelationship between religious Doctrine and Social Organization"; Rachel Elior, "The Paradigms of Yesh and Ayin in Hasidic Thought"; Elliot R. Wolfson, "Walking as a Sacred Duty: Theological Transformation of Social Reality in Early Hasidism"; Louis Jacobs, ""Hasidism and the Dogma of the Decline of the Generations"; Morris M. Faierstein, "Personal Redemption in Hasidism"; Mendel Piekarz, "Hasidism as a Socio-religious Movement on the Evidence of Devekut"; Bracha Sack, "The Influence of Reshit hokhmah on the Teachings of the Maggid of Mezhirech"; Roland Goetschel, "Torah lishmah as a Central Concept in the Degel mahaneh Efrayim of Moses Hayyim Ephraim of Sudylkow"; Moshe Hallamish, "The Teachings of R. Menahem Mendel of Vitebsk"; Naftali Lowenthal, "Habad Approaches to Contemplative Prayer, 1790-1920"; Yehoshua Mondshine, "The Fluidity of Categories in Hasidism: Averah lishmah in the Teachings of R. Zevi Elimelekh of Dynow"; Yoseph Salmon, "R. Naphtali Zevi of Ropczyce (the 'Ropshitser') as a Hasidic Leader"; Gedaliah Nigal, "New Light on the Hasidic Tale and its Sources"; Karl Erich Grözinger, "The Source Value of the Basic Recensions of Shivhei haBesht"; Israel Bartal, "The Imprint of Haskalah Literature on the Historiography of Hasidism"; Jacob Barnai, "The Historiography of the Hasidic Immigration to Erets Yisrael"; Moshe Idel, "Martin Buber and Gershom Scholem on Hasidism: A Critical Appraisal"; Chone Shmeruk, "Yitzhak Schiper's Study of Hasidism in Poland"; Joseph Dan, "Hasidism: The Third Century"; Daniel Meijers, "Differences in Attitudes to Study and Work between Present-day Hasidism and Mitnaggedim: A Sociological View"; Arthur Green, "Early Hasidism: Some Old/New Questions"; Immanuel Etkes, "The Study of Hasidism: past Trends and New Directions"].

§ Polin: Studies in Polish Jewry, 10 (1997) includes a special section on "Jews in Early Modern Poland" - titles include Krzysztf Sliwinski, "Towards A Polish-Jewish Dialogue"; Gershon David Hundert, "Introdiction"; Jacob Goldberg, "Jewish Marriage In Eighteenth-Century Poland"; Chava Weissler, "'For The Human Soul Is The Lamp Of The Lord': The Tkhine For 'Laying Wicks' By Sarah Bas Tovim; Elimelech Westreich, "The Ban On Polygamy In Polish Rabbinic Thought"; Elchanan Reiner, "The Ashkenazi Elite At The Beginning Of The Modern Era: Manuscript Versus Printed Book"; Zenon Guldon & Jacek Wijaczka, "The Accusation Of Ritual Murder In Poland, 1500-1800"; Thomas Hubka, "Jewish Art And Architecture In The East European Context: The Gwozdziec- Chodorów Group Of Wooden Synagogues"; Moshe Rosman, "In Praise Of The Ba'al Shem Tov: A User's Guide To The Editions Of Shivhei Habesht"; Daniel Stone, "Knowledge Of Foreign Languages Among Eighteenth-Century Polish Jews."

* Swetschinski, Daniel M. Reluctant Cosmopolitans: The Portuguese Jews of Seventeenth- Century Amsterdam. Littman Library of Jewish Civilization, 2000. 394 pp., tables. ISBN 1-874774-46-3

§ Polin: Studies in Polish Jewry, 12 (1999) includes a special section, "Focusing on Galicia: Jews, Poles, and Ukrainians, 1772-1918"; titles include Israel Bartal & Antony Polonsky, "Introduction: The Jews of Galicia under the Habsburgs"; John-Paul Himka, "Dimensions of a Triangle: Polish-Ukrainian-Jewish Relations in Austrian Galicia"; Franz A.J. Szabo, "Austrian First Impressions of Ethnic Relations in Galicia: The Case of Governor Anton von Pergen"; Stanislaw Grodziski, "The Jewish Question in Galicia: The Reforms of Maria Theresa and Joseph II, 1772-1790"; Hanna Kozinska-Wittm "Ludwig Gumplowicz's Programme for the Improvement of the Jewish Situation"; Jerzy Holzer, "Enlightenment, Assimilation, and Modern Identity: The Jewish Elite in Galicia"; Jozef Buszko, "The Consequences of Galician Autonomy after 1867"; Rachel Manekin, "Politics, Religion, and National Identity: The Galician Jewish Vote in the 1873 Parliamentary Elections"; Tomasz Gasowski, "From Austeria to Manor: Jewish Landowners in Autonomous Galicia"; Yaroslav Hrytsak, "Ukrainian Answer to the Galician Triangle: The Case of Ivan Franko"; Klaus Hödl, "Galician Jewish Migration to Vienna"; Gabriele Kohlbauer-Fritz, "Yiddish as an Expression of Jewish Cultural Identity in Galicia and Vienna."

[see also title by Salmon listed under History of Medicine - Psychology; by Cantor and by Glyn under History of Science]

MARITIME HISTORY

Armstrong, J., & J. Cutler. "The British coastal fleet in the eighteenth century: How useful are the Admiralty's registers of protection from impressment?" American Neptune, 60, 3 (Summer 2000): 235-51.

Coindet, Sylvain. «Gens de mer et naufrage littoral en Bretagne au 18e siècle». Université de Bretagne Sud, mémoire de DEA, 2002. Dir.: Gérard Le Bouèdec.

Coindet, Sylvain. «Les paroisses littorales dans l'amirauté de Cornouaille face au naufrage de 1721 à 1740 et de 1770 à 1790». Université de Bretagne Sud, mémoire de maîtrise, 2002. Dir.: Gérard Le Bouèdec.

Davidson, C. "A great lake: Early naval history and today's urban energy on Champlain's shores." American Heritage, 52, 6 (September 2001): 20-22.

Gibson, C.D. "The history of U.S. law and juridical rulings that differentiated 'public vessel seamen' from merchant marine seaman." American Neptune, 60, 2 (2000): 169-75.

* Howse, Derek, & Norman J. W. Thrower, eds. A Buccaneer's Atlas: Basil Ringrose's South Sea Waggoner. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1992. Newly available in a complete online edition: http://ark.cdlib.org/ark:/13030/ft7z09p18j/

* Lincoln, Margarette. Representing the Royal Navy: British Sea Power, 1750-1914. Ashgate, 2003.

* Linebaugh, Peter, & Marcus Rediker. The Many-Headed Hydra: Sailors, Slaves, Commoners, and the Hidden History of the Revolutionary Atlantic. Beacon Press, 2000. 352 pp. ISBN: 0807050067 (cloth); 0807050075 (paper, 2001).

Maass, A.R. "The right of unrestricted navigation on the Mississippi, 1812-1818." American Neptune, 60, 1 (2000): 49-59.

Norton, L.A. "The Continental naval brig Andrea Doria." American Neptune, 61, 1 (Winter 2001): 9-23.

Ranlet, P. "The British, their Virginian prisoners and prison ships of the American Revolution." American Neptune, 60, 3 (Summer 2000): 253-62.

* Scammell, G.V. Seafaring, Sailors and Trade, 1450-1750. Ashgate, 2003.

Zimmerman, D. "New dimensions in Canadian naval history." American Neptune, 60, 3 (Summer 2000): 263-75.

[see also title by Christopher listed under Africa - Slavery; by Lüsebrink under Geography - Travel & Voyages; by Ennis under Scotland - Literature - Smollett]

MATERIAL CULTURE & THE DECORATIVE ARTS

* Denenberg, Thomas Andrews. Wallace Nutting and the Invention of Old America. Yale University Press / Wadsworth Athenaeum Museum of Art, 2003. 240 pp., ill. ISBN 0-300-09683-6 [American furniture; exhibition at the Wadsworth Athenaeum June 13-October 19, 2003].

Goodman, Dena. "Furnishing Discourses: Readings of a Writing Desk in Eighteenth-Century France," in Maxine Berg & Elizabeth Eger, eds., Luxury in the Eighteenth Century: Debates, Desires and Delectable Goods (Palgrave MacMillan, 2002), pp. 71-88.

Whittaker, D., & J. Goody. "Rural manufacturing in the Rouergue from antiquity to the present: The examples of pottery and cheese." Comparative Studies in Social History, 43, 2 (April 2001): 225-45.

[see also title by Hanley listed under Japan]

MISCELLANEOUS

* Boon, Marcus. The Road to Excess: A History of Writers on Drugs. Harvard University Press, 2002. 320 pp. ISBN 0-674-00914-2

* Crego, Robert. Sports and Games of the 18th and 19th Centuries. Greenwood Press, 2003. 288 pp. ISBN 0-313-31610-4

* Douthwaite, Julia V. The Wild Girl, Natural Man, and the Monster: Dangerous Experiments in the Age of Enlightenment. University of Chicago Press, 2002. 314 pp. ISBN: 0226160556 (cloth); 0226160564 (paper)

Goldgar, Anne. "The British Museum and the virtual representation of culture in the eighteenth century." Albion, 32, 2 (Summer 2000): 195-231.

Lüsebrink, Hans-Jürgen. «Die Stimmen der Besiegten'. Multikulturalität und Interkulturalität der Conquista in nicht fiktionalen und literarischen Berichten (Cristóbal Colón, Bernal Diaz del Castillo, Carlos Fuentes)», dans Manfred Schmeling et Monika Schmitz-Emons (édit.), Multilinguale Literatur im 20. Jahrhundert (Würzburg: Königshausen und Neumann [coll. «Saarbrücker Studien zur Vergleichenden Literatur- und Kulturwissenschaft»], 2001), pp. 233-246.

Lüsebrink, Hans-Jürgen. «Trilateraler Kulturtransfer. Zur Rolle französischer Übersetzungen bei der Vermittlung von Lateinamerikawissen im Deutschland des 18. Jahrhunderts», dans Günter Berger et Franziska Sick (édit.), Französisch-deutsche Kulturtransfer im Ancien Régime, Tübingen, Stauffenberg Verlag, 2002, pp. 81-97.

Weaver, John C. The Great Land Rush and the Making of the Modern World, 1650-1900. Montréal & Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press, 2003. 488 pp., ill. ISBN: 0-7735-2527-0.

NATIVE AMERICANS, LES INDIGÈNES, INDIANS, FIRST NATIONS

* Arnold, Morris S. The Rumble of a Distant Drum: The Quapaws and Old World Newcomers, 1673-1804. University of Arkansas Press, 2000. 230 pp. ISBN 155728590X

Coates, K. "Writing First Nations into Canadian history: A review of recent scholarly works." Canadian Historical Review, 81, 1 (March 2000): 99-114.

* Gallay, Allan. The Indian Slave Trade: The Rise of the English Empire in the American South, 1670-1717. Yale University Press, 2002. 464 pp., ill. ISBN 0-300-08754-3

Qunitero, G. "Making the Indian: Colonial knowledge, alcohol and Native Americans." American Indian Cultural Research Journal, 25, 4 (2001): 57-71.

Stuckey, M.E., & J.M. Murphy. "By any other name: Rhetorical Colonialism in North America." American Indian Cultural Research Journal, 25, 4 (2001): 73-98.

Web Resources

¥ National Aboriginal Document Database - Canadian site provides information for research projects such as documenting land claims, or for studying independent Statutes and Acts, Treaties and Court Decisions, for research by any or all levels of education. Content also includes links to additional information sites for First Nations in Canada and Native American sites in the United States. Available: http://collections.ic.gc.ca/aboriginaldocs/

[see also title by Zimmer listed under Canada &c.; by Grigg under History of Religion - Christianity - Presbyterian; by Bauré under Political Thought; by Bourne and by McCue under U.S. Colonial & Federal History]

NETHERLANDS - HISTORY

[see title by Moore & van Nierop listed under England - History; by Blom et al. under Judaica]

OCCULT, ASTROLOGY, DEMONOLOGY, WITCHCRAFT, &C.

Cragin, S. "Salem witches exonerated." American History, 37, 1 (April 2002): 12 ff.

"Free the Salem Five! Clearing the last witches." American Heritage, 52, 8 (November-December 2001): 15.

* Stephens, Walter. Demon Lovers: Witchcraft, Sex, and the Crisis of Belief. University of Chicago Press, 2001. 415 pp., ill. ISBN 0-226-77261-6

[see also title by Bannerjee listed under India - History]

PACIFIC HISTORY

* Foucrier, Annick, ed. The French and the Pacific World, 17th ­ 19th Centuries: Discoveries, Migrations and Cultural Exchanges. Ashgate, 2003.

* Flynn, Dennis O., Arturo Giràldez, & James Sobredo, eds. Studies in Pacific History. Ashgate, 2002.

* Freeman, Donald B. The Straits of Malacca: Gateway or Gauntlet? Montréal & Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press, 2003. 288 pp., ill. ISBN: 0-7735-2515-7.

* Larkin, John A. Sugar and the Origins of Modern Philippine Society. Berkeley : University of California Press, 1993. Newly available in a complet online edition: http://ark.cdlib.org/ark:/13030/ft4580066d/

* Samson, Jane, ed. British Imperial Strategies in the Pacific, 1750-1900. Ashgate, 2003.

* Wills, John E., Jr., ed. Eclipsed Entrepôts of the Western Pacific, 1500-1800: Taiwan and Central Vietnam. Ashgate, 2003.

PHILOSOPHY

Acke, Daniel. «Les moralistes européens entre 1680 et 1760», dans Peter-Eckhard Knabe, Roland Mortier et François Moureau (édit.), l'Aube de la modernité 1680-1760 (Amsterdam et Philadelphie: John Benjamins [coll. «Comparative History of Literatures in European Languages», 16], 2002). ISBN: 1 58811 100 8; 90 272 3449 3

* Kuehn, Manfred. Scottish Common Sense in Germany, 1768-1800. A Contribution to the History of Critical Philosophy. Montréal & Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press, 2003. 320 pp. ISBN: 0-7735-1009-5.Reid, Jasper. "Thomas Daniel: An Unknown Philosopher of the Mid-Eighteenth Century." History of European Ideas, 27, 3 (2001): 257-272.

Bentham

Crimmins, James E. "Bentham and Hobbes: An Issue of Influence." Journal of the History of Ideas, 63, 4 (October 2002): 677-96.

* Crimmins, James E., ed. Bentham's Auto-Icon and Related Writings. Bristol: Thoemmes, 2002. 200 pp.

Berkeley

Jakapi, Roomet. "Emotive Meaning and Christian Mysteries in Berkeley's Alciphron." British Journal for the History of Philosophy, 10, 3 (August 2002): 401-412.

Descartes & the Cartesians

* Poullain de la Barre, François. Three Cartesian Feminist Treatises. Tr. Vivien Bosley. University of Chicago Press, 2002. 328 pp. ISBN 0-226-67654-4 (paper)

Hobbes

Nauta, Lodi. "Hobbes on Religion and the Churrch between The Elements of Law and Leviathan: A Dramatic Change of Direction?" Journal of the History of Ideas, 63, 4 (October 2002): 577-98.

Huet

Shelford, April G. "Thinking Geometrically in Pierre-Daniel Huet's Demonstratio evangelica (1679)." Journal of the History of Ideas, 63, 4 (October 2002): 599-617.

Hume

Jacquette, Dale. "Hume on Infinite Divisibility and the negative Idea of a Vacuum." British Journal for the History of Philosophy, 10, 3 (August 2002): 413-436.

Macfarlane, Alan. "David Hume and the Political Economy of Agrarian Civilization." History of European Ideas, 27, 1 (2001): 79-91.

Kames

Helo, Ari. "The Historicity of Morality: Necessity and Necessary Agents in the Ethics of Lord Kames." History of European Ideas, 27, 3 (2001): 239-255.

Kant

Beaney, Michael. "Kant and Analytic Methodology." British Journal for the History of Philosophy, 10, 3 (August 2002): 455-466.

Carson, Emily. "Locke's Account of Certain and Instructive Knowledge." British Journal for the History of Philosophy, 10, 3 (August 2002): 379-400.

McElreath, Scott. "The Inadequacy of Kant's View of Moral Worth." Philosophical Writings, 19-20 (Spring & Summer 2002): 23-42.

Moland, Lydia L. "Fight, Flight, or Respect? First Encounters of the Other in Kant and Hegel." History of Philosophy Quarterly, 19, 4 (October 2002): 381-400.

Rauscher, Frederick. "Kant's Moral Anti-Realism." Journal of the History of Philosophy, 11, 4 (October 2002): 477-500.

Rind, Miles. "Kant's Beautiful Roses: A Response to Cohen's 'Second Problem'." British Journal of Aesthetics, 43, 1 (January 2003): 65-74.

Townsend, Dabney. "Cohen and Kant's Aesthetics Judgements." British Journal of Aesthetics, 43, 1 (January 2003): 75-97.

Leibniz

Look, Brandon. "On Monadic Domination in Leibniz's Metaphysics." British Journal for the History of Philosophy, 10, 3 (August 2002): 359-378.

Maunu, Ari. "Indiscernibility of Identicals and Substitutivity in Leibniz." History of Philosophy Quarterly, 19, 4 (October 2002): 367-380.

La Rochefoucauld

 

Locke

Medina, Vicente. "Locke's Militant Literalism: A Critique of Carl Schmitt's State of Exception." History of Philosophy Quarterly, 19, 4 (October 2002): 345-366.

Schuurman, Paul. "Locke's Ways of Ideas as Context for his Theory of Education in Of the Conduct of the Understanding." History of European Ideas, 27, 1 (2001): 45-59.

Mein

Buickerood, James G. "'The whole exercise of reason': Charles Mein's Account of Rationality." Journal of the History of Ideas, 63, 4 (October 2002): 639-58.

Mendelssohn

* Altmann, Alexander. Moses Mendelssohn: A Biographical Study. Littman Library of Jewish Civilization, 1998. 914 pp., ill. ISBN 1-874774-53-6 (paper).

Mettrie

* Stoddard, Roger. Julien Offray de La Mettrie 1709-1751: A Bibliographical Inventory, Cologne: Jurgen Dinter, 2000. ISBN: 3-924-794-42-1

Rousseau

Grace, Eve. "The Restlessness of 'Being': Rousseau's Protean Sentiment of Existence." History of European Ideas, 27, 2 (2001): 133-151.

Kapossy, Béla. "The Sociable Patriot: Isaak Iselin's Protestant Reading of Jean-Jacques Rousseau." History of European Ideas, 27, 2 (2001): 153-170.

Smith

Lomonaco, Jeffrey. Adam Smith's 'Letter to the Authors of the Edinburgh Review." Journal of the History of Ideas, 63, 4 (October 2002): 659-76.

Spinoza

Prokhovnik, Raia. "Spinoza's Conception of Sovereignty." History of European Ideas, 27, 3 (2001): 289-306.

POLAND - HISTORY

Baran, Kazimierz. "Procedure in Polish-Lithuanian Parliaments from the 16th to 18th Centuries." Parliaments, Estates and Representation/ Parlements, états et représentations, 22 (2002).

Bogucka, M. "Between the ideal and reality: Polish woman from the 16th to the 18th century." Acta Poloniæ Historica, 84 (2001): 67-78.

Bogucka, M. "Marriage in early modern Poland." Acta Poloniæ Historica, 81(2000): 51-78.

Bogucka, M. "Women in politics. The case of Poland in the 16th-18th centuries." Acta Poloniæ Historica, 83 (2001): 79-93.

Fijalkowski, P. "The living conditions of the clergy in the Polish Lutheran parish in Konigsberg, 16th to 18th centuries." Acta Poloniæ Historica, 85 (2002): 167-192.

Glowka, D. "Luxury, 'modest but satisfactory conditions,' appropriateness. Clergy's life in the Plock diocese in the second half of the 18th century." Acta Poloniæ Historica, 85 (2002): 193-208.

Jellonnek, J. "Everyday life of a parish priest of Nowa Cerkiew in the light of an inventory from 1750." Acta Poloniæ Historica, 85 (2002): 209-218.

Kizik, E. "Violations of wedding, christening and funeral regulations before by the Gdansk debtors' court in the 17th and 18th century." Acta Poloniæ Historica, 85 (2002): 129-166.

Kowecka, E. "A Polish Lord's table." Acta Poloniæ Historica, 85 (2002): 43-88 [Jan Klemens Branicki (1689-1771), Voivode of Cracow & Grand Hetman].

Pospiech, A. "The Polish provincial gentry in the 17th century: People, objects, everyday life." Acta Poloniæ Historica, 85 (2002): 29-42.

Salmonowicz, S. "The culture of eastern Pomerania at the threshold of the Modern era." Acta Poloniæ Historica, 81(2000): 117-144.

Samsonowicz, H. "The origin of Poland, or images of our own beginnings." Acta Poloniæ Historica, 81(2000): 19-28.

Topolski, J. "Myths in research into the past." Acta Poloniæ Historica, 81(2000): 5-18 [memory, collective identity, social construction of the past].

Trzoska, J. "Gdansk on the economic map of early Modern Europe." Acta Poloniæ Historica, 81(2000): 91-116

Wapinski, R. "Gdansk in Polish political mythology." Acta Poloniæ Historica, 81(2000): 29-36.

Wislicz, T. "Peasant funerals in early modern Poland." Acta Poloniæ Historica, 82 (2000): 49-80.

Zielinska, T. "Noblewomen's property rights from the 16th to the 18th century in the Polish Lithuanian Commonwealth." Acta Poloniæ Historica, 81(2000): 79-89.

[see also title by Wyrobisz listed under History of Medicine; by Mazek under History of Medicine - Psychology; by by Bogucka under History of Sexuality; numerous titles under Judaica].

POLAND - LITERATURE

Potocki

Alaki, Ahlam. "Potocki's Gothic Arabesque: Embedded Narrative and the Treatment of Boundaries in The Manuscript Found in Saragossa (1797-1815), in Avril Horner, ed, European Gothic: A Spirited Exchange 1760-1960 (Manchest University Press, 2002). ISBN 0-7190-6043-X (cloth); 0-7190-6064-8 (paper)

POLITICAL THOUGHT

Bauré, Nicolas. «Une utopie des Lumières: la société amérindienne». Strasbourg, Université Marc Bloch, mémoire de DEA, juin 2001. Dir.: Pierre Hartmann.

Black, J. "Eighteenth-century English politics: Recent work." Albion, 32, 2 (Summer 2000): 248-272

Carson, John. "Differentiating a Republican Citizenry: Talents, Human Science, and Enlightenment Theories of Governance." Osiris, 17 (2002).

Dumont, Georges-Henri. «Aspects politiques, économiques et sociaux», dans Peter-Eckhard Knabe, Roland Mortier et François Moureau (édit.), l'Aube de la modernité 1680-1760 (Amsterdam et Philadelphie: John Benjamins [coll. «Comparative History of Literatures in European Languages», 16], 2002). ISBN: 1 58811 100 8; 90 272 3449 3

Gorski, P.S. "Beyond Marx and Hintze? Third-wave theories of early modern state formation." Comparative Studies in Social History, 43, 4 (October 2001): 851-61.

Goswami, M. "Rethinking the modular nation form: Toward a sociohistorical conception of nationalism." Comparative Studies in Social History, 44, 4 (October 2002): 770-99.

* Gross, Irena Grudzinska. The Scar of Revolution: Custine, Tocqueville, and the Romantic Imagination. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1991. Newly available in complete online edition: http://ark.cdlib.org/ark:/13030/ft3b69n83q/

* Harris, Tim, ed. The Politics of the Excluded, c. 1500-1800. Palgrave, 2001. 295 pp. ISBN 0-333-72223-X [cloth]; 0-333-72224-8 [paper]

 

Snapp, J.R. "An enlightened empire: Scottish and Irish imperial reformers in the Age of the American Revolution." Albion, 33, 3 (Fall 2001): 388-403.

Torre, Alessandro. "The Emergence of Parliamentary Presidential Models in Late 18th-Century Legislatures: Reflections on a Fragment from Jeremy Bentham." Parliaments, Estates and Representation / Parlements, états et représentations, 22 (2002).

Walker, J. "Legal and political discourse in seventeenth-century Venice." Comparative Studies in Social History, 44, 4 (October 2002): 800-26.

Weinstein, B. "Popular constitutionalism and the London Corresponding Society." Albion, 34, 1 (Spring 2002): 37-57.

* Wolf, Nelly. le Roman de la démocratie. Paris: Presses universitaires de Vincennes (coll. «Culture et société»), 2003. 262 pp.

Herder

* Barnard, Frederick M. Herder on Nationality, Humanity, and History. Montréal & Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press (coll. «McGill-Queen's Studies in the History of Ideas»), 2003. 208 pp. ISBN: 0-7735-2519-X.

Wollstonecraft

* Bahar, Saba. Mary Wollstonecraft's Social and Aesthetic Philosophy. Palgrave, 2002. 230 pp. ISBN 0-333-97390-9

[see also title by Tauchert listed under England - Literature - Wollstonecraft]

RUSSIA - HISTORY

Bradley, J. "Subjects into citizens: Societies, civil society, and autocracy in tsarist Russia" American History Review, 107, 4 (October 2002): 1094-1123.

* Hartley, Janet M. Charles Whitworth: Diplomat in the Age of Peter the Great. Ashgate, 2002.

O'Loughlin, Katrina. "'Having lived much in the world': inhabitation, embodiment, and English women travellers' representations of Russia in the eighteenth century." Women's Writing, 8, 3 (2001): 419-440 [Jane Vigor's Letters from a Lady (1775) and Eliza Justice's Voyage to Russia (1746); women's strategic & and literary uses of the female body].

Ostrowski, D. "The facade of legitimacy: Exchange of power and authority in early modern Russia." Comparative Studies in Social History, 44, 3 (July 2002): 534-63.

[see also title by Stroev listed under France - Literature - Casanova]

RUSSIA - LITERATURE

O'Malley, L.D. "Catherine the Great's "Woeful Knight": A slanted parody." Theatre History Studies, 21 (2001): 11-26.

SCOTLAND - HISTORY

* Bailey, Brian. Burke and Hare: The Year of the Ghouls. Edinburgh: Mainstream, 2002. 240 pp. ISBN 1840185759

Hearn, J. "Narrative, agency, and mood: On the social construction of national history in Scotland." Comparative Studies in Social History, 44, 4 (October 2002): 745-69.

SCOTLAND - LITERATURE

Boswell

[see title by Purdie & Gow listed under History of Medicine].

Macpherson

* Macpherson, James. Fragments de poésie ancienne / Ossian-Macpherson; trad. de Diderot, Turgot, Suard. Fragments of Ancient Poetry Collected in the Highlands of Scotland from the Gaelic or Erse Language. Paris: José Corti («Collection romantique», 23), 1990. 206 pp. Texte en gaélique et traduction française en regard. Édition préparée par François Heurtematte. ISBN: 2-7143-0377-3

Scott

Duncan, Ian. "Primitive Inventions: Rob Roy, Nation, and World System." Eighteenth-Century Fiction, 15, 1 (October 2002): 81-102.

Ragaz, Susan. "Writing to Sir Walter: The Letters of Mary Bryan Bedingfield." Cardiff Corvey, 7 (December 2001), online journal, available: http://www.cf.ac.uk/encap/corvey/articles/cc07_n02.html

Sussman, Charlotte. «The Emptiness at The Hearth of Midlothian: Nation, Narration, and Population», Eighteenth-Century Fiction, 15, 1 (octobre 2002): 103-126.

Smollett

Ennis, D.J. "Naval impressment in Tobias Smollett's Roderick Random." Albion, 32, 2 (Summer 2000): 232-247.

* Irvine, Robert P., Enlightenment and Romance: Gender and Agency in Smollett and Scott. Peter Lang, 2000. 224 p. ISBN: 3-906758-94-X.

Thomson

Gottlieb, Evan. "The Astonished Eye: The British Sublime and Thomson's 'Winter'." The Eighteenth Century: Theory and Interpretation, 42, 1 (Spring 2001): 43-57.

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

SOUTH & CENTRAL AMERICA,
BRASIL, MEXICO, NEW SPAIN

Brown, K.W. "Workers' health and colonial mercury mining at Huancavelica, Peru." Americas, 57, 4 (April 2001): 467-96.

Clark, Fiona. "La Gazeta de Literatura de México, 1788-1795: Relating Science and Society through Periodical Literature in Late Eighteenth-Century Mexico." Ph.D. dissertation, Queen's University Belfast, Spring, 2003. Dir. Gabriel Sánchez Espinosa. For abstract see: http://www.fas.harvard.edu/~atlantic/dissabs.html#clark

de la Teja, J.F. "St. James at the fair: Religious ceremony, civic boosterism and commercial development on the Colonial Mexican frontier." Americas, 57, 3 (January 2001): 395-418.

* Herzog, Tamar. Defining Nations: Immigrants and Citizens in Early Modern Spain and Spanish America. Yale University Press, 2003. 352 pp. ISBN 0-300-09253-9

Lokken, P. "Marriage as slave emancipation in seventeenth-century rural Guatemala." America, 58, 2 (October 2001): 175-200.

MacCormack, S. "History, historical record, and ceremonial action: Incas and Spaniards in Cuzco." Comparative Studies in Social History, 43, 2 (April 2001): 329-63.

Mayo, J. "The development of British interests in Chile's Norte Chico in the early nineteenth century." Americas, 57, 3 (January 2001): 363-94.

* Metcalf, Alida C. Family and Frontier in Colonial Brazil: Santana de Paraíba, 1580-1822. Berkeley : University of California Press, 1992. Newly available in complete online edition: http://ark.cdlib.org/ark:/13030/ft3s2005k7/

* Patch, Robert W. Maya Revolt and Revolution in the Eighteenth Century. M.E. Sharpe, 2002. 270 pp. ISBN 0-7656-0411-0 (cloth); 0-7656-0412-4 (paper)

Riley, J.D. "Public works and local elites: The politics of taxation in Tlaxcala, 1780-1810." Americas, 58, 3 (January 2002): 355-93.

Weinstein, B. "Buddy, can you spare a paradigm? Reflections on generational shifts and Latin American history." Americas, 57, 4 (April 2001): 453-66.

§ Americas, 57, 2 (October 2000) is a special issue on the theme, "The African in Early Spanish America" - titles include M. Restall & J. Landers, "Introduction" (167); M. Restall, "Black conquistadors: Armed Africans in early Spanish America" (171); L. Gutierrez Brockington, "The African diaspora in the Eastern Andes: Adaptation, agency, and fugitive action, 1573-1677" (207); K. Lane, "Captivity and redemption: Aspects of slave life in early colonial Quito and Popayan" (225); R.A. Herrera, "'Por que no sabemos firmar': Black slaves in early Guatemala" (247); B. Vinson, "The racial profile of a rural Mexican province in the 'Costa Chica': Igualapa in 1791" (269).

SPAIN - HISTORY

* Haliczer, Stephen. Inquisition and Society in the Kingdom of Valencia, 1478-1834. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1990. Newly available in complete online edition: http://ark.cdlib.org/ark:/13030/ft958009jk/

* Herr, Richard. Rural Change and Royal Finances in Spain at the End of the Old Regime. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1989. Newly available in complete online edition: http://ark.cdlib.org/ark:/13030/ft4d5nb394/

* Perry, Mary Elizabeth, & Anne J. Cruz, editors Cultural Encounters: The Impact of the Inquisition in Spain and the New World. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1991. Newly available in complete online edition: http://ark.cdlib.org/ark:/13030/ft396nb1w0/

SPAIN - LITERATURE

* Whitenack, Judith A., & Gwyn E. Campbell, eds. Zayas and her Sisters: An Anthology of Novelas by 17th-Century Spanish Women. Pegasus Press (Spanish Classsical Texts), 2000. 409 pp. ISBN 1-889818-24-0 (paper) [includes 14 annotated texts by authors including Maria de Zayas y Sotomayor, Mariana de Carvajal y Saavedra, Leonor de Meneses, and Ana Abarca de Boles y Mur].

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

SWEDEN

Upton, A.P. "Charles XI and the Swedish Estates, 1680-1693." Parliaments, Estates and Representation / Parlements, états et representations, 22 (2002).

SWITZERLAND

[see title by Rebel listed under Germany &c. - History]

THEATRE HISTORY

Gonzalez, Christophe. «Nouveauté et théâtre au Portugal: un long chemin semé d'embûches», dans Peter-Eckhard Knabe, Roland Mortier et François Moureau (édit.), l'Aube de la modernité 1680-1760 (Amsterdam et Philadelphie: John Benjamins [coll. «Comparative History of Literatures in European Languages», 16], 2002). ISBN: 1 58811 100 8; 90 272 3449 3

Herzig, Carine. «Le théâtre espagnol à l'aube des Lumières: un théâtre sous influence(s)?», dans Peter-Eckhard Knabe, Roland Mortier et François Moureau (édit.), l'Aube de la modernité 1680-1760 (Amsterdam et Philadelphie: John Benjamins [coll. «Comparative History of Literatures in European Languages», 16], 2002).

Laudin, Gérard. «Le théâtre aux Pays-Bas», dans Peter-Eckhard Knabe, Roland Mortier et François Moureau (édit.), l'Aube de la modernité 1680-1760 (Amsterdam et Philadelphie: John Benjamins [coll. «Comparative History of Literatures in European Languages», 16], 2002).

Laudin, Gérard. «Le théâtre dans les pays scandinaves», dans Peter-Eckhard Knabe, Roland Mortier et François Moureau (édit.), l'Aube de la modernité 1680-1760 (Amsterdam et Philadelphie: John Benjamins [coll. «Comparative History of Literatures in European Languages», 16], 2002).

Laudin, Gérard. «Le théâtre en Allemagne», dans Peter-Eckhard Knabe, Roland Mortier et François Moureau (édit.), l'Aube de la modernité 1680-1760 (Amsterdam et Philadelphie: John Benjamins [coll. «Comparative History of Literatures in European Languages», 16], 2002).

England

"Additions to archives." Theatre Notebook, 55, 3 (2001): 159-62 [Historical Manuscript Commission].

Baldwin, O., & T. Wilson. "Lavinia Fenton's birthdate." Theatre Notebook, 56, 1 (2002): 72.

Barbour, Judith. "Garrick's Version: the production of Perdita." Women's Writing, 9, 1 (2002): 125-138 [Mary Robinson's short stage career; her famous role as Perdita in Shakespeare's Winter's Tale produced by Garrick at Drury].

Davis, J. "'They show me off in every form and way': The iconography of English comic acting in the late 18th and early 19th centuries." Theatre Research International, 26, 3 (October 2001): 243-256.

Earl, J. "Harold Scott, the Comus Court and the choice spirits' assembly." Theatre Notebook, 55, 3 (2001): 130-145.

"The Fisher Collection at the Theatre Museum." Theatre Notebook, 56, 1 (2002): 71.

Hobbs, M. "Kemble as Rolla." Theatre Notebook, 56, 1 (2002): 71 [Sir Thomas Lawrence portrait of John Philip Kemble in Pizarro"].

Merrett, Robert James. «Les formes théâtrales anglaises, 1660-1780», dans Peter-Eckhard Knabe, Roland Mortier et François Moureau (édit.), l'Aube de la modernité 1680-1760 (Amsterdam et Philadelphie: John Benjamins [coll. «Comparative History of Literatures in European Languages», 16], 2002). ISBN: 1 58811 100 8; 90 272 3449 3

Myers, R.J., & J. Brodowski. "Rewriting the Hallams: Research in 18th century British and American theater." Theatre Survey, 41, 1 (May 2000): 1-22.

Zampelli, M.A. "The 'most honest and most devoted of women': An early modern defense of the professional actress." Theatre Survey, 42 (1): 1-23.

Ziegler, G. "The Garrick Collection at the Folger Shakespeare Library: New initiatives." Theatre Survey, 42, 1 (May 2000): 85-88.

France

Moureau, François. «Le combat pour le théâtre», dans Peter-Eckhard Knabe, Roland Mortier et François Moureau (édit.), l'Aube de la modernité 1680-1760 (Amsterdam et Philadelphie: John Benjamins [coll. «Comparative History of Literatures in European Languages», 16], 2002). ISBN: 1 58811 100 8; 90 272 3449 3

* Montandon, Alain (édit.). l'Hospitalité au théâtre. Clermont-Ferrand: Presses universitaires de l'Université Blaise-Pascal (coll. «Littératures»), 2003. 384 pp. ISBN: 2-84516-209-X.

Scott, V. "The actress and utopian theatre reform in eighteenth-century France: Riccoboni, Rousseau, and Restif." Theatre Research International, 27, 1 (March 2002): 18-27.

U.S. - Colonial & Federal

[see title by Myers & Brodowski listed under Theatre History - England]

THEORY & CRITICISM

* Barry, Peter. Beginning Theory: An Introduction to Literary and Cultural Theory. 2nd ed. Manchester University Press, 2002. ISBN 0-7190-6283-3 (paper).

* Bloch, R. Howard, & Frances Ferguson, eds. Misogyny, Misandry, and Misanthropy. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1989. Newly available in complete online edition: http://ark.cdlib.org/ark:/13030/ft809nb586/

Bostic, Heidi. "Luce Irigiray and Love." Cultural Studies, 16, 5 (September, 2002): 603-10.

Cacoullos, A.R. "American feminist theory." American Studies International, 39, 1 (February 2001): 72-117.

* Callahan, Anne. Writing the Voice of Pleasure: Heterosexuality without Women. Palgrave, 2002. 288 pp. ISBN 0-312-23937-8

* Cassedy, Steven. Flight from Eden: The Origins of Modern Literary Criticism and Theory. Berkeley : University of California Press, 1990. Newly available in complete online edition: http://ark.cdlib.org/ark:/13030/ft8h4nb55x/

* Chakrabarty, Dipesh. Habitations of Modernity: Essays in the Wake of Subaltern Studies. University of Chicago Press, 2002. 173 pp. ISBN 0-226-10039-1 (paper)

* Cronk, Nicholas. The Classical Sublime. Charlottesville: Rookwood Press (coll. «Emf Critiques»), 2003. x/210 pp. ISBN: 1886365229.

* Davis, Todd F., & Kenneth Womack. Formalist Criticism and Reader-Response Theory. Palgrave, 2002. 204 pp. ISBN 0-333-76531-1 (cloth); 0-333-76532-X

Dharwadker, A. "Authorship, metatheatre, and antitheatre in the Restoration." Theatre Research International, 27, 2 (July 2002): 125-135.

Dokou, Christina. "Derrida's Travels: Swift at Large in the Academy." The Eighteenth Century: Theory and Interpretation, 42, 2 (Summer 2001): 113-41.

* Eagleton, Terry. Sweet Violence: The Idea of the Tragic. Oxford: Blackwell, 2003.

* Easthope, Antony. Privileging Difference. Ed. Catherine Belsey. Palgrave, 2002. 182 pp. ISBN 0-333-78628-9 (cloth); 0-333-78629-7 (paper)

* Escola, Marc. le Tragique. Paris: Flammarion (coll. «GF-Corpus»), 2002. 256 pp. Compte rendu électronique: http://www.fabula.org/revue/cr/326.php

* Forestier, Georges. la Tragédie. Paris: Presses universitaires de France, 2003.

* Gordon, Daniel, ed. Postmodernism and the Enlightenment: New Perspectives in Eighteenth-Century French Intellectual History. Routledge, 2000. 240 pp. ISBN: 041592796X (cloth); 0415927978 (paper)

* Hall, Donald E. Queer Theories. Palgrave, 2003. 224 pp. ISBN 0-333-77539-2 (cloth); 0-333-77540-6 (paper)

* Hallward, Peter. Absolutely Postcolonial: Writing Between the Singular and the Specific. Manchester University Press (Angelaki Humanities), 2002. 488 pp. ISBN 0-7190-6125-3 (cloth); 0-7190-6126-1 (paper)

* Hirschkop, Ken, & David Shepherd. Bakhtin and Cultural Theory. 2nd ed. Manchester University Press, 2002. ISBN 0-7190-4989-X (cloth); 0-7190-4990-3 (paper)

Holas, Sergio. "Postmodernity, subalternity and border gnosis." Postcolonial Studies: Culture, Politics, Economy, 5, 3 (November 2002): 333-40.

Horak, Roman "Cultural Studies In Germany Revisited." Cultural Studies, 16, 6 (November 2002): 884 ff.

Huggan, Graham. "Postcolonial studies and the anxiety of interdisciplinarity." Postcolonial Studies: Culture, Politics, Economy, 5, 3 (November 2002): 245-78.

* John, Mary E. Discrepant Dislocations: Feminism, Theory, and Postcolonial Histories. Berkeley, Calif. : University of California Press, 1996. Newly available in complete online edition: http://ark.cdlib.org/ark:/13030/ft509nb389/

Knabe, Peter-Eckhard. «La genèse de l'esthétique moderne», dans Peter-Eckhard Knabe, Roland Mortier et François Moureau (édit.), l'Aube de la modernité 1680-1760 (Amsterdam et Philadelphie: John Benjamins [coll. «Comparative History of Literatures in European Languages», 16], 2002). ISBN: 1 58811 100 8; 90 272 3449 3

Laudin, Gérard. «La fable», dans Peter-Eckhard Knabe, Roland Mortier et François Moureau (édit.), l'Aube de la modernité 1680-1760 (Amsterdam et Philadelphie: John Benjamins [coll. «Comparative History of Literatures in European Languages», 16], 2002). ISBN: 1 58811 100 8; 90 272 3449 3

Laudin, Gérard. «La satire», dans Peter-Eckhard Knabe, Roland Mortier et François Moureau (édit.), l'Aube de la modernité 1680-1760 (Amsterdam et Philadelphie: John Benjamins [coll. «Comparative History of Literatures in European Languages», 16], 2002).

Lee, Meredith. «Les textes poétiques», dans Peter-Eckhard Knabe, Roland Mortier et François Moureau (édit.), l'Aube de la modernité 1680-1760 (Amsterdam et Philadelphie: John Benjamins [coll. «Comparative History of Literatures in European Languages», 16], 2002).

Lo, Jacqueline. "Miscegenation's 'dusky human consequences.'" Postcolonial Studies: Culture, Politics, Economy, 5, 3 (November 2002): 297-310.

Lüsebrink, Hans-Jürgen. «La figure du lecteur-traducteur. Inscriptions textuelles et médiations (inter-) textuelles», dans Roger Chartier et Alfred Messerli (édit.), Lesen und Schreiben in Europa, 1500-1900. Vergleichende Perspektiven, perspectives comparées, perspettive comparate (Basel: Schwabe & Co., 2001), pp. 577-592.

Lutter, Christina, & Lutz Musner. "Cultural Studies In Austria." Cultural Studies, 16, 6 (November 2002): 783 ff.

Lutter, Christina. & Markus Reisenleitner. "Introducing History (in)to Cultural Studies: Some Remarks on the German Speaking Context." Cultural Studies, 16, 5 (September, 2002): 611-30.

* MacKenzie, Ian. Paradigms of Reading: Relevance Theory and Deconstruction. Palgrave, 2002. 248 pp. ISBN 0-333-96833-6

* Malpas, Simon, ed. Postmodern Debates. Palgrave (Readers in Cultural Criticism), 2001. 191 pp. ISBN 0-333-76536-2

Martin, Angus. «Les textes narratifs», dans Peter-Eckhard Knabe, Roland Mortier et François Moureau (édit.), l'Aube de la modernité 1680-1760 (Amsterdam et Philadelphie: John Benjamins [coll. «Comparative History of Literatures in European Languages», 16], 2002). ISBN: 1 58811 100 8; 90 272 3449 3

McLennan, Gregor. "Sociological Cultural Studies: The Question of Explanation." Cultural Studies, 16, 5 (September, 2002): 631-50.

McConachie, B. "Doing things with image schemas: The cognitive turn in theatre studies and the problem of experience for historians." Theatre Journal, 53, 4 (December 2001): 569-594.

Mortier, Roland. «Histoire et prose d'idées», dans Peter-Eckhard Knabe, Roland Mortier et François Moureau (édit.), l'Aube de la modernité 1680-1760 (Amsterdam et Philadelphie: John Benjamins [coll. «Comparative History of Literatures in European Languages», 16], 2002). ISBN: 1 58811 100 8; 90 272 3449 3

* Ottone, R. Il tragico come domanda. Una chiave di volta nella cultura occidentale. Milan: Glossa, 1998.

* Pavel, Thomas. la Pensée du roman. Paris: Gallimard (coll. «NRF Essais»), 2003.

Pavis, P. "Theatre studies and interdisciplinarity." Theatre Research International, 26, 2 (July 2001): 153-163.

Reisenleitner, Markus. "Institutionalizing Cultural Studies In Austria: A View From Afar." Cultural Studies, 16, 6 (November 2002): 896 ff.

Sandner, Günther. "From the Cradle to the Grave: Austro-Marxism and Cultural Studies." Cultural Studies, 16, 6 (November 2002): 908 ff.

Stephens, Julie. "On global grounds ." Postcolonial Studies: Culture, Politics, Economy, 5, 3 (November 2002): 341-44.

* Sternberg-Greiner, Véronique. le Comique. Paris: Flammarion (coll. «GF-Corpus/Lettres»), 2002. 254 pp.

Taylor, N. "John Weaver and the origins of English pantomime: A neoclassical theory and practice for uniting dance and theatre." Theatre Survey, 42, 2 (November 2001): 191-214.

* Viala, Alain. le Tragique. Paris: Gallimard, 2003.

Walsh, Mary. "Irigaray and Difference: Towards a Culture of Two Subjects." Australian Feminist Studies, 18, 40 (March 2003): 103-07 [review essay].

[see also title by McGann listed under Computers; by Gelber listed under England - Literature - Dryden]

U.S. - COLONIAL & FEDERAL HISTORY

Baack, B. "Forging a nation state: the Continental Congress and the financing of the War of American Independence." Economic History Review, 54, 4 (November 2001): 639 ff.

Baptist, E.E. "'Cuffy,' 'fancy maids,' and 'one-eyed men': Rape, commodification, and the domestic slave trade in the United States." American History Review, 106, 5 (December 2001): 1619-50.

Bender, T. "Strategies of narrative synthesis in American history." American History Review, 107, 1 (February 2002): 129-53 [review essay].

Boot, M. "Liberal imperialism." American Heritage, 53, 3 (July 2002): 62-68.

* Bourne, Russell. Gods of War, Gods of Peace: How the Meeting of Native and Colonial Religions Shaped Early America. New York: Harcourt, 2002. 425 pp. ISBN 0-15-100501-X

Bruegel, M. "Work, gender, and authority on the farm: The Hudson Valley countryside, 1790s-1850s." Agricultural History, 76, 1 (Winter 2002): 1-27.

Chalmers, C. "Splendide Californie! Selections by French artists in California history, 1786-1900." California History, 79, 4 (Winter 2000): 154-79.

Crothers, A.G. "Agricultural improvement and technological innovation in a slave society: The case of early national northern Virginia." Agricultural History, 75, 2 (Spring 2001): 135-167.

DuVal, K. "The education of Fernando de Leyba: Quapaws and Spaniards on the border of empires." Arkansas Historical Quarterly, 60, 1 (Spring 2001): 1-29.

Ethier, E. "The making of a traitor." American History, 36, 3 (August 2001): 22 ff. [Benedict Arnold at the Battles of Saratoga; rivalry].

* Freeman, Joanne B. Affairs of Honor: National Politics in the New Republic. Yale University Press, 2001. 400 pp., ill. ISBN 0-300-08877-9 (cloth); 0-300-09755-7 (new in paper) [winner of Society for Historians of the Early Republic's 2001 Best Book Award].

* Harris, Leslie M. In the Shadow of Slavery: African Americans in New York City, 1626-1863. University of Chicago Press, 2002. 360 pp., ill., maps. ISBN 0-226-31774-9

Helms, D. "Soil and southern history." Agricultural History, 74, 4 (Fall 2000): 723 ff.

Hunter, Brooke. "Rage for the Grain: Flour Milling in the Mid-Atlantic, 1750-1815." Ph.D. dissertation, University of Delaware, 2002. Dir. Cathy Matson. For abstract see: http://www.fas.harvard.edu/~atlantic/dissabs.html#hunter

Hyslop, S.G. "An explorer or a spy? American explorer Zebulon Pike in the Spanish territory of New Mexico in 1807." American History, 37, 3 (August 2002): 58-64.

* Johnson, Claudia Durst. Daily Life in Colonial New England. Greenwood Press, 2002. 248 pp. ISBN 0-313-32678-9

* Kaminski, John P., Gaspare J. Saladino, Richard Leffler, & Charles H. Schoenleber, eds. The Documentary History of the Ratification of the Constitution, Vol. 19: Ratification of the Constitution of the States, New York, Vol. 1. University of Wisconsin Press, 2003. 640 pp. ISBN 0-87020-342-8

Kashatus, W.C. "Seamstress for a Revolution: An intriguing controversy surrounds Betsy Ross and the making of the first American flag - Did she or didn't she?" American History, 37, 3 (August 2002): 20-23; with A. Carr, "The Betsy Ross House," 23; & A. Patton, "Evolution of a flag." 24-25.

Kennedy, M.V. "'Cash for his turnups': Agricultural production for local markets in colonial Pennsylvania, 1725-1783." Agricultural History, 74, 3 (Summer 2000): 587-608.

* Lindman, Janet Moore, & Michele Lise Tarter, eds. A Centre of Wonders: The Body in Early America. Cornell University Press, 2001. 283 pp. ISBN 080143601X (cloth); ISBN 0801487390 (paper)

* McCarthy, Kathleen D. American Creed: Philanthropy and the Rise of Civil Society, 170-1865. University of Chicago Press, 2003. 320 pp. ISBN 0-226-5619804

McCue, M.W. "The soldier and the 'King': Philip, the Wampanoag sachem Metacom, led a doomed attempt to force the English settlers out of New England in 1675." American History, 37, 2 (June 2002): 44-50,

Moreno, D. "'Here the society is united': 'Respectable' Anglos and intercultural marriage in pre-Gold Rush California." California History, 80, 1 (Spring 2001): 2-17.

Razer, B. "Arkansas history, 1999: A selected bibliography." Arkansas Historical Quarterly, 59, 4 (Winter 2000): 436-44.

Razer, B. "Arkansas history, 2000: A selected bibliography." Arkansas Historical Quarterly, 60, 4 (Winter 2001): 411-419.

* Reid, John Phillip. Constitutional History of the American Revolution. Vol. 1: The Authority of Rights; Vol. 2: The Authority to Tax; Vol. 3: The Authority to Legislate; Vol. 4: The Authority to Law. University of Wisconsin Press, 2003 [first paperback edition].

Ritz, J.P. "Queenston Heights." American History, 36, 5 (December 2001): 42-3 [Canadian site of British victory in War of 1812].

Rodrigue, Barry Hadfield. "An Album in the Attic: The Forgotten Frontier of the Quebec-Maine Borderlands during the Revolutionary War." Journal of the Historical Society, 3, 1 (Winter 2003).

* Saxton, Martha. Being Good: Women's Moral Values in Early America. Hill & Wang, 2003. 480 pp. ISBN 0-374-11011-5

Severn-Levy, F. "Fort Necessity National Battlefield." American History, 37, 1 (April 2002): 29 [French & Indian War].

Smith, D. "Disaster at Queenston Heights." American History, 36, 5 (December 2001): 38 ff. [War of 1812; factionalism & political divisions in army]

Tidwell, J. "The Great Dismal Swamp." American Heritage, 53, 2 (May 2002): 66-73.

Tuttle, B.R. "Death at Dartmoor." American History, 37, 4 (October 2002): 30-36 [guards fire on American prisoners captured in the War of 1812].

* Volo, James M., & Dorothy Denneen Volo. Daily Life on the Old Colonial Frontier. Greenwood, 2002. 264 pp. ISBN 0-313-32679-7

* Wyatt-Brown, Bertram. The Shaping of Southern Culture: Honor, Grace, and War, 1760S-1890s. University of North Carolina Press, 2001. 444 pp. ISBN 0807825964 (cloth); 080784912X (paper)

* Zuckerman, Michael. Almost Chosen People: Oblique Biographies in the American Grain. Berkeley : University of California Press, 1993. Newly available in a complete online edition: http://ark.cdlib.org/ark:/13030/ft3w1005d9/

[see also titles by Adas & by Robertson listed under Historiography; by Pierce under History of Architecture]

Archaeology

* Cantwell, Anne-Marie, & Diana diZerega Wall. Unearthing Gotham: An Archaeology of New York City. Yale University Press, 2001. 342 pp., ill. ISBN 0-300-0841503

Bishop, L.M. "Digging Valley Forge." American History, 37, 3 (August 2002): 8 ff.

Franklin

* Franklin, Benjamin. The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin. Ed. Leonard W. Laaree, Ralph L, Ketcham, Helen C. Boatfield, & Helen H. Fineman. New intro. by Edmund S. Morgan. 2nd ed. Yale University Press, 2003. 400 pp. ISBN 0-300-09858-8 (paper).

* Franklin, Benjamin. The Papers of Benjamin Franklin. Volume 36: November 1, 1781, through March 15, 1782. Ed. Ellen R. Cohn, et al. Yale University Press, 2002. 849 pp., ill. ISBN 0-300-08870-1

Ketchum, R.M. "The spirit of '54." American Heritage, 53, 4 (September 2002): 57-64 [influence of Franklin's "Plan of Union" on the Constitution].

* Lopez, Claude-Anne. My Life With Benjamin Franklin. Yale University Press, 2000. 288 pp. ISBN 0-300-08192-8

Mills, J. "'Debauched by a book': Benjamin Franklin, Richard Brautigan, and The Pleasure of the Text." California History, 79, 1 (Spring 2000): 10 ff.

* Morgan, Edmund S. Benjamin Franklin. Yale University Press, 2002. 352 pp., ill. ISBN 0-300-09532-5

Schwarz, F.D. "Time Machine: 1752 - Franklin flies a kite." American Heritage, 53, 3 (July 2002): 72.

Snow, R.F. "Founding Filcher: Benjamin Franklin, plagiarist? Father John Ray's English Proverbs." American Heritage, 53, 2 (May 2002): 21.

Jefferson

Barger, J. "Mr. Jefferson's Virginia." American History, 35, 6 (February 2001): 42 [historical sites].

"Doubts about Jefferson and Hemings: The debate goes on." American Heritage, 53, 1 (March 2002): 13.

Ferling, J. "Jefferson's war." American History, 35, 6 (February 2001): 36 ff. [American Revolution].

Truscott, L.K., IV. "Children of Monticello." American Heritage, 52, 1 (March 2001): 50-57 [controversy about who may lie in the Jefferson graveyard].

Whitman, B. "Jefferson was a winemaker too." American Heritage, 53, 1 (March 2002): 12.

Lewis & Clark

* Clark, William. Dear Brother: Letters of William Clark to Jonathan Clark. Ed. James L. Holmberg. Yale University Press, in association with the Filson Historical Society, 2002. 352 pp., ill. ISBN 0-300-09010-2

[see also "Bring Back Your Party Safe" website listed under History of Medicine]

Washington

Brookhiser, R. "Introducing Washington." American Heritage, 53, 3 (July 2002): 56-61 [film biography].

Huntington, T. "Washington: The early years." American History, 37, 1 (April 2002): 4.

Myers, J.J. "George Washington's dire straits." American History, 36, 2 (June 2001): 21-30 [John Glover's Massachusetts regiment help in the retreat after the Battle of Long Island].

Snow, R.F. "Shoot Alors! A pair of eighteenth-century pistols with a presidential lineage sells for a huge sum." American Heritage, 53, 2 (May 2002): 27 [given by Lafayette to Washington].

Thomsen, P.A. "Baptism of fire." American History, 37, 1 (April 2002): 26 ff. [Washington in French & Indian War].

 

U.S. - COLONIAL & FEDERAL LITERATURE

* Basker, James G.. An Anthology of Poems About Slavery, 1660-1810. Yale University Press, 2002. 784 pp. ISBN 0-300-09172-9

* Brooks, Joanna. "Face Zion Forward": First Writers of the Black Atlantic, 1785-1798. Boston: Northeastern University Press, 2002.

* Giles, Paul. Transatlantic Insurrections: British Culture and the Formation of American Literature, 1730-1860. University of Pennsylvania Press, 2001. 262 pp. ISBN: 0-8122-3603-3.

Equiano

[see also title by Gautier under England - Literature - Behn]

Wheatley

Gates, Henry Louis, Jr. "A critic at large: Phillis Wheatley on trial." New Yorker (Jan. 20, 2003): 82-87.

Warren, Kenneth W. "Phillis Wheatley's visions." New Yorker (Feb. 17 & 24, 2003): 18.

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