No. 95

Fall, Winter, Spring 2004-2005

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.,

  Paul Bunten

  Jim Chevalier

  Eleazar Durfee

  Neil Guthrie

  Nicole Jacques-LeFèvre

  Catherine Labio

  Jim May

  Benoît Melançon

  Pat Reynolds

  Maureen E. Mulvihill

  Lisa Rosner

  Servanne Woodward

  A.J. Wright

As always, acknowledgments and greetings are due to the Man in the Funny Hat, the New Dog (Lady Mary), the Operator of the Moderately Elegant Machines, the Secret Admirer, Grandpa Owl, the Learned Bicyclists, Henry the Human Fly, the Chair of the Irony Board, the Royal Liliputian Chamber Music Society, Professor Cadenza, the New Old-Fashioned Ballad Posse, the Tradescant Mathematical Glee Club, Mrs. Calabash (wherever you are), Dr. Seuss, Lord Buckley, Willie the Lion Smith, the Via Garibaldi Wishful Thinking Club, Commissioner Blair’s Strict Tempo Dance Band, the Great Dismal Swamp Preservation Society, and the Syndics of the New Intangible College.

This issue of Selected Readings is dedicated to the memory of Mr. Geoffrey Fuzzyblazer, who was a good cat, but much given to night wanderings. During one of said wanderings he met a sad fate whilst crossing Broadway--no, not that Broadway--and was hastened sans dignity through all nine of his lives by a passing motorcar, alas.

And once again this issue is made possible by the Institute for Creative Insolvency in the New Intangible College.

Please note that not all contributions sent since SR 94 have made it into this issue, which was compiled on the fly, as it were. Look for your material in SR 96. Thanks.

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ACADEMIA, THE FIELDS,
THE DISCIPLINES, INTERDISCIPLINARITY,
THE PROFESSION,
SCHOLARLY PUBLISHING, &c.

Caws, Peter. "The Unconscious is Structured Like a City: Freud, Lacan, and the Project of the Human Sciences." Janus Head, Special Supplement: Selected Papers from the 6th Annual Human Sciences Conference at the George Washington University (2001), available online: http://www.janushead.org/GW-2001/caws.cfm

Custodi, Andrea. "Rethinking Academic Discourse: A Poetic Approach to Academic Endeavor." Janus Head, Special Supplement: Selected Papers from the 6th Annual Human Sciences Conference at the George Washington University (2001), available online: http://www.janushead.org/GW-2001/custodi.cfm

Goshert, John C. "A Minor Incision: Trans-Disciplinarity and the Discourses of Marginality." Janus Head, Special Supplement: Selected Papers from the 6th Annual Human Sciences Conference at the George Washington University (2001), available online: http://www.janushead.org/GW-2001/goshert.cfm

Heins, John P. "Das achtzehnte Jahrhundert: Signs of Abundant Life in Germany’s Eighteenth-Century Studies." East-Central Intelligencer, n.s. 19, 2 (February 2005): 24-26.

Macek, Steve. "Containing Cultural Studies: The Departmentalization of an Anti-Disciplinary Project." Janus Head, Special Supplement: Selected Papers from the 6th Annual Human Sciences Conference at the George Washington University (2001), available online: http://www.janushead.org/GW-2001/macek.cfm

May, James E., Greg Clingham, Anna Battigelli, George Justice, & James G. Buickerood. "TheSpectator, No. 23: The State of Book Reviewing." East-Central Intelligencer, n.s. 19, 2 (February 2005): 13-24 [round table].

Robbins, Brent Dean. "Scientia Media, Incommensurability, and Interdisciplinary Space." Janus Head, Special Supplement: Selected Papers from the 6th Annual Human Sciences Conference at the George Washington University (2001), available online: http://www.janushead.org/GW-2001/robbins.cfm

§ Janus Head 1, 2 (Fall 1998) is a special issue, "Crossing Boundaries: Reflections on the Interdisciplinary."

AFRICA & THE AFRICAN DIASPORA

Lanni, Dominique. «L’extrême étrangeté en procès: le Hottentot dans le discours des voyageurs, philosophes et naturalistes européens au XVIIIe siècle», dans Marie-Odile Bernez (édit.), Visions de l’étranger au siècle des Lumières (Dijon: Éditions universitaires de Dijon [coll. «Kaléidoscopes/ÉUD»], 2002), pp. 11-21. ISBN: 2-905965-72-X

Lind, Vera. "Privileged Dependency on the Edge of the Atlantic World: Africans and Germans in the Eighteenth Century." SVEC, 9 (2004).

Reese, Ty M. "Debating England’s African Trade: Mercantilism, Free Trade, and the World’s Commodities at Cape Coast Castle, 1730-1780." SVEC, 9 (2004).

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

Slavery

Bly, Antonio. "Slavery in Eighteenth-Century Virginia." Eighteenth-Century Studies, 38, 2 (Winter 2005): 361-367 [review essay].

* Carey, Brycchan; Markman Ellis, & Sarah Salih, eds. Discourses of Slavery and Abolition: Britain and its Colonies, 1760-1838. Palgrave Macmillan, 2004. ISBN: 1-4039-1647-0 [includes Carey & Salih, "Introduction," Peter Kitson, "‘Candid Reflections’: The Idea of Race in the Debate over the Slave Trade and Slavery in the Late Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth Century," Sue Wiseman, "Abolishing Romance: Representing Rape in Oroonoko," Markman Ellis, "‘Incessant labour’: Georgic Poetry and the Problem of Slavery," Candace Ward, "Sensibility, Tropical Disease, and the Eighteenth-Century Sentimental Novel," Brycchan Carey, "‘The hellish means of Killing and Kidnapping’: Ignatius Sancho and the Campaign Against the ‘abominable traffic for slaves,’" Mark Stein, "Who’s Afraid of Cannibals: Some Uses of the Cannibalism Trope in Olaudah Equiano’s Interesting Narrative," Diana Paton, "‘From His Own Lips’: The Politics of Authenticity in A Narrative of Events since the First of August, 1834, by James Williams, An Apprenticed Labourer in Jamaica," Sarah Salih, "The History of Mary Prince, the Black Subject, and the Black Canon," Dierdre Coleman, "Henry Smeathman, the Fly-catching Abolitionist," Bob Tennant, "Sentiment, Politics, and Empire: A Study of Beilby Porteus’s Antislavery Sermon," Johanna M. Smith, "Slavery, Abolition, and the Nation in Priscilla Wakefield’s Tour Books for Children," Frances Botkin, "Questioning the ‘Necessary Order of Things’: Maria Edgeworth’s ‘The Grateful Negro’, Plantation Slavery, and the Abolition of the Slave Trade," Leo Costello, "Turner’s Slave-Ship, 1840: Towards a Dialectical History Painting."

Carey, Daniel. "Sugar, Colonialism, and the Critique of Slavery: Thomas Tryon in Barbados." SVEC, 9 (2004).

* Dorsey, Joseph C. Slave Traffic in the Age of Abolition: Puerto Rico, West Africa, and the Non-Hispanic Caribbean, 1815-1859. University Press of Florida, 2003. 336 pp. ISBN: 0-8130-2478-1

* Eltis, David , Frank Lewis, & Kenneth Sokoloff, eds. Slavery in the Development of the Americas. Cambridge University Press, 2004. 384 pp., ill., maps. ISBN: 0521832772 [Part I. Establishing the System: Seymour Drescher. "White Atlantic? The choice for African slave labor in the plantation Americas"; Pieter C. Emmer "The Dutch and the slave Americas"—Part II. Patterns of Slave Use: Lorena S. Walsh, "Mercantile strategies, credit networks, and labor supply in the colonial Chesapeake in trans-Atlantic perspective"; Fransisco Vidal Luna & Herbert S. Klein, "African slavery in the production of subsistence crops, the case of São Paulo in the nineteenth century"’; Frank D. Lewis, "The transition from slavery to freedom through manumission: a life-cycle approach applied to the United States and Guadeloupe"—Part III. Productivity Change and Its Implications: David Eltis & David Richardson, "Prices of African slaves newly arrived in the Americas, 1673–1865: new evidence on long-run trends and regional differentials"; Laird W. Bergad, "American slave markets during the 1850s: slave price rises in the US, Cuba, and Brazil in comparative perspective"; Elizabeth B. Field-Hendrey & Lee A. Craig, "The relative efficiency of free and slave agriculture in the antebellum United States: a stochastic production frontier approach"—Part IV. Implications for Distribution and Growth: James R. Irwin, "Slavery and economic growth in Virginia, 1760–1860: a view from probate records"; Philip D. Morgan, "The poor: slaves in early America"; Robert A. Margo, "The North-South wage gap, before and after the Civil War"].

Festa, Lynn. "Tropes and Chains: Figures of Exchange in Eighteenth-Century Depictions of the Slave Trade." SVEC, 9 (2004).

Martin, Claire Emilie, & David Shafer. "The Politics of Race and Slavery in the British Empire and Ancien Régime." Eighteenth-Century Studies, 38, 2 (Winter 2005): 355-360.

* Moitt, Bernard, ed. Sugar, Slavery, and Society: Perspectives on the Caribbean, India, the Mascarenes, and the United States. University Press of Florida, 2004. 208 pp. ISBN 0-8130-2779-9 [select titles include: B.V. Baviskar, "Indian Sugar Then and Now: Power to the Peasants"; Sada Niang, "Cane and Its Uses in Grainger’s The Sugar Cane, Selvon’s ‘Cane is Bitter,’ Ernest Moutoussamy’s Aurore, and Lucie Julia’s Les Gens de Bonne-Espérance"; Joyce Leung, "Awakening, Resistance, and Empowerment: The Slave Protagonist in the Cane Literatures of the Caribbean and the Mascarenes"; B. Moitt & Horace L. Henriques, "Social Stratification and Agency in a Sugar Plantation Society: Enslaved Africans, Free Blacks, and the White Planter Class in the Guiana Colonies and British Guiana, 1700-1850"; Paget Henry, "The Caribbean Plantation: Its Contemporary Significance"]

Watson Parsons, Sarah. «The Arts of Abolition: Race, Representation, and British Colonialism, 1768-1807». SVEC, 9 (2004).

[see also title by Shepherd listed under Caribbean; by Pérez under England – Language & Literature – Godwin; by Harvey & O’Brien under U.S. Colonial & Federal History – Washington]

ANTHROPOLOGY, ARCHAEOLOGY, RACE

Jordan, Stacy C. "Coarse Earthenware at the Dutch Colonial Cape of Good Hope, South Africa: A History of Local Product." International Journal of Historical Archaeology, 4, 2 (June 2000).

[see also title by Purdy listed under Philosophy – Kant]

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

Andrès, Bernard. «Jacques Grasset de Saint-Sauveur (1757-1810), aventurier du livre et de l’estampe: première partie: la lettre de 1785 au comte de Vergennes». Cahiers des Dix, 56 (2002): 193-215.

Andrès, Bernard. «Jacques Grasset de Saint-Sauveur (1757-1810), aventurier du livre et de l’estampe: deuxième partie: du costume à la tenue d’Ève». Cahiers des Dix, 57 (2003): 323-352.

* Birman, Manuelle de. l’Amour des livres et de la lecture. Tome 1. Le lait de la louve, de l’Antiquité au XIXe siècle. L’Archange minotaure (coll. «Format du soleil»), 2004.

Cram, Kurt-Georg. "‘Des Lebens Üverfluß’ und die buchhalterische Akkuratesse: Die Beziehungen des Dichters Ludwig Tieck zu einem Verleger Georg Anfreas Reuner im Spiegel des Kontobuchs." Archiv für Geschichte des Büchwesens, 58 (2004): 171-195, ill.

* Fleming, Patricia Lockhart, Gilles Gallichan, et Yvan Lamonde (édit.). Histoire du livre et de l’imprimé au Canada. Volume I. Des débuts à 1840. Montréal: Presses de l’Université de Montréal, 2004. xxix, 566 pp., ill. ISBN: 2-7606-1768-8

Goulet, Anne-Madeleine. «Les Livres d’airs de différents auteurs publiés chez Ballard (1658-1694): du livre d’usage au livre-mémorial». Texte, 33-34 (2003).

Mace, Nancy A. "The Perils and Pleasures of Interdisciplinary Research and the late Eighteenth-Century Music Trade." East-Central Intelligencer, n.s. 19, 2 (February 2005): 3-9 [2004 EC/ASECS Presidential Address].

* Martin, Henri-Jean, avec Jean-Marc Chatelain et Christian Jacob. Les métamorphoses du livre. Paris: Albin-Michel, 2004. 299 pp.

May, James E. "The Leab Prize for Library Exhibition Catalogues, and Delaware’s Acquisition of Frank Tober’s Collection on Literary Forgery." East-Central Intelligencer, n.s. 19, 2 (February 2005): 50-55 [includes a select listing of catalogues].

May, James E. "Manuscripts and Rare Books at Auction and in Catalogues, 2001-04." East-Central Intelligencer, n.s. 18, 3 (September 2004): 42-53.

May, James E. "Manuscripts and Rare Books at Auction and in Catalogues, 2001-04." East-Central Intelligencer, n.s. 19, 2 (February 2005): 55-63.

May, James E. "A Select Bibliography of Recent Studies of Censorship, Libel, Obscenity, and Press Freedom." East-Central Intelligencer, n.s. 18, 3 (September 2004): 72-77.

May, James E. "A Select Bibliography of Recent Studies of Censorship, Libel, Obscenity, and Press Freedom, Part 2." East-Central Intelligencer, n.s. 19, 2 (February 2005): [81-97].

Peters, Julie S. «Le corps de Mnémosyne: le théâtre et le livre comme machines de mémoire à l’âge de l’imprimé». Texte, 33-34 (2003).

Rampelmann, Katja. "Kurze Geschichte der deutschsprachigen Kalendar und Almanache in den Vereinigten Staaten von Amerika." Archiv für Geschichte des Büchwesens, 58 (2004): 141-160, ill.

* Sauer, Elizabeth. "Paper-Contestations" and Textual Communities in England, 1640-1675. University of Toronto Press, 2005. 255 pp., ill. [focuses on performance materials in print culture].

Whiteman, Bruce. "High-Born Stealth and Other Readerly and Writerly Matters." Eighteenth-Century Studies, 38, 2 (Winter 2005): 333-336 [review essay].

[see also title by Espey listed under Geography – Travel; by Cellauro under History of Architecture; by Power under Ireland – History; by Meerkerk under Netherlands]

Web Resources

¥ BelEdiMar—an online listing of Belgian Editions, printed before 1801, as they come on the Market, available: http://users.skynet.be/biobibdata/belhome.html

Bibliophilia, Collecting, Book Sales

* Jahrbuch der Auktionspreise für Bücher, Handschriften und Autographen. Stuttgart: Ernst Hausewell, 2000-2004. xxiv, 850 pp., 1 cd-rom per volume [indexes books and ms. sales].

Mulvihill, Maureen E. "Under the Hammer: The Brett-Smith Library Auction (Sotheby’s, London, 27 May 2004)" Restoration, 28, 2 (Fall 2004): 49-50 [information on high-end sales: ms. volume of uncollected verse by Anne Wharton (85pp) and the Sir Edmund Gosse copy of Female Poems...by Ephelia (1679)]

* North, Michael J., and Eric Holzenberg (eds.) Printed Catalogues of French Book Auctions and Sales by Private Treaty, 1643-1830, in the Library of the Grolier Club. With essay by Edmond L. Lincoln. New York: The Grolier Club, 2004. 305 pp., ill.

Bookbinding, Conservation

* Foot, Mirjam M. The Decorated Bindings in Marsh’s Library, Dublin. Ashgate, 2004. 152 pp., ill. ISBN 0-7546-0611-2

Web Resources

¥ Hand Bookbindings from Special Collections in the Princeton University Library: Plain and Simple to Grand and Glorious—an online version of a 2002-2003 exhibition, displaying over 200 bindings, illustrated and discussed in categories including edge decoration, closure, blind tooling, panels and rolls, gold tooling, binding waste, Aldines, Italian, German, French, early American, and British bindings, temporary bindings, onlays, collectors, binders’ marks, modern bindings, embroidered bindings, and 20th-century English & American bindings—available: http://libweb5.princeton.edu/visual_materials/hb/hb.html

Book Illustration & Engraving

* Griffiths, Antony. Prints for Books: Illustration in France, 1760-1800. British Library (Panizzi Lectures), 2005. 190 pp., ill.

Libraries, Librarians, History of Libraries,
Archives, Archivists

Alston, Robin C. "The History of ESTC." The Age of Johnson: A Scholarly Annual, 15 (2004): 269-329.

* Bertrand, Anne-Marie. les Bibliothèques. Paris: la Découverte, 2004 (nouvelle édition). ISBN: 2-7071-4334-0.

* Jahn, Cornelia, & Dieter Kudorfer (eds.) Lebendiges Büchererbe: Säkularisation, Meduatisierung und die Bayerische Staatsbibliothek: Eine Austellung der Bayerischen Staatsbibliothek, München, 7 November 2003-30 Januar 2004. Munich: Staatsbibliothek (Ausstellungskataloge, 74), 2003. 239 pp., ill.

* Ker, Neil, & Michael Perkins, eds. A Directory of the Parochial Libraries of the Church of England and the Church in Wales. Rev. ed. London: Bibliographical Society, 2004. 490 pp., ill.

* McBurbet, Valerie, & Paul Wilson, eds. Guide to Libraries in London. 3rd ed. British Library, 2004. ix, 355 pp., maps.

McClelland, Arthur. "Routes to Roots: Acquiring Genealogical and Local History Materials in a Large Canadian Public Library." Acquisitions Librarian, 16, 31-32 (2004): 67-76.

* Ostrowski, Carl. Books, Maps, and Politics: A Cultural History of the Library of Congress. University of Massachusetts Press, 2004. x, 261 pp. [initial chapters concern "Books, Classical Republicanism, and Proposals for a Congressional Library," "Madison’s Vision Realized, 1800-1812," and "Thomas Jefferson, George Watterston, and the Linrary, 1814-1829."]

Newspapers & Journals

Ball, Gabriele. "‘Ich suche nichts mehr, als eine Gelegenheit im dem belobten Leipzig mich eine Zeitland aufzuhalten’: Johann Daniel Overbwecks Briefe an Johan Christoph Gottsched." Archiv fur Geschichte des Buchwesens, 58 (2004): 161-170.

De Montluzin, E.L. "The Anti-Jacobin Revisited: Newly Identified Contributions to the Anti-Jacobin Review during the Editorial Regime of John Gifford, 1798-1806." The Library, 4, 3 (September 2003): 278-302.

[see also titles by Hinks and by Dixon listed in book by McKay et al. under Bibliography – Print Culture; by Campbell under England – Literature; by Vos under Netherlands; by de Montluzin under Theory & Criticism]

Printing - Paper, Type, Printing

Amert, Kay. "Digital Comparisons of Letter Forms." Printing History, 2 (Fall 2003): 21-35, ill.

Dumontet, Carlo. "Compositorial Practices in Seventeenth-Century Naples." Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 98 (2004): 149-161.

* Rummonds, Richard-Gabriel. Nineteenth-Century Printing Practices and the Iron Handpress, with Selected Readings. British Library & Oak Knoll Press, in association with Five Roses Press, 2004. Forword by Stephen O. Sax. 2 vols., 1051 pp. [including appendices: "Concordance of Citiations" from Joseph Moxon’s Mechanick Exercises (1683); "Checklist of Descriptions and Illustrations of Iron Handpresses Cited and/or Illustrated in Printers’ Manuals Published between 1808 and 1866"; "Chronological Index of Pre-20th Century Printers’ Manuals," with a glossary].

Web Resources

¥ Behind the Typeface – a Flash animation from Veer, demonstrating the evolution of the Cooper Black font, available: http://www.veer.com/ideas/btt/

 

Print Culture, Publishers, History of the Book Trade

Bremer, Thomas. «‘Ne pas combenable pour un pais si delicat come le notre’: des sources inédites sur l’importation et la contrebande de livres français dans l’Espagne des Lumières». le Spectateur européen – The European Spectator, 1 (2000): 202-216.

* McKay, Barry, John Hinks, & Maureen Bell, eds. New Light on the Book Trade: Essays in Honour of Peter Isaac. The British Library, Oak Knoll Books, 2004. xvi, 224 [select essay titles include: John Feather, "The History of the English Provincial Book Trade: A Research Agenda" (1-13); David Stoker, "Freeman and Susan Collins and the Spread of English Provincial Printing" (27-36); Michael Powell, "Taking Stock: The Diary of Edmund Harrold of Manchester" (37-50); B. McKay, "Books in Eighteenth-Century Whitehaven" (51-60); David Hounslow, :From George III to Queen Victoria: A Provincial Family and Their Books" (61-72); J. Hinks, "John Gregory and the Leicester Journal" (85-94); Diana Dixon, "Paths through the Wilderness: Recording the History of Provincial Newspapers in England" (153-164); Warren McDougall, "Charles Elliot’s Book Adventures in Philadelphia and the Trouble with Thomas Dobson" (197-212); bibliography of Isaac’s publications (213-316).

* Santoro, Marco. Geschichte des Büchhandels in Italien. Tr. Herbert Streicher. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz (coll. "Geschichte des Büchhandels," 8), 2003. 222 pp., ill.

[see also title by Munck listed under History of Education; by Vera under New Spain &c.]

Reading – la Lecture

Walbiner, Carsten-Michael. "Monastic Reading and Learning in Eighteenth-Century Bilad al-Sam: Some Evidence from the Monastery of al-Suwayr (Mount Lebanon)." Arabica, 51 (2004): 452-477.

THE CARIBBEAN

* Rogozinski, Jan. A Brief History of the Caribbean: From the Arawak and Carib to the Present. Plume Books, 2000. 432 pp. ISBN 0452281938 (paper)

* Shepherd, Verene A., ed. Slavery without Sugar: Diversity in Caribbean Economy and Society Since the 17th Century. University Press of Florida, 2002. x, 296 pp. ISBN: 0-8130-2552-4 [titles include: David Geggus, "Indigo and Slavery in Saint Domingue"; O. Nigel Bolland, "Timber Extraction and the Shaping of the Culture of Enslaved Peoples in Belize"; B.W. Higman, "The Internal Economy of Jamaican Pens, 1760-1890"; V.A. Shepherd & Kathleen E.A. Monteith, "Nonsugar Proprietors in a Sugar-Plantation Society"; S.D. Smith, "Coffee and the ‘Poorer Sort of People’ in Jamaica during the Period of African Enslavement"; Gail Saunders, "Slavery and Cotton Culture in the Bahamas"; Evelyn Powell Jennings, "State Enslavement in Colonial Havana"; Pedro L.V. Welch, "The Urban Context of the Life of the Enslaved: View from Bridgetown, Barbados, in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries"; Hilary McD. Beckles, "Freedom without Liberty: Free Blacks in Barbados"; Franklin W. Knight, "The Free Colored Population in Cuba during the Nineteenth Century"; Felix Matos Rodriguez, "‘Quien Trabajara?’ Domestic Workers, Urban Enslaved Workers, and the Abolition of Slavery in Puerto Rico."]

[see title by Helg listed under New Spain – Colombia; by Garraway under Occult]

Barbados

[see title by D. Carey listed under Africa – Slavery]

Nevis

[see title by Terrell listed under Judaica]

Saint-Domingue

Garraway, Doris. "Race, Reproduction and Family in Moreau de Saint-Méry’s Description . . . de la partie française de l’isle Saint-Domingue." Eighteenth-Century Studies, 38, 2 (Winter 2005): 227-246.

CHILDREN’S LITERATURE
& POPULAR CULTURE

 

[see title by Smith listed in book by Carey et al. under Africa – Slavery]

CHINA - HISTORY

Min, Eun Kyung. "Narrating the Far East: Commerce, Civility, and Ceremony in the Amherst Embassy to China, 1816-1817." SVEC, 9 (2004).

[see also title by Liu listed under History of Religion; title by Vicente in book by Vicente & Corteguera listed under Spain – Literature]

CLASSICS, CLASSICAL CIVILIZATION
& ANTIQUARIANISM

Bernier, Marc André. «Les archives du néoclassicisme: Urbain Boiret et Joseph-Octave Plessis, lecteurs de la Rhetorica (1768-1769) de François Leguerne», dans Marc André Bernier (édit.), Archive et poétique de l’invention (Québec: Nota bene, 2003), pp. 55-82.

Delon, Michel. «Existe-t-il un néoclassicisme en littérature?», dans Jean Dagen et Philippe Roger (édit.), Un siècle de deux cents ans ? Les XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles: continuités et discontinuités (Paris, Desjonquères [coll. «L’esprit des Lettres»], 2004).

Todd, Robert, ed. Dictionary of British Classicists. Thoemmes Continuum, 2004. 3 vols., 1300 pp. ISBN 1-85506-977-0

Wilton-Ely, John. "‘Classic Ground’: Britain, Italy, and the Grand Tour." Eighteenth-Century Life, 28, 1 (Winter 2004): 136-165, ill. (review essay).

Athens

* Staikos, Konstantinos Sp., et al. Athens: From the Classical Period to the Present Day (5th Century B.C. - A.D. 2000). Oak Knoll Books, 2003. 540 pp., over 500 illustrations. ISBN 1584560916

Democritus

Galleron-Marasescu, Iona. «La figure de Démocrite chez Regnard et Autreau», dans Pierre Hartmann (édit.), le Philosophe sur les planches. L’image du philosophe dans le théâtre (1680-1815) (Strasbourg, Presses universitaires de Strasbourg, coll. «Centre d’étude sur les Lumières de l’Université de Strasbourg», 2004). ISBN: 2-86820-240-3.

Hercules, the Choice of Hercules

[see title by Braider listed under History of Art]

Neoclassicism

[see also title by Laquerre listed under France – Language & Literature]

Socrates

Lanni, Dominique, «La mort de Socrate, de Voltaire à Bernardin de Saint-Pierre», dans Pierre Hartmann (édit.), le Philosophe sur les planches. L’image du philosophe dans le théâtre (1680-1815) (Strasbourg, Presses universitaires de Strasbourg, coll. «Centre d’étude sur les Lumières de l’Université de Strasbourg», 2004).


COMPUTERS IN TEACHING AND SCHOLARSHIP

Franks, Mary Ann. "Remote Locutions: Mediation, Alienation, and Superfluity in Cyberspace Ideology." Janus Head, 1, 3 (Spring 1999), available online: http://www.janushead.prg/JHSpg99/franks.cfm

Stumm, Carey. "Preservation of Electronic Media in Libraries, Museums, and Archives." Moving Image, 4, 2 (2004): 38-63.

Digital Library Resources

 

¥ Chawton House Library and Study Centre – Chawton House hosts the Centre for the Study of Early English Women’s Writing, 1600-1830, and their website provides a rich supply of texts: Novels Online, available: http://www.chawton.org/novels.php

 

¥ THE WARBURG INSTITUTE LIBRARY DIGITAL COLLECTION – digital collections meant to make out-of-print source material on Medieval and Renaissance studies freely available online. Books are scanned, printed out on archival paper, bound and placed on the shelves. The originals are kept in the Reserve Books Room. A low resolution version of the pdf file (Adobe Reader required) is placed on the web and made available through the catalogue of the School of Advanced Study.

* Alphabetical list of digitised editions
*
Chronological list of digitised editions

Thematic lists:

* Festivals
*
Sources in the history of Astrology
*
Renaissance Platonism
*
Mnemonics
*
Emblem books
*
Encyclopaedias
*
Sources of Italian Art
*
Survival of Classical Art
*
Christian Iconography

 

¥ Universiteit Utrecht – Digital Special Collections: http://digbijzcoll.library.uu.nl/en/default.asp

Collections:

* Art history
*
Emblem books
*
History of Utrecht
*
History of Utrecht University
*
Miscellaneous
*
Polar travels
*
Stuyvesant
*
Utrecht pamphlets
*
Utrecht professors
*
Weyerman

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

* Clarkson, L.A., & E. Margaret Crawford. Feast and Famine: Food and Nutrition in Ireland, 1500-1920. Oxford University Press, 2001.

* Conroy, David W. In Public Houses: Drink & the Revolution of Authority in Colonial Massachusetts. University of North Carolina Press, 1995. 368 pp. ISBN: 0807822078

Fink, Béatrice. «How Many Cooks Spoil the Broth? An Anglo-French Blend». le Spectateur européen - The European Spectator, 1 (2000): 105-118.

* Sherman, Sandra. Fresh from the Past: Recipes and Revelations from Moll Flanders’ Kitchen. Taylor, 2004. 272 pp. ISBN: 158979088X [a cultural history of food in the long 18th century, with 120 authentic recipes adapted to modern cooks. Sandra says "It’s very ‘literary,’ and very beautiful--in addition to period prints, there are photos of food on 18th century china with 18th century silver."]

Sherman, Sandra. "‘The Whole Art and Mystery of Cooking’: What Cookbooks Taught Readers in the Eighteenth Century." Eighteenth-Century Life, 28, 1 (Winter 2004): 115-135.

[see also title by Fournier listed under Garden & Landscape History]

Web Resources

¥ Fons Grewe - Colleciones digitals: hosted by Universitat de Barcelona, this online collection of cookbooks and works on food, cooking, &c., of the 16th, 17th, and 18th centuries includes:

* Altimiras, Juan. Nuevo arte de cocina sacado de la escuela de la experiencia. Barcelona, 1758.
* Apici. De opsoniis et condimentis, sive Arte coquinaria, libri decem (Amsterdam, 1709).
* Audiger. La Maison reglée et l’art de diriger la maison d’un grand seigneur & autres, tant à la ville qu’à la campagne, & le devoir de tous les officiers & autres domestiques en general (Amsterdam, 1700).
* De Verstandige kok, of Sorghvuldige huyshoudster (Amsterdam, 1711).
* Dictionnaire portatif de cuisine, d'office et de distillation: contenant la maniere de préparer toutes sortes de viandes (Paris, 1767).
* Emy. L’Art de de bien faire les glaces d;office ou Les vrais principes pour congeler tous les rafraichissemens . . . avec un traité sur les mousses (Paris, 1768).
* Lémery, Louis. Traité des aliments (Paris, 1705).
* Marin, François. Les Dons de comus, ou l’art de la cuisine: reduit en pratique (Paris, 1750), vols 1-3.
* Martínez Montiño, Francisco. Arte de cocina, pasteleria, vizcocheria y conservaria (Barcelona, 1763).
* Massialot, François. Le Nouveau cuisinier royal et bourgeois (Paris, 1717), vol. 1 & 2.
* Massialot, François. Nouvelle instruction pour les confitures, les liqueurs et les fruits (Paris, 1716).
* Mata, Juan de la. Arte de reposteria : en que se contiene todo genero de hacer dulces secos y en liquido, viscochos, turrones y natas, bebidas heladas de todos generos, rosolis, mistelas, &c. : con una breve instruccion para conocer las frutas y servirlas crudas y diez mesas con su explicacion (Madrid, 1755).
* Moxon, Elizabeth. English houswifry exemplified in above four hundered and fifty receipts, giving directions in most parts of cookery ... : with cuts for the orderly placing the dishes and courses, also bills of fare for every month in the year and an alphabetical index to the whole (Leeds, 1764).
* Rodrigues, Domingos. Arte de cozinha dividida em tres partes : a primeira trata de modo de cosinhar varios pratos de todo o genero de carnes e conserva, tortas e empadas, a segunda de peixes, marisco, frutas, hervas, óvos, laticinios, doces, e conserva, tocantes ao mesmo genero, a terceira da fòrma de banquete para cualquer tempo do anno (Lisboa, 1758).
* Rodrigues, Domingos. Arte de cozinha dividida em tres partes : obra util e necessaria a todos os que regem e governað caza (Lisboa, 1765).
* Villena, Enric d’Aragó, Marquès de. Arte cisoria, ó Tratado del arte del cortar del cuchillo (Madrid, 1766).
* Zückert, Johann Friedrich. Iohannis Friderici Zückert ... Materia alimentaria in genera, classes et species disposita (Berlin, 1769).

These texts are available: http://www.bib.ub.es/grewe/grewe3.htm

DENMARK - HISTORY & CULTURE

[see title by Munck listed under History of Education]

ECONOMICS & HISTORY OF COMMERCE

Ahmed, Siraj. "The Power to Lend Money without Extracting Interest: Renegade Capitalism in Late Eighteenth-Century British India." SVEC, 9 (2004).

Bruni, Luigino. "The ‘Happiness transformation problem’ in the Cambridge tradition." European Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 11, 3 (September 2004): 433-452.

Cremaschi, Sergio. "Ricardo and the Utilitarians." European Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 11, 3 (September 2004): 377-404.

Drakopoulos, S. A., & A. D. Karayiannis. "The Historical Development Of Hierarchical Behavior In Economic Thought." Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 26, 3 (September 2004): 363-379.

El Guidi, Marco. "‘My Own Utopia’. The economics of Bentham’s Panopticon." European Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 11, 3 (September 2004): 405-432.

* Finn, Margot C. The Character of Credit: Personal Debt in English Culture, 1740-1914. Cambridge University Press (Cambridge Social and Cultural Histories Series, 1), 2003. xii, 362 pp., ill. ISBN: 0-521-82342-0.

Guidi, Marco. "‘My Own Utopia’: The Economics of Bentham’s Panopticon." European Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 11, 3 (2004): 405-32.

Hurtado Prieto, Jimena. "Bernard Mandeville’s Heir: Adam Smith or Jean-Jacques Rousseau on the Possibility of Economic Analysis." European Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 11, 1 (2004): 1-32.

Law, Peter. "Samuel Johnson on Consumer Demand, Status, and Positional Goods." European Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 11, 2 (2004): 183-208.

Peart, Sandra J., & David M. Levy. "Sympathy and its discontents: ‘Greatest happiness’ versus the ‘general good.’" European Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 11, 3 (September 2004): 453-478.

Porter, Theodore M. "The Culture of Quantification and the History of Public Reason." Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 26, 2 (June 2004): 165-178.

Rétat, Pierre. «Le bonheur fiscal des physiocrates». Études Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 11 (1999).

* Rutherford, Donald, ed. Dictionary of British Economics. Thoemmes Continuum, 2004. 2 vols., 1080 pp. ISBN 1-85506-030-7

Sturn, Richard. "The sceptic as an economist’s philosopher? Humean utility as a positive principle." European Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 11, 3 (September 2004): 345-376.

Ullmer, James H. "The Macroeconomic Thought Of Sir William Petty." Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 26, 3 (September 2004): 401-414.

Vargas, Yves. «Le riche, fondateur de la société: un déterminisme historique?» Études Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 11 (1999).

[see also title by D’Souza listed under India]

Smith

Alvey, James E. "The hidden theology of Adam Smith: A belated reply to Hill." European Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 11, 4 (December 2004): 623-29.

Coovadia, Imraan. "George Eliot’s Realism and Adam Smith." SEL, 42, 4 (Autumn 2002): 819-35.

Hill, Lisa. "Further reflections on the ‘Hidden Theology’ of Adam Smith." European Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 11, 4 (December 2004): 629-636.

ENGLAND - HISTORY

Batchelor, Jennie. "‘Industry in Distress’: Reconfiguring Femininity and Labor in the Magdalen House." Eighteenth-Century Life, 28, 1 (Winter 2004): 1-20.

Bowen, Scarlet. "‘The Real Soul of a Man in her Breast: Popular Opposition and British Nationalism in Memoirs of Female Soldiers, 1740-1750." Eighteenth-Century Life, 28, 3 (Fall 2004): 20-45.

Clark, Jonathan. "Why was there no Nationalism in England?" le Spectateur européen – The European Spectator, 5 (2004): 27-42.

[see also title by Probert listed under History of Law; titles by Houswitchka under Political Thought]

ENGLAND - LANGUAGE & LITERATURE

Amigioni, David. "Masks, masculinity, and market forces in 18th-century English Men of Letters," in Frank O’Gorman & Katherine Turner, eds., The Victorians and the Eighteenth Century: Reassessing the Tradition (Ashgate, 2004). ISBN 0-7546-0718-6

* Backscheider, Paula, & Catherine Ingrassia (eds.) A Companion to the Eighteenth Century English Novel and Culture. Blackwell, 2005. 576 pp.

Birch, Diana. "Ruskin’s revised 18th century," in Frank O’Gorman & Katherine Turner, eds., The Victorians and the Eighteenth Century: Reassessing the Tradition (Ashgate, 2004). ISBN 0-7546-0718-6

Berglund, Lisa. "‘Like the Pedant in Hierocles’: Thoughts on the Present and Future of the Eighteenth-Century Studies Anthology." The Age of Johnson: A Scholarly Annual, 15 (2004): 331-365 [review essay].

Mugglestone, Lynda. "Departures and returns: Writing the English dictionary in the 18th and 19th centuries," in Frank O’Gorman & Katherine Turner, eds., The Victorians and the Eighteenth Century: Reassessing the Tradition (Ashgate, 2004). ISBN 0-7546-0718-6

Budd, Adam. "‘The Practice of Sensibility’: Medicine, Philosophy, and the Novel in the 1740s." Toronto: University of Toronto, Ph.D. thesis, 2003. Dir. J.D. Baird.

Burditt, Paul F. "The Authorship of The Memoirs of Sir Charles Goodville (1753)." Notes and Queries, 51 (2004): 406-407.

Campbell, Jill. "Domestic Intelligence: Newspaper Advertising and the Eighteenth-Century Novel." Yale Journal of Criticism, 15, 2 (Fall 2002): 251-291.

Dix, Robin. "Eighteenth-Century Developments in the Patronage System: The Case of John Gilbert Cooper." The Age of Johnson: A Scholarly Annual, 15 (2004): 177-196.

Fraser, Hilary. "Regarding the 18th century: Vernon Lee and Emilia Dilke construct a period," in Frank O’Gorman & Katherine Turner, eds., The Victorians and the Eighteenth Century: Reassessing the Tradition (Ashgate, 2004). ISBN 0-7546-0718-6

Groom, Nick. "‘I am nothing’: a typology of the forger from Chatterton to Wilde," in Frank O’Gorman & Katherine Turner, eds., The Victorians and the Eighteenth Century: Reassessing the Tradition (Ashgate, 2004). ISBN 0-7546-0718-6

Hartling, Shannon. "Horrid Spectacles: Polite Taste and Impolite Depictions in the Eighteenth-Century Novel.: University of Waterloo, Ph.D. thesis, 2003. Dir. Fraser Easton.

* Hitchcock, Susan Taylor. Mad Mary Lamb: Lunacy and Murder in Literary London. W.W. Norton, 2005. ISBN 0-393-05741-0

Jay, Elisabeth. "The cultural politics of 18th-century representation in Victorian literary histories," in Frank O’Gorman & Katherine Turner, eds., The Victorians and the Eighteenth Century: Reassessing the Tradition (Ashgate, 2004). ISBN 0-7546-0718-6

Lund, Roger D. "Wit, Judgment, and the Misprisions of Similitude." Journal of the History of Ideas, 65, 1 (January 2004): 53-74.

Merritt, Juliette. "Originals, Copies and the Iconography of Femininity," in Donald Newman, ed. Uncommon Reflections: Emerging Discourses in The Spectator (University of Delaware Press, 2004).

* O’Gorman, Frank, & Katherine Turner, eds. The Victorians and the Eighteenth Century: Reassessing the Tradition. Preface by David Fairer. Ashgate, 2004. 284 pp., ill. ISBN 0-7546-0718-6

Osell, Tedra. "Tatling Women in the Public Sphere: Rhetorical Feminity and the English Essay Periodical." Eighteenth-Century Studies, 38, 2 (Winter 2005): 283-300.

Percy, Carol. "Plane English; or, The Orthography of Opposition in Mid-Eighteenth-Century Britain." The Age of Johnson: A Scholarly Annual, 15 (2004): 223-268.

Perreten, Peter. "Course Description for English 304: Harlots and Rogues." East-Central Intelligencer, n.s. 18, 3 (September 2004): 12-15.

Shaw, Harry E. "Realities of the Prison: Dickens, Scott, and the Secularization of their Eighteenth-Century Inheritance," in Monika Fludernik & Greta Olson (eds.), In the Grip of the Law: Trials, Prisons and the Space Between (Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 2004).

[see titles by Ellis and by Ward listed in book by Carey et al. under Africa – Slavery]

Web Resources

¥ First-Line Indexes of English Verse, 1650-1800: A Checklist – James Woolley’s updated checklist (of first-line indexes with at least 1000 lines), published by the Bibliographical Society of America, available: http://www.bibsocamer.org/BibSite/Woolley/ (the checklist was published in an earlier form in the East-Central Intelligencer).

Arbuthnot

Rogers, Pat. "Dr. Arbuthnot and his Family." Notes and Queries, 51 (2004): 387-389.

Astell

Kolbrener, William. "Gendering the Modern: Mary Astell’s Feminist Historiography." Eighteenth Century: Theory and Interpretation, 44, 1 (Spring 2003): 1-24.

Austen

* Austen, Jane. Frederic & Elfrida. Edmonton: Juvenilia Press, 2002. xxii, 29 pp. Ed. Peter Sabor, Sylvia Hunt, & Victoria Kortes-Papp.

Barbauld

Ready, Kathryn J. "What then, poor Beasie!’ Gender, Politics, and Animal Experimentation in Anna Barbauld’s ‘The Mouse’s Petition.’" Eighteenth-Century Life, 28, 1 (Winter 2004): 92-114.

Beckford

* Graham, Kenneth W., & Kevin Berland, eds. William Beckford and the New Millennium. New York: AMS Press (AMS Studies in the Eighteenth Century, 47), 2004. xiv, 313 pp., ill. ISBN 0-404-63547-4 [titles include: John Beynon, "Mr. Beckford’s ‘Favourite Propensity’: The Erotics of Boyhood and the Emergence of a Sexual Self in Late-Eighteenth-Century England" (7-36); Mirella Billi, "Beckford’s Visionary Landscapes: A Contemporary Reading" (27-52); Dick Claésson, "‘Lost in Dreams and Magic Slumbers’: An Outline of Beckford’s Aesthetic Dichotomy of Fancy and Reason" (53-72); John Garrett, "Uncouth Characters: Tonal Instability in Beckford’s Men Without Qualities" (73-94); Didier Girard, "Exposure and Repentance in William Beckford’s French Manuscripts" (95-118); K.W. Graham, "Perverse Interactions of the Gothic, Enlightened, and Oriental: William Beckford’s Vathek with The Episodes of Vathek" (119-130); Laura Bettencourt Pires, "William Beckford and Portugal: A Case of Mutual Attraction" (131-164); Paulo Mugayar Kühl, "Vendica i torti mei: Beckford, Opera, and Portuguese Society" (165-180); Stephen Clarke, "The Ruin of Fonthill: the reputation and influence of Beckford’s Abbey" (165-212); Laurent Châtel, "Landscaping Utopias’: Beckford’s Gardens and the Politics of the Sublime" (213-254); George Haggerty, "Beckford in Bath" (255-282); Kevin Cope, "The Millennium Continues to be an Incident: Occasional Reflections on the Renewability of Beckford’s Reputation" (283-306).

Behn

Beach, Adam R. "Carnival Politics, Generous Satire, and National Spectacle in Behn’s The Rover." Eighteenth-Century Life, 28, 3 (Fall 2004): 1-19.

Conway, Alison. "Flesh on the Mind: Behn Studies in the New Millenium." Eighteenth Century: Theory and Interpretation, 44, 1 (Spring 2003): 87-93.

[see also title by Wiseman listed in book by Carey et al. under Africa – Slavery]

Blake

Web Resources

New on the William Blake Archive

¥ The William Blake Archive has published electronic editions of Visions of the Daughters of Albion, copy A (British Museum) and proof copy a (Library of Congress). All texts and images of the illuminated books in the Archive, are fully searchable. Copy A was produced in Blake’s first printing session for Visions in 1793. The William Blake Archive is a free site, made possible through continuing support of the Library of Congress, the Institute for Advanced Technology in the Humanities at the University of Virginia, by a major grant from the Preservation and Access Division of the National Endowment for the Humanities, by the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and by the cooperation of the international array of libraries and museums that have generously given us permission to reproduce works from their collections in the Archive--www.blakearchive.org.

Burney

* Gemmeke, Mascha. Frances Burney and the Female Bildungsroman: An Interpretation of The Wanderer, or, Female Difficulties. Peter Lang (Münster Monographs on English Literature, 28), 2004. ISBN 3-631-52303-3 (cloth); US ISBN: 0-8204-6584-4 (paper)

Sabor, Peter. "The Burney Connection." Christ’s College Magazine, 227 (2002): 40-41.

Cavendish

* Cavendish, Margaret. Sociable Letters. Edited by James Fitzmaurice. Broadview Press, 2004. 336 pp. ISBN: 1551115581 [the edition’s critical introduction situates Margaret Cavendish’s Sociable Letters within the context of English letter writing and other early women writers. Appendices include letters Cavendish wrote during her courtship with William Cavendish; letters by two family members, Elizabeth Cavendish Egerton and Christiana Cavendish; letters written by Aphra Behn, Dorothy Osborne, and Angel Day; and an essay by Francis Bacon].

Centlivre

* Centlivre, Susanna. The Wonder: A Woman Keeps a Secret. Ed. John O’Brien. Broadview Press, 2004. 147 pp. ISBN 1551114542 [appendices include contemporary responses to Centlivre’s 1714 play (by Richard Steele & Arthur Bedford), biographical accounts, selections of Centlivre’s poetry, and early 19th-century criticism (by Elizabeth Inchbald & William Hazlitt].

Defoe

Ajroud, Habib. «Variations sur la proximité: notes sur Defoe». le Spectateur européen – The European Spectator, 2 (2000): 159-174.

DeLuna, DeAnn. "Robinson Crusoe, Virginal Hero of the Commercial North." Eighteenth-Century Life, 28, 1 (Winter 2004): 69-91.

Détis, Élisabeth. «Frontières et limites: du réel au symbolique dans The Further Adventures (1719) de Daniel Defoe». le Spectateur européen – The European Spectator, 6 (2004).

Gregg, Stephen H. "Defoe, Hedges, Fences and the Boundaries of Britannia." le Spectateur européen – The European Spectator, 5 (2004): 43-58.

Rogers, Pat. "Further Notes on Defoe’s Tour thro’ Great Britain." Notes and Queries, 51 (2004: 381-387.

[see also title by Sim listed under England – Literature – Manley]

Dryden

Roper, Alan. "Dryden, Scott, Pope, and Howell’s Epistolae Ho-Elianae." Notes and Queries, 51 (2004): 379-380.

Walker, David. "Dryden’s Don Sebastian and the Ideal Ruler." le Spectateur européen – The European Spectator, 5 (2004): 131-144.

Edgeworth

* Edgeworth, Maria. Harrington. Edited by Susan Manly. Broadview Press, 2004. 325 pp. ISBN: 1551114070 [text of 1817 novel of a recovering antisemite; edition includes correspondence between Edgeworth and Rachel Mordecai Lazarus, excerpts from John Toland’s Letters to Serena and Reasons for Naturalizing the Jews, an excerpt from Isaac D’Israeli’s article on Moses Mendelssohn, and contemporary reviews].

Fielding, Henry

Armintor, Deborah Needleman. "‘Go, Get Your Husband Put into Commission’: Fielding’s Tom Thumb Plays and the Labor of Little Men." Eighteenth Century: Theory and Interpretation, 44, 1 (Spring 2003): 69-85.

Charpillat, Claudie. «Castration et corruption à la française et à l’italienne chez Henry Fielding (123-140)», dans Marie-Odile Bernez (édit.), Visions de l’étranger au siècle des Lumières (Dijon: Éditions universitaires de Dijon [coll. «Kaléidoscopes/ÉUD»], 2002), pp. 123-140. ISBN: 2-905965-72-X

Keymer, Tom. "Tom Jones, Nell Gwyn, and the Cambridge Jest Book." Notes and Queries, 51 (2004): 408-409.

Small, Helen. "The debt to society: Dickens, Fielding, and the genealogy of independence," in Frank O’Gorman & Katherine Turner, eds., The Victorians and the Eighteenth Century: Reassessing the Tradition (Ashgate, 2004). ISBN 0-7546-0718-6

Wilputte, Earla. "Henry Fielding," in Steven R. Serafin & Valerie Grosvenor, ed., The Continuum Encyclopedia of British Literature (New York: Continuum, 2003).

[see also title by Haywood & Fielding listed under England – Literature – Haywood; by Rousseau under History of Law]

Fielding, Sarah

Wilputte, Earla. "Sarah Fielding," in Steven R. Serafin & Valerie Grosvenor, ed., The Continuum Encyclopedia of British Literature (New York: Continuum, 2003).

Foote

Tankard, Paul. "The ‘Great Cham’ and the ‘English Aristophanes’: Samuel Johnson, Samuel Foote, and Harmless Pleasure." The Age of Johnson: A Scholarly Annual, 15 (2004): 83-96.

Godwin

Kayman, Martin A. "Trials of Law and Language: Caleb Williams and John Horne Tooke," in Monika Fludernik & Greta Olson (eds.), In the Grip of the Law: Trials, Prisons and the Space Between (Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 2004).

Pérez, Eva M. "Encounters in Sixteenth-Century Europe: Jews, Black Slaves, and Despots in William Godwin’s Travels of St Leon." SVEC, 9 (2004).

Haywood

Fourny, Corrine. «Foreign Relations: Adapting the Image of the Other in Haywood’s The Fortunate Foundling and Crebillon’s Les heureux orphelins». le Spectateur européen – The European Spectator, 2 (2000): 135-148.

* Haywood, Eliza, & Henry Fielding. Anti-Pamela & Shamela. Catherine Ingrassia, ed. Broadview Press, 2004. 336 pp. ISBN: 155111383X (paper) [includes supporting contextual historical materials, including writings on sexuality, women’s work, Pamela and the print trade, education, and conduct.

* Haywood, Eliza. Fantomina and Other Works. Ed. Alexander Pettit, Margaret Case Croskerty, & Anna C. Patchias. Broadview Press, 2004. 288 pp. ISBN 1551115247 (paper) [includes Fantomina (1725), The Tea Table (1725), Reflections on the Various Effects of Love (1726), & Love-Letters on All Occasions (1730); appendices include contextual materials including writings by Haywood on female conduct, 18th-century pornography (from Venus in the Cloister), and source text, Nahum Tate’s A Present for the Ladies].

* Merritt, Juliette. Beyond Spectacle: Eliza Haywood’s Female Spectators. University of Toronto Press, 2004. 154 pp. ISBN: 080203540X

Wilputte, Earla. "Eliza Fowler Haywood," in Steven R. Serafin & Valerie Grosvenor, ed., The Continuum Encyclopedia of British Literature (New York: Continuum, 2003).

Inchbald

Smallwood, Angela. «Elizabeth Inchbald and the ‘Jostling Race’: Adaptations of French Comedy for the London Stage in the 1780s and 1790s». le Spectateur européen – The European Spectator, 2 (2000): 207-222.

[see title by Vanoflen listed under History of Education]

Johnson

Keevak, Michael. "Johnson’s Psalmanazar." The Age of Johnson: A Scholarly Annual, 15 (2004): 97-120.

Kemmerer, Kathleen Nulton. "Domestic Relations in Samuel Johnson’s Life of Milton." The Age of Johnson: A Scholarly Annual, 15 (2004): 57-82.

Pearce, Chris. "Johnson’s Proud Folio: The Material and Rhetorical Contexts of Johnson’s Preface to the Dictionary." The Age of Johnson: A Scholarly Annual, 15 (2004): 1-35.

Snead, Jennifer. "Disjecta Membra Poetæ: The Aesthetics of the Fragment and Johnson’s Biographical Practice in the Lives of the English Poets." The Age of Johnson: A Scholarly Annual, 15 (2004): 37-56.

Turner, Katherine. "The ‘link of transition’: Samuel Johnson and the Victorians," in Frank O’Gorman & Katherine Turner, eds., The Victorians and the Eighteenth Century: Reassessing the Tradition (Ashgate, 2004). ISBN 0-7546-0718-6

[see also title by Tankard listed under England – Literature – Foote; by Rothschild under History of Art – Reynolds; by Sharma under India – History]

Lennox

Carlile, Susan. "Charlotte Lennox’s Birth Date and Place." Notes and Queries, 51 (2004): 390-392.

Thompson, Helen. "Charlotte Lennox and the Agency of Romance." Eighteenth Century: Theory and Interpretation, 43, 2 (Summer 2002): 91-114.

Manley

Carnell, Rachel. "More Borrowing from Bellegarde in Delarivier Manley’s Queen Zarah and the Zarazians." Notes and Queries, 51 (2004): 377-379.

Sim, Stuart. "Manley, Defoe and the Politics of Self-Interest." le Spectateur européen – The European Spectator, 6 (2004).

Milton

Kendrick, Christopher. "‘Majestic Unaffected Style’: Quakerism and Improvement in Paradise Regained." Early Modern Culture: An Electronic Seminar, 4 (2004), available: http://eserver.org/emc/1-4/kendrick.html

[see also title by Kemmerer listed under England – Literature – Johnson]

More

Ready, Kathryn J. "Hannah More and the Bluestocking Salons: Commerce, Virtue, Sensibility, and Conversation." The Age of Johnson: A Scholarly Annual, 15 (2004): 197-222.

Smith, Nicholas D. "An Unidentified Translation by Hannah More in The London Magazine (1773)." Notes and Queries, 51 (2004): 414-415.

Newcastle, Margaret Cavendish, Duchess of

Wilputte, Earla. "Margaret Lucas Cavendish, Duchess of Newcastle," in Steven R. Serafin & Valerie Grosvenor, ed., The Continuum Encyclopedia of British Literature (New York: Continuum, 2003).

Oldmixon

Rogers, Pat. "John Oldmixon’s Family Again." Notes and Queries, 51 (2004): 389-390.

Pope

Lawlor, Clark. "Scriblerian Borders and Boundaries: Pope, Politeness and the Grotesque." le Spectateur européen – The European Spectator, 6 (2004).

O’Gorman, Frank. "The ‘high priest of an age of prose and reason’? Alexander Pope and the Victorians," in Frank O’Gorman & Katherine Turner, eds., The Victorians and the Eighteenth Century: Reassessing the Tradition (Ashgate, 2004). ISBN 0-7546-0718-6

Pritchard, Jonathan. "Alexander Pope and the Roads of Roman Britain." Notes and Queries, 51 (2004): 395-400.

Sherbo, Arthur. "Another of Alexander Pope’s Books." Notes and Queries, 51 (2004): 400.

Snead, Jennifer. "No Exit? Recent Publications on Pope." Eighteenth-Century Studies, 38, 2 (Winter 2005): 349-355 [review essay].

[see title by Roper listed under England - Literature – Dryden]

Richardson

Sabor, Peter, & Thomas Keymer. "Samuel Richardson’s Correspondence: Additions to Eaves and Kimpel." Notes and Queries, 248 (2003): 215-218.

[see also title by Haywood & Fielding listed under England – Literature – Haywood; title by Sabor under Ireland – Literature – Swift]

Shakespeare

Sherbo, Arthur. "John Nichols, ‘Editor’ of Shakespeare’s Plays." Notes and Queries, 51 (2004): 415-417.

Smart

Pellicer, Juan Christian. "Christopher Smart’s The Hop-Garden: A Satirical Parody of John Philips’s Cyder?" Notes and Queries, 51 (2004): 400-406.

Sterne

New, Melvyn. "Richard Lovell Edgeworth and Laurence Sterne." Notes and Queries, 51 (2004): 417-421.

* Tadie, Alexis. Sterne’s Whimsical Theatres of Language: Orality, Gesture, Literacy. Ashgate, 2003. 202 pp. ISBN: 0-7546-3076-5

Walpole

[see title by Brix listed under France – Literature]

EUROPE

Biloghi, Dominique. «Micromegas historien et l’Europe paradoxale des Lumières: voisins, amis et ennemies». le Spectateur européen – The European Spectator, 1 (2000): 17-32. « ».

Paret, Peter. "From Ideal to Ambiguity: Johannes von Müller, Clausewitz, and the People in Arms." Journal of the History of Ideas, 65, 1 (January 2004): 101-112.

Decaroli, Steve. "Tarrying on the Threshold: Nationalism and the Exemplary." le Spectateur européen – The European Spectator, 5 (2004): 145-158.

Wintle, Michael. "The Continent of Europe and its Boundaries in the Eighteenth Century: Geography, Civilization and Empire." le Spectateur européen – The European Spectator, 5 (2004): 159-184.

FICTION, POETRY, & FILM
SET IN THE LONG 18TH CENTURY

Fiction

Blanchet, Renée. Vol chez Philippeaux et autres friponneries. Nouvelles historiques. Montréal: Varia, 2004. 212 pp. Œuvre qui se déroule, en tout ou en partie, au XVIIIe siècle.

* Riffault, Véronique et Allen-François Lederlin. Chambre de verdure. Éditions Créer, 2004. 215 pp. Présentation Denis Tillinac. Œuvre qui se déroule, en tout ou en partie, au XVIIIe siècle.

* Santis, Pablo de. le Calligraphe de Voltaire. Paris: Métailié, 2004. 180 pp. Traduction de René Solis. Œuvre qui se déroule, en tout ou en partie, au XVIIIe siècle.

Fiction: Criticism

Cook, Malcolm, «Robespierre in French Fiction», dans Colin Haydon et William Doyle (édit.), Robespierre, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1999.

Burns, Christy L. "Postmodern Historiography: Politics and the Parallactic Method in Thomas Pynchon’s Mason & Dixon." PostModern Culture, 14, 1, 2003 [accessible only to Project Muse subscribers: http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/pmc/toc/pmc14.1.html

Williams, Carolyn D. "‘The dreams of thy youth’: Bucks, Belles and half-way men in Victorian fiction," in Frank O’Gorman & Katherine Turner, eds., The Victorians and the Eighteenth Century: Reassessing the Tradition (Ashgate, 2004). ISBN 0-7546-0718-6

FRANCE - HISTORY

Baczko, Bronislaw. «Les peurs de la Terreur», dans Jacques Berchtold et Michel Porret (édit.), la Peur au XVIIIe siècle. Discours, représentations, pratiques (Genève: Droz [coll. «Recherches et rencontres», 5], 1994).

* Bély, Lucien. Dictionnaire de l’Ancien Régime. Paris: Presses universitaires de France, 1996.

Bernard, Marie-Monique. «Regard oriental sur la France du début du XVIIIe siècle», dans Marie-Odile Bernez (édit.), Visions de l’étranger au siècle des Lumières (Dijon: Éditions universitaires de Dijon [coll. «Kaléidoscopes/ÉUD»], 2002), pp. 41-54. ISBN: 2-905965-72-X

* Bernez, Marie-Odile (édit.). Visions de l’étranger au siècle des Lumières. Dijon: Éditions universitaires de Dijon (coll. «Kaléidoscopes/ÉUD»), 2002. 203 pp. ISBN: 2-905965-72-X

Bochenek-Franczakowa, Regina. «La réticence dans le récit de la Révolution», dans Jan Herman, Natjalie Kremer et Marcela Swiatkowska (édit.), Traduire l’émotion. Actes des colloques de Cracovie (octobre 2001) et de Louvain / Anvers (juin 2002) (Liège: Éditions du Cefal [coll. «Les cahiers des paralittératures», 8], 2004), pp. 137-143. ISBN: 2-87 130-174-3

Bonnet, Jean-Claude. «Le débat sur le "Grand Siècle" à l’Académie au début du XIXe siècle», dans Jean Dagen et Philippe Roger (édit.), Un siècle de deux cents ans ? Les XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles: continuités et discontinuités (Paris, Desjonquères [coll. «L’esprit des Lettres»], 2004).

* Boyer, Claude-François. Des nouvelles de Malte: correspondance de M. l’abbé Boyer, 1738-1777. Bruxelles et Paris: Alain Blondy / PIE-Peter Lang et Direction des archives de France, ministère des Affaires étrangères, 2004. 280 pp.

* Dagen, Jean et Philippe Roger (édit.). Un siècle de deux cents ans? Les XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles: continuités et discontinuités. Paris, Desjonquères (coll. «L’esprit des Lettres»), 2004. 346 pp.

Deuber Ziegler, Erica. «Sédiments, traditions et héritages culturels: XVIe - XXe siècle». Équinoxe, 24 (automne 2004): 17s. ISSN: 1013-6002.

Giraud, Laurent. «Louis XVI à la tour du Temple ou l’imaginaire de l’historiographie révolutionnaire», dans Pascale Auraix-Jonchière (édit.), Ô saisons, ô châteaux. Châteaux et littérature, des Lumières à l’aube de la modernité 1764-1914 (Clermont-Ferrand: Presses de l’Université Blaise-Pascal, 2004).

Jacques-Lefèvre, Nicole. «1789: Interprétations eschatologiques de la Révolution française», dans Daniela Gallingani, Claude Leroy, André Magnan et Baldine Saint Girons (Éds.), Colloque interdisciplinaire Révolutions du moderne, (Université Paris X-Nanterre, 6-9 decembre 2000), (Paris-Méditerrannée, 2004), pp. 271-281.

Kintzler, Catherine. «Terreur et vertu. Métaphysique, morale et esthétique au comble du politique», dans Catherine Kintzler et Hadi Rizk (édit.), la République et la Terreur (Paris: Kimé, 1995).

Krief, Huguette. «Les Mémoires de Louvet, confessions d’un romancier girondin», dans Jacques Domenech (édit.), Autobiographie et fiction romanesque. Autour des Confessions de Jean-Jacques Rousseau (Nice: Université de Nice Sophia Antipolis [coll. «Publications de la Faculté des lettres de Nice», 37], 1996), pp. 181-191.

* Lloyd, Rosemary. Shimmering in a Transformed Light. Writing the Still Life. Cornell University Press, 2004. 192 pp. ISBN: 0-8014-4296-6 [those moments in literature when the narrative stops to allow for the description of those objects we associate with still life; points of time marked by the irruption of images of contingency and rapid change into the fields of art: for example, the year of the Terror in French history].

Nadeau, Martin. «Machiavel et la première république française». Carrefour, 24, 1 (2003): 117-133.

Naudin, M. «La réaction culturelle en l’an III: la représentation du Jacobin et du sans-culotte dans l’imaginaire de leur adversaire», dans Michel Vovelle (édit.), le Tournant de l’An III. Réaction et Terreur blanche dans la France révolutionnaire (Paris: Éditions du CTHS, 1997).

Pacini, Giulia. "Contending with the Droit d’Aubaine: Foreign Citizens in France before 1819." Eighteenth-Century Studies, 38, 2 (Winter 2005): 371-373 [review essay].

Roy, Mélanie. «Étude contemporaine de la cour de Louis XIV d’après le Journal du marquis de Dangeau 1684 à 1699». Montréal: Université de Montréal, mémoire de maîtrise, 2000. xviii, 96 pp.

Schaeper, Thomas J. "Recent Books and Dissertations on French History." French Historical Studies, 27 (2004): 483-492; 805-814.

Solé, Jacques. «Robespierre et la politique de la mort (1792-1794)», dans Élisabeth Liris et Jean Maurice Bizière (édit.), la Révolution et la mort (Toulouse: Presses universitaires du Mirail, 1991).

Winston, Michael. "Medicine, Marriage, and Human Degeneration in the French Enlightenment." Eighteenth-Century Studies, 38, 2 (Winter 2005): 262-281.

[see also title by Jacques-Lefèvre listed under Historiography; by Larkin under History of Art; by Ó Connaill under Ireland – History]

Napoleon

Bertaud, Jean Paul. "Napoleón y la Contrarrevolución en Francia." Trienio. Ilustración y Liberalismo, 44 (2004): 7-21 (traduccion de Ma. Betlem Castellà).

* Bonaparte, Napoléon. Correspondance de Napoléon. Tome premier. Les Apprentissages (1784-1797). Paris: Fayard, 2004. 1464 pp. Publiée par la Fondation Napoléon. Présentation du baron Gourgaud. Introduction générale de Jacques-Olivier Boudon. Sous la direction de Thierry Lentz, assisté d’Émilie Barthet et de François Houdecek.

Dufour, Gérard. "Napoleón y la Contrarrevolución en España." Trienio. Ilustración y Liberalismo, 44 (2004): 23-35.

Lemaire, J.F. "Napoleon facing the experts (1795-2001)." Hist. Sci. Med., 27, 2 (2003): 181-189 [in French].

Roura, Lluís. "Napoleón y la Contrarrevolución en la Europa Mediterránea: Nota de presentación." Trienio. Ilustración y Liberalismo, 44 (2004): 5-6.

Tengarrhina, José. "Napoleón y la Contrarrevolución en Portugal." Trienio. Ilustración y Liberalismo, 44 (2004): 37-61,

FRANCE - LANGUAGE & LITERATURE

Allard, Julie. «"Nous faisons chaque jour quelques pas vers le beau simple": transformations de la mode française, 1770-1790». Montréal: Université McGill, Département d’histoire, mémoire de maîtrise, 2003. Dir. Pierre H. Boulle.

Aragon, Sandrine. «Les belles étrangères vues par les femmes auteurs des lumières», dans Marie-Odile Bernez (édit.), Visions de l’étranger au siècle des Lumières (Dijon: Éditions universitaires de Dijon [coll. «Kaléidoscopes/ÉUD»], 2002), pp. 161-171. ISBN: 2-905965-72-X

Arnaud-Toulouse, Marie-Anne. «"Anglais affreux, Anglais sublimes dans le roman français vers 1730": la figure de l’Anglais dans les Mémoires de Beauchesne», dans Marie-Odile Bernez (édit.), Visions de l’étranger au siècle des Lumières (Dijon: Éditions universitaires de Dijon [coll. «Kaléidoscopes/ÉUD»], 2002), pp. 93-105. ISBN: 2-905965-72-X

Bénac, Karine. «Fantasio et le Jeu de l’amour et du hasard: une même quête de l’identité?». Littératures, 48-49 ( printemps-automne 2003): 49-63.

Berregard, Sandrine. «Le philosophe fou dans deux comédies du XVIIe siècle: les Illustres Fous de Beys et Timon de Brécourt», dans Pierre Hartmann (édit.), le Philosophe sur les planches. L’image du philosophe dans le théâtre (1680-1815) (Strasbourg, Presses universitaires de Strasbourg, coll. «Centre d’étude sur les Lumières de l’Université de Strasbourg», 2004).

Bokobza-Kahan, Michèle. «Mutations culturelles et construction du personnage du philosophe chez Destouches», dans Pierre Hartmann (édit.), le Philosophe sur les planches. L’image du philosophe dans le théâtre (1680-1815) (Strasbourg, Presses universitaires de Strasbourg, coll. «Centre d’étude sur les Lumières de l’Université de Strasbourg», 2004). ISBN: 2-86820-240-3

Bourassa, Yves. «Les coulisses de la scène jésuite», dans Marc André Bernier (édit.), Archive et poétique de l’invention (Québec: Nota bene, 2003), pp. 101-117.

Brix, Michel. «Du château d’Otrante à la forteresse de Silling», dans Pascale Auraix-Jonchière (édit.), Ô saisons, ô châteaux. Châteaux et littérature, des Lumières à l’aube de la modernité 1764-1914 (Clermont-Ferrand: Presses de l’Université Blaise-Pascal, 2004).

Brot, Muriel. «Le roman du XVIIe siècle dans la Bibliothèque universelle des romans», dans Jean Dagen et Philippe Roger (édit.), Un siècle de deux cents ans ? Les XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles: continuités et discontinuités (Paris, Desjonquères [coll. «L’esprit des Lettres»], 2004).

* Camurri, Daniela. Archiginnasio. Altri scenari di Francia. Opere teatrali francesi del XVII e XVIII secolo alla Biblioteca dell’Archiginnasio di Bologna. Bologne: Patron (coll. «ERBA», 50), 2004. 154 pp. ISBN: 88-555-2766-5 [Répertoire des œuvres de théâtre imprimées en France au cours des XVIIe et XVIII siècles et conservées à la Bibliothèque de la Ville de Bologne.]

Charles, Shelly. «Le roman entre tradition classique et modèle anglais», dans Jean Dagen et Philippe Roger (édit.), Un siècle de deux cents ans ? Les XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles: continuités et discontinuités (Paris, Desjonquères [coll. «L’esprit des Lettres»], 2004).

Citton, Yves. "Re-enchanting the Enlightenment with Thinking and Unthinking Fictional Machines." Eighteenth-Century Studies, 38, 2 (Winter 2005): 381-385 [review essay]/

Cortey-Lemaire, Mathilde. «La courtisane: l’étrangère de la fiction romanesque française du XVIIIe siècle de Prévost à Sade», dans Marie-Odile Bernez (édit.), Visions de l’étranger au siècle des Lumières (Dijon: Éditions universitaires de Dijon [coll. «Kaléidoscopes/ÉUD»], 2002), pp. 141-159. ISBN: 2-905965-72-X

Cortey, Mathilde. «La courtisane philosophe sur la scène érotique», dans Pierre Hartmann (édit.), le Philosophe sur les planches. L’image du philosophe dans le théâtre (1680-1815) (Strasbourg, Presses universitaires de Strasbourg, coll. «Centre d’étude sur les Lumières de l’Université de Strasbourg», 2004).

* Courtilz de Sandras. Mémoires de M. le marquis de Montbrun. Paris: Desjonquères (coll. «XVIIIe siècle»). 2004. 250 pp. Texte établi, annoté et indexé par Érik Leborgne. Préface de René Démoris. ISBN: 2 84321 068 2

Cuche, François-Xavier, «Les pédants philosophes de Molière», dans Pierre Hartmann (édit.), le Philosophe sur les planches. L’image du philosophe dans le théâtre (1680-1815) (Strasbourg, Presses universitaires de Strasbourg, coll. «Centre d’étude sur les Lumières de l’Université de Strasbourg», 2004).

Dandrey, Patrick. «D’un théâtre d’ombres. L’imaginaire dramatique du délire et de sa cure dans la pensée médicale des XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles», dans Jean Dagen et Philippe Roger (édit.), Un siècle de deux cents ans ? Les XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles: continuités et discontinuités (Paris, Desjonquères [coll. «L’esprit des Lettres»], 2004).

Escola, Marc. «Morale et fiction, de La Bruyère à Marivaux», dans Jean Dagen et Philippe Roger (édit.), Un siècle de deux cents ans ? Les XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles: continuités et discontinuités (Paris, Desjonquères [coll. «L’esprit des Lettres»], 2004).

Frantz, Pierre. «Le philosophe dans le théâtre de la Révolution: la place du mort», dans Pierre Hartmann (édit.), le Philosophe sur les planches. L’image du philosophe dans le théâtre (1680-1815) (Strasbourg, Presses universitaires de Strasbourg, coll. «Centre d’étude sur les Lumières de l’Université de Strasbourg», 2004).

Fumaroli, Marc. «La République des Lettres, l’université et la grammaire». Revue d’histoire littéraire de la France, 104, 2 (avril-juin 2004).

Gaillard, Aurélia. «L’ineptie de la statue: entre philosophie et roman», dans Nicole Jacques-Lefèvre et Anne Pascale Pouey-Mounou (Éds.), Sottise et ineptie de la Renaissance aux Lumières. Discours du savoir et représentations romanesques, Littérales 34-35 (PUBLIDIX, Université de Paris X- Nanterre, 2004), pp. 199-217.

Goldzink, Jean. «Le philosophe dans le drame bourgeois», dans Pierre Hartmann (édit.), le Philosophe sur les planches. L’image du philosophe dans le théâtre (1680-1815) (Strasbourg, Presses universitaires de Strasbourg, coll. «Centre d’étude sur les Lumières de l’Université de Strasbourg», 2004).

Goubier-Robert, Geneviève. «Claude-Joseph Dorat, le philosophe malin», dans Pierre Hartmann (édit.), le Philosophe sur les planches. L’image du philosophe dans le théâtre (1680-1815) (Strasbourg, Presses universitaires de Strasbourg, coll. «Centre d’étude sur les Lumières de l’Université de Strasbourg», 2004).

Guérin, Philippe. «La parole vertueuse et son envers monstrueux dans les dialogues de L.B. Alberti», dans Mariella Colin (édit.), Figures de l’autre (Caen: Université de Caen, Centre de recherche des langues romanes [coll. «Cahiers de littératures et de civilisations romanes», 3], 1995).

Hartmann, Pierre (édit.), le Philosophe sur les planches. L’image du philosophe dans le théâtre (1680-1815), Strasbourg, Presses universitaires de Strasbourg, coll. «Centre d’étude sur les Lumières de l’Université de Strasbourg», 2004, 336 p. ISBN: 2-86820-240-3

Krief, Huguette. «Ancien Régime et Révolution: les lieux de la rhétorique de Louvet», dans Pierre Hartmann (édit.), Louvet (Strasbourg: Publications de l’Université de Strasbourg, 1999), pp. 213-220.

Krief, Huguette. «La parade de la parodie dans Ann’Quin Bredouille (1791) de Gorgy», dans Huguette Krief et Sylvie Requemora (édit.), Fête et imagination dans la littérature du XVIe au XVIIIe siècle (Publications de l’Université de Provence [coll. «Textuelles»], 2004), pp. 83-98.

Krief, Huguette. «Peurs et Terreur: les lendemains romanesques de l’an II». Travaux de littérature, 17 (2004): 421-434.

* Krief, Huguette et Sylvie Requemora (édit.). Fête et imagination dans la littérature du XVIe au XVIIIe siècle. Publications de l’Université de Provence (coll. «Textuelles»), 2004.

Labrosse, Claude. «Puissance de la fiction, pouvoirs de l’instant». Études Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 5 (1991).

Laquerre, Marie Lise. «La parole souveraine. Rhétorique et esthétique néoclassique chez Joseph-Octave Plessis», dans Marc André Bernier (édit.), Archive et poétique de l’invention (Québec: Nota bene, 2003), pp. 84-100.

Maniquis, Robert. «La rhétorique éclairée du sacrifice: substitutions rationalistes et échanges romantiques», dans Jean Dagen et Philippe Roger (édit.), Un siècle de deux cents ans ? Les XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles: continuités et discontinuités (Paris, Desjonquères [coll. «L’esprit des Lettres»], 2004).

Menant, Sylvain. «D’un siècle à l’autre, la permanence anthologique», dans Jean Dagen et Philippe Roger (édit.), Un siècle de deux cents ans ? Les XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles: continuités et discontinuités (Paris, Desjonquères [coll. «L’esprit des Lettres»], 2004).

Pavel, Thomas. «Continuité ou coupure? Considérations sur le roman français du XVIIe au XVIIIe siècle», dans Jean Dagen et Philippe Roger (édit.), Un siècle de deux cents ans ? Les XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles: continuités et discontinuités (Paris, Desjonquères [coll. «L’esprit des Lettres»], 2004).

Poirson, Martial. «Confusions en tous genres dans la France des Lumières: le même et l’autre». Spectateur européen, 6, 2004.

Poirson, Martial. «Les textes classiques, entre consécration et relégation (dossier)». Texte, 33-34 (2003). «Trous de mémoire, entretien avec Jean-Marie Villegier»; «Phèdre ou les mésaventures de la Joconde, entretien avec Christian Rist»; «Une façon de s’archiver au présent, entretien avec Daniel Mesgish»; «Le théâtre de la foire: entrée en scène d’un autre répertoire, entretien avec Guy Spielmann»; «Les pièces de théâtre classiques sont des tombes sur lesquelles nous venons discuter intimement avec nos ancêtres, mais aussi rire et chanter, entretien avec Didier Doumergue».

Porset, Charles. «Hazard revisité. Y a-t-il une "charnière" XVIIe-XVIIIe siècle?», dans Jean Dagen et Philippe Roger (édit.), Un siècle de deux cents ans? Les XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles: continuités et discontinuités (Paris, Desjonquères [coll. «L’esprit des Lettres»], 2004).

Prungnaud, Joèlle. «Du terrifiant au burlesque: le château dans les parodies du roman gothique», dans Pascale Auraix-Jonchière (édit.), Ô saisons, ô châteaux. Châteaux et littérature, des Lumières à l’aube de la modernité 1764-1914 (Clermont-Ferrand: Presses de l’Université Blaise-Pascal, 2004).

* Sabatier, François. la Musique dans la prose française. Évocations musicales dans la littérature d’idée, la nouvelle, le conte ou le roman français des Lumières à Marcel Proust. Paris: Fayard, 2004.

Sermain, Jean-Paul. «Bêtise et amour dans les contes de fées de Perrault à Leprince de Beaumont», dans Nicole Jacques-Lefèvre et Anne Pascale Pouey-Mounou (Éds.), Sottise et ineptie de la Renaissance aux Lumières. Discours du savoir et représentations romanesques, Littérales 34-35 (PUBLIDIX, Université de Paris X- Nanterre, 2004), pp. 347-366.

Sledziewski, Elisabeth G. «Le fantôme de Robespierre de Thermidor à l’Empire», dans Patrick Berthier (édit.), Robespierre saisi par le théâtre (Arras: Norroit, 1991).

* Souiller, Didier. la Nouvelle en Europe. De Boccace à Sade. Paris: Presses universitaires de France (coll. «Littératures européennes»), 2004. 330 pp.

Stroev, Alexandre. «Deux avatars du philosophe des Lumières: le cosmopolite et le juif errant». Textuel, 44 (2004).

Vasak, Anouchka. «Bête et idiot», dans Nicole Jacques-Lefèvre et Anne Pascale Pouey-Mounou (Éds.), Sottise et ineptie de la Renaissance aux Lumières. Discours du savoir et représentations romanesques, Littérales 34-35 (PUBLIDIX, Université de Paris X- Nanterre, 2004), pp. 216- 232.

* Veysman, Nicolas. Mise en scène de l’opinion publique dans la littérature des Lumières. Paris: Honoré Champion (coll. «Les dix-huitièmes siècles»), 2004. 802 pp.

§ L’Esprit Créateur, 43 (Winter 2003) is a special issue edited by Jean-Pierre Dubost, "The Libertine Chronotope." Includes: Jean-Pierre Dubost, "Préface: De l’essence à la topique, mais où est donc notre sujet?" (3-15); Christophe Martin, "Espaces ‘incitatifs’, de la Prison sans chagrin (1669) à La Petite maison (1763): Genèse et ambiguïtés d’un chronotope libertin" (16-27); Jan Hermand, "Scène de séduction et spectacle total dans le récit galant du XVIIIe siècle" (28-38); Karen McCloskey, "Elements of the Libertine Chronotope: Jealousy in Claude Crébillon’s Les Heureux orphelins" (39-48); Mladen Kozul, "Désir, religion et violence du roman libertin: Temps et lieux des découvertes" (49-61); Peter Cryle, "Petite maîtrise’: The Ethics of Libertine Foppery" (62-72); Catriona Seth, "The Circulating Library" (73-82); Anne Deneys-Tunney, "Meilcour ou le libertin ‘partagé’ selon Crébillon fils" (83-94)/

Baculard d’Arnaud

Martin, Christophe. «Agnès et ses soeurs: belles captives en enfance, de Molière à Baculard d’Arnaud». Revue d’histoire littéraire de la France, 104, 2 (avril-juin 2004).

Beaumarchais

Coudreuse, Anne. «"Pas si bête, pourtant, pas si bête!": Figures de niais et formes de bêtise dans la trilogie de Beaumarchais», dans Nicole Jacques-Lefèvre et Anne Pascale Pouey-Mounou (Éds.), Sottise et ineptie de la Renaissance aux Lumières. Discours du savoir et représentations romanesques, Littérales 34-35 (PUBLIDIX, Université de Paris X- Nanterre, 2004), pp. 409-425.

Nadeau, Martin. «Théâtre et esprit public: les représentations du Mariage de Figaro à Paris, 1784-1797». Dix-huitième siècle, 36 (2004): 485-504.

Bernardin de Saint-Pierre

Jacot Grapa, Caroline. «Visions cosmopolitiques de Bernardin de Saint-Pierre et Anacharsis Cloots». Textuel, 44 (2004).

Charrière / de Zuylen

Van Strien, Kees, et Madelaine van Strien-Chardonneau. «Belle de Zuylen / Isabelle de Charrière et le comte de Dönhoff. Deux lettres inédites». Revue d’histoire littéraire de la France, 104, 2 (avril-juin 2004).

[see also title by Vanoflen listed under History of Education]

Crebillon

[see title by Fourny listed under England – Literature – Haywood]

Diderot & les Encylopédistes

Bonnet, Jean-Claude. «À l’écoute de Diderot» Critique, 687-688 (septembre 2004).

Chauderlot, Fabienne-Sophie. «Prolégomènes à un anti-colonialisme futur: Histoire des deux Indes et Supplément au Voyage de Bougainville de Diderot», SVEC, 9 (2004).

* Diderot, Denis. Regrets sur ma vieille robe de chambre suivi de la Promenade Vernet. Paris: Librairie générale française (coll. «Le livre de poche. Libretti», 20000), 2004. 92 pp. Édition établie par Pierre Chartier. ISBN: 2-253-08777-7

Ferret, Olivier. «Mises en scène satiriques des Encyclopédistes: autour de la querelle des Philosophes de Palissot», dans Pierre Hartmann (édit.), le Philosophe sur les planches. L’image du philosophe dans le théâtre (1680-1815) (Strasbourg, Presses universitaires de Strasbourg, coll. «Centre d’étude sur les Lumières de l’Université de Strasbourg», 2004).

Frei, Peter. "Se faire (a)voir: Le fils naturel ou les apories de la représentation dans le théâtre de Denis Diderot." Variations, 12 (2004).

Saada, Anne. «La construction de l’image de Diderot en Allemagne». le Spectateur européen – The European Spectator, 1 (2000): 169-188.

[see also title by Villaverde listed under Political Thought – Rousseau]

Épinay

Caron, Mélinda. «Conversation intime et pédagogie dans les Conversations d’Émilie de Louise d’Épinay». Sainte-Foy (Québec): Université Laval, mémoire de maîtrise, juillet 2003. iv, 190 pp. Dir., Thierry Belleguic. URL: http://www.theses.ulaval.ca/cocoon/meta/2003/20994.xml

Fénelon

[see title by Touboul listed under History of Education]

 

Genlis

* Genlis, madame de. Mémoires de madame de Genlis. Paris: Mercure de France (coll. «Le temps retrouvé»), 2004. 390 pp. Édition présentée et annotée par Didier Masseau. ISBN: 2-7152-2460-5

[see also title by Vanoflen listed under History of Education]

Graffigny

* Graffigny, madame de. Correspondance de Madame de Graffigny. Tome IX. Mars 1748-avril 1749. Lettres 1217-1390. Oxford: Taylor Institution, The Voltaire Foundation, 2004. Xxviii, 546 pp., ill. Préparé par English Showalter avec J.A. Curtis, M.-P. Ducretet-Powell et D.W. Smith. ISBN: 0-7294-0805-1

Simon, Julia. "On Collecting Culture in Graffigny: The Construction of an ‘Authentic’Péruvienne" Eighteenth Century: Theory and Interpretation, 44, 1 (Spring 2003): 25-44.

Marmontel

Lotterie, Florence. «"Usurper un titre respectable." Autour des adaptations du Philosophe soi-disant de Marmontel», dans Pierre Hartmann (édit.), le Philosophe sur les planches. L’image du philosophe dans le théâtre (1680-1815) (Strasbourg, Presses universitaires de Strasbourg, coll. «Centre d’étude sur les Lumières de l’Université de Strasbourg», 2004). ISBN: 2-86820-240-3

* Wagner, Jacques (édit.). Jean-François Marmontel. Un intellectuel exemplaire au Siècle des lumières. Tulle: Mille Sources, 2003.

Marivaux

* Bénac, Karine. Marivaux. Paris: Ellipses (coll. «Mentor»), 1999. 124 pp. ISBN: 2-7298-6923-9

Bénac, Karine. «Le statut du sujet de la parole dans l’œuvre de Marivaux». Paris: Université de Paris III, thèse de doctorat, décembre 1999. 510 pp. Dir., René Démoris.

Desvignes, Lucette. «Marivaux et l’étranger», dans Marie-Odile Bernez (édit.), Visions de l’étranger au siècle des Lumières (Dijon: Éditions universitaires de Dijon [coll. «Kaléidoscopes/ÉUD»], 2002), pp. 173s. ISBN: 2-905965-72-X

Hartmann, Pierre. «Figures de philosophes dans le théâtre de Marivaux», dans Pierre Hartmann (édit.), le Philosophe sur les planches. L’image du philosophe dans le théâtre (1680-1815) (Strasbourg, Presses universitaires de Strasbourg, coll. «Centre d’étude sur les Lumières de l’Université de Strasbourg», 2004). ISBN: 2-86820-240-3.

Krief, Huguette. «État de nature, état utopique: l’univers sexué des images de la Découverte australe». Études rétiviennes, 32 (décembre 2000): 129-143.

* Marivaux. l’Île des esclaves. Paris: Gallimard (coll. «Folio Plus Classique»), 2004. Dossier de Mériam Korichi. Lecture d’image par Alain Jaubert.

[see also title by Lambert listed under France – Literature – Marivaux]

Montesquieu

Plagnol-Diéval, Marie-Emmanuelle. «La bienfaisance de Montesquieu: une série théâtrale», dans Pierre Hartmann (édit.), le Philosophe sur les planches. L’image du philosophe dans le théâtre (1680-1815) (Strasbourg, Presses universitaires de Strasbourg, coll. «Centre d’étude sur les Lumières de l’Université de Strasbourg», 2004). ISBN: 2-86820-240-3.

Prévost

Lambert, André. «Le sujet, la loi morale et l’argent. Lecture philosophique et psychanalytique de Prévost et de Marivaux». Québec: Université Laval, thèse de doctorat, 2004. Dir.: Raymond Joly.

Schneider, Jean-Paul. «"Anglais affreux, Anglais sublimes dans le roman français vers 1730": les Anglais vus par Prévost dans les Mémoires d’un Homme de qualité», dans Marie-Odile Bernez (édit.), Visions de l’étranger au siècle des Lumières (Dijon: Éditions universitaires de Dijon [coll. «Kaléidoscopes/ÉUD»], 2002), pp. 107-121. ISBN: 2-905965-72-X

Restif de La Bretonne

Krief, Huguette. «L’an 2000 ou la régénération de Rétif de la Bretonne: de la théâtralisation de l’utopie à l’utopie du théâtre», dans Rétif et le théâtre (Rabat: Publications de la Faculté des lettres de Rabat [coll. «Colloques et séminaires», 66), 1995), pp. 161-168.

Krief, Huguette. «Rétif devant Rousseau, une polémique autour du chant français». Revue des études rétiviennes, 34 (2002): 173-193.

Raynal

D’Souza, Florence. «Les relations anglaises de l’Abbé Raynal, auteur d’Histoures des Deux Indes (1770, 1774, 1780». le Spectateur européen – The European Spectator, 1 (2000): 91-104.

Rousseau

Adamy, Paule. «Deux notes». Études Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 10 (1998).

Berchtold, Jacques. «La sottise moquée de Lazarille, de Sancho, d’Arlequin: Échos redressés dans l’œuvre de Rousseau», dans Nicole Jacques-Lefèvre et Anne Pascale Pouey-Mounou (Éds.), Sottise et ineptie de la Renaissance aux Lumières. Discours du savoir et représentations romanesques, Littérales 34-35 (PUBLIDIX, Université de Paris X- Nanterre, 2004), pp. 165-181.

Berckman, Gisèle. «Comment peut-on penser à "rien": Rousseau, "idiot" des Lumières», dans Nicole Jacques-Lefèvre et Anne Pascale Pouey-Mounou (Éds.), Sottise et ineptie de la Renaissance aux Lumières. Discours du savoir et représentations romanesques, Littérales 34-35 (PUBLIDIX, Université de Paris X- Nanterre, 2004), pp. 149-164.

Beyssade, Jean-Marie, «"Sophie et mon champ" ou la politique des modernes». Études Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 7 (1995).

«Bibliographie-Informations», Études Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 5 (1991); 6 (1992-1995); 7 (1995).

Binazzi, Marc. «Sonnet rousseauiste». Études Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 5 (1991).

Birkett, Mary Ellen. «Comparing Prefaces: Rousseau v. Montaigne», dans John C. O’Neal et Ourida Mostefai (édit.), Approaches to Teaching Rousseau’s Reveries of the Solitary Walker (New York: Modern Language Association, 2003).

Bocquentin, Françoise. «Comment lire J. J. Rousseau selon J. J. Rousseau». Studies on Voltaire and the Eighteenth Century, 369 (1999): 329-349.

* Bocquentin, Françoise. Jean Jacques Rousseau, femme sans enfants? Paris: L’Harmattan (coll. «Espaces Littéraires»), 2003. 556 pp. ISBN: 2-7475-5148-2

* Brouard-Arends, Isabelle. « Les Solitaires et la Nouvelle Héloïse ou l’ambiguïté féminine chez Jean-Jacques Rousseau». Études Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 5 (1991): 77-84.

Clark, Lorraine J. «Sympathy and Sensibility in Rousseau’s Sixth Walk and Wordsworth’s "The Old Cumberland Beggar"», dans John C. O’Neal et Ourida Mostefai (édit.), Approaches to Teaching Rousseau’s Reveries of the Solitary Walker (New York: Modern Language Association, 2003).

Cohn, Danièle. «Une expérience originaire, Rousseau». Critique, 687-688 (septembre 2004).

Coleman, Patrick. «The Dangers of Telling It All», dans John C. O’Neal et Ourida Mostefai (édit.), Approaches to Teaching Rousseau’s Reveries of the Solitary Walker (New York: Modern Language Association, 2003).

Coulet, Henri. «Rousseau et Gellert: de la comtesse suédoise à la Nouvelle Héloïse», Études Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 5 (1991).

Delon, Michel. «"Fatal présent du ciel qu’une âme sensible". Le succès d’une formule de Rousseau». Études Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 5 (1991).

Dentith, Simon. "George Eliot, Rousseau, and the discipline of natural consequences," in Frank O’Gorman & Katherine Turner, eds., The Victorians and the Eighteenth Century: Reassessing the Tradition (Ashgate, 2004). ISBN 0-7546-0718-6

Destain, Christian. «Julie, Saint-Preux et Wolmar: de la faute à l’amour divin». Études Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 5 (1991).

Domenech, Jacques. «La Nouvelle Héloïse, parangon des romans épistolaires antiphilosophiques», Études Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 5, 1991.

Domenech, Jacques. «Présentation». Études Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 6, (1992-1995). «Dossier Rousseau en Égypte».

Domenech, Jacques. «Une spiritualité non confessionnelle? Le mariage de Rousseau». Études Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 10 (1998).

Eigeldinger, Frédéric S. «"Ils ne me pardonneront pas le mal qu’ils m’ont fait"». Études Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 10 (1998).

El Banna, Camélia. «La littéralité souvent condamnée. À propos de la traduction arabe d’Émile faite par Adel Zeitar», Études Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 6 (1992-1995).

El Sissi, Akram. «Quelques précisions sur l’influence de Rousseau sur Haykal». Études Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 6 (1992-1995).

«Entretien avec Gilles Farcet sur J.-J. Rousseau, Henry David Thoreau et Gary Snyder. Entretien réalisé le 26 décembre 1990 par Tanguy L’Aminot». Études Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 5 (1991).

Facquet, Claude et Tanguy L’Aminot. «La statue de Rousseau à Montmorency». Études Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 5 (1991).

Fisher, Carl. «The Public and the Self: Rousseau and Romanticism», dans John C. O’Neal et Ourida Mostefai (édit.), Approaches to Teaching Rousseau’s Reveries of the Solitary Walker (New York: Modern Language Association, 2003).

Forni Rosa, Guglielmo. «L’amour impossible. Passion et mariage dans la Nouvelle Héloïse». Études Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 11 (1999).

Fort, Bernadette. «Peinture et féminité chez Jean-Jacques Rousseau». Revue d’histoire littéraire de la France, 104, 2 (avril-juin 2004).

Garagnon, Jean. «Rousseau et la genèse des Rêveries du promeneur solitaire: "Un événement aussi triste qu’imprévu"». Études Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 6 (1992-1995): 125-161.

Haeringer, Étienne. «Rousseau, lecteur de Jean-Philippe Rameau», Études Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 10 (1998).

Herbold, Sarah. «Genre and Feminine Duplicity in the Confessions», dans John C. O’Neal et Ourida Mostefai (édit.), Approaches to Teaching Rousseau’s Reveries of the Solitary Walker (New York: Modern Language Association, 2003).

Huet, Marie-Hélène. «Altered States», dans John C. O’Neal et Ourida Mostefai (édit.), Approaches to Teaching Rousseau’s Reveries of the Solitary Walker (New York: Modern Language Association, 2003).

Jacob, François. «Scouts de France: la tentation rousseauiste». Études Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 10 (1998).

Johnston, Allan, et Guillemette Johnston. «Sur la nature et la spiritualité. Dialogue imaginaire entre Gary Snyder et J.-J. Rousseau». Études Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 10 (1998).

Johnston, Guillemette. «États de conscience dans les Dialogues et les Rêveries: du mûlâdhâra au viçuddha». Études Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 10 (1998).

Johnston, Guillemette. «An Intertextual Approach to Teaching Rousseau’s Confessions», dans John C. O’Neal et Ourida Mostefai (édit.), Approaches to Teaching Rousseau’s Reveries of the Solitary Walker (New York: Modern Language Association, 2003).

Kavanagh, Thomas M. «Rousseau’s Lottery», dans John C. O’Neal et Ourida Mostefai (édit.), Approaches to Teaching Rousseau’s Reveries of the Solitary Walker (New York: Modern Language Association, 2003).

Kelly, Christopher. «Teaching Rousseau’s Confessions in Translation», dans John C. O’Neal et Ourida Mostefai (édit.), Approaches to Teaching Rousseau’s Reveries of the Solitary Walker (New York: Modern Language Association, 2003).

Knee, Philip. «La religion du cœur, la religion civile et Émile». Études Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 10 (1998).

Koeppel, Philippe. «"…Avec des larmes et dans des transports d’amour pour la vertu". Stendhal et la Nouvelle Héloïse». Études Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 5 (1991).

Krief, Huguette. «Lectrices de Rousseau dans la querelle des dames (1786-1801)», dans Isabelle Brouard-Arends (édit.), Lectrices d’Ancien Régime. Modalités, enjeux, représentations (Rennes: Presses universitaires de Rennes [coll. «Interférences»], 2003), pp. 381-395. ISBN: 2-86847-822-0

Krief, Huguette. «Regards sur l’Autre. Jean-Jacques Rousseau et les voyages du Discours sur l’origine et les fondements de l’inégalité aux Confessions». Bulletin de l’Association J.-J. Rousseau, 57 (2001): 3-16.

L’Aminot, Tanguy. «Entretien de Tanguy L’Aminot avec Michel Ragon», Études Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 8 (1996).

L’Aminot, Tanguy. «Julie libertine», Études Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 5 (1991).

L’Aminot, Tanguy. «Satori à Vincennes». Études Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 10 (1998).

Lioure, Michel. «La Nouvelle Héloïse et le théâtre». Études Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 5 (1991).

Marie, Dominique. «Correspondance et autobiographie. Genèse réelle et genèse imaginaire de l’idée de complot dans deux lettres de J.-J. Rousseau». Études Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 7 (1995).

McDonald, Christie. «Truth and the Other in Rousseau’s Confession», dans John C. O’Neal et Ourida Mostefai (édit.), Approaches to Teaching Rousseau’s Reveries of the Solitary Walker (New York: Modern Language Association, 2003).

Mostefai, Ourida. «The Author as Celebrity and Outcast: Authorship and Autobiography in Rousseau», dans John C. O’Neal et Ourida Mostefai (édit.), Approaches to Teaching Rousseau’s Reveries of the Solitary Walker (New York: Modern Language Association, 2003).

* Mostefai, Ourida. le Citoyen de Genève et la République des Lettres. Étude de la controverse autour de la Lettre à d’Alembert de Jean-Jacques Rousseau. Peter Lang, 2003.

O’Dea, Michael. «"Tout le monde se tut": Problems of Rhetoric in Rousseau’s Autobiographical Works», dans John C. O’Neal et Ourida Mostefai (édit.), Approaches to Teaching Rousseau’s Reveries of the Solitary Walker (New York: Modern Language Association, 2003).

O’Neal, John C. «The Perceptual Metamorphosis of the Solitary Walker», dans John C. O’Neal et Ourida Mostefai (édit.), Approaches to Teaching Rousseau’s Reveries of the Solitary Walker (New York: Modern Language Association, 2003).

* O’Neal, John C. et Ourida Mostefai (édit.). Approaches to Teaching Rousseau’s Reveries of the Solitary Walker. New York: Modern Language Association, 2003.

O’Neal, John C. et Ourida Mostefai. «The Place of the Confessions and Reveries in Rousseau’s oeuvre», dans John C. O’Neal et Ourida Mostefai (édit.), Approaches to Teaching Rousseau’s Reveries of the Solitary Walker (New York: Modern Language Association, 2003).

Paillet-Guth, Anne-Marie. «La réappropriation égotiste du lexique biblique dans les Rêveries du promeneur solitaire». Études Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 11 (1999).

Perkins, Jean. «The Confessional Mode in Autobiography: Saint Augustine, Rousseau, and Benjamin Franklin», dans John C. O’Neal et Ourida Mostefai (édit.), Approaches to Teaching Rousseau’s Reveries of the Solitary Walker (New York: Modern Language Association, 2003).

Piau-Gillot, Colette. «La bibliothèque de Julie», dans Tanguy L’Aminot (édit.), Jean-Jacques Rousseau et la lecture (Oxford: Voltaire Foundation, 1999). ISBN: 0-7294-0628-8.

Ping-oue, Li. «La Nouvelle Héloïse en Chine». Études Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 5 (1991).

Pintor-Ramos, Antonio. «Une théodicée religieuse», Études Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 10 (1998).

Planche, Alice. «L’homme et ses îles (Rousseau à l’île de saint-Pierre)». Études Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 5 (1991).

Rachid, Amina. «Haykal, lecteur de Rousseau». Études Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 6 (1992-1995).

Rosenberg, Aubrey. «Rousseau et la Providence. L’inquiétude des dernières années». Études Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 10 (1998).

Roulston, Christine. «Reading Rousseau’s Women: Autobiography and Femininity in Rousseau’s Confessions», dans John C. O’Neal et Ourida Mostefai (édit.), Approaches to Teaching Rousseau’s Reveries of the Solitary Walker (New York: Modern Language Association, 2003).

Roussel, Jean. «Les confessions de la Nouvelle Héloïse». Études Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 5 (1991)

Saïd, Aziza. «L’état présent des études rousseauistes en Égypte». Études Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 6 (1992-1995).

Saint-Amand, Pierre. «Reveries of Idleness», dans John C. O’Neal et Ourida Mostefai (édit.), Approaches to Teaching Rousseau’s Reveries of the Solitary Walker (New York: Modern Language Association, 2003).

Sakakura, Yûji. «Essai sur "l’amour-propre" chez J.-J. Rousseau». Études Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 7 (1995).

Sananes, Amélie. «L’idylle des cerises. Photographies». Études Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 11 (1999).

Starobinski, Jean. «From the Solitary Walker to the Flâneur: Baudelaire’s Caricature of Rousseau», dans John C. O’Neal et Ourida Mostefai (édit.), Approaches to Teaching Rousseau’s Reveries of the Solitary Walker (New York: Modern Language Association, 2003).

* Swain, Virginia E. Grotesque Figures. Baudelaire, Rousseau, and the Aesthetics of Modernity. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press (coll. «Parallax: Re-visions of Culture and Society»), 2004. 288 pp. ISBN: 0-8018-7945-0

Swain, Virginia E. «Personification in Rousseau’s Rêveries», dans John C. O’Neal et Ourida Mostefai (édit.), Approaches to Teaching Rousseau’s Reveries of the Solitary Walker (New York: Modern Language Association, 2003).

Touchard-Lafosse, G. «Une confidence de J.-J. Rousseau», Études Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 8 (1996). Réédition du texte de 1834.

Trousson, Raymond. «Brissot de Warville, lecteur de Rousseau». Études Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 6 (1992-1995).

Trousson, Raymond. «Public Prosecutor Servan and the Reception of the Confessions», dans John C. O’Neal et Ourida Mostefai (édit.), Approaches to Teaching Rousseau’s Reveries of the Solitary Walker (New York: Modern Language Association, 2003).

Versini, Laurent. «La Nouvelle Héloïse aujourd’hui». Études Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 5 (1991).

Viglieno, Laurence. «"Julie ou la Nouvelle Eurydice". Mort et renaissance dans la Nouvelle Héloïse». Études Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 5, 1991.

Wacjman, Claude. «Sur la maladie de Rousseau: témoins et interprètes». Études Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 6 (1992-1995).

Walker, Lesley H. "When Girls Read Rousseau: The Case of Madame Roland." Eighteenth Century: Theory and Interpretation, 43, 2 (Summer 2002): 115-136.

Wells, Byron R. «From Reverie to Confession: Writing and Reading a Life Story», dans John C. O’Neal et Ourida Mostefai (édit.), Approaches to Teaching Rousseau’s Reveries of the Solitary Walker (New York: Modern Language Association, 2003).

Wolff, Étienne. «Cardan, Rousseau et l’autobiographie». Études Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 11 (1999).

[see also title by Berque listed under History of Religion – Islam]

Sade

* Badou, Gérard. Renée-Pélagie, marquise de Sade. Paris: Payot, 2004. 192 pp.

Brix, Michel. "Les Cent Vingt Journées de Sodome et l’utopie libertine." Lire Sade, journal électronique—get pdf file.

* Debord, Guy. Le marquis de Sade a des yeux de fille. Paris: Fayard, 2004. 180 pp. Lettres de jeunesse.

* Delon, Michel, & Catriona Seth (édit.). Sade en toutes lettres. Autour d’Aline et Valcour. Paris: Desjonquères (coll. «L’esprit des Lettres»), 2004. 247 pp. [Fabula].

Meeker, Natania. "Sade against Freud: Stanley Kubrick’s Reappraisal of the Libertine Subject." Lire Sade, journal électronique—get pdf file.

Pinzon Leon, Alberto. "Foucault contra Sade o Foucault con Sade?" Lire Sade, journal électronique—get pdf file.

Sclippa, Norbert. "Le Devoir de Monstruosité." Lire Sade, journal électronique—available online here.

* Thomas, Chantal. Sade, la dissertation et l’orgie. Paris: Payot & Rivages, 2002.

Warman, Caroline. "Materialism and morality: Sade animates Newtonian virtue." Lire Sade, journal électronique—get pdf file.

Web Resources

¥ Lire Sade -- Journal électronique dédié à Sade et au matérialisme: http://www.cofc.edu/desade/m.deSade.html

 

Staël

Krief, Huguette. «Mirza ou lettre d’un voyageur, nouvelle africaine de Mme de Staèl». Revue Espace francophone, 4 (1991): 110-119.

[see also title by Ó Gallchoir listed under Ireland – History]

Villedieu

Keller-Rahbé, Edwige. «La réception de Madame de Villedieu au XVIIIe siècle ou les pièges de la biographie romancée dans la BUR», dans Edwige Keller-Rahbé (édit.), Madame de Villedieu romancière, nouvelles perspectives de recherche (Lyon: Presses universitaires de Lyon [coll. «XI-XVII Littérature»], 2004). ISBN: 2-7297-0750-6.

Voltaire

Gargett, Graham. «Voltaire’s L’Ingénu, the Journal chrétien and Saint-Foix: A New Source for Hercule de Kerkabon?», dans Graham Gargett (édit.), Heroism and Passion in Literature: Studies in Honour of Moya Longstaffe (Amsterdam & New York: Rodopi, 2004). ISBN: 90-420-1692-2

Krief, Huguette. «"Quid est veritas?": références et annotations latines dans les carnets de Voltaire». SVEC, 3 (2003).

Jacques-Lefèvre, Nicole. «"Le monstre subsiste encore…": d’un usage philosophique de la sorcellerie chez Voltaire». Cahiers Voltaire, 3 (2004): 71-97.

* Voltaire. Écrits de 1723-1728 (IIIe partie). Hérode et Mariamne. Oxford: Voltaire Foundation (coll. «Œuvres complètes de Voltaire», 3C), 2004. xviii, 350 pp. Édition de Michael Freyne. ISBN: 0-7294-0833-7

* Voltaire. Zadig, ou la destinée, Memnon, ou la sagesse humaine. Le monde comme il va. Oxford: Voltaire Foundation (coll. «Complete Works of Voltaire»), 2004. xxiv, 279 pp., ill. Édition de Haydn T. Mason, Katherine Astbury et Michael Cardy. ISBN: 0-7294-0814-0

[see also title by Lanni listed under Classics – Socrates; by Allard under Philosophy - Rousseau]

FREEMASONS / FRANCSMAÇONS

Beaurepaire, Pierre-Yves. «L’étranger dans la République universelle des francs-maçons», dans Marie-Odile Bernez (édit.), Visions de l’étranger au siècle des Lumières (Dijon: Éditions universitaires de Dijon [coll. «Kaléidoscopes/ÉUD»], 2002), pp. 187-203. ISBN: 2-905965-72-X

Beaurepaire, Pierre-Yves. «‘Réunir des hommes qui sans cela seraient restés à perpétuelle distance’: Étrangers, voisings et frères dans le temple maçonnique». le Spectateur européen – The European Spectator, 1 (2000): 33-58.

«Images contemporaines: Rousseau chez les francs-maçons (1re partie). Enquête réalisée par Tanguy L’Aminot auprès de Jean Mourgues, Daniel Ligou, Claude Saporta, &c.» Études Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 5 (1991).

GARDEN & LANDSCAPE HISTORY

* Fournier, Martin. Jardins et potagers en Nouvelle-France. Sillery, Québec: Septentrion, 2004. 242 pp.

Roberts, Marilyn. "Les Aventures de Télémaque: A Reading of the Franconian Rock Garden, Sanspareil." Eighteenth-Century Life, 28, 3 (Fall 2004): 90-117, ill. [Margravine Friederike Sophie Wilhelmine od Bayreuth].

[see titles by Billi and by Châtel in book by Graham & Berland listed under England; by Cellauro listed under History of Architecture; by O’Kane under Ireland - History]

GEOGRAPHY, CARTOGRAPHY, TOPOGRAPHY,
TRAVEL & VOYAGES

* Mayhew, Robert. Historical Cultures and Geography, 1600-1750: Texts in the History of Geographical Thought. Thoemmes, 2003. 1264 pp. ISBN: 1843710072

Wintle, Michael. "The Continent of Europe and its Boundaries in the Eighteenth Century: Geography, Civilization and Empire." Spectateur européen, 5 (2004).

[see also title by Paxman listed under History of Linguistics; by Menely and by Smout, Macdonald & Watson under History of Science; ]

Maps

[see title by Ostrowski listed under Bibliography – Libraries]

Travel & Voyages

Aissaoui, Driss. «L’image de l’autre dans le Journal de voyage de Robert Challe». SVEC, 9 (2004).

Espey, David. "Studies in Eighteenth-Century Travel Writing and Beyond: Genre, Science, and the Book Trade." The Age of Johnson: A Scholarly Annual, 15 (2004): 367-379 [review essay].

Fink, Beatrice. "Spaced Out: Early Modern French Travel Literature." Eighteenth-Century Life, 28, 3 (Fall 2004): 118-127 [review essay].

Moureau, François. «Lire le voyage classique: inventaire et reconstruction», dans Jean Dagen et Philippe Roger (édit.), Un siècle de deux cents ans ? Les XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles: continuités et discontinuités (Paris, Desjonquères [coll. «L’esprit des Lettres»], 2004).

[see also title by Kroeg under Ireland – Literature; by Trakulhun listed under Thailand]

GERMANY, AUSTRIA, PRUSSIA - HISTORY

* Friedrich, Karin. The Other Prussia: Royal Prussia, Poland and Liberty, 1569-1772. Cambridge University Press, 2000. 280 pp. ISBN: 0-521-58335-7

* McNeely, Ian F. The Emancipation of Writing: German Civil Society in the Making, 1790s-1820s. University of California Press, 2003. 368 pp. ISBN: 0520233301 [Germany’s oppressive bureaucracy, viewed through essential writing practices, as a site of citizenship. Citizens (via scribes) practiced their freedoms in written engagements with the state, laying the basis for civil society; social networks commonly associated with the free market, the free press, and the voluntary association also took root in powerful state institutions]

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

GERMANY & GERMAN SPEAKING PLACES - LANGUAGE & LITERATURE

Gisi, Lucas Marco. "«Für lauter Wollust sah gar nichts». Der Wandel des ‘Blicks’ auf die Alpen im 18. Jahrhundert." Variations, 12 (2004).

Laudin, Gérard. «Vers la notion de littérature universelle? Aspects de la réception de la vie intellectuelle allemande de la seconde moitié du XVIIIe siècle dans le presse francophone de Liège, Bouillon et Deux-Ponts». le Spectateur européen – The European Spectator, 1 (2000): 147-168.

Losfield, Christophe. «Johann Wilhelm Archenholz (1741-1812), un Aufklärer sans frontières?». le Spectateur européen – The European Spectator, 1 (2000): 119-146.

Thompson, Martyn P. "German Enlightenment from the Bottom Up." Eighteenth-Century Studies, 38, 2 (Winter 2005): 374-375 [review essay].

Goethe

Barton, Karin. "Apum Rex/Regina: Goethes Bienenlehre als Schlüssel zu Wilhelm Meister’s Wanderjahren," in Marianne Henn & Holger A. Pausch, eds., Body Dialectics in the Age of Goethe (New York & Amsterdam: Rodopi [coll. «Amsterdamer Beiträge zur neueren Germanistik», 55], 2003), pp. 117-168.

* Henn, Marianne, & Holger A. Pausch, eds. Body Dialectics in the Age of Goethe. New York & Amsterdam: Rodopi (Amsterdamer Beiträge zur neueren Germanistik, 55), 2003. 437 pp.

Schwarz, Hans-Günther. «"Welle" und "Locke". Goethes déréaliser im West-östlichen Divan», in Marianne Henn & Holger A. Pausch, eds., Body Dialectics in the Age of Goethe (New York & Amsterdam: Rodopi [coll. «Amsterdamer Beiträge zur neueren Germanistik», 55], 2003), pp. 333-346.

Hölderlin

Edler, Frank H.W. "Alfred Baeumler on Hölderlin and the Greeks: Reflections on the Heidegger-Baeumler Relationship (Part 1 of 3)." Janus Head, 1, 3 (Spring 1999), available online: http://www.janushead.org/JHSpg99/edler.cfm – Part 2, Janus Head, 2, 2 (Fall 1999), http://www.janushead.org/2-2/fedler.cfm – Part 3a, Janus Head, 3, 2 (Fall 2000), http://www.janushead.org/3-3/edler.cfm

Edler, Frank. "Heidegger, Hölderlin, and National Socialism." Janus Head, 4, 2 (Fall 2001), available online: http://www.janushead.org/4-2/edler.cfm

Fóti, Veronique M. "Empty Transport and Sheer Time: On Hölderlin’s Philosophy Of Tragedy." Existentia, 12, 1-2 (2002): 185-196.

Hartmann, Pierre. «L’Empédocle de Friedrich Hölderlin», dans Pierre Hartmann (édit.), le Philosophe sur les planches. L’image du philosophe dans le théâtre (1680-1815) (Strasbourg, Presses universitaires de Strasbourg, coll. «Centre d’étude sur les Lumières de l’Université de Strasbourg», 2004).

Hatton, Stephen B. "Elemental Sonority: Heidegger, Hölderlin and Thunder." Janus Head, 7, 2 (Winter 2004): available in bound journal or as PDF file: http://www.janus-head.org/7-2/Hatton.pdf (198 kb; Adobe Acrobat required).

Boda, László. "Why Exactly Hölderlin? The Existential Enigma of Heidegger’s Choice." Existentia, 11, 1-2 (2001): 43-53.

Lessing

Lagny, Anne. «De la libre pensée à la Gottergenheit ("abandon à Dieu"): La figuration du thème de la Providence dans le théâtre de Lessing». le Spectateur européen – The European Spectator, 4 (2002): 79-98.

[see also title by Baldyga in special issue of Eighteenth Century: Theory and Interpretation listed under Theatre History]

Lichtenberg

Knopper, Françoise. «Un agnostique vertueux? Croyance et superstition chez Georg Christoph Lichtenberg». le Spectateur européen / The European Spectator, 3 (2002): 121-140.

Wieland

Espagne, Geneviève. «Rire et sottise: l’Histoire des Abdéritains de Christoph Martin Wieland», dans Nicole Jacques-Lefèvre et Anne Pascale Pouey-Mounou (Éds.), Sottise et ineptie de la Renaissance aux Lumières. Discours du savoir et représentations romanesques, Littérales 34-35 (PUBLIDIX, Université de Paris X- Nanterre, 2004), pp. 107-126.

HISTORIOGRAPHY

Charbonneau, Frédéric. «La mémoire des autres. Historiens et plagiaires d’Ancien Régime». Tangence, 74 (hiver 2004).

Dean, Carolyn J. "Intellectual History and the Prominence of ‘Things That Matter.’" Rethinking History, 8, 4 (December 2004): 537-548.

Fairchild, B.H. "‘Body and Soul’ 1." Rethinking History, 8, 4 (December 2004): 567

France, Peter. «Une légende des siècles: les pièges de la périodisation», dans Jean Dagen et Philippe Roger (édit.), Un siècle de deux cents ans ? Les XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles: continuités et discontinuités (Paris, Desjonquères [coll. «L’esprit des Lettres»], 2004).

Jacques-Lefèvre, Nicole. «Michelet et les démonologues: lecture et réécriture», dans Paule Richard-Petitier (Éd.), La Sorcière de Jules Michelet. L’envers de l’histoire (Paris: Champion, 2004), pp. 89-107.

Jacques-Lefèvre, Nicole. «Entre déchiffrements de l’histoire et pouvoirs de la fiction: les anecdotes démonologiques», dans Carole Dornier et Claudine Pouloin (éds.), L’histoire en miettes. Anecdotes et témoignages dans l’écriture de l’histoire (XVIe-XIXe siècle), Elseneur, 19 (P.U. Caen, 2004), pp. 69-96.

Krief, Huguette. «"Le pinceau d’un Le Brun" ou l’art pictural du second Discours de Rousseau». Annales de la Société Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 45 (2003): 335-356.

LaCapra, Dominick. "Tropisms of Intellectual History." Rethinking History, 8, 4 (December 2004): 499-530.

Lauriol, Claude. «Philosophes et anti-philosophes, Lumières et christianisme dans l’historiographie française». Spectateur européen, 6, 2004.

Megill, Allan. "Intellectual History and History." Rethinking History, 8, 4 (December 2004): 549-58.

* Nauroy, Gérard (édit.). l’Écriture du massacre en littérature entre histoire et mythe. Des mondes antiques à l’aube du XXIe siècle. Peter Lang (coll. «Recherches en littérature et spiritualité», 6), 2004. viii, 296 pp. ISBN: 3-03910-372-5

Ouellet, Réal. «Lahontan et Exquemelin: deux exemples de dérive textuelle (XVIIe-XVIIIe siècle)». Tangence, 74 (hiver 2004).

* Poirrier, Philippe. les Enjeux de l’histoire culturelle. Paris: Seuil (coll. «Points-histoire», série «L’histoire en débats»), 2004. 440 pp.

Polin, Raymond. «J.-J. Rousseau, philosophe de l’histoire de la culture». Études Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 7 (1995).

Roth, Michael S. "Opposition from Within." Rethinking History, 8, 4 (December 2004): 531-536.

Valenza, Robin. "Editing the Self: David Hume’s Narrative Theory." Eighteenth Century: Theory and Interpretation, 43, 2 (Summer 2002): 137-160.

van Alphen, Ernst. "In Acknowledgement of the Other." Rethinking History, 8, 4 (December 2004): 559-

[see also title by Vargas listed under Economics; by Kolbrener under England – Literature – Astell; by Paxman under History of Linguistics; by Kroeg under Ireland – Literature; by Trakulhun under Thailand]

HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE

* Arciszewska, Barbara, & Elizabeth McKellar. Articulating British Classicism: New Approaches to Eighteenth-Century Architecture. Ashgate, 2004. 298 pp., ill. ISBN: 0-7546-3735-2 [includes: B. Arciszewska, "Introduction-Classicism: constructing the paradigm in Continental Europe and Britain"; E. McKellar, "Popularism versus professionalism: John Summerson and the 20th-century creation of the ‘Georgian’"; Elizabeth V. Chew, "‘A mockery of the Surveyor’s style’?: Alternatives to Inigo Jones in 17th-century elite British architecture"; Matthew Craske, "From Burlington Gate to Billingsgate: James Ralph’s attempt to impose Burlingtonian classicism as a canon of public taste"; Carol Watts, "A ‘Rarie-shew System of Architecture’: Bath and the cultural scenography of Palladianism"; Daniel M. Abramson, "Commercialization and backlash in late Georgian architecture"; Andrew Ballantine, "Joseph Gandy and the politics of rustic charm"; Bernard L. Herman & Peter Guillery, "Negotiating classicism in 18th-century Deptford and Philadelphia"; James Robertson, "Architectures of confidence?: Spanish Town, Jamaica, 1655-1792"].

* Blackburn, Roderic H., Geoffrey Gross, Harrison Frederick Meeske, & Susan Piatt, eds. Dutch Colonial Homes in America. Rizzoli, 2002. 240 pp., ill. ISBN 0847824667

Cellauro, Louis. "Thomas Jefferson and His Books on Architecture and Landscape Gardening." Aurora: The Journal of the History of Art, 5 (2004).

* Fitchen, John. The New World Dutch Barn;The Evolution, Forms, and a Structure of a Disappearing Icon. Edited and with New Material by Gregory D. Huber. 2nd ed. Syracuse University Press, 2001. 224 pp. ISBN: 0815606907 (paper)

Léonard-Roques, Véronique. «"Palais des ombres"? Regards sur les réorientations fonctionnelles du château de Versailles», dans Pascale Auraix-Jonchière (édit.), Ô saisons, ô châteaux. Châteaux et littérature, des Lumières à l’aube de la modernité 1764-1914 (Clermont-Ferrand, Presses de l’Université Blaise-Pascal, 2004).

* Meeske, Harrison. The Hudson Valley Dutch and Their Houses. Purple Mountain Press, 1999. 414 pp., ill. ISBN 0916346641

* Rabreau, Daniel. Architectural Drawings of the Eighteenth Century. Les dessins d’architecture au XVIIIe siècle. I Disegni di Architettura nel Settecento. Paris: Bibliothèque de l’image, 2001. 167 pp., ill. Édition trilingue. Traduction anglaise d’Ian Monk. Traduction italienne d’Ivana Costa. Révision italienne de Maria Laura Bardinet Broso. ISBN: 2-914239-24-6 (anglais); 2-914239-26-2 (français); 2-914239-27-0 (italien).

Rarick, Ronald D. "The French Revolution and the Round Houses of Pierre-Adrien Pâris (1745-1819)." Aurora: The Journal of the History of Art, 1 (2000).

Stoesser-Johnston, Alison. "Robert Hooke and Holland: Dutch influence on his architecture." Bulletin van de Koninklijke Nederlandsche Oudheidkundige Bond, 99 (2000): 121-37.

* Temminck, C. L. Groll, Van W. Alphen, H.C.A. De Kat, & Meerkerk Van Nederveen. The Dutch Overseas Architectural Survey: Mutual Heritage of Four Centuries in Three Continents. B.V. Waanders Uitgeverij, 2004. 480 pp., ill. ISBN 9040087431

[see also title by Clarke in book by Graham & Berland listed under England – Literature – Beckford; by Stabile listed under U.S. – Colonial & Federal Literature]

HISTORY OF ART

* Braider, Christopher. Baroque Self-Invention and Historical Truth-Hercules at the Crossroads. Ashgate/Lund Humphries (Studies in European Cultural Transition), 2004. 212 pp., ill. ISBN: 0-7546-3881-2 [dialectical contest between history and truth in the ‘baroque.’ Annibale Carracci’s portrayal of the Stoic legend of Hercules at the Crossroads departs from earlier, static emblematic images of the demigod who has already rejected Pleasure for Virtue; Caracci portrays a tragic soliloquist whose dominant trait is agonized indecision, joining the baroque rehearsal of the historical dilemma of choice itself. Carracci’s picture becomes a framing device illuminating the construction of gender in baroque painting and science, the Pauline ontology of art in Caravaggio and Rembrandt, the metaphysics of baroque soliloquy and the dismantling of Cartesian dualism in Cyrano de Bergerac and Pascal].

Dudley, Dennine. "Henrietta Louisa Jeffreys, Oxford University and the Pomfret Benefaction of 1755: Vertu Made Visible." Victoria: University of Victoria, Department of History in Art, Ph.D. thesis, 2004. Dir. Carol Gibson-Wood & Paul Wood.

Ferran, Florence. «La Peinture victime de la Sottise: représentations et discours de l’ineptie au Salon», dans Nicole Jacques-Lefèvre et Anne Pascale Pouey-Mounou (Éds.), Sottise et ineptie de la Renaissance aux Lumières. Discours du savoir et représentations romanesques, Littérales 34-35 (PUBLIDIX, Université de Paris X- Nanterre, 2004), pp. 426-444.

Fordham, Douglas. "Organizing the Avant-Garde: London Artists and the English Militia in the 1750s." le Spectateur européen – The European Spectator, 5 (2004): 59-82.

Krief, Huguette. «Européocentrisme & gravures dans la Collection des ouvrages anciens relatifs à Madagascar d’A. Grandidier (1903)». Cahier Diderot, 13 (2003): 232-247.

Larkin, T. Lawrence. "‘Je ne suis plus la Reine, je suis moi’: Marie-Antoinette at the Salon of 1783." Aurora: The Journal of the History of Art, 4 (2003).

Larkin, T. Lawrence. "Louis XVIII's Cult[ural] Politics." Aurora: The Journal of the History of Art, 5 (2004).

Martin, Isabelle. «L’animal philosophe sur les planches de l’Ambigu-Comique», dans Pierre Hartmann (édit.), le Philosophe sur les planches. L’image du philosophe dans le théâtre (1680-1815) (Strasbourg, Presses universitaires de Strasbourg, coll. «Centre d’étude sur les Lumières de l’Université de Strasbourg», 2004). ISBN: 2-86820-240-3.

* Payne, Christiana, & William Vaughan, eds. English Accents: Interactions with British Art, c. 1776-1855. Ashgate, 2004. 290 pp., ill. ISBN 0-7546-0712-7 [includes: C. Payne, "Introduction: international cross-currents in an age of nationalism"; David Bindman, "Americans in London: contemporary history painting revisited"; Anne-Marie Link, "Papierkultur: the British print, history and modernity in Enlightenment Germany"; Galina Andreeva, "‘Everything English is the mode here’: Russian reactions to British painting in the late 18th and early 19th centuries"; Michael Rosenthal, "A view of New Holland: Aspects of the colonial prospect"; Sarah Symmons, "‘A new people and a limited society’: British art and the Spanish spectator"; Barthélémy Jobert, "A la recherche de l’école anglaise: Lawrence, Wilkie and Martin, three British artists in Restoration France"; W. Vaughan, "‘Consciously objective and moral’: Hogarth and the political artist in Vormärz Germany"; Andrew Wilton, "American landscape painting and the European paradigm"; Rosalind P. Blakesly, "Slavs, Brits, and the question of national identity in art: Russian responses to British painting in the mid-19th century"; Tim Barringer, "Unmistakably American? National myths and the historiography of landscape painting in the USA"; W. Vaughan: "Afterword: British art and its histories"].

* Rosand, David. The Invention of Painting in America. Columbia University Press, 2004. 246 pp., ill. ISBN: 0-231-13296-4

Smalls, James. "Stepping Out on a Limb: Questioning Masculinity in Girodet’s Scene of a Deluge (1806). "Aurora: The Journal of the History of Art, 2 (2001).

Smentek, Kristel. "New Perspectives on Drawing in the Long Eighteenth Century." Eighteenth-Century Studies, 38, 2 (Winter 2005): 376-381 [review essay].

* Winckelmann, Johann Joachim. Essays on the Philosophy and History of Art. Ed. with new translations and introd. by Curtis Bowman. Thoemmes Continuum, 2001. 3 vols., 1400 pp. ISBN 1-85506-905-9

[see also title by Fort listed under France – Language & Literature – Rousseau; by Budge under Philosophy – Aesthetics]

Canaletto

Cervantes, Xavier. «‘The Famous Painter of Views Canaletti of Venice’: Canaletto entre l’Italie et l’Angleterre». le Spectateur européen – The European Spectator, 2 (2000): 111-134.

Collections and Collectors

Vander Ploeg Fallon, Melinda K. "Petronella de La Court and Agneta Block: Experiencing Collections in Late Seventeenth-Century Amsterdam." Aurora: The Journal of the History of Art, 4 (2003).

Goya

Singletary, Suzanne M. "Dystopia: Goya’s Cannibals." Aurora: The Journal of the History of Art, 5 (2004).

Ireland

Stafford, Fiona. "Striking Resemblances: National Identity and the Eighteenth-Century Portrait." Eighteenth-Century Ireland – Iris an dá chultúe, 19 (2004): 138-162, ill.

Reynolds

Rothschild, Loren. "Blinking Sam: The True History of Sir Joshua Reynolds’s 1775 Portrait of Samuel Johnson." The Age of Johnson: A Scholarly Annual, 15 (2004): 141-150.

Satirical Prints, Caricature

Turner, Simon. "Collections of British Satirical Prints in England and America." Journal of the History of Collections, 16 (2004): 255-265.

Turner

[see title by Costello listed in book by Carey et al. under Africa – Slavery]

 

HISTORY OF EDUCATION

Cohen, Michele. "Gender and ‘method’ in eighteenth-century English education." History of Education, 33, 5 (September 2004): 585-595.

* Dufour, Andrée, et Micheline Dumont. Brève histoire des institutrices au Québec de la Nouvelle-France à nos jours. Montréal, Boréal, 2004, 224 p. ISBN: 2-7646-0326-6.

Fatherly, Sarah E. "‘The Sweet Recourse of Reason’: Elite Women’s Education in Colonial Philadelphia." Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, (July 2004):

Martin, Christophe. «"Le sommeil de la raison": pour une archéologie de l’idée d’"éducation négative", de L’École des femmes à l’Émile», dans Nicole Jacques-Lefèvre et Anne Pascale Pouey-Mounou (Éds.), Sottise et ineptie de la Renaissance aux Lumières. Discours du savoir et représentations romanesques, Littérales 34-35 (PUBLIDIX, Université de Paris X- Nanterre, 2004), pp. 127-148.

* McManus, Antonia. The Irish Hedge School and its Books, 1691-1831. Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2002. 272 pp.

Munck, Thomas. "Literary, Educational Reform and the Use of Print in Eighteenth-Century Denmark." European History Quarterly, 34, 3, (2004).

* Rogers, Rebecca. From the Salon to the Schoolroom: Educating Bourgeois Girls in Nineteenth-Century France. Penn State University Press, 2005. 368 pp., ill., maps. ISBN 0-271-02680-4

Touboul, Patricia. «Le statut des femmes: nature et condition sociale dans le traité de l’éducation des filles de Fénelon». Revue d’histoire littéraire de la France, 104, 2 (avril-juin 2004).

Soètard, Michel. «Présentation et traduction du Journal de Pestalozzi sur l’éducation de son fils (Fragment: 27 janvier-19 février 1774)». Études Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 6 (1992-1995).

Vanoflen, Laurence. «Fictions d’éducation négative: Elisabeth Inchbald, Isabelle de Charrière, Félicité de Genlis», dans Nicole Jacques-Lefèvre et Anne Pascale Pouey-Mounou (Éds.), Sottise et ineptie de la Renaissance aux Lumières. Discours du savoir et représentations romanesques, Littérales 34-35 (PUBLIDIX, Université de Paris X- Nanterre, 2004), pp. 183-197.

HISTORY OF LAW

* Crimmins, James E., ed. The Death Penalty: Debates in Britain and the US, 1725-1868. Thoemmes Continuum & Edition Synapse, 2004, 7 vols., 2500 pp. ISBN 1-84371-018-8

* Crimmins, James E., ed. The Opinions of Different Authors upon the Punishment of Death, Selected by Basil Montagu, Esq. of Lincoln’s Inn (London 1809, 1812, 1813), with an Introduction and Bibliographic List of Contents. Thoemmes Continuum & Edition Synapse, 2004. 3 vol.

* Daumas, Maurice. le Mariage amoureux: histoire du lien conjugal sous l’Ancien Régime. Paris: Armand Colin, 2004. 335 pp.

Goyard-Fabre, Simone. «L’idée de loi d’après Rousseau et après lui». Études Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 6 (1992-1995).

Marcos, Jean-Pierre. «La question de la "loi naturelle" selon Rousseau». Études Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 7 (1995).

* Marcus, Maeva, ed. The Documentary History of the Supreme Court of the United States, 1789-1800. Volume 7: Cases: 1796-1797. Columbia University Press, 2004. 1040 pp., ill. ISBN: 0-231-12646-8

McArthur, Neil. "David Hume’s legal theory: the significance of general laws." History of European Ideas, 30, 2 (2004): 149-166.

Probert, Rebecca. "The Impact of the Marriage Act of 1753: Was It Really ‘A Most Cruel Law for the Fair Sex?’" Eighteenth-Century Studies, 38, 2 (Winter 2005): 247-262.

Rousseau, George. "‘While Excoriating Fanaticism and Superstition’: An Eighteenth-Century Case in the Law-Henry Fielding and John Hill among the Gypsies." le Spectateur européen – The European Spectator, 4 (2002): 161-186.

Trépanier, Pierre. «Notes pour une histoire des droites intellectuelles canadiennes-françaises à travers leurs principaux représentants (1770-1970)». les Cahiers des Dix, 48 (1993): 119-164.

* Vibert, Anne (édit.). l’Éloquence judiciaire. Préceptes et pratiques. Grandes plaidoiries passées et contemporaines. Éditions Litec (Éditions du Juris-Classeur), 2004.

Waquet, Françoise. «Parole académique, parole magistrale», dans Jean Dagen et Philippe Roger (édit.), Un siècle de deux cents ans? Les XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles: continuités et discontinuités (Paris: Desjonquères [coll. «L’esprit des Lettres»], 2004).

[see also title by Kayman listed under England – Literature – Godwin; Schmidt under Netherlands; by Houswitschka under Political Thought; by Burns in book by Vicente & Corteguera listed under Spain – Literature; by Snyder under U.S. – Colonial & Federal History]

HISTORY OF LINGUISTICS, PHILOSOPHY OF LANGUAGE, & TRANSLATION

Coski, R. Christopher. "Condillac’s Modernization of Rationalist Language Theory: Evidence, Propositions, and a Newtonian Linguistics." 1650-1850: Ideas, Aesthetics, and Inquiries in the Early Modern Era, 10 (2004).

Durand-Sendrail, Béatrice. «Mythe de la perfection linguistique dans l’Essai sur l’origine des langues». Études Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 6 (1992-1995).

Hassler, Gerda. «Langues des voisins et stéréotypes: la comparaison des langues au XVIIIe siècle». le Spectateur européen – The European Spectator, 2 (2000): 57-88.

Hickey, Raymond, ed. Legacies of Colonial English: Transported Dialects. Cambridge University Press, 2004. 752 pp., maps. ISBN: 0521830206

* Paxman, David. Voyage into Language: Space and the Linguistic Encounter, 1500-1800. Ashgate, 2003. 284 pp., ill. ISBN 0-7546-0697-X [ordinary spatial concepts, together with changing sense of earth’s space brought about by exploration, navigation, and mapping, affected linguistic thought—Europe entered and explored the unfamiliar space of language]

* Wilkins, John. An Essay towards a Real Character and a Philosophical Language (1668). Thoemmes Continuum, 2002. 638 pp. ISBN 1-85506-941-5

[see also title by Harris listed under Philosophy – Aesthetics]

HISTORY OF MATHEMATICS

Hanna, Robert. " Mathematics for Humans: Kant’s Philosophy of Arithmetic Revisited." European Journal of Philosophy, 10, 1 (December, 2002): 328-353.

Montesinos, José. "Newton the Mathematician." Existentia, 6-7 (1996-97): 273-285.

HISTORY OF MEDICINE

Blackwell, Mark. "‘Extraneous Bodies’: The Contagion of Live-Tooth Transplantation in Late-Eighteenth-Century England." Eighteenth-Century Life, 28, 1 (Winter 2004): 21-68.

Burnby, J. :The account books of Thomas Wright Tonge (1773-1854), a Lincolnshire surgeon and apothecary." Pharmacy History (London), 34, 2 (June 2004): 17, 32.

* Carrell, Jennifer Lee. The Speckled Monster: A Historical Tale of Battling Smallpox. New York: Dutton, 2003. 474 pp. ISBN 0525947361

Erlen, Jonathon. "Recent Dissertations in the History of Medicine." Jourbal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, 59 (2004): 145-148, 293-296, 471-474, 588-590.

Hackett, Paul. "Averting Disaster: the Hudson’s Bay Company and Smallpox in Western Canada during the Late Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth Centuries." Bulletin of the History of Medicine, 78, 3 (Fall 2004): 575-609.

* Hirschfelder, Gunther. Alkoholkonsum am Beginn des Industriezeitalters (1700-1815). Vergleichende Studien zum gesellschaftlichen und kulturellen Wandel. Wien: Böhlau Verlag, 2003. 384 S. ISBN 3-412-16702-X

Kaufman, M.H. "John Aitken (d. 1790)--Grinder or Scholar?" Journal of Medical Biography, 11, 4 (November 2003): 199-20.

Kopperman, Paul E. "‘Venerate the Lancet’: Benjamin Rush’s Yellow Fever Therapy in Context." Bulletin of the History of Medicine, 78, 3 (Fall 2004): 539-574.

Larocque, R. "Deaths at an Early Age in the City of Québec, 17th-19th Centuries." Canadian Bulletin of Medical History - Bulletin canadien d’histoire de la médecine, 16, 2 (1999): 341-361 [in French].

* Rusnock, Andrea Alice. Vital AccountsL Quantifying Health and Population in Eighteenth-Century England and France. Cambridge University Press, 2002. 268 pp. ISBN 0-5218-0374-8

Rutkow. I.M. "A Selective History of Hernia Surgery in the Late Eighteenth Century: The Treatises of Percivall Pott, Jean Louis Petit, D. August Gottlieb Richter, Don Antonio de Gimbernat, and Pieter Camper." Surgical Clinics of North America, 83, 5 (October 2003): 1021-1044.

Severns, Jen Royce. "A Sociohistorical View of Addiction and Alcoholism." Janus Head, 7, 1 (Summer 2004), available online: http://www.janushead.org/7-1/Severns.pdf (474 kb; Adobe Acrobat required)

Toman, C. "George Spence: Surgeon and Servant of the Hudson’s Bay Company, 1738-1741." Canadian Bulletin of Medical History - Bulletin canadien d’histoire de la médecine, 18, 1 (2001): 17-42

[see also title by Budd listed under England – Language & Literature; by Winston under France – History; by Dandrey under France – Language & Literature; by Winther under India; by Castonguay & Limoges under La Nouvelle France - Québec]

Web Resources

¥ Bibliothèque interuniversitaire de médicine – Medic@ -- Collection de rééditions de textes anciens: includes le Corpus des médecins de l’Antiquité in editions from the Renaissance up to the 19th century; the series Histoire des spécialités médicales, comprising texts by the founders of medical disciplines (including ophthamology, odontology, paleopathology, otorhinolaryngology, and medical alchemy); and the series Varia, which includes miscellaneous documents including medical theses, mss. and publications of Xavier Bichat, studies of animal magnetism, melancholia, the plague, gymnastics, medical instrument catalogues, and the Dictionnaire Panckoucke; available: http://www.bium.univ-paris5.fr/histmed/medica.htm

 

Psychology, Madness, Mental Conditions, &c.

Ingram, Allan. "John Haslam’s Observations on Insanity (1798): Delusion and Belief in the Eighteenth-Century Madhouse." le Spectateur européen – The European Spectator, 4 (2002): 145-159.

Ingram, Allan. "Sanity, Madness and the People Next Door: Neighbours and Normalcy in Eighteenth-Century England." le Spectateur européen – The European Spectator, 1 (2000): 75-90.

Park, Julie. "Unheimlich Maneuvers: Enlightenment Dolls and Repetitions in Freud." Eighteenth Century: Theory and Interpretation. 44, (Spring 2003): 45-68.

Robinson, D.N. "Jefferson and Adams on the Mind-Body Problem." History of Psychology, 6, 3 (August 2003): 227-238

Schafer, D. "Gulliver Meets Descartes: Early Modern Concepts of Age-Related Memory Loss." Journal of the History of the Neurosciences, 12, 1 (March 2003): 1-11

[see also title by Hitchcock listed under England – Literature; by Aram in book by Vicente & Corteguera listed under Spain – Literature]

HISTORY OF MUSIC

«Chronique du Musée de Montmorency». Études Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 5 (1991); 6 (1992-1995); 7 (1995).

Cook, Alexandra. "Rousseau and the Languages of Music and Botany," in Musique et langage chez Rousseau, C. Dauphin (édit)., Studies on Voltaire and the Eighteenth Century, 8 (2004), pp. 75-87.

* Rice, Paul F. The Solo Cantata in Eighteenth-Century Britain: A Thematic Catalog. Michigan: Harmonie Park Press (Detroit Studies in Music Bibliography, 84), 2003. 484 pp. ISBN: 0-89990-114-X

[see also title Aesthetics and Music listed under Philosophy – Aesthetics]

African-American

[see title by Rath listed under History of Music – Ethnomusicology]

Burney

[see title by Sabor listed under England – Literature – Burney]

Ethnomusicology

* Rath, Richard Cullen. How Early America Sounded. Cornell University Press, 2004. 232 pp., ill. ISBN: 0-8014-4126-9 32.5s

Haydn

Melton, James Van Horn. "School, Stage, Salon: Musical Cultures in Haydn’ s Vienna." Journal of Modern History, 76, 2 (2004): 251 ff.

Instruments

* Lalanne-Cassou, Jean-Claude. Du silex au synthétiseur. Pour une histoire de la musique par les instruments. Presses philosophiques, 2004.

Opera

Burden, Michael. "The Dramatick Opera Libretto as Monument." Texte, 33-34 (2003).

Gay-White, Pamela. "Opera as Ontology: Enlightened Music, Gender, and Genre." Eighteenth-Century Studies, 38, 2 (Winter 2005): 339-344 [review essay].

Thomas, Downing. "Operatic Fantasia." Eighteenth-Century Studies, 38, 2 (Winter 2005): 345-348 [review essay].

[see also title by Kühl in book by Graham & Berland under England – Literature – Beckford]

HISTORY OF RELIGION

Deconinck-Brossard, Françoise. «Peut-on parler d’une identité religieuse nordique au dix-huitième siècle?». le Spectateur européen – The European Spectator, 6 (2004).

Deconinck-Brossard, Françoise. «Sermons protestants dans l’Europe des Lumières». le Spectateur européen – The European Spectator, 4 (2002): 13-24. «»

Gurses, Derya. "The Hutchinsonian defence of an Old testament Trinitarian Christianity: the controversy over Elahim, 1735-1773." History of European Ideas, 29, 4 (December 2003): 393-409.

Liu, Yu. "The Jesuits and the Anti-Jesuits: The Two Different Connections of Leibniz with China." Eighteenth Century: Theory and Interpretation, 43, 2 (Summer 2002): 161-174.

Lurb, Pierre. «En relisant Christianity not Mysterious». le Spectateur européen / The European Spectator, 3 (2002): 47-66. «»

Marx, A. "Popular Religiosity: Eighteenth Century Religious Reformers and Religious Communalism." Satya Nilayam: Chennai Journal of Intercultural Philosophy, 6 (August 2004): 32-42. ISSN: 0972-5016

* Muldoon, James. The Spiritual Conversion of the Americas. University Press of Florida, 2004. ISBN 0-8130-2771-3 [European Catholic and Protestant missionaries in the new world, 16th, 17th, & 18th centuries]

Atheism

Anglani, Bartolo. «L’apologista libertino. La religione ‘atea’ di Giammaria Ortes». le Spectateur européen / The European Spectator, 3 (2002): 141-169.

* Berman, David, ed. Atheism in Britain: A Collection of Key Works. Thoemmes Continuum, 1996. 5 vopls., 1390 pp. ISBN 1-85506-574-X

Bost, Hubert. «La superstition pire que l’atheisme? Quelques réactions aux paradoxes de Bayle dans l’Europe protestante au XVIIIe siècle.». le Spectateur européen / The European Spectator, 3 (2002): 17-45.

Christianity - Protestant – Anglican

Allan, David. "Opposing Enlightenment: Reverend Charles Peters’s Reading of the Natural History of Religion." Eighteenth-Century Studies, 38, 2 (Winter 2005): 301-321

* Clarke, Samuel. The Works of Samuel Clarke, D.D. Ed. Benjamin Hoadly. 4 vols., 3254 pp. ISBN 1-85506-968-7 [1738 edition, including both Boyle Lectures and Clarke’s defense of Newton’s view of space and time in correspondence with Leibniz].

* Law, William. The Life and Works of William Law. Thoemmes Continuum, 2000. 10 vols., ISBN: 1-85506-834-6

Morère, Pierre. «Voix de Dieu, voies de la raison dans The Analogy of Religion de Joseph Butler». le Spectateur européen / The European Spectator, 3 (2002): 101-120.

* Paley, William. The Works of William Paley, With Additional Sermons and a Corrected Account of the Life and Writings of the Author. Introd. by Victor Nuovo. 1830 ed. Thoemmes Continuum, 1998. 6 vols., 3085 pp. OSBN: 1-85506-576-2

[see also title by Sneddon listed under Ireland – History; by Norris under Philosophy – Norris].

Christianity - Protestant - Baptist

[see title by Pestana listed under History of Religion – Christianity – Protestant – Quaker]

Christianity - Protestant – Independent/Puritan

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

Christianity - Protestant – Presbyterian

* Grove, Henry. Ethical and Theological Writings. Ed. Alan P.F. Sell. Thoemmes Continuum, 2000. 6 vols., 3220 pp. ISBN: 1-85506-837-0 [includes Grove’s System of Moral Philosophy].

Christianity - Protestant – Quakerism

* Hamm, Thomas D. The Quakers in America. Columbia University Press, 2003. 304 pp., ill. ISBN: 0-231-12362-0

* Pestana, Carla Gardina. Quakers and Baptists in Colonial Massachusetts. Cambridge University Press, 2004. 211 pp. ISBN: 0521525047

[see also title by Kendrick listed under England – Literature – Milton]

Christianity - Roman Catholic

Dabezies, André. «Le catéchisme, la raison et l’Histoire Sainte: L’Exposition de la doctrine chrétienne du P. Bougeant (1741)». le Spectateur européen – The European Spectator, 4 (2002): 25-35.

* Hubert, Ollivier. Sur la terre comme au Ciel. La gestion des rites par l’Église catholique du Québec. Fin 17e-mi 19e siècle. Québec: Presses de l’Université Laval, 2000.

Maire, Catherine. «Les jansénistes face aux convulsionnaires (1732-1747». le Spectateur européen – The European Spectator, 4 (2002): 131-144.

Marty, Michel. «Regards français sur la vie religieuse dans la République de Pologne durant la seconde moitié du XVIIIe siècle». le Spectateur européen – The European Spectator, 4 (2002): 37-66.

Moléro, Valérie. «Chercheurs de trésors superstitieux et Inquisition dans l’Espagne du XVIIIe siècle». le Spectateur européen – The European Spectator, 4 (2002): 219-242.

Soupel, Serge. «Foi, superstition, idéologie dans les Méditations, dans les Reflections et dans les Contemplations, etc., de James Hervey (1714-1758)». le Spectateur européen – The European Spectator, 4 (2002): 67-78.

[see also titles by Rivière and by Sneddon listed under Ireland – History; by Chambers under Philosophy – Descartes]

Christianity - Unitarian

* Priestley, Joseph. Theological and Miscellaneous Works of Joseph Priestley. Ed. John Towill Rutt. Introd. by John Stephens, preface by Alan P.F. Sell. 1817-32 editions; Thoemmes Continuum, 1999. 26 vols., 14700 pp. ISBN 1-85506-812-5

Deism

* Leland, John. Leland’s Deistical Writers. Thoemmes Continuum, 2003. 2 vols., 1036 pp. ISBN 1-84371-051-X [A View of the Principal Deistical Writers, 1754, expanded twice, with detailed views on Peter Annet, Charles Blount, Thomas Chubb, Anthony Collins, Lord Herbert of Cherbury, Thomas Morgan, Shaftesbury, Mathew Tindal, John Toland, Thomas Woolston, Hume, and Bolingbroke].

Islam

Berque, Jacques. «Rousseau et l’Islam». Études Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 6 (1992-1995).

«Instruction pastorale de Son Infaillibilité Mgr. le Mouphti des Musulmans, siégeant à Constantinople, sur l’ouverture du Ramadan et par occasion sur l’introduction dans l’Empire Ottoman d’éditions nouvelles des Œuvres de Voltaire et de J.-J. Rousseau», Études Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 6 (1992-1995). Réédition du texte de 1817.

HISTORY OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY,
NATURAL PHILOSOPHY

* Bogaert, S., A. Brunn, B. Donné, M. Pavlopoulos, & A. Sandreier. l’Homme et l’animal. La Fontaine, Condillac, Kafka (Prépas scientifiques). Paris: GF-Flammarion, 2004.

* Hallyn, Fernand. les Structures rhétoriques de la science. De Kepler à Maxwell. Paris: Seuil (coll. «Des travaux»), 2004.

Menely, Tobias. "Traveling in Place: Gilbert White’s Cosmopolitan Parochialism." Eighteenth-Century Life, 28, 3 (Fall 2004): 46-65 [White’s The Natural History and Antiquities of Selborne...]

Montluzin, Emily Lorraine de. "Dr John Bevis (1693-1771), Contributor of Astronomical and Meteorological Articles in the Gentleman’s Magazine." Notes and Queries, 51 (2004): 409-414.

* Planhol, Xavier de. le Paysage animal. L’homme et la grande faune: une zoogéographie historique. Paris: Fayard, 2004. 1127 pp.

Real, Hermann. "Beyond the Pillars of Hercules: the Role of Curiosity in Eighteenth-Century Science and Philosphy." le Spectateur européen – The European Spectator, 6 (2004).

* Smout, T.C., Alan R. MacDonald, & Fiona Watson. A History of the Native Woodlands of Scotland, 1500-1920. Edinburgh University Press, 2004. ill. ISBN: 0748612416

Vuillemin, Nathalie. "Connaissance ou reconnaissance? L’inquiétante corruption du regard par le savoir dans l’historie naturelle des Lumières." Variations, 12 (2004).

[see also title by Ready listed under England – Literature – Barbauld; by Espey under Geography – Travel; by Cook under History of Music; by Winther under India; by Castonguay & Limoges under La Nouvelle France - Québec]

Newton

Rindler, Wolfgang. "Time from Newton to Einstein to Friedman." KronoScope: Official Journal of the International Society for the Study of Time. 1, 1-2 (June 2001): 63-73.

HISTORY OF SEXUALITY, REPRODUCTION,
& GENDER

Dangeville, Sylvie. «Deux "articles" inédits de l’Ouvrage sur les femmes de madame Dupin». Études Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 7 (1995) [«Réflexions sur la puissance des maris» et «Du viol»].

* Stephanson, Raymond. The Yard of Wit: Male Creativity and Sexuality, 1650-1750. University of Pennsylvania Press, 2004.

[see also title by Garraway listed under Caribbean – Saint-Domingue; by Beynon in book by Graham & Berland under England – Literature – Beckford; by Winston under France – History; titles by Cortey and Cortey-Lemaire under France – Language & Literature; by Aram in book by Vicente & Corteguera listed under Spain – Literature]

Web Resources

¥ Jan Magnusson’s Bibliography of Gay and Lesbian Literature, available: http://www.janmagnusson.se/bibliografigay1.html

IN MEMORIAM

"In Memory of David M. Vieth (1925-2004)." East-Central Intelligencer, n.s. 19, 2 (February 2005): 68-70.

INDIA – HISTORY & CULTURE

D’Souza, Florence. "Official Rivalry and Private Collaboration: the English and the Dutch East India Companies in the Eighteenth Century." le Spectateur européen – The European Spectator, 6 (2004).

Rosa, Fabien. «La représentation du nabab», dans Marie-Odile Bernez (édit.), Visions de l’étranger au siècle des Lumières (Dijon: Éditions universitaires de Dijon [coll. «Kaléidoscopes/ÉUD»], 2002), pp. 55-61. ISBN: 2-905965-72-X.

Sharma, Amiya Bhushan. "Samuel Johnson’s Image of India." The Age of Johnson: A Scholarly Annual, 15 (2004): 121-139.

* Winther, Paul C. Anglo-European Science and the Rhetoric of Empire: Malaria, Opium, and British Rule in India, 1756-1895. New York & Oxford: Lexington Books, 2003. xvii, 429 pp. ISBN: 0-7391-0584-1

[see also title by Ahmed listed under Economics].

 

IRELAND - HISTORY

* Barnard, T.C. The Kingdom of Ireland 1641-1760. Palgrave, 2004. 216 pp.

* Barnard, T.C. Making the Grand Figure: Lives and Possessions in Ireland, 1641-1770. Yale University Press, 2004. xxii, 497 pp.

* Barnard, T.C. A New Anatomy of Ireland: The Irish Protestants, 1649-1770. Yale University Press, 2003. xvi, 489 pp.

* Bartlett, Thomas, ed. Revolutionary Dublin, 1795-1801: The Letters of Francis Higgins to Dublin Castle. Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2004.

* Bartlett, Thomas, David Dickson, Dáire Keogh, & Kevin Whelan, eds. 1798: A Bicentenary Perspective/ Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2003.

Bergin, John. "The Quaker Lobby and its Influence on Irish Legislation, 1692-1705." Eighteenth-Century Ireland – Iris an dá chultúe, 19 (2004): 9-36.

* Broderick, David. The First Toll Roads: Ireland’s Turnpike Roads, 1729-1858. Cork: The Collins Press, 2002.

Denby, David J. "The Enlightenment in Ireland." Eighteenth-Century Studies, 38, 2 (Winter 2005): 385-391 [review essay].

* Dunne, Tom. Rebellions, Memoir, Memory and 1798. Dublin: Lilliput Press, 2004.

* Griffin, Patrick. The People with No Name: Ireland’s Ulster Scots, America’s Scots Irish, and the Creation of a British Atlantic World, 1689-1784. Princeton University Press, 2001.

* Harbinson, Peter. Our Treasure of Antiquities: Beranger and Bigari’s Antiquarian Sketching Tour of Connacht in 1779. Bray: Wordwell, in association with the National Library of Dublin, 2002.

Hüther, Andreas. "Trapped Between the Present and Past: Writing the 1798 Bicentenary." Eighteenth-Century Studies, 38, 2 (Winter 2005): 336-339 [review essay].

Ó Connaill, Colm. "The Irish Regiments in France: An overview of the presence of Irish soldiers in French service, 1716-1791," in Eamon Maher & Grace Neville (eds)., France – Ireland: Anatomy of a Relationship (Frankurt am Main: Peter Lang, 2004).

* O’Connor, Thomas, & Mary Ann Lyons, eds. Irish Migrants in Europe after Kinsale, 1602-1820. Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2003.

* O’Donnell, Ruan. Robert Emmet and the Rebellion of 1798. Irish Academic Press, 2003.

* O’Donnell, Ruan. Robert Emmet and the Rising of 1803. Irish Academic Press, 2003.

Ó Gallchoir, Cliona. "Germaine de Staël and the Response of Sidney Owenson and Maria Edgeworth to the Act of Union," in Eamon Maher & Grace Neville (eds)., France – Ireland: Anatomy of a Relationship (Frankurt am Main: Peter Lang, 2004).

O’Kane, Finola. "Design and Rule: Women in the Irish Countryside 1715-1820." Eighteenth-Century Ireland – Iris an dá chultúe, 19 (2004): 56-74.

Kelly, James, ed. "Review of the House of Commons, 1774." Eighteenth-Century Ireland – Iris an dá chultúe, 19 (2004): 163-210 [a "muster" or "review" of the membership of the House of commons published by the pseudonymous "Dymoke" in the Freeman’s Journal].

Kleinman, Sylvie. "Pardon my French: The Linguistic Trials and Tribulations of Theobald Wolfe Tone," in Eamon Maher & Grace Neville (eds)., France – Ireland: Anatomy of a Relationship (Frankurt am Main: Peter Lang, 2004).

Morley, Vincent. "‘Do shagartaibh agus do mhinistirí’: léargas ar mheon na Rightboys." Eighteenth-Century Ireland – Iris an dá chultúe, 19 (2004): 111-126.

Pernot-Deschamps, Maguy. "Wolfe Tone, a Francophile at Heart," in Eamon Maher & Grace Neville (eds)., France – Ireland: Anatomy of a Relationship (Frankurt am Main: Peter Lang, 2004).

Power, Thomas P. "Publishing and Secular Tension in South Munster in the 1760s." Eighteenth-Century Ireland – Iris an dá chultúe, 19 (2004): 75-110.

Rivière, Serge. "In Defence of Irish Catholicism: Charles de Montalembert'’ aborted History of Ireland and Journal Intime," in Eamon Maher & Grace Neville (eds)., France – Ireland: Anatomy of a Relationship (Frankurt am Main: Peter Lang, 2004).

Sneddon, Andrew. "‘Darkness Must Be Expell’d by Letting in the Light’: Bishop Francis Hutchinson and the Conversion of Irish Catholics by Means of the Irish Language, c.1720-4." Eighteenth-Century Ireland – Iris an dá chultúe, 19 (2004): 37-55.

[see title by Clarkson & Crawford listed under Culinary History; by Mcmanus listed under History of Education]

IRELAND - LITERATURE

Kroeg, Susan M. "Phiulip Luckombe’s A Tour through Ireland (1780) and the Problem of Plagiarism." Eighteenth-Century Ireland – Iris an dá chultúe, 19 (2004): 126-137.

Edgeworth

[see title by Botkin listed in book by Carey et al. under Africa – Slavery; by Ó Gallchoir under Ireland – History]

Swift

* Passman, Dirk F., & Heinz J. Vienken. The Library and Reading of Jonathan Swift: A Bio-Bibliographical Handbook. Part I: Swift’s Library, in Four Volumes. Frankfurt am Main &c.: Peter Lang. 2003. 4 vols., xxi, 2416 pp., ill. ISBN 3-631-41926-0 (cloth); US-ISBN: 0-8204-6006-0 (cloth)

Peterson, Leland D. "Authentic and Questionable Swiftiana." East-Central Intelligencer, n.s. 18, 3 (September 2004): 7-11.

Real, Hermann J. "Swift’s A Description of the Morning (1709), ll. 11-2 and 14." East-Central Intelligencer, n.s. 19, 2 (February 2005): 32-35, ill.

Sabor, Peter. "A Large Portion of our Etherial Fire: Swift and Samuel Richardson," in Hermann J. Real & Helgard Stöver-Leidig, eds., Reading Swift: Papers from the Fourth Münster Symposium on Jonathan Swift (Fink, 2003), pp. 387-401.

[see also title by Schafer listed under History of Medicine – Psychology]

Tighe

* Tighe, Mary. The Collected Poems and Journals of Mary Tighe. Ed. Harriet Kramer Linkin. University Press of Kentucky, 2005. 384 pp. ISBN: 0-8131-2343-7

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

* Brémond, Claude, Hisham Bizri, Yuriko Yamanaka et Aboubakr Chraibi. les Milles et Une Nuits en partage. Actes Sud (coll. «La bibliothèque arabe»), 2004. 524 pp.

* Les Mille et Une Nuits. Contes arabes. Paris: Flammarion (coll. «GF»), 2004. 3 vols. Tr. d’Antoine Galland. Présentation de Jean-Paul Sermain et Chraibi Aboubakr. ISBN: 2-08-071200-4

[see also title by Walbiner listed under Bibliography – Reading]

Barbary

* Parker, Richard B. Uncle Sam in Barbary: A Diplomatic History. University Press of Florida, 2004. 320 pp. ISBN 0-8130-2696-2 [diplomacy surrounding capture of two U.S. ships in 1785 off the coast of Portugal, by the Algerine Corsairs, also known as the Barbary Pirates; 103 captives were ransomed with nearly a million dollars in cash and kind, but by the time the situation was resolved in 1796, the American seaman had spent 11 years in captivity. U.S. at war with Tripoli over tribute]

Chechnya

Gu Ne-Yadcy, Zu Beyde. "A Chechen National Hero of the Caucusus in the 18th Century: Sheikh Mansur." Central Asian Survey, 22, 1 (March 2003): 103-115.

Egypt

Hanafi, Hassan. «Voltaire et Rousseau en Égypte». Études Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 6 (1992-1995).

ITALY - HISTORY

Abbrugiati, Raymond. «L’illuminismo milanais et la France des Lumières: l’alterité italienne face au modèle français». le Spectateur européen – The European Spectator, 1 (2000): 180-201.

* Signorotto, Gianvittorio, & Maria Antoinetta Visceglia, eds. Court and Politics in Papal Rome, 1492-1700. Cambridge University Press, 2002. vii, 257 pp. ISBN 0-521-64146-2

ITALY - LITERATURE

Buffaria, Perette. «Les genres de l’autre, les autres genres: Vittorio Alfieri et ses voisins en littérature». le Spectateur européen – The European Spectator, 2 (2000): 175-186.

Comparini, Lucie. «Une philosophie en situation dans le Philosophe vénitien de Pietro Chiari», dans Pierre Hartmann (édit.), le Philosophe sur les planches. L’image du philosophe dans le théâtre (1680-1815) (Strasbourg, Presses universitaires de Strasbourg, coll. «Centre d’étude sur les Lumières de l’Université de Strasbourg», 2004). ISBN: 2-86820-240-3

Luzzi, Joseph. "Did Italian Romanticism Exist?" Comparative Literature, 56, 2 (Spring 2004): 168-191.

Neppi, Enzo. «l’Imaginaire religieux de Foscolo». le Spectateur européen – The European Spectator, 4 (2002): 99-129.

Goldoni

Berger, Cécile. «La portée symbolique des Européens des Lumières dans le théâtre de Carlo Goldoni (1707-1793): voisinage et distance, l’image de l’Autre dans le miroir vénitien». le Spectateur européen – The European Spectator, 2 (2000): 241-261.

Comparini, Lucie. «Les expérimentations théâtrales de Goldoni en France». Spectateur européen, 6 (2004).

Herry, Ginette. «Dramaturgie, philosophie et politique: le Philosophe anglais de Carlo Goldoni», dans Pierre Hartmann (édit.), le Philosophe sur les planches. L’image du philosophe dans le théâtre (1680-1815) (Strasbourg, Presses universitaires de Strasbourg, coll. «Centre d’étude sur les Lumières de l’Université de Strasbourg», 2004).

JUDAICA

* Terrell, Michelle M. The Jewish Community of Early Colonial Nevis: A Historical Archaeological Study. University of Florida Press, 2004. 208 pp. ISBN 0-3180-2786-1

[see title by Mendelssohn listed under Philosophy – Mendelssohn; by Starr-Lebeau in book by Vicente & Corteguera under Spain – Literature]

MARITIME HISTORY

* Finamore, Daniel. Maritime History as World History. University Press of Florida, 2004. 224 pp. ISBN 0-8130-2710-1

[see also title by Parker listed under Islamic World – Barbary]

MATERIAL CULTURE & THE DECORATIVE ARTS

[see title by Jordan listed under Archaeology; by Stabile under U.S. – Colonial & Federal Literature]

MISCELLANEOUS

* Blomac, Nicole de. la Gloire et le jeu. Des hommes et des chevaux (1766-1866). Paris: Fayard, 1991.

May, James E. "A Bliographical Register of EC/ASECS Newsletters, 1978-2004." East-Central Intelligencer, n.s. 19, 1 (January 2005): 33-54.

* Rabreau, Daniel, Monique Mosser, et Hervé Brunon (édit.). les Éléments et les métamorphoses de la nature. Imaginaire et symbolique des arts dans la culture européenne du XVIe au XVIIIe siècle. Actes du colloque international de Bordeaux (17-21 septembre 1997), Éditions William Blake and Co, coll. «Annales du Centre Ledoux», 2004, 506 p.

* Richelieu, maréchal de. Au risque de la volupté, Paris: Mercure de France (coll. «Le petit Mercure»), 2004. 116 pp.

Singh, Brijraj. "Two Eighteenth-Century Shows in New York." East-Central Intelligencer, n.s. 19, 2 (February 2005): 26-32 [Gilbert Stuart at the Met, Alexander Hamilton at the New York Historical Society].

* Starkey, Armstrong. War in the Age of the Enlightenment, 1700-1789. Praeger, 2003. 248 pp. ISBN 0-275-97240-2


NATIVE AMERICANS, LES INDIGÈNES, INDIANS, FIRST NATIONS

Brodeur-Girard, Sébastien. «Conception du monde et vision des Amérindiens chez P.-F.-X. de Charlevoix». Montréal: Université de Montréal, mémoire de maîtrise, 1999. vii, 132 pp.

* Bross, Kristina. Dry Bones And Indian Sermons: Praying Indians in Colonial America. Cornell University Press, 2004. 272 pp.. ill. ISBN: 0-8014-4206-0 (cloth); 0-8014-8938-5 (paper).

* Fowler, Loretta. The Columbia Guide to American Indians of the Great Plains. Columbia University Press, 2003. 304 pp., ill., maps. ISBN: 0-231-11700-0

* Hann, John H. Indians of Central and South Florida, 1513-1763. University Press of Florida, 2003. 256 pp. ISBN: 0-8130-2645-8

* Morris, Theodore. Florida’s Lost Tribes. University Press of Florida, 2004. Commentary by Jerald T. Milanich. 128 pp. ISBN 0-8130-2739-X

* Nassaney, Michael S., & Eric S. Johnson, eds. Interpretations of Native North American Life: Material Contributions to Ethnohistory. University Press of Florida, 2003. 480 pp. ISBN 0-8130-1783-1 (cloth); 0-8130-2650-4 (paper) [Part I: Ethnogenesis: The Creation, Maintenance, and Transformation of Ethnic Identity: Kathleen H. Cande, "Ritual and Material Culture as Keys to Cultural Continuity: Native American Interaction with Europeans in Eastern Arkansas, 1541-1682"; James F. Prendergast, "The Identity of Stadacona and Hochelaga: Comprehension and Conflict"; John P. Staeck, "Echoing the Past: Reconciling Ethnohistorical and Archaeological Views of Ho-Chunk (Winnebago) Ethnogenesis"; Eric S. Johnson, "The Politics of Pottery: Material Culture and Political of Process among Algonquians of 17th-Century Southern New England"; Susan M. Neill, "Emblems of Ethnicity: Ribbonwork Garments from the Great Lakes Region" – Part II: Change and Continuity in Daily Life: Alice Beck Kehoe, "François’ House, a Significant Pedlar’s Post on the Saskatchewan"; Brooke S. Arkush, "Improving Our Understanding of Native American Acculturation through the Archaeological Record: An Example from the Mono Bason of Eastern California"; Sean B. Dunham, "Cache Pits: Ethnohistory, Archaeology, and the Continuity of Tradition"; Carol I. Mason & Margaret B. Holman, "Maple Sugaring in Prehistory: Tapping the Sources"; Catherine C. Carlson, "Archaeology of a Contact-Period Plateau Salishan Village at Thompson’s River Post, Kamloops, British Columbia"; Mark S. Parker Miller, "Obtaining Information via Defective Documents: A Search for the Mandan in George Catlin’s Paintings" – Part III: Ritual, Iconography, and Ideology: Larissa A. Thomas, "Images of Women in Native American Iconography"; Barbara Brotherton, "Tlingit Human Masks as Documents of Culture Change and Continuity"; Paul A. Robinson, "One Island, Two Places: Archaeology, Memory, and Meaning in a Rhode Island Town"; M.S. Nassaney, "Archaeology and Oral Tradition in Tandem: Interpreting Native American Ritual, Ideology, and Gender Relations in Contact-Period Southeastern New England."

* Oberg, Michael Leroy. Dominion and Civility: English Imperialism and Native America, 1585-1685. Cornell University Press, 2004. 256 pp., ill., maps. ISBN 0-8014-3564-1 (cloth); 0-8014-8883-4 (paper).

* Rountree, Helen C., & E. Randolph Turner. Before and After Jamestown: Virginia’s Powhatans and Their Predecessors. University Press of Florida, 2004. 272 pp. ISBN: 0-8130-2476-5 (cloth), 0-8130-2817-5 (paper)

Volut, Pierre. «Nescambiouit, prince des Abénakis, scalpeur sanguinaire, ambassadeur ou bon sauvage?», dans Marie-Odile Bernez (édit.), Visions de l’étranger au siècle des Lumières (Dijon: Éditions universitaires de Dijon [coll. «Kaléidoscopes/ÉUD»], 2002), pp. 23-40. ISBN: 2-905965-72-X

[see title by Rath listed under History of Music – Ethnomusicology; by Paz under New Spain, &c.; by Harvey & O’Brien under U.S. Colonial & Federal History – Washington]

NETHERLANDS – HISTORY & CULTURE

Meerkerk, Edwin van. "Dyades, lijnendragers en netwerken. Een model voor bestudering van de productie, distributie en consumptie van het gedrukte woord in de achttiende eeuw." De Achttiende Eeuw, 35, 2 (2003): 160-175 ["Dyads, intermediaries and networks: a model for the study of the production, distribution, and consumption of the printed word in the eighteenth century"; in Dutch with an English abstract].

Rutten, Gijsbert. ["Vondel’s ‘Volkomen voorbeeldt’. Transmissie van Vondelianisme in de achttiende eeuw: een didactisch program." De Achttiende Eeuw, 35, 2 (2003): 135-52 ["Vondel’s ‘Volkomen voorbeeldt’ - Transmission of7 Vondelianism in the eighteenth century: a didactical program"; in Dutch with an English abstract].

Schmidt, Freek. "Armoede en verlichting. Het nieuwe werkhuis in Amsterdam en Abraham van der Hart." De Achttiende Eeuw, 35, 2 (2003): 89-122 ["Reforming Correction: the eighteenth-century Amsterdam workhouse and Abraham van der Hart," with illustrations; in Dutch with an English abstract].

Van Oostveldt, Bram. «French Influence on the Acting Style of the Rhetoricians in the SouthernNetherlands in the Second Half of the Eighteenth Century». le Spectateur européen – The European Spectator, 2 (2000): 89-110.

Vos, René. "Een Gouden Eeuw met grote gaten: Enkele ontwikkelingen rond de ‘Republiek der Couranten’ (1675-1800)." De Achttiende Eeuw, 35, 2 (2003): 124-134 ["A Golden age with large holes. Recent developments around the ‘Republic of Newspapers’ 1675-1800’"; in Dutch with an English abstract]

[see also title by Stoesser-Johnston listed under History of Architecture]

Web Resources

¥ DBNL: Digitale Bibliotheek voorde Nederlandse Letteren features full text and images of Dutch books, including 18th-century publications, with links to biographical sources, maps, and articles from De Achttiende Eeuw, available: http://www.dbnl.org

NEW SPAIN, MEXICO, SOUTH
& CENTRAL AMERICA

González Adánez, Noelia. "From Kingdoms to Colonies: The Enlightened Idea of America in Charles III’s Spain." SVEC, 9 (2004).

Hill, Ruth. «Casta as Culture and the Sociedad de Castas as Literature». SVEC, 9 (2004).

Paz, Gustavo L. "Mules for the Indians: Coerced Consumption and Domestic Market in Late Colonial Spanish South America." SVEC, 9 (2004).

Tavárez, David Edouardo. "Colonial Evangelisation and Native Resistance: The Interplay of Native Political Autonomy and Ritual Practices in Villa Alta (New Spain), 1700-1704." SVEC, 9 (2004).

* Vera, Eugenia Roldán. The British Book Trade and Spanish American Independence: Education and Knowledge Transmission in Transcontinental Perspective. Ashgate, 2003. 304 pp., ill. ISBN: 0-7546-3278-4

Colombia

* Helg, Aline. Liberty and Equality in Caribbean Colombia, 1770-1835. University of North Carolina Press, 2004. 363 pp. ISBN: 0807828768 (cloth); 0807855405 (paper)

Cuba

[see titles by Jennings and Knight in book by Shepherd listed under Caribbean]

LA NOUVELLE FRANCE, CANADA, L’ACADIE, LA LOUISIANE,
NEWFOUNDLAND, QUÉBEC - HISTORY

Canada

Laudy, Danielle. «Les politiques coloniales britanniques et l’Ancien Régime au Bas-Canada entre 1783 et 1832». Montréal: Université de Montréal, thèse de doctorat, 1992. xvii, 401 pp., ill.

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

Québec

Andrès, Bernard. «L’archive de l’Autre au Québec: 1760-1800», dans Zila Bernd et Simon Harel (édit.), Annales du Colloque «Brésil@Montréal: penser les transferts culturels: pratiques et discours du pluralisme» (Brasilia: Omni3, 2003). Cédérom ISBN: 85-89273-03-2.

Andrès, Bernard. «Quelle latino-américanité pour le Québec et le Brésil?», dans Géographie et cultures (dossier «Métropoles des Amériques»). Paris: L’Harmattan, 2003.

* Castonguay, Stéphane, & Camille Limoges. François Blanchet. Tome I. L’étudiant et le savant. Montréal: VLB éditeur, 2004. 400 pp. ISBN: 2-89005-884-0 [Biographie de François Blanchet (1776-1830) été en son temps un personnage considérable, homme politique célèbre, membre du Parti patriote et, parallèlement, éminent médecin de la bourgeoisie québécoise. Ce premier tome de sa biographie retrace ses années de formation et donne l’édition critique et annotée des Recherches sur la médecine, ou l’application de la chimie à la médecine, premier ouvrage scientifique écrit par un Canadien, publié en français à New York en 1800.]

[see also title by Fournier listed under Garden & Landscape History; by Dufour & Dumont under History of Education; by Hubert under History of Religion - Roman Catholic]

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

* Bentley, D. M. R. Mimic Fires: Accounts of Early Long Poems on Canada. Montréal & Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 1994. 368 pp.

* Melançon, Robert. Qu’est-ce qu’un classique québécois?, Montréal: Fides et Presses de l’Université de Montréal (coll. «Les grandes conférences»), 2004. 58 pp. ISBN: 2-7621-2619-3; 2-7606-1972-9.

[see also title by Fleming, Gallichan& Lamonde listed under Bibliography]


OCCULT, ASTROLOGY, MAGIC,
DEMONOLOGY, WITCHCRAFT, &C.

Garraway, Doris. "Material Bodies, Spiritual Worlds: Ideologies of the Occult and Regimes of Discipline in the Colonial French Caribbean." SVEC, 9 (2004).

* Gibson, Marion, ed. Witchcraft And Society In England And America, 1550–1750. Cornell University Press, 2004. 256 pp., ill. ISBN: 0-8014-4224-9 (cloth); 0-8014-8874-5 (paper).

Hawkes, David. "Faust Among the Witches: Towards an Ethics of Representation." Early Modern Culture: An Electronic Seminar, 4 (2004), available: http://eserver.org/emc/1-4/hawkes.html

Krampl, Ulrike. «Le trésor d’Arcueil ou comment ‘faux sorciers’ et Police de Paris cherchent fortune au debut du XVIIIe siècle». le Spectateur européen – The European Spectator, 4 (2002): 187-218.

[see also titles by Jacques-Lefèvre listed under Historiography]


PACIFIC HISTORY

Berghof, Oliver. "Tahiti, 1767-1777: The View from the Shore." SVEC, 9 (2004).

PHILOSOPHY

Artigas-Menant, Geneviève. «Du labeur clandestin à la propagande philosophique», dans Jean Dagen et Philippe Roger (édit.), Un siècle de deux cents ans ? Les XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles: continuités et discontinuités (Paris, Desjonquères [coll. «L’esprit des Lettres»], 2004).

* Barresi, John, & Raymond Martin. "Self-concern from Priestley to Hazlitt." British Journal for the History of Philosophy, 11, 3 (August 2003): 499-507.

* Berman, David, & Patricia O’Riordan, eds. The Irish Enlightenment and Counter-Enlightenment. Thoemmes Continuum, 2002. 6 vols., 2435 pp. ISBN: 1-85506-939 [includes works by Toland, Synge, Swift, Burke, and others].

Bradatan, Costica. "Philosophy as Palimpsest. For an Immemorial Wisdom." Existentia, 14, 3-4 (2004): 337-344/

* Brown, Thomas. Life and Collected Works of Thomas Brown. Ed. Thomas Dixon. Thoemmes Continuum, 2002. 8 vols., 4500 pp. ISBN 1-855-6-924-5

Buckle, Stephen. "British Sceptical Realism: A Fresh Look at the British Tradition." European Journal of Philosophy, 7, 1 (April 1999): 1-29.

* Campbell, George. Lectures, Sermons and Dissertations. Ed. Doug Sondheim. Thoemmes Continuum, 2001. 3 vols., 1270 pp. ISBNL 1-85506-902-4

* Cassin, Barbara (édit.). Vocabulaire européen des philosophies. Paris: Seuil/Le Robert, 2004. 1534 pp.

* Conley, John J. The Suspicion of Virtue: Women Philosophers in Neoclassical France. Cornell University Press, 2002. 222 pp. ISBN: 0801440203

* Duddy, Thomas, ed. The Dictionary of Irish Philosophers. Thoemmes Continuum, 2004. 400 pp. ISBN 1-84371-082-X

* Essays and Observations, Physical and Literary, Read before a Society in Edinburgh. Intro. by Paul Wood. 1754-71; Thoemmes Continuum, 2002. 3 vols., 1590 pp. ISBN: 1-85506-025-3 [Philosophical Society of Edinburgh; contributors include Lord Kames, Colin Maclaurin, Robert Whytt, Alexander Monro, William Cullen, and Joseph Black; David Hume, as Secretary of the Society, compiled the collection].

* Fieser, James, ed. Early Responses to Reid, Oswald, Beattie and Stewart. Thoemmes Continuum, 1998. 2 vols., 816 pp. ISBN: 1-85506-582-1

* Fieser, James. Scottish Common Sense Philosophy: Sources and Origins. Thoemmes Continuum, 2000. 5 vols., 1500 pp. ISBN: 1-85506-825-7 [early responses to Oswald, Stewart, & Beattie; first new ed. of Beattie’s Essay since 19th c; first republication of Oswald’s Appeal since 1766-72 eds.)

* Garrett, Aaron V., ed. Animal Rights and Souls in the Eighteenth Century. Thoemmes Continuum, 2000. 6 vols., 1590 pp. ISBN: 1-85506-826-5

* Gregory, James, and Alexander Crombie. Philosophical and Literary Essays, and Letters. Intro. by James Fieser. Thoemmes Continuum, 2001. 3 vols., 1520 pp. ISBN: 1-85506-879-6 [Gregory’s anti-necessitarian Philosophical and Literary Essays(1792); Crombie’s attack on Gregory’s position, An Essay on Philosophical Necessity (1793)]

Guion, Béatrice. «L’amour-propre bien ménagé: des ruses de la providence à la morale de l’intérêt», dans Jean Dagen et Philippe Roger (édit.), Un siècle de deux cents ans ? Les XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles: continuités et discontinuités (Paris, Desjonquères [coll. «L’esprit des Lettres»], 2004).

* Hamilton, William, Sir. Works of William Hamilton. Ed. Savina Tropea, Thoemmes Continuum, 2001. 7 vols., 3186 pp. ISBN: 1-85506-920-2

Hoffmann, Paul. «L’idée de la femme parfaite dans la deuxième moitié du XVIIe siècle», dans Corps et cœur dans la pensée des Lumières (Strasbourg: Presses universitaires de Strasbourg, 2000), pp. 141-156.

* Hutton, James. Investigation of the Principles of Knowledge and of the Progress of Reason, from Sense to Science and Philosophy. New intro. by Jean Jones & Peter Jones. 1794; Thoemmes Continuum, 1999. 3 vols., 2250 pp. ISBN: 1-85506-811-7

* Klemme, Heiner F., ed. Reception of the Scottish Enlightenment in Germany: Six Significant Translations. Thoemmes Continuum, 2000. 7 vols., 5260 pp. ISBN: 1-85506-840-0

* Kuehn, Manfred, & Heiner F. Klemme, eds. The Dictionary of Eighteenth-Century German Philosophers. Thoemmes Continuum, 2005. 2 vols., 1100 pp. ISBN 1-85506-891-5

* Leterrier, Sophie-Anne. l’Institution des sciences morales, 1795-1850. Paris: l’Harmattan, 1995. 431 pp.

* Mander, W.J., & Alan P.F. Sell, eds. The Dictionary of Nineteenth-Century British Philosophers. Thoemmes Continuum, 2002. 2 vols., 1080 pp. ISBN 1-85506-9555-5

* Martin, Benjamin. Biographia Philosophica: Being an Account of the Lives, Writings, and Inventions of the Most Eminent Philosophers and Mathematicians. Thoemmes Continuum, 2002. 576 pp. ISBN 1-85506-973-3

* Pyle, Andrew, ed. The Dictionary of Seventeenth-Century British Philosophers. Thoemmes Continuum, 2000. 2 vols., 936 pp. ISBN 1-85506-704-8

* Robison, John. A System of Mechanical Philosophy. New intro. by Paul Wood. 1822; Thoemmes Continuum, 2004. 8 vols., 2957 pp. ISBN: 1-84371-074-9

* Stanley, Thomas. The History of Philosophy, containing the Lives, Opinions, Actions and Discourses of the Philosophers of every Sect. Introd. Knut Haakonssen. Thoemms Continuum, 2000. 2 vols., 864 pp. ISBN 1-85506-829-X [first published in 4 volumes, 1655-1662; 1795-6 edition].

* Tucker, Abraham. The Light of Nature Pursued. Introd. James Harrid. Thoemmes Continuum, 2002. 4 vols., 1386 pp. 1840 ed. ISBN: 1-84371-016-1

* Van Bunge, Wiep, Henri Krop, Bart Leeuwenburgh, Han van Ruler, Paul Schuurman, & Michael Wielema, eds. The Dictionary of Seventeenth and Eighteenth-Century Dutch Philosophers. Thoemmes Continuum, 2003. 2 vols., 1000 pp. ISBN 1-85506-966-0

* Walch, Johann Georg. Philosophisches Lexicon. New intro. by Manfred Kuehn, 1726, 1733; Thoemms Continuum, 2001. 3 vols., 1720 pp. ISBN 1-85506-896-6

[see also title by Hartmann listed under Theatre History – France]

Web Resources

¥ The Dictionary of the History of Ideas (ed. Philip P. Wiener [New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1973-74) now available in an online edition: http://etext.lib.virginia.edu/DicHist/dict.html

Aesthetics

* Aesthetics and Music in the Eighteenth Century. Thoemmes Continuum, 2003. 7 vols., 1700 pp. ISBN 1-84371-042-0 [includes rare texts by William Holder, James Grassinean, Charles Avison, John Potter, Francesco Algarotti, Anselm Bayly, Benjamin Stillingfleet, aand William Jackson].

* Budge, Gavin, ed. Aesthetics and the Picturesque, 1795-1840. Thoemmes Continuum, 2001. 6 vols., 2570 pp., ill. ISBN: 1-85506-900-8

* Eco, Umberto. Histoire de la beauté. Paris: Flammarion, 2004. ISBN: 2-08-068711-5.

* Harris, James. The Works of James Harris. Ed. James Harris, Earl of Malmesbury [the author’s son], 1801. Thoemmes Continuum, 2003. 2 vols., 1168 pp. ISBN 1-84371-053-6 [includes Three Treatises (1744): A Dialogue concerning Art, A Discourse on Music, Painting and Poetry, Concerning Happiness: A Dialogue; A Philosophical Inquiry Concerning Language and Universal Grammar (1751); Philosophical Arrangements (1775); Philological Inquiries (1781)].

* Klemme, Heiner F., & Manfred Kuehn, ed. The Reception of British Aesthetics in Germany: Seven Significant Translations, 1745-1776. Thoemmes Continuum, 2001. 7 vols., 2100 pp. ISBN 1-85506-899-0 [influential works by Shaftesbury, Hutcheson, Hogarth, Hume, Burke, Gerard, as translated by Spalding, Mylius, and Resewitz].

* Price, John Valdimir, ed. Aesthetics: Sources in the Eighteenth Century. Thoemmes Continuum, 1998. 8 vols., 2814 pp. ISBN 1-85506-599-1 [less well-known but important figures such as Daniel Webb, John Gilbert Cooper, and William Jackson].

[see also title by de Montluzin listed under Theory & Criticism

Beattie

* The Correspondence of James Beattie. Roger J. Robinson, ed. Thoemmes Continuum, 2004. 4 vols., 1300 pp. ISBN 1-84371-056-0

Berkeley

* Charles, Sébastien (édit.) Épistémologie et science selon Berkeley. Québec: Presses de l’Université Laval, 2004.

Condillac

[see also title by Coski listed under History of Linguistics]

Crousaz

Charles, Sébastien (édit.). Revue de philosophie et de théologie, 2004. Numéro consacré à la pensée de Jean-Pierre de Crousaz.

Descartes & the Cartesians

* Ariew, Roger, and Daniel Garber, eds. Descartes in Seventeenth-Century England. Thommes Continuum, 2002. 10 vols., 1930 pp. ISBN: 1-85506-990-3 [includes the first English translations of Descartes’ works, including the 1653 Compendium of Musick, the Mechanicks (1661), and The Passions of the Soule (1650), as well as critiques such as Gabriel Daniel, Voyage to the World of Cartesius (1692) and Ignace Pardies, A Discourse of Local Motion (1670), early critical pieces by scholars such as Edward Howard & John Davies, translations of Cartesian works by authors including Gérard de Cordemoy and François Bayle, works by English Cartesians such as Walter Charleton, and early biographies].

Chambers, Liam. "Irish Catholics, French Cartesians: Irish Reactions to Cartesianism in France, 1671-1726," in Eamon Maher & Grace Neville (eds)., France – Ireland: Anatomy of a Relationship (Frankurt am Main: Peter Lang, 2004).

"Descartes’ first philosophy and his natural philosophy: unearthing the roots projecting from the branches." European Legacy, 9, 5 (October 2004): 645-649.

Garza, Gilbert. "Descartes in the Matrix: Addressingthe Question ‘What is Real?’ from the Non-Positivist Ground." Janus Head, 7, 2 (Winter 2004): available in bound journal or as PDF file: http://www.janus-head.org/7-2/Garza.pdf (172 kb; Adobe Acrobat required).

Shotter, John. "Cartesian Change, Chiasmic Change: The Power of Living Expression." Janus Head, 6, 1 (Spring 2003), available online: http://www.janushead.org/6-1/Shotter.pdf (113 kb; Adobe Acrobat required)

Wood, Robert E. "Plato, Descartes, Heidegger: An Inquiry into the Paths of Inquiry," Existentia, 13, 3-4 (2003): 161-178.

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

Fichte

* Fichte, Johann Gottlieb. The Popular World of Johann Gottlieb Fichte. Ed. Daniel Breazeale. Thoemmes Continuum, 1999. 2 vols., 1029 pp. 1889 ed. ISBN 1-85506-705-6

Gassendi

Darmon, Jean-Charles. «Philosophie épicurienne et littérature: propositions pour l’étude de leurs relations de Gassendi à l’Encyclopédie», dans Jean Dagen et Philippe Roger (édit.), Un siècle de deux cents ans ? Les XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles: continuités et discontinuités (Paris, Desjonquères [coll. «L’esprit des Lettres»], 2004).

Helvétius

* Helvétius, Claude-Adrien. Philosophical Works. Thoemmes Continuum, 2000. 3 vols., 1460 pp. ISBN 1-85506-832-X

Hobbes

[see title by Bertman under Philosophy - Kant]

Hume

* Fieser, James, ed. Early Responses to Hume. Thoemmes Continuum, 1999-2003. Vols. 1 & 2: Early Responses to Hume’s Moral, Literary, and Political Writings, 1999. 2 vols., 844 pp., ISBN: 1-85506-605-X, Vols. 3 & 4: Early Responses to Hume’s Metaphysical and Epistemological Writings, 2000. 2 vols., 800 pp. ISBN: 1-85506-796-X. Vols. 5 & 6: Early Responses to Hume’s Writings on Religion, 2001. 2 vols., 800 pp. ISBN: 1-85506-797-8. Vols. 7-8: Early Responses to Hume’s History of England, 2001. 2 vols., 800 pp. ISBN: 1-85506-798-6. Vols. 9 & 10: Early Responses to Hume’s Life and Reputation, 2003. 2 vols. ISBN: 1-85506-799-4.

* Hume, David. Essays and Treatises on Several Subjects. Intro. by James Fieser. 1777; Thoemmes Continuum, 2002. 2 vols., 1130 pp. ISBN: 1-85506-935-0

Kail, P. J. E. "Projection and Necessity in Hume." European Journal of Philosophy, 9, 1 (April 2001): 24-54.

[see also title by McArthur listed under History of Law; by Bertman under Philosophy - Kant]

Hutcheson

Biziou, Michaël. «Religion, évidence et sens moral chez Hutcheson». le Spectateur européen / The European Spectator, 3 (2002): 67-99. «»

Kant

Anderson, R. Lanier. "Synthesis, Cognitive Normativity, and the Meaning of Kant’s Question, ‘How are synthetic cognitions a priori possible?’" European Journal of Philosophy, 9, 3 (December 2001): 275-305.

Aquila, Richard E. "The singularity and the unity of transcendental consciousness in Kant." History of European Ideas, 30, 3 (September 2004): 349-376.

Baumgartner, Hans Michael. "Kants Kritik der Reinen Vernunft, Ein Grundbuch Der Modernen Philosophie." Existentia, 6-7 (1996-97): 101-111.

Bertman, Martin. "Hobbes and Hume in relation to Kant." History of European Ideas, 30, 3 (September 2004): 295-314.

Blattner, William. "Heidegger's Kantian idealism revisited." Inquiry, 46, 4 (August 2004): 321-337.

Deligiorgi, Katerina. "Universalisability, Publicity, and Communication: Kant’s Conception of Reason." European Journal of Philosophy, 10, 2 (August 2002): 143-59.

Donohue, Brian. "An Examination of Moral Action and Aesthetic Judgement in Kant’s Critical Philosophy." Janus Head, 1, 3 (Spring 1999), available online http://www.janushead.prg/JHSpg99/franks.cfm

Flikschuh, Katrin. "On Kant’s Rechtslehre." European Journal of Philosophy, 5, 1 (April 1997): 50-73.

Grimm, Stephen R. "Kant’s Argument for Radical Evil." European Journal of Philosophy, 10, 2 (August 2002): 160-177.

Grondin, Jean. "Hat Die Kritik ser Reinen Vernunft Einen Schluss?" Existentia, 6-7 (1996-97): 113-125.

Habermas, Jürgen. "From Kant to Hegel and Back Again: The Move Towards Decentralization." European Journal of Philosophy, 7, 2 (August 1999): 129-157; with a comment by Charles Taylor, 158-163.

Hanna, Robert. "How Do We Know Necessary Truths? Kant’s Answer." European Journal of Philosophy, 6, 2 (August 1998): 115-145.

Hegedûs, Lóránt. "Neo-Kantian and Value Theology in Hungary." Existentia, 8 (1998): 137-204.

Hopkins, Robert. "Kant, Quasi-Realism, and the Autonomy of Aesthetic Judgement." European Journal of Philosophy, 9, 2 (August 2001): 166-189.

Hoyer, Ulrich. "Kant und die Naturwissenschaften: Zum Zweihundertsten Todestag des Philosophen am 12. Februar 2004." Existentia, 14, 1-2 (2004): 1-14.

Janz, Bruce B. "Debt and Duty: Kant, Derrida, and African Philosophy." Janus Head, Special Supplement: Selected Papers from the 6th Annual Human Sciences Conference at the George Washington University (2001), available online: http://www.janushead.org/GW-2001/janz.cfm

Khatami, Mahmoud. "Kant and Husserl on the Transcendental: A Revised Analysis." Existentia, 12, 3-4 (2002): 365-376.

* Kuehn, Manfred (ed.) Kant Biographien. Thoemmes Continuum, 2002. 8 vols., 2195 pp. ISBN 1-855056-959-8 [memoirs by Ludwig Ernst Borowski, Reinhold Bernhard Jachmann, & Ehregott Andreas Christoph Wasianski, and other biographical sketches and lives].

Lenk, Hans. "Eine Methodologisch-Interpretationistische Auffassung von Kants Theorie des Freien Handelns und der Moralischen Autonomie." Existentia, 14, 1-2 (2004): 15-22.

Marcucci, Silvestro. "La Polemica tra Kant e Reimarus: Il Giovane Sul Teorema Di Pitagora." Existentia, 6-7 (1996-97): 127-131.

* Paton, H.J. Kant’s Metaphysic of Experience: A Commentary on the First Half of the Kritik der Reinen Vernunft. 1936; Thoemmes Continuum, 1997. 2 vols., 1095 pp. ISBN: 1-85506-528-2

Purdy, Daniel. "Immanuel Kant and the Anthropological Enlightenment." Eighteenth-Century Studies, 38, 2 (Winter 2005): 329-332 [review essay].

Smith. Donald P. "Kant on the Dependency of the Cosmological Argument on the Ontological Argument." European Journal of Philosophy, 11, 2 (August 2003): 206-218.

Stern, Robert. "Going Beyond the Kantian Philosophy: On McDowell’s Hegelian Critique of Kant." European Journal of Philosophy, 7, 2 (August 1999): 247-269; with a comment by Kirk Pillow, 270-74.

Thomas, Alan. "Kant, McDowell and the Theory of Consciousness." European Journal of Philosophy, 5, 3 (December 1997): 283-305.

Tomasoni, Francesco. "Mendelssohn and Kant: a singular alliance in the name of reason." History of European Ideas, 30, 3 (September 2004): 267-294.

Uzel, Jean-Philippe. «Kant et la socialité du goût». Sociologie et sociétés, 36, 1 (printemps 2004).

Veres, Ildikó. "From Kant to Hermeneutics and Dialectic Theology: A Possible Way of Philosophical-Theological Quest in Mid-Eastern Europe: Sándor Tavaszy." Existentia, 8 (1998): 205-213.

* Walch, Johann Georg. Einleitung in die Philosophie. Intro. by Manfred Kuehn. 1727, 1738; Thoemmes Continuum, 2001. 818 pp. ISBN 1-85506-896-6

Zanuso, F. "The current interest in Kant in the North American debate on criminal punishment." History of European Ideas, 30, 3 (September 2004): 329-348.

Leibniz

Brown, Gregory. "Leibniz’s Endgame and the Ladies of the Courts." Journal of the History of Ideas, 65, 1 (January 2004): 75-100.

Feldman, Karen S. "Per canales Troporum: On Tropes and Performativity in Leibniz’s Preface to Nizolius." Journal of the History of Ideas, 65, 1 (January 2004): 39-51.

[see also title by Liu listed under History of Religion; by Clarke under History of Religion – Christianity - Anglican]

Locke

* Locke, John. An Essay Concerning Humane Understanding. Thoemmes Continuum, 2003. 2 vols., 980 pp. ISBN 1-84371-087-0 [includes 1st issue of 1st edition (1690) and 5th edition (1706) incorporating Locke’s final textual changes].

* Pollok, Konstantin, ed. Locke in Germany: Early German Translations of John Locke, 1709-61. Thoemmes Continuum, 2004. 8 vols., 2280 pp. ISBN 1-84371-092-7.

Walmsley, Jonathan. "Locke’s Natural Philosophy in Draft A of the Essay." Journal of the History of Ideas, 65, 1 (January 2004): 15-38.

[see also title by Stillingfleet listed under Philosophy – Stillingfleet]

Masham

* Philosophical Works of Damaris, Lady Masham. Ed. James G. Buickerood. Thoemmes Continuum, 2004. 400 pp. ISBN 1-84371-024-2 [1696-1705 editions].

Mendelssohn

* Mendelssohn, Moses. Moses Mendelssohn: The First English Biography and Translations. 1827-28 eds., with new intro. by James Schmidt. Vol. 1: biography by English translator M. Samuels; vol. 2: Mendelsson’s preface to Manasseh ben Israel’s Vindiciæ Judæorum and the critique of the preface (The Search for Light and Right), documents concerning the controversy with Lavater, Mendelssohn’s letter to Charles Bonnet maintaining his right not to choose between Judaism and Christianity; vol. 3: Jerusalem. Thoemmes Continuum, 2002. 3 vols., 928 pp. ISBN: 1-85506-984-9

[see also title by Tomasoni listed under Philosophy – Kant]

Monboddo

* Monboddo, James Burnett, Lord. Antient Metaphysics, or the Science of Universals, with an Appendix, containing an Examination of the Principles of Sir Isaac Newton’s Philosophy. New intro. by Aaron Garret. 1779-99; Thoemmes Continuum, 2001. 6 vols., 27330 pp. ISBN: 1-85506-866-4

Norris

* Norris, John. Philosophical and Theological Writings. Ed. Richard Acworth. Thoemmes Continuum, 2001. 8 vols., 2576 pp. ISBN 1-85506-901-6

Pascal

[see title by Braider listed under History of Art]

Reid

* Reid, Thomas. Thomas Reid on Logic, Rhetoric, and the Fine Arts: Papers on the Culture of the Mind. Ed. Alexander Broadie. Edinburgh University Press (The Edinburgh Edition of Thomas Reid), 2004. 400 pp. ISBN 074816845; in North America, Penn State University Press, 2005. ISBN 0-271-02678-2

Rousseau

Allard, Rosemarie. «La querelle du luxe au XVIIIe siècle: Voltaire, Rousseau, et la question du bonheur». Montréal: Université de Montréal, mémoire de maîtrise, 2003. vi, 124 pp.

Cohen, Alix. «Le mal, funeste hasard ou tragique nécessité?» Études Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 11 (1999).

Cotoni, Marie-Hélène. «Le "christianisme" de Rousseau au temps des Rêveries du promeneur solitaire». Études Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 10 (1998).

Decoux, Alexandre. «Jean-Jacques compris par les tailleurs, ou Bonheur de tout ce qui peut coudre, aidé par la Philanthropie», Études Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 8 (1996). Réédition du texte de 1835.

Yennah, Robert. «L’utilitarisme de J.-J. Rousseau». Études Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 10 (1998).

[see also title by Berque listed under History of Religion – Islam]

Scepticism

* Bernier, Marc André, & Sébastien Charles (édit.). Scepticisme et Lumières. Saint-Étienne: Presses de l’Université de Saint-Étienne, 2004.

Spinoza

Citton, Yves Citton. «ConcatéNations: l’écriture du corps mondialisé dans la tradition spinoziste». Textuel, 44 (2004).

Stillingfleet

* Stillingfleet, Edward. The Philosophy of Edward Stillingfleet; including his Replies to John Locke. Ed. G.A.J. Rogers. Thoemmes Continuum, 1999. 6 vols., 2140 pp. ISBN 1-85506-810-9

POLAND - HISTORY & CULTURE

Jacques, Martine. «La Pologne de Louis-Antoine Caraccioli: analyse et sensibilité», dans Marie-Odile Bernez (édit.), Visions de l’étranger au siècle des Lumières (Dijon: Éditions universitaires de Dijon [coll. «Kaléidoscopes/ÉUD»], 2002), pp. 77-91. ISBN: 2-905965-72-X.

Marty, Michel. «Aux confins des Lumières: partages et disparition de la République de Pologne, 1772-1795». le Spectateur européen – The European Spectator, 5 (2004): 101-130).

Philonenko, Alexis. «Rousseau et le roi de Pologne». Études Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 7 (1995).

* Rosset, François et Dominique Triaire. Jean Potocki, Paris, Flammarion, 2004.

Tomaszewski, Marek. «Représentations de la Pologne en France au XVIIIe siècle», dans Marie-Odile Bernez (édit.), Visions de l’étranger au siècle des Lumières (Dijon: Éditions universitaires de Dijon [coll. «Kaléidoscopes/ÉUD»], 2002), pp. 63-75. ISBN: 2-905965-72-X

[see also title by Friedrich listed under Germany &c. – History; by Marty under History of Religion – Christianity – Roman Catholic]

POLITICAL THOUGHT

* Fraisse, Geneviève. Muse de la raison. Démocratie et exclusion des femmes en France. Paris: Gallimard, 1995.

Grossman, Évelyne, & Yannick Séité. «Corps politiques - Cosmopolitismes (XVIIIe-XXIe siècle)». Textuel, 44 (2004).

Gutwirth, Madelyn. «The Article "Genève" Quarrel and the Reticence of French Enlightenment Discourse on Women in the Public Realm». SVEC, 12 (2001): 135-166.

Houswitschka, Christoph. "Circulating Ideas of Democracy: The Legal Culture of High Treason Trials of 1794," in Monika Fludernik & Greta Olson (eds.), In the Grip of the Law: Trials, Prisons and the Space Between (Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 2004).

* Houswitchka, Christopher, ed. Freedom – Treason – Revolution: Uncollected Sources of the the Political and Legal Culture of the London Treason Trials (1794). Peter Land, 2004. 251 pp., ill. ISBN 3-631-38795 (cloth); US-ISBN: 0-8204-4394-8 (paper)

* Rancière, Jacques. le Maître ignorant. Cinq leçons sur l’émancipation intellectuelle. Paris: Union générale d’éditions, 2004 (1987). 230 pp. Biographie de Philippe Jacotot (1770-1840).

Raviez, François. «Ligne ou la patrie de l’esprit», dans Marie-Odile Bernez (édit.), Visions de l’étranger au siècle des Lumières (Dijon: Éditions universitaires de Dijon [coll. «Kaléidoscopes/ÉUD»], 2002), pp. 179-186. ISBN: 2-905965-72-X.

* Wells, Byron R., & Philip Stewart, eds. Interpreting Colonialism, SVEC, 9 (2004).

[see also title by Ostrowski listed under Bibliography – Libraries; by Walker under England – Literature – Dryden]

Hobbes

Dreitzel, Horst. "The reception of Hobbes in the political philosophy of the early German Enlightenment." History of European Ideas, 29, 3 (September 2003): 255-289.

* Hobbes, Thomas. Leviathan. Ed. G.A. Rogers & Karl Schuhmann. Thoemmes Continuum, 2003. 2 vols., 840 pp. ISBN 1-84371-026-9 [1st vol. of this new critical edition includes an introduction by Rogers & Schuhmann, "The Genesis of Leviathan," "Hobbesian Sources of Leviathan," "The Different Versions of Leviathan," "The Latin Leviathan, "The Present Edition"; the 2nd vol. is the annotated edition].

Kant

Airaksinen, Timo, & Siitonen, Arto. "Kant on Hobbes, peace, and obedience." History of European Ideas, 30, 3 (September 2004): 315-328.

Kleingeld, Pauline. "Approaching Perpetual Peace: Kant’s Defence of a League of States and his Ideal of a World Federation." European Journal of Philosophy, 12, 3 (December 2004): 304-325.

Mandeville

Mitchell, Annie. "Character of an Independent Whig: ‘Cato’ and Bernard Mandeville." History of European Ideas, 29, 3 (September 2003): 291-311.

Montesquieu

[see title by Loïc & Steiner listed under Political Thought – Rousseau]

Rousseau

Allard, Gérald. «La pensée politique des Dialogues: le juste, l’injuste et le juge». Études Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 7 (1995).

Bach, Reinhard. «Rousseau et les physiocrates: une cohabitation contradictoire». Études Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 11 (1999).

Ben Saad, Nizar. «Rousseau et Machiavel». Études Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 10 (1998).

Boulad-Ayoub, Josiane. «La déclaration de 1793 ou le rousseauisme appliqué». Études Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 6 (1992-1995).

Charles, Loïc, & Philippe Steiner. «Entre Montesquieu et Rousseau. La physiocratie parmi les origines intellectuelles de la Révolution française». Études Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 11 (1999).

Citton, Yves. «Rousseau et les physiocrates. La justice entre produit net et pitié». Études Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 11 (1999).

Gauthier, Florence. «Mably critique de l’économie politique despotique. Physique sociale contre liberté en société», Études Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 11 (1999).

Goyard-Fabre, Simone. «La guerre et le droit internatonal dans la philosophie de Rousseau». Études Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 7 (1995).

Goyard-Fabre, Simone, «La religion civile ou l’unité d’une pensée déchirée». Études Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 10 (1998).

Lafrance, Guy. «L’interprétation éthico-juridique du Contrat social». Études Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 7 (1995).

* Strong, Tracy B. Jean-Jacques Rousseau: The Politics of the Ordinary. Rowman & Littlefield, 2002. xxx, 201 pp. ISBN: 0-7425-2142-7 (cloth); 0-7425-2143-5 (paper)

Van, Ngo. «Rousseau et quelques figures de la lutte anticolonialiste et révolutionnaire au Viet Nam». Études Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 10 (1998).

Villaverde, Maria José. «Rousseau-Diderot, l’antagonisme de deux visions du monde». Études Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 10 (1998).

[see also title by Rétat and by Vargas listed under Economics; by Berque lunder History of Religion – Islam]

Utopias

Németh, Béla G. "Messianismus, Utopie, Diktatur." Existentia, 9 (1999): 183-187.

[see title by Krief listed under France – Literature – Restif de la Bretonne]

PORTUGAL – HISTORY & CULTURE

Maffre, Claude. «Le Portugal, frontière exotique de l’Europe». le Spectateur européen – The European Spectator, 5 (2004): 83-130.

[see also titles by Pires and by Kühl in book by Graham & Berland under England – Literature – Beckford]

RHETORIC

Hamilton, Margaret. "Rhetoric, Science, and the Rhetoric of Science: An Exercise." Janus Head, Special Supplement: Selected Papers from the 6th Annual Human Sciences Conference at the George Washington University (2001), available online: http://www.janushead.org/GW-2001/hamilton.cfm

* Poster, Carol, ed. The Elocutionary Movement. Thoemmes Continuum (series "British Rhetoric in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries," 1), 2003. 8 vols., 3050 pp. ISBN 1-84371-023-4

§ Janus Head, 3, 1 (Spring 2000) is a special issue, "Regarding a Critical Rhetoric," edited by Rex Olson. Titles, available online, include R. Olson, "The Knot between Ricoeur and Derrida: A Look at Rhetoric in the Human Sciences," Ernesto Grassi, "Rhetoric and the Philosopger," Michael Sipiora, "The Psychological in the Neighbourhood of Thought and Poetry: The Uncanny Logos of the Psyche," Brent Dean Robbins, "On the History of Rhetoric and Psychology," John Arthos, "‘To Be Alive When Something Happens’: Retrieving Dilthey’s Erlebnis," Aloysius Joseph, "Speaking Differently: Deconstruction/Meditative Thinking as the Heart of ‘the Faculty of Observing,’" Cyd Ropp, "A Hermeneutic and Rhetoric of Dreams," see Janus Head 3, 1 page, http://janushead.org/3-1/index.cfm

RUSSIA - HISTORY

Dubuis, Michel. «Images de la Russie et de Pierre le Grand dans l’Espagne du dix-huitième siècle». le Spectateur européen – The European Spectator, 1 (2000): 217-240.

* Rosslyn, Wendy, ed. Women and Gender in 18th-Century Russia. Ashgate, 2003. 294 pp., ill. ISBN 0-7546-0505-1 [titles include W. Rosslyn, "Women in Russia (1700-1825): recent research"; Lindsey Hughes, "‘The crown of maidenly honour and virtue’: redefining femininity in Peter I’s Russia"; Carolin Heyder & Anja Rosenholm, "Feminisation as functionalisation: the presentation of femininity by the sentimentalist man"; Helena Goscilo, "Cosmetics—or dying to overcome nature in an age of art and artifice"; Semeon Ekshtut, :Love and the lap-dog"; Olga E. Glagoleva, "Natal’ia L. Pushkareva: Imaginary world: reading in the lives of Russian provincial noblewomen (1750-1825)"; Anna Belova, "Women’s letters and Russian noble culture of the late 18th and early 19th centures"; Frank Göpfert, "Observations on the life and work of Elizaveta Kheraskova"; Gitta Hammarberg, "Women, critics, and women critics in early Russian women’s journals"; Michelle Lamarche Marrese, "From maintenance to entitlement: defining the dowry in 18th-century Russia"; Robin Bisha, "Marriage, church, and community in 18th-century St. Petersburg,"; Olga Kosheleva, :Episodes from women’s lives in the reign of Peter I"; W. Rosslyn, "Female employees in the Russian theatres (1785-1825).

 

SCOTLAND - HISTORY

Lafon, Sylvie. «Si loin, si proche: les Highlands, les Lowlands et le ‘complexe d’éloignement de l’Écosse des Lumières». le Spectateur européen – The European Spectator, 1 (2000): 59-74.

[see also title by Smout, Macdonald & Watson listed under History of Science; by Betts under U.S. – Colonial & Federal History]

Web Resources

¥ Statistical Accounts of Scotland, 1791-99, 1845: Compiled by Sir John Sinclair. Accessible through a Table of Contents, Index, or by county and parish, available: http://stat-acc-scot.edina.ac.uk/stat-acc-scot/stat-acc-scot.php

SCOTLAND - LITERATURE

Caudwell, James. "Duncan Campbell." Notes and Queries, 51 (2004): 380-381.

Adam

Overton, Bill. "The Subscription List for Jean Adam’s Miscellany Poems (1734)." Notes and Queries, 51 (2004): 392-395.

Boswell

Bond, Erik. "Bringing Up Boswell: Drama, Criticism, and the Journals." The Age of Johnson: A Scholarly Annual, 15 (2004): 151-176.

Hogg

* Hogg, James. The Collected Letters of James Hogg. Volume I, 1800-1819. Gillian Hughes & Douglas S. Mack, eds. Edinburgh University Press, 2004. ISBN 0748616713

* Hogg, James. Winter Evening Tales. Ian Duncan, ed. 1820, 1821; Edinburgh University Press, 2004. ISBN: 074820869 (paper)

Macpherson

* Moore, Dafydd. Enlightenment and Romance in James Macpherson’s The Poems of Ossian. Ashgate, 2003. 198 pp. ISBN: 0-7546-0973-1

Smollett

* Irvine, Robert P. Enlightenment and Romance: Gender and Agency in Smollett and Scott. Oxford &c.: Peter Lang, 2000. ISBN 3-906758-94-X (cloth); US-ISBN 0-8204-5091-X (paper)

SOUTHEAST ASIA

Thailand

Trakulhun, Sven. "Lost History: Eighteenth-Century European Travel Literature and the Writing of the Thai Past of the Ayudhyan period (1350-1767)." SVEC, 9 (2004).

Vietnam

[see title by Van listed under Political Thought – Rousseau]

SPAIN - HISTORY

Novales, Alberto Gil., ed. "Contestación del ciudadano Juan Romero Alpuente al calumnioso artículo puesto en El Espectador de ayer con las iniciales D.S. y observaciones acerca del mucho gusto con que El Espectador le ha publicado, Madrid 1822." Trienio. Ilustración y Liberalismo, 44 (2004): 83-94.

Soubeyroux, Jacques. «Contribution de la presse à la diffusion des idées européennes en Espagne: l’exemple du Semanariode agricultura y artes (1707-1808». le Spectateur européen – The European Spectator, 1 (2000): 256.

[see also title by Dubuis listed under Russia – History]

SPAIN – LITERATURE

* Lewis, Elizabeth. Women Writers in the Spanish Enlightenment: The Pursuit of Happiness. Ashgate, 2004. 196 pp. ISBN: 0 7546 3995 9 [focuses on literary expressions of happiness by Spanish women as exemplified in the writings of three authors: essayist Josefa Amar y Borbón, poet María Gertrudis Hore, and playwright María Rosa Gálvez].

* Vicente, Marta V., & Luis R. Corteguera, eds. Women, Texts and Authority in the Early Modern Spanish World. Ashgate, 2003. 218 pp., ill. ISBN: 0-7546-0950-2 [select essay titles include: Vicente & Coretguera, "From language to representation"; Gretchen D. Starr-Lebeau, "Writing (for) her life: Judeo-conversas in early-modern Spain"; Bethany Aram, "Representing madness: text, gender and sexuality in early Habsburg Spain"; Alison Weber, "The three lives of the Vida: The uses of convent autobiography"; Sherry M. Velasco, "Visualizing gender on the page in convent literature"; Kathryn Burns, "Forms of authority: women’s legal representations in mid-colonial Cuzco"; L.R. Coreguera, "The making of a visionary woman: The life of Beatriz Ana Ruis, 1666-1735"; M.V. Vicente, "Textual uncertainties: the written legacy of women entrepreneurs in 18th-century Barcelona].

SWITZERLAND - SUISSE

* Zimmer, Oliver. A Contested Nation: History, Memory and Nationalism in Switzerland, 1761-1891. Cambridge University Press, 2003. xviii, 269 pp., ill. ISBN 0-521-81919-9.

THEATRE HISTORY

Alberti, Carmelo. «Naissance et avatars du mythe de la commedia dell’arte», dans Jean Dagen et Philippe Roger (édit.), Un siècle de deux cents ans ? Les XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles : continuités et discontinuités (Paris, Desjonquères [coll. «L’esprit des Lettres»], 2004).

§ Eighteenth Century: Theory and Interpretation, 43, 3 (Fall 2002) is a special issue on "Theater and Theatricality," edited by John O’Brien. Includes: John O’Brien,"Introduction: Theater and Theatricality" (191-195); Kim Solga, "The Savage Ambivalence of Delisle de la Drevetière" (196-209); Lisa A. Freeman, "The Cultural Politics of Antitheatricality: The Case of John Home’s Douglas" (210-235); Heather McPherson, "Theatrical Riots and Cultural Politics in Eighteenth-Century London" (236-252); Natalya Baldyga, "Political Bodies and Bodies Politic: Cultural Identity and the Actor in G.E. Lessing’s Hamburg Dramaturgy" (253-2670; Wendy C. Nielson, "Staging Rousseau’s Republic: French Revolutionary Festivals and Olympe de Gouges" (268-285); Cecilia Feilla, "Performing Virtue: Pamela on the French Revolutionary Stage, 1793" (286-305).

England

Ehrenfreund, Yael. «Le lord, le bon Quaker et le petit marquis français: les représentations de l’Anglais entre comédie et drame». le Spectateur européen – The European Spectator, 2 (2000): 187-206.

France

Mamy, Sylvie. «L’invention de l’opéra-ballet à sujet comique», dans Jean Dagen et Philippe Roger (édit.), Un siècle de deux cents ans ? Les XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles: continuités et discontinuités (Paris, Desjonquères [coll. «L’esprit des Lettres»], 2004).

Pellerin, Pascale. «Les philosophes des Lumières au théâtre, entre Révolution et Empire», dans Pierre Hartmann (édit.), le Philosophe sur les planches. L’image du philosophe dans le théâtre (1680-1815) (Strasbourg, Presses universitaires de Strasbourg, coll. «Centre d’étude sur les Lumières de l’Université de Strasbourg», 2004). ISBN: 2-86820-240-3.

Perchellet, Jean-Pierre. «La philosophie en scène face à la critique, de Fréron au Groupe de Coppet», dans Pierre Hartmann (édit.), le Philosophe sur les planches. L’image du philosophe dans le théâtre (1680-1815) (Strasbourg, Presses universitaires de Strasbourg, coll. «Centre d’étude sur les Lumières de l’Université de Strasbourg», 2004). ISBN: 2-86820-240-3.

Web Resources

¥ Théâtres de société -- rayonnement du répertoire français entre 1700 et 1799, Inventaire hypertextuel annoté, Marie-Emmanuelle Plagnol-Diéval, Dominique Quéro et David Trott, avec la collaboration de Gilles Plante: http://www.chass.utoronto.ca/~trott/societe/soc_A.htm

Germany

Lukas, Wolfgang. «Les tentations de la raison: transformations de la figure du philosophe dans le théâtre de l’Aufklärung», dans Pierre Hartmann (édit.), le Philosophe sur les planches. L’image du philosophe dans le théâtre (1680-1815) (Strasbourg, Presses universitaires de Strasbourg, coll. «Centre d’étude sur les Lumières de l’Université de Strasbourg», 2004). ISBN: 2-86820-240-3.

Spain

Bender, Martina. «Marques de l’influence française sur le renouvellement de l’art dramatique en Espagne dans la première moitié du XVIIIe siècle». le Spectateur européen – The European Spectator, 2 (2000): 223-240.

U.S. Colonial & Federal

* Nathans, Heather S. Early American Theatre from the Revolution to Thomas Jefferson: Into the Hands of the People. Cambridge University Press, 2003. 258 pp., ill. ISBN: 0521825083

THEORY & CRITICISM

Andrès, Bernard. «L’imaginaire de l’archive», dans Marc André Bernier (édit.), Archive et poétique de l’invention (Québec: Nota bene, 2003).

* Aron, Paul, Denis Saint-Jacques, & Alain Viala (édit.). le Dictionnaire du littéraire. Paris: Presses universitaires de France, 2002; coll. «Quadrige-poche», 26, 2004 (paper).

* Bernier, Marc André (édit.). Archive et poétique de l’invention. Québec: Nota bene, 2003. 261 pp.

Bolduc, Benoît (édit.). Texte, 33-34 (2003). 374 pp. Numéro «Texte et représentation: les arts du spectacle (XVIe - XVIIIe siècle)».

Châbut, Marie-Hélène. "Bodily Extremes: the Role of Corporeality in the Shaping of Early Modern Culture and Epistemology." Eighteenth-Century Studies, 38, 2 (Winter 2005): 323-328 [review essay].

Cohen, Walter. "Don Quijote and The Intercontinental History of the Novel." Early Modern Culture: An Electronic Seminar, 4 (2004), available: http://eserver.org/emc/1-4/cohen.html

De Caroli, Steve. "Pursuing the inimitable: Winckelman and the Legibility of Style." le Spectateur européen – The European Spectator, 3 (2000): 43-56.

de Montluzin, Emily Lorraine. "George Smith of Wigton: Gentleman’s Magazine Contributor, Unheralded Scientific Polymath, and Shaper of the Aesthetic of the Romantic Sublime." Eighteenth-Century Life, 28, 3 (Fall 2004): 66-89, ill.

Gagnoud, Andréa. «Des goûts es des coulers... Fondements et aspects de l’évolution de la notion de goûts en Europe au siècle des Lumières». le Spectateur européen – The European Spectator, 3 (2000): 19-43.

Lauterbach, Frank. "Errands into the Carceral Wilderness: Fictions of Imprisonment as Narratives of Social Alterity." in Monika Fludernik & Greta Olson (eds.), In the Grip of the Law: Trials, Prisons and the Space Between (Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 2004).

Lombardo, Patrizia (édit.). Critique, 687-688 (septembre 2004). 160 pp. Numéro «Jean Starobinski».

* Méchoulan, Éric. le Livre avalé. De la littérature entre mémoire et culture. Montréal: Presses de l’Université de Montréal (coll. «Espace littéraire»), 2004. 538 pp. ISBN: 2-7606-1970-2.

Parker, Noèl. «La République des lettres et la validité du discours public», dans Tanguy L’Aminot (édit.), Jean-Jacques Rousseau et la lecture (Oxford: Voltaire Foundation, 1999). ISBN: 0-7294-0628-8.

* Quinsart, Gilles, & Yves-Noèl Lelouvier (édit.). Le Monde des littératures. Encyclopædia Universalis, 2003. 561 pp. ISBN: 2-85229-751-5

Tschaepe, Mark D. "Foucault’s Dream: The Irony of Genealogy and Subjectivity." Janus Head, 3, 2 (Fall 2000), available online: http://www.janushead.org/3-2/tschaepe.cfm

Vidal, Didier. «Le picaresque: pandémique ou péripatétique?». le Spectateur européen – The European Spectator, 2 (2000): 149-158.

Westerhof, Dominique Kunz. "Vision épistémologique et vison figurale: Le regard du voyageur, entre Lumières et Romantisme." Variations, 12 (2004).

U.S. - COLONIAL & FEDERAL HISTORY

* Bayor, Ronald H., ed. The Columbia Documentary History of Race and Ethnicity in America. Columbia University Press, 2004. 1104 pp. ISBN: 0-231-11994-1

Betts, Jerry. "Highland Scot Settlers in North Carolina: 1732-1776." The Highlander: The Magazine of Scottish Heritage, 41, 5 (September-October 2003): 24-27.

* Boylan, Anne M. The Origins of Women’s Activism: New York and Boston, 1797-1840. University of North Carolina Press, 2002. xiv, 343 pp., ill. ISBN 0-8078-2730-4 (cloth); 0-8078-5404-2 (paper)

* Burnard, Trevor. Creole Gentlemen: The Maryland Elite, 1691-1776. New York & London: Routledge, 2002. ix, 278 pp. ISBN 0415931746 (paper).

* Cusick, James G. The Other War of 1812: The Patriot War and the American Invasion of Spanish East Florida. University Press of Florida, 2003. 392 pp. ISBN: 0-8130-2647-2

* Flavell, Julie, & Stephen Conway, eds. Britain and America Go to War: The Impact of War and Warfare in Anglo-America, 1754-1815. University Press of Florida, 2004. 288 pp. ISBN 0-8130-2781-0 [Part 1. The Seven Years’ War: Bob Harris, "War, Empire, and the ‘National Interest’ in Mid-Eighteenth-Century Britain"; Peter Way, "Venus and Mars: Women and the British American Army in the Seven Years’ War"; P.J. Marshall, "The Thirteen Colonies in the Seven Years’ War: The View from London" – Part 2: The American Revolution: J. Flavell, "British Perceptions of New England and the Decision for a Coercive Colonial Policy, 1774-1775"; Margaret Stead, "Responses of the British Media to the American Campaigns of the Howe Brothers"; Stephen Conway, "‘Like the Irish’? Volunteer Corps and Volunteering in Britain during the American War" – Part 3: The War of 1812: C.J. Bartlett & Gene A. Smith, "A ‘Species of milito-nautico-guerilla-plundering warfare’: Admiral Alexander Cochrane’s Naval Campaign against the United States, 1814-1815"; Michael A. Bellesiles, "Experiencing the War of 1812"; Eliga H. Gould, "The Making of an Atlantic State System: Britain and the United States, 1795-1825"].

* Foster, William Henry. The Captors’ Narrative: Catholic Women and Their Puritan Men on the Early American Frontier. Cornell University Press, 2003. 224 pp., ill., maps. ISBN: 0-8014-4059-9

* Gabriel, Michael P. Major General Richard Montgomery: The Making of an American Hero. Fairleigh Dickinson University Press / Associated University Presses, 2002.

* Grenier, John. The First Way of War: American War Making on the Frontier, 1607-1814. Cambridge University Press, 2005. 248 pp., ill., maps. ISBN 0521845661

* Heidler, David S., & Jeanne T. Heidler. Daily Life in the Early American Republic, 1790-1820. Greenwood Press, 2004. 296 pp. ISBN 0-313-32391-7

* Klepp, Susan E., & Billy G. Smith, eds. The Infortunate: The Voyage and Adventures of William Morales, an Indentured Servant. 2nd ed. Penn State University Press, 2005. 208 pp. ISBN –271-02676-6

* Lockridge, Kenneth A. Settlement and Unsettlement in Early America. Cambridge University Press, 2003. 148 pp. ISBN: 052152234X

* McWilliams, John. New England's Crises and Cultural Memory: Literature, Politics, History, Religion, 1620-1860. Cambridge University Press, 2004. 378 pp. ISBN: 0521826837

* Otterness, Philip. Becoming German: The 1709 Palatine Migration to New York. Cornell University Press, 2004. 256 pp., maps. ISBN: 0-8014-4246-X

* Reséndez, Andrés. Changing National Identities at the Frontier: Texas and New Mexico, 1800-1850. Cambridge University Press, 2004. 320 pp., maps. ISBN: 0521835550

* Shorto, Russell. The Island at the Center of the World: The Epic Story of Dutch Manhattan, the Forgotten Colony that Shaped America. Doubleday, 2004. 400 pp. ISBN 0385503490

* Silverstone, Scott A. Divided Union: The Politics of War in the Early American Republic. Cornell University Press, 2004. 304 pp. ISBN: 0-8014-4230-3

* Siskind, Janet. Rum And Axes: The Rise of a Connecticut Merchant Family, 1795-1850. Cornell University Press, 2004. 208 pp., ill. ISBN: 0-8014-8920

* Snyder, Terri L. Brabbling Women: Disorderly Speech and the Law in Early Virginia. Cornell University Press, 2003. 182 pp., ill., maps. ISBN: 0801440521

* Ward, Matthew C. Breaking the Backcountry: The Seven Years' ar in Virginia and Pennsylvania, 1754-1765. University of Pittsburgh Press, 2003. x, 360 pp., ill., maps. ISBN 0-8229-4214-3 cloth); 0-8229-5865-1 (paper)

* Weil, François. A History of New York. Tr. Jody Gladding. Columbia University Press, 2004. 259 pp., ill., maps. ISBN: 0-231-12934-3 (cloth); ISBN: 0-231-12935-1 (paper).

Web Resources

¥ The Gilder-Lehrman Institute of American History, in honor of the anniversary of the signing of the Constitution on September 17, 1787, published on its website a unique copy of the Constitution, printed in the early spring of 1788 by Claxton and Babcock in Albany, New York. Available: http://www.gilderlehrman.org/collection/docs_archive_constitution2.html

¥ See also their documents on Hamilton vs. the partisan press: http://www.gilderlehrman.org/collection/docs_archive_partisan.html

¥ See also their documents on Mutiny (a plot to kidnap or assassinate Washington): http://www.gilderlehrman.org/collection/docs_archive_mutiny.html

Other interesting historical documents, complete with images, brief contextual essays, and brief bibliographies, are regularly published on the Gilder Lehrman website. Check back often!

Hamilton

* Harper, John. American Machiavelli: Alexander Hamilton and the Origins of U.S. Foreign Policy. Cambridge University Press, 2004. 376 pp., ill. ISBN: 0521834856

Jefferson

* Kennedy, Roger G. Mr. Jefferson’s Lost Cause: Land, Farmers, Slavery, and the Louisiana Purchase. Oxford University Press, 2003. xv, 350 pp., ill., maps. ISBN 0-19-5155347-2

[see also title by Ostrowski listed under Bibliography – Libraries; by Cellauro under History of Architecture; by Robinson under History of Medicine – Psychology]

Madison

[see title by Ostrowski listed under Bibliography – Libraries]

Washington

* Harvey, Tamara, & Greg O’Brien, eds. George Washington’s South. University Press of Florida, 2004. 352 pp. ISBN: 0-8130-2689-X [Part 1: On the Map and Off: The South as a Diverse Region: Daniel H. Usner, Jr., "Remapping Boundaries in the Old Southwest, 1783-1795"; Martin Brückner, "Mapping the ‘American South’: Image, Archive, and the Textual Construction of Regional Identity in the Age of Washington"; Warren R. Hofstra, "‘And Die By Inches": George Washington and the Encounter of Cultures on the Southern Colonial Frontier"; Sophie White, "‘This gown . . . was much admired and caused much jealousy’: Fashion and the Forging of Elite Identities in French Colonial Louisiana" – Part 2: George Washington as Person, Symbol, and Southerner: Don Higginbotham, "George Washington and Three Women"; David S. Shields, "George Washington: Publicity, Probity, and Power"; Carla Mulford, "George Washington, the South, and the Poetics of National Memory" – Part 3: Free and Enslaved Black Americans in George Washington’s South: Philip D. Morgan & Michael L. Nicholls, "Slave Fight: Mount Vernon, Virginia, and the Wider Atlantic World"; William R. Ryan, "‘Under the Color of Law’: The Ordeal of Thomas Jeremiah, a Free Black Man, and the Struggle for Power in Revolutionary South Carolina" – Part 4: George Washington and Southern Indians: Peter H. Wood, "George Washington, Dragging Canoe, and Southeastern Indian Resistance"; Robbie Ethridge, "Creek Indians and Americans in the Age of Washington"; Theda Purdue, "George Washington and the ‘Civilization’ of the Southern Indians"].

U.S. - COLONIAL & FEDERAL LITERATURE

* Bauer, Ralph. The Cultural Geography of Colonial American Literatures: Empire, Travel, Modernity. Cambridge University Press, 2003. 309 pp., ill. ISBN: 0521822025 [Álvar Núñez Cabeza de Vaca, Gonzalo Fernández de Oviedo y Valdes, Samuel Purchas, William Strachey, Mary Rowlandson, Carlos de Sigüenza y Góngora, William Byrd, and Hector St. John de Crèvecoeur]

Boyle, Debra. "New Observations on the Literatures of Early America." Eighteenth-Century Studies, 38, 2 (Winter 2005): 367-371 [review essay].

* Elliott, Emory. The Cambridge Introduction to Early American Literature. Cambridge University Press, 2002. 194 pp. ISBN: 052181717X (cloth); 052152041X (paper)

* Stabile, Susan M. Memory’s Daughters: The Material Culture of Remembrance in Eighteenth-Century America. Cornell University Press, 2004. 366 pp., ill. ISBN: 0-8014-4031-9 [the Philadelphia salon of Elizabeth Fergusson, Hannah Griffitts, Deborah Logan, Annis Stockton, and Susanna Wright, and their poetics of memory—they used their writings to explore & replicate the arrangement of their material possessions, including desks, writing paraphernalia, mirrors, miniatures, beds, and coffins. Stabile also discusses vernacular architecture, penmanship, souvenir collecting, and mourning.]

Equiano

[see title by Stein listed in book by Carey et al. under Africa – Slavery]

Franklin

Franklin, Benjamin. The Autobiography and Other Writings on Politics, Economics, and Virtue by Benjamin Franklin. Ed. Alan Houston. Cambridge University Press, 2004. 436 pp. ISBN: 0521542650

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