C18-L: Resources for 18th-century studies
across the disciplines



July 15, 1997



Compiled and edited by Kevin Berland, with the able assistance of the Volunteer Fire Brigade, viz. Erin Blake, Dorothy Medlin, Benoît Melançon, Richard Sher, A.J. Wright, as well as the Man in the Funny Hat, and the Secret Admirer.


Gray, R. "The Kongo Kingdom and the papacy: A unique conclave of Christianity in the heart of 17th-century Africa." History Today, 47, 1 (January 1997): 44 ff.

Webb, J.L.A. "The mid-18th-century gum arabic trade and the British conquest of Saint-Louis de Senegal, 1758." Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, 25, 1 (January 1997): 37-58.

[see also title by Freund listed under Economics, and titles in the special issue of William and Mary Quarterly listed under Race].


* Burton, Audrey. The Bukharans: A Dynastic, Diplomatic, and Commercial History, 1550-1702. St. Martin's, 1997.

[See also special issue of History and Theory listed under Historiography.]


Attard, K. "In(Scribing) the penal colony: The role of myth in discouraging attempts of Irish convicts to escape from Port Jackson in early colonial Australia." Southerly, 56, 3 (Spring 1996): 170 ff.

* Belich, James. Making Peoples: A History of the New Zealanders from Polynesian Settlement to the End of the Nineteenth Century. Allen Lane, the Penguin Press, 1997. 497 pp. ISBN 0-713-99171-2 [and see review by Markman Ellis, "Among the hunter-gardeners," TLS 4911 (May 16, 1997): 29.

Calder, A. "The temptations of William Pascoe Crook: An experience of cultural differences in the Marquesas, 1797-1798." Journal of Pacific History, 31, 2 (December 1996): 144-61.

Campbell, I.C. "Culture contact and Polynesian identy in The European age." Journal of World History, 8, 1 (Spring 1997): 29-56.

Filihia, M. "'Oro-dedicated mato'ura in Tahiti: Their rise and decline in the early post-European contact period." Journal of Pacific History, 31, 2 (December 1996): 127-43.

[see also title by Bosch listed under U.S.-Colonial & Federal History; by Percy listed under England-Literature-Cook]


Black, Fiona A. "Newspapers as Primary Sources in Canadian-Scottish Book Trade History: The Example of Halifax, Nova Scotia, 1752-1820." Epilogue, 10 (1995): 43-51.

* Bond, W.H., & Hugh Amory, eds. The Printed Catalogues of the Harvard College Library, 1723-1790. Boston: The Colonial Society of Massachusetts, 1996. xil, 710 pp.

Crook, D. "The Records of Forest-Eyres in the Public Record Office, 1179-1670." Journal of the Society of Archivists, 17, 2 (October 1996): 183-94.

Harmsen, T. "High-principled antiquarian publishing: The correspondence of Thomas Hearne (1678-1735) and Thomas Smith (1638-1710)." LIAS - Sources & Documents Relating to the Early Modern History of Ideas, 23, 1 (1996): 69-98.

"Libraries and archives: New manuscript collections in Southern history." Journal of Southern History, 63, 1 (February 1997): 237 ff. [the southern U.S.]

Malaguzzi, F. "Treasures in the library: Rare bindings from Savoy" [in Italian]. Studi Piemontesi, 25, 2 (November 1996): 397-404.

Marchand, P. "Un père et ses enfants au XVIIIe siècle: La correspondance de Jean-Baptiste Carpentier (1768-1787). 1." LIAS - Sources & Documents Relating to the Early Modern History of Ideas, 23, 1 (1996): 99 ff.

McMullin, B.J. "Extinguishing the fire at Dod's warehouse in 1762." Book Collector, 45, 4 (Winter 1996): 476-84.

Nichol, Don. "Warburton (not!) on Copyright." British Journal for 18th-Century Studies, 19 (1996): 71-82.

Nurse, B. "The archives of learned societies." Journal of the Society of Archivists, 17, 2 (October 1996): 195-200.

Percy, C. "Earlier editorial practice vs. later linguistic precept: Some 18th-century illustrations." English Language Notes, 34, 3 (March 1997): 23-38.

Waldman, Glenys A. "Masonry in 18th-Century Philadelphia, with a Introduction to the Resources of the Masonic Library and Museum at the Grand Lodge D. & A. M. of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia." East-Central Intelligencer, n.s. 11, 2 (June 1997): 10-13.

Woudhuysen, H.R. "Research on the cards." TLS, 4913 (May 30, 1997): 32 [re: taking notes on cards; Pope; Johnson, Arthur Collins, Gibbon; notecards at auction]

[see also title by Gough listed under Maritime History, and title by Sher listed under Scotland-History-Robertson]


Donovan, K. "Slaves and their owners in Ile Royale, 1713-1760." Acadiensis, 25, 1 (Autumn 1995): 3-32.

* Mailhot, Laurent. la Littérature québécoise depuis ses origines. Montréal: Typo (coll. "Typo", 121), 1997. 445 pp. ISBN: 2-89295-129-1.

Mimeault, M. "Un centre de pêche industriel sur la Baie de Gaspé, 1760-1866." Acadiensis, 25, 1 (Autumn 1995): 33-53.

Pope, P. "The practice of portage in the early modern North Atlantic." Journal of the Canadian Historical Association - Revue de la societé historique du Canada, 6 (1995): 19-42.

Mancke, E. "Another British America: A Canadian model for the early modern British Empire." Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, 25, 1 (January 1997): 1-36.


Burnard, T. "European migration to Jamaica, 1655-1780." William and Mary Quarterly, 53, 4 (October 1996): 768-96.

Farnsworth, P. "The influence of trade on Bahamian slave culture." Historical Archaeology, 30, 4 (1996): 1-23.

Handler, J.S., & J. Jacoby. "Slave names and naming in Barbados, 1650-1830." William and Mary Quarterly, 53, 4 (October 1996): 685-728.

Johnson, S. "'La guerra contra los inhabitantes dem los arrabales': Changing patterns of land use and land tenancy in and around Havana, 1763-1800." Hispanic American Historical Review, 77, 2 (May 1997): 181-210.


Krise, Thomas W. "Editing the West Indies." East-Central Intelligencer, n.s., 11, 1 (February 1997): 10-12./P


Sommer, M.H. "The uses of chastity: Sex, law, and property of widows in Qing China." Late Imperial China, 17, 2 (December 1996): 77 ff.


Bonnel, Roland. "L'Iphigénie en Tauride de Guimond de La Touche: l'herméneutique d'un mythe grec au temps des Lumières." Dalhousie French Studies, 38 (printemps 1997): 69-76.


[see title by Baldwin listed under England-Literature-Johnson]


Caldwell, T. "Honey and venom: Dryden's 3rd Georgic." Eighteenth-Century Life, 20, 3 (November 1996): 20-36.

* Virgil's Aeneid. Translated by John Dryden. Ed. Frederick M. Keener. Penguin Classics, 1997. 480 pp. ISBN 0-140-446273 (paper)


* Delpierre, Madeleine. Dress in France in the Eighteenth Century. Yale University Press, December 1997.

Troncoso Carrera, T. "Customs and costumes of the Ching dynasty: Manchu and Chinese traditions" [in Spanish]. Goya, 255 (1996): 144-50.


Fink, Beatrice. "No Trifling Matter." East-Central Intelligencer, n.s. 11, 2 (June 1997): 8-10. [prolegomena to an institution of culinary history]


Mrva, I. "The Kuruc rising and its outcome, 1704-1711" [in Slovak; French & English abstracts]. Historicky Casopis, 44, 4 (1996): 583-611 [Transylvanian rebellion against Hapsburgs, led by Ferenc Rakoczi II].

Sayer, D. "The language of nationality and the nationality of language: Prague, 1780-1920." Past & Present, 153 (November 1996): 164 ff.

Sedliakovam A, "Slovak historiography in 1994" [in Slovak; French & English abstracts]. Historicky Casopis, 44, 4 (1996): 741 ff.


* Bairoch, Paul. Victoires et déboires. Histoire économique et sociale du monde du XVIe siècle à nos jours. Paris: Gallimard (coll. "Folio"), 1997. 3 vol., 2807 pp.

* Brien, Denis P., ed. Foundations of Monetary Economics. London: Pickering & Chatto, 1996. 6 vols., 1776 pp. ISBN 1-85196-190-9

* Capie, Forrest H., ed. History of Banking, 1650-1850. London: Pickering & Chatto, 1993. 10 vols., 3844 pp. ISBN 1-85196-126-7

Coelho, P.R.P., & R. A. McGuire. "African and European bound labour in the British New World: The biological consequences of economic choices." Journal of Economic History, 57, 1 (March 1997): 83-115.

* Darnell, Adrian. Early Mathematical Economics. London: Pickering & Chatto, 1991. 6 vols., 1604 pp. ISBN 1-85196-010-4

Freund, W.M. "Economic history in South Africa: An introductory overview." Suid-Afrikaanse Historiese Joernal - South African Historical Journal, 34 (May 1996): 127-50.

* Gran, Peter. Islamic Roots of Capitalism: Egypt, 1760-1840. Syracuse University Press, October 1997 [rep. 1979 ed].

Harris, P.M.G. "Inflation and deflation in early America, 1634-1860." Social Science History, 20, 4 (Winter 1996): 469-506.

* McCulloch, J.R., comp. Classical Writings on Economics, As Selected by J.R. McCulloch. London: Pickering & Chatto, 1996. Introd. by Denis O'Brien. 6 vols., 3600 pp. ISBN 1-85196-252-2 [selected economics treatises, published in the 1850s]

Mizuta, Hiroshi. "Kaleidoscope of the Colonial Discussion." Cahiers d'Économie politique, 27-28 (1996): 57-72.

Muramatsu, Shigemi. "Some Types of National Interest in the Anglo-Scottish Union of 1707: Scotland's Responses to England's Political Arithmetic." Journal of Economics, 3 (1996): 1-14 [published by the Faculty of Economics, Kumamoto Gakuen University, 2-5-1 Oe, Kumamoto 862, Japan].

Nash, R.C. "The balance of payments and foreign capital flows in 18th-century England: A comment." Economic History Review, 50, 1 (February 1997): 110 ff. With E.S. Brezis, "Did foreign capital flows finance the industrial revolution? A reply," 129 ff.

Nielsen, R. "Storage and English government intervention in early modern grain markets." Journal of Economic History, 57, 1 (March 1997): 1-33.

O'Brien, P.K. "Global warfare and long-term economic development, 1789-1939." War in History, 3, 4 (November 1996): 437-50.

Potter, M., & J.L. Rosenthal. "Politics and public finance in France: The Estates of Burgundy, 1660-1790." Journal of Interdisciplinary History, 27, 4 (Spring 1997): 577-612.

Rian, O. "Taxation through trade in 17th-century Norway." Scandinavian Journal of History, 21, 4 (1996): 309-14.

Robinson,Roger. "The Madness of Mrs. Beattie's Family: The Strange Case of the 'Assassin' of John Wilkes." British Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies, 19 (1996): 183-97.

Seki, Gentaro. "D. Forbes' Criticism on Smuggling and His Vision of Economic Development: A Suffering Agent in Mid-Eighteenth-Century Scotland." Keizaigaku Kenkyu [Journal of Political Economy], 62 (1996): 59-75 [in Japanese].

* Sibbet, Trevor A., & Steven Haberman, eds. History of Actuarial Science. London: Pickering & Chatto, 1995. 10 vols., 3488 pp. ISBN 1-85196-143-7

Siddle, D.J. "Migration as a strategy of accumulation: Social and economuc change in 18th-century Savoy." Economic History Review, 50, 1 (February 1997): 1-20.

* Steuart, Sir James. Principles of Political Oeconomy. Ed. Andrew S. Skinner. London: Pickering & Chatto, October 1997. 4 vols., 2000 pp. ISBN 1-85196-073-2. [Jacobite exile Steuart (1713-80) completed the first 2 books while living in Tubingen; this variorum ed. collates the 1767 1st ed. with that published in the 1805 Collected Works.]

Tanaka, Hideo "David Hume and the Scottish Enlightenment in Japan: Fifty Years Scholarship," Working Paper no. 38, Faculty of Economics, Kyoto University, Kyoto, 606-01 Japan.

Whatley, Christopher. "Scotland, England and 'The Golden Ball': Putting Economics Back into the Union of 1707." The Historian (London), 51 (1996): 9-13.

[See also title by McCoy listed under U.S. - Colonial & Federal History, and by McIntosh listed under Germany - History; by Chakrabarti kisted under India]


Raynor, David. "Adam Smith: Two Letters to Henry Beaufoy, MP." Scottish Journal of Political Economy, 43 (1996): 579-89.

* Smith, Adam. The Wealth of Nations. Ed. William Playfair; introd. William Rees-Mogg. London: Pickering & Chatto, 1995. 3 vols., 1744 pp. [Based on Playfair's 1805 edition, including his supplemental comments on the economic events of the 1790s]

Tanaka, Hideo. "Adam Smith Studies in Japan." Working Paper nos. 36-37, Faculty of Economics, Kyoto University, Kyoto, 606-01 Japan.


Hathaway, Jane. The Politics of Households in Ottoman Egypt: The rise of the Qazdaglis. Cambridge University Press, 1997. 198 pp. ISBN 0-521-57110-3 [and see review by Reuven Amitai-Preiss, "When the slaves ran the country," TLS, 4913 (May 30, 1997): 9].

Le Coat, N. "Allegories literary, scientific, and imperial: Representation of the other in writings on Egypt by Volney and Savary." Eighteenth Century Theory and Interpretation, 38, 1 (Spring 1997): 3-22.

[see also title by Gran listed under Economics]


Andrew, D.T. "'Adultery à-la-Mode: Privilege, the law, and attitudes to adultery, 1770-1809." History, 82, 265 (January 1997): 5-23.

Davies, O. "Urbanization and the decline of witchcraft: An examination of London." Journal of Social History, 30, 3 (Spring 1997): 597-618.

* Eastwood, David. Government and Community in the English Provinces, 1700-1870. St. Martin's, 1997.

Gould, E.H. "American independence and Britain's counter-revolution." Past & Present, 154 (February 1997): 107-41.

Horwitz, H. "Record-keepers in the Court of Chancery and the 'record' of accomplishment in the 17th and 18th centuries." Historical Research, 70, 171 (February 1997): 34-51 [equity proceedings].

Key, N.E. "The localism of the county feast in late Stuart political culture." Huntington Library Quarterly, 58, 2 (1996): 211-38.

Lake, P., & M. Questier. "Agency, appropriation and rhetoric under the gallows: Puritans, Romanists, and the state in early modern England." Past & Present, 153 (November 1996): 64-107.

Lenman, Bruce. "Providence, Liberty and Prosperity: An Aspect of English Thought in the Era of the Glorious Revolution," in The World of William and Mary, Part II: Ideas of Mentality, ed. Dale Hoake and Mordechai Feingold (Stanford, 1996).

Lock, F.P. "Unpublished Burke letters, 1783-96." English Historical Review, 112, 445 (February 1997): 119-41.

Marino, Sarah R. "Looking at the Mail: William Dockra's Penny Post." East-Central Intelligencer, n.s. 11, 2 (June 1997): 2-8.

* Mori, Jennifer. William Pitt and the French Revolution, 1785-1795. St. Martin's, 1997.

Reid, D.A. "Weddings, weekdays, work and leisure in urban England 1791-1911: The decline of Saint Monday revisited." Past & Present, 153 (November 1996): 135-63.

Schellekens, J. "Nuptiality during the first Industrial Revolution in England: Explanations." Journal of Interdisciplinary History, 27, 4 (Spring 1997): 637-54.

* Slack, Paul The English Poor Law, 1531-1782. Cambridge University Press (New Studies in Economic and Social History), 1995. vi , 73 pp., tables. ISBN 0-521-55268-0 (cloth); 0-521-55785-2 (paper).

Walvin, J. "A taste of empire, 1600-1800: How tea, sugar, and tobacco hooked Britons into a fondness for the fruits of imperial expansion." History Today, 47, 1 (January 1997): 11-16.

Woolf, D. R. "A Feminine Past: Gender, Genre, and Historical Knowledge in England, 1500-1800." American Historical Review, 102, 3 (June 1997): 645-79.

[see also title by Crimmin listed under Maritime History]


Alderson, S.J. "The Augustan attack on the pun." Eighteenth-Century Life, 20, 3 (November 1996): 1-19.

* Alpers, Paul. What is Pastoral? University of Chicago Press, 1997. 444 pp. ISBN 0-226-01516-5

* Benedict, Barbara M. Making the Modern Reader : Cultural Mediation in Early Modern Literary Anthologies. Princeton University Press, 1996. ix, 253 pp. ISBN : 0-691-02578-9.

* Castle, Terry. The Female Thermometer: Eighteenth-Century Culture and the Invention of the Uncanny. Oxford University Press, 1995. 278 pp. ISBN: 0-19-508098-X.

* Doody, Margaret Anne. The True Story of the Novel. Rutgers University Press, 1996. xxii, 580 pp. ISBN: 0-8135-2168-8.

Downie, J. A. "The Making of the English Novel." Eighteenth-Century Fiction, 9, 3 (April 1997): 249-66.

Dussinger, J.A. "'The Working Class of People: An early eighteenth-century source." Notes and Queries, 43, 3 (September 1996): 299-302.

Grundy, Isobel. "The Orlando Project: An Integrated History of Woman's Writing in the British Isles." East-Central Intelligencer, n.s., 11, 1 (February 1997): 13-15.

Harmon, W. "English versification: Fifteen hundred years of continuity and change." Studies in Philology, 94, 1 (Winter 1997): 1-37.

Hogle, J.E. "The gothic and the 'otherings' of ascendant culture: The original Phantom of the Opera." South Atlantic Quarterly. 95, 3 (Summer 1996): 821 ff.

Kaminsky, T. "Rehabilitating 'Augustanism': On the roots of 'polite letters' in England." Eighteenth-Century Life, 20, 3 (November 1996): 49-65.

Katrisky, L. "Eighteenth-century German literary influences on Coleridge." History of European Ideas, 22, 4 (July 1996): 295-306.

Kennedy, L. "Standing armies revisited (1697-1700): authorship, chronology, and public perception." Notes and Queries, 43, 3 (September 1996): 287-91.

Kramnick, J.B. "The cultural logic of late feudalism: Placing Spenser in the 18th century." ELH - English Literary History, 63, 4 (Winter 1996): 871-92.

Mee, , J. "Apocalypse and ambivalence: The politics of millenarianism in the 1790s." South Atlantic Quarterly. 95, 3 (Summer 1996): 671-98.

Mitchell, S., & W.I. Axford. "Isaac Axford and Hannah Lightfoot." Notes and Queries, 43, 3 (September 1996): 304.

Reed, J. "Robert Hooke's academic patriarch, or fetishizing the Restoration state." Genre, 28, 3 (Autumn 1995): 225-54.

* Ribeiro, Alvaro, & James G. Basker (eds.). Tradition in Transition: Women Writers, Marginal Texts, and the Eighteenth-Century Canon. Oxford: Clarendon, Oxford University Press, 1996. 368 pp.

Roulston, Christine. "Virtue Reconsidered: Writing and Sexuality in the Eighteenth-Century Epistolary Novel." Toronto, University of Toronto, doctoral thesis, 1993. 341 pp. Director: Linda Hutcheon.

Scanlan, J.T. "The end of the battle of the books" [review essay]. Eighteenth Century Theory and Interpretation, 38, 1 (Spring 1997): 88 ff.

* Siskin, Clifford. The Work of Writing: Literature and Social Change in Britain, 1700-1830. Johns Hopkins University Press, January 1998.

Snader, Joe. "The Oriental Captivity Narrative and Early English Fiction." Eighteenth-Century Fiction, 9, 3 (April 1997): 267-98.

Stafford, W. "Narratives of women: English feminists in the 1790s." History, 82, 265 (January 1997): 24-43.

Stanley, E.G. "Memorabilia: Criticism 1400-1800." Notes and Queries, 43, 4 (December 1996): 386.

Trolander, P., & Z. Tenger. "Criticism against itself: Subverting critical authority in late 17th-century England." Philological Quarterly, 75, 3 (Summer 1996): 311-38.


* Condren, Conal. Satire, Lies and Politics: The Case of Dr. Arbuthnot. St. Martin's, September 1997.


Clark, L.J. "A contemporary's view of Jane Austen." Notes and Queries, 43, 4 (December 1996): 418-20.

Deresiewicz, William. "Community and Cognition in Pride and Prejudice. ELH, 64, 2 (Summer 1997): 537-69.

Derry, S. "Emma, the earthly paradise, and The History of Nourjahad. Notes and Queries, 43, 4 (December 1996): 417-18 [Frances Sheridan].

Johnson, C.L. "The Divine Miss Jane: Jane Austen, Janeites, and the Discipline of Novel Studies." Boundary 2, 23, 3 (Autumn 1997): 143-64.

Le Faye, D. "A Literary Portrait Re-examined: Jane Austen and Mary Anne Campion." Book Collector, 45, 4 (Winter 1996): 508-25.

Myer, M.G. "Talking of the weather: A note on manners in Jane Austen." Notes and Queries, 43, 4 (December 1996): 418.

Neill, E. "The secret of Northanger Abbey." Essays in Criticism, 47, 1 (January 1997): 13-32.

* Small, Helen Small, Love's Madness: Medicine, the Novel, and Female Insanity, 1800-1865. Clarendon Press, 1996. x, 260 pp., ill. ISBN 0-19-812273-X. [Austen, Charlotte Dacre, 19th c novels]


* Bruder, Helen P. William Blake and the Daughters of Albion. Macmillan, 1997.

"Exhibitions and web sites relevant to studies of William Blake." Blake - An Illustrated Quarterly, 30, 3 (Winter 1996): 95 ff.

Gleckner, R.F. "Blake's 'Dark visions of torment' unfolded: 'Innocence' to 'Jersualem.'" South Atlantic Quarterly. 95, 3 (Summer 1996): 699-728.

Hollis, H. "Seeing Thel as serpent." Blake - An Illustrated Quarterly, 30, 3 (Winter 1996):87-90.

Goldsmith, S. "Blake's agitation: The significance of motion in his works." South Atlantic Quarterly. 95, 3 (Summer 1996): 753-96.

Kaplan, M. "Jerusalem and the origins of patriarchy." Blake - An Illustrated Quarterly, 30, 3 (Winter 1996): 68-81.

McCollister, D. "The seduction of self-abnegation in The Book of Thel." Blake - An Illustrated Quarterly, 30, 3 (Winter 1996): 90-94.

Simpson, M. "Who didn't kill Blake's fly: Moral law and rule of grammar in Songs of Experience." Style, 30, 2 (Summer 1996): 220-40.

[and see titles listed under History of Art-Blake]


Galperin, W. "The radical work of Frances Burney's London." Eighteenth-Century Life, 20, 3 (November 1996): 37-48.


Cameron, J.M. "Centlivre, not Shirley: Correcting an Error in Joseph Wood Krutch's Comedy and Conscience after the Restoration." Notes and Queries, 43, 3 (September 1996): 292-97.


Percy, C.E. "In the margins: Dr. John Hawkesworth's editorial emendations to the language of Captain James Cook's Voyages (1773). English Studies, 77, 6 (November 1996): 549-78.


Furbank, P. N., & W.R. Owen. "The 'Lost' Continuation of Defoe's Roxana." Eighteenth-Century Fiction, 9, 3 (April 1997): 299-308.

Furbank, P.N. & W.B. Owens. "Reply to Frank H. Ellis's review of 'Defoe De-Attributions.'" Review of English Studies, 48, 189 (February 1997): 69.

Tumbleson, R.D. "'Family religion': Popery in Defoe's domestic regime." Genre, 28, 3 (Autumn 1995): 255-78.


* Haley, David B. Dryden and the Problem of Freedom: The Republican Aftermath 1649-1680. Yale University Press, 1997. x, 308 pp.

Quinsey, Katherine M. "'Almahide still lives': Feminine Will and Identity in Dryden's Conquest of Granada,", in K.M. Quinsey (ed.), Broken Boundaries. Women and Feminism in Restoration Drama (University Press of Kentucky, 1996).

Quinsey, Katherine. "Dryden's Song for St. Cecilia's Day, 1687," Exploring Poetry, CD-ROM (Detroit: Gale Research, 1996).

Zwicker, S.N. "The paradoxes of tender conscience: Dryden's Hind and the Panther. ELH - English Literary History, 63, 4 (Winter 1996): 851-70.

[see listings under Classics-Virgil]


Keymer, T. "Fielding's amanuensis." Notes and Queries, 43, 3 (September 1996): 303.

* Mace, Nancy A. Henry Fielding's Novels and the Classical Tradition. University of Delaware Press, 1996. 198 pp. ISBN: 0-87413-585-0.

McClish, G. "Henry Fielding, the novel, and classical legal rhetoric." Rhetorica, 14, 4 (Autumn 1996): 413-40.

[and see title by Toise listed under England - Literature - Richardson]


Dugaw, D. "Dangerous sissy: Gendered 'lives,' John Gay, and the literary canon." Philological Quarterly, 75, 3 (Summer 1996): 339-60.


Murray, David Aaron. "From Patrimony to Paternity in The Vicar of Wakefield." Eighteenth-Century Fiction, 9, 3 (April 1997): 327-36.


McCarthy, B.E. "Gray's music for 'The Bard.'" Review of English Studies, 48, 189 (February 1997): 19-32. [Gray autograph ms.]


Ellis, L.B. "Engendering the bildungsroman: The bildung of Betsy Thoughtless." Genre, 28, 3 (Autumn 1995): 279-302.

Hollis, K. "Eliza Haywood and the gender of print." Eighteenth Century Theory and Interpretation, 38, 1 (Spring 1997): 43-62.


Baldwin, B. "Plautus in Johnson: An unnoticed quotation." Notes and Queries, 43, 3 (September 1996): 305.

Wechselblatt, M. "The pathos of example: Professionalism and colonization in Johnson's 'Preface to the Dictionary of the English Language.'" Yale Journal of Criticism, 9, 2 (Autumn 1996): 381-404.


Shifflet, A. "'How many virtues must I hate': Katherine Philips and the politics of clemency." Studies in Philology, 94, 1 (Winter 1997): 103 ff.


Szilyagi, S. "The primacy of Pope's 'Ode on Solitude' in a genealogy of his discursive self." Eighteenth Century Theory and Interpretation, 38, 1 (Spring 1997): 63-78.


Bellamy, L. "Private virtues, public vices: Commercial morality in the novels of Samuel Richardson." Literature and History, Third Series, 5, 2 (Autumn 1996): 19-36.

Gordon, Scott Paul. "Disinterested Selves: Clarissa and the Tactics of Sentiment." ELH, 64, 2 (Summer 1997): 473-502.

Toise, D.W. "'A more culpable passion': Pamela, Joseph Andrews, and the History of Desire." Clio, 25, 4 (Summer 1996): 393-420.


Coltharp, D. "Rival fopps, rambling rakes, wild women: Homosocial desire and courtly crisis in Rochester's poetry." Eighteenth Century Theory and Interpretation, 38, 1 (Spring 1997): 23-42.


Kercksmar, R.R. "Displaced apocalypse and eschatological and eschatological anxiety in Frankenstein." South Atlantic Quarterly. 95, 3 (Summer 1996): 729-52.

McLane, M.N. "Literate species: Populations, "humanities," and Frankenstein." ELH - English Literary History, 63, 4 (Winter 1996): 959-88.


New, M. "The odd couple: Laurence Sterne and John Norris of Bemerton." Philological Quarterly, 75, 3 (Summer 1996): 361 ff.


Arbour, P. "Corrigendum to Miller: Benjamin Franklin's 1740 edition of Watts' Psalms of David." Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 90, 4 (December 1996): 497-502.


* Oresko, Robert; G.C. Gibbs; H.M. Scott, eds. Royal and Republican Sovereignty in Early Modern Europe. Cambridge University Press, 1997. 671 pp. ISBN 0-521-41910-7

* Tauté, Anne, comp. Kings and Queens of Europe: A Genealogical Chart of the Royal Houses of Great Britain and Europe. University of North Carolina Press, 1997. 164 colour ill. ISBN 0-8078-6501-X [not for sale in Europe or the British Commonwealth except for Canada, Australia, & New Zealand].

Voisine, J. "The Enlightenment in eastern Europe" [in French]. Revue de littérature comparée, 70, 3 (juillet-septembre 1996): 337-40.


* Fitzgerald, Penelope. The Blue Flower. Mariner Books / Houghton Mifflin, 1997. 226 pp. [based on Novalis]. And see review by Richard Holmes, "Paradise in a Dream," New York Review of Books, 44, 12 (July 17, 1997): 4-6.

* Pynchon, Thomas. Mason & Dixon.. New York: Henry Holt, 1997. 773 pp. ISBN 0-8050-3758-6


Black, J. "Rewriting the revolution: French Revolution studies" [review essay]. European History Quarterly, 27, 1 (January 1997): 127-38.

Bossenga, Gail. "Rights and Citizens in the Old Regime." French Historical Studies, 20, 2 (Spring 1997): 217-44.

* Comités d'instruction publique sous la Révolution. Principaux rapports et projets de décrets. Sillery: Presses de l'Université du Québec (coll. "Recherches et théories"), 1992. 3 fascicules. Textes revus et présentés par Josiane Boulad-Ayoub, Michel Grenon et Serge Leroux. Fascicule 1. Condorcet et Romme (469 p.). Fascicule 2. Lepeletier et Bouquier (246 p.). Fascicule 3. Lakanal et Daunou (407 p.).

* Doyle, William. Venality: The Sale of Offices in Eighteenth-Century France. Oxford: Clarendon, 1997. 343 pp. ISBN 0-19-820536-8

* Fiette, Suzanne. la Noblesse française des Lumières à la Belle époque. Psychologie d'une adaptation. Paris: Perrin, 1997. 348 pp.

Fol, M. "Les patriotes féminins: les femmes de cercle Jacobin de Bonneville, 1792-94." Revue historique, 598 (avril-juin 1996): 369-406.

* Gates, David. The Napoleonic Wars, 1803-1815. St. Martin's, October 1997.

Gruder, Vivian R. "Whither Revisionism? Political Perspectives on the Ancien Regime." French Historical Studies, 20, 2 (Spring 1997): 245-86.

Hafter, Daryl M. "Female Masters in the Ribbonmaking Guild of Eighteenth-Century Rouen." French Historical Studies 20, 1 (Winter 1997): 1-14.

Hanley, S. "Social sites of political practice in France: Lawsuits, civil rights, and the separation of powers in domestic and state government, 1500-1800." American Historical Review, 102, 1 (February 1997): 27-52.

Hasquenoph, S. "Le retraite dans les couvents de Paris pendant l'age des lumières." Revue historique, 598 (avril-juin 1996): 353-68.

Herubel, Jean-Pierre V. M. "Recent Articles on French History." French Historical Studies, 20, 1 (Winter 1997): 113-20.

Huet, Marie-Hélène. "Revolutionary Monsters," dans Jennifer Ham et Matthew Senior (édit.), Animal Acts (Londres et New York, Routledge, 1997).

Lastinger, V. "Re-defining motherhood: Breast-feeding and the French Enlightenment." Women's Studies, 25, 6 (1996): 603-18.

Leroy, E. "Charles Alexandre de Calonne, l'Intendant de la Flandre, 1778-83, Dunkerque et la mer." Revue du nord, 78, 316 (juillet-septembre 1996): 469-84.

Marquis, H. "L'exode des emigrés françaises à la Holland en 1795." Revue historique, 598 (avril-juin 1996): 407-28 [Le journal de l'abbé de la Sepouze, vicaire-général de Tours]

* Mason, Laura. Singing the French Revolution: Popular Culture and Politics, 1787-1799. Cornell University Press, 1997. 268 pp. 0-8014-3233-2

* Salvadori, Philippe. La Chasse sous l'Ancien Régime. Paris: Fayard, 1997. ISBN 2-213-59728-6

Saupin, G. "La composition sociologique du corps politique en Nantes pendant l'Ancien Regime, 1565-1789." Revue historique, 598 (avril-juin 1996): 299-32.

Schaeper, Thomas J. "Recent Books and Dissertations on French History." French Historical Studies, 20, 2 (Spring 1997): 295-304.

* Woodward, Servanne (édit.) Altered Writings, followed by Public Space of the Domestic Sphere, First Publication by the Eighteenth-Century French World-Center at the University of Western Ontario. London (Ontario): Mestengo Press, 1997. 276 pp. Ill.

Revue du nord, 78, 317 (octobre-decembre 1996) is a special issue on the beginnings of the new educational system in the French Republic, 1792-1802.


Brewer, Daniel. "Political Culture and Literary History: La Harpe's Lycée." Modern Language Quarterly 58, 2 (June 1997): 163-84.

Delon, Michel. "Les Lumières aujourd'hui: l'universel et le particulier." Studies on Voltaire and the Eighteenth Century, 346-348 (1996): 163-71.

* Feher, Michel, ed. The Libertine Reader: Eroticism and Enlightenment in Eighteenth-Century France. Zone Books/MIT Press, September 1997.

Frautschi, Richard L. "The New Martin, Mylne, Frautschi Bibliographie du genre romanesque, 1700-1800." East-Central Intelligencer, n.s., 11, 1 ( février 1997): 21-23.

* Gaulin, Michel. le Concept d'homme de lettres, en France, à l'époque de l'Encyclopédie. New York et Londres, Garland Publishing (coll. "Harvard Dissertations in Romance Languages"), 1991. vii, 198 pp. Texte de la thèse soutenue par l'auteur à Harvard en 1973. ISBN: 0-8240-0481-7.

Glasgow, Monique Ruth. "Les traits picaresques des personnages dans le roman français au dix-huitième siècle." University of Alberta, mémoire de maîtrise, 1991. 130 pp.

May, Gita. "A Courtly Salon on the Eve of the French Revolution: Élisabeth Vigée Le Brun, salonnière," dans Colette H. Winn et Donna Kuizenga (édit.), Women Writers in Pre-Revolutionary France. Strategies of Emancipation (New York et Londres, Garland, 1997_, p. 155-162. ISBN: 0-8153-2367-0.

Melançon, Benoît. "Des casquettes, de la sociocritique, de la sociologie de la littérature, du Siècle des lumières et de la lettre." Discours social/Social Discourse 8, 3-4 (été-automne 1996): 23-27.

Métayer, Christine. "Écrivains publics et milieux populaires à Paris, sous l'Ancien régime: le cas des écrivains des charniers du cimetière des Saints-Innocents." Québec, Université Laval, thèse de doctorat en histoire, 1991. 293 pp.

* Nerciat, Andréa de. les Aphrodites. Paris: UGE (coll. "10/18. Domaine français"), 1997. 571 pp. Postface d'Hubert Juin.

Price, L. "'Truths without proofd': Fournel, Genlis, and the fiction of calumny." Romance Quarterly, 44, 1 (hiver 1997): 25-37.

[see also title by Bonnel listed under Classics; by Le Coat listed under Egypt]


* L'Inventaire après décès de Beaumarchais. Paris: Honoré Champion, 1997. 263 pp. Établissement du texte, préface, introduction et annotations de Donald C. Spinelli.


Courtney, Cecil P. "Bovarysme et réalisme dans la correspondance de Belle de Zuylen." CRIN, 29 (1995): 15-22 [mentions Boswell].

Sherman, Carol. "Charrière's Family Albums," dans Colette H. Winn et Donna Kuizenga (édit.), Women Writers in Pre-Revolutionary France. Strategies of Emancipation (New York et Londres, Garland, 1997), pp. 155-162. ISBN: 0-8153-2367-0.


Mortimer, Armine Kotin. "Naive and Devious: La Religieuse." Romanic Review, 88 (1997): 241-50.

Siess, Jürgen. "Le tableau parlant selon Diderot. Les débuts d'une nouvelle conception esthétique." Interfaces. Image. Texte. Langage, 10 (février 1996): 77-88.

Wernick, Robert. "The Encyclopédie: banned, burned -- and bought." Smithsonian, 28, 2 (May 1997): 72-80.


* Du Châtelet, Mme. Discours sur le bonheur. Paris: Rivages poche / Petite bibliothèque), 1997. 75 pp. Préface d'Élisabeth Badinter.


Grayson, Vera Lorraine. "The Genesis and Reception of madame de Graffigny's Lettres d'une péruvienne and Cénie." Université de Toronto, thèse de doctorat, 1994. 397 pp. Directeur: Aubrey Rosenberg.

Mall, L. "Le traduction et la version originale de Lettres d'une Peruvienne de Graffigny." Romance Quarterly, 44, 1 (hiver 1997): 13-14.


* Wagner, Jacques (édit.). Lesage écrivain. Amsterdam et Atlanta: Rodopi (coll. "Faux titre", 128), 1997. 378 pp. ISBN: 90-420-0196-8.

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


* Bott, François. la Demoiselle des Lumières. Paris: Gallimard (coll. "L'Un et l'Autre"), 1997. 126 pp. [Sur Julie de Lespinasse.]

* Lespinasse, Julie de. Lettres. Paris: La Table Ronde (coll. "La Petite Vermillon"), 1997. 363 pp. Édition établie et présentée par Jacques Dupont.


Bérubé, Daniel. "Noms et visages de Marivaux : éléments d'une lecture psychanalytique de deux oeuvres de jeunesse." Québec, Université Laval, mémoire de maîtrise, 1993, 92 p. Directeur : Raymond Joly.


Betts, C. "Constructing utilitarianism: Montesquieu on suttee in Lettres Persanes." French Studies, 51, 1 (janvier 1997): 19-29.


Goulemot, Jean M. "Lanterne et lampions, le Drame de la vie de Rétif de la Bretonne," dans Jean-Jacques Tatin-Gourier (édit.), la Lanterne magique, pratiques et mise en écriture (Université de Tours, U.F.R. de lettres, Groupe de recherches Histoire des représentations [coll. "Cahiers d'histoire culturelle", 2], 1997), pp. 51-59.


* Cranston, Maurice. The Solitary Self: Jean-Jacques Rousseau in Exile and Adversity. University of Chicago Press, 1997. 247 pp. ISBN 0-226-11865-7

* Rousseau, Jean-Jacques. Julie, or the New Héloïse. University Press of New England (coll. "Collected Rousseau", 6), septembre 1997.

* Trouille, Mary. Sexual Politics in the Enlightenment: Women Writers Read Rousseau. Albany: State University of New York Press, à paraître à l'automne 1997.


Lane, C. "The crimes of virtue and the love of aversion: Sade, Genet, and the Christian right." American Imago, 53, 4 (Winter 1996): 325-52.

Lefort, C. "La philosophie dans le boudour: The boudoir and the city." South Atlantic Quarterly, 95, 4 (Autumn 1996): 1009-28.


Little, Roger. "Quelques poèmes en prose de Saint-Lambert." Revue d'histoire littéraire de la France, 97, 1 (janvier 1997): 113-118.

* Saint-Lambert, Jean-François de. Contes américains: L'Abenaki, Ziméo, Les Deux Amis. Exeter University Press (coll. "Textes littéraires", 99), 1997. xl, 88 pp., ill. Édition de Roger Little. ISBN: 0 85989 544 0.


Leary, F. "The wickedest woman: An essay on the Marquise de Sevigné." Virginia Quarterly Review, 73, 2 (Spring 1997): 238 ff.


Leith, Hope Mary. "Code, Performance and Ideology: The Dialogue of Reception as Dramatic Praxis in Voltaire's Tragedies." Vancouver, University of British Colombia, thèse de doctorat, 1993. 288 p.

Pelletier, A.M. "Voltaire et la bible." Revue de littérature comparée, 70, 2 (avril-juin 1996): 195-212.

Stewart, Philip. "Ximènes, Voltaire, et la critique de Julie," dans Ulla Kölving et Christiane Mervaud (édit.), Voltaire et ses combats (Oxford: Voltaire Foundation, 1997): 1007-1014.


Kornwolf, J.D. "David Meade II: Pioneer of 'Le jardin anglais' in the United States, 1774-1829." Journal of Garden History, 16, 4 (October-December 1996): 244-53.

Paca, B. "'Miscelanea structura curiosa': The cross-currencies of Vitruvius Hibernicus." Journal of Garden History, 16, 4 (October-December 1996): 244-53.

[See also title by Chvidkovski listed under History of Architecture]


* Fulbrook, Mary, ed. German History Since 1800. St. Martin's, 1997.

Harrington, J.F., & H.W. Smith. "Confessionalism, community and state building in Germany, 1555-1870." Journal of Modern History, 69, 1 (March 1997): 77-101 [review essay].

Luebke, D.M. "Naive monarchism and Marian veneration in early modern Germany." Past & Present, 154 (February 1997): 71-106.

* McIntosh, Terence. Urban Decline in Early Modern Germany: Schwäbisch Hall and Its Region, 1650-1750. University of North Carolina Press, 1997. 368 pp., ill., maps. ISBN 0-8078-5063-2 (paper).


* Erspamer, Peter R. The Elusiveness of Tolerance: The "Jewish Question" from Lessing to the Napoleonic Wars. University of North Carolina Press, 1997. 256 pp. ISBN 0-8078-8117-1

Mourey, M.T. "The correspondence of the poet and diplomat Christian Hoffmann von Hoffmanswaldau" [in German]. Daphnis, 26, 1 (1997): 113-48.

Schindler, Stephan K. "The critic as pornographer: Male fantasies of female reading in 18th-century Germany." Eighteenth-Century Life, 20, 3 (November 1996): 66-80.

Steiger, J.A. "The autobiography of the Theosophist Friedrich Breckling (1629-1711): The discovery of a new source and an editorial sche," [in German]. Daphnis, 26, 1 (1997): 173-78.

* Williams, Gerhild Scholz, & Stephan K. Schindler, eds. Knowledge, Science, and Literature in Early Modern Germany. University of North Carolina Press, 1996. 352 pp., ill. ISBN 0-8078-8300-X

Witte, B. "Emblematic pictures: German-language fables of the 18th-century between orality and literalism" [in German]. Daphnis, 25, 4 (1996): 713-38.


Alvarado, R. "Goethe's biological thought and current interpretations of The Metamorphosis of Plants" [in Spanish]. Folio Humanistica, 34, 353 (1996): 533-56.

Daley, M. "Playing charades with Goethe." Seminar, 33, 2 (May 1997): 95-105.

Niekirk, C.H. "Sexual imagery in Goethe's Faust 2." Seminar, 33, 1 (February 1997): 1-21.

Riedel, M. "Between poetry and philology: Goethe and Wolf" [in German]. Deutsche Vierteljahrsschrift fur Literaturwissenschaft und Geistesgeschichte, 71, 1 (March 1997): 92-109.

Yee, K.F. "The Captain as catalyst in Goethe's Wahlverwandtschaften." Journal of English and German Philology, 96, 1 (January 1997): 58-70.


Gombocz, I. "The reception of Herder in central Europe: Idealization and exaggeration." Seminar. 33. 2 (May 1997): 107-18.


Greiner, B. "Das ganze Schrecken der Tonkunst: Kleist's narrative development of the sublime" [in German]. Zeitschrift fur Deutsche Philologie, 115, 4 (1996): 501-20 [Die heilige Cacilie oder die Gewalt der Musik]

Zeyringer, K. "'What is the source of my humour?' A comic figure par excellence" [in German]. Deutsche Vierteljahrsschrift fur Literaturwissenschaft und Geistegeschichte, 70, 4 (December 1996): 552-68 [the Sosias scenes in Amphitryon].


"Beim Wort genommen: the conversational strategy of Minna von Barnheim amd the Enlightenment concept of reason" [in German]. Zeitschrift fur Deutsche Philologie, 115, 4 (1996): 481-500.


* Moritz, Karl Philipp. Anton Reiser. Tr., intro. by Ritchie Robertson. Penguin Classics, 1997. 400 pp. ISBN 0-140-44609-5 (paper)


[see title by Fitzgerald listed under Fiction]


* Shookman, Ellis. Noble Lies, Slant Truths, Necessary Angels: Aspects of Fictionality in the Novels of Christoph Martin Wieland. University of North Carolina Press, 1997. 272 pp. ISBN 0-8078-8118-X


Alliston, A. "Gender and the rhetoric of evidence in early modern historical narratives." Comparative Literature Studies, 33, 2 (1996): 233-57.

Artifoni, E., & E. Torre. "Introductory remarks concerning historiography and historical vindication" [in Italian]. Quaderni Storici, 31, 3 (December 1996): 511-18.

Egginton, W. "A wrinkle in historical time: Narratological analysis of historiography." Sub-Stance, 81 (1996): 30-55.

Poe, M. "Butterfield's sociology of Whig history: A contribution to the study of anachronism in modern historical thought." Clio, 25, 4 (Summer 1996): 345-64.

Stearns, P.M. "Stages of consumerism: Recent work on the issues of periodization." Journal of Modern History, 69, 1 (March 1997): 102-17 [review essay].

Stewart, D. "Historicism and questions of history, ideology, and periodization." Southern Humanities Review, 30, 4 (Autumn 1996): 309-28.

Such, J. "Hayden White and the problem of historical interpretations." Filozofia, 51, 12 (1996): 814-20.

Thiher, A. "The tautological thinking of historicism." Texas Studies in Language and Literature, 39, 1 (Spring 1997): 1-26.

History and Theory, 35, 4 (December 1996) is a special issue on "Chinese Historiography in Comparative Perspective." Selected essays include J. Rusen, "Some theoretical approaches to intercultural comparative historiography" (5); B. Schwartz, "History in Chinese culture: Some comparative reflections" (23); M. Quirin, "Scholarship, value, method, and hermeneutics in Kaozheng: Some reflections on Cui Shu (1740-1816) and the Confucian classics" (34); A. Dirlik, "Chinese history and the question of orientalism" (96).

[See also title by Stoffel listed under History of Science, and the special issue of Public Historian listed under Native Americans, and the title by Chaplin in the special issue of William and Mary Quarterly listed under Race.]


* Bishir, Catherine W., & Michael T. Southern. A Guide to the Historic Architecture of Eastern North Carolina sh Architecture and Gardens at the Court of Catherine the Great. Yale University Press, 1996. 273 pages, 278 illus.

Crook, J.M. "Walpole's 'little Gothic castle': The ups and downs of Strawberry Hill, and its future." TLS, 4900 (February 28 1997): 15.

Harris, Eileen. "Home House: Adam versus Wyatt." Apollo, 139, 1130 (May 1997): 308-321.

Zapata Fernandez de la Hoz, T. "Iconography of power: A drawing attributed to José de Churriguera for one of the ephemeral architectures built for the celebration of Philip V's royal entry to the court in 1701" (in Spanish). Archivo Español de Arte, 59, 275 (1996): 287-306.


* Clayton, Timothy. The English Print, 1688-1802. Yale University Press, September 1997.

Corp, Edward. "Maurice Quentin de La Tour's portrait of Prince Charles Edward Stuart." Apollo, 139, 1130 (May 1997): 322-325.

* French and British Paintings from 1600 to 1800 in the Art Institute of Chicago. Art Institute of Chicago & Princeton University Press, 1997. 317 pp. ISBN 0-691-01564-3

Hallett, Mark. "The Medley Print in Early Eighteenth-Century London." Art History, 20, 2 (June 1997): 214-37.

Michaelis, P. "Frederick the Great, King of Prussia, in miniature" [in German]. Pantheon, Internationale Jahreszeitschrift fur Kunst, 54 (1996): 190 ff. [miniature by Antoine Pesne]

Oppenheimer, Margaret. "Four 'Davids', a 'Regnault', and a 'Girodet' reattributed: Female artists at the Paris salons." Apollo 145, 424 (New Series) (June 1997): 38-44.

* Pointon, Marcella. Strategies for Showing: Women, Possession, and Representation in English Visual Culture 1665-1800. Oxford: Clarendon, 1997. 349 pp. ISBN 0-19-817411-X [and see review by Isabel Carlisle, "In closet and niche," TLS 4905 (April 4, 197): 12.]

* Watkin, David. Sir John Soane: enlightenment Thought and the Royal Academy Lectures. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1996. 763pp, ill. ISBN 0-521-44-091-1.

Whistler, Catherine. "An exchange of gifts between David Garrick and Richard Kaye." Apollo, 139, 1130 (May 1997): 329-330.


Dorrbecker, D.W. "Veils, infinity, a roof, and 'one thought' in contemporary art: William Blake as inspiration" [exhibition review]. Blake - An Illustrated Quarterly, 30, 3 (Winter 1996): 82-86.

[and see titles listed under England-Literature-Blake]


Weston, H. "Jacques-Louis David's La mort de Joseph Bara: A tale of revolutionary myths and modern fantasies." Paragraph, 19, 3 (November 1996): 234-50.


Sloman, Susan. "Sitting to Gainsborough at Bath in 1760." Apollo 139, 1130 (May 1997): 325-328.


Kramer, M. "Hogarth's anniversary: Exhibitions." Magazine Antiques, 151, 3 (March 1997): 400 ff.


Bull, Malcolm. "Poussin and the Antique." Gazette des Beaux-Arts, 129, 1538 (mars 1997): 115-130.


* Reynolds, Sir Joshua. A Journey to Flanders and Holland. Ed. Harry Mount. Cambridge University Press, 1997. 274 pp. ISBN 0-521-45129-9 [1st publ. in Collected Works in 1797]


The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, 54, 3 (Winter 1996) is a special issue on Domenico Tiepolo, with a note by director P.D. Montebello, and a survey of Tiepolo drawings, prints, and paintings in the Metropolitan Museum, by L. Wolk Simon.


Oliver, Bette W. "Élisabeth Vigée-LeBrun, Jean-Baptiste Pierre LeBrun, and Marguerite Gérard and Their Roles in the French Artistic Legacy, 1775-1825." Austin, The University of Texas at Austin, Thèse de doctorat, 1997. 412 pp.


Plax, J.A. "The meaning of war in Watteau's 'Recrue allant joindre le regiment.'" Source - Notes in the History of Art, 16, 3 (Spring 1997): 17-23.

[see title by May listed under France - Literature]


* Kintzler, Catherine (édit.). la Pensée de la danse à l'âge classique. Écriture, lexique et poétique. Université de Lille-III, Cahiers de la Maison de la recherche (coll. "Ateliers", 11), 1997.


Cairns, John W. "Importing Our Lawyers from Holland: Netherlands Influences on Scots Law and Lawyers in the Eighteenth Century," Scotland and the Low Countries 1124-1994, ed. Grant G. Simpson (University of Aberdeen Mackie Monographs, no. 3; East Linton, 1996), 136-53.

Leneman, Leah. "English Marriages and Scottish Divorces in the Early Nineteenth Century." Legal History, 17 (1996): 225-43.

Leneman, Leah. "'Disregarding the Matrimonial Vows': Divorce in Eighteenth- and Early Nineteenth-Century Scotland," Journal of Social History, 30 (1996): 465-82.

[see also titles by Sommer listed under China-History; by Andrew and by Slack listed under England-History, by Hanley listed under France-History]


* Brockliss, L., & C. Jones. The Medical World of Early Modern France. Oxford University Press, 1997.

Cunningham, A. "Pathology and the case-history in Giambattista Morgagni's On the seats and causes of diseases investigated through anatomy (1761)." Med Ges Gesch, 14 (1996): 37-61.

* Gardeta Sabater, P. Sebastian Jose Lopez Ruiz (1741-1832): sus Escritos Medicos y el Ejercicio de la Medicina en el Virreinato de Nueva Granada Durante la Segunda Mitad del Siglo XVIII. Malaga: Universidad de Malaga, 1996.

Griffenhagen, G., & S. Becker. "Edward Stabler in Alexandria, 1792-1796." Pharmacy History, 39, 1 (1997): 18-23.

Lambert, J. "La transformation chimio-physiologique de l'hygiene a la fin du XVIIIème siècle. [The chemical-physiological transformation of hygiene at the end of the 18th century]" Clio Medica, 33 (1995): 201-211.

Metraux A. "Combien de corps y a-t-il dans le corps? Quelques remarques à propos de la neurophysiologie du siècle des lumières [How many bodies are there in the body? Some remarks on neurophysiology during the Enlightenment]." Clio Medica, 33 (1995):117-29.

Peumery, J.J. "Georges Mareschal (1658-1736) foundateur de l'Académie de chirurgie." Hist Sci Med, 30, 3 (1996): 323-31."

Sonnedecker, G., & G. Griffenhagen. "The library of a Virginia apothecary, 1792-1852." Pharmacy History, 39, 1 (1997): 3-17.

Whittaker D.K., & T. Molleson. "Caries prevalence in the dentition of a late eighteenth century population." Archives of Oral Biology, 41, 1 (January 1996): 55-61.


Byrt, J. "Writing the unwriteable: The use of notes inegales in England." Musical Times. 138, 1847 (January 1997): 12-17 [examples from Rameau, Bach, Handel, & Purcell].

Corneilson, P. "Reconstructing the Mannheim court theatre." Early Music, 25, 1 (February 1997): 63-82.

Hautus, L. "A theory of classical counterpoint" [in German]. Musiktheorie, 11, 3 (19965): 187-96.

Jackson, T.L. "The tragic reversed recapitulation in the German classical tradition." Journal of Music Theory, 49, 1 (Spring 1996): 61-112.

Kearns, A. "The orchestral serenade in 18th-century Salzburg." Journal of Musicological Research, 16, 3 (1977): 163 -98.

Leopold, S. "The orchestra in early opera." Musical Quarterly, 80, 2 (Summer 1996): 265-68.

Segerman, E. "A re-examination of the evidence on absolute tempo before 1700. 2." Early Music, 24, 4 (November 1996): 681-90.

Wojcicka-Hruza, L. "A manuscript source for Magnificats by Victoria." Early Music, 25, 1 (February 1997): 83-99.


Abravaya, I. "A French overture revisited: Two versions of J.S. Bach's Overture BWV.831." Early Music, 25, 1 (February 1997): 47-62.

Dirst, M. "Bach's French overtures and the politics of overdotting." Early Music, 25, 1 (February 1997): 35-46.

Hill, D. "Think of damnation: J.S. Bach's Cantata 161 and Luther's 'Sermon on Preparing to Die.'" Journal of Musicological Research, 16, 1 (1996): 17-40.

Parrott, A. "Bach's chorus: A brief yet highly necessary reappraisal." Early Music, 24, 4 (November 1996): 551-82.

Rifkin, J. "From Weimar to Leipzig: Concertists and ripienists in Bach's 'Ich hatte viel Bekummernis.'" Early Music, 24, 4 (November 1996): 583-603.


Holloway, J. "Corelli's Op. 5: Text, act... and reaction." Early Music, 24, 4 (November 1996): 635-44.

Johnstone, H.D. "Yet more ornaments for Corelli's violin sonatas Op. 5." Early Music, 24, 4 (November 1996): 623-34.

Mortenson, L.U. "'Unerringly tasteful'?: Harpsichord continuo in Corelli's Op. 5. sonatas." Early Music, 24, 4 (November 1996): 665-80.

Watkin, D. "Corelli's Op. 5 Sonatas: Problems performers have attempting to follow the specific instrumentatiopn, violino e violone o cembalo. Early Music, 24, 4 (November 1996): 645-64.


Channon, M. "Handel's early performances of Judas Maccabæus: Some new evidence and interpretations." Music & Letters, 77, 4 (November 1996): 499-526.


Mace, Nancy A. "Hayden and the London music sellers: Forster v Longman & Broderip." Music & Letters, 77, 4 (November 1996): 527-41.

Scull, T. "More light on Haydn's The English Widow." Music & Letters, 78, 1 (February 1997): 45-55.

Winkler, G.J. "Joseph Haydn's 'experimental studio' in Esterhaza." Musical Quarterly, 80, 2 (Summer 1996): 341-47.


Dilworth, J. "A bold statement: Nicolo Amati's 1666 grand pattern violin." Strad, 107, 1280 (December 1996): 1278 -85.

Chiesa, C., & P.J. Kass. "Survival of the fittest: New research on the life of Nicolo Amati." Strad, 107, 1280 (December 1996): 1296-1305.

"Nicolo Amati's instruments in pictures." Strad, 107, 1280 (December 1996): 1286-95.

"Strad's French successor: Nicolas Lupot's 1798 violin." Strad, 108, 1283 (March 1997): 262.


Weston, P. "The original score of Mozart's 'Klarinettenkonzert KV622 191' for bass clarinet" [in German[. Osterreicische Musik Zeitschrift, 52, 3 (1997): 13-19.


Desbrisay, Gordon. "Catholics, Quakers, and Religious Persecution in Restoration Aberdeen." The Innes Review, 47 (1996): 42-73.

Ortiz Oses, A. "Religion between enlightenment and romanticism" [in Spanish]. Pensiamento, 53, 205 (January-April 1997): 127-34.

Dix-Septième Siècle, 194 (janvier-mars) has a special section on the Bible in the 17th century (Protestant, Catholic, and Libertine).


* Burdon, Christopher. The Apocalypse Unraveling: Revelation Unraveling, 1700-1834. Macmillan, 1997.

Bynum, W.B. "'The genuine Presbyterian whine': Presbyterian worship in the 18th century." American Presbyterians, 74, 3 (Autumn 1996): 157-70.

Cottret, B. "Les pères et la religion du Père: les oeuvres d'un memorialiste protestante, Jacques Fontaine (1658-1728)." Études theologiques et religieuses, 71, 4 (1996): 511-22.

Hunwick, Andrew. "Les Notes d'Hobbes sur le Nouveau Testament." la Lettre clandestine, 5 (1996): 279-90. (Presses de l'Université de Paris-Sorbonne.)

Longmore, P.K. "'All matters and things relating to religion and morality': The Virginia Burgesses' Committe for Religion, 1769 to 1775." Journal of Church and State, 38, 4 (Autumn 1996): 775-98.

Mautner, T. "A note on Daniel Waterland" Notes and Queries, 43, 3 (September 1996): 303.

Whelan, T. "'The flesh and the spirit': Anne Bradstreet and 17th-century dualism, materialism, vitalism, and reformed theology." Ultimate Reality and Meaning, 19, 4 (December 1996): 257-84.


Sarrion Mora, A. "Wicked priests and solicited women in trials of the Spanish Inquisition" [in Spanish]. Arbor - Ciencia, Pensamiento y Cultura, 155, 611 (November 1996): 25-50.

Vozar, J. "The work of Slovak Jesuit missionaries abroad during the 17th and 18th centuries" [in Slovak; French & English abstracts]. Historicky Casopis, 44, 4 (1996): 649-66.

Zupanov, I.G. "The retreat of the religious sphere: Jesuit missionaries in the 18th century between Christian theology and pagan ethic" [in French]. Annales - histoire, sciences sociales, 51, 6 (novembre-decembre 1996): 1201-24.


Kobishchanov, Y.M. "The native land and compatriots of Paisij Velichkovskij in the 18th century" [in Russian]. Voprosy Istorii, 1 (1997): 139-48.


Trapnell, W. "Can a coherent doctrine be extracted from Thomas Woolston's writings? Thoughts on spiritual transfiguration, Deism, and Christian mysticism from the age of enlightenment" [in French]. Revue de l'histoire des religions, 213, 3 (1996): 321-44.


[See title by Gran listed under Economics; by Hall listed under India]


Appleby, J.H. "The Royal Society and the Tartar lamb." Notes and Records of the Royal Society of London, 51, 1 (January 1997): 35-44 [Agnus scythicus and Pinna byssus].

Bedini, Silvio A. "The Transit in the Tower: English Astronomical Instruments in Colonial America." Annals of Science, 54, 2 (March 1997): 161-96.

Cook, A. "Ladies in the scientific revolution." Notes and Records of the Royal Society of London, 51, 1 (January 1997): 1-12 [Lady Katherine Ranelagh, Queen Christina of Sweden, Elizabeth Hevelius, Catherine Barton, Lady Masham, Queen Caroline, Emilie du Chatelet, Nicole-Reine Etable de la Biere Lepaute].

Dickson, D.R. "Thomas Henshaw and Sir Robert Paston's pursuit of the red elixir." Notes and Records of the Royal Society of London, 51, 1 (January 1997): 57-76 [Alchemy].

Fraile, P. "'Police Science' and the Local Authorities in 18th-Century Spain" [in Spanish]. Arbor - Ciencia, Pensamiento y Cultura, 155-609-10 (1996): 27-58.

Hill, K. "Neither ancient nor modern: Wallis and Barrow on the composition of continua, pt. 2." Notes and Records of the Royal Society of London, 51, 1 (January 1997): 13-22.

Hull, D. "Robert Hooke's Micrographia: a fractographic study of Kettering Stone." Notes and Records of the Royal Society of London, 51, 1 (January 1997): 45-56.

Lopez, S.G. "The Royal Society and post-Galilean science in Italy." Notes and Records of the Royal Society of London, 51, 1 (January 1997): 35-44.

Melhado, Evan. "Scientific Biography and Scientific Revolution: Lavoisier and 18th Century Chemistry." Isis, 87, 4 (December; 1996): 688-94.

Stoffel, J.F. "La necessité d'un histoire de science pour une philosophie de science." Revue philosophique de Louvain, 94, 3 (août 1996): 415-27.

* Vannozzi, F. La Scienza Illuminata: Paolo Mascagni nel suo tempo, 1755-1815. Siena: Nuova Immagine Editrice, 1996.


Chakrabarti, "Intransigent shroffs and the Englis East India Company's currency reforms in Bengal, 1757-1800." Indian Economic and Social History Review, 34, 1 (January-March 1997): 69-94.

Foltz, R. "Two 17th-century central Asian travellers to Mughal India." Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society, 6, 3 (November 1966): 367-78.

Hall, Richard. Empires of the Monsoon: A History of the Indian Ocean and Its Invaders. Harper-Collins, 1997. 575 pp. ISBN 0-00215971-6. [and see review by Richard Robinson, "Sailing to the South," TLS, 4913 (May 30, 1997): 10.[Muslim domination of trade routes; Islamization of Indian Ocean peoples]

Lenman, Bruce. "The Scottish Enlightenment, Stagnation and Empire in India, 1792-1813," in The Indo-British Review, 21 (1996): 53-61.

Sen, N. "Warren Hastings and British sovereign authority in Bengal, 1774-80." Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, 25, 1 (January 1997): 59-81.

Vanina, E.Y. "The collapse of the independent Hindu state of Mysore" [in Russian]. Voprosy Istorii, 1 (1997): 154-59.

[see also title by Betts listed under France-Literature-Montesquieu]


* Cohen, Marilyn, ed. The Warp of Ulster's Past: Perspectives on the Irish Linen Industry, 1700-1920. Macmillan, 1997.


* Deane, Seamus. Strange Country: Modernity and Nationhood in Irish Writing since 1790. Oxford: Clarendon, 1997. 269 pp. ISBN 0-1981-8337-2

Hooper, G. "Writing and landscape in early modern Ireland." Literature and History, Third Series, 5, 2 (Autumn 1996): 1-18.


Stannard, M. "The 'South-East Point of New Holland' as no-place: A possible solution to a textual problem in Gulliver's Travels." Notes and Queries, 43, 3 (September 1996): 297-99.


Angelini, M. "Epigraphic inventions of family origins" [in Italian]. Quaderni Storici, 31, 3 (December 1996): 653-82 [in the Ligurian Levant].

Annibaletti, G. "The quarrel between the Habsburg empire and the Pope regarding the nomination of the Bishop of Mantova in the years 1762-1764" [in Italian]. Risorgimento, 48, 1 (1996): 5-38.

Longo, P.G. "Between archives and history: Carlo Francesco Frasconi (1754-1836), a provincial scholar from Nara" [in Italian]. Quaderni Storici, 31, 3 (December 1996): 683-708.

Nasto, L. "18th and 19th-century assistance and charity in Rome" [in Italian]. Rassegna Storica del Risorgimento,83, 4, (1996): 441-62.

Roda, S. "Giuseppe Francesco Meranesio (1729-93), Piedmontese parish priest and forger of ancient epigraphs and documents" [in Italian]. Quaderni Storici, 31, 3 (December 1996): 631-52.


Pekar, T. "Englebert Kaempfer, early modern traveller" [in German]. Daphnis, 26, 1 (1997): 149-72.

Pons, P. "Social order of lower classes in modern Japan (17th-20th centuries): Mobs and control of vagrants" [in French]. Annales, histoire, sciences sociales, 51, 5 (septemvre-octobre 1996): 1155 ff.


Haran, A.Y. "Le concept ou l'idée de translatio electionis des juives en France au XVIIe siècle." Dix-Septième Siècle, 194 (janvier-mars): 105-28 [les juives commes les élus].

Seroussi, E. "Musical modes and rhythms of Ottoman and Hebrew art-music traditions in the Coplas de Yosef Hasadic of Abraham de Toledo (1732)" [in Spanish]. Sefarad, 56, 2 (1996): 377-400.

[See title by Erspamer listed under Germany - Literature]


Di Cesare, D. "Inner language form: Wilhelm von Humboldt's delimiting concept and Heymann Steinthal's conceptual delimitation" [in German]. Historiographica Linguistica, 23, 3 (1996): 321-46.

Hudson, N. "18th-century language theory." Eighteenth-Century Life, 20, 3 (November 1996): 81-91 [review essay].

Kimminich, E. "Natural phonetic and tone languages: A special case in the 17th-century planning of universal languages" [in German]. Zeitschrift fur Semiotik, 18, 2-3 (1996): 315-38.

Kleinschmidt,E. "The philosophy of language and the 18th-century transformation of knowledge" [in German]. Deutsche Vierteljahrsschrift fur Literaturwissenschaft und Geistesgeschichte, 71, 1 (March 1997): 70-91.

O'Neal, John C. "The Uses of Analogy in Condillac's Sensationist Theory of Language," dans Transactions of the Ninth International Congress on the Enlightenment (Oxford, Voltaire Foundation, 1996), pp. 387-91.


Basov, A.V., & M.V. Moskovenko. "'To augment the power of the land with that of the seas': The creation of the Russian navy under Peter the Great" [in Russian]. Otechestvennaya Istoriya, 5 (1996): 77-94.

Crimmin, P.K. "Letters and documents relating to the service of Nelson's ships, 1780-1805: a critical report." Historical Research, 70, 171 (February 1997): 52-69 [administration of the British Mediterranean Fleet].

Franks, J. "Eighteenth-century Chinese vessels at Canton: The paintings at Skarva, Sweden." Mariner's Mirror, 83, 1 (February 1997): 21-40.

Gough, B. "The Marine Museum of the Great Lakes at Kingston: Archival and Library Collections." American Neptune, 56, 3 (Summer 1996): 269-78.

Mowat, S. "Shipping and trade in Scotland, 1556-1830: The records of the Scottish Admiralty Court." Mariner's Mirror, 83, 1 (February 1997): 14-20.

Verge-Franceschi, M. "Duguay-Trouin (1673-1736), le corsaire, le général, le mythe." Revue historique, 598 (avril-juin 1996): 333-52.


* Beard, Geoffrey. Upholsterers and Interior Furnishing in England, 1530-1840. Yale University Press, September 1997.

* LeDuc, Genviève. Porcelaine tendre de Chantilly au XVIIIe siècle. Paris: Hazan, 1996. 456 p. with colour and b/w illus.

Burlington Magazine, 139, 1126 (January 1997) is a special issue on Silver and Metalwork, including articles on the silver gallery at the Victoria & Albert, early English and French silver, and selected papers including M. Snodin, "Adam silver reassessed" (17); G.D. Bellaigue, "Samuel Parker and the Vuliamys, purveyors of gilt bronze" (26); A. Delaforce, "Paul Crespin's silver-gilt bath for the King of Portugal" (38); and "'A chandelier for the king': William Kent, George II, and Hanover" (40).


* Stern, Steve J. The Secret History of Gender: Women, Men, and Power in Late Colonial Mexico. University of North Carolina Press, 1995. 496 pp., maps. ISBN 0-8078-2217-5 (cloth); 4642-2 (paper, 1997).


* De Ridder-Symoens, Hilde, ed. A History of the University in Europe. Cambridge University Press, 1997. Vol. 2: Universities in Early Modern Europe (1500-1800).

Johnson, Anne-Marie. "Une première mise en scène pamphlétaire de la lanterne magique: la Lanterne magique ou le Mississipi du diable de Carolet (1723)," dans Jean-Jacques Tatin-Gourier (édit.), la Lanterne magique, pratiques et mise en écriture (Université de Tours, U.F.R. de lettres, Groupe de recherches Histoire des représentations [coll. "Cahiers d'histoire culturelle", 2], 1997), pp. 47-50. ISBN: 2-86906-102-1.

Sherman, S. "Promises, promises: Credit as contested metaphor in early capitalist discourse." Modern Philology, 94, 3 (February 1997): 327-49.

Simon, Marianne. "Entre verre et papier, la lanterne magique au Japon," dans Jean-Jacques Tatin-Gourier (édit.), la Lanterne magique, pratiques et mise en écriture (Université de Tours, U.F.R. de lettres, Groupe de recherches Histoire des représentations [coll. "Cahiers d'histoire culturelle", 2], 1997), pp.131-139.

Tatin-Gourier, Jean-Jacques. "La lanterne magique: pluralité des imaginaires et des formes d'écriture," dans Jean-Jacques Tatin-Gourier (édit.), la Lanterne magique, pratiques et mise en écriture (Université de Tours, U.F.R. de lettres, Groupe de recherches Histoire des représentations [coll. "Cahiers d'histoire culturelle", 2], 1997), pp. 5-16.

* Towner, J. Historical Geography of Recreation and Tourism in the Western Worlds, 1540-1940. Chichester: John Wiley & Sons, 1996. 312 pp., ill. ISBN 0-471-94990-6 [includes chapters on the activities of the affluent and on popular recreations in town & country, on spas, on the development of seaside resorts, & on the grand tour]

Vasquez, Lydia. "La lanterne magique au pays basque (XVIIIe et XIXe siècle)," dans Jean-Jacques Tatin-Gourier (édit.), la Lanterne magique, pratiques et mise en écriture (Université de Tours, U.F.R. de lettres, Groupe de recherches Histoire des représentations [coll. "Cahiers d'histoire culturelle", 2], 1997), pp. 121-30.

Velay-Vallantin, Catherine. "Les contes mis en scène pour la lanterne magique," dans Jean-Jacques Tatin-Gourier (édit.), la Lanterne magique, pratiques et mise en écriture (Université de Tours, U.F.R. de lettres, Groupe de recherches Histoire des représentations [coll. "Cahiers d'histoire culturelle", 2], 1997), pp. 17-31. Ill. [Porte notamment sur Mme de Villeneuve.]

* Kowaleski-Wallace, Elizabeth. Consuming Subjects: Women, Shopping, and Business in the 18th Century. Columbia University Press, July 1997.


Brown,Stewart J. "An Eighteenth-Century Historian on the Amerindians: Culture, Colonialism and Christianity in William Robertson's History of America." Studies in World Christianity, 2 (1996): 204-22.

Johnson, J.K. "Stone tools, politics, and the 18th-century Chickasaw in northeast Mississippi." American Antiquity, 62, 2 (April 1997): 215-30.

* Murray, Laura J., ed. To Do Good to My Indian Brethren: The Writings of Joseph Johnson, 1751-1776. University of Massachusetts Press, February 1998. [Johnson was a Mohegan Indian preacher in New York]

* Sayre, Gordon. Les Sauvages Américains: Representations of Native Americans in French and English Colonial Literature. University of North Carolina Press, 1997. 336 pp., ill. ISBN 0-8078-2346-5 (cloth), 4642-X (paper).

Shoemaker, Nancy. "How Indians Got to Be Red." American Historical Review, 102, 3 (June 1997): 625-44.

Public Historian, 18, 4 (Autumn 1996) is a special issue on "Representing Native American History." Articles discuss the representation of history and Native American culture in U.S. parks, museum exhibitions, land-management issues, etc.

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


Hartlieb, B. "Peace as the summum bonum: Jan de Marre's Jacoba van Beieren (1736)" [in Dutch]. [in Dutch]. Tijdschrift voor Nederlandse Taal-en Letterkunde, 112, 4 (1996): 336-51.

Meer, T.T. "The first fruits of Huygen's pen: Schoolwork or more than that?" [in Dutch]. Tijdschrift voor Nederlandse Taal-en Letterkunde, 112, 4 (1996): 320-35.


Brühlmeier, Daniel. "Die Geburt der Sozialwissenschaften aus dem Geiste der Moralphilosophie," in Schottische Aufklärung: A Hotbed of Genius (Berlin, 1996), pp. 23-38.

"'Discordant consensus': Old and new rhetoric at Trinity College Dublin." Rhetorica, 14, 4 (Autumn 1996): 383-412.

Haakonssen, Knud. "Scottish Common Sense Realism," in A Companion to American Thought, ed. Richard Fox and James Kloppenberg (Oxford, 1995), 315-17.

Haakonssen, Knud. "Home, Henry (Lord Kames)," "Reid, Thomas," "Smith, Adam," and "Stewart, Dugald," in Dictionary of Philosophy, ed. T. Mautner (Oxford, 1995).

Haakonssen, Knud. "Britische Philosophie," in Lexikon zum Zeitalter der Aufklärung in Deutschland, ed. W. Schneiders (1995), 309-11.

Laursen, John Christian. "Swiss Anti-Skeptics in Berlin," in Schweizer im Berlin des 18. Jahrhunderts, ed. Martin Fontius and Helmut Holzhey (Berlin, 1996), 261-81 [some attention to Hume].

Marcialis, M.T. "The Cartesian 'cogito' and conscience: Reading the works of Descartes in 18th-century Naples" [in Italian]. Rivista di Storia della Filosofia, 51, 3 (1996): 581-612.

Mizuta, Hiroshi, ed. "James Dunbar Institutes of Moral Philosophy (1789-1794)," Center for Historical Social Science Literature, Study Series no. 35 (March 1996) [consists of the full text (46pp.) of Dunbar's Institutes from the manuscript in Aberdeen University Library, with an Introduction by Professor Mizuta in Japanese].

Robertson, John. "The Scottish Enlightenment." Rivista Storica Italiana, 108 (1996): 792-829.

Sebastiani, Silvia. "Il problema della diversita umana e la dinamica del progresso negli Sketches of the History of Man di Lord Kames," Ph.D. thesis, University of Florence, 1996.


* Pugh, David. Dialectic of Love: Platonism in Schiller's Aesthetics. Montréal & Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press, 1996.


Marilli, M. "Cartesianism and tolerance: Pierre Bayle's Commentaire philosophique" [in Italian]. Rivista di Storia della Filosofia, 51, 3 (1996): 555-80.


Berry, Christopher. "Adam Ferguson," in Encyclopedia of Empiricism, ed. D. Garrett (Westport, Ct., 1996).


Beck, G. "From Kant to Hegel -- Johann Gottlieb Fichte's theory of self-consciousness." History of European Ideas, 22, 4 (July 1996): 275-94.

Fabbianelli, F. "Fichte's first reading of Kant's Kritk der Urteilskraft as seen in some 20th-century studies" [in Italian]. Giornale critico della filosofia italiana, 16, 2 (May-August 1996): 266-80.

Huhn, L. "The floating of the imagination: Surpassing Fichte's idealistic philosophy" [in German]. Deutsche Vierteljahrsschrift fur Literaturwissenschaft und Geistegeschichte, 70, 4 (December 1996): 569-99.


Korosec, G. "Hobbes and the civil religion of Leviathan." Filozofski Vestnik - Acta Philosophica, 17, 3 (1996):177-94.

Tuck, R. "The civil religion of Thomas Hobbes." Filozofski Vestnik - Acta Philosophica, 17, 3 (1996): 195-214.


Backaus, W. "Hume's touchstone and the politics of meaningful discourse." Dialogue - Canadian Philosophical Review, 35, 4 (Autumn 1996): 651-76.

Norton, David Fate, & Mary J. Norton. The David Hume Library. Edinburgh: Edinburgh Bibliographical Society, in association with the National Library of Scotland, 1996. 156 pp.

Persson, Ingmar. "Hume -- Not a 'Humean' about Motivation." History of Philosophy Quarterly, 14, 2 (April 1997): 189-206.

[see also title by Tanaka listed under Economics]


Fedato, P. "The genesis of an anthropological method in the practical writings of Kant" [in Italian]. Verifiche, 25, 4 (1996): 363-406.

Freudiger, J. "Kant's keystone: Teleology as the foundation of reason" [in German] Kant-Studien, 87, 4 (1996): 424-35.

Gloy, K. "Reason and the other form of reason: Outline of a model theory" [in German]. Zeitschrift fur Philosophische Forschung, 50, 4 (1996): 527-62 [Kant, Hegel]

"Kant: An artist's interpretation" [in German]. Kant-Studien, 87, 4 (1996): 512.

La Rocca, C. "Kant and the philosophical method" [in German]. Kant-Studien, 87, 4 (1996): 436-47 [re: Massimo Barales on Kant].

Lieberman, Marcel. "The Limits of Comparison: Kant and Sartre on the Fundamental Project." History of Philosophy Quarterly. 14, 2 (April 1997): 207-18.

Mai, N. "Kant's inquiry into the nature of 'Vernunft'" [in Italian]. Verifiche, 25, 2-3 (1996): 207-32.

Moretto, A. "Infinity and transcendental philosophy: Kant's reflections on infinite greatness" [in Italian]. Verifiche, 25, 2-3 (1996): 139-206.

Osterreich, P.L. "The meaning of rhetoric during the development of German idealism during the transition from Kant to Fichte" [in German]. Rhetorica, 14, 4 (Autumn 1996): 441-60.

Robinson, H. "Kantian appearances and intentional objects." Kant-Studien, 87, 4 (1996): 448-54.

Romerales Espinosa, E. "The transcendental concept of God in Kant" [in Spanish]. Pensiamento, 52, 204 (1996): 31 (January 1997): 41-51.


Duchesneau, F. "Le principe de la finalité dans le science de Leibniz." Revue philosophique de Louvain, 94, 3 (août 1996): 387-414.

Grover, S. "West or best? Sufficient reason in the Leibniz-Clarke correspondence." Studia Leibnitiana, 28, 1 (1996): 84-92.

Hoffman, P. "The being of Leibnizian phenomena." Studia Leibnitiana, 28, 1 (1996): 108-18.

Lauth, R. "Leibnitz according to Fichte" [in German]. Kant-Studien, 87, 4 (1996): 390-95.

Leinkauf, T. "Diversitas identitate compensata: Leibniz's basic concept of harmony and its premises in early modern philosophy" [in German]. Studia Leibnitiana, 28, 1 (1996): 58-83.

Luna Alcoba, M. "La conséquence de l'hypothèse générale de Leibniz." Studia Leibnitiana, 28, 1 (1996): 1-17 [original text in French, introd. & annotations in German].

Milcinski, M. "Leibniz and Chinese philosophy." Filozofski Vestnik - Acta Philosophica, 17, 3 (1996): 51-60.

Pfitzner, E. "Georg Samuel Dorffel (1643-88), German scientist and one of Leibniz's correspondents" [in German]. Studia Leibnitiana, 28, 1 (1996): 119-22.


Hughes, C. "Same-kind coincidence and the ship of Theseus: A challege to Locke's principle." Mind, 106, 421 (January 1997): 53-68.


Adam, M. "'On earth as it is in heaven': Man and God according to Malebranch" [in French]. Études philosophiques 4 (octobre-decembre 1996): 473-88.

Bardout, J.C. "Malebranche, ou la perte de l'individualisation." Études philosophiques 4 (octobre-decembre 1996): 589-506.

Bitbol-Hesperies, A. "La connaissance de Dieuconnaissance de l'homme dans les oeuvres des philosophes de Descartes à Malebranche." Études philosophiques 4 (octobre-decembre 1996): 507-34.

Bozovic, M. ""Occasionalist philosophy and the Cartesian philosophy." Filozofski Vestnik - Acta Philosophica, 17, 3 (1996): 25-38.

Lardic, J.M. "Malebranche et l'argument ontologique." Revue philosophique de la France et de l'étranger, 121, 4 (octobre-decembre 1996): 503-20.

Pinchard, B. "La souveraineté de Malebranche: la consistance de sa philosophie de l'ordre." Études philosophiques 4 (octobre-decembre 1996): 535-48.

Rodis-Lewis. G. "L'âme et l'amour dans les oeuvres de Descartes et ses secesseurs: La naissance de l'occasion." Études philosophiques 4 (octobre-decembre 1996): 437-52.

Scott, D. "Malebranche on the soul's power." Studia Leibnitiana, 28, 1 (1996): 27-57.

Scribano, E. "Malebranche: The vision of God and vision in God" [in Italian]. Rivista di Storia della Filosofia, 51, 3 (1996): 519-54.

Viellard Baron, J.L. "De Descartes à Malebranche: la question de l'homme." Études philosophiques 4 (octobre-decembre 1996): 433-6.


Beltran, M. "Huarte de San Juan and Spinoza: On common people and naturalistic philosophy" [in Spanish]. Pensiamento, 53, 205 (January-April 1997): 33-52.

Boss, G. "L'infinité des attributes dans l'oeuvre de Spinoza." Revue philosophique de la France et de l'étranger, 121, 4 (octobre-decembre 1996): 487-502.

Mason, R. "How things happen: Divine natural law in Spinoza." Studia Leibnitiana, 28, 1 (1996): 17-36.

Rice, L.C. "Spinoza's relativistic aesthetics." Tijdschrift voor Filosofie, 58, 3 (September 1996): 476-89.


Gross, D.M. "Metaphor and definition in Vico's New Science." Rhetorica, 14, 4 (Autumn 1996): 359-82.


Tereskinas, A. "Reconsidering the 3rd of May Constitution and the rhetoric of Polish-Lithuanian reforms, 1788-1792." Journal of Baltic Studies, 27, 4 (Winter 1996): 291-308.


Dunn, S. "Revolutionary men of letters and the pursuit of radical change: The views of Burke, Toqueville, Adams, Madison, and Jefferson." William and Mary Quarterly, 53, 4 (October 1996): 729-54.

Lenman, Bruce. "Political Identity and the Languages of Liberty in the Eighteenth Century." Journal of British Studies, 35 (1996): 408-13 [review article largely about Gilbert Burnet].

* Rees, Christine. Utopian Imagination and Eighteenth-Century Fiction. London: Longman, 1996. vi, 296 pp. ISBN: 0-582-214130.

Schochet, Gordon. "Vices, Benefits, and Civil Society: Mandeville and Habermas on the Distinction between Public and Private," in The Intersections of the Public and Private Spheres in Early Modern England, ed. Paula R. Backscheider and Timothy Dykstal (London and Portland, 1996).

Whelan, Frederick G. "Time, Revolution, and Prescriptive Right in Hume's Theory of Government." Utilitas, 7 (1995).


La Chance, Michaël. "'Jouir du néant': le corps, les figures du pouvoir, le langage, dans les écrits scientifiques et politiques de Jean-Paul Marat, de 1779 à 1793." Paris, Université Paris VIII, thèse de doctorat, 1993. Directeur: René Scherer.


Fermon, N. "The female fulcrum: Rousseau and the birth of nationalism." Philosophical Forum, 28, 1-2 (Fall-Winter 1996): 21-41.


William and Mary Quarterly, 54, 1 (January 1997) is a special issue on "Constructing Race: Differentiating Peoples in the Early Modern World." Essays included: M. McGiffert, "Constructing race: Differentiating peoples in the early modern world" (3); D.B. Davis, "Constructing race: European history and the definition of race" (7); A.T. & V.M. Vaughan, "Before Othello: Elizabethan representations of sub-Saharan Africans" (19); E.C. Bartels, "Othello and Africa: Postcolonialism considered" (45); R. Blackburn, "The Old World background to colonial slavery" (65); B. Braude, "The sons of Noah and the construction of ethnic and geographical identities in the medieval and early modern periods" (103); J.H. Sweet, "The Iberian roots of American racist thought" (143); J.L. Morgan, "'Some could suckle over their shoulder': Male travelers, female bodies, and the gendering of racial ideology, 1500-1700" (167); K.O. Kupperman, "Presentment of civility: English reading of American self-presentation in the early years of colonization" (193); J.E. Chaplin, "Natural philosophy and an early racial idiom in North America: Comparing English and Indian bodies" (p. 229).

[see also title by Brown listed under US-Colonial & Federal History]


Averly, Gwen. "Biographical Database 1680-1830 and the NSTC." East-Central Intelligencer, n.s. 11, 2 (June 1997): 13-16 [English database on CD-ROM including city directories, books subscription lists, birth & death notices from the Gentleman's Magazine, Royal Society of London and Newcastle Literary & Philosophical society rolls, etc., and the 19th-Century Short Title Catalogue]

Milhous, Judith, & Robert D. Hume. "Eighteenth-Century Equity Lawsuits in the Court of Exchequer as a Source for Historical Research." Historical Research, 70, 172 (June 1997): 231-46 [a beginners guide to records; any suit that could be brought in Chancery between the mid 17th c & 1841 could be brought in Exchequer]


Churkina, I.V. "Jesuits in Russia, 1772-1820" [in Russian]. Voprosy Istorii, 10 (1996): 144-50.

Otten, F. "The Russian toponym strat (trad, trat) in the letters of Peter the Great" [in German]. Jahrbucher fur Geschichte Osteuropas, 44, 4 (1996): 566-72.

[see also title by Basov listed under Maritime History]


Rothe, H. "Derzhavin's path between Enlightenment and poetry" [in German]. Zeitschrift fur Slawistik, 42, 1 (1997): 68-93.

Stennick, Y.V. "The role of Catherine II in the development of 18th-century Russian literature" [in Russian]. Russkaia Literatura, 4 (1996): 3-20.


Durie, Alastair J. "Contrasting Careers: The First Managers of the British Linen Company 1745-1800," in Enterprise and Management: Essays in Honour of Peter L. Payne, ed. D. H. Aldcroft and Anthony Slaven (Aldershot, 1995), 229-50.

Kidd, Colin. "North Britishness and the Nature of Eighteenth-Century British Patriotisms." Historical Journal, 39 (1996): 361-82.

Lewis, A.R. "James Craig (1744-95) and the Moderates." Eighteenth-Century Scotland, 11 (1997): 11-13

Pittock, Murray G. H. "The Political Thought of Lord Forbes of Pitsligo." Northern Scotland (1996): 73-86.

Pittock, Murray G. H. "The Social Composition of the Jacobite Army in the Forty-Five," a 12-page pamphlet published by The Royal Stuart Society, paper no. 48 [1996].

Pittock, Murray G. H. "Jacobitism in Aberdeen and the North East in the Rising of 1745." Aberdeen Grammar School Magazine, (1996): 38-41.

Scott, Paul H. "'A Severed and Withered Branch': The Rise or Fall of Britishness," in Scotland to Slovenia: European Identities and Transcultural Communication, ed. Horst W. Drescher and Susanne Hagemann (Frankfurt, 1996).

Szechi, Daniel. "A Union of Necessity" (review essay), Parliamentary History, 15 (1996): 393-401.

[and see title by Corp listed under History of Art, and by Mowat listed under Maritime History]


Brown, Stewart J., ed. William Robertson and the Expansion of Empire. Cambridge University Press, 1997. 288 pp. ISBN 0-521-57083-2 [re: Scottish historian; essays include Stewart J. Brown "William Roberts (1721-1793) and the Scottish enlightenment"; Jeffrey Smitten, "Robertson's letters and the life of writing"; Nicholas Phillipson, "Providence and progress: an introduction to the historical thought of William Robertson"; Karen O'Brien, "Robertson's place in the development of 18th-century narrative history"; Owen Dudley Edwards, "Robertsonian romanticism and realism"; Colin Kidd, "The ideological significance of Robertson's History of Scotland"; John Renwick, "The reception of William Robertson's historical writings in 18th-century France"; Richard B. Sher, "Charles V and the book trade: an episode in enlightenment print culture"; Bruce P. Lenman, "'From Savage to Scot' via the French and Spaniards: Principal Robertson's Spanish sources;" Geoffrey Carnall; Robertson and contemporary images of India"; Jeffrey Smitten, "A list of writings about William Robertson, 1755-1995."

[see also title by Brown listed under Native Americans...]


Bator, Paul. "The University of Edinburgh Belles Lettres Society (1759-64) and the Rhetoric of the Novel." Rhetoric Review, 14 (1996): 280-98.

Bator, Paul. "The D.[avid] B.[aynes] Horn Collection: Unpublished Papers on the History of the University of Edinburgh." Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 26 (1996): 69-83.

Bormann, Dennis R. "Campbell, George (1719-1796)," in Encyclopedia of Rhetoric and Composition: Communication from Ancient Times to the Information Age, ed. Theresa Enos (New York & London, 1996), 93-94.

Mack, D.S. "Culloden and after: Scottish Jacobite Novels." Eighteenth-Century Life, 20, 3 (November 1996): 92-106 [review essay].

McIntosh, Carey. "Style as a Key to the Scottish Enlightenment." Eighteenth-Century Scotland, 11 (Spring 1997): 8-10.

Pittock, Murray G. H. "Staff and Student: The Teaching of Rhetoric." Scottish Literary Journal, 23 (1996): 33-41.

Rendall, Jane. "Writing History for British Women: Elizabeth Hamilton and the Memoirs of Agrippina," in Wollstonecraft's Daughters: Womanhood in England and France, 1780-1920, ed. Clarissa Campbell Orr (Manchester, 1996), pp. 79-93.

Roy, G. Ross. "John Moore, Scottish European," in La Grande-Bretagne et l'Europe des Lumières," ed. Serge Soupel (Paris, 1996).


McIntosh, F. "Hugh Blair and the use of ornamentation in the sublime style of writing: From paradox to myth in aesthetics" [in French]. Revue de littérature comparée, 70, 3 (juillet-septembre 1996): 279-98


Lustig, Irma S. "James Boswell: Our Contemporary." Scottish Book Collector, 5 (Dec. 1995 - Jan. 1996): 11-13.


* Hogg, Patrick Scott. Robert Burns: The Lost Poems. Glasgow: Privately printed, 1997. Pp. 252. [controversial attribution of newspaper poems].

McGuirk, Carol. "Places in the Peasant Heart: Robert Burns's Scotland, Stephen Foster's American South, and Walt Disney's World." Scotlands, 2 (1995): 11-35.

McIlvanney, L. "'Why shouldna poor folk mowe': Bakhtinian folk humour in Burns' bawdry." Scottish Literary Journal, 23, 2 (November 1996): 43-53.

Pickering, Outi. "Auld Nick and Robert Burns." Essayes & Explorations: A `Freundschirft' for Liisa Dahl, ed. Marita Gustafsson, Anglicana Turkuensia, 15 (1996): 105-11.

Pickering, Outi. "Personification in the Poetry of Robert Burns." Burns Chronicle, 4, new ser. (1995): 64-65.

Roy, G. Ross. "Poems and Songs Spuriously Attributed to Robert Burns." Études Écossaises, 3 (1996).

Simpson, Kenneth, ed. Love and Liberty: Robert Burns, a Bicentenary Celebration. East Linton: Tuckwell Press, 1997. 350 pp. [30 papers from 1996 bicentenary conference at University of Strathclyde].


Stafford, Fiona. "Primitivism and the 'Primitive' Poet: A Cultural Context for Macpherson's Ossian." Celticism, (1996): 79-96.


[See title by Sweet in the special issue of William and Mary Quarterly listed under Race], and by Fraile listed under History of Science.


Insula, 51, 600 (December 1996) is a special issue on the canon. Essays include G. Carnero on the 18th-century Spanish literary canon, G. Miralles on the Catalan canon, A. Tarrio Varela on the Galician canon, and J. Kortazar on the Basque canon.


Boer, B.V. "The collaboration of Joseph Martin Kraus and Carl Michael Bellman." Scandinavian Studies, 68, 4 (Autumn 1996): 461-72 [art songs].

Massengale, J. "The songs of Olof von Dalin." Scandinavian Studies, 68, 4 (Autumn 1996): 415-60 [ballads].

Riordan, S. "Sentiments of travel: Madame de Staël on Sweden." Moderna Sprak, 90, 2 (1996): 190-99.

Swanson, A. "Argus on the stage: Dalin the playwright." Scandinavian Studies, 68, 4 (Autumn 1996): 401-14.


Burghartz, A.S. "Patrilineal ideology and inheritance practices in the Basel Land (1690-1750)" [in Italian]. Quaderni Storici, 31, 2 (August 196): 247-68.



Pettit, A. "Culture and evidence: Recent work on restoration and 18th-century theater" [review essay]. Eighteenth Century Theory and Interpretation, 38, 1 (Spring 1997): 79-87.

Sherbo, A. "John Kynaston (1728-83), a neglected Shakespearean." Shakespeare Quarterly, 48, 1 (Spring 1997): 80 ff.

[see also title by Whistler listed under History of Art (re: Garrick)]


Martin, Isabelle. "Un Dom Juan au Théâtre de la Foire." XVIIe siècle, 49, 194 (janvier-mars 1997): 157-72.

Martin, Isabelle. "Une pièce manuscrite de Lesage: L'Histoire de l'Opéra-Comique ou les Métamorphoses de la Foire." The French Review, 70, 2 (décembre 1996).


* Greene, John C., & Gladys L.H. Clark. The Dublin Stage, 1720-1745. Bethlehem (PA): Lehigh University Press, 1993. 473 pp.


Tamburini, L. "The first Teatro Regio of the princes of Savoy in Palazzo San Giovanni, 1681-1745" [in Italian]. Studi Piemontesi, 25, 2 (November 1996): 281-94.


Bosch, A. "Why is there no Labor Party in the United States? A comparative New World case study: Australia and the U.S., 1783-1914." Radical History Review, 67 (Winter 1997): 34-78.

Boyle, Joseph Lee, ed. "The Revolutionary War Diary of Captain Walter Finney." South Carolina Historical Magazine, 98, 2 (April 1997): 126-52.

* Brown, Kathleen M. Good Wives, Nasty Wenches and Anxious Patriarchs: Gender, Race, and Power in Colonial Virginia. University of North Carolina Press for the Institute of Early American History and Culture, 1996. xvi, 496 pp., ill. ISBN 0-8078-2307-4 (cloth); 0-8078-4623-6 (paper).

Carney, J. "Rice milling, gender, and slave labour in colonial South Carolina." Past & Present, 153 (November 1996): 108-34.

* Chaplin, Joyce E. An Anxious Pursuit: Agricultural Innovation and Modernity in the Lower South, 1730-1815. University of North Carolina Press for the Institute of Early American History and Culture, 1996. 429 pp., ill., maps. ISBN 0-8078-2084-9 (cloth), 0-8078-4613-9 (paper).

Daniels, C. "'Getting his [or her] Livelyhood': Free workers in slave Anglo-America, 1675-180." Agricultural History, 71, 2 (Spring 1997): 125-62.

Drake, J. "Restraining atrocity: The conduct of King Philip's war." New England Quarterly, 70, 1 (March 1997): 22-56.

* Dunaway, Wilma. The First American Frontier: Transition to Capitalism in Southern Appalachia, 1700-1860. University of North Carolina Press, 1996. xvii, 448pp., maps, tables, figures. ISBN 0-8078-2236-1 (cloth); 0-8078-4540-X (paper).

Eglash, R. "The African Heritage of Benjamin Banneker." Social Studies of Science, 27, 2 (April 1997): 307-16.

* Etcheson, Nicole. The Emerging Midwest: Upland Southerners and the Political Culture of the Old Northwest, 1787-1861. Indiana University Press, 1996. xiii, 205 pp. ISBN 0-253-32994-9.

* Green, Nathanael. The Papers of General Nathanael Greene. Vol. IX: 11 July-2 December 1781. Ed. Dennis M. Conrad. 730 pp., ill., maps. ISBN 0-8078-2310-4 [Vols. I-VIII (December 1766-July 1781), published between 1976 and 1995, are available from UNC Press.]

Hook, Andrew. "Scotland and the Invention of the USA," in The American Columbiad: Discovering America, Inventing the United States, ed. Mario Materassi and Maria Irene Ramalho de Sousa Santos (Amsterdam, 1996), 149-61.

* Horn, James. Adapting to a New World: English Society in the Seventeenth-Century Chesapeake. University of North Carolina Press for the Institute of Early American History and Culture, 1994. 480 pp., ill. ISBN 0-8078-2137-3 (cloth), 0-8078-2137-3 (paper, new in 1996).

* Kerber, Linda K. Toward an Intellectual History of Women. University of North Carolina Press, 1997. 400 pp. ISBN 0-8078-2348-1 (cloth), 0-8078-4654-6 (paper)

* Kerber, Linda K. Women of the Republic: Intellect and Ideology in Revolutionary America. 1980; University of North Carolina Press, 1997. ISBN 0-8078-2348-1 (cloth), 0-8078-4632-5 (new in paper).

* Kruman, Marc W. Between Authority and Liberty: State Constitution Making in Revolutionary America. University of North Carolina Press, 1997. 240 pp. ISBN 0-8078-2302-3.

Maier, Pauline. "Making Sense of the Fourth of July: The Declaration of Independence is not what Jefferson throught it was when he wrote it." American Heritage, 48, 4 (July/August 1997): 54-65.

Mason, P. "Figures of America: New World, North American colonization, exploration." Eighteenth-Century Life, 20, 3 (November 1996): 106 ff. [review essay].

* McCoy, Drew. The Elusive Republic: Political Economy in Jeffersonian America. 1980; University of North Carolina Press for the Institute of Early American History and Culture, 1996. 278 pp. ISBN O-8078-4616-3 [new in paper]

McWilliams, J. "Indian John and the northern Tawnies: The northern Indian War and the Salem witch trials." New England Quarterly, 69, 4 (December 1996): 580-604.

Nissenbaum, S.W. "Christmas in early New Engand, 1620-1820: Puritanism, popular culture, and the printed word." Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society, 106, 1 (April 1996): 79-164.

Parker, Anthony W. "Scottish Highlanders in Colonial Georgia: The Recruitment, Emigration, and Settlement at Darien, 1735-1748." Ph.D. thesis, U. of St. Andrews, 1996.

* Quarles, Benjamin. The Negro in the American Revolution. Reissue of 1961 ed., with new intro. by Gary Nash, foreword by Thad W. Tate. University of North Carolina Press, for the Institute of Early American History and Culture, 1996. 260 pp. ISBN 0-8078-4603-1 (paper).

* Royster, Charles. A Revolutionary People at War: The Continental Army and American Character, 1775-1783. University of North Carolina Press, 1996. xi, 452 pp., ill. ISBN 0-8078-4606-6.

Schwarz, F.D. "1696: Sewall repents." American Heritage, 47, 8 (December 1996): 104. [Salem witch trial judge confessed error]

Strack, T. "Alexander von Humboldt's accounts of his travels in America: Ethnography and cultural critique c. 1800" [in German]. German Quarterly, 69, 3 (Summer 1996): 233-46.

Wall, H.M. "Confessions of a British North Americanist: Borderlands historiography and Early American History." Reviews in American History, 25, 1 (March 1997): 1-12.


* Adams, William Howard. The Paris Years of Thomas Jefferson. Yale University Press, September 1997.

Egerton, D.R. "Thomas Jefferson and the Hemings family: A matter of blood." Historian, 59, 2 (Winter 1997): 327-46.

* Gordon-Reed, Annette. Thomas Jefferson and Sally Hemings: An American Controversy. University of Virginia press, 1997. xx, 235 pp.


Hook, Andrew. "The Scottish Landscape of Southern Literature," in Southern Landscapes, ed. Tony Badgen et al. (Tubingen, 1996), pp. 41-53.

Murphy, E. "'A rich widow, now to be tane up or laid down': Solving the riddle of Thomas Morton's Rise Oedipus."William and Mary Quarterly, 53, 4 (October 1996): 755-67.

Strand, G. "The many deaths of Montgomery: Audiences and pamphlet plays of the revolution." American Literary History, 9, 1 (Spring 1997): 1-20.

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