No. 82

December, 2000 / January 2001

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

  Erin Blake
  Antoine Capet
  Amy Haley
  Millie Jackson
  Karen Lunsford
  Jack Lynch
  Jim May
  Dorothy Medlin
  Benoît Melançon
  Irwin Primer
  Clotilde Prunier
  P. Singletree
  Giovanna Summerfield
  Simon Varey
  A.J. Wright

Acknowledgments to the Mostly Patient Landlord, the Man in the Funny Hat, Professor Cadenza, Mr. Geoffrey Fuzzyblazer, the Operator of the Moderately Elegant Machines, and the Secret Admirer. This issue of Selected Readings is once again made possible by the Department of Creative Insolvency.

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Adeleke, T. "Black Americans and Africa: A critique of the Pan-African and identity paradigms." International Journal African of Historical Studies, 31, 3 (1998): 505-36.

Allison, R.J. "The origins of African-American culture." Journal of Interdisciplinary History, 30, 3 (Winter 1999): 475-81.

Burnard, T. "Slave naming patterns: Onomastics and the taxonomy of race in eighteenth-century Jamaica." Journal of Interdisciplinary History, 31, 3 (Winter 2000): 325-46.

Chater, K. "'Where ther's a will': Black Britons in the eighteenth century." History Today, 50, 4 (April 2000): 26-27.

* Curtin, Philip D. Migration and Mortality in Africa and the Atlantic World, 1700-1900. Ashgate, 2001. 350pp. ISBN 0-86078-833-4

Hodges, G.R. "Early modern slavery in the 1990s." Journal of American Ethnic History, 19, 1 (1999): 67-70 (review essay).

Lee, D. & T. Fulford. "Virtual empires." Cultural Critique, 44 (Winter 2000): 3-28 [online magazines, Mungo Park, geography of Africa].

Menard, R.R. "New directions in the study of slavery." Journal of American Ethnic History, 19, 4 (Summer 2000): 82-84.

Reid, R. "'A fierce race': Western perceptions about warfare in the history of Africa." History Today, 50, 6 (June 2000): 38-39.

* Ricard, Alain (édit). Voyages de découverte en Afrique. Anthologie 1790-1890. Paris: Robert Laffont (coll. «Bouquins»), 2000. 1110 pp.

Ryden, D.B. "Does decline make sense? The West Indian economy and the abolition of the British slave trade." Journal of Interdisciplinary History, 31, 3 (Winter 2000): 347-74.

* Sussman, Charlotte. Consuming Anxieties: Consumer Protest, Gender, and British Slavery, 1713-1833. Stanford University Press, 2000. 293 pp. ISBN: 0804731039

* Woodard. Helena. African-British Writings in the Eighteenth Century: The Politics of Race and Reason. Westport: Greenwood Press, 1999. xxiii, 171 pp. ISBN 0-313-30680-X - and see HNET online review by Dayna Oscherwitz, Published by H-AfrLitCine (November, 2000); available:

Wright, D.R. "The Atlantic Slave trade and New England slavery: How we remember, how we forget." Journal of American Ethnic History, 20, 1 (Fall 2000): 78-81 (review essay).

§ The Journal of American History, 87, 3 (December 2000) includes a special round table discussion, "Cinque and the Historians: How a Story Takes Hold" - including H. Jones, "Cinque of the Amistad a slave trader? Perpetuating a myth" (923-39); P. Finkelman, "On Cinque and the historians" (940-46); B. Wyatt-Brown, "Mea culpa" (947-48); W.S. McFeely, "Cinque, tall and strong" (949-50).

[see also titles by Beckles listed under Caribbean History; by Eltis & Engerman and by Coelho & McGuire listed under Economics; by Vansina and by Mudimbe listed under Historiography]


Kuiters, W.G.J. "Law and empire: The Armenians contra Verelst, 1769-77." Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, 28, 2 (May 2000): 1-22.


* Stallaerts, Robert. Historical Dictionary of Belgium. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow (European Historical Dictionaries, 35), 1999. xxix, 303 pp., chronology, map.


Arbour, Keith. "James Franklin [1697-1735], Apprentice, Artisan, Dissident, and Teacher." Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 94 (2000), 348-73.

* Bibliographical Society of Australia and New Zealand (eds.). The Culture of the Book: Essays from Two Hemispheres in Honour of Wallace Kirsop. Melbourne: Bibliographical Society of Australia and New Zealand; New Castle, DE: Oak Knoll Press, 1999. 504 pp., bibliography of Kirsop's publications; ill. [35 essays.]

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

Bracken, James K. "Evidence of George Holmes's Corrections to the First Edition of the Foedera (1704-17)." Analytical & Enumerative Bibliography, n.s. 11, no. 2 (2000): 114-23.

Brindley, Lynne. "Pulp fiction about the BL." TLS, 5094 (November 17, 2000): 15 [British Library newspaper collection].

Chartier, Roger. «Le manuscrit à l'âge de l'imprimé. Lectures et réflexions». la Lettre clandestine, 7 (1998).

Coppens, C. "A binding from the lost paradise: A Guarani-binding, C.1727: $ and foreign bookbindings 87." Book Collector, 49, 3, 3 (Fall 2000): 397-401.

English, Jim. "Provincial Editions of the Book of Common Prayer." Quadrat: Periodical Bulletin of Research in Progress on the British Book Trade, no. 11 (June 2000): 15-19; facsimiles.

English, Jim. "A Tentative Enquiry into the Identity of 'A Printer's Devil.'" Quadrat: Periodical Bulletin of Research in Progress on the British Book Trade, 11 (June 2000): 3-8 [proposes Thomas Seddon, apprenticed to Samuel Cresswell, Nottingham bookseller 1753-86, as author of Memoirs of a Printer's Devil (Gainsborough: J. M. Mozley, 1793)].

* Grimsted, Patricia Kennedy, Lada Vladimirovna Repulo, and Irina Vladimirovna Tunkina (comps.). Archives of Russia: A Directory and Bibliographic Guide to Holdings in Moscow and St. Petersburg. Introduction by Irina Petrovich Kozlov. 2 vols. Armonk, NY, and London: M. E. Sharpe, 2000. cx, 666 & xxi, 667-1490 pp. [first published in Russian under the title Arkhivy Rossii: Moskva i Sankt-Peterburg: Spravochnik-obozrenie i bibliograficheskii ukazatel (1997). With histories and bibliographies of, and finding aids to, academic, federal, religious, and state archives].

* Harris, Frances (comp.). The Petty Catalogue. London: British Library (British Library Catalogue of Additions to the Manuscripts), 2000. 216 pp.[BL's holdings of the papers of Sir William Petty (1623-1687): including many substantial unpublished writings on economics, demographics, and Anglo-Irish relations; with references to published works].

Kiessling, Nicolas. "The Library of Anthony Wood from 1681 to 1999." Bodleian Library Record, 16, no. 6 (Oct. 1999): 470-78.

Kinane, V. "The 'dark and delicate style' of 'Parliamentary Binder A': A group of bindings in the Worth Library, Dublin." Book Collector, 48, 3 (Fall 1999): 372-86.

Lavandier, Jean-Pierre. «La censure du livre en Autriche, 1740-1792». la Lettre clandestine, 7 (1998).

* Marciari, John (comp.). Grand Tour Diaries and Other Travel Manuscripts in the James Marshall and Marie-Louise Osborn Collection. (Yale University Library Gazette, Occasional Supplement, 2.) Foreword by Stephen Parks. New Haven, CT: Beinecke Rare Books and Manuscripts Library, 1999. iv, 171 pp.

May, James E. "Manuscripts and Printed Books Offered by Antiquarian Booksellers, 1995-1997." The Scriblerian, 32 (2000): 388-401.

* McBurney, Valerie. Guide to Libraries in London. 2nd ed. London: British Library, 2000. 400 pp., maps.

* McCrossan, John A. Books and Reading in the Lives of Notable Americans: A Biographical Sourcebook. Westport, CT: Greenwood, 2000. xv, 267 pp. [includes a very few 18C figures as Franklin, Jefferson and Washington.]

* McKay, Barry. "John Thomlinson of Wigton, Bookseller and Illegal Importer of Books." Quadrat: Periodical Bulletin of Research in Progress on the British Book Trade, 11 (June 2000): 9-13. [according to the Stationers' Company Court Books of July 1746, William Wood, Secretary to the Commissioners of the Customs, informed the Company that Customs had discovery that Thomlinson (a printer in Wigton, west Cumberland) had imported psalters, prayer books, and bibles from Dublin into the Port of Whitehaven. After the Company prosecuted, Thomlinson petitioned the Commissioners of Customs and was forced to "export the said Books to Ireland." McKay provides transcripts of Thomlinson's petition and various minutes and letters.]

McKitterick, D. "Histories of the book." Book Collector, 49, 1 (Spring 2000): 9-26 (review essay).

* McMullen, Haynes. American Libraries before 1876. Foreword by Kenneth E. Carpenter. Westport, CT: Greenwood, 2000. 200 pp., charts, maps, tables.

* Myers, Robin, Michael Harris, & Giles Mandelbrote, ed. Libraries and the Book Trade: The Formation of Collections from the Sixteenth to the Twentieth Century. Oak Knoll Press and St. Paul's Bibliographies (coll. "Publishing Pathways," 20), 2001. 191 pp., ill. ISBN: 1-58456-034-7 [Leslie Morris on relations between collector, librarian and booksellers (notable the famed Dr. Rosenbach); Esther Potter on increasing role of specialist library binders as commercial lending libraries expanded and public library budgets dramatically improved; Keith Manley on 18th-c commercial circulating libraries, often run by booksellers (who sometimes doubled as perfumers, hairdressers and the like); Julian Roberts on how the Bodleian Library set about acquiring continental and English books and its developing relationship with a main supplier, the Stationers' Company].

* Myers, Robin, and Michael Harris (eds.). Journeys through the Market: Travel, Travelers, and the Book Market. (Publishing Pathways.) New Castle, DE: Oak Knoll; Winchester, U.K.: St. Paul's Bibliographies, 2000. xiii, 152 pp., ill. [essays by Giles Barber, Bill Bell, Jeremy Black, Michael Harris and others on the influence of travel and exploration on the publshing business].

Ovenden, R. "An Edinburgh hunting scene binding." Book Collector, 49, 1 (Spring 2000): 88-90.

* Parks, Stephen, assisted by Earle Havens (comp.). The Luttrell File: Narcissus Luttrell's Dates on Contemporary Pamphlets, 1678-1730. (Yale University Library Gazette, Occasional Supplement, 3.) With a Chronological Index compiled by Carolyn Nelson. New Haven, CT: Beinecke Rare Books and Manuscripts Library, 1999. vi, 223 pp., ill.

Pinck, D. "Let me count the ways: The life of a bibliomaniac." American Scholar, 69, 2 (Spring 2000): 101-104.

* Pitcher, Edward W. Discoveries in Periodicals 1720-1820: Facts and Fictions. Lewiston, NY: E. Mellen (Studies in British and American Magazines, 7), 2000. 600 pp. [a general introduction to British periodical literature; index of principal works by many eighteenth-century essayists who followed Addison and Steele].

* Pitcher, Edward W. (ed.) The Irish in Popular Literature in the Early American Republic: Paddy Whacking. Lewiston, NY: E. Mellen, 2000 (Studies in British and American Magazines, 3). 428 pp.

Pitcher, Edward W. (ed.). The New York Weekly Museum: An Annotated Index of Literary Prose, 1800-1811. Lewiston, NY: E. Mellen (Studies in British and American Magazines, 4), 2000. 496 pp.

* Pitcher, E. W., & D. Sean Hartigan (eds.). Sensationalist Literature and Popular Culture in the Early American Republic. Lewiston, NY: E. Mellen (Studies in British and American Magazines, 10), 2000. 414 pp.

Porret, Michel. «Expertises typographico-légales et censure des imprimés au XVIIIe siècle: l'exemple genevois». la Lettre clandestine, 7 (1998).

* Raven, James (ed.). Free Print and Non-Commercial Publishing since 1700. Brookfield, VT: Ashgate, 2000. 352 pp. ISBN 0754600858

"Recent periodicals on book history." Book Collector, 48, 4 (Winter 1999): 591-92.

Skelton-Foord, Christopher. "Surveying the Circulating Library-Scene: Popular British Fiction, 1770-1830." In Peter Vodosek & Graham Jefcoate, eds., Bibliotheken in der Literarischen Darstellung/ Libraries in Literature (Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 1999).

"The history of printing types." Book Collector, 48, 4 (Winter 1999): 493 ff.

* Visser, A. S. Q (ed.) & P. G. Hoftijzer & B. Westerweel (co-eds.). Emblem Books in Leiden: A Catalogue of the Collections of the Leiden University Library, the 'Maatschappij der Nederlandse Letterkunde' and Bibliotheca Thysiana. Leiden: Primavera Press, 1999. 199 pp., ill.

* Whitley, Kathleen P. The Gilded Page: The History and Technique of Manuscript Gilding. Introduction by Michelle Brown. London: British Library; New Castle, DE: Oak Knoll Press, 2000. 236 pp., ill. ISBN 1884718582

§ Études françaises, 36, 3 (2000) - «Presse et littérature. La circulation des discours dans l'espace public.» Numéro préparé par Micheline Cambron et Hans-Jürgen Lüsebrink - HJL, «La littérature des almanachs: réflexions sur l'anthropologie du fait littéraire» (47-64); MC & HJL, «Presse, littérature et espace public: de la lecture et du politique» (127-45).

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


Moureau, François. «O Brasil das luzes francesas». Estudos avançados, 13, 36 (mai-août 1999): 165-181, ill. Revue publiée à São Paulo.


Andrès, Bernard. «Le fantasme du champ littéraire dans la Gazette de Montréal (1778-1779)», Études françaises, 36, 3 (2000): 9-26.

Andrès, Bernard. «Y a-t-il un intellectuel dans le siècle ? ou Penser au Québec à la fin du XVIIIe siècle», dans Manon Brunet et Pierre Lanthier (édit.), l'Inscription sociale de l'intellectuel (Québec et Paris: Presses de l'Université Laval et l'Harmattan, 2000). ISBN: 2-7637-7684-1.

Belier, P.L; J. Ritcey, J. MacLeod, et al. "Recent publications relating to the history of the Atlantic region." Acadiensis, 29, 2 (Spring 2000): 218-63.

Bumsted, J.M. "The land question of Prince Edward Island and the quitrent controversy of 1802-1806." Acadiensis, 29, 2 (Spring 2000): 3-26.

Couturier, J.P. "'L'Acadie-c'est-un-detail': Representations of Acadia in the Canadian national narrative." Acadiensis, 29, 2 (Spring 2000): 102-19.

* Gough, Barry M. Historical Dictionary of Canada. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow, 1999. xlii, 271 pp., maps.

* Lacoursière, Jacques, Jean Provencher et Denis Vaugeois. Canada-Québec 1534-2000. Québec: Septentrion, 2000. 592 pp., ill.

McKay, I. "A note on 'region' in writing the history of Atlantic Canada." Acadiensis, 29, 2 (Spring 2000): 89-101.

Morin, Stéphane. «Brasseurs, brasseries et activités brassicoles dans la plaine de Montréal, 1788-1852». Montréal, Université du Québec à Montréal, mémoire de maîtrise, mai 2001.

[see also title by Hamilton listed under Economics]


* Beckles, Hilary. Bussa: the 1816 Revolution in Barbados. St. Ann's Garrison, Barbados: Barbados Museum and Historical Society, 1998.

*Beckles, Hilary, & Verene Sheperd, eds. Caribbean Slavery in the Atlantic World. Rev. ed. Markus Wiener, 2000. ISBN: 1558761853 (paper)

*Beckles, Hilary. Centering Woman : Gender Discourses in Caribbean Slave Society. James Currey, 1999. ISBN: 0852557728 and Markus Wiener, 1999 ISBN 1558762043 (cloth), 1558762051 (paper)

* King, Stewart R. Blue Coat or Powdered Wig: Free People of Color in Pre-Revolutionary Saint Domingue. University of Georgia, February 2001. 344pp. ISBN 0-8203-2233-4

* O'Shaughnessy, Andrew Jackson. An Empire Divided: The American Revolution and the British Caribbean. University of Pennsylvania Press, 2000. 392 pp. ISBN 0812235584 (cloth); 0812217322 (paper)

[see also title by Burnard and by Ryden listed under Africa &c; by Vaughan listed under History of Medicine, by Zavala listed under Theory]


* Bellec, François. Le Livre des terres inconnues. Paris: Éditions du Chêne, 2000. 215 pp., ill.

* Haywood, John. Atlas historique du monde. Cologne: Könemann, 2000. 240 pp. Traduction de Carole Coen.

* Hyde, Ralph. Ward Maps of the City of London. London: London Topographical Society, 1999. 84 pp, ill. - and see review essay by David Alexander, "City of London Ward Maps," Print Quarterly, 17 (2000), 49-50.

* Moretti, Franco. Atlas du roman européen, 1800-1900. Paris: Seuil, 2000. 240 pp., ill. Traduction de Jérôme Nicolas.

* Sheffrin, Jill. "Neatly Dissected for the Instruction of Young Ladies and Gentlemen in the Knowledge of Geography": John Spilsbury and Early Dissected Puzzles. Los Angeles: Cotsen Occasional Press, 1999. 40 pp., ill.

[see also title by Rothenberg listed under France - History; by Burnett listed under History of Science]


* Wang Ping. Aching for Beauty: Footbinding in China. University of Minnesota Press, 2000. 320 pp.

[see title by Li listed under Economics; by Wilson listed under History of Art]


* Calvino, Italo. Pourquoi lire les classiques. Paris: Seuil (coll. «La librairie du XXe siècle»), 1993. 245 pp. Traduction de Jean-Paul Manganaro. ISBN: 2-02-017779-X

Racault, Jean-Michel. «Homère aux Amériques. Le modèle homérique dans les Mœurs des sauvages américains comparées aux mœurs des premiers temps du P. Lafitau (1724)», dans Françoise Létoublon et Catherine Volpilhac-Auger (édit.), Homère en France après la Querelle (1715-1900). Actes du colloque de Grenoble (23-25 octobre 1995) (Paris, Honoré Champion, 1999), pp. 149-159.


Grier, D.A, & M. Campbell, "A social history of Bitnet and Listserv, 1985-1991." IEEE Annals of the History of Computing, 22, 2 (April-June 2000): 32-41.

Porter, K.J. "Terror and emancipation: The disciplinarity and mythology of computers." Cultural Critique, 44 (Winter 2000): 43-83.

§ Aut Aut, 3-4 (1999) is a special issue on "Casting the Net: Words and Reality in the Age of the Internet" - articles (in Italian) include A.M. Morazzoni, Introduction (3-4); A.M. Morazzoni, 'Perche vivo all'Ufficio Postale' (intro. to tr. of Eudora Welty's story] (5); G.O. Longo, "Face and interface" (27-35); R. De Benedetti, "The aesthetics of the interface" (37-41); C. Formenti, "The bulimic cyborg" (43-47); G. Berto, "Real time" (49-53); E. Greblo, "Virtual communities" (55-66); R. De Biasi & R.V. Scelsi, "The digital self" (67-72); P. Marrone, "Net-ethics" (73-82); C. Formenti, "Trash democracy" (83-90); C. Dal Monte, "Chat-rooms" (91-95); P.A. Rovatti, "The mouse and the sea" (97-101); D. Zoletto, "'Windows' on the 'desktop'" (103-109); A. Sciacchitano, "Knots, nets, Freud, and Lacan" (111-14); M. Ferraris, "Peri-mail" (115-19); A. Sciacchitano, "Passwords, what passion" (133-150); A.M. Morazzoni, "Sound on the Web" (151-58); F. Polidori, "Extensive memory" (159-64); P. Casati, "Beyond the Internet. The economy of a vision" (165-82); C. Formenti, "Techno-gnostics and techno-shamans" (183-93); A. Dal Lago, "The poverty of globalization" (195-206).

[see also title by Lee & Fulford listed under Africa]

On the web

The "Subject Index to Literature on Electronic Sources of Information" (August 1,2000) and the accompanying "Electronic Sources of Information: A Bibliography" (listing all indexed items) deal with all aspects of electronic publishing and include print and non-print materials, periodical articles, monographs and individual chapters in collected works. This edition, prepared by Marian Dworaczek of the University of Saskatchewan Libraries, includes 1,329 titles. Both the Index and the Bibliography are continuously updated. Available:

The Scholarly Electronic Publishing Bibliography, 34 (2000) is now available online:; a selective bibliography of over 1,250 articles, books, electronic documents, and other sources useful in understanding scholarly electronic publishing efforts on the Internet and other networks.
Sections include Economic Issues; Electronic Books and Texts; Case Studies and History (General Works, Library Issues), Electronic Serials (Case Studies and History, Critiques, Electronic Distribution of Printed Journals, General Works, Library Issues, Research); General Works; Legal Issues (Intellectual Property Rights, License Agreements, Other Legal Issues); Library Issues (Cataloging, Identifiers, and Metadata), Digital Libraries, General Works, Information Conversion, Integrity, and Preservation); New Publishing Models; Publisher Issues (Electronic Commerce-Copyright Systems). The SEPB text (without links) is also available in Acrobat format: and in Word 97 format:


* Kiple, Kenneth F., & Kriemhildd Coneè Ornelas, ed. The Cambridge World History of Food. 2 vols. ISBN 0-521-40216-7 - and see the book's website -- - for extracts, links, and listings of food festivals.

* Toussaint-Samat, Maguelonne. Histoire naturelle et morale de la nourriture. In extenso, 2000.

[see title by Charbonneau listed under History of Medicine]


Coelho, P.R.P., & R.A. McGuire. "Diets versus diseases: The anthropometrics of slave children." Journal of Economic History, 60, 1 (March 2000): 232-46; with a reply by R.H. Steckel, 247-59.

Chu, J.M. "An independent means: The American Revolution and the rise of a national economy." Journal of Interdisciplinary History, 31, 1 (Summer 2000): 63 ff.

Eltis, D., & S.L. Engerman. "The importance of slavery and the slave trade to industrializing Britain." Journal of Economic History, 60, 1 (March 2000): 123-44.

Gambles, A. "Free trade and state formation: The political economy of fisheries policy in Britain and the United Kingdom circa 1780-1850." Journal of British Studies, 39, 3 (July 2000): 288-316.

* Goux, Jean-Joseph. Frivolité de la valeur. Essai sur l'imaginaire du capitalisme. Paris: Blusson, 2000. 320 pp.

Grubb, F. "The transatlantic market for British convict labor." Journal of Economic History, 60, 1 (March 2000): 94-122.

Hamilton, G. "The decline of apprenticeship in North America: Evidence from Montréal." Journal of Economic History, 60, 3 (September 2000): 627-64.

Li, L.M. "Integration and disintegration in North China's grain markets, 1738-1911." Journal of Economic History, 60, 3 (September 2000): 665-99.

Potter, M. "Good offices: Intermediation by corporate bodies in early modern French public finance." Journal of Economic History, 60, 3 (September 2000): 599-626.

Rickard, S. "Conversations with Malthus." History Today, 49, 12 (December 1999): 47-53.

Sarson, S. "Distribution of wealth in Prince George's County, Maryland, 1800-1820." Journal of Economic History, 60, 3 (September 2000): 847-55.

Wells, J., & D. Wills. "Revolution, restoration, and debt repudiation: The jacobite threat to England's institutions and economic growth." Journal of Economic History, 60, 418-41.

[see also title by Ryden listed under Africa &c; by Harris listed under Bibliography &c]


Barker, T.M. "A debacle of the Peninsular war: The British-led amphibious assault against Fort Fuengirola 14-15 October 1810." Journal of Military History, 64, 1 (January 2000): 9-52.

Ben-Amos, I.K. "Gifts and favors: Informal support in early modern England." Journal of Modern History, 72, 2 (June 2000): 295-338.

Black, J. "Britain as a military power, 1688-1915." Journal of Military History, 64, 1 (January 2000): 159-178.

Black, J. "Britain 1800." History Today, 50, 11 (November 2000): 29-35.

* Carter, Philip. Men and the Emergence of Polite Society, Britain 1660-1800. London: Longman, 2000. ISBN 0-582-31987-0.

* Clark, J. C. D. English Society 1660-1832: Religion, Ideology and Politics during the Ancien Regime. Cambridge University Press, 2000. xii, 580 p. ISBN: 0-521-66180-3 (cloth); 0-521-66627-9 (paper) - and see HNET online review by Marilyn Morris, Published by H-Albion (November, 2000); available:

Crawford, P. "Women's dreams in early modern England." History Workshop, 49 (Spring 2000): 129 ff.

* Dickinson, H.T., ed. Britain and the American Revolution. London and New York: Longman, 1998. xii, 284 pp., maps ISBN 0-582-31839-4 - and see HNET online review by Eliga H. Gould, "Imperial Amnesia," Published by H-Albion (November, 2000); available:

* Hibbert, Christopher. George III: A Personal History. New York: Basic Books, 1998. xv, 464 pp., ill. ISBN 0-465-02724-5 - and see HNET online review by Eliga H. Gould, "Imperial Amnesia," Published by H-Albion (November, 2000); available:

* King, Steven. Poverty and Welfare in England, 1700-1850. Manchester University Pres, 2000. 256 pp. ISBN 0-7190-4939-3 (cloth); 0-7190-4940-7 (paper).

Lake, P., & M. Questier. "Puritans, papists, and the 'public sphere' in early modern England: The Edmund Campion affair in context." Journal of Modern History, 72, 3 (September 2000): 587-627.

* Langford, Paul. Englishness Identified: Manners and Character 1650-1850. Oxford University Press, 2000. xii, 389 pp. ISBN 0-19-820681-X - and see HNET online review by Marilyn Morris, Published by H-Albion (November, 2000); available:

Macinnes, A. "Britain 1700: The state of the islands at a crucial moment in British state formation." History Today, 50, 10 (October 2000): 39-45.

Marriott, J. "Sweep them off the streets: Attitudes to the London poor since the seventeenth century." History Today, 50, 8 (August 2000): 26-28.

* McClain, Molly. Beaufort: The Duke and His Duchess, 1657-1715. Yale University Press, May 2001. 336 pp. ISBN 0-300-08411-0

* Moore, Lucy. Amphibious Thing: The Life of Lord Hervey. Viking, 2000. 376 pp. ISBN 0-670-87986-X -- and see review by Kevin Sharpe, "Lord Fanny's chronique scandaleuse," TLS, 5100 (December 29, 2000): 32.

Ostwald, J. "The 'decisive' battle of Ramillies, 1706: Prerequisites for decisiveness in early modern warfare." Journal of Military History, 64, 3 (July 2000): 649-77.

Poole, R. "Making up for lost time." History Today, 49, 12 (December 1999): 40-46 [the Calendar Riots of 1752].

Price, John Vladimir. "Historicity and narratology in David Hume's History of England." Etudes écossaises, 1 (1992): 143-153 [Ecosse Regards d'Histoire: Numéro spécial Actes du Congrès international d'études écossaises Grenoble, 1991].

* Scott, Jonathan. England's Troubles: Seventeenth-Century English Political Instability in European Context. Cambridge University Press, 2000. 536 pp. ISBN 0-521-41192-0 - and see review by Mark Kishlasnky, "War first, politics later," TLS 5096 (December 1 2000): 7.

Shepard, A. "Social control, authority and deviance in early modern England." History Workshop, 48 (Fall 1999): 240-47.

Storch, R.D. "The old English constabulary." History Today, 49, 11 (November 1999): 43-49

Teltscher, Kate. "The Shampooing Surgeon And The Persian Prince: Two Indians In Early Nineteenth-Century Britain." Interventions: International Journal of Postcolonial Studies, 2, 3 (2000): 409-23.

* Thompson, Julian. The Royal Marines: From Sea Soldiers to a Special Force. Sidgwick & Jackson, 2000. 699 pp. ISBN 0-283-06315-7 - and see review by Michael Carver, "Tell it to the Admiralty," TLS, 5095 (November 24, 2000): 31.

Warner, J., F. Ivis, & A. Demers. "A predatory social structure: Informers in Westminster, 1737-1741." Journal of Interdisciplinary History, 30, 4 (Spring 2000): 617 ff.

[see also title by Marshall listed under India]


* Baker, Kenneth, ed. "The Faber Book of Landscape Poetry." Faber, 2000. 437 pp. ISBN 0-571-20071-0 - and see review by Jonathan Bate, "The wind on Crow Hill: Fractured and inclusive: the varieties of landscape verse," TLS, 5095 (November 24, 2000): 4-6.

* Bloom, Abigail Burnham, ed. Nineteenth-Century British Women Writers: A Bio-Bibliographical Critical Sourcebook. Westport, CT: Greenwood, 2000. 472 pp.

Deutsch, H. "Symptomatic correspondences: The author's case in eighteenth-century Britain." Cultural Critique, 42 (Spring 1999): 35-80.

* Ferrell, Lori Anne, & Peter McCullough, ed. The English Sermon Revised: Religion, Literature and History 1600-1750. Manchester University Press, 2000. x, 270 pp. ISBN 0-7190-5449-4 - and see HNET online review by Alexandra Walsham, "Rediscovering the Sermon in Early Modern England," published by H-Albion (November, 2000); available:

* Gardiner, Ellen. Regulating Readers: Gender and Literary Criticism in the Eighteenth-Century Novel. University of Delaware Press, 2000.

* Jagodzinski, Cecile M. Privacy and Print: Reading and Writing in Seventeenth-Century England. University Press of Virginia, 1999. 256 pp. [Margaret Cavendish; Aphra Behn; privacy rights, gender]

* Prescott, Sarah, & Jane Spencer. "Prattling, Tattling, and Knowing Everything: Public Authority and the Female Editorial Persona in the Early Essay-Periodical." British Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies, 23 (2000): 43-58.

* Stevenson, Kay Gilliland. Milton to Pope, 1650-1720. Palgrave, 2000. 320 pp. ISBN 0-333-69612-3 (cloth); 0-333-69613-1 (paper)

* Trott, Nicola and Seamus Perry, eds. 1800: The New Lyrical Ballads. Palgrave, February 2001. 256pp. ISBN 0-333-77398-5

* Urstad, Tone Sundt. Sir Robert Walpole's Poets: The Use of Literature as Government Propaganda, 1721-1742. University of Delaware Press, 1999. 297 pp., ill. ISBN 0874136903


Clausen, C. "Jane Austen changes her mind." American Scholar, 68, 2 (Spring 1999): 89-99 [Persuasion].

Le Faye, D. "New marginalia in Jane Austen's books." Book Collector, 49, 2 (Summer 2000): 222-26.

[see also title by Piroëlle in the collection by McCarthy listed under Miscellaneous]


Châtel, Laurent. "Utopies paysagères: Les Sublimes 'Progrès' de Bulletin de la société d'études anglo-américaines des XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles, 51 (2000): 280-322.


* Bentley, G.E., Jr. The Stranger from Paradise: A Biography of William Blake. Yale University Press, May 2001. 512pp. ISBN 0-300-08939-2

Bentley, G. E., Jr. "William Blake and His Circle: A Checklist of Publications and Discoveries in 1999." Blake: An Illustrated Quarterly, 32 (2000): 135-67.

Phillips, M. "Willam Blake in Lambeth." History Today, 50, 11 (November 2000): 18-25.

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


* Davenport, Hester. Faithful Handmaid: Fanny Burney at the Court of King George III. Sutton, 2000. 240 pp. ISBN 0-7509-1881-0 - and see brief review by Nicola Trott, TLS, 5095 (November 24, 2000): 36.

Topia, André. «"Eveline": la porosité des frontières.» Études Anglaises, 53, 4 (octobre-décembre 2000): 413-27.


Chirico, Paul. "Writing for money: The correspondence of John Clare and Earl Spencer." TLS, 5094 (November 17, 2000): 14-15.


Furbank, P. N., & W. R. Owens. "Defoe, the De la Faye letters and Mercurius Politicus." British Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies, 23 (2000), 13-20.

Rothman, Irving N. "Defoe De-Attributions Scrutinized under Hargevik Criteria: Applying Stylometrics to the Canon." Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 94 (2000): 375-98.


Lewis, Jayne, & Maximillian E. Novak. "Dryden 2000." The Center & Clark Newsletter, 36 (Fall 2000): 3-5.


Bony, Alain. «Affaires de famille: désavu et reconnaissance dans Joseph Andrews. » Études Anglaises, 53, 4 (octobre-décembre 2000): 413-27.

Huguet, Christine. "Joseph Andrews: À la manière de Cervantes?" Bulletin de la société d'études anglo-américaines des XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles, 51 (2000): 59-76.

Morère, Pierre. "Innocence et expérience dans Joseph Andrews." Bulletin de la société d'études anglo-américaines des XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles, 51 (2000): 95-112.

Rawson, Claude. "Fielding's Richardson: Shamela, Joseph Andrews and Parody Revisited." Bulletin de la société d'études anglo-américaines des XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles, 51 (2000): 77-94.


Daly, P.J. "John Gay's The Fan and the paper war of 1713." Clio, 29, 3 (Spring 2000): 249-69.


* Mack, Robert L. Thomas Gray: A Life. Yale University Press, 2000. ISBN 0-300-08499-4.


Nauman, Jonathan. "The Publication of Thalia Redivia and the Literary Reputation of Katherine Philips." Huntington Library Quarterly, 61 (1999): 81-91.


Lesser, W. "Recollected in tranquility." American Scholar, 69, 1 (Winter 2000): 134-40 [Pope, Wordsworth].


Charles, Shelly. «De la traduction au pastiche: l'Histoire du chevalier Grandisson». Eighteenth-Century Fiction, 13, 1 (octobre 2000): 129-40.


* Kahan, Jeffrey. Reforging Shakespeare: The Story of a Theatrical Scandal. Lehigh University Press, 1998. 271 pp.

* Kob, Sabine. Wielands Shakespeare-Übersetzung: Ihre Entstehung und ihre Rezeption im Sturm und Drang. Bern and New York: Peter Lang (Europäische Hochschulschriften, 14), 2000. 310 pp.

Shelley, Mary

* Eberle-Sinatra, Michael, ed. Mary Shelley's Fictions: From Frankenstein to Falkner. Palgrave, 2000. 280 pp. ISBN 0-333-77106-0


* Terry, Richard, ed. James Thomson: Essays for the Tercentenary. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 2000. ISBN 0-85323-954-1.


* Bély, Lucien. Les Relations internationales en Europe (XVIIe-XVIIIe siècle). Paris, 1992.

* Blanning, T. C. W., ed. The Eighteenth Century: Europe 1688-1815. In The Short Oxford History of Europe. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 2000. ISBN 0-19-873181-7.

* Frost, Robert I. The Northern Wars: War, State and Society in Northeastern Europe, 1558-1721. Longman, 2000. 401 pp. ISBN 0-582-06430-9 - and see brief review by A.F. Upton, TLS, 5100 (December 29, 2000): 28 ["this important book throws light on some very dark places in European history"; second serfdom; Russia, Sweden, Poland]

Pavlowitch, Stevan K. "Europe and the Balkans in a Historical Perspective, 1804-1945." Journal of Southern Europe, 2, 2 (2000):141-48.


* Andric, Ivo. Mara la courtisane et autres nouvelles. Paris: Belfond, 1999. 242 pp. Traduction de Pascale Delpech. Des nouvelles se déroulent au XVIIIe siècle.

* Asselin, Luc. Révolutions. Montréal: Lanctôt éditeur, 2000. 224 pp. Une des nouvelles du recueil porte sur l'Angleterre de la fin du XVIIIe siècle.

* Assiniwi, Bernard. The Beothuk Saga. Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 2000, 343 p. Traduction de Wayne Grady. Roman qui se déroule en partie au XVIIIe siècle.

* Le Dantec, Jean-Pierre. Les Corps subtils. Paris: Seuil *coll. «Fiction & cie»), 2000. 220 pp. Le XVIIIe siècle joue un grand rôle dans ce roman.

* Peck, John. Maritime Fiction: Sailors and the Sea in British and American Novels, 1719-1917. Palgrave, February 2001. 224 pp. ISBN 0-333-79357-9


Baczko, Bronislaw. «Turenne au temple de Mars», dans Michel Porret, Jean-François Fayet et Carine Fluckiger (édit.), Guerres et paix. Mélanges offerts à Jean-Claude Favez (Georg éditeur, 2000). ISBN: 2-8257-0707-4.

Bourdin, Philippe. «L'échange épistolaire Paris-province, un moyen persistant de structuration des réseaux républicains», dans Du Directoire au Consulat. le lien social et politique dans la «Grande Nation». Actes du colloque de Valenciennes (13-14 mars 1998) (Lille: Presses universitaires du Septentrion, 1999), pp. 111-135.

Bourdin, Philippe. «La part de l'histoire dans les éloges de la nation. Académisme et révolutions». Siècles, 9 (1999): 7-34.

* Bredin, Jean-Denis. Une singulière famille. Paris: Fayard, 1999, 456 pp. [sur les Necker].

Cavendish, R. "The French surrender Malta, September 5th, 1800." History Today, 50, 9 (September 2000): 54-55.

* Crowston, Clare Haru. Fabricating Women: The Seamstresses of Old Regime France, 1675-1791. Duke University Press, June 2001. 512pp. ISBN 0-8223-2662-0 (cloth); 0-8223-2666-3 (paper)

* Dubois, Laurent, les Esclaves de la République. L'histoire oubliée de la première émancipation, 1789-1794. Paris: Calmann-Lévy (coll. «Liberté de l'esprit»), 1999. 240 Pp. Traduction de Jean-François Chaix.

Dubois, L. "La Republique Metissée: Citizenship, colonialism, and the borders of French history." Cultural Studies, 14, 1 (January 2000): 15-34.

Medlin, Dorothy. "The Composition and Publication History of André Morellet's Mémoires sur le dix-huitième siècle et sur la Révolution." Diderot Studies, 28 (2000): 123-140.

Mentzer, R.A. "Morals and moral regulation in Protestant France." Journal of Interdisciplinary History, 31, 1 (Summer 2000): 1 ff.

* Mercier-Faivre, Anne-Marie, ed. Un supplément à l'Encyclopédie, le monde primitif d'Antoine Court de Gébelin, suivi d'une édition du génie allégorique et symbolique de l'Antiquité, extrait du Monde primitif (1773). Paris: Champion, 1999. ISBN 2-7453-0123-3.

* Hamilton, Jill. Marengo: The Myth of Napoleon's Horse. Fourth Estate, 2000. 246 pp. ISBN 1-84115-351-6 - and see review by John Spurling, "No chicken Marengo, TLS, 5095 (November 24, 2000): 9.

Himmelfarb, Hélène. «Chronique bibliographique des publications relatives à Saint-Simon, et aux mémoires, journaux, correspondances d'Ancien Régime en 1998». Cahiers Saint-Simon, 27 (1999): 109-140.

* Joffrin, Laurent. Les Batailles de Napoléon. Paris: Seuil, 2000. 244 pp., ill.

* Jomini. Guerres de la Révolution (1792-1797). Paris: Hachette (coll. «Pluriel»), 1998.

* Jourdan, Annie. Empire de Napoléon. Paris: Flammarion (coll. «Champs Université/Histoire»), 2000.

* Keegan, John. Anatomie d'une bataille: Agincourt, Waterloo, la Somme. ParisL Robert Laffont, 1993. Édition de poche : Paris, Presses Pocket, coll. «Agora».

* Newton, William R. L'Éspace du roi: La cour de France au château de Versailles. Paris: Fayard, 2000. 588 pp. ISBN 2-213-60205-0 - and see review by John Rogister, "The fragrance of the old regime," TLS, 5094 (November 17, 2000): 34.

* Petiteau, Natalie. Napoléon, de la mythologie à l'histoire. Paris: Seuil, 1999.

Phillips, H. "Sacred text and sacred image: France in the seventeenth century." Bulletin of the John Rylands University Library of Manchester, 81, 3 (Fall 1999): 299-319.

* Rapport, Michael. Nationality and Citizenship in Revolutionary France: The Treatment of Foreigners 1789-1799. Oxford University Press, 2000. x, 382 pp. ISBN 0-19-820845-6 - and see HNET online review by David Andress, published by H-Diplo (November, 2000); available:

* Rosanvallon, Pierre. la Démocratie inachevée. Histoire de la souveraineté du peuple en France. Paris: Gallimard (coll. «Bibliothèque des histoires»), 2000. 472 pp.

* Rothenberg, Gunther E. les Guerres Napoléoniennes 1796-1815. Paris: Autrement (coll. «Atlas des guerres»), 2000. 224 pp., ill. Traduction de Geneviève Brzustowski.

Smith, J.M. "Social categories, the language of patriotism, and the origins of the French Revolution: The debate over noblesse commerçante." Journal of Modern History, 72, 2 (June 2000): 339-74.

§ The Journal of Modern History, 72, 1 (March 2000) is a special issue entitled: "New Work on the Old Regime and the French Revolution: A Special Issue in Honor of François Furet" - titles include: K.M. Baker, "In memoriam: François Furet" (1-5); T. Kaiser, "The evil empire? The debate on Turkish despotism in eighteenth-century French political culture" (6-34); J. Shovlin, "Toward a reinterpretation of revolutionary antinobilism: The political economy of honor in the old regime" (35-66); L. Boroumand, "Emigration and the rights of man: French revolutionary legislators equivocate" (67-108); W.M. Reddy, "Sentimentalism and its erasure: The role of emotions in the era of the French Revolution" (109-52); H. Mah, "Phantasies of the public sphere: Rethinking the Habermas of historians" (153-82).


Abrantès, Mme d'. Une soirée chez Mme Geoffrin. Paris: Gallimard/Le Promeneur (coll. «Le cabinet des lettrés»), 2000. 170 ppS. Édition du texte de 1837. ISBN: 2-07-075940-7.

Adams, D.J. "Theme and technique in the "Oudry" edition of La Fontaine's Fables." Bulletin of the John Rylands University Library of Manchester, 81, 3 (Fall 1999): 361-84.

Aldridge, A. Owen. «John Adams Meets the Abbé Mably». Dalhousie French Studies, 52 (automne 2000): 88-99.

Artigas-Menant, Geneviève. «La plume et les Lumières: le manuscrit, outil de progrès». Lumen. Travaux choisis de la Société canadienne d'étude du dix-huitième siècle. Selected Proceedings from the Canadian Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies, 19 (2000): 1-21.

Artigas-Menant, Geneviève. «Introduction. Questions de problématique générale et d'épistémologie»; «Conclusion». la Lettre clandestine, 7 (1998).

Artigas-Menant, Geneviève. «Un nouveau fonds moscovite». la Lettre clandestine, 7 (1998).

Astbury, Katherine. «Games in the Moral Tale: A Reflection on Changing Tastes in the 1760s». SVEC, 8 (2000).

Bandelier, André. «Autour du Chapelain et ministre de la Cour Frédéric-Guillaume de Montmollin». Bulletin de l'Association Jean Jacques Rousseau, 47 (1995): 7-23.

* Bayard, Pierre. Comment améliorer les œuvres ratées? Paris: Minuit, 2000. 176 pp. Porte notamment sur Voltaire et Rousseau.

Beale, Judith. «Serious Play and Playing Serious: from Challe's Les Illustres Françaises to Marivaux's Le Jeu de l'amour et du hasard». SVEC, 8 (2000).

Belleguic, Thierry. «Palissot le polémiste ou du scandale comme un des Beaux-Arts», dans Annette Hayward et Dominique Garand (édit.), États du polémique (Québec, Nota Bene, 1998), pp. 61-84.

* Berglund-Nilsson, Birgitta, et Barbro Ohlin. Inventaire et index de la 'Correspondance littéraire secrète' dite de Mettra. Ferney-Voltaire: Centre international d'étude du XVIIIe siècle, 2000.

* Bièvre, marquis de. Métaphysique du calembour et autres jeux sur les mots d'esprit. Paris: Payot, 2000. 158 pp. Édition établie et présentée par Antoine de Baecque.

* Blavier, André. Les Fous littéraires. Paris: Éditions des Cendres, 2000 (1982). 1152 pp.

Bloch, Olivier, «La tâche impossible?» la Lettre clandestine, 7 (1998).

Bouabane, Stéphanie. «Entre brevitas et digressions narratives: le dilemme du romancier dans la première moitié du XVIIIe siècle», Lumen. Travaux choisis de la Société canadienne d'étude du dix-huitième siècle. Selected Proceedings from the Canadian Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies, 18 (1999): 13-25.

Céard, Jean. «La redécouverte de la Pléiade par les romantiques français», dans Pierre Brunel (édit.), Romantismes européens et romantisme français, (Montpellier, Espaces 34, 2000). ISBN: 2-907293-19-2.

Chauvin, Danièle. «Élie et Ézéchiel: les chars de feu de l'imagination romantique», dans Pierre Brunel (édit.), Romantismes européens et romantisme français (Montpellier: Espaces 34, 2000). ISBN: 2-907293-19-2.

* Darlow, Mark. Maîtres et valets dans la comédie française du XVIIIe siècle. Paris, Bréal (coll. «Connaissance d'une œuvre», série «Connaissance d'un thème»), 2000. 125 pp. ISBN: 2-84291-435 X. Disponible dans Internet:

Delon, Michel. «Des rats dans les catacombes de l'esprit», dans le Mythe en littérature. Essais en hommage à Pierre Brunel (Paris: Presses universitaires de France, 2000), pp. 331-41.

* Delon, Michel. le Savoir-vivre libertin. Paris: Hachette Littératures, 2000. 350 pp.

Delon, Michel. «Souvenirs balzaciens de "Faublas"». l'Année balzacienne (1999): 17-27.

«Description du recueil de Trois-Rivières (Québec)». la Lettre clandestine, 7 (1998).

Droixhe, Daniel. «Signatures clandestines. Sur les contrefaçons de Liège et de Mastricht au XVIIIe siècle», la Lettre clandestine, 7 (1998).

Ferland, Rachel. «Les Lettres au cher fils d'Élisabeth Bégon. À la limite du genre épsitolaire». Dires, la revue des cycles supérieurs de l'Université de Montréal, 10, 1 (automne 2000): 14-15. ISSN: 1192-9340.

Goulemot, Jean M. «Les sociabilités littéraires à l'époque classique (XVIIe-XVIIIe siècle)», texte électronique, 1999. Transcription par Emmanuelle Cullmann. Suivi d'une discussion: Texte présenté devant l'équipe de recherche «Littérature et civilisation du XIXe siècle» de l'Université Paris 7-Denis Diderot. Localisation:

* Le Bras-Chopard, Armelle. Le Zoo des philosophes. De la bestialisation à l'exclusion. Paris: Plon, 2000. 390 pp.

* Leconte, Patrice et Catherine Cabrol. À propos de «Ridicule»: les mots d'esprit au XVIIIe siècle. Paris: Plume, 1996. 77 pp., ill. ISBN: 2-84110-049-9.

* Léoni, Sylviane. le Poison et le remède. Théâtre, morale et rhétorique en France et en Italie (1694-1758). Studies on Voltaire and the Eighteenth Century, 360 (1998). xiii. 430 pp.

* Mason, Amelia Gere. The Women of the French Salons (1891). Disponible dans Internet (Project Gutenberg):

Mothu, Alain. «Badinages sacrilèges sur la résurrection des corps. À propos d'une lettre de Fontenelle au marquis de La Fare». la Lettre clandestine, 7 (1998).

Mothu, Alain. «Curiosité et clandestinité: le cas des textes du XVIe siècle». la Lettre clandestine, 7 (1998).

Mothu, Alain. «"La plume est une vierge"». la Lettre clandestine, 7 (1998).

Moureau, François. «L'abbé et les géants patagons ou "l'idée folle" de Gabriel-François Coyer», dans John Renwick (édit.), l'Invitation au voyage. Studies in honour of Peter France (Oxford, Voltaire Foundation, 2000), pp. 85-92.

Moureau, François. «Illustres anonymes: auteurs feints et clandestinité au XVIIIe siècle». la Lettre clandestine, 8 (1999): 55-63.

Moureau, François. «Lettre de Mannheim (1769). Lebauld de Nans ou le comédien sans paradoxe», dans Reinhard Bach, Roland Desné et Gerda Hassler (édit.), Formen der Aufklärung und ihrer Rezeption. Expressions des Lumières et de leur réception. Festschrift zum 70. Geburtstag von Ulrich Ricken (Tübingen: Stauffenburg Verlag, 1999), pp. 531-39.

Moureau, François. «Réflexions sur la communication manuscrite : nouvelles à la main et gazettes imprimées». Karlstad University Studies, 10 (2000): 1-14.

Muzerelle, Danielle. «Le marquis de Paulmy et la littérature clandestine». la Lettre clandestine, 7 (1998).

«Notes brèves (À propos de la Religio Medici de Thomas Browne. À propos d'un passage du Telliamed. L'abbé Sépher bibliophile. Pepys lecteur de l'École des filles (1668). Sur l'héritage manuscrit de Boulainviller. Le Monde, son origine et son antiquité dans une nouvelle de Nodier)». la Lettre clandestine, 7 (1998).

Pignier, Nicole. «Le romanesque au XVIIIe siècle et au XIXe siècle. Des correspondances intimes passionnelles au roman». Limoges: Université de Limoges, thèse de doctorat, 1998. 2 vol.

* Romanciers libertins du XVIIIe siècle. I. Paris: Gallimard (coll. «Bibliothèque de la Pléiade», 472), 2000. cviii, 1341 pp., ill. Édition établie sous la direction de Patrick Wald Lasowski, avec, pour ce volume, la collaboration d'Alain Clerval, Jean-Pierre Dubost, Marcel Hénaff, Pierre Saint-Amand et Roman Wald Lasowski. Textes de Godard de Beauchamps, Claude de Crébillon, Gervaise de Latouche, Godard d'Aucour, Meusnier de Querlon, Voisenon, La Morlière, Fougeret de Monbron, Boyer d'Argens et Guillard de Servigné. ISBN: 2-07-011329-9.

Rustin, Jacques. «Travestis : Faublas entre l'abbé de Croisy et le chevalier d'Éon (1735-1836)», dans Entre libertinage et Révolution. Jean-Baptiste Louvet (1760-1797). Actes du colloque du bicentenaire de la mort de Jean-Baptiste Louvet (Strasbourg, 1997) (Strasbourg: Presses universitaires de Strasbourg [coll. «Travaux du Centre d'études des Lumières de l'Université de Strasbourg», 9], 1999), pp. 21-50.

* Schopenhauer, Johanna. Promenades françaises. Éditions du félin/ARTE éditions, 2000. 256 pp. Traduction de Barbara Fontaine.

Sgard, Jean. «De Cunégonde à Julie». Recherches et travaux, 51 (1996): 121-30.

* Thérèse philosophe ou Mémoires pour servir à l'histoire du Père Dirrag et de Mademoiselle Éradice. Saint-Étienne: Publications de l'Université de Saint-Étienne (coll. «Lire le Dix-huitième siècle»), 2000. 159 pp., ill. Texte établi, présenté et annoté par François Moureau.

Thomson, Ann. «La copie de livres imprimés. L'exemple d'un ouvrage de La Mettrie». la Lettre clandestine, 7 (1998).

* Wald Lasowski, Patrick, l'Espion libertin ou le calendrier du plaisir. Philippe Picquier (coll. «Pavillon des corps curieux»), 2000. 266 pp.

Wald Lasowski, Roman. «L'amant imaginaire». Critique, 587 (avril 1996).

* Waterhouse, Rémi. Ridicule ou Les désordres causés par Grégoire Ponceludon de Malavoy à la cour de Versailles. Paris: Pocket (coll. «Pocket», 7189), 1996. 286 pp. ISBN: 2-266-07261-7

Weil, Françoise. «La notion de clandestinité». la Lettre clandestine, 7 (1998).

* Woodrow, Alain. Et ça vous fait rire! Éditions du Félin, 2000. 384 pp.

Charrière/de Zuylen

Bostoen, Karel. «La langue que j'ai oubliée. Belle de Zuylen et le néerlandais». Rapports-Het Franse Boek, 70, 2 (2000): 110-16. Disponible dans Internet:

Moser-Verrey, Monique. «Les dîners des Lettres neuchâteloises au gré des cœurs sensibles». Rapports-Het Franse Boek, 70, 2 (2000): 79-85. Disponible dans Internet:

Pelckmans, Paul. «Les surenchères du concernement. Belle et ses frères», Rapports-Het Franse Boek, 70, 2 (2000): 101-109. Disponible dans Internet:

Samson, Guillemette. «Une "Belle" anglaise. Isabelle de Zuylen / Mme de Charrière». Rapports-Het Franse Boek, 70, 2 (2000): 72-78. Disponible dans Internet:

Strien-Chardonneau, Madeleine van. «Lettres (1793-1805) d'Isabelle de Charrière à son neveu, Willem-René van Tuyll van Serooskerken. Une éducation aristocratique et post-révolutionnaire». Rapports-Het Franse Boek, 70, 2 (2000): 86-93. Disponible dans Internet:

Went-Daoust, Yvette. «Belle de Zuylen / Isabelle de Charrière. Écrivain des Lumières». Rapports-Het Franse Boek, 70, 2 (2000): 66-71. Disponible dans Internet:

Wood, Dennis. «Isabelle de Charrière moraliste». Rapports-Het Franse Boek, 70, 2 (2000): 94-100. Disponible dans Internet:


* Cavallin, Jean-Christophe. Chateaubriand et «l'homme aux songes». L'initiation à la poésie dans les «Mémoires d'outre-tombe». Paris: Presses universitaires de France (coll. «Écrivains»), 2000. 244 pp.


* Crébillon, Prosper Jolyot de. Rhadamisthe et Zénobie. Montpellier: Espaces 3, 2000. ISBN: 2-907293-36-2.

Ramirez Gomez, Carmen. «Le sylphe, le premier corps évanescent dans l'œuvre de Crébillon», dans Jean Sgard (édit.), Songe, illusion, égarement dans les romans de Crébillon (Grenoble: ELLUG, Université Stendhal, 1996). ISBN : 2 902709 99 4.

Diderot et les Encyclopédistes

* Adams, David. Bibliographie des Œuvres de Denis Diderot 1739-1900. Ferney-Voltaire: Centre international d'étude du XVIIIe siècle, 2000. 2 vols., 464, 480 pp., ill. ISBN 2-84559-009-1

Ansart, Guillaume. "Aspects of Rationality in Diderot's Supplément au voyage de Bougainville." Diderot Studies, 28 (2000): 11-20.

Beeharry-Paray, Geeta. "Les Bijoux indiscrets de Diderot: Pastiche, forgerie ou charge du conte crébillonien?" Diderot Studies, 28 (2000): 21-38.

Bernier, Marc André. «La Lettre sur les sourds et muets (1751) de Denis Diderot: une rhétorique du punctum temporis». Lumen. Travaux choisis de la Société canadienne d'étude du dix-huitième siècle. Selected Proceedings from the Canadian Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies, 18 (1999): 1-11.

Black, Moishe. "Lucretius Tells Diderot: Here's the Plan." Diderot Studies, 28 (2000): 39-58.

Braun, Théodore E. D. "Audience-Awareness Theory and Eighteenth-Century French Novels." Diderot Studies, 28 (2000): 59-74.

Curran, Andrew. "Diderot's Revisionism: Enlightenment and Blindness in the Lettres sur les aveugles." Diderot Studies, 28 (2000): 75-94.

Duflo, Colas. "Et pourquoi des dialogues en des temps de systèmes?" Diderot Studies, 28 (2000): 95-110.

Mall, Laurence. "Une autobiolecture: l'Essai sur les règnes de Claude et de Néron de Diderot." Diderot Studies, 28 (2000): 111-122.

Singerman, Alan. "Desperately Seeking Suzanne: The Semiotics of the Sound Track in Jacques Rivette's La Religieuse." Diderot Studies, 28 (2000): 141-160.

Tunstall, Kate E. "Hieroglyph and Device in Diderot's Lettres sur les sourds et muets." Diderot Studies, 28 (2000): 161-172.


* Graffigny, madame de. Correspondance de Madame de Graffigny. Tome VI. 23 octobre 1744 - 10 septembre 1745. Lettres 761-896. Oxford: Taylor Institution, Voltaire Foundation, 2000. xix, 638 pp., ill. Préparé par Pierre Bouillaguet, Judith Curtis et J.A. Dainard, avec la collaboration de M.-P. Ducretet-Powell, English Showalter et D.W. Smith. ISBN: 0-7294-0735-7

McEachern, Jo-Ann, et David Smith. «The First Edition of Mme de Graffigny's Cénie», dans The Culture of the Book. Essays from Two Hemispheres in Honour of Wallace Kirsop (Melbourne: Bibliographical Society of Australia and New Zealand, 1999), pp. 201-217.


Bonnel, Roland. «La géographie morale de la campagne dans les Contes moraux de Marmontel». Dalhousie French Studies, 52 (automne 2000): 64-82.


Cronk, N., & J. Mander. "Delilah's progress: The illustration of Manon Lescaut in 1753 and 1928." Bulletin of the John Rylands University Library of Manchester, 81, 3 (Fall 1999): 321-60.


Boulerie, Florence. «La littérature pour apprendre le réel ? Ambiguïtés du statut de la littérature chez deux pédagogues des Lumières, Rousseau et La Chalotais». Littératures classiques, 37 (automne 1999): 201-211.

* Charney, Ann. le Jardin de Rousseau. Montréal: Flammarion Québec, 1999. 252 pp. Traduction d'Hélène Le Beau.

Eigeldinger, Frédéric S., «Humeur de Rousseau en 1751 (Une lettre inédite de d'Alembert à la marquise de Créqui)», Bulletin de l'Association Jean Jacques Rousseau, 47 (1995): 28.

Eigeldinger, Frédéric S., «Quatre notes inédites de J.J. Rousseau», Bulletin de l'Association Jean Jacques Rousseau, 47 (1995): 24-27.

Kaehr, Roland. «De la réticence à l'abandon: à propos du 200e anniversaire du fonds Rousseau». Bulletin de l'Association Jean Jacques Rousseau, 47 (1995): 1-6.

Mander, J. "Julie or the New Heloise: Letters of two lovers who live in a small town at the foot of the Alps." History Workshop, 48 (Fall 1999): 258-64.


* Cecchi, Annie. Mishima Yukio: esthétique classique, univers tragique d'Apollon et Dionysos à Sade et Bataille. 1999.

Delon, Michel. «Sade voyageur et les beautés de la Rome baroque», dans John Renwick (édit.), l'Invitation au voyage. Studies in honour of Peter France (Oxford: Voltaire Foundation, 2000), pp. 209-214.

* Sade. Français, encore un effort si vous voulez être républicains! Paris: Max Milo, 2000. 186 pp. Illustrations d'Alex Barbier.

* Sade. Letters from Prison. Ed., tr. by Richard Seaver. Harvill, 2000. ISBN 1-86046-807-1 - and see review by David Coward, "Written in milk," TLS 5096 (December 1 2000): 29.


Badelon, Françoise. «Luttes d'influence et influence des luttes dans le champ de la clandestinité au XVIIIe siècle. Un exemple: Voltaire et Robinet». la Lettre clandestine, 7 (1998).

Delon, Michel. «"Convulsions de l'inquiétude" ou "léthargie de l'ennui". Variations autour d'un thème voltairien», dans Michel Delon et Catriona Seth (édit.), Voltaire en Europe. Hommage à Christiane Mervaud (Oxford: Voltaire Foundation, 2000), pp. 283-290.

Macé, Laurence. «L'édition clandestine dans la Toscane des réformes: le cas de Voltaire». la Lettre clandestine, 7 (1998).

Moureau, François, «Dans les coulisses de "Samson". Voltaire et le nouvelliste», dans Michel Delon et Catriona Seth (édit.), Voltaire en Europe. Hommage à Christiane Mervaud (Oxford, Voltaire Foundation, 2000), pp. 321-29.

* Voltaire. Candide. Paris: Hachette (coll. «Classiques Hachette», 2), 1991. 223 pp., ill. Texte établi d'après l'édition originale de 1759, revue en 1761, et d'après l'édition des œuvres complètes de Voltaire de 1775. Notes explicatives, questionnaires, bilans, documents et parcours thématique établis par Xavier Darcos. ISBN : 2.01.017875.0.

* Voltaire. Candide. Paris: Libraire générale française (coll. «Le livre de poche classique», 3111), 1995. 218 pp., ill. Introduction et notes par Sylviane Léoni. ISBN : 2-253-09808-6.

* Voltaire. la Muse philosophe. Paris: Desjonquères (coll. «XVIIIe siècle»), 2000. 178 pp. Anthologie établie par Jean Dagen.

Wootton, D. "Unhappy Voltaire, or 'I shall never get over it as long as I live.'" History Workshop, 50 (Fall 2000): 137-55.

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CANDIDE - Illustrierte Ausgaben eines Klassikers - An exhibit at Universitätsbibliothek Trier, 12. Dezember 2000 - 23. Januar 2001; Bibliothèque Nationale Luxembourg: 02. - 23. Februar 2001. The online version includes texts, bibliography, links, and an extensive collection of illustrations. Available:


Baridon, Michel. "L'Architecture, le paysage et la naissance du pittoresque: Le Rôle de Vanbrugh." Bulletin de la société d'études anglo-américaines des XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles, 51 (2000): 141-50.

Baridon, Michel. «The Cultural Historian and the Garden». Lumen. Travaux choisis de la Société canadienne d'étude du dix-huitième siècle. Selected Proceedings from the Canadian Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies, 19 (2000): 23-37, ill.

Carré, Jacques. "Le Jardin urbain au XVIIIe siècle." Bulletin de la société d'études anglo-américaines des XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles, 51 (2000): 185-200.

Chézaud, Patrick. "Culture de la Nature au XVIIIe siècle ou Le Sens dans le jardin." Bulletin de la société d'études anglo-américaines des XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles, 51 (2000): 129-40.

Degott, Pierre. "Paysages musicaux et musiques paysagères: La Musique dans les jardins d'agrément de Londres au XVIIIe siècle." Bulletin de la société d'études anglo-américaines des XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles, 51 (2000): 201-14.

Dubois, Pierre. "Les impressions successives: Jardins, musiques et temporalité dans The Elements of Criticism de Henry Home, Lord Kames." Bulletin de la société d'études anglo-américaines des XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles, 51 (2000): 215-228.

Ellis, J. "Georgian town gardens." History Today, 50, 1 (January 2000): 38-45.

Halimi, Suzy. "Lecture d'un jardin anglais: Stowe (Buckinghamshire)." Bulletin de la société d'études anglo-américaines des XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles, 51 (2000): 151-66.

Levy, Maurice. "Goths en Arcadie." Bulletin de la société d'études anglo-américaines des XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles, 51 (2000): 167-85.

* Longstaffe-Gowan, Todd. The London Town Garden, 1700-1840. Yale University Press, June 2001. 296 pp. ISBN 0-300-08538-9

Martinet, Marie-Madeleine. "Ceci n'est pas un discours sur le jardin anglais." Bulletin de la société d'études anglo-américaines des XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles, 51 (2000): 113-28.

Ogée, Frédéric. «"A Work to wonder at": essence et existence du "jardin-paysage" anglais.» Études Anglaises, 53, 4 (octobre-décembre 2000): 428-41.


* Baten, Joerg. Ernaehrung und wirtschaftliche Entwicklung in Bayern (1730 - 1880). Stuttgart: Steiner (Beitraege zur Wirtschafts- und Sozialgeschichte, 82), 1999. 217 S. ISBN 3-515-07218-7 - and see H-NET online review by Andreas Bodenstedt, published by H-Soz-u-Kult (November, 2000); available:

Boes, M.R. "Jews in the criminal-justice system of early modern Germany." Journal of Interdisciplinary History, 30, 3 (Winter 1999): 407-35.

* Csenders, Peter. Historical Dictionary of Vienna. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow (Historical Dictionaries of Cities of the World, 8), 1999. xxxv, 259 pp., maps.

* Fichtner, Paula Sutter. Historical Dictionary of Austria. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow (European Historical Dictionaries, 36), 1999. xxvi, 301 pp., maps.

* Frey, Manuel. Macht und Moral des Schenkens. Staat und buergerliche Maezene vom spaeten 18. Jahrhundert bis zur Gegenwart. Berlin: Fannei & Walz Verlag ( coll. "Buergerlichkeit, Wertewandel, Maezenatentum," 4), 1999. 306 S. ISBN 3-934189-24-5 - and see HNET online review by Peter Walkenhorst, published by H-Soz-u-Kult (November, 2000); available:

Heilbronner, O. "From ghetto to ghetto: The place of German Catholic society in recent historiography." Journal of Modern History, 72, 2 (June 2000): 453-95.

* Nitsch, Meinolf. Private Wohltaetigkeitsvereine im Kaiserreich. Die praktische Umsetzung der buergerlichen Sozialreform in Berlin.. Berlin, New York: de Gruyter (coll. "Veroeffentlichungen der Historischen Kommission zu Berlin," 98), 1999. 566 S. ISBN 3-11-016154-0 - and see HNET online review by Peter Walkenhorst, published by H-Soz-u-Kult (November, 2000); available:


* Nerius, Dieter. Beiträge zur deutschen Orthographie. Edited by Petra Ewald and Bernd Skibitzki. Frankfurt am Main: P. Lang (Sprache-System und Tätigkeit, 34), 2000. 420 pp., ill.

* Zeidlerin, Susanna Elisabeth. Jungferlicher Zeitvertreiber: Das ist allerhand Deusche Gedichte Bey Häusslicher Arbeit und stiller Einsamkeit verfertiget und zusammen getragen von Susannen Elisabeth Zeidlerin. Neudruck der Ausgabe von 1686. Edited by Cornelia Niekus Moore. Frankfurt am Main and New York: P. Lang, 2000. xlvi, 139 pp., ill.


[see title by Griffiths listed under History of Art]


Lacoue-Labarthe, P. "The theater of Hölderlin." Aut Aut, 293-94 (September-December 1999): 153-66. Introduced by A. Mirabella (152).


* Novalis. le Brouillon général. Allia, 2000. 352 pp. Traduction, annotation et présentation d'Olivier Schefer.

* Novalis. Schriften. Sechster Band 1.-2. Teilband. Der dichterische Jungendnachlass (1788-1791) und Stammbucheintagungen (1791-1792). Ed. Hans-Joachim Mähl, in collaboration with Martina Eicheldinger & Ludwig Rommel. Stuttgart: Kohlhammer, 2000. 675 pp., 590 pp. ISBN 3-17-015355-2, 3-17-015356-0 - and see review by Jeremy Adler, "Organist of the soul: Novalis the arch-Romantic but also the forerunner of Wittgenstein and Proust," TLS, 5089 (October 13, 2000): 3-4.


Clark, A. "Gender and politics in the long eighteenth century." History Workshop, 48 (Fall 1999): 252-57.

Clifford, M. "Hegel and Foucault: Toward a history without man." Clio, 29, 1 (Fall 1999): 1-22.

"Current research in labor and working class history." International Labor and Working Class History, 56 (Fall 1999): 193-98.

Dalton, K.M., & E.A. Rotundo. "Teaching gender history to secondary school students." Journal of American History, 86, 4 (March 2000): 1715-20.

"Dissertation abstracts 1998-1999." American Quarterly, 51, 4 (December 1999): 954-72 [American studies].

Emsley, C. "The policeman as worker: A comparative survey c. 1800-1940." International Review of Social History, 45, 1 (April 2000): 89-110.

* Fernández-Armesto, Felipe. Civilizations. Macmillan, 2000. 636 pp. - and see review by Sanjay Subrahmanyam, "Magpie's hoard," TLS, 5100 (December 29, 2000): 26 [the author proposes a "radical cultural history of mankind's relationship with nature, which advances a new understanding of what it means to be civilized"].

Ford, L. "Heroes, villains, and wicked priests: Authority and story in the histories of Simon Schama." Clio, 29, 1 (Fall 1999): 23-46.

Gardiner, J. "The air that I breathe: The first steps on my path to becoming a historian." History Today, 50, 10 (October 2000): 62-63.

Gleason, P. "Trouble in the Colonial melting pot." Journal of American Ethnic History, 20, 1 (Fall 2000): 3-17.

Hayward, R. "Policing dreams: History and the moral uses of the unconscious." History Workshop, 49 (Spring 2000): 143-60.

"History at university 2000." History Today, 50, 8 (August 2000): 54-58.

Jackson, T.E. "The desires of history, old and new." Clio, 28, 2 (Winter 1999): 169-87.

Jordanova, L. "Public history: An academic's views." History Today, 50, 5 (May 2000): 20-21.

McCullagh, C.B. "Bias in historical description, interpretation, and explanation." History and Theory, 39, 1 (February 2000): 39-66.

Mommsen, W.J. "Max Weber's 'grand sociology': The origins and composition of Wirtschaft und gesellschaft, soziologie." History and Theory, 39, 3 (October 2000): 364-83.

Morère, Pierre. "History and historicity in Hume's Essays." Etudes écossaises, 1 (1992): 155-162 [Ecosse Regards d'Histoire: Numéro spécial Actes du Congrès international d'études écossaises Grenoble, 1991]

Mudimbe, V.Y. "Race, identity, politics and history." Journal of African History, 41, 2 (2000): 291-94 (review essay).

* Phillips, Mark Salber. Society and Sentiment. Genres of Historical Writing in Britain, 1740-1820. Princeton University Press, 2000. 369 pp. ISBN: 0-691-00867-1 (paper); 0-691-03179-7 (cloth).

Pieters, J. "New historicism: Postmodern historiography between narrativism and heterology." History and Theory, 39, 1 (February 2000): 21-38.

Smolenski, J. "Culture, history and the 'religion concept.'" American Quarterly, 51, 4 (December 1999): 882-94 [review essay].

"Social theory and social science." International Review of Social History, 45, 1 (April 2000): 131-61 [bibliography]/

Todd, J. "Defending history in the classroom." History Workshop, 49 (Spring 2000): 204-208.

Tollebeek, J. "Seeing the past with the mind's eye: The consecration of the romantic historian." Clio, 29, 2 (Winter 2000): 167-91.

Vansina, J. "Linguistic evidence and historical reconstruction." Journal of African History, 40, 3 (1999): 469-73 (review essay).

§ History and Theory, 39, 3 (October 2000) includes a special section on "Culture and Explanation in Historical Inquiry" - titles include R. Biernacki, "Language and the shift from signs to practices in cultural inquiry" (289-310); A. Kane, "Reconstructing culture in historical explanation: Narratives as cultural structure and practice" (311-30); J.R. Hall, "Cultural meanings and cultural structures in historical explanation" (331-47); C. Lorenz, "Some afterthoughts on culture and explanation in historical inquiry" (348-63).

§ History and Theory, 38, 4 (December 1999) is a special issue on "The Return of Science: Evolutionary Ideas and History." Titles include D.G. Shaw, "The return of science" (1-9); A.F.H. Naccache, "A brief history of evolution" (10-32); M. Stuart-Fox, "Evolutionary theory of history" (33-51); J. Fracchia, & R.C. Lewontin, "Does culture evolve?" (52-78); D. Dawson, "Evolutionary theory and group selection: The question of warfare" (79-100); A. Pena, "On the role of mathematical biology in contemporary historiography" (101-20); S. Berry, "On the problem of laws in nature and history: A comparison" (121-37); D.E. Brown, "Human nature and history" (138-57).

[see also title by Price listed under England - History; by Heilbronner listed under Germany - History]


* du Prey, Pierre de la Ruffiniére. Hawksmoor's London Churches: Architecture and Theology. University of Chicago Press, 2000.

Harris, John. "What might be called a frame-up: The Hogarth House." British Art Journal, 1, 2 (Spring 2000): 19-21.

Knox, Tim. "'A mortifying lesson to human vanity': Ralph Willett's library at Merly House, Dorset." Apollo, 152, 461 (New Series) (July 2000): 38-45.

* Pearson, Lynn. British Breweries: An Architectural History. Hambledon, 2000. 255 pp. ISBN 1-85285-191-0 - and see review by J. Mordaunt Crook, "On every infant's tongue," TLS 5096 (December 1 2000): 21.

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


Alexander, David. "The Daryl's Satires of Hair Fashions." Print Quarterly, 17 (2000), 173-75.

Alexander, David. Richard Newton and English Caricature in the 1790s. Manchester: Whitworth Art Gallery, & Manchester University Press, 1998. x, 177, pp., ill.

Amic, Sylvain, & Sylvie Patry. "Les recueils de costumes à l'usage des peintres (XVIIIe-XIXe siècles): un genre éditorial au service de la peinture d'histoire?" Histoire de l'art, 46 (June 2000): 39-66.

Barker, Elizabeth E. "New light on The Orrery: Joseph Wright and the representation of astronomy in 18th-century Britain." British Art Journal, 1, no. 2 (Spring 2000): 29-37.

Belhaouari, Luis. "Jean Démosthène Dugourc: Graveur de Sacrifice à Vénus, d'après un tableau de Caspar Netscher anciennement dans les collections du Palais Royale." Nouvelles de l'estampe, 170 (May-June 2000): 27-34.

Bristol, Kerry. "The Society of Dilettanti, James 'Athenian' Stuart and the Anson family." Apollo, 152, 461 (New Series) (July 2000): 46-54.

Châtel, Laurent. "'Getting the Picture' of the Picturesque: Some Thoughts on the Greatest British Aesthetic Muddle of the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries." Bulletin de la société d'études anglo-américaines des XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles, 51 (2000): 229-50.

Cooper, Tarnya. "Dutch History Prints." Print Quarterly, 17 (2000), 171-72.

Coutu, Joan. "'A very grand and seigneurial design': The Duke of Richmond's Academy in Whitehall." British Art Journal, 1, 2 (Spring 2000): 47-54.

Eidelberg, Martin. "'Landskips...dark and gloomy': Reintroducing Henry Ferguson." Apollo, 52, 463 (New Series) (September 2000): 27-36.

Eusman, Elmer. "Ploos van Amstel's Mark." Print Quarterly, 17, 3 (September 2000): 248-61 [print making technique, & the small authentification image van Amstel printed on the verso of his works]

Forbes, Duncan. "'Dodging and watching the natural incidents of the peasantry': Genre Painting in Scotland 1780-1830." Oxford Art Journal, 23, 2 (2000): 79-94.

Griffiths, Antony. "Goethe, Boerner, and the Artists of their Time." Print Quarterly, 17 (2000): 51-52. [On C. G. Boerner's substantial dealer catalogue Goethe, Boerner, and the Artists of Their Time (1999).]

Griffiths, Antony. "'The Print in Stuart Britain' Revisited." Print Quarterly, 17 (2000): 115-22.

Grosskurth, Brian. "Shifting Monuments: Falconet's Peter the Great between Diderot and Eisenstein." Oxford Art Journal 23, 2 (2000): 49-78.

Guicharnaud, Hélène. "Louis de Boullogne au réfectoire des Petits Pères." Gazette des Beaux Arts, 136, 1578-79 (juillet-août 2000): 49-56.

Harskamp, Jaap. "Renaissance and renovation. The influence of Lenoir's Musée des monumens français, 1795-1816." Gazette des Beaux Arts, 136, 1580 (September 2000): 103-108. [in English]

Jollet, Etienne. "Between Allegory and Topography: the Project for a Statue to Louis XVI in Brest (1785-1786) and the Question of the Pedestal in Public Statuary in Eighteenth-century France." Oxford Art Journal, 23, 2 (2000): 49-78.

McClellan, Andrew. "The Life and Death of a Royal Monument: Bouchardon's Louis XV." Oxford Art Journal, 23, 2 (2000): 1-28.

Moisan, Rebecca, Jenny Williamson, & Robin Simon. "X-ray of Wilson's Solitude: hermits and nudes." British Art Journal, 1, 2 (Spring 2000): 68.

Peltz, Lucy. "Aestheticizing the Ancestral City: Topography and the Representation of London in the Long Eighteenth Century." Art History, 22 (1999): 472-94. [On antiquarian representations of London, as Wenceslaus Hollar's engravings authorized by the Society of Antiquaries.]

* Préaud, Maxime. Inventaire du fonds français: Graveurs du XVIIe siècle. Vol. 12: Jean Lepautre, deuxième partie. Paris: Bibliotheque Nationale, 1999. 336 pp., ill.

Pressly, William L. "The reappearance of a portrait by James Barry: 'D. Solly' and 'thought's exchange'." British Art Journal, 1, 2 (Spring 2000): 62-66.

Pupil, François. "La miniature dans la peinture." Gazette des Beaux Arts, 136, 1581 (octobre 2000): 124-140.

Schneider, Sabine M. "Zwischen Klassizismus und Autonomieäthetik der Moderne Die Ornamentdebatte um 1800 und die Autonomisierung des Ornaments." Zeitschrift für Kunstgeschichte, 63, 3 (2000): 339-357.

Simon, Robin. "Richard Wilson's 'Scipio' landscape: a painting for a drawing." British Art Journal, 1, 2 (Spring 2000): 67-68.

Sunderland, John. "John Hamilton Mortimer's Bacchanalian Dance." British Art Journal, 1, 2 (Spring 2000): 69.

Wardroper, John. "[Richard] Newton." Print Quarterly, 17 (2000), 175-76.

Wilson, Ming. "Fengshui, opium and bound feet: Chinese watercolours for the West." Apollo, 152, 465 (New Series) (November 2000): 24-28.


* Bindman, David, ed. William Blake: The Complete Illuminated Books. Thames & Hudson, 2000. 480 pp. - reviewed with title by Hamlyn.

Essick, Robert N. "Blake in the Marketplace 1999." Blake: An Illustrated Quarterly, 32 (2000): 100-34.

* Hamlyn, Robin, & Micahel Phillips, eds. William Blake. Tate Gallery, 2000. 301 pp. ISBN 1-85437-314-5 - and see review by John Mee, "Revisons of the Prophet. Messier than a mystic: the surprising literalness of William Blake." TLS 5096 (December 1 2000): 20-21.

Williams, N.M. "Eating Blake, or an essay on taste: The case of Thomas Harris's Red Dragon. Cultural Critique, 42 (Spring 1999): 137-62.


Black, Bernard. "Canova's lost model for Hercules and Lichas preserved in bronze: the definitive French casts, the copies and the confusions." Apollo, 152, 463 (New Series) (September 2000): 13-21.

Clifford, Jane. "Miss Berry and Canova: a singular relationship." Apollo, 52, 463 (New Series) (September 2000): 3-12.


Chézaud, Patrick. "Jean Siméon Chardin et la peinture des idées britanniques." Bulletin de la société d'études anglo-américaines des XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles, 51 (2000): 251-72.


Brewer, David A. "Making Hogarth Heritage." Representations, 72 (Fall 2000): 21-63.

Egerton, Judy. "Death by Hogarth." Print Quarterly, 17 (2000), 50. [On an exhibition at Harvard's Fogg Museum, with published catalogue, Death by Hogarth (1999); 72 pp., ill.]

Stevenson, C. "Hogarth's mad King and his audiences." History Workshop, 49 (Spring 2000): 25-43.


Deconinck-Brossard, Françoise. "Recréation picturale d'une récréation musicale: Le Tableau de la famille Sharp par Zoffany." Bulletin de la société d'études anglo-américaines des XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles, 51 (2000): 273-80.


Mercer, Matthew. "Dissenting academies and the education of the laity, 1750-1850." History of Education, 30, 1 (2000): 35-58.

[see also title by Lupo listed under Italy - History]


* Baker, J.H. The Common Law Tradition: Lawyers, Books and the Law. Hambledon, 2000. 382 pp. ISBN 1-85285-181-3 - and see review by David Lemmings, "By common report," TLS, 5100 (December 29, 2000): 30.

Bedell, J. "Archaeology and probate inventories in the study of eighteenth-century life." Journal of Interdisciplinary History, 31, 2 (Fall 2000): 223 ff.

* Masciola, Amy. "The unfortunate maid exemplified": Elizabeth Canning and representations of infanticide in 18th-century England." In Mark Jackson, ed., Infanticide: Historical Perspectives on Child Murder and its Concealment, 1550-2000 (Ashgate, November 2001). ISBN 0-7546-0318-0.

Rabin, Dana. "Bodies of evidence, states of mind? Insanity, infanticide, and the self in the 18th century." In Mark Jackson, ed., Infanticide: Historical Perspectives on Child Murder and its Concealment, 1550-2000 (Ashgate, November 2001). ISBN 0-7546-0318-0.

Sharpe, Jim and Roger Dickinson. Infanticide in Cheshire, 1650-1800. In: Mark Jackson, ed., Infanticide: Historical Perspectives on Child Murder and its Concealment, 1550-2000 (Ashgate, November 2001). ISBN 0-7546-0318-0.

Rudolph, J. "Rape and resistance: Women and consent in seventeenth-century English legal and political thought." Journal of British Studies, 39, 2 (April 2000): 157-84.

Shore, H, "The idea of juvenile crime in 19th-century England." History Today, 50, 6 (June 2000): 21-27.

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


Bever, E. "Witchcraft fears and psychosocial factors in disease." Journal of Interdisciplinary History, 30, 4 (Spring 2000): 573 ff.

Bitbol-Hespériès, Annie. «Descartes, Reader of Harvey: The Discovery of the Circulation of Blood in Context». Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal, 22, 1 (2000): 15-40. ISSN: 0093-4240.

Charbonneau, Frédéric. «Le médecin, le cuisinier et le philosophe». SVEC, 8 (2000).

* Cowen, David L. Pharmacopoeias and Related Literature in Britain and America, 1618-1847. Ashgate, 2001. 320 pp. ISBN 0-86078-842-3

Crawford, C. "Patients' rights and the law of contract in eighteenth-century England." Social History of Medicine 13, 3 (December 2000): 381-410.

Deshpande, V. "Indian influences on early Chinese ophthalmology: Glaucoma as a case study." Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, 62, 2 (1999): 306-22.

Ebrahimnejad, H. "Theory and practice in nineteenth-century Persian medicine: Intellectual and institutional reforms." History of Science, 38, 120, 2 (June 2000): 171-78.

Modestin, Georg. "Royal Therapy as a Collective Error" - a retrospective review essay on Marc Bloch, Les rois thaumaturges: Étude sur le caractère surnaturel attribué à la puissance royale particulièrement en France et en Angleterre (Strasbourg, 1924), published by H-Ideas (November, 2000) [deals with the "king's touch" as a cure for scrofula]; available online:

Sanz, Pilar Leon. "Medical theories of Tarantism in eighteenth-century Spain." In Peregrine Horden, ed., Music as Medicine: The History of Music Therapy Since Antiquity (Ashgate, 2000). ISBN 1840142995

Rock, J. "An important Scottish anatomical publication rediscovered." Book Collector, 49, 1 (Spring 2000): 27-60 [Alexander Monro, Edinburgh, Medical Essays and Observations].

Rousseau, G.S., & D. Haycock. "The Jew of Crane Court: Emanuel Mendes da Costa (1717-91), natural history and natural excess." History of Science, 38, 120, 2 (June 2000): 127-70.

* Stevenson, Christine. Medicine and Magnificence: British Hospital and Asylum Architecture, 1660-1815. Yale University Press, 2001. 320 pp. ISBN 0-300-08536-2

Vaughan, M. "Slavery, smallpox, and revolution: 1792 in Ile de France (Mauritius)." Social History of Medicine, 13, 3 (December 2000): 411-28.

White, J.S. "The 1653 English edition of De motu cordis, shown to be Harvey's vernacular original and revealing crucial aspects of his pre-circulation theory and its connection to the discovery of the circulation of the blood." History and Philosophy of the Life Sciences, 21, 1 (1999): 65-91.

Wilson, A. "On the history of disease concepts: The case of pleurisy." History of Science, 38, 121, 3 (September 2000): 271-19.

[see also title by Curtin listed under Africa &c.]

On the web

Literature, Arts, and Medicine Database -- Hippocrates Project, New York University School of Medicine, founded by Dr. Felice Aull; searchable annotated bibliography of prose, poetry, film, video, and art relating to medicine & medical humanities. Available:

Medicine Through Time - BBC Online's interactive educational project charting the history of medicine from early times until the modern age; covers diseases & treatments, anatomy and surgery, hospitals, public health, & alternative medicine. A Shockwave site; also available in text-only form; available:


* Ashbee, Andrew, & David Lasocki. A Biographical Dictionary of English Court Musicians, 1485-1714. Aldershot: Ashgate, 1998. 2 vols., 1249 pp.

Andrewes, Richard. "Music Bibliographies of 1997." Brio, 36 (1999), 60-68. "Music Bibliographies of 1998." Brio, 37 (2000), 24-33.

* Bashford, Christina, & Leanne Langley, eds. Music and British Culture, 1785-1914: Essays in Honour of Cyril Ehrlich. Oxford University Press, 2000. 488 pp., ill., musical examples. ISBN 0-19-816730-X

* Breitner, Karin, ed. Katalog der Sammlung Anthony van Hoboken in der Musiksammlung der Österreichischen Nationalbibliothek. Vol. 16: Drucke des 17. bis 19. Jahrhunderts von Albrechtsberger bis Zumsteeg. Tutzing: Hans Schneider, 1998. 194 pp.

* Careri, Enrico, ed. Catalogo fondo musicale Chiti-Corsini della Biblioteca Corsiniana. Rome: Accademia nazionale dei Lincei (Indici e sussidi bibliografici della Biblioteca, 12), 1998. 207 pp.

* Drone, Jeanette Marie. Musical Theater Synopses: An Index. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow, 1998. 439 pp.

* Crowther, Victoria. The Oratorio in Bologna 1650-1730. Oxford University Press, 2000. 187 pp. ISBN 0-19-816635-4 - and see brief review by Anthony Pryer, TLS, 5095 (November 24, 2000): 37.

* Honegger, Marc, and Paul Prévost. Dictionnaire de la musique vocale: Lyrique, religieuse et profane. Paris: Larousse, 1998. Pp. 816.

* Jappe, Michael, & Dorothea Jappe, eds. Viola d'amore Bibliographie: Das Repertoire für die historische Viola d'amore von ca. 1680 bis nach 1800: Kommentiertes thematisches Verzeichnis nebst vier Exkursen zu wichtigen Komponisten. Winterthur: Amadeus, 1997. 224 pp.

* Leve, James, ed. The Kay Swift Papers: Yale University Music Library, Archival Collection MSS 65. Yale University Music Library, 1998. 234 pp.

* Naugebauer, Marion, Hans Schneider, & Georg Zauner. Musikerautographen in Sammlung Helmut Manz: Katalog. Tutzing: Hans Schneider, 1998. 132 pp.

* Shadwick, Keith. The Guinness Guide to Classical Composers. London: Guinness, 1998. 416 pp.

* Temperley, Nicholas. The Hymn Tune Index: A Census of English-Language Hymn Tunes in Printed Sources from 1535 to 1820. Oxford University Press, 1998. 4 vols.

* Wasson, D. De Witt. Hymn-tune Index and Related Hymn Materials. Lanham, MD, & London: Scarecrow (Studies in Liturgical Musicology, 6), 1998. 3 vols.

* Wessely, Othmar. Die älteren Libretti der Bibliothek des Instituts für Musikwissenschaft der Universität Wien. Wien: Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, 1998. 582 pp.

* Zolesi, Ilaria. I manoscritti musicali della Biblioteca universitaria di Pisa: Storia e catalogo. Lucca: Libreria musicale italiana (Studi musicali toscani, 2), 1998. 199 pp.

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


* Cantagrel, Gilles. Passion Bach. L'album d'une vie. Paris: Textuel, 2000. 214 pp., ill.

* Dürr, Alfred, Yoshitake Kobayashi, & Kirsten Beisswenger. Bach-Werke-Verzeichnis. Keline Ausgabe. Wiesbaden: Breitkopf & Härtel, 1998. 520 pp.

* Lester, Joel. Bach's Works for Solo Violin: Style, Structure, Performance. Oxford University Press, 2000. 175 pp. ISBN 0-19-512097-3 [reviewed with title by Wolff].

* Overduin, Jan. Johann Sebastian Bach's Die Kunst der Fuge, BWV 1080 for Organ or Keyboard with Commentary. Lewiston, NY: E. Mellen (Studies in History and Interpretation of Music, 67), 2001 [2000]. 204 pp.

* Parrott, Andrew. The Essential Bach Choir. Boydell Press, 2000. 223 pp. ISBN 0-85115-786-6 [reviewed with title by Wolff]

Rosen, Charles. "Genius in Private." New York Review of Books 47, 20 (December 20, 2000) [review essay].

* Schulenberg, David, ed. Bach Perspectives 4. University of Nebraska Press, 2000. 208 pp. ISBN 0-8032-1051-5 [reviewed with title by Wolff]

* Stinson, Russell. The Orgelbüchlein. Oxford University Press, 2000. 208 pp. ISBN 0-19-386214-X [reviewed with title by Wolff]

* Wolff, Christoph. Johann Sebastian Bach: The Learned Musician. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 2000. 599 pp. ISBN 0-19-816534-X - and see review by Andrew Manze, "A chorus of four?" TLS, 5094 (November 17, 2000): 809.


* Carroll, Paul. Baroque Woodwind Instruments: A Guide to Their History, Repertoire, and Basic Technique. Ashgate, 2000. 181 pp. - and see brief untitled review by Colin Jones, TLS 5096 (December 1 2000): 33.


* Deshoulières, Christophe. l'Opéra baroque et la scène moderne. Paris: Fayard, 2000. 984 pp.


* Burden, Michael, ed. Henry Purcell's Operas: The Complete Texts. Oxford University Press, 2000. 544 pp., ill. ISBN 0-19-816445-9


* Chidester, David. Christianity: A Global History. Allen Lane - Penguin, 2000. 688 pp. ISBN 0-713-99433-9 - and see review by Adrian Hastings, "A slant on the Church," TLS, 5094 (November 17, 2000): 28.

Schröder, Winfried. «Le De tribus impostoribus (De imposturis religionum). Sa date et son auteur». la Lettre clandestine, 7, (1998).

[see also title by Ferrell & McCullough listed under England - Literature]

Christianity - Protestant - Anglican

[see title by English listed under Bibliography]

Christianity - Protestant - Baptists

* Copeland, David A. Benjamin Keach and the Development of Baptist Traditions in Seventeenth-Century England. (Studies in Religion and Society, 48.) Lewiston, NY: E. Mellen, 2000. 220 pp.

Christianity - Protestant - Dissenters

Mack, P. "Religious dissenters in enlightenment England." History Workshop, 49 (Spring 2000): 1-24.

Christianity - Protestant - Shaker

* Duffield, Holley Gene. Historical Dictionary of the Shakers. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow (Historical Dictionaries of Religions, Philosophies, and Movements, 28), 2000. xxvi, 219 pp. [includes listing of museums and libraries with Shaker collections].

Christianity - Protestant - Unitarian

* Watts, Ruth. Gender, Power and the Unitarians in England 1760-1860. New York: Longman (coll. "Women and Men in History"), 1998. xii, 236 pp. ISBN 0-582-28826-6 - and see HNET online review by Robert J. Naeher, "Hurrah for the Unitarians!" published by H-Albion (November, 2000); available:

Christianity - Roman Catholic

[see title by Heilbronner listed under Germany - History]


§ Cahiers du monde russe, 41, 2-3 (avril-septembre 2000) is a special issue devoted to Islam in Siberia ("Islam sibérien"); titles include Nikolaj A. Tomilov, "Ethnic processes within the Turkic population of the West Siberian plain" [16th-20th centuries]; Svetlana N. Korusenko, "Composition ethnique et relations intercommunautaires des Tatars du Moyen-Irtysh (fin XVIIIe - fin XXe siècles): Étude de quelques relevés démographiques et généalogiques"; Allen J. Frank, "Varieties of Islamization in Inner Asia: the case of the Baraba Tatars, 1740-1917"; Christian Noack, "Die sibirischen Bucharioten - eine muslimische Minderheit unter russischer Herrschaft"; Thierry Zarcone, "Les confréries soufies en Sibérie (XIXe siècle et début du Xe siècle)"; Stéphane A. Dudoignon, "Un islam périphérique ? Quelques réflexions sur la presse musulmane de Sibérie à la veille de la Première Guerre mondiale."; Aleksandr G. Seleznev, "Le syncrétisme islam-paganisme chez les peuples turks de Sibérie occidentale"; Shulpan K. Ahmetova, "L'islam dans la culture des Qazaqs de Sibérie occidentale"; Xavier Le Torrivellec, "Entre steppes et stèles. Territoires et identités au Bachkortostan"; Marine Leberre- Semenov, "Le mouvement de conservation d'une ethnie en voie d'extinction, les Youkaguirs."

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

On the web

Quran Browser Advanced Home Page - (Brown University's Scholarly Technology Group) Searches Quranic passages by keyword, substring, word pattern, phrase searches, logical operations on groups of Quranic passages; passages may be retrieved from five editions. Available:


Archer, Jean Barbara, & Gordon Leslie Herries Davies. "Inspiration from Nature and Some Plays Written by John O'Keeffe (1747-1823)." Archives of Natural History, 27 (2000): 123-35.

Baldwin, M. "Assaying Robert Boyle." Isis, 90, 4 (December 1999): 772-74 (review essay).

Ben-Chaim, M. "The value of facts in Boyle's experimental philosophy." History of Science, 38, 119, 1 (March 2000): 57-77.

* Buffon. Natural History, General & Particular. Bristol, Thoemmes, 2000. 9 vol. Traduction de l'édition de 1791 par William Smellie (1740-1795). Introduction d'Aaron Garrett. ISBN : 1 85506 842 7.

Burnett, D.G. "The history of cartography and the history of science." Isis, 90, 4 (December 1999): 775-80 (review essay).

Carrell, Jennifer Lee. "Newton's Vice: Some Say Alchemy Inspired Our Greatest Scientist." Smithsonian, 31, 9 (December 2000): 130-44.

Cherni, Amor. «Brute Matter and Organic Matter in Buffon». Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal, 22, 1 (2000): 87-105. Traduction d'Edward B. Rackley. ISSN: 0093-4240.

* Clark, David, & Stephen P.H. Clark. Newton's Tyranny. The Suppressed Scientific Discoveries of Stephen Gray and John Flamsteed. W.H. Freeman, 2000.

Cohen, S.S. "A guide to the history of biochemistry." Isis, 91, 1 (March 2000): 120-24 (review essay).

* Davy. The Collected Works of Sir Humphry Davy. Edited by John Davy. Orig. pub. 1839-1840. Bristol: Thoemmes, May 2001. 9 vols.. 3695 pp. ISBN 1-85506-907-5.

Fan, F.T. "Hybrid discourse and textual practice: Sinology and natural history in the nineteenth century." History of Science, 38, 119, 1 (March 2000): 25-56.

Findlen, P. "Surveying the history of science." Isis, 91, 1 (March 2000): 117-20 (review essay).

Horstmann, F. "A building-block in Kepler reception: Thomas Hobbes's Physica coelestis." Studia Leibnitiana, 30, 2 (1998): 135-60.

Jackson, M.W. "Labor, skills, and practices in the scientific enterprise: Recent works in the cultural history of science." Journal of Modern History, 71, 4 (December 1999): 902-13.

Jankovic, V. "The place of nature and the nature of place: The chorographic challenge to the history of British provincial science." History of Science, 38, 119, 1 (March 2000): 79-113.

Jardine, N. "Uses and abuses of anachronism in the history of the sciences." History of Science, 38, 121, 3 (September 2000): 251-70.

* Meijer, Mirian Claude. Race and Aesthetics in the Anthropology of Petrus Camper (1722-1789). Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1999.

Palti, A. "The 'metaphor of life': Herder's philosophy of history and uneven developments in late eighteenth-century natural sciences." History and Theory, 38, 3 (October 1999): 322-47.

Pieters, Florence F. J. M., & Diny Winthagen. "Maria Sibylla Merian, naturalist and artist (1647-1717): A Commemoration on the Occasion of the 350th Anniversary of Her Birth." Archives of Natural History, 26 (1999), 1-18.

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

Mertens, J. "From Tubal Cain to Faraday: William Whewell as a philosopher of technology." History of Science, 38, 121, 3 (September 2000): 321-42.

Miller, D.P. "'Puffing Jamie': The commercial and ideological importance of being a 'philosopher' in the case of the reputation of James Watt (1736-1819)." History of Science, 38, 119, 1 (March 2000): 1-24.

Roberts, L. "Science becomes electric: Dutch interaction with the electrical machine during the eighteenth century." Isis, 90, 4 (December 1999): 680-714.

Rudwick, Martin. "George Cuvier's Paper Museum of Fossil Bones." Archives of Natural History, 27 (2000): 51-68, ill.

Sarasohn, L.T. "Thomas Hobbes and the Duke of Newcastle: A study in the mutuality of patronage before the establishment of the Royal Society." Isis, 90, 4 (December 1999): 715-37.

* Thackray, J. C. A. A Guide to the Official Archives of the Natural History Museum, London. London: Society for the History of Natural History, on behalf of the Natural History Museum, London, 1998. xix, 174 pp.

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

On the web

Astronomiae Historia - History of Astronomy - Created by the Working Group for the History of Astronomy, this site covers observatories, biographies, archives and libraries, museums, research institutes, publications, meetings, societies, and historians of astronomy, with links. Available in German & English versions:

Classic Chemistry - this page by Carmen Giunta (LeMoyne College) provides selected classic texts from the history of chemistry, glossary of archaic chemical terms, a weekly calendar of anniversaries in the history of chemistry, and links. Available: International Society for the History, Philosophy, and Social Studies of Biology - The ISHPSSB is an interdisciplinary organization composed of scholars in the life sciences, social sciences, and history and philosophy of science. "Beginner's Guide to Research in the History of Science," Newsletter archive, links. Available:



Fudge, E. "Monstrous acts: Bestiality in early modern England." History Today, 50, 8 (August 2000): 20-25.

Gaimster, D. "Sex and sensibility at the British Museum." History Today, 50, 9 (September 2000): 10-15.

Pellegrin, Nicole. «Le genre et l'habit. Figures du travestisme féminin sous l'Ancien Régime». Clio. Histoire, femmes et sociétés, 10 (1999): 21-54.

Pignier, Nicole. «Le mythe de l'androgyne, son évolution au siècle des Lumières». Revue du Centre de recherche sur l'insolite et le merveilleux en littérature, 17, (décembre 1999-janvier 2000).

Schmidtke, S. "Homoeroticism and homosexuality in Islam: A review article." Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, 62, 2 (1999): 260-66.

[see also title by Rustin listed under France - Literature; by Rudolph under History of Law]


Chatterjee, I. "A slave's quest for selfhood in eighteenth-century Hindustan." Indian Economic and Social History Review, 37, 1 (January-March 2000): 53-86.

Chaudhuri, Rosinka. "'Young India: A Bengal Eclogue': Or Meat-Eating, Race, And Reform In A Colonial Poem." Interventions: International Journal of Postcolonial Studies, 2, 3 (2000): 424-41.

Fisher, M.H. :Representing 'his' women: Mirza Abu Talib Khan's 1801 Vindication of the Liberties of Asiatic Women." Indian Economic and Social History Review, 37, 2 (April-June 2000): 216-37.

Frost, M.J, "Coping with scarcity: Wild foods and common lands: Kheda district, 1824/5." Indian Economic and Social History Review, 37, 3 (July-September 2000): 295-329.

Hall, K.R. "Coinage, trade and economy in early South India and its Southeast Asian neighbours." Indian Economic and Social History Review. 36, 3 (October-December 1999): 431-59.

* Lewis, Charles, & Karoki Lewis. Delhi's Historic Villages: A Photographic Evocation. Delhi: Ravi Dayal, 2000. 150 pp. ISBN 81-7530-011-6 - and see review by William Dalrymple, "Is this not the great Babylon? The fate of Old Delhi - an a blueprint for its preservation," TLS, 5100 (December 29, 2000): 16-17.

Marshall, P.J. "The making of an imperial icon: The case of Warren Hastings." Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, 27, 3 (September 1999): 1-16.

* Nanda, Ratis. Delhi: The Built Heritage. Delhi: INTACH, 2000. 2 vols., 737 pp. ISBN 81-900281-9-7 - and see review by William Dalrymple, "Is this not the great Babylon? The fate of Old Delhi - an a blueprint for its preservation," TLS, 5100 (December 29, 2000): 16-17.

Naregal, V. "Language and power in pre-colonial western India: Textual hierarchies, literate audiences and colonial philology." Indian Economic and Social History Review, 37, 3 (July-September 2000): 259-94.

Perrett, R.W. "History, time, and knowledge in ancient India." History and Theory, 38, 3 (October 1999): 307-21.

Pinch, W.R. "Same difference in India and Europe: Postmodernism and deconstruction in south Asian historiography." History and Theory, 38, 3 (October 1999): 389-407.

Robb, P. "Credit, work and race in 1790s Calcutta: Early colonialism through a contemporary European view." Indian Economic and Social History Review, 37, 1 (January-March 2000): 1-25.

[see also title by Teltscher listed under England - History]


Barker, N. "Ben Weinreb: In memoriam." Book Collector, 48, 3 (Fall 1999): 450-55.

Barker, N. "Michael Treadwell: In memoriam." Book Collector, 48, 3 (Fall 1999): 455-57.

"Don McKenzie: In memoriam." Book Collector, 48, 3 (Fall 1999): 445-50.

Hara, K. "Torataro Shimomura (1902-1995)." Studia Leibnitiana, 31, 1 (1999): 3-5.

"Lucien Scheler: In memoriam." Book Collector, 48, 3 (Fall 1999): 457.

Niiniluoto, I., & R. Vilkko. "Raili Kauppi, April 10, 1920 - August, 1995 - In memoriam." Studia Leibnitiana, 31, 2 (1999): 131-32.

"W.J. West: In memoriam." Book Collector, 48, 3 (Fall 1999): 458.


* Cox, Neville. Blasphemy and the Law in Ireland. Lewiston, NY: E. Mellen, 2000. 236 pp. ISBN 0773475923

Curtis, L,P. "The four Erins: Feminine images of Ireland, 1780-1900." Eire - Ireland, 33, 3-4 (Fall-Winter 1998): 70-102.

Dunphy, R. "Gender and sexuality in Ireland." Irish Historical Studies, 31, 124 (November 1999): 549-57.

Elis, S.G. "The collapse of the Gaelic world, 1450-1650." Irish Historical Studies, 31, 124 (November 1999): 449-69.

Griffin, P. "Defining the limits of Britishness: The 'new' British history and the meaning of the revolution settlement in Ireland for Ulster's Presbyterians." Journal of British Studies, 39, 3 (July 2000): 263-87.

* Lecky, W.E.H. A History of Ireland in the Eighteenth Century. Thoemmes, 2001. ISBN 1855066432 [facsimile ed.]

Little, P. "The first unionists? Irish Protestant attitudes to union with England, 1653-9." Irish Historical Studies, 32,125 (May 2000): 44-58.

"Major accessions to repositories relating to Irish history, 1998." Irish Historical Studies, 31, 124 (November 1999): 558-61.

* McLoughlin, Thomas O. Contesting Ireland: Irish Voices Against England in the Eighteenth Century. Dublin: Four Courts Press, 1999. ISBN: 1851824480 (cloth); 1851824499 (paper).

* O'Regan, Philip. Archbishop William King of Dublin and the Constitution in Church and State. Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2000.

Quinn, J. "Theobald Wolfe Tone and the historians." Irish Historical Studies, 32,125 (May 2000): 113-28 [review article].

Webb, Timothy. "Coleridge and Robert Emmet: Reading the Text of Irish Revolution." Irish Studies Review, 8, 3 (2000): 303-24.

Woods, C.J. "Theses on Irish history completed in Irish universities, 1998." Irish Historical Studies, 31, 124 (November 1999): 562-64.

[see also titles by Harris and by Pitcher listed under Bibliography &c.; by Kane listed under Native Americans]



Clark, Carlton. "Such a Vision of the Street as the Street Hardly Understands: Jonathan Swift, T. S. Eliot, and the Anti-Pastoral." Erfurt Electronic Studies in English (2000), available:


Lupo, M. "Reorganization of the public education system in the Kingdom of Naples during the French period." Journal of Modern Italian Studies, 4, 3 (Fall 1999): 329-49.

* Napoléon, prince Charles. Bonaparte et Paoli. Aux origines de la question corse. Paris: Perrin/La Marge, 2000. 252 p.

Stevens, D, "Orphans and musicians in Venice: A unique system of social support in 18th-century Venice that brought great economic, social and cultural benefits." History Today, 50, 5 (May 2000): 22-27.

§ The Journal of Modern Italian Studies, 4, 3 (Fall 1999) includes a special section on "Perspectives and Debates: The Neapolitan Revolution of 1799" -titles include: J.A. Davis, "The Neapolitan revolution of 1799-1999: Between history and myth" (350-79); A.M. Rao, "Popular societies in the Neapolitan Republic of 1799" (358-69); T. Willette, "1799-1899: Heroic memory in the centennial of the Repubblica Napoletana" (369-79); G. Pasquino, "The election of the tenth President of the Italian Republic" (405-415).

[see also title by Viviès listed under Scotland - Literature - Boswell]



Goldoni. La Trilogie de la villégiature. L'Avant-scène théâtre, Paris, 1074 (15 juillet 2000), 80 pp., ill.


Ragussis, M. "Jews and other 'Outlandish Englishmen': Ethnic performance and the invention of British identity under the Georges." Critical Inquiry, 26, 4 (Summer 2000): 773-97.

[see also title by Boes listed under Germany &c. - History; by Rousseau & Haycock listed under History of Science]

On the web

American Jewish Historical Society - AJHS collects, preserves, and disseminates materials relating to American-Jewish history from the 1500s until the present. AJHS's website includes AJHS history, information about their lecture series information, publication list, links, discussion group, &information on how to apply for AJHS's prizes and fellowships; AJHS preserves archival materials & a genealogical reference service. Available:

National Museum of American Jewish History - access to the museum's exhibitions & special educational events; comparative time line documenting American, world, and Jewish history from the 15th-20th centuries. Available:



* Dore, Elizabeth, & Maxine Molyneux, eds. Hidden Histories of Gender and the State in Latin America. Duke University Press, 2000. 400 pp. ISBN 0-8223-2469-5

* Earle, Rebecca A. Spain and the Independence of Colombia 1810-1825. University of Exeter Press, 2000. 254 pp. ISBN 0-85989-612-9 - and see brief review by John Lynch, TLS, 5095 (November 24, 2000): 36.

* Gutierrez de Pineda, Virginia. Miscegnacion y Cultura en la Columbia Colonial, 1750-1810. Santafe de Bogota, D.C., Columbia: Universidad de los Andes, 1999.

* Harvey, Robert. Liberators: Latin America's Struggle for Independence, 1810-1830. John Murray, 2000. 561 pp. ISBN 0-7195-5566-3 - and see review by John Ure, "Sea Wolf and friends," TLS, 5095 (November 24, 2000): 33.

* Henderson, James D., Helen Delpar, & Maurice P. Brungardt (eds.), with Richard N. Weldon (tech. ed.). A Reference Guide to Latin American History. Armonk, NY, and London: M. E. Sharpe, 2000. ix, 615 pp., maps.

* Kirkwood, Burton. The History of Mexico. Westport, CT: Greenwood, 2000. 272 pp., maps.


Guilhaumou, Jacques et S. Branca. «De "société" à "socialisme" (Sieyès) : l'invention néologique et son contexte discursif. Essai de colinguisme appliqué». Langage & société, 83-84 (mars-juin 1998): 39-77.


Riley-Smith, J. "900 years of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta." History Today, 49, 11 (November 1999): 2-3.

§ The Journal of Mediterranean Studies, 9, 1 (1999) is a special issue on "The Maritime Heritage of the Mediterranean: Malta." Titles include: A. Bonanno & A.E. Rodriguez, "Foreword" (1-3); S. Fiorini, "The shipment of works of art to medieval Mdina, Malta" (4-13); C. Vassallo, "Some sources for the history of maritime trade in Malta" (14-17); G. Cavezzi & A. Silvestro, "Landfalls and maritime trade routes in the Piceno from the 13th to the 19th centuries: Archival indicators and historical evidence" (18-33); G. Cavezzi & A. Silvestro, "The ships of the Pontifical State on the Piceno coast (1823-1830)" (34-50); S. Bellabarba, "Survey of traditional Italian ships and boats" (51-63); A. Kisic, "Maritime relations between the Republic of Dubrovnik and Malta: Votive paintings of Ragusan seamen in Malta" (64-73); J. Muscat, "Ship graffiti - A comparative study" (74-105); S. Piconi, "Museum presentation of underwater archaeological finds" (106-12); D. Attard, "The international regime for the protection of archaeological and historical objects found at sea: A Mediterranean perspective" (113-21); A. Ganado, "The protection of cultural heritage in Maltese law" (122-34).

[see also title by Cavendish listed under France - History]


Dennis, G.T. "Woman repels pirates: note in a Florentine manuscript." Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies, 23 (1999): 256-57.

Ereira, A. "Longitude: The hidden evidence." History Today, 50, 1 (January 2000): 4-5.

[see also title by Peck listed under Fiction &c.; the special issue of the Journal of Mediterranean Studies listed under Malta; by Leiner listed under U.S. - Colonial & Federal History]


* Coutts, Howard. The Art of Ceramics: European Ceramic Design 1500-1830. Yale University Press, June 2001. 320pp. ISBN 0-300-08387-4

* Krill, Rosemary Troy, with Pauline K. Eversmann. Early American Decorative Arts, 1620-1860: A Handbook for Interpreters. Lanham, MD: AltaMira, for the American Association for State and Local History, 2000. 430 pp.


Barbu, Daniel. «Loisir et pouvoir. Le temps de la lecture dans les pays roumains au XVIIIe siècle». Revue des études sud-est européennes. Mentalité-civilisations, 28, 1-4 (janvier-décembre 1990): 17-27.

* Besançon, Alain. l'Image interdite. Une histoire intellectuelle de l'iconoclasme. Paris: Gallimard (coll. «Folio»), 2000.

* Brenner, Reuven et Gabrielle Brenner. Spéculation et jeux de hasard. Une histoire de l'homme par le jeu. Paris: Presses universitaires de France (coll. «Libre échange»), 1993. 254 pp. Traduction de Marie-Andrée Lamontagne.

* Collin, Françoise, Évelyne Pisier et Eleni Varikas (édit.). Les Femmes, de Platon à Derrida. Anthologie critique. Paris: Plon, 2000. 816 pp.

* Delumeau, Jean. Que reste-t-il du paradis? Paris: Fayard, 2000. 552 pp.

*Jacob, Margaret C. The Enlightenment: Brief History with Documents. Palgrave, 2000. 240pp. ISBN 0-312-23701-4

* McCarthy, Terence. Les Débuts de Siècles. Université de Bourgogne, 2000. 571 pp. ISBN: 2-9515481-0-9. Textes réunis et présentés par T. McCarthy: T. McCarthy, "Préface" (3); Michel Baridon, "Débuts de siècles et fin du millénaire" (9); Guy Borgnet, "La fin d'une utopie ; le pays de Cocagne en Allemagne au tournant du XVe siècle et du XVIe siècle (25); Teresa Bela, "'The Queen is Dead. Long Live the Queen': Eulogy and Nostalgia in Jacobean Literature" (35); Christine Sukic, "Une modernité réticente: le début du XVIIe siècle en Angleterre" (49); José Miguel Oltra Tomás, "Las perspectivas de cambio en el comienzo del siglo XVII en España" (59); Christine Orobitg, "Un aspect de la crise religieuse autour de 1600: apparitions et phénomènes visionnaires chez Diego Pérez de Valdivia et Fray Juan de los Angeles" (81); Ramona Bordei-Boca, "Un prince érudit au carrefour des siècles - Dimitrie Cantemir" (99); Marie-Odile Bernez : Quand le XVIIIe siècle a-t-il commencé?" (111); Bernard Chevignard, "Entre débris et débuts: le Voyage dans la Haute Pennsylvanie et dans l'Etat de New York de Saint-John de Crèvecoeur (Paris, An IX - 1801)" (119); Sylvie Crinquand, "La préface de la seconde édition des Lyrical Ballads: à la recherche de la simplicité perdue" (131); Marie-Claire Hoock-Demarle, "Emergence d'un siècle: le cas 1800 en Allemagne" (145); Sylvie Lamy-Marchenoir, "Les romantiques allemandes: une nouvelle image de la femme à l'aube du XIXe siècle" (159); François Pitavy. "La première messe en Amérique (1850) : lecture d'un tableau de Pharamond Blanchard" (177); Alexandre Nemilov, "Deux villes : Bâle au début du XVIe siècle, Saint-Pétersbourg au début du XXe siècle" (191); Françoise Lesourd, "Mort et renaissance chez Lev Karsavin et Mikhaïl Bakhtin" (199); Galina Mikhaïlova, "Les motifs eschatologiques dans la culture russe au début du XXe siècle" (211); Cécile Deramond, "La prose littéraire en Russie au début du XXe siècle" (221); Petre Dumitrescu, "La hantise du 'début' et le temps créateur chez les penseurs roumains du XXe siècle" (233); Elisée Trenc, "L'affirmation de la culture catalane au début du XXe siècle: le Noucentisme" (241); José Manuel González Herrán, "Emilia Pardo Bazán, ante el nuevo siglo: 1901" (261); Jean-Claude Villegas, "L'Amérique latine à Paris au début du XXe siècle: les écrivains" (273); Jean-Marie Lavaud, "Le théâtre madrilène au début du XXe siècle"; Margarita Santos Zas, "Principios de siglo desde finales de siglo: Las máscaras del héroe, de Juan Manuel de Prada" (289); Eliane Lavaud-Fage, "Des Sonates qui donnent le 'la' (A l'aube du XXe siècle espagnol) (307); Marina Fratnik, "Au seuil du XXe siècle. Métamorphoses de la description et bouleversements de l'écriture romanesque" (315); Pérette-Cécile Buffaria, "1900, Dossi, Papini. L'Italie à la croisée des regards" (329); Nicolas Bonnet, "La question de l'historiographie esthétique et littéraire dans la pensée de Benedetto Croce et Giuseppe Antonio Borgese: un débat du début du siècle" (333); Claude Imberty, "Alessandro Baricco ou de la métaphore faible" (347); Michel Reffet, "Les embarras de l'histoire littéraire allemande pour désigner le début du siècle" (369); Bernhard Spies, "Die Sprachkrise der Jahrundertwende und ihre Folgen in der Literatur des 20. Jahrhunderts" (383); Wolfgang Düsing, "Vor der Katastrophe. Die Auseinandersetzung ulrichs mit der Jahrhundertwende in Musils Mann ohne Eigenschaften" (397); Jacques Poisot, "L'image de l'Allemagne dans la presse de la Côte d'Or au début du siècle: un pays ennemi et pourtant modèle à bien des égards" (409); Liliane Meffre, "La nécessaire rencontre entre art moderne et arts primitifs au début du XXe siècle" (423); Christian Comanzo, "1905: débuts de l'art moderne?" (429); Jean-Jacques Boutaud, "Sémiurgie d'un destin alimentaire entre début et fin de siècle: le poulet" (441); Lorene Birden, "Y a-t-il de quoi rire? un aperçu de l'humour anglais, 1900-1910" (453); Françoise Pellan, "Féminisme et grande bourgeoisie: l'exemple de Lady Strachey" (465); Danièle Pitavy-Souques, "'L'enfant inspiré de son siècle": esthétique du territoire chez Willa Cather" (475); Albert Wendt, "What About the Ending of Centuries? Ou Te Faatulou atu i le mamalu ma le paia ua faatasi mai!" (489); Dorita Nouhaud, "Au XXIe siècle, le rêve américain: une utopie romanesque" (501); André-François Bernard, "Don Juan survivra-t-il au prochain changement de siècle ? A propos du personnage dans les littératures de langue allemande (en Allemagne, Autriche et Suisse)" (509); Ann Piroëlle, "Making Sense of Jane Austen at the Beginning of the XXIst Century" (527); Rosemary Arnoux. "The Maaori Language in the New Millenium: 'Ka mate, ka mate, ka ora, ka ora?'" (541); Christian Boix, "Les euphémismes ou ce que mieux parler veut dire" (557).

* Patrimoine littéraire européen. Actes du colloque international Namur, 26, 27 et 28 novembre 1998. Paris et Bruxelles: De Boeck, 2000. 304 pp. ISBN: 2-8041-3588-8.

* Polet, Jean-Claude (édit.), Patrimoine littéraire européen, Paris et Bruxelles, De Boeck, 2000. 15 vol. Publicité de l'éditeur: «5352 textes, de quelque 1434 auteurs, écrits en 26 langues, traduits par 2022 traducteurs, présentés par 546 spécialistes européens ou américains rédacteurs des notices». Pour le Siècle des Lumières, voir les volumes Avènement de l'équilibre européen (1616-1720), les Lumières, de l'Occident à l'Orient (1720-1778) et Gestation du romantisme (1778-1832).

* Safran, Serge. l'Amour gourmand. La Musardière, 2000. 290 pp.

* Thomas, Chantal. Comment supporter sa liberté. Paris: Payot, 2000. 149 pp.

* Walton, James, ed. The Faber Book of Smoking. Faber, 2000. 334 pp. ISBN 0-571-19322-6 - and see review by Robert Potts, "Time to cough up," TLS, 5095 (November 24, 2000): 15.


* Bouchard, Gérard. Genèse des nations et cultures du Nouveau Monde. Essai d'histoire comparée. Montréal: Boréal, 2000. 503 pp.

Kane, K. "Nits make lice: Drogheda, Sand Creek, and the poetics of colonial extermination." Cultural Critique, 42 (Spring 1999): 81-103 [conquest; massacres; Ireland]

[see title by Racault listed under Classics; by Allen listed under Theory]


[see also titles listed under France-Literature-Charrière/de Zuylen]


[see title by Bever listed under History of Medicine]


Murphey, R. "Westernisation in the eighteenth-century Ottoman empire: how far, how fast?" Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies, 23 (1999): 116-39.


Aichele, A, "The foundation of hermeneutics as a work of art: The relation between metaphysical and aesthetical truth in Alexander Gottlieb Baumgarten." Studia Leibnitiana, 31, 1 (1999): 82-90.

Benítez, Miguel. «Y a-t-il une philosophie clandestine ? Le statut des manuscrits du De Rerum Natura». la Lettre clandestine, 7 (1998).

Hunwick, Andrew. «Le rôle des textes clandestins dans la philosophie du baron d'Holbach (1723-1789)». Essays in French Literature, 37 (novembre 2000): 62-87, ill.

Mortier, Roland. «L'actualité des Lumières à la fin du XXe siècle». Revue des sciences morales et philosophiques, 3 (1998): 45-56.

* Oswald, John. The Cry of Nature or an Appeal to Mercy and to Justice on Behalf of the Persecuted Animals [1791]. Edited with introduction by Jason Hribal. Lewistin, NY: E. Mellen (Mellen Animal Rights Library, 8), 2000. 82 pp.

* Pyle, Andrew (gen. ed.). Dictionary of Seventeenth-Century British Philosophers. 2 vols. Bristol: Thoemmes Press, 2000.

* Rivers, Isabel. Reason, Grace and Sentiment: Study of the Language of Religion and Ethics in England, 1660-1780: Volume 2, Shaftesbury to Hume. Cambridge University Press, 2000. ISBN 0-521-38341-2.

Sanna, M. "E.W.V. Tschirnhaus's anthropological hypothesis of ars inveniendi." Studia Leibnitiana, 31, 1 (1999): 55-72.

On the Web

International Association for Philosophy and Literature -- dedicated to the exchange of ideas and scholarly research within the humanities. Founded to provide a context for the interplay of Philosophy, Literary Theory, and Cultural / Textual Studies, the Association brings together scholars from the full range of disciplines concerned with philosophical, historical, critical, and theoretical issues. Available:

Philosophy Since the Enlightenment - this site, built by Roger Jones, is a general reference survey of western philosophy from the Enlightenment to the present day. Includes entries on Rationalism, Empiricism, the Encyclopedists, Kant, Descartes, Rousseau, Spinoza, &c. Available:



Hlobil, Tomas. "Two concepts of language and poetry: Edmund Burke and Moses Mendelssohn." British Journal for the History of Philosophy, 8, 2 (2000): 447-58.

Descartes & the Cartesians

Moyal, G. "A brief note on clarity and distinctness in Descartes's First Meditation." Studia Leibnitiana, 31, 1 (1999): 91-98.

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


Stenger, Gerhardt. «Vertu et vérité dans le Fils naturel», dans Études sur le Fils naturel et les Entretiens sur le Fils naturel de Diderot (Oxford: Voltaire Foundation, [coll. «Vif»], 2000), pp. 65-78.

[see also title by Stenger listed under Philosophy - Shaftesbury]


Lolordo, Antonia. "Probability and skepticism about reason in Hume's treatise." British Journal for the History of Philosophy, 8, 3 (2000): 419-46.


* Freydberg, Bernard. Provocative Form in Plato, Kant, Nietzsche (and Others). New York &c.: Peter Lang, 2000. xii, 211 pp. ISBN: 0-8204-4258-5

Koriako, D. "Undemonstrable sentences, made-up conceptions: Kant on the use of mathematical arguments in philosophy." Studia Leibnitiana, 30, 1 (1998): 24-48.

Kuehn, Manfred. "The Bibliography of Kant Literature." North American Kant Society Newsletter, 15, 1 (Winter 2000): 5-30.


Bassler, O.B. "The Leibnizian continuum in 1671." Studia Leibnitiana, 30, 1 (1998): 1-23 [Theoria motus abstracti].

Bassler, O.B. "Towards Paris: The growth of Leibniz's Paris mathematics or the pre-Paris mathematics." Studia Leibnitiana, 31, 2 (1999): 160-80.

Bobro, M.E. "Thinking machines and moral agency in Leibniz's Nouveaux Essais." Studia Leibnitiana, 30, 2 (1998): 178-93.

Henkel, A.K. "Leibniz bibliography 1998." Studia Leibnitiana, 30, 2 (1998): 229-54.

Imlay, R.A. "Contingency, reason and necessary goodness in Leibniz." Studia Leibnitiana, 30, 2 (1998): 194-203.

Imlay, R.A. "Leibniz's cosmological argument and the alleged reflexivity of sufficient reason." Studia Leibnitiana, 31, 1 (1999): 73-81.

Jespers, F. "Dieu veut bien souffrir des anthropologies: Leibniz's use of images of God." Studia Leibnitiana, 30, 1 (1998): 103-15.

Kloistinen, O., & A. Repo, "Compossibility and being in the same world in Leibniz's metaphysics." Studia Leibnitiana, 31, 2 (1999): 196-214.

Lodge, P. "Leibniz's heterogeneity argument against the Cartesian conception of body." Studia Leibnitiana, 30, 1 (1998): 83-102.

Menendez Torrellas, G. "Mathematics and harmony. A possible influence of Pythagorean sources on the music theory of Leibniz." Studia Leibnitiana, 31, 1 (1999): 34-54.

Nachtomy, O. "The individual's place in the logical space: Leibniz on possible individuals and their relations." Studia Leibnitiana, 30, 2 (1998): 161-77.

Nichols, R. "Space, individuation and the identity of indiscernibles: Leibniz's triumph over Strawson." Studia Leibnitiana, 31, 2 (1999): 181-95.

Pruss, A.R. "Leibniz's approach to individuation and Strawson's criticism." Studia Leibnitiana, 30, 1 (1998): 116-23.

Ruin, H. "Leibniz and Heidegger on sufficient reason." Studia Leibnitiana, 30, 1 (1998): 49-67.

Schneider, M. "Thought and action of the monads. Leibniz's foundation of subjectivity." Studia Leibnitiana, 30, 1 (1998): 68-82.

Smith, J.E. "On the fate of composite substances after 1704." Studia Leibnitiana, 30, 2 (1998): 204-10.

Varani, G. "The beginnings of Leibniz's theory of rhetoric: Jakob Thomasius' teachings on rhetoric and Melanchthon's grammatical legacy." Studia Leibnitiana, 31, 1 (1999): 6-33.

Zimbehl, D. "Leibniz bibliography 1999." Studia Leibnitiana, 31, 2 (1999): 219-53.

Scottish Enlightenment

Baridon, Michel. "Historicisme et théorie de la connaissance dans la pensée des Lumières écossaises." Etudes écossaises, 1 (1992): 81-92 [Ecosse Regards d'Histoire: Numéro spécial Actes du Congrès international d'études écossaises Grenoble, 1991].

Otteson, James R. "Adam Smith on the emergence of morals: a reply to Eugene Heath." British Journal for the History of Philosophy, 8, 3 (2000): 545-51.


Stenger, Gerhardt. «Diderot traducteur de Shaftesbury: éléments pour une lecture critique de l'Essai sur le mérite et la vertu», dans F. Brugère et M. Malherbe (édit.), Shaftesbury. Philosophie et politesse. Actes du Colloque (Université de Nantes, 1996) [Paris, Champion, 2000], pp. 213-26.


Champion, Justin. «Publiés main non imprimés : John Toland et la circulation des manuscrits, 1700-1722». la Lettre clandestine, 7 (1998).


Perullo, N. "Topics, criticism, grammatology: The thought of Vico seen through the works of Derrida." Aut Aut, 293-94 (September-December 1999): 183-220.


* Du Tot. Histoire du systême de John Law (1716-1720). Institut national d'études démographiques, 2000. Édition d'Antoine E. Murphy.

Formisano, R.P. "The concept of political culture." Journal of Interdisciplinary History, 31, 3 (Winter 2000): 393-426.

Gilli, Marita. «Gab es einen Forster-Salon? Zur Soziabilität und Frauenemanzipation in der Aufklärungsgesellschaft», in Horst Dippel & Helmut Scheuer (eds.), Georg Forster Weltbürger - Europäer - Deutscher - Franke (Kassel [«Gero-Forster-Studien», 3], 1999), pp. 197-220.

* Jaume, Lucien. L'Individu effacé ou le paradoxe du libéralisme français. Paris: Fayard, 1997.

* Jaume, Lucien. La Liberté et la loi. les origines philosophiques du libéralisme. Paris: Fayard, 2000. 388 pp.

Jennings, Jeremy. "Intellectuals and Political Culture." European Legacy, 5, 6 (2000): 781-94.

Lassman, Peter. "Enlightenment, Cultural Crisis, and Politics: The Role of the Intellectuals from Kant to Habermas." European Legacy, 5, 6 (2000): 815-28.

* Levine, Alan, ed. Early Modern Skepticism and the Origins of Toleration. Lanham, Boulder, NY, Oxford: Lexington Books, 1999. [includes chapters on Luther & Calvin; Bodin and French libertins; Descartes;Spinoza; the Levellers; Locke; Bayle; Montesquieu; and Diderot & Voltaire].

Principato, Aurelio. «L'éloquence révolutionnaire : idéologie et légende», dans Marc Fumaroli (édit.), Histoire de la rhétorique dans l'Europe moderne. 1450-1950 (Paris: Presses universitaires de France, 1999), pp. 1019-37. ISBN : 2 13 049526 5.


* Bredekamp, Horst. Thomas Hobbes Visuelle Strategien. Des Leviathan: Das Urbild Des Modernen Staates. Berlin: Akademie Verlag, 2000. 264 pp.

* Foisneau, Luc. Hobbes et la toute-puissance de Dieu. Paris: Presses universitaires de France (coll. «Fondements de la politique»), 2000. 421 pp.


* Mandeville, Bernard. Free Thoughts on Religion, The Church, and National Happiness. Ed. by Irwin Primer. New Brunswick, NJ and London: Transaction Publishers, 2001.


Spector, Céline. «Économie et politique dans l'œuvre de Montesquieu». Paris: Paris X-Nanterre, thèse de doctorat en philosophie, 2000. Dir. Francine Markovits.


Borges, M.J. "Migration systems in southern Portugal: Regional and transatlantic circuits of labor migration in the Algarve. International Review of Social History, 45, 2 (August 2000): 171-208 [18th-20th c].


* Bonstetten, Karl Viktor von. Neue Schriften 1798-1802. Historisch-kritische Ausgabe in swei Teilbänden auf Grund gedruckter und handschriftlicher Textvorlagen. Edited by Doris Walser-Wilhelm and Peter Walser-Wilhelm. Part 1: Skandinavien, Landeskunde, Sprachen und Sagas, Metaphysik, Idyllen; Part 2: Über Nationalbildung. Frankfurt am Main and New York: Peter Lang, 2000. xxxv, 480 pp., ill. ISBN 3-906765-26-1


Bour, Isabelle. "The Clio of the North, or, the image of history [in] Francis Jeffrey's reviews (1802-1812)." Etudes écossaises, 1 (1992): 181-190 [Ecosse Regards d'Histoire: Numéro spécial Actes du Congrès international d'études écossaises Grenoble, 1991].

Révauger, Marie-Cécile. "18th century Scottish freemasons Builders of the British nation?" Etudes écossaises, 1 (1992): 111-122 [Ecosse Regards d'Histoire: Numéro spécial Actes du Congrès international d'études écossaises Grenoble, 1991]

Todd, M. "Profane pastimes and the Reformed community: The persistence of popular festivities in early modern Scotland." Journal of British Studies, 39, 2 (April 2000): 123-56.

* Whatley, Christopher A. Scottish Society, 1707-1830. Manchester University Press, 2000. 336 pp. ISBN 0-7190-4540-1


* Crawford, Robert, & Mick Imlah, ed. The New Penguin Book of Scottish Verse. Allen Lane, The Penguin Press, 2000. 560 pp. ISBN 0-713-99238-7 - and see review by Alastair Fowler, "Strong accent of the mind. From the Makars to Morgan and Muir: varieties of Scottish poetry," TLS, 5100 (December 29, 2000): 5-6.

Roy, Ross. "Scottish poets and the French Revolution." Etudes écossaises, 1 (1992): 69-79 [Ecosse Regards d'Histoire: Numéro spécial Actes du Congrès international d'études écossaises Grenoble, 1991].

* Sawyers,, June Skinner. The Road North: 300 Years of Classic Scottish Travel Writing. 329 pp. Neil Wilson, 2000 - and see untitled brief review by Annette Kobak, TLS 5096 (December 1 2000): 33.


* Boswell. The Correspondence of James Boswell with James Bruce and Andrew Gibb, Overseers of the Auchinleck Estate. Edited by Nellie Pottle Hankins and John Strawhorn. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press in association with Yale University Press (The Yale Editions of the Private Papers of James Boswell. Research Edition, Vol. 8), 1999. lvi, 276 pp.

* Boswell. The General Correspondence of James Boswell, 1757-1763. Hankins, David, ed. Yale University Press, June 2001. 256pp. ISBN 0-300-08306-8

Sher, Richard. "Between Johnson and Auchinleck: Boswell's Lord Kames." Etudes écossaises, 1 (1992): 93-103 [Ecosse Regards d'Histoire: Numéro spécial Actes du Congrès international d'études écossaises Grenoble, 1991].

Viviès, Jean. "Boswell et l'histoire Du récit au discours dans An Account of Corsica." Etudes écossaises, 1 (1992): 173-180 [Ecosse Regards d'Histoire: Numéro spécial Actes du Congrès international d'études écossaises Grenoble, 1991].


Menneteau, Patrick. "Le caractère historique des poèmes de Robert Fergusson." Etudes écossaises, 1 (1992): 123-141 [Ecosse Regards d'Histoire: Numéro spécial Actes du Congrès international d'études écossaises Grenoble, 1991].


Vicente, M. "Artisans and work in a Barcelona cotton factory (1770-1816)." International Review of Social History, 45, 1 (April 2000): 1-23.


Aymes, Jean-René. «Existe-t-il un romantisme espagnol?», dans Pierre Brunel (édit.), Romantismes européens et romantisme français (Montpellier: Espaces 34, 2000). ISBN: 2-907293-19-2.


* Gell, Alfred. Wrapping in Images: Tattooing in Polynesia. Clarendon, 1993. xi, 347 pp., ill. ISBN: 0-19-827869-1

* Gröning, Karl. Decorated skin :; a world survey of body art. London: Thames & Hudson, 1997. 256 pp., ill., maps. ISBN 0500017751 [tr. of Geschmückte Haut [Munich: Frederking & Thaler, 1997]).

* Neleman, Hans. Moko: Maori Tattoo. Zurich & New York: Edition Stemmle, 1999. 142 pp., ill. ISBN: 3-908-16196-7

* Pierrat, Jérôme et Éric Guillon. Le Tatouage des origines à nos jours. Les hommes tatoués. Clichy: Larivière, 2000. 240 pp., ill.

* Pons, Philippe. Peau de brocart. Le corps tatoué au Japon. Paris: Seuil, 2000. 142 pp.


* Chauveau, Philippe. les Théâtres parisiens disparus. Éditions de l'Amandier, 2000. 586 pp.


* Afzal-Khan, Fawzia, & Kalpana Sehadri-Cooks, eds. The Pre-Occupation of Postcolonial Studies. Duke University Press, 2000. 488 pp., ill. ISBN 0-8223-2521-7

Allen, C. "Postcolonial theory and the discourse of treaties." American Quarterly, 52, 1 (March 2000): 59-89 [review essay].

Bannet, Eve Tavor. The Domestic Revolution: Enlightenment Feminisms and the Novel, 2000. ISBN: 0-8018-6416-X (cloth); 0-8018-6417-8 (paper)

Bersani, L. "Sociality and sexuality." Critical Inquiry, 26, 4 (Summer 2000): 641-56.

* Bové, Paul A., ed. Edward Said and the Work of the Critic: Speaking Truth to Power. Duke University Press, 2000. 352 pp. ISBN 0-8223-2522-5

Brenkman, John. "Extreme criticism." Critical Inquiry, 26, 1 (Fall 1999): 109-27. With Drucilla Cornell, "Enlightening the Enlightenment: A response to John Brenkman" (128-39) and Brenkman's reply (140-46).

Brennan, T. "The illusion of a future: 'Orientalism' as traveling theory." Critical Inquiry,26, 3 (Spring 2000): 558-83.

Carnochan, W.B. "Where did Great Books come from anyway?" Book Collector, 48, 3 (Fall 1999): 352-71.

Chun, A. "(Post)colonialism and its discontents, or the future of practice." Cultural Studies, 14, 2-4 (July 2000): 379-84.

De Campos, Haroldo. "The Left-Winged Angel of History?" Interventions: International Journal of Postcolonial Studies, 2, 3 (2000): 328-29.

During, S. "Postcolonialism and globalization: Towards a historicization of their inter-relation." Cultural Studies, 14, 2-4 (July 2000): 385-404.

* Furbank, P.N. Behalf. University of Nebraska Press, 2000. 126 pp. ISBN 0-8032-2009-X - and see review by Malcolm Bowie, "Humanism refitted," TLS, 5094 (November 17, 2000): 20.

Gallagher, C. "A history of the precedent: Rhetorics of legitimation in women's writing." Critical Inquiry, 26, 2 (Winter 2000): 309-27.

* Gallagher, Catherine, & Stephen Greenblatt. Practicing New Historicism. University of Chicago Press, 2000. 234 pp. ISBN 0-226-27934-0 - and see review by Simon Jarvis, "The Eucharistic spud," TLS, 5089 (October 13, 2000): 27.

Ibanez-Noe, J. "The dialectic of emancipation and power and the nihilistic character of modernity." Clio, 28, 2 (Winter 1999): 149-68.

* Jacobs, Edward H. Accidental Migrations: An Archaeology of Gothic Discourse. Lewisburg, PA: Bucknell University Press, 2000.

Kaufman, R. "Red Kant, or the persistence of the third Critique in Adorno and Jameson." Critical Inquiry, 26, 4 (Summer 2000): 682-724.

* Kauppi, Niilo. The Politics of Embodiment: Habits, Power, and Pierre Bourdieu's Theory. Frankfurt/Main &c.: Peter Lang: 2000. 147 pp. ISBN 3-631-25862-8, US ISBN 0-8204-4387-5 (paper)

McLennan, G. "Re-canonizing Marx." Cultural Studies, 13, 4 (October 1999): 555-76.

* Merrell, Floyd. Tasking Textuality. Frankfurt/Main &c.: Peter Lang: 2000. xiv, 237 pp. ISBN 3-361-36029-0, US ISBN 0-8204-4727-7 (paper) [Foucault on Magritte, Peirce, Borges, Calvino, Wittgenstein, Polyani, Merleau-Ponty]

Moreiras. Alberto. "Ten Notes on Primitive Imperial Accumulation: Gines de Sepulveda, Las Casas, Fernadez de Oviedo." Interventions: International Journal of Postcolonial Studies, 2, 3 (2000): 343-63.

Mulryan, J. "The crisis in humanistic studies: A review article." Cithara-Essays In The Judeo-Christian Tradition, 39, 2 (May 2000): 24-29.

Musner, L. "Locating culture in the US and Central Europe: A transatlantic perspective on cultural studies." Cultural Studies, 13, 4 (October 1999): 577-90.

O'Connor, A. "Who's Emma and the limits of cultural studies." Cultural Studies, 13, 4 (October 1999): 691-702.

Said, E.W. "Invention, memory, and place." Critical Inquiry, 26, 2 (Winter 2000): 175-92.

Santiago, Silviano. "Destinations of a Letter, Predestinations of a Country." Interventions: International Journal of Postcolonial Studies, 2, 3 (2000): 330-42.

Shattuck, R. "Starting from scratch: Interpreting literature through coherence, author style and period style." American Scholar, 69, 4 (Fall 2000): 47-56.

Traister, B. "Academic Viagra: The rise of American masculinity studies." American Quarterly, 52, 2 (June 2000): 274-304 [review essay].

Vieira, Else R. P. "Epistles of Possession, Epistemologies of Liberation." Interventions: International Journal of Postcolonial Studies, 2, 3 (2000): 309-27.

Zavala, Iris M. "The Retroaction of the Postcolonial: The Answer of the Real and the Caribbean as Thing: An Essay on Critical Fiction." Interventions: International Journal of Postcolonial Studies, 2, 3 (2000): 364-78.

§ American Imago, 56, 3 (Fall 1999) is a special issue on "The Past, Present, and Future of Psychoanalysis and Literature." Essays include H. Hillenaar & W. Schonau, Introduction (203); P. Bayard, "Is it possible to apply literature to psychoanalysis?" (207-19); J. Bellemin-Noel, "Foundations and problems of 'textoanalysis'" (221-35); H. Hillenaar, "Past, present, and future of 'psychoanalysis and literature'" (237-43); N.N. Holland, "The story of a psychoanalytic critic" (245-59); C. Pietzcker, "The past, present and future of psychoanalytical literary studies in Germany: Essay on a personal example" (261-83); P. Rudnytsky, "Wrecking Crews" [response to Frederick Crews on Freud and psychoanalysis] (285-98); R. Silhol, "From literary criticism to literary anthropology" (299-309); T. Hayes, "A jouissance beyond the phallus: Juno, Saint Teresa, Bernini, Lacan" (331-55); A. Kantor, "Levinas's law" (357-85).

§ American Quarterly, 52, 2 (June 2000) is a special issue on disability studies, " The empire of the 'normal': A forum on disability and self-representation" -- titles include G.T. Couser, Introduction (305-15); D.T. Mitchell, "Body solitaire: The singular subject of disability autobiography" (311-15); B.J. Bruggemann,"'Writing insight': Deafness and autobiography" (316-21); G. Kleege, "Helen Keller and 'the empire of the normal'" (322-25); L. Cassuto, "Oliver Sacks: The P.T. Barnum of the postmodern world?" (326-33); R.G. Thomson, "Staring back: Self-representations of disabled performance artists" (334-38); M. Berube, "Autobiography as performative utterance" (339-43).

§ Aut Aut, 289-80 (1999) includes a special section on Derrida's Les Immateriaux - essays (in Italian) include T. Chaput & J.F. Lyotard, "The principal question" (208-10); J.f. Lyotard, "Material (n.), matrix, material (adj.), matter, maternity" (211-14); J. Derrida, "Writing tests" (215-20).

§ Cultural Studies 14, 1 (January 2000) is a special issue on Deleuze and Guattare in Cultural Studies - titles include G.J. Seigworth,& J.M. Wise, Introduction (139-46); C.J. Stivale, "Becoming Cajun" (147-76); B. Massumi, "Too blue: Colour-patch for an expanded empiricism" (177-226); G.J. Seigworth, "Banality for cultural studies" (227-68); W. Bogard, "Smoothing machines and the constitution of society" (269-94); J.M. Wise, "Home: Territory and identity" (295-310); D.S. Madison, "Oedipus Rex at Eve's Bayou or the little black girl who left Sigmund Freud in the swamp" (311-40); H.A. Giroux, "Public pedagogy as cultural politics: Stuart Hall and the 'crisis' of culture" (341-60).

§ Daedalus, 129 (Winter 2000) is a special issue on "Multiple Modernities" - titles include S.N. Eisenstadt, "Multiple modernities" (1-29); B. Wittrock, "Modernity: One, none, or many? European origins and modernity as a global condition" (31-60); J.P. Arnason, "Communism and modernity" (61-90); N. Gole, "Snapshots of islamic modernities" (91-117); D.F. Eickelman, "Islam and the languages of modernity" (119-35); S. Kaviraj, "Modernity and politics in India" (137-62); S.J. Tambiah, "Transnational movements, diaspora, and multiple modernities" (163-94); W.M. Tu, "Implications of the rise of 'Confucian' East Asia" (195-218); J. Heideking, "The pattern of American modernity from the revolution to the Civil War" (219-47); R. Ortiz, "From incomplete modernity to world modernity" (249-60).

[see also title by Mah in special number of the Journal of Modern History listed under France - History]


* Berland, Kevin, Jan Kirsten Gilliam, & Kenneth A. Lockridge, eds. The Commonplace Book of William Byrd II of Westover. University of North Carolina Press, for the Omohundro Institute for Early American History and Culture, 2001. ISBN 0-8078-2612-X

Bodenhorn, H. "A troublesome caste: Height and nutrition of antebellum Virginia's rural free blacks." Journal of Economic History, 59, 4 (December 1999): 972-96.

Bouton, T. "A road closed: Rural insurgency in post-independence Pennsylvania." Journal of American History, 87, 3 (December 2000): 855-87.

Bush, H.K. "The Declaration of Independence as spectacle." Cultural Studies, 14, 2 (April 2000): 361-64 [review article].

Collinson, S. "President or king?" History Today, 50, 11 (November 2000): 9-15 [Republicans triumph over Federalists, 1800].

* Copeland, David A. (ed.). Debating the Issues in Colonial Newspapers: Primary Documents on Events of the Period. Westport, CT: Greenwood, 2000. 416 pp.

* Cornell, Saul. The Other Founders: Anti-Federalism and the Dissenting Tradition in America. University of North Carolina Press, 2000. 327 pp. ISBN 0-8078-2503-4 (paper) - and see review by Gary McDowell, "Hamilton, Jefferson, and Hillary," TLS, 5095 (November 24, 2000): 30-31.

* Crocker, Matthew H. The Magic of the Many: Josiah Quincy and the Rise of Mass Politics in Boston, 1800-1830. University of Massachusetts Press, 1999. xiv, 222 pp., maps. ISBN 1-55849-222-4 - and see HNET online review by J. M. Opal, "Deference, Democracy, and Ethics in Josiah Quincy's Boston," published by H-SHEAR (November, 2000); available:

Crothers, A.G. "Public culture and economic liberalism in post-Revolutionary northern Virginia, 1780-1820." Canadian Review of American Studies, 29, 3 (1999): 61-90.

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

* Fleming, Thomas. Duel: Alexander Hamilton, Aaron Burr, and the Future of America. New York: Basic Books, 2000. 420 pp. ISBN 0-465-01736-3 - and see review by Lance Banning, "A last fatal interview," TLS 5096 (December 1 2000): 6-7.

Gentile, G.P. "General Arnold and the historians." Journal of Military History, 64, 1 (January 2000): 179-80.

* Hall, Leslie. Land and Allegiance in Revolutionary Georgia. University of Georgia Press, 2001. 410 pp. ISBN 0-8203-2262-8

* Irwin, Raymond D. (comp.). Books on Early American History and Culture, 1991-1995: An Annotated Bibliography. Westport, CT: Greenwood (Bibliographies and Indexes in American History, 44), 2000. 320 pp. ISBN 0313313121

* McDonald, Forrest. States' Rights and the Union: Imperium in Imperio, 1776-1876. University Press of Kansas, 2000. 282 pp. ISBN 0-7006-1040-5 - and see review by Gary McDowell, "Hamilton, Jefferson, and Hillary," TLS, 5095 (November 24, 2000): 30-31.

* Kennedy, Roger G. Burr, Hamilton, and Jefferson. A Study in Character. Oxford University Press, 2000. 476 pp ISBN 0-19-51-3053-5 - and see review by Lance Banning, "A last fatal interview," TLS 5096 (December 1 2000): 6-7.

* Kornfeld, Eve. Creating an American Culture: 1775-1800. Palgrave, 2001. 250pp. ISBN 0-312-23702-2

* Leiner, Frederick C. Millions for Defense: The Subscription Warships of 1798. Annapolis: Naval Institute Press, 1999. viii. 262 pp. ISBN 1-55750-508-X - and see HNET online review by Theodore J. Crackel, "The Subscription Warships of 1798," published by H-SHEAR (November, 2000); available:

*Lockley, Timothy James. Lines in the Sand: Race and Class in Lowcountry Georgia, 1750-1860. University of Georgia Press, 2001. 328 pp. ISBN 0-8203-2228-8

Pasley, Jeffrey. "The Two National Gazettes: Newspapers and Embodiment of American Political Parties." Early American Literature, 35 (2000), 51-86.

* Richards, Leonard L. The Slave Power: The Free North and Southern Domination, 1780-1860. Louisiana State University Press, 2000. 208 pp. ISBN 0807125377 (cloth), 0807126004 (paper)

* Schmidt, Klaus H., & Fritz Fleischmann, eds. Early America Re-Explored: New Readings in Colonial, Early National, and Antebellum Culture. New York, &c.: Peter Lang: 2000. ix, 599 pp., ill.

* Walling, Karl-Friedrich. Republican Empire: Alexander Hamilton on War and Free Government. University Press of Kansas, 2000. ISBN 0-7006-0970-9 - and see review by Gary McDowell, "Hamilton, Jefferson, and Hillary," TLS, 5095 (November 24, 2000): 30-31.

* Weil, François. Histoire de New York. Paris: Fayard, 2000. 378 pp.

§ The Journal of American History, 86, 3 (December 1999) is a special issue entitled "The Nation and Beyond." Titles include D. Thelen, "The nation and beyond: Transnational perspectives on United States history" (965-75); R. White, "The nationalization of nature" (976-86); B. Ramirez, "Clio in words and in motion: Practices of narrating the past" (987-1014); I. Tyrrell, "Making nations/making states: American historians in the context of empire" (1015-44); R.D.G. Kelley, "'But a local phase of a world problem': Black history's global vision, 1883-1950" (1045-77); M. van der Linden, "Transnationalizing American labor history" (1078-92); N. Canny, "Writing Atlantic history; or, reconfiguring the history of colonial British America" (1093-1114); D.R. Gabaccia, "Is everywhere nowhere? Nomads, nations, and the immigrant paradigm of United States history" (1115-34); R. Kroes, "America and the European sense of history" (1135-55); M.T. Trillo, "Stereophonic scientific modernisms social science between Mexico and the United States, 1880s-1930s" (1156-87); N.L. Green, "Le melting-pot: Made in America, produced in France" (1188-1208); S.I. Troen, "Frontier myths and their applications in America and Israel: A transnational perspective" (1209-30); K. Cmiel, "The emergence of human rights politics in the United States" (1231-50).

[see also roundtable on Cinque listed under Africa & the African Diaspora; title by McCrossan listed under Bibliography; titles by Chu and Sarson listed under Economics; by Portolano listed under History of Science]


Wright, E. "Benjamin Franklin: An American in London." History Today, 50, 3 (March 2000): 18-25.


Kennedy, Jennifer T. "Parricide of Memory: Thomas Jefferson's Memoir and the French Revolution." American Literature, 72, 3 (September 2000): 553-73.

* Onuf, Peter S. Jefferson's Empire: The Language of American Nationhood. Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 2000. ISBN 0-8139-1930-4 - and see review by Gary McDowell, "Hamilton, Jefferson, and Hillary," TLS, 5095 (November 24, 2000): 30-31.

Summers, J.H. "What happened to sex scandals? Politics and peccadilloes, Jefferson to Kennedy." Journal of American History, 87, 3 (December 2000): 825-54.

On the web

Thomas Jefferson Papers at the Library of Congress - more than 27,000 documents, 80,000 images. Early Virginia history (correspondence, drawings, maps, memoranda, notes, & drafts of various documents including the Declaration of Independence); Jefferson's two Presidencies (1801-1809), documents from the Louisiana Purchase and the period prior to the War of 1812. A part of LOC's American Memory Historical Collections; available:


On the web

George Washington Papers at the Library of Congress, 1741-1799 - more than 65,000 documents ranging from Washington's youth and life as a surveyor through his service in the French and Indian War, the First and Second Continental Congresses, and the Revolutionary War period. Includes correspondence, letterbooks, commonplace books, diaries and travel journals, reports, notes, financial account books, and military papers. A part of LOC's American Memory Historical Collections; available:



Fetterley, Judith. "'My Sister! My Sister!': The Rhetoric of Catharine Sedgwick's Hope Leslie." American Literature, 70, 3 (September 1998): 491-516.

* McClatchy, J.D., ed. Bright Pages: Yale Writers, 1701-2001. Yale University Press, April 2001. 540 pp. ISBN 0-300-08944-9 (cloth); 0-300-08945-7 (paper)

McLamore, Richard V. "The Dutchman in the Attic: Claiming an Inheritance in The Sketch Book of Geoffrey Crayon." American Literature,72, 1 (March 2000): 31-57 [Irving, Washington].

* Nelson, Emmanuel S. (ed.). African American Authors, 1745-1945: A Bio-Bibliographical Critical Sourcebook. Westport, CT: Greenwood, 2000. 544 pp.

Traister, Bryce. "Libertinism and Authorship in America's Early Republic." American Literature 72, 1 (March 2000): 1-30.

[see also title by Pitcher listed under Bibliography]

Brown, Charles Brockden

Luciano, Dana. "'Perverse Nature': Edgar Huntly and the Novel's Reproductive Disorders." American Literature 70, 1 (March 1998):1-27.


Wilcox, Kirstin. "The Body into Print: Marketing Phillis Wheatley," American Literature, 71, 1 (March 1999): 1-29. [ Examines the "cost of the revised story" of Wheatley's servitude; considers what Wheatley paid to express her "racialized experience of enslavement" and the power of the culturally elite whites who supported her and who had the ability to determine what literature was and how Wheatley was read by the public.]

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