The Eighteenth Century: Theory and Interpretation

An Index of Authors from Volume 46 to Volume 50, 2005-2009

 

Alryyes, Ala, "Johnson's Body and Mind" (Book Review), 48:Online Supplement.

Anderson, Emily Hodgson, "Performing the Passions in Eliza Haywood's Fantomina and Miss Betsy Thoughtless," 46:1-16.

Andrews, Cory E., "'Almost the Same, but Not Quite': English Poetry by Eighteenth-Century Scots," 47:59-80.

Arthur, Paul Longley, "Fictions of Encounter: Eighteenth-Century Imaginary Voyages to the Antipodes," 49:197-210.

Backscheider, Paula, "'Give Me Not Poverty, Lest I Steal'" (Book Review), 48:81-86.

Bannet, Eve Tavor, "Metaphor and the Masculine Condition" (Book Review), 47:Online Supplement.

Bowers, Toni, "The Achievement of Scholarly Authority for Women: Trends in the Interpretation of Eighteenth-Century Fiction," 50:51-72.

———, "'Real' or 'Expedient'?: Hannah Smith's Georgian Monarchy: Politics and Culture and the Question of Hanoverian Loyalty" (Book Review), 50:Online Supplement.

Bregman, Alan, "Hogarth's Christian Doctrine" (Book Review), 46:Online Supplement.

Brown, Mary Ellen, "Placed, Replaced, or Misplaced?: The Ballad's Progress," 47:115-130.

Burke, Helen, "Teague and the Ethnicization of Labor in Early Modern British Culture," 46:237-244.

Canfield, J. Douglas, "Late Shadwell and Early Bourgeois Comedy," 46:105-128.

Casler, Jeanine, "The Widow as Shape-Shifter" (Book Review), 47:Online Supplement.

Chandler, Anne, "Laboring on Their Behalf" (Book Review), 46:189-193.

Chico, Tita, "Clarissa's Readers" (Book Review), 49:273-278.

Christmas, William J., "Integration Studies" (Book Review), 47:Online Supplement.

Cole, Lucina, "Animals, Things, and Consumption: A Review Essay" (Book Review), 50:Online Supplement.

———, "Nervous Acts: Nerves, Politics, and Literary Culture" (Book Review), 46:Online Supplement.

Constantine, Mary-Ann, "Songs and Stones: Iolo Morganwg (1747-1826), Mason and Bard," 47:233-252.

Conway, Alison, "Future Conditional: Feminist Theory, New Historicism, and Eighteenth-Century Studies," 50:25-32.

DeJean, Joan, "And What About French Women Writers?," 50:21-24.

DeLucia, JoEllen, "From the Female Gothic to a Feminist Theory of History: Ann Radcliffe and the Scottish Enlightenment," 50:101-115.

Desroches, Dennis, "The Rhetoric of Disclosure in James Thomson's The Seasons; or, On Kant's Gentlemanly Misanthropy," 49:1-24.

Dugaw, Dianne, "On the 'Darling Songs' of Poets, Scholars, and Singers: An Introduction," 47:97-114.

Egan, Gerald, "Radical Moral Authority and Desire: The Image of the Male Romantic Poet in Frontispiece Portraits of Byron and Shelley," 50:185-206.

Egan, Jim, "Olaudah Equiano: The Problem of Identity" (Book Review), 46:Online Supplement.

Faller, Lincoln, "'A Dance to Which One's Feet Can Still Respond,'" 46:207-216.

Folkenflik, Robert, "The Making of the English Literary Canon" (Book Review), 47:Online Supplement.

Francus, Marilyn, "Virtuous Foundlings and Excessive Bastards" (Book Review), 49:87-94.

Frank, Marcie, "Reading and the Public Sphere" (Book Review), 49:Online Supplement.

Fulford, Tim, "Fallen Ladies and Cruel Mothers: Ballad Singers and Ballad Heroines in the Eighteenth Century," 47:309-329.

———, "Romantic Writing and Dissenting Religion" (Book Review), 50:Online Supplement.

Fullager, Kate, "'Savages that are come among us': Mai, Bennelong, and British Imperial Culture, 1774-1795," 49:211-239.

Furniss, Tom, "Our Neighbors Observe and We Explain: Moses Mendelssohn's Critical Encounter with Edmund Burke's Aesthetics," 50:327-354.

Garcia, Humberto, "Debunking William Hazlitt's Liberal Myth: Public Print Culture in the Long Counterrevolution" (Book Review), 48:Online Supplement.

Garret, Peter, "Rarefied Gothic" (Book Review), 47:81-84.

George, Jacqueline, "'All these lovers of books have themselves become books!': Leigh Hunt in his Library," 50:245-262.

Glaisyer, Natasha, "'A due Circulation in the Veins of the Publick': Imagining Credit in Late Seventeenth- and Early Eighteetnh-Century England," 46:277-297.

Greene, Jody, "Accounting for Taste" (Book Review), 47:85-89.

———, "Ego non sum Ego: John Dunton and the Consolations of Print," 50:127-144.

Gregg, Stephen, "Contrariness: Defoe and Polticial Biography" (Book Review), 50:Online Supplement.

Griffin, Dustin, "The Age of Elizabeth in the Age of Johnson" (Book Review), 47:Online Supplement.

———, "Whigs and Jacobites in the Age of Queen Anne" (Book Review), 47:Online Supplement.

Griffiths, Michael R., "Caveats for the Posthuman Past: Questions of Methodology in Eighteenth-Century Animal Studies" (Book Review), 49:Online Supplement.

Groom, Nick, "'The purest english': Ballads and the English Literary Dialect," 47:179-202.

Guerrini, Anita, "Alexander Monro Primus and the Moral Theatre of Anatomy," 47:1-18.

Haggerty, George E., "'The Queen was not shav'd yet': Edward Kynaston and the Regendering of the Restoration Stage," 50:309-326.

———, "Queer People: Then and Now" (Book Review), 50:Online Supplement.

Hammond, Brean S., "The Art of Eighteenth-Century Flaneur" (Book Review), 49:Online Supplement.

———, "When Sound Echoes Sense: Of Language, Epistemology, and Ethics in Pope and Berkeley" (Book Review), 47:Online Supplement.

Harrow, Sharon, "Introduction" to J. Douglas Canfield Commemorative Issue, 46:197-200.

Henderson, Andrea, "Mastery and Melancholy in Suburbia," 50:221-244.

Hinnant, Charles, "Shaftesbury, Burke, and Wollstonecraft: Permutations on the Sublime and the Beautiful," 46:17-36.

Huges, Derek, "Rape on the Restoration Stage," 46:225-236.

Hultquist, Aleksondra, "Nearly Novel Beginnings" (Book Review), 47:Online Supplement.

Johnston, Elizabeth, "The Epistemology of the Gaze in Popular Discourse: A Re-Vision," 50:385-391.

Jordan, Nicolle, "'Where Power is Absolute': Royalist Politics and the Improved Landscape in a Poem by Anne Finch, Countess of Winchilsea," 46:255-276.

Juengel, Scott J., "Mungo Park's Artificial Skin; Or, the Year the White Man Passed," 47:19-38.

Justice, George, "The Penalties of Authorship" (Book Review), 46:Online Supplement.

Keith, Jennifer, "Innovations in Women's Poetry" (Book Review), 49:181-185.

———, "Why Poetry?" (Book Review), 48:87-91.

Kim, James, "'good cursed, bouncing losses': Masculinity, Sentimental Irony, and Exuberance in Tristram Shandy," 48:3-24.

Koehler, Martha J., "Manual Dexterities" (Book Review), 50:377-384.

Klekar, Cynthia, "An Introduction: Reconstructing History: Literature, History and Anthropology in the Pacific," 49:193-196.

Kramnick, Jonathan, "Empiricism, Cognitive Science, and the Novel," 48:263-285.

———, "Response: Some Thoughts on Print Culture and the Emotions," 50:263-267.

Lamb, Jonathan, "Historical Re-enactment, Extremity, and Passion," 49:239-250.

———, "Locke's Wild Fancies: Empiricism, Personhood, and Fictionality," 48:187-204.

Looser, Devony, "Old Age as a Useful Category of Historical Analysis" (Book Review), 46:Online Supplement

———, "Pioneer Feminizers and the Welcome of Eighteenth-Century Female Authors" (Book Review), 49:Online Supplement..

Lynch, Deidre, "On Going Steady With Novels," 50:207-220.

Mackie, Erin, "Boys Will Be Boys: Masculinity, Criminality, and the Restoration Rake," 46:129-150.

———, "Dressing for Success" (Book Review), 46:Online Supplement.

———, "Figuring Out the Public Sphere" (Book Review), 49:Online Supplement.

Mandell, Laura, "Introduction: Histories of Print, Histories of Emotion," for Special Issue Technologies of Emotion, 50:119-126.

Maurer, Shawn Lisa, "Fathers, Sons, and Lovers: The Transformation of Masculine Authority in Dryden's Aureng-Zebe," 46:151-174.

McGuirk, Carol, "Jacobite History to National Song: Robert Burns and Carolina Oliphant (Baroness Nairne)," 47:253-288.

McDowell, Paula, "'The Manufacture and Lingua-facture of Ballad Making': Broadside Ballads in Long Eighteenth-Century Ballad Discourse," 47:151-178.

McLane, Maureen N., "Dating Orality, Thinking Balladry: Of Milkmaids and Minstrels in 1771," 47:131-150.

Meeker, Natania, "Lire et Devenir: The Embodied Reader and Feminine Subjectivity in Eighteenth-Century France," 47:39-58.

———, "The Materialist Tropes of La Mettrie," 48:245-262.

Mitchell, Robert, "'Beings that have existence only in ye minds of men': State Finance and the Origins of the Collective Imagination," 49:117-140.

———, "History, Continuity, and Discontinuity: Cyborgs and the Eighteenth Century" (Book Review), 49:Online Supplement.

Mowry, Melissa, "Feminism and Eighteenth-Century Studies: Working in the Bordello of History," 50:33-42.

———, "Women, Work, Rearguard Politics, and Defoe's Moll Flanders," 49:97-116.

Muri, Allison, "Enlightenment Cybernetics: Communications and Control in the Man-Machine," 49:141-164.

O' Brien, John, "Authorizing Readers" (Book Review), 46:Online Supplement.

Orr, Bridget, "'Maui and Orphic blood': Cook's Death in Contemporary Maori Poetry," 49:165-180.

Packham, Catherine, "Feigning Fictions: Imagination, Hypothesis, and Philosophical Writing in the Scottish Enlightenment," 48:149-172.

Paquette, Gabriel, "Enlightened Narratives and Imperial Rivalry in Bourbon Spain: The Case of Almodovar's Historia Politica de los Establecimientos Ultramarinos de las Naciones Europeas (1784-1790)," 48:61-80.

———, "Ordering the New World" (Book Review), 49:261-264.

Park, Suzie, "Compulsory Narration, Sentimental Interface: Going through the Motions of Emotion," 50:165-184.

Peace, Mary, "The Magdalen Hospital and the Fortunes of Whiggish Sentimentality in Mid-Eighteenth-Century Britain: 'Well-Grounded' Exemplarity vs. 'Romantic' Exceptionality," 48:125-148.

Perry, Curtis, "Three Kingdoms?" (Book Review), 48:Online Supplement.

Perry, Ruth, "Brother Trouble: Incest Ballads of the British Isles," 47:289-308.

Pollak, Ellen, "The Future of Feminist Theory and Eighteenth-Century Studies," 50:13-20.

Porter, Gerald, and Jukka Tiusanen, "Performing Resistance to the New Rural Order: An Unpublished Ballad Opera and the Green Song," 47:203-232.

Ramsey, Rachel, "Buying and Selling Luxury in Seveenteenth-Century England" (Book Review), 47:Online Supplement.

Randhawa, Beccie Puneet, "The Inhospitable Muse: Locating Creole Identity in James Grainger's The Sugar-Cane," 49:67-86.

Regan, Shaun, "'Pranks, Unfit for Naming': Pope, Curll, and the 'Satirical Grotesque,'" 46:37-58.

Richetti, John J., "Beyond Foucault: Criminal Narratives and Personal Liberation" (Book Review), 47:Online Supplement.

Rivero, Albert J., "Celebrating Johnson's Dictionary" (Book Review), 49:265-272.

Rogers, Shef, "In Memoriam: Greg Dening (1931-2008)," 49:189-192.

Rosenthal, Laura J., "Mandeville's Modest Defence: A Key Text in the History of Eighteenth-Century Sexuality" (Book Review), 48:Online Supplement.

———, "Pamela's Work," 46:245-254.

———, "Introduction: Recovering from Recovery," for Special Issue The Future of Feminist Theory in Eighteenth-Century Studies, 50:1-12.

Rothenberg, Molly Anne, "Why We Need Cynicism Now" (Book Review), 50:Online Supplement.

Roulston, Chris, "Space and the Representation of Marriage in Eighteenth-Century Advice Literature," 49:25-42.

Schmidgen, Wolfram, "The Politics and Philosophy of Mixture: John Locke Recomposed," 48:205-224.

Shields, Juliet, "Smollett's Scots and Sodomites: British Masculinity in Roderick Random," 46:175-188.

Silver, Sean R., "Locke's Pineapple and the History of Taste," 49:43-66.

Smith, Jad, "The Erotics of Loss" (Book Review), 47:Online Supplement.

Smitten, Jeffrey, "Jonh Wilkes, Liberty, and Scandal" (Book Review), 47:Online Supplement.

Snead, Jennifer, "The Mind in Motion," 48:173-179.

Sussman, Charlotte, "Life and Letters in the City" (Book Review), 47:Online Supplement.

Thomason, Laura E., "The Covert Homoeroticism of A Spy on Mother Midnight," 50:271-284.

Thompson, Ayanna, "The Future of Early Modern Race Studies: On Three Ambitious (Enough?) Books" (Book Review), 49:251-260.

Thompson, Helen, "The Personal is Political: Domesticity's Domestic Contents" (Book Review), 50:355-370.

———, "'In Idea, a thousand nameless Joys': Secondary Qualities in Arnauld, Locke, and Haywood's Lasselia," 48:225-244.

Thompson, Helen, and Natania Meeker, "Empiricism, Substance, Narrative: An Introduction," 48:183-186.

Thompson, James, "J. Douglas Canfield and Restoration Drama," 201-206.

Thorn, Jennifer, "Phillis Wheatley's Ghosts: The Racial Melancholy of New England Protestants," 50:73-100.

Tillery, Denise, "Engendering the Language of the New Science: The Subject of John Wilkins's Language Project," 46:59-79.

Tomko, Michael, "Abolition Poetry, National Identity, and Religion: the Case of Peter Newby's The Wrongs of Almoona," 48:25-44.

Turnbull, Paul, "In Memoriam: Greg Dening (1931-2008)," 49:189-192.

Wallace, Elizabeth Kowaleski, "Defining the Cultural Work of Sentimentality" (Book Review), 50:Online Supplement.

———, "The First Samurai: Isolationism in Englebert Kaempfer's 1727 History of Japan," 48:111-124.

Warner, William B., "The Invention of a Public Machine for Revolutionary Sentiment: The Boston Committee of Correspondence," 50:145-164.

Watt, James, "Thomas Percy, China, and the Gothic," 48:95-110.

Weise, Wendy, "J. Douglas Canfield: Teacher, Mentor, Colleague," 46:217-224.

Wildermuth, Mark, "Samuel Johnson and the Aesthetics of Complex Dynamics," 48:45-60.

Wood, Gillen D' Arcy, "The British Empire Live Onstage (Book Review), 50:371-376.

Yonan, Michael, "Ornament's Invitation: The Rococo of Vienna's Gardkirche," 50:285-308.

Zinsser, Judith P., "Feminist Biography: A Contradiction in Terms?," 50:43-50.

Zuroski, Eugenia, "Imagining the Female Nation" (Book Review), 48:Online Supplement.