An Index of Authors from Volume 40 to Volume 45, 2000-2004

Aravamudan, Srinivas, “Art Criticism as a ‘Multi-Sited Ethnography,’” 42:181-186.

Armintor, Deborah Needleman, “‘Go, Get Your Husband Put into Commission’: Fielding’s Tom Thumb Plays and the Labor of Little Men,” 44:69-86.

Baker, Felicity, “Autobiography as Non-fiction: Rousseau’s Story of the Death of Claude Anet,” 41:141-159.

Baldyga, Natalya, “Political Bodies and Bodies Politic: Cultural Identity and the Actor in G. E. Lessing’s Hamburg Dramaturgy,” 43:253-267.

Beach, Adam R., “A Profound Pessimism About the Empire: The Isle of Pines, English Degeneracy and Dutch Supremacy,” 41:21-36.

Binhammer, Katherine, “Marie Antoinette Was ‘One of Us’: British Accounts of the Martyred Wicked Queen,” 44:233-256.

Braunschneider, Theresa, “Acting the Lover: Gender and Desire in Narratives of Passing Women,” 45:211-230.

Brophy, Sarah, “Women, Aging, and Gossip in Lady Mary Wortley Montagu’s Letters of the 1720s,” 45:1-20.

Burke, Tim, “‘Humanity is Now the Pop’lar Cry’: Laboring-Class Writers and the Liverpool Slave Trade, 1787-1789,” 42:245-263.

Combe, Kirk, “Shaftesbury and Monmouth as Lords of Misrule: Dryden and Menippean Transformations,” 45:231-248.

Chen, Jeng-Guo S., “The British View of Chinese Civilization and the Emergence of Class Consciousness,” 45:193-205.

Chilcoat, Michelle, “The Legacy of Enlightenment Brain Sex,” 41:3-20.

Christmas, William J., “Introduction: An Eighteenth-Century Laboring-Class Tradition,” 42:187-194.

Conway, Alison, “Flesh on the Mind: Behn Studies in the New Millennium,” 44:87-92.

Dalporto, Jeannie, “Landscape, Labor, and the Ideology of Improvement in Mary Leapor’s ‘Crumble-Hall,’” 42:228-244.

———, “The Succession Crisis and Elkanah Settle’s The Conquest of China by the Tartars,” 45:131-146.

Davis, Evan, “‘A Full and Exact Relation’: Sodomy, Authenticity, and Publication in the Narrative of the Marooned Dutchman,” 44:257-277.

Dokou, Christina, “Derrida’s Travels: Swift at Large in the Academy,” 42:113-141.

Elfenbein, Andrew, “Friendship/Love/Intimacy/Sex: Recent Studies of Eighteenth-Century Homoeroticism,” 41: 169-178.

Faller, Lincoln, “Captain Misson’s failed Utopia, Crusoe’s Failed Colony: Race and Identity in New, Not Quite Imaginable Worlds,” 43:1-18.

Feilla, Cecilia, “Performing Virtue: Pamela on the French Revolutionary Stage, 1793,” 43:286-304.

Francus, Marilyn, “Austen at the Movies. (Jane Austen in Hollywood),” 41:160-168.

Frangos, Jennifer, “Aphra Behn’s Cunning Stunts: ‘To the Fair Clarinda,’” 45:21-40.

Freeman, Lisa A., “The Cultural Politics of Antitheatricality: The Case of John Home’s Douglas,” 43:210-235.

Gautier, Gary, “Slavery and the Fashioning of Race in Oroonoko, Robinson Crusoe, and Equino’s Life,” 42:161-180.

Goodridge, John, “John Clare and Eighteenth-Century Poetry: Pomfret, Cunningham, Bloomfield,” 42:264-277.

Gottlieb, Evan, “The Astonished Eye: The British Sublime and Thomson’s ‘Winter,’” 42:43-58.

Greene, Jody, “Public Secrets: Sodomy and the Pillory in the Eighteenth Century and Beyond,” 44: 203-232.

Greene, Richard, “Mary Leapor: The Problem of Personal Identity,” 42: 218-227.

Haggerty, George E., “‘The End of History’”: Identity and Dissolution in Apocalyptic Gothic,” 41:225-246.

———, “Keyhole Testimony: Witnessing Sodomy in the Eighteenth Century,” 44:167-182.

Harol, Corrinne, “Virgin Idols and Verbal Devices: Pope’s Belinda and the Virgin Mary,” 45:41-60.

Hawes, Clement, “Enthusiasm’s Farther Adventures,” 41:247-252.

Hawkes, David, “Commodification and Subjectivity in John Bunyan’s Fiction,” 41:37-55.

Howard, Carol, “Wollstonecraft’s Thoughts on Slavery and Corruption,” 45:61-86.

Jordan, Nicolle, “Passion as Pharmakon” (Review of Geoffrey Sill’s, The Cure of the Passions ans the Origins of the English Novel), 45: 285-292.

Keegan, Bridget, “Cobbling Verse: Shoemaker Poets of the Long Eighteenth Century,” 42:195-217.

Keevak, Michael, “Knowing about China, 1500-1800” (Book Review), 43:8589.

King, Kathryn R., “Female Agency and Feminocentric Romance” (Book Review), 41:56-67.

Keogh, Annette, “Oriental Translations: Linguistic Explorations in to the Closed Nation of Japan,” 45:171-192.

Koehler, Martha J., “‘Faultless Monsters’ and Monstrous Egos: The Disruption of Model Selves in Frances Burney’s Evelina,” 43:19-42.

Kolbrener, William, “Gendering the Modern: Mary Astell’s Feminist Historiography,” 44:1-24.

Koundaoura, Maria, “Between Orientalism and Phihellenism: Lady Mary Wortley Montague’s ‘Real’ Greeks,” 45:249-264.

Liu, Yu, “The Jesuits and the Anti-Jesuits: The Two Different Connections of Leibniz with China,” 43:161-174.

Mackie, Erin, “Oversold and Under-delivered” (Book Review), 45:Online Supplement.

Markley, Robert, “Europe and East Asia in the Eighteenth Century” (Introduction), 45:111-114.

———, “Nothing Was Moribund, Nothing Was Dark: Time and Its Narratives in the Early Modern Period,” 41:179-184.

Marso, Lori J., “Defending the Queen: Wollstonecraft and Stael on the Politics of Sensibility and Feminine Difference,” 43:43-60.

McPherson, Heather, “Theatrical Riots and Cultural Politics in Eighteenth-Century London,” 43:236-252.

Meier, Thomas K., “Reclaiming Patriotism,” (Review of Dustin Griffin’s, Patriotism and Poetry in Eighteenth-Century Britain), 45:293-296.

Michie, Allen, “From Dendrites to Diderot” (Book Review), 43:175-177.

Min, Eun Kyung, “China between the Ancients and the Moderns,” 45:115-130.

Moore, Sean, “The Culture of Paper Credit: The New Economic Criticism and the Postcolonial Eighteenth Century,” 45:87-107.

Montag, Warren, “Gulliver’s Solitude: The Paradoxes of Swift’s Anti-Individulaism,” 42:1-14.

Newman, Steve, “The Value of ‘Nothing’: Ballads in The Beggar’s Opera,” 45: 265-284.

Nielsen, Wendy C., “Staging Rousseau’s Republic: French Revolutionary Festivals and Olympe de Gouges,” 43:268-285.

Noggle, James, “Eighteenth-Century Fiction and Lyric” (Book Review), 45:Online Supplement.

O’Brien, John, “Introduction: Theater and Theatricality,” 43:191-195.

O’Driscoll, Sally, “The Lesbian and the Passionless Woman: Femininity and Sexuality in Eighteenth-Century England,” 44:103-132.

Otto, Peter. “A Sublime Allegory: Blake, Blake Studies, and the Sublime,” 43:61-84.

Park, Julie, “Unheimlich Maneuvers: Enlightenment Dolls and Repetitions in Freud,” 44:45-68.

Peterfreund, Stuart, “Imagination at a Distance: Bacon’s Epistemological Double-Bind, Natural Theology, and the Way of Scientific Explanation in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries,” 41:110-140.

Pettit, Alexander, “The Adventures of Peter Wilkins: Desire, Difference, and the Fallacy of Comic Convention,” 42:91-112.

Potkay, Adam, “The Rhetoric of Empiricism Revisited” (Book Review), 45:Online Supplement.

Reid, Christopher. “Sacramental time: John Jackson, Christopher Smart, and the Reform of the Calendar,” 41:205-224.

Robinson, David Michael. “Pleasant Conversation in the Seraglio: Lesbianism, Platonic Love, and Cavendish’s Blazing World,” 44:133-166.

Rosenthal, Laura J., “The Exotic Restoration” (Book Review), 43:179-183.

———, “Family Affairs” (Book Review), 45:Online Supplement.

———, “Genre, Ideology, and Restoration Drama (Book Review),” 42:83-87.

Russell, Gillian, “‘Keeping place’: Servants, Theater and Sociability in Mid-Eighteenth-Century Britain,” 42:21-42.

Sandiford, Keith, “Vertices and Horizons with Sugar: A Tropology of Colonial Power,” 42:142-160.

Simon, Julia, “On Collecting Culture in Graffigny: The Construction of an ‘Authentic’ Peruvienne,” 44:25-45.

Smith, Jad, “How Fanny Comes to Know: Sensation, Sexuality, and the Epistemology of the Closet in Cleland’s Memoirs,” 44:183-202.

Solga, Kim, “The Savage Ambivalence of Delisle de la Drevetiere,” 43:196-209.

Steintrager James A., “Monstrous Appearances: Hogarth’s ‘Four Stages of Cruelty’ and the Paradox of Inhumanity,” 42:59-80.

Sudan, Rajani, “Mud, Mortar, and Other Technologies of Empire,” 45: 147-170.

Thompson, Helen. “Changing Character” (Book Review), 41:66-72.

———, “Feminizing the History of the Novel” (Book Review), 45:Online Supplement.

Loretelli, Rosamaria, “The Asethetics of Empiricism and the Origin of the Novel,” 41:83-109.

———, “Charlotte Lennox and the Agency of Romance,” 43:91-114.

Turley, Hans, “Preposterous Pleasure: Homoeroticism and the Eighteenth Century,” 44:101-102.

Valenza, Robin, “Editing the Self: David Hume’s Narrative Theory,” 43:137-160.

Walker, Lesley H., “When Girls Read Rousseau: The Case of Madame Roland,” 43:115-136.

Zunshine, Lisa. “The Politics of Eschatological Prophecy and Dryden’s 1700 the Secular Masque,” 41:185-204.