An Index of Authors from Volume 51 to Volume 55, 2010-2014

Ahmed, Siraj, “Dispossession and Civil Society: The Ambivalence of Enlightenment Political Philosophy,” 55:153-174.

Alff, David, “Why No One Can Mend the Slough of Despond,” 54:375-392.

Arnold, Whitney, “Rousseau and Reformulating Celebrity,” 55:39-56.

Azfar, Farid, “Beastly Sodomites and the Shameless Urban Future,” 55:391-410.

Barney, Richard A., “Burke, Biomedicine, and Biobelligerence,” 54:231-244.

Barr, Rebecca Anne, “Richardson’s Sir Charles Grandison and the Symptoms of Subjectivity,” 51:391-412.

Bauer, Ralph, “The Mendicants in the New World City” (Book Review), 55:431-34.

Benedict, Barbara M., “Finding Room for Things” (Book Review), 51:251-256.

———, “Print into Fiction, Readers into Authors” (Book Review), 55:455-60.

Bloom, Rori, “‘Un Sopha rose brodé d’argent’: Crébillon fils and the Rococo,” 51:87-102.

Bohls, Elizabeth A., “Breaking the Frame” (Book Review), 51:229-234.

Boulukos, George E., “Scripture, Enlightenment, and the Invention of Race: Colin Kidd’s The Forging of Races” (Book Review), 51:491-496.

Brewer, David A., “The Tactility of Authorial Names,” 54:195-214.

Brodsky, Claudia, “‘Judgment’ and the Genesis of What We Lack: ‘Schema,’ ‘Poetry,’ and the ‘Monogram of the Imagination’ in Kant,” 51:317-340.

Brown, Laura, “The Happy Man and the Cultural Fable of the Good Life.”

———, “The Lady, the Lapdog, and Literary Alterity,” 52:31-46.

Chao, Noelle, “‘Listening to the Voice on the Page: Joshua Steele and the Technologies of Recording,” 54:245-262.

Chapman, David W., “The Legendary John Howard and Prison Reform in the Eighteenth Century” (Book Review), 54:545-550.

Chen, Jeng-Guo S., “Eighteenth-Century England’s Chinese Taste” (Book Review).

———, “Gendering India: Effeminacy and the Scottish Enlightenment’s Debates over Virtue and Luxury,” 51:193-210.

Chico, Tita, “Civil Society and Its Discontents,” 55:99-102.

Chudgar, Neil, “Always to Be Blest” (Book Review), 54:427-432.

Cohen, Ashley, L., “Wage Slavery, Oriental Despotism, and Global Labor Management in Maria Edgeworth’s Popular Tales,” 55:193-216.

Cole, Lucinda, “Introduction: Human-Animal Studies and the Eighteenth Century” for Special Issue “Animal, All Too Animal,” 52:1-10.

———, and Donna Landry, Bruce Boehrer, Richard Nash, Erica Fudge, Robert Markley, and Carey Wolfe, “Speciesism, Identity Politics, and Ecocriticism: A Conversation with Humanists and Posthumanists,” 52:87-106.

Combe, Kirk, “Women Signifiers” (Book Review), 52:211-214.

Coppola, Al, “‘Without the Help of Glasses’: The Anthropocentric Spectacle of Nehemiah Grew’s Botany,” 54:263-278.

Cruise, James, “A Journal of the Plague Year: Defoe’s Grammatology and the Secrets of Belonging,” 54:479-496.

del Valle, Ivonne, “From José de Acosta to the Enlightenment: Barbarians, Climate Change, and (Colonial) Technology as the End of History,” 54:435-460.

Erben, Patrick M., “The Creole Quakers of Early Pennsylvania” (Book Review), 54:421-426.

Evans, James E., “Evelina, the Rustic Girls of Congreve and Abington, and Surrogation in the 1770s,” 52:157-172.

Farr, Jason S., “Sharp Minds / Twisted Bodies: Intellect, Disability, and Female Education in Frances Burney’s Camilla,” 55:1-18.

Ferreira da Silva, Denise, “Transversing the Circuit of Dispossession,” 55:283-290.

Festa, Lynn. “Servants of the Market: Pamela‘s Literary Entourage” (Book Review), 51:497-502.

Freeman, Lisa A., “The ‘Oldest’ Profession Made Modern” (Book Review), 51:235-240.

Garcia, Humberto, “A Hungarian Revolution in Restoration England: Henry Stubbe, Radical Islam, and the Rye House Plot,” 51:1-26.

———, “The Transports of Lascar Specters: Dispossessed Indian Sailors in Women’s Romantic Poetry,” 55:255-272.

Gaston, Sean, “The Impossibility of Sympathy,” 51:129-152.

Genovese, Michael, “‘Profess as Much as I’: Dignity as Authority in the Poetry of Sarah Fyge Egerton,” 51:45-66.

Girten, Kristin M., “Charlotte Smith’s Tactile Poetics,” 54:215-230.

———, “Mingling with Matter: Tactile Microscopy and the Philosophic Mind in Brobdingnag and Beyond,” 54:497-520.

Goss, Erin M., “What Is Called Corporeal: William Blake and the Question of the Body,” 51:413-430.

Hanlon, Aaron R., “Maids, Mistresses, and ‘Monstrous Doubles’: Gender-Class Kyriarchy in The Female Quixote and Female Quixotism,” 55:77-96.

Holm, Melanie D. “Laughter, Skepticism, and the Pleasures of Being Misunderstood in Laurence Sterne’s The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman,” 55:355-76.

Johnson, David, “British Models of Colonial Governance: Adam Smith and John Bruce on the Cape Colony,” 51:103-128.

Jokic, Olivera, “Commanding Correspondence: Letters and the ‘Evidence of Experience’ in the Letterbook of John Bruce, the East India Company Historiographer,” 52:109-136.

Joseph, Betty, “The Political Economy of the English Rogue,” 55:175-192.

Kazanjian, David, “‘To see the Issue of these his exorbitant practices’: A Response to ‘The Dispossessed Eighteenth Century’,” 55:273-282.

Kim, Julie Chun, “Natural Histories of Indigenous Resistance: Alexander Anderson and the Caribs of St. Vincent,” 55:217-234.

King, Christa Knellwolf , “A History of Inanimate Minds” (Book Review), 55:451-54.

Koehler, Martha J. “The Problem of Suspense in Richardson’s Sir Charles Grandison,” 54:317-338.

Kopec, Andrew, “Collective Commerce and the Problem of Autobiography in Olaudah Equiano’s Narrative,” 54:461-478.

Kubek, Elizabeth, “‘All Whores are Jacobites’: Terror, Book, and Body in the Writings of John Dunton,” 51:451-470.

Lake, Crystal B., “Feeling Things: The Novel Objectives of Sentimental Objects,” 54:183-194.

Lamb, Jonathan, “Sympathy with Animals and Salvation of the Soul,” 52:69-86.

Landry, Donna, “English Brutes, Eastern Enlightenment,” 52:11-30.

Lee, Anthony W., “Mentoring and Mimicry in Boswell’s Life of Johnson,” 51:67-86.

Lipking, Lawrence, “Contemporary Johnson” (Book Review), 55:291-294.

Mack, Ruth, “The Limits of the Senses in Johnson’s Scotland,” 54:279-294.

Mackie, Erin, “Gulliver and the Houyhnhnm Good Life,” 55:109-116.

———, “Swift and Mimetic Sickness,” 55:359-375.

Mallipeddi, Ramesh, “‘A Fixed Melancholy’: Migration, Memory, and the Middle Passage,” 55:235-254.

Mannheimer, Katherine, “Indexing the Indecorous in the Life and Work of William Hogarth” (Book Review), 54:559-564.

———, “A New Unmodern Eighteenth Century” (Book Review), 55:441-50.

Marks, Sylvia Kasey, “Delectando Monemus: An Examination of the Books That Delighted and Instructed Young Readers 1700-1840″ (Book Review), 55:313-319.

Melville, Peter, “Lying with Godwin and Kant: Truth and Duty in St. Leon,” 55:19-38.

Michael, Jennifer Davis, “Drawn Dry with Thanks and Compliments: Blake and the Gift” (Book Review), 55:295-300.

Mueller, Andreas K. E., “A ‘Body Unfitt’: Daniel Defoe in the Pillory and the Resurrection of the Versifying Self,” 54:393-408.

Murison, Justine S., “Performing Criticism in Early America” (Book Review), 51:241-244.

Nash, Richard, “Joy and Pity: Reading Animal Bodies in Late Eigheenth-Century Culture,” 52:47-68.

Nazar, Hina, “Friendship, Philosophy, and Argument: An Enlightenment Narrative” (Book Review), 54:571-576.

Nicolazzo, Sarah. “Henry Fielding’s The Female Husband and the Sexuality of Vagrancy,” 55:335-54.

Norman, Nathaniel, “Organic Tensions: Putting the Tracings Back on the Map in Boswell’s Life of Samuel Johnson,” 55:57-76.

Norton, Brian Michael, “Emma Courtney, Feminist Ethics, and the Problem of Autonomy,” 54:297-316.

O’Quinn, Daniel, “Navigating Crisis in Sheridan’s The Rivals,” 55:117-122.

Palumbo, David M., “Death Becomes Her: Figuration and Decay in Swift’s ‘Birthday Poems’ to Stella,” 51:431-450.

Park, Julie, “What the Eye Cannot See: Interior Landscapes in Mansfield Park,” 54:169-182.

Perovic, Sanja, “Neither Public nor Private: The Domestic Sphere in French Enlightenment Political Thought,” 52:219-224.

Pfau, Thomas, “The Letter of Judgment: Practical Reason in Aristotle, the Stoics, and Rousseau,” 51:289-316.

———, “‘Shadowing the Lyric: Tilottama Rajan Reads Romantic Narrative” (Book Review), 54:565-570.

Pollock, Anthony, “Aesthetic Economies of Immasculation: Capitalism and Gender in Wollstonecraft’s Letters from Sweden,” 52:193-210.

Powell, Manushag N., and Rivka Swenson, “Introduction: Subject Theory and the Sensational Subject,” 54:147-152.

Rajan, Tilottama, “Judging Justice: Godwin’s Critique of Judgment in Caleb Williams and Other Novels,” 51:341-362.

Ramsey, Rachel, “Buying and Selling Luxury in Seventeenth-Century England” (Book Review), 51:245-250.

Regan, Shaun, “Learning Not to Curse: Swearing, Testimony, and Truth in Olaudah Equiano’s The Interesting Narrative,” 54:339-358.

Reynolds, Nicole, “Cottage Industry: The Ladies of Llangollen and the Symbolic Capital of the Cottage Ornée,” 51:211-228.

Robinson, Terry F., “Mediated Performances: Negotiating the Theater of War on the Late Eighteenth-Century Stage and Page” (Book Review), 55:307-312.

Rosenberg, Jordana, “‘Accumulate! Accumulate! That is Moses and the Prophets!’: Secularism, Historicism, and the Critique of Enthusiasm,” 51:471-490.

Rosenberg, Jordana, and Chi-ming Yang, “Introduction: The Dispossessed Eighteenth Century” 55:137-152.

Ross, Catherine, “The Romantic Kinship of Medical Science, Sensory Experience, and Literary Aesthetics” (Book Review), 52:215-218.

Ross, Slaney Chadwick, “Maria Edgeworth’s The Rose, Thistle, and Shamrock: Symbolic Unification, Women’s Education, and the Marriage Plot,” 55:377-90.

Rudy, Seth, “Stories of Everything: Epics, Encyclopedias, and Concepts of “Complete” Knowledge,” 55:411-30.

Schürer, Norbert, ” Sustaining Identity in I’tesamuddin’s The Wonders of Vilayet,” 52:137-156.

Schmidgen, Wolfram, “Eighteenth-Century Literary Culture and the Experience of History” (Book Review), 52:231-234.

Silva, Cristobal, “Nostalgia and The Good Life,” 55:123-128.

Soni, Vivasvan, “Introduction: The Crisis of Judgment” for Special Issue “The Crisis of Judgment,” 51:261-288.

———, “Committing Freedom: The Cultivation of Judgment in Rousseau’s Emile and Austen’s Pride and Prejudice,” 51:363-388.

Sorensen, Janet, “A Review of Evan Gottlieb, Feeling British: Sympathy and National Identity in Scottish and English Writing, 1707-1832” (Book Review), 51:503-508.

Sweet, Timothy, “What Is Improvement” (Book Review), 52:225-230.

Swenson, Rivka, “Optics, Gender, and the Eighteenth-Century Gaze: Looking at Eliza Haywood’s Anti-Pamela,” 51:27-44.

Temple, Kathryn, “What’s Old Is New Again: William Blackstone’s Theory of Happiness Comes to America,” 55:129-134.

Tierny-Hynes, Rebecca, “Fictional Mechanics: Haywood, Reading, and the Passions,” 51:153-172.

Thompson, Helen, “”It was impossible to know these People’: Secondary Qualities and the Form of Character in A Journal of the Plague Year,” 54:153-168.

Van Renen, Denys, “Topography as History” (Book Review), 55:319-324.

Waldrep, Shelton, “Reading in the Round” (Book Review), 55:301-306.

Walker, Marilyn, “The Defense of Phillis Wheatley,” 52:235-240.

Walsh, Megan, “The Science of Discernment in Early America” (Book Review), 55:325-330.

Warner, William B, “The Enlightenment: A (French) Restoration” (Book Review), 54:415-420.

Warren, Andrew, “Designing and Undrawing Veils: Anxiety and Authorship in Radcliffe’s The Italian,” 54:521-544.

Wear, Jeremy, “Indentured Servitude, Material Identities, and Daniel Defoe in the Chesapeake Colonies” (Book Review), 55:435-40.

Webster, Jeremy W., “Recovering the Flesh and Blood of the European Enlightenment” (Book Review), 54:409-415.

Witherbee, Amy, “The Temporality of the Public in The Tatler and The Spectator,” 51:173-192.

Yahav, Amit, “The Sense of Rhythm: Nationalism, Sympathy, and the English Elocutionists,” 52:173-192.