An Index of Authors from Volume 56 to Volume 57, 2015-2016

Alkemeyer, Bryan, “The Natural History of the Houyhnhnms: Noble Horses in Gulliver’s Travels,” 57:23-38.

Allingham, Liesl, “Gender and Narrative Crisis in Christoph Martin Wieland’s ‘Novella without a Title,’” 56:427-44.

Bailes, Melissa, “Paying Attention: Cognitive Psychology in Eighteenth-Century Poetry,” 56:527-30.

———, Melissa, “Women, Gardens, and Solitude in Eighteenth-Century Britain” (Book Review), 57:537-42.

Beach, Adam R., “A Reappraisal of the Quakers and the Development of Antislavery Thought” (Book Review), 56:511-15.

Behrens, Michael, “The Threat and Allure of Methodism” (Book Review), 56:381-86.

Benis, Toby R., “The Neighborhoods of Northanger Abbey,” 56:179-92.

Beynon, John C., “Landscapes of Lesbian Desire” (Book Review), 56:125-30.

Binhammer, Katherine, “Circulating Stories and Narrative Currency in David Simple,” 56:1-20.

Blackwell, Kirk, “‘Commodified Antiques and Antiqued Commodities’: Barrett Kalter’s Century of the Mysteries” (Book Review), 56:521-25.

Bolufer, Mónica, Orientalizing Southern Europe?: Spain Through the Eyes of Foreign Travelers,” 57:451-68.

Carretta, Vincent, “Dreadful Acts of Liberty” (Book Review), 56:517-20.

Carvalho, Bruno, “Writing Race in Two Americas: Blackness, Science, and Circulation of Knowledge in the Eighteenth-Century Luso-Brazilian World and the United States,” 57:303-24.

Cervantes, Gabriel, and Dahlia Porter, “Extreme Empiricism: John Howard, Poetry, and the Thermometrics of Reform,” 57:95-120.

Combe, Kirk, “Staging Early Modern Women” (Book Review), 56:507-510.

Cook, Jessica, “Mary Leapor and the Poem as Meeting Place,” 57:365-84.

Cuillé Tili Boon, “Debunking Myth: Behind the Scenes at the Paris Opéra” (Book Review), 56:131-36.

DeWispelare, Daniel, “‘What we want in Elegance, we gain in Copiousness’: Eighteenth-Century English and Its Empire of Tongues,” 57:121-40.

Douthwaite, Julia, “How to Collect Art and Influence People” (Book Review), 56:395-400.

———, “Is Charity for Schmucks?: The Legitimacy of Bienfaisance ca. 1760-82 and ca. 2013-15,” 57:1-22.

Drury, Joseph, “Twilight of the Virgin Idols: Iconoclash in The Monk,” 57:217-34.

Forbes, Erin E., “Between the Human and Brutal Creation”: Posthuman Agency and the Samuel Frost Corpus,” 57:39-70.

Frohock, Richard, “Satire and Civil Governance in A General History of the Pyrates (1724, 1726),” 56:467-83.

Goss, Erin M., “Homespun Gossip: Jane West, Jane Austen, and the Task of Literary Criticism,” 56:165-77.

Haggerty, George E., “Gothic Portaits” (Book Review), 57:141-44.

Heyd, Uriel, “News Craze: Public Sphere and the Eighteenth-Century Theatrical Depiction of Newspaper Culture,” 56:59-84.

Hultquist, Aleksondra, “Adapting Desires in Aphra Behn’s The History of the Nun,” 56:485-506.

Insley Hershinow, Stephanie, “Clarissa’s Conjectural History: The Novel and the Novice,” 56: 295-318.

Jackson, Spencer, “Clarissa’s Political Theology and the Alternative Modernity of God, Death, and Writing,” 56: 319-40.

Jaffe, Catherine M. and Elisa Martín-Valdepeñas Yagüe, “Gender, Translation, and Eighteenth-Century Women Dramatists: Elizabeth Griffith’s The School for Rakes (1769) and María Lorenza de los Ríos y Loyo’s El Eugenio (1801),” 56:41-58.

Jokic, Olivera, “The Odds and the Ends: What to Do with Some Letters of Catharine Macaulay,” 56:209-25.

Kahan, Lee, “‘I See the World Without Going into It’: Manley’s New Atlantis and the Problem of Mass Mediation in the English Enlightenment,” 57:491-512.

Kareem, Sarah Tindal, “Enlightenment Bubbles, Romantic Worlds,” 56:85-104.

Keevak, Michael, “The ‘Chineseness’ of English Styles in the Long Eighteenth Century” (Book Review), 57:527-30.

Knight, Bill, “Of Transport and Transportation,” 57:433-51.

Kraft, Elizabeth, “‘Happy the Man’: The Eighteenth-Century Novel and the Pursuit of Happiness” (Book Review), 57:151-56.

Krueger, Misty, “From Marginalia to Juvenilia: Jane Austen’s Vindication of the Stuarts,” 56:243-59.

Lamb, Jonathan, “Bruno Latour, Michel Serres, and Fictions of the Enlightenment,” 57:181-96.

Looser, Devoney, “Introduction: Jane Austen and Her Contemporaries,” 56:147-49.

Lupton, Christina, Sean Silver, and Adam Sneed, “Introduction: Latour and Eighteenth-Century Literary Studies,” 57:165-80.

Mallory-Kani, “‘A Healthy State’: Mary Wollstonecraft’s Medico-Politics,” 56:21-40.

McMichael, Trevor, “Gender, Neutrality, and the Nursing Father in Pratt’s Emma Corbett,” 56: 277-94.

Miles, Steven B., “From Mobility to Stability: Civil Examinations and Social Status in Eighteenth-Century China” (Book Review): 57:519-26.

Mulholland, James, “The Futures of Anglophone Indian Literary Studies” (Book Review), 57:531-36.

———, “Impersonating Islanders: Inauthenticity, Sexuality, and the Making of the Tahitian Speaker in 1770s British Poetry,” 57:343-64.

Nace, Nicholas D., “The Curious Case of the Unfortunate John Cleland” (Book Review), 56:137-43.

Oldfather, Elizabeth, “‘Snatched’ into The Seasons: The Cognitive Roots of Loco-Descriptive Form,” 56:445-65.

Packham, Catherine, “History, the Novel, and the French Revolution” (Book Review), 57:145-50.

Pasanek, Brad and Chad Wellmon, “The Enlightenment Index,” 56:357-80.

Pauley, Benjamin F., “Quite Contrary: Defoe’s Dialectics” (Book Review), 57:385-90.

Pearl, Jason H., “A History of Historical Darkness” (Book Review), 57:391-96.

Rigilano, Matthew J., “Embodying the Invisible: Materiality and Subjectivity in Cavendish, Manley, and Haywood,” 57:71-94.

Rothenberg, Molly Anne, “Scott’s Surprising Contemporaneity” (Book Review), 57:397-400.

Sanders, Scott M., “On Chanting Wailing, and Spell-Casting: Haunting Voices in Jacques Cazotte’s Le Diable Amoureux,” 57:469-90.

Schey, Taylor, “The Ends of Pleasure” (Book Review), 57:157-62.

Silver, Sean, “Hooke, Latour, and the History of Extended Cognition,” 57: 197-216.

Skeehan, Danielle C., “Caribbean Women, Creole Fashioning, and the Fabric of Black Atlantic Writing,” 56:105-124.

Smith, Courtney Weiss, “Anne Finch’s Descriptive Turn,” 57:251-66.

Snider, Alvin, “What Was Enlightenment?” (Book Review), 56:401-406.

Spratt, Danielle, “Denaturalizing Lady Bountiful: Speaking the Silence of Poverty in Mary Brunton’s Discipline and Jane Austen’s Emma,” 56:193-208.

Stanica, Miruna, “Portraits of Delegation,” 57:235-66.

Stoll, Rebecca Roma, “‘Ye soft illusions, dear deceits, arise!’: Apostrophe as Suture in ‘Eloisa to Abelard,’” 56.341-56.

Swidzinski, Joshua, “Panoramic Sites and Civic Unrest in 1790s London,” 57:283-302.

Thomason, Laura E., “The Dilemma of Friendship in Austen’s Emma,” 56: 227-41.

Turner, James, “White Light” (Book Review), 57:513-18.

Valvo, Nick, “Sentimental Disinterest,” 57:411-32.

Walker, Marilyn, “Gendering Transatlantic Anti-Slavery History” (Book Review), 57:401-408.

Wallace, Tara Ghoshal, “‘To One Thing Constant’: The Passion of Pope’s Eloisa,” 56:411-26.

Walsh, Marcus, “Si Vulgus Vult Decipi, Decipiatur” (Book Review), 56: 387-95.

Warner, William B., “Reality and the Novel: Latour and the Uses of Fiction,” 57:267-80.

Wilson, Cheryl A., “‘Something like mine’: Catherine Hutton, Jane Austen, and Feminist Recovery Work,” 56:151-64.

Wolloch, Nathaniel, “Natural Disasters and the Debate on the Unity or Plurality of Enlightenments,” 57:325-42.

Wyett, Jodi L., “Female Quixotism Refashioned: Northanger Abbey, the Engaged Reader, and the Woman Writer,” 56:261-76.