Special Issue 53.3, Fall 2012, Guest Editor Kathryn R. King

Table of Contents

Essays in Memory of Hans Turley

Kathryn R. King, “Introduction: Hans Turley, Queer Studies, and the Open-Hatched Eighteenth Century.”

Susan S. Lanser, “Of Closed Doors and Open Hatches: Heteronormative Plots in Eighteenth-Century (Women’s) Studies.”

Paul Kelleher, “Reason, Madness, and Sexuality in the British Public Sphere.”

George E. Haggerty, “Smollett’s World of Masculine Desire in The Adventures of Roderick Random.”

Helen Deutsch, “‘This once was me’: Lady Mary Wortley Montagu’s Ecstatic Poetics.”

Sally O’Driscoll, “The Pirate’s Breasts: Criminal Women and the Meanings of the Body.”

Laura J. Rosenthal, “Cultural Studies and Pirate Studies: Straight on ’til Morning.”