Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies

(The TQCC of Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies is 0. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 500 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-11-01 to 2023-11-01.)
The Sister Arts: Textile Crafts between Paint, Print and Practice3
Wounds and Wonder: Emotion, Imagination and War in the Cultures of Romantic Surgery3
Jonathan Swift and the Transgender Classroom2
Abolishing Cruelty: The Concurrent Growth of Anti‐Slavery and Animal Welfare Sentiment in British and Colonial Literature2
Branding Angelica: Reputation Management in Late Eighteenth‐Century England2
‘An Old Maid in a House Is the Devil’: Single Women and Landed Estate Management in Eighteenth‐Century England1
Epochs of Embodiment: Men, Women and the Material Body1
Women, Land and Property, Then and Now: An Afterword1
The Lure of the Past: Ancient Balneology at the Turn of the Eighteenth Century1
‘The Astronomic Muse’: Charles Burney and Astronomy1
Il mercato dei quadri a Roma nel diciottesimo secolo: la domanda, l'offerta e la circolazione delle opera in un grande centro artistico europeo. By PaoloCoen. Florence: Leo S. Olschki Editore. 1
Garrick and Shakespeare in Europe1
Les passeurs et passeuses littéraires dans le discours identitaire en Pologne des Lumières1
Afterword: Dismiss the Antiquary at Your Peril1
Paratext and Self‐Promotion in the Memoirs of the First Forty‐Five Years of the Life of James Lackington, Bookseller (1791)1
Family Planning and the Long Eighteenth‐Century Pocketbook1
Women and Property in the Long Eighteenth Century1
Prime Mates: The Simian, Maternity and Abjection in Brobdingnag1
Remembering Dr Sloane: Masculinity and the Making of an Eighteenth‐Century Physician1
Women's Strategies for Managing Land in Rural England, circa 1700‐18001
‘Employ'd in Works that Womankind Become’: Andromache and the Idealisation of Separate Spheres in Eighteenth‐Century Literature and Art1
Coverture and the Debtors' Prison in the Long Eighteenth Century1
‘Meanders of [the] Purple Flood’: Blood and Bloodletting in Eighteenth‐Century Literature and Medicine0
Friedrich Melchior Grimm, Correspondance littéraire, tome XI (1764). Edited by Mélinda Caron. Ferney‐Voltaire: Centre International d'Etude du XVIIIe Siècle. 2018. lxxxvi + 614 p. €180 (0
Imagination and Science in Romanticism. By Richard C.Sha. Baltimore: John Hopkins University Press. 2018. xi + 327 p. £44.50 (pb). ISBN 978‐1‐4214‐2578‐8.0
A Tribute to Richard Terry0
The Cinematic Eighteenth Century: History, Culture, and Adaptation. Edited by SrividhyaSwaminathan and Steven W.Thomas. New York and London: Routledge. 2018. vi + 196p. £120 (hb). ISBN 978‐1‐138‐633990
Scotch on the Rocks: Literary Identity and Linguistic Anxiety in Enlightenment Scotland0
Enlightenment Virtue, 1680‐1794. Edited by JamesFowler and MarineGanofsky. Oxford Studies in Enlightenment. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 2020. 296 p. £60 (pb). ISBN 978‐1‐789‐62041‐2.0
Pictures in Time: Temporality and Architecture in Picturesque Theory0
Discussing Patients in Private and in Print: The Records of an Eighteenth‐Century Dispensary0
The Trial of Warren Hastings: Classical Oratory and Reception in Eighteenth‐Century England. By ChiaraRolli. London: Bloomsbury Academic. 2019. viii + 209 p. 10 b. and w. illus. £85 (hb). ISBN 978‐1‐70
Before the Baton: Musical Direction and Conducting in Stuart and Georgian Britain. By PeterHolman. Woodbridge: Boydell & Brewer. 2020. xxiii + 405 p. 50 b. and w. illus. £50 (hb). ISBN 978‐1‐783270
Antiquitas non fingo: Newton, the Moderns and the Science of Ancient History0
‘No objection to go abroad’: Servants' Travel Advertisements in The Morning Post, London, 18150
Jesus in an Age of Enlightenment: Radical Gospels from Thomas Hobbes to Thomas Jefferson. By Jonathan C. P.Birch. London: Palgrave Macmillan. 2019. x + 493p. £64.99.0
Mozart in Context. Edited by Simon P.Keefe. Composers in Context. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 2019. xvii + 333 p. 18 b. and w. illus. £22.99 (pb). ISBN 978‐1‐316‐63244‐4.0
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Inventer l'acteur: émotions et spectacle dans l'Europe des Lumières. By LaurenceMarie. Paris: Sorbonne Université Presses. 2019. 477 p. 25 col. illus. €26 (pb). ISBN 979‐10‐231‐0555‐1.0
‘Some mode less revolting to their delicacy’: Women's Institutional Space in the Transpennine Enlightenment, 1781‐18220
Sisters of the Earth: The Landscapes, Radical Identities and Performances of Female Reformers in 18190
Reading Lewis Cage: The Young Cricketer (1768), by Frances Cotes RA: Cricket, Art and the Rise of Nationalism in England after the Seven Years War0
From Silence to Sound. Beethoven's Beginnings. By JeremyYudkin. Woodbridge: The Boydell Press. 2020. xx + 424pp. $95/£65 (hb). ISBN 978‐1‐78327‐479‐6.0
Christian Slavery: Conversion and Race in the Protestant Atlantic World. By KatharineGerbner. Philadelphia, PA: University of Pennsylvania Press. 2018. 280p. £20.99 (hb). ISBN 978‐0‐8122‐5001‐5.Childr0
The Savage and Modern Self: North American Indians in Eighteenth‐Century British Literature and Culture. By RobbieRichardson. Toronto: University of Toronto Press. 2018. 247 p. $70 (hb). ISBN 978‐1‐480
Giving Birth in Eighteenth‐Century England. By SarahFox. London: Royal Historical Society. 2022. 254 p. £25 (pb). ISBN: 978‐1‐914477‐06‐5.0
The Paper Chase: The Printer, the Spymaster, and the Hunt for the Rebel Pamphleteers. By JosephHone. London: Chatto & Windus. 2020. 251 p. £18.99 (hb). ISBN 97817847430620
The Persistence of Party: Ideas of Harmonious Discord in Eighteenth‐Century Britain. By MaxSkjönsberg. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2021. 373 p. £75 (hb). ISBN 97811088416340
Politics in the Marketplace: Work, Gender, and Citizenship in Revolutionary France. By KatieJarvis. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2019. 352 p. £29.99 (hb). ISBN 978‐0‐19‐091711‐1.0
The Guitar in Georgian England: A Social and Musical History. By ChristopherPage. New Haven, CT, and London: Yale University Press. 2020. 304 p. 20 col. and 30 b. and w. illus. $40/£30 (hb). ISBN 978‐0
Annotation in Eighteenth‐Century Poetry. Edited by MichaelEdson. Bethlehem, Pennsylvania: Lehigh University Press. 2017. 241p. $75.00. ISBN 978‐1‐61146‐252‐40
The Game of Love in Georgian England: Courtship, Emotions, and Material Culture. By SallyHolloway. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 2019. 256 p. 33 b. and w. illus. £60 (hb). ISBN 978‐0‐19‐882307‐0.0
Self‐absorption and performance in Tanci fiction: Eighteenth‐century Chinese conceptions of identity in comparative perspective0
The Telemann Compendium. By StevenZohn. Woodbridge: The Boydell Press. 2020. xii + 292 p. £55 (hb). ISBN 978‐1‐78327‐446‐8.0
Popular Opera in Eighteenth‐Century France: Music and Entertainment before the Revolution. By DavidCharlton. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 2022. xxiv + 368 p. £90 (hb). ISBN 978‐1‐316‐51584‐60
Charles Dibdin and Late Georgian Culture. Edited by Oskar CoxJensen, DavidKennerley and IanNewman. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 2018. xxiii + 249 p. 35 halftone illus. £58 (hb). ISBN 978‐0‐19‐88120
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The Useful Knowledge of William Hutton: Culture and Industry in Eighteenth‐Century Birmingham. By Susan E.Whyman. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 2018. 240 p. 43 b. and w. illus. Six tables. Nine cha0
‘Tumbling into the lap of Majesty’: Minuets at the Court of George III0
The Life and Legend of Catterina Vizzani: Sexual Identity, Science and Sensationalism in Eighteenth‐Century Italy and England. By ClorindaDonato. Oxford: Voltaire Foundation. 2020. Oxford University S0
The Triumph of the Estate? Fanny Price and Immoral Ownership of Property in Jane Austen's Mansfield Park0
New Perspectives on Handel's Music: Essays in Honour of Donald Burrows. Edited by DavidVickers. Woodbridge: The Boydell Press. 2022. xx + 476 p. £85 (hb). ISBN 978‐1‐78327‐146‐7.0
National Thanksgivings and Ideas of Britain, 1689‐1816. By WarrenJohnston. Woodbridge: The Boydell Press. 2020. xviii + 395 p. 1 b. and w. illus. £70 (hb). ISBN 978‐1‐783‐27258‐40
Oriental Wells: The Early Romantic Poets and Their Eastern Muse. By Md. MonirulIslam. New Delhi: Bloomsbury. 2021. 277 p. £76.50 (hb). ISBN: 9789389165203.0
Hemispheres and Stratospheres: The Idea and Experience of Distance in the International Enlightenment. Edited by Kevin L.Cope. Lewisburg, PA: Bucknell University Press. 2021. x + 249pp. $44.95 (pb). I0
Empire and Revolution: The Political Life of Edmund Burke. By RichardBourke. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. 2015. xxvi + 1001 p. $45.00/£30.95. ISBN 978‐0‐691‐14511‐2.0
The Wife of Bath in Afterlife. Ballads to Blake. By BetsyBowden. Lanham: Lehigh University Press. 2017. xxiv + 391 p. $120. ISBN 978‐1‐61146‐243‐2.0
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To Let or For Lease: ‘Small, but Genteel’ Lodgings for Bachelors in and about the Late Georgian Town0
The Limits of Sentimentalism: Financial Misconduct, Sensibility and Parliamentary Scandal in the Case of Powell and Bembridge0
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In Sparkling Company: Reflections on Glass in the 18th‐Century British World. Edited by Christopher L.Maxwell. Corning, NY: Corning Museum of Glass. 2020. 304 p. 191 illus. $65 (hb). ISBN 978‐0‐87290‐0
Gossip and Sexual Transgression in ‘English Society’ in 1790s’ Naples0
Music and the Benefit Performance in Eighteenth‐Century Britain. Edited by Matthew Gardner and Alison DeSimone. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 2020. xvi + 286p. £75 (hb). ISBN 978‐1‐1080
Rétif de la Bretonne, Correspondance. Edited by PierreTestud. Paris: Honoré Champion. 2021. 772 pp. €68. ISBN 978‐2‐7453‐5507‐2.0
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Colonialism and Slavery in Performance: Theatre and the Eighteenth‐Century French Caribbean. Edited by Jeffery M.Leichman and KarineBénac‐Giroux. Oxford University Studies in the Enlightenment. Liverp0
Dazzling or Fantastically Dull? Re‐Examining the Eighteenth‐Century London Masquerade0
British Freemasonry, 1717‐1813. General editor RóbertPéter. London and New York: Routledge. 2016. 5 vols. 2,396 p. £515 (hb). ISBN 978‐1‐31563‐990‐1.0
Courage, Honour, and Phlegm: A Study of Eighteenth‐Century Military Writers' Descriptions of Soldiers' Combat Emotions and Motivation0
Erasmus Darwin's Gardens: Medicine, Agriculture and the Sciences in the Eighteenth Century. By Paul A.Elliott. Woodbridge, Suffolk: Boydell, 2021. 366 p. £40.00. ISBN 978‐1‐78327‐610‐3.0
John Pechey (1654–1718) and the Popularization of Learned Medicine0
Enabling Politeness: Perfumers and Male Self‐Fashioning in Britain, c. 1750–18000
Casanova's Lottery: The History of a Revolutionary Game of Chance. By Stephen M.Stigler. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. 2022. 232 p. 62 halftones, 22 tables. $22.50 (pb). ISBN 978‐0‐226‐82079‐80
Lessons of Travel in Eighteenth‐Century France: From Grand Tour to School Trips. By GáborGelléri. Woodbridge: The Boydell Press. 2020. 235 p. £75 (hb). ISBN 978‐1‐78327‐436‐9.0
Forgetting Oneself: Epigraphs and Escapism in Ann Radcliffe's Novels0
George Frideric Handel: Collected Documents, Volume III, 1734‐1742 Compiled and edited by Donald Burrows, Helen Coffey, John Greenacombe and Anthony Hicks. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 2018.0
Notation, Performance, and the Significance of Print in the Music of Ignatius Sancho (c. 1729–1780)10
Music and the Sonorous Sublime in European Culture, 1680–1880. Edited by SarahHibberd and MirandaStanyon. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 2020. xvi + 318 p. £75 (hb). ISBN 978‐1‐108‐76125‐3.0
‘All the productions of that nature’: Ephemera, Mycology and Sexual Classification at the Bulstrode Estate0
The Arthurian World. Edited by VictoriaColdham‐Fussell, MiriamEdlich‐Muth, and RenéeWard. Abingdon: Routledge. 2022. 602 p. 28 b. and w. illus. £190 (hb). ISBN 978‐0‐367‐17270‐1. £39.99 (eBook). ISBN 0
Goldoni in Paris: La Gloire et le Malentendu. By JessicaGoodman. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 2017. xx + 227 p. £69 (hb). ISBN 978‐0‐19‐879662‐6.0
Maupertuis: le philosophe, l'académicien, le polémiste. By MarcoStorni. Paris: Honoré Champion. 2022. 306 p. €42.65. ISBN 978‐2‐7453‐5672‐7.0
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A Methodist Opera? The Troublers of Israel (1767) as Response to the Anti‐Methodist Critique0
The Great Inoculator: The Untold Story of Daniel Sutton and His Medical Revolution. By GavinWeightman. New Haven: Yale University Press. 2020. 208 p. £16.99 (hb). ISBN 978‐0‐300‐24144‐0.0
Lodgers, Landlords, and Landladies in Georgian London. By GillianWilliamson. London: Bloomsbury Academic. 2021. 256 p. 10 bw illus. £76.50 (hb). ISBN 978‐1‐350‐25359‐9.0
A Clubbable Man: Essays on Eighteenth‐Century Literature and Culture in Honor of Greg Clingham. Edited by Anthony W.Lee. Lewisburg, Pennsylvania: Bucknell University Press. 2022. ix + 309 p. $57.23 (p0
The Correspondence of Catharine Macaulay. Edited by KarenGreen. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 2019. 328 p. £25.99 (pb). ISBN 978‐01‐9093446‐0.0
L’identité du dormeur en question: De l’expérience du sensible à la représentation du cauchemar0
‘Make the Medick Art my Whole Concern’: Poetry as Women's Literary Medical Practice0
Denis Diderot and the Masturbating Girl0
Storm and Sack: British Sieges, Violence and the Laws of War in the Napoleonic Era, 17991815. By GavinDaly. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 2022. 316 p. £75 (hb). ISBN 978‐1‐108‐83614‐20
Die Aufklärung der Aufklärung. Lessing und die Herausforderung des Christentums. By HannesKerber. Göttingen: Wallstein Verlag. 2021. 288 p. €34 (b). ISBN 978‐3‐8353‐3991‐0.0
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Vagrant Figures: Law, Literature, and the Origins of the Police. By SalNicolazzo. New Haven: Yale. 2021. 320p. £50 (hb). ISBN 978‐0‐300‐24131‐0.0
John Eccles. Incidental Music. Part 2 Plays H–P. Edited by EstelleMurphy. Middleton, WI: A‐R Editions. 2021. xxiii + 449 pp. $430 (pb). ISBN 978‐1‐9872‐0626‐5.0
‘Almost Normal’, or, Everything You Always Wanted To Know About Swift But Were Afraid To Ask0
Licentious Worlds: Sex and Exploitation in Global Empires. By JuliePeakman. London: Reaktion Books. 2019. 368 p. 60 col. and 59 b. and w. illus. £25 (hb). ISBN 978‐1‐78914‐140‐5.0
The Sexes and the Sciences0
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Music for St Cecilia's Day: From Purcell to Handel. By BryanWhite. Woodbridge: Boydell & Brewer. 2019. xx + 377 p. 15 b. and w. illus. £45 (hb). ISBN 978‐1‐78327‐347‐8.0
Robert Coram and the European Sources of Radical Enlightenment in America0
Eggs, Sperm and Desire: Sex and Science in the Dutch Golden Age0
Essay on the Life and Manners of Robert Grosseteste. By PhilipPerry. Edited by Jack P.Cunningham. Catholic Record Society Publications 89. Woodbridge: The Boydell Press. 2022. l + 247 p. £50 (hb). ISB0
Ancient Art and the Eighteenth‐Century Auction: Collecting, Catalogues and Competition0
The Forms of Error in Defoe's Tour: Culpable and Venial Mistakes0
Quakerism in the Atlantic World 1690‐1830. Edited by Robynne RogersHealey. University Park, PA: Pennsylvania State University Press. 2021. ix + 277p. $89.95 (hb). ISBN 978‐027108‐940‐9.0
‘The Ruins of the Face’: The Aesthetics of Ruin in Austen's Persuasion0
(Re‐)Packaging Knowledge and The Business of Format: Benjamin Martin's The General Magazine of Arts and Sciences (1755–64)0
The Cry. A New Dramatic Fable. By SarahFielding and JaneCollier. Edited by CarolynWoodward. Kentucky: University Press of Kentucky. 2018. 406 p. $80 (hb). ISBN 978‐0‐8131‐7410‐5.0
‘Perhaps the Highlanders May Imitate Them’. Highland Identity and the British Empire, from the Forty‐Five to the Seven Years War0
Livres d'école et littérature de jeunesse en France au XVIIIe siècle. By EmmanuelleChapron. Oxford University Studies in the Enlightenment. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 2021. 368 p. £65.00 (0
Prussian Army Soldiers and the Seven Years War: The Psychology of Honour. By KatrinMöbius and SaschaMöbius. London: Bloomsbury. 2020. 228 p. 3 b. and w. illus. $103.50 (hb). ISBN 978‐1‐350‐08157‐4.0
‘He shall have care of the garden, its cultivation and produce’: Workhouse Gardens and Gardening, c.1780‐18350
Travels into the Interior of Africa via the Cape of Good Hope, Volume 2. By FrançoisLe Vaillant. Translated with an Introduction and Notes by D. J. Culpin. Cape Town: HiPSA. 2021. Third Series, no. 3.0
The Georgian London Town House: Building, Collecting and Display. Edited by SusannaAvery‐Quash and KateRetford. New York: Bloomsbury. 2019. 364 p. 32 col. and 60 b. and w. illus. £90 (hb). ISBN 978‐1‐0
L’‘Histoire de ma littérature’ de Mme d’Arconville (1720‐1805): Ecriture de soi et généalogie d’une personnalité intellectuelle0
Identity and Anonymity in Lady Mount Cashell's 1798 Rebellion Broadside0
Dynastic Law or the Will of the Emperor: On the Problem of the Succession to the Throne in Eighteenth‐Century Russia0
‘For the Owner I Am Convinced Has Neither Much Taste or Genius’: Jemima Marchioness Grey's Accounts of the Gardens at Stowe and Hagley0
Dante in Deutschland. An Itinerary of Romantic Myth. By DanielDiMassa. New Studies in the Age of Goethe. Lewisburg, PA: Bucknell University Press. 2022. 223 p. £39.29/$50.44 (pb). ISBN 978‐1‐68448‐4180
Satire, Celebrity and Politics in Jane Austen, by JocelynHarris, Lewisburg (PA): Bucknell University Press, 2017, 349 pp, £85, ISBN978‐1‐61148‐839‐5.0
Poetry and British Nationalisms in the Bardic Eighteenth Century: Imagined Antiquities. By JeffStrabone. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. 2018. 351 p. £54.99 (pb). ISBN 978‐3‐030‐07002‐1.0
‘This Mighty Fabric’: Allan Ramsay, British Union, and the Body of the King0
Konstantinos Dapontes. Selected Writings. Translated with an Introduction and Notes by ElinaTsalicoglou. Cambridge MT: Harvard University Press. 2019. lxviii + 128p. $35.00/£28.95/€31.50. ISBN 978‐0‐90
Coquettish Mothers across the Atlantic: Gendered Liberty, Disciplinary Sexuality and Colonial Productivity in Lady Susan and The Coquette0
Private Madhouses in England, 1640‐1815: Commercialised Care for the Insane. By LeonardSmith. Palgrave Macmillan. 2020. 342 p. €77.99 (hb). ISBN 978‐3‐030‐41639‐3.0
Studies in the Eighteenth Century0
Eveline Cruickshanks 1926‐2021: A Personal Appreciation0
Bricks and Antiquarianism: Masonry and Historical Method in the Historical Sciences0
The Doctor's Garden: Medicine, Science, and Horticulture in Britain. By ClareHickman. New Haven: Yale University Press. 2021. 288 p. £30 (hb). 32 colour + 44 b‐w illus. ISBN: 978‐0‐300‐23610‐1.0
Forging Indian Religion: East India Company Servants and the Construction of ‘Gentoo’/‘Hindoo’ Scripture in the 1760s0
The Emergence of a Theatrical Science of Man in France, 1660‐1740. By Logan J.Connors. Oxford Studies in Enlightenment. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press. 2020. 296 p. £60 (pb). ISBN0
La morale sensitive de Rousseau: Le livre jamais écrit. By MarcoMenin. Paris: L'Harmattan. 2019. 362 pp. €37.50 (pb). ISBN: 978‐2‐343‐18966‐6.0
Murky Waters: British Spas in Eighteenth‐Century Medicine and Literature. By SophieVasset. Manchester: Manchester University Press. 2022. ix + 290 p. £85 (hb). ISBN 978‐1‐5261‐5971‐7.0
The Invention of Rare Books: Private Interest and Public Memory, 1600‐1840. By DavidMcKitterick. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 2018. 460 p. £45.00 (hb). ISBN 978‐1‐108‐42832‐3.0
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Introduction: The Antique and the Natural. Exploring the Eighteenth‐Century Textual Network0
The Persona of the Wolffian Philosopher in Early Eighteenth‐Century Germany0
Swift's Queer Persistence0
The Mask of Cicero: Jonathan Swift, Classical Rhetoric and A Modest Proposal0
Writing Doctors and Writing Health in the Long Eighteenth Century0
Friends, Neighbours, Sinners: Religious Difference and English Society, 1689‐1750. By CarysBrown. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 2022. 284 pp. £75 (hb). ISBN 978‐1‐00‐922138‐2.0
The Cambridge Haydn Encyclopedia. Edited by CarylClark and SarahDay‐O'Connell. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 2019. xxxvii + 486 p. £130 (hb). ISBN 978‐1‐107‐12901‐6.0
Minerva's French Sisters: Women of Science in Enlightenment France. By Nina RattnerGelbart. New Haven: Yale University Press. 2021. 360 p. 19 b. and w. illus. £30.00 (hb). ISBN 978‐0‐300‐25256‐9.0
Volcanoes in Eighteenth‐Century Europe: An Essay in Environmental Humanities. By DavidMcCallam. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press. 2019. Oxford University Studies in the Enlightenment. 288 0
‘Bequeathed unto My Daughter […] Slaves’: Women, Slavery and Property in the Eighteenth‐Century Atlantic0
Cabals and Satires: Mozart's Comic Operas in Vienna. By IanWoodfield. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 2019. xxxi + 265 p. £35.99 (hb). ISBN 978‐0‐19‐069263‐6.0
Trust and Distrust: Corruption in Office in Britain and its Empire, 1600‐1850. By MarkKnights. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 2021. 512 pp. £35. ISBN: 978‐0‐19879‐624‐4.0
Among ‘Savage and Brutal Nations’: Instructing Identity and Science in the Pacific0
Rotten Bodies: Class and Contagion in Eighteenth‐Century Britain. By KevinSiena. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press. 2019. 352 p. 8 b. and w. illus. $40 (hb). ISBN 978‐0‐300‐23352‐0.0
L'Antiquité politique de Rousseau: Entre exemples et modèles. By FloraChampy. Paris: Classiques Garnier. 2022. 632 p. €32. ISBN: 978‐2‐406‐12530‐3.0
Teaching Representations of the French Revolution. Edited by Julia DouthwaiteViglione, AntoinetteSol and CatrionaSeth. New York: Modern Language Association of America, 2019. $34 (pb). ISBN 978‐1‐60320
Thomas ‘Jupiter’ Harris: Spinning Dark Intrigue at Covent Garden Theatre, 1767‐1820. By WarrenOakley. Manchester: Manchester University Press. 2018. xii + 236 p. £80 (hb). ISBN 978‐1–5261‐2912‐3.0
Life Forms in the Thinking of the Long Eighteenth Century. Edited by Keith MichaelBaker and Jenna M.Gibbs. Toronto: University of Toronto Press. 2016. 280 p. 17 illus. $66 (hb). ISBN 978‐1‐4426‐3024‐60
The Philosophical Progress of Hume's Essays. By MargaretWatkins. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 2019. 265 p. £75 (hb). ISBN 978‐1‐108‐47627‐0.0
Writing Doctors, Body Work, and Body Texts in the French Revolution0
Ecriture et identité féminines. Giustiniana Wynne Orsini v. Rosenberg: Economie relationnelle et formation d’identité de femme auteur dans ses correspondances0
The Textual Construction of North American Indigenous Peoples in the Account of Cook's Third Voyage0
Knowledge‐Production in a Provincial Network of the 1790s: The Educational Work of Thomas Beddoes, Thomas Wedgwood, Maria Edgeworth, and S. T. Coleridge0
‘The Doctor and Devil’: The Literary Writing of Slave‐Ship Surgeons0
Romantic Shades and Shadows. By Susan J.Wolfson. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press. 2018. 255 p. $64.95 (hb). ISBN 978‐1‐4214‐2554‐2.0
Two Shakespeare Adaptations: Le Vieillard et ses trois filles and Timon d'Athènes. By JosephHarris. Cambridge: Modern Humanities Research Association. 2023. 156 p. £16.99 (pb). ISBN 978‐0
Cruising Dystopia in Gulliver's Travels0
The Power of Pastiche: Musical Miscellany and Cultural Identity in Early Eighteenth‐Century England. By Alison C.DeSimone. Clemson: Clemson University Press. 2021. xv + 315p. £90 (hb). ISBN 978‐1‐94290
Disseminating Dress: Britain's Fashion Networks, 1600–1970. Edited by SerenaDyer, JadeHalbert, and SophieLittlewood. London: Bloomsbury Visual Arts. 2022. 297 p. £27.99 (pb). ISBN 978‐1‐350‐18102‐1.0
Voltaire, Lettres sur les Anglais. Edited by NicholasCronk. Oxford: Voltaire Foundation. 2022. 703 pp. (Vol. 6A) + 611 pp. (6B) + 328 pp. (6C). £350. ISBN 978‐0‐7294‐1234‐6.0
Medicating Georgia: Writing Doctors in the Old South0
The Invisible Man of Indecency: Profanity and the Letters of the Late Ignatius Sancho, an African (1782)0
Jonathan Swift in China. By YongyingJiang. Beijing: Central Compilation & Translation Press. 2023. 182 p. ¥90 (hb). ISBN 978‐7‐5117‐4355‐8.0
From Classification to Recreated ‘Reality’: William Bullock's Exhibitions of Human and Natural History0
Of False Hair, Spanish Wool, and Witchcraft: The Act of Parliament That Never Was0
Identité du moi et identité du philosophe: Rousseau dans le miroir de Socrate0
Œuvres Complètes de Voltaire, vols 29A‐29C, Précis du siècle de Louis XV. Edited by Janet Godden and James Hanrahan. Oxford: Voltaire Foundation. 2020. 3 vols. £330 (hb). ISBN 978‐0‐72940
Les Climats du pouvoir: rhétorique et politique chez Bodin, Montesquieu et Rousseau. By RichardSpavin. Oxford Studies in Enlightenment 2018:03. Oxford: Voltaire Foundation. 2018. 272 p. £65 (hb0
The Dramaturgy of the Spectator: Italian Theatre and the Public Sphere, 1600‐1800. By TatianaKorneeva. Toronto: University of Toronto Press. 2019. 274 p. $80 (hb). ISBN 978‐1‐4875‐0535‐6.0
‘Got together in a riotous and tumultous manner’: Crowds and the Palace of Westminster, c.1700‐18000
Fictional Science and Genre: Ectogenesis and Parthenogenesis at Mid‐Century0
Rabbi, Mystic, or Impostor? The Eighteenth‐Century Ba'al Shem of London. Edited by MichalOron. Translated by Edward Levin. London: Littman Library of Jewish Civilization, in association with Liverpool0
A Philosopher's Economist: Hume and the Rise of Capitalism. By MargaretSchabas and CarlWennerlind. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press. 2020. 328 p. $45 (hb). ISBN 978‐0‐226‐59744‐7.0
Politics, Religion and Ideas in Eighteenth‐Century Britain: Essays in Honour of Mark Goldie. Edited by JustinChampion, JohnCoffey, TimHarris, and JohnMarshall. Martlesham: Boydell and Brewer. 2019. xv0
Introduction: Swift's Queerness0
Fièvre et vie du théâtre sous la Révolution française et l'Empire. Edited by ThibautJulian and VincenzoDe Santis. Paris: Classiques Garnier. 2019. 345 p. €26 (pb). ISBN 978‐2‐406‐08310‐8.0
Marmontel and Demoustier, Le Misanthrope corrigé: Two Eighteenth‐Century Sequels to Molière's ‘Le Misanthrope'. Edited by JosephHarris. Cambridge: Modern Humanities Research Association. 2019. 136 p. 0
Profils d’un lectorat: Enquête sur les signatures d’énigmes du Mercure de France (1724‐1778)0
Religion, Enlightenment and Empire: British Interpretations of Hinduism in the Eighteenth Century. By JessicaPatterson. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 2022. 350 p. £90 (hb). ISBN 978‐1‐31‐65100
Language and the Grand Tour: Linguistic Experiences of Travelling in Early Modern Europe. By ArturoTosi. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 2020. xiv + 306 p. £85 (hb). ISBN 978‐1‐10‐876‐636‐6.0
Changing Pedagogies for Children in Eighteenth‐Century England. By MichèleCohen. Woodbridge: The Boydell Press. 2023. 238 p. £70 (hb). ISBN: 9781837650699.0
The Georgian Landlady: Surrogate Mother, Love Interest or Hard‐Nosed Businesswoman?0
Living Holy, Dying Holy: The Theological Influence of Jeremy Taylor's Holy Living and Holy Dying (1656) on Clarissa, or the History of a Young Lady (1748)0
Creole Identity in the Enlightenment0
Gender, Pregnancy and Power in Eighteenth‐Century Literature: The Maternal Imagination. By JeniferBuckley. Cham: Palgrave. 2017. 300 pp. €103.99. ISBN 978‐3‐319‐53834‐1.0
‘Albion's Queen by All Admir'd’: Reassessing the Public Reputation of Queen Charlotte, 1761‐18180
Political Trials in an Age of Revolutions: Britain and the North Atlantic, 1793‐1848. Edited by EmmaMacleod, GordonPentland and Michael T.Davis. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan. 2019. xix + 398 p. 1 b. and w0
George Frideric Handel: Collected Documents, vol. 4, 1742‐1750. Compiled and edited by DonaldBurrows, HelenCoffey, JohnGreenacombe and AnthonyHicks. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 2020.0
Identity in Diversity: Programmatic Pictures of the Enlightenment0
The Pocket: A Hidden History of Women's Lives, 1660‐1900. By BarbaraBurman and ArianeFennetaux.London: Yale University Press. 2019. 264 p. 200 col. illus. £35 (hb). ISBN 978‐0‐300‐23907‐2.0
Reading Time in the Long Poem: Milton, Thomson and Wordsworth. By TessSomervell. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press. 2023. 245 p. £85.00 (hb). ISBN 978‐1‐4744‐8613‐2.0
Rethinking Bach. Edited by BettinaVarwig. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 2021. xiv + 399 p. £64 (hb). ISBN 978‐0‐19‐094389‐9.0
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Making The Modern Artist: Culture, Class and Art‐Educational Opportunity in Romantic Britain. By MartinMyrone. Yale: Yale University Press. 2020. 288 p. £45 (hb). ISBN 9781913107154.0
Inheritance and Influence: Heiresses and the Montagu Property Network, circa 1749‐18270
Swift's Queer Camp0
Jacobites and Latin Verse, 1688–17020
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Curious Encounters: Voyaging, Collecting, and Making Knowledge in the Long Eighteenth Century. Edited by AdrianaCraciun and MaryTerrall. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, in association with the U0
A Career Told in Newsprint: James Woodhouse in the Press, 1763‐70
Rousseau, la république, la paix: actes du colloque du GIPRI (Grand‐Saconnex, 2012). Edited by GabrielGalice and ChristopheMiqueu. Paris: Honoré Champion. 2017. 308 p. €55 (pb). ISBN 978‐2‐7453‐3602‐60
Narrative, Catastrophe and Historicity in Eighteenth‐Century French Literature. By JessicaStacey. Oxford Studies in the Enlightenment. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 2022. 384 p. £65 (pb). ISB0
Plantes sous serres: Acclimatation, conservation de la nature et savoirs végétaux à Paris au XVIIIe siècle0
Catharine Macaulay's Republican Enlightenment. By KarenGreen. New York: Routledge. 2020. 266 p. £96 (hb). ISBN 978‐0‐367‐35897‐6.0
Correction to “Forgetting Oneself: Epigraphs and Escapism in Ann Radcliffe's Novels”0
Samuel Johnson and Good Hating0
Tragedy and Nation in the Age of Napoleon. By ClareSiviter. Oxford Studies in Enlightenment. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press. 2020. 400 p. £60 (pb). ISBN 978‐1‐789‐62105‐1.0
François‐Jean de Chastellux (1734‐1788): Un soldat‐philosophe dans le monde atlantique à l'époque des Lumières. By IrisdeRode. Paris: Honoré Champion. 2022. 738 pp. €95. ISBN 978‐2‐7453‐5684‐0.0
The Origins of the English Marriage Plot: Literature, Politics and Religion in the Eighteenth Century. By LisaO'Connell. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 2019. 320 p. £75 (hb). ISBN 978‐1‐108‐480
‘Handwriting is often the Index of the Mind’: Mapping Scientific Networks through the Collections of John Nichols and His Family of Printers, Antiquaries and Autograph Hunters0
British Orientalisms, 1759‐1835. By JamesWatt. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 2019. 285 p. £75 (hb). ISBN 978‐1‐108‐47266‐1.0
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A Prehistory of Cognitive Poetics: Neoclassicism and the Novel. By KarinKukkonen. New York: Oxford University Press. 2017. xiv + 262 p. £62 (hb). ISBN 978‐0‐19‐063476‐6.0
Suppressing Piracy in the Early Eighteenth Century: Pirates, Merchants and British Imperial Authority in the Atlantic and Indian Oceans. By DavidWilson. Woodbridge: The Boydell Press. 2021. 312 pp. £80
Eating the Empire: Food and Society in Eighteenth‐Century Britain. By TroyBickham. London: Reaktion Books Ltd. 2020. 288 p. £20 (hb). ISBN 978‐1‐78914‐207‐5.0
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Living Amid the Royal Ruins: Women and Property in Eighteenth‐Century Whitehall0
On the Spirit of Rights.By Daniel Edelstein. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press. 2018. 336 p. $40 (hb). ISBN 978‐0‐226‐58898‐8.0
Authorship, Image‐Making, and Excess: William Hunter's Anatomia uteri humani gravidi tabulis illustrata (1774)0
Enlightened Eclecticism: The Grand Design of the 1stDuke and Duchess of Northumberland. By AdrianoAymonino. London: Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art. 2021.0
Sex and Prisons: Women and Spanish Penitentiary Reform, 1787‐18080
Gambling in Britain in the Long Eighteenth Century. By BobHarris. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 2022. xiv + 316 p. £75 (hb). ISBN 978‐1‐316‐51244‐9.0
David Garrick and the Mediation of Celebrity. By LeslieRitchie. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 2019. ix + 304 p. 11 b. and w. illus. £75 (hb). ISBN 978‐1‐108‐47587‐7.0
The Poems of Olivia Elder. Edited by AndrewCarpenter. Dublin: Irish Manuscripts Commission. 2017. 144 p. €25 (hb). ISBN 978‐1‐906865‐69‐6.0
Knowledge and the Picturesque: Encountering Syria in the Eighteenth Century0
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Theories of Ballet in the Age of the Encyclopédie. Edited by OliviaSabee. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press. 2022. xii + 182p. £65.00. ISBN 1‐80085‐990‐2.0
Souvenirs of a Scandal: Commemorating the Margaret Nicholson Affair0
A Country Doctor in the French Revolution: Marie‐François‐Bernadin Ramel. By RobertWeston. New York: Routledge. 2020. 104 p. £45 (hb). ISBN 978‐0‐367‐27189‐3.0