restricted access   Volume 46, Number 1, 2011

Table of Contents

Getting the Pox off All Their Houses: Cotton Mather and the Rhetoric of Puritan Science

pp. 1-23

African Medical Knowledge, the Plain Style, and Satire in the 1721 Boston Inoculation Controversy

pp. 25-50

The Ethos Aquatic: Benjamin Franklin and the Art of Swimming

pp. 51-67

The Politics of Vision: Charles Willson Peale in Print

pp. 69-92

In Werther's Thrall: Suicide and the Power of Sentimental Reading in Early National America

pp. 93-120

The American Hermit and the British Castaway: Voluntary Retreat and Deliberative Democracy in Early American Culture

pp. 121-156


Satire, Inoculation, and Crèvecoeur's Letters Concerning the English Nation: New Evidence from the Archives

pp. 157-164

Review Essay

Early American Archives and the Evidence of History

pp. 165-184

Review Essays

The Importance of Feeling English: American Literature and the British Diaspora, 1750-1850 (review)

pp. 185-190

Writing a New France, 1604-1632: Empire and Early Modern French Identity (review)

pp. 191-193


Notes on Contributors

pp. 195-196