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  • Volume 49 Table Of Contents
Articles
1 DAVID M. DIAMOND
Sinners and “Standers By:” Reading the Characters of Calvinism in The Pilgrim’s Progress
17 MORDECHAI FEINGOLD
A Rake’s Progress: William Whiston Reads Josephus
31 JENNIFER L. HARGRAVE
“To the Glory of the Chinese:” Sinocentric Political Reform in Eliza Haywood’s The Adventures of Eovaai
117 J. R. McNEILL
Introductory Remarks: The Anthropocene and the Eighteenth Century
129 FREDRIK ALBRITTON JONSSON
Scottish Tobacco and Rhubarb: The Natural Order of Civil Cameralism in the Scottish Enlightenment
149 JAN GOLINSKI
Debating the Atmospheric Constitution: Yellow Fever and the American Climate
167 CINDY ERMUS
The Spanish Plague That Never Was: Crisis and Exploitation in Cádiz During the Peste of Provence
195 ERIN DREW
“’Tis Prudence to Prevent th’Entire Decay”: Usufruct and Environmental Thought
211 ALAN MIKHAIL
Enlightenment Anthropocene
233 JOPPE VAN DRIEL AND LISSA ROBERTS
Circulating Salts: Chemical Governance and the Bifurcation of “Nature” and “Society”
265 MELISSA BAILES
Literary Plagiarism and Scientific Originality in the “Trans-Atlantic Wilderness” of Goldsmith, Aikin, and Barbauld
281 JOHN L. BROOKE AND CHRISTOPHER OTTER
Concluding Remarks: The Organic Anthropocene
329 ALAN HOUSTON
“A Difference in Opinion Is Inevitable”: Franklin, Hemphill, and Modern Toleration
353 ERIK L. JOHNSON
“Life Beyond Life”: Reading Milton’s Areopagitica through Enlightenment Vitalism
371 SABINE N. MEYER
“A Strong Antidote against Unbelief and Seduction”: Carl Friedrich Scheibler’s Leben und Schicksale der Pokahuntas (1781) and the German Theological Enlightenment
391 COURTNEY E. THOMPSON
Questions of Genre: Picturing the Hermaphrodite in Eighteenth-Century France and England
439 ANDREAS BLANK
D’Holbach on Self-Esteem, Justice, and Cosmopolitanism
455 CAROLYN A. DAY AND AMELIA RAUSER
Thomas Lawrence’s Consumptive Chic: Reinterpreting Lady Manners’s Hectic Flush in 1794
475 ANNA M. FOY
The Convention of Georgic Circumlocution and the Proper Use of Human Dung in Samuel Martin’s Essay upon Plantership
507 WAYNE C. RIPLEY
“An Age More Curious, Than Devout”: The Counter-Enlightenment Edward Young
Roundtable Discussion: Was There a Counter-Enlightenment?
51 JEREMY L. CARADONNA
There Was No Counter-Enlightenment
71 EVA PIIRIMÄE
Berlin, Herder, and the Counter-Enlightenment
77 GRAEME GARRARD
Tilting at Counter-Enlightenment Windmills
83 JAMES SCHMIDT
The Counter-Enlightenment: Historical Notes on a Concept Historians Should Avoid
87 JEREMY L. CARADONNA
Roundtable Discussion Conclusion
Review Articles
89 JEREMY BLACK
The Wider World
Robert K. Batchelor, London: The Selden Map and the Making of a Global City, 1549–1689; G. J. Bryant, The Emergence of British Power in India, 1600–1784: A Grand Strategic Interpretation; Simon Davies, Daniel Sanjiv Roberts, and Gabriel Sánchez Espinosa, eds., India and Europe in the Global Eighteenth Century; Aaron Spencer Fogleman, Two Troubled Souls: An Eighteenth-Century Couple’s Spiritual Journey in the Atlantic World; Jenna M. Gibbs, Performing the Temple of Liberty: Slavery, Theater, and Popular Culture in London and Philadelphia, 1760–1850
91 JULIE KOSER
Women—Writing—Warfare: Literary Negotiations of Conflict around 1800
Stephanie M. Hilger, Gender and Genre: German Women Write the French Revolution; Wendy C. Nielsen, Women Warriors in Romantic Drama
94 NORBERT SCHÜRER
Print Beyond the Book
James Raven, Bookscape: Geographies of Printing and Publishing in London before 1800; James Raven, Publishing Business in Eighteenth-Century England
415 MARK G. SPENCER
Revolutionary Friends, Fathers, and Feelings
Lorri Glover, Founders as Fathers: The Private Lives and Politics of the American Revolutionaries; Cassandra A. Good, Founding Friendships: Friendships between Men and Women in the Early American Republic; Sarah Knott, Sensibility and the American Revolution
420 JEFFREY M. LEICHMAN
Ways of Watching
Pannill Camp, The First Frame: Theatre Space in Enlightenment France; Joseph Harris, Inventing the Spectator: Subjectivity and the Theatrical Experience in Early Modern France
531 JAMES P. CARSON
Thinking Animals
Anita Guerrini, The Courtiers’ Anatomists: Animals and Humans in Louis XIV’s Paris; Joan B. Landes, Paula Young Lee, and Paul Youngquist, eds., Gorgeous Beasts: Animal Bodies in Historical Perspective; Tobias Menely, The Animal Claim: Sensibility and the Creaturely Voice; Ingrid H. Tague, Animal Companions: Pets and Social Change in Eighteenth-Century Britain
536 BASILE BAUDEZ Unearthing Piranesi
Heather Hyde Minor, Piranesi’s Lost Words; John A. Pinto, Speaking Ruins: Piranesi, Architects, and Antiquity in Eighteenth-Century Rome
539 JESS KEISER
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ISSN
1086-315X
Print ISSN
0013-2586
Pages
pp. 553-557
Launched on MUSE
2016-07-28
Open Access
No
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