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  Volume 49, Number 2, Winter 2016

Table of Contents

Special Issue: Humans and the Environment


Introductory Remarks: The Anthropocene and the Eighteenth Century

pp. 117-128

Scottish Tobacco and Rhubarb: The Natural Order of Civil Cameralism in the Scottish Enlightenment

pp. 129-147

Debating the Atmospheric Constitution: Yellow Fever and the American Climate

pp. 149-165

The Spanish Plague That Never Was: Crisis and Exploitation in Cádiz During the Peste of Provence

pp. 167-193

“’Tis Prudence to Prevent th’Entire Decay”: Usufruct and Environmental Thought

pp. 195-210

Enlightenment Anthropocene

pp. 211-231

Circulating Salts: Chemical Governance and the Bifurcation of “Nature” and “Society”

pp. 233-263

Literary Plagiarism and Scientific Originality in the “Trans-Atlantic Wilderness” of Goldsmith, Aikin, and Barbauld

pp. 265-279

Concluding Remarks: The Organic Anthropocene

pp. 281-302

Single Title Reviews

Corporate Holiness: Pulpit Preaching and the Church of England Missionary Societies, 1760–1870 by Bob Tennant (review)

pp. 303-306

The Invention of News: How the World Came to Know About Itself by Andrew Pettegree (review)

pp. 306-309

Gothic Evolutions: Poetry, Tales, Context, Theory ed. by Corinna Wagner (review)

pp. 309-311

Wasteland: A History by Vittoria Di Palma (review)

pp. 311-313

Crisis in an Atlantic Empire: Spain and New Spain, 1808–1810 by Barbara H. Stein, Stanley J. Stein (review)

pp. 313-315

The Romantic Absolute: Being and Knowing in Early German Romantic Philosophy, 1795–1804 by Dalia Nassar (review)

pp. 316-318

White Men’s Magic: Scripturalization as Slavery by Vincent L. Wimbush (review)

pp. 318-320

Books Received

pp. 321-323

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