NPEC: Volume 15, Spring 2018

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Theodore E.D. Braun. “An Enemy of Voltaire: Jean-Jacques Le Franc de Pompignan.”

Pedro Cebollero and Raymond Jones. “Societal Order, Economic Reform, and the Defense of New Mexico Pueblo Indians in Juan Agustin de Morfi’s Account of Disorders, 1778.”

Bryan C. Rindfleisch. “’We are now, as we have always been, a free & independent people’: The Familial & Interpersonal Dimensions of Creek Indian Sovereignty, 1783-1800.”

Amanda Strasik. “Modernizing Royal Motherhood: Representations of Marie-Antoinette and her Children.”

NPEC: Volume 14, Spring 2017

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Todd Estes. “The 18th Century Origins of the Modern U.S. Presidential Campaign: Continuity and Change in American Political Culture.”

Marijn Kaplan. “1763 Ode to Madame Riccoboni: Male Fan Mail and Gender and Identity Ambiguity.”

Flaurian Vauléon. “Fictionalized Reality and Colonialist Rhetoric in Abbé Raynal’s Histoire des deux Indes: The Example of Saint-Domingue and the Coffee Trade.”

NPEC: Volume 13, Spring 2016

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Olivier Delers. “Whimsical Pornography: Albert Dubout’s Illustrations for Sade’s Justine.”

Jeff Loveland. “Buffon and Nomenclature.”

Kirstin Collins Hanley. “Wollstonecraft in Translation: The Re-Education of Young Grandison.”

Karen Sullivan. “Trauma in Rousseau’s The Levite of Ephraim.”

Michael Mulryan. “Humanizing the Herd, or How to Morally Enlighten the People: L-S Mercier’s Philosophy of Education.”

Kendall E. Spillman. “Possessed by an Heiress: The Miniature Portrait’s Role in Restoring Female Image and Inheritance in Ann Radcliffe’s The Mysteries of Udopho.”

NPEC: Volume 12, Spring 2015

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Heather McPherson: Siddons Redux: Twilight and Afterlife of a Star

Catherine Montfort: Madame De La Tour Du Pin: An Aristocratic Farmer in America

Jeffrey Merrick: Imperial History and Sexual Identity in Eighteenth-Century Encyclopedia Articles About Florida

Ruth P. Thomas: Father Knows Best? Paternal Figures and their Daughters in Eighteenth-Century French Novels by Women

REVIEW ESSAYS

Carol L. White: Legal Reforms and Theological Adaptations: Geneva's Path Through the Eighteenth Century

Annette Chapman-Adisho: Catholicism at the Crossroads of Enlightenment and Revolution

Kathleen Hardesty Doig: Further Documentation on the Encylopedie Methodique

BOOK REVIEWS

J. Mark Blackwell, Ruth P. Thomas, Stephen A. Raynie, Jeffrey Merrick, Nancy B. DuPree, Samia I. Spencer, Melody Knight Pritchard, Felicia B. Sturzer, Matthew W. Turner, Sarah Vandegrift Eldridge, Kellye Corcoran, David Eick, Staci Poston Conner, Ivy Dyckman, Christopher Mark Kennedy, Patrick Coleman, Martha F. Bowden, Christopher Allan Black, Nancy Zaice

 

NPEC: Volume 11, Spring 2014

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Todd Estes. “The Endless Allure and Ultimate Folly of Determining the Original Meaning of the Constitution: History, Law, Politics, and the American Founding.”

David Wheeler. “Pope and the Public Sphere.”

Malcolm Cook. “Bernardin de Saint-Pierre and America.”

James Thompson. “Outsiders and Insiders in Sheridan.”

Rachael Isom. “Caroline Fry’s Death and Other Poems in Conversation with the Night Thoughts of Edward Young.”

NPEC: Volume 10, Spring 2013

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Clorinda Donato. “Writing the Italian Nation in French: Cultural Politics in the Encyclopédie méthodique de Padoue.”

Michael Mulryan. “The Demoralization of Festive Space in Mercier’s Tableau de Paris.”

Allan H. Pasco. “The Incongruity of Resuscitated Classicism After the French Revolution.”

Jessica L. Riviere. “Challenging Generational Conflict in Short Stories by Sophie Von La Roche and Therese Huber.”

NPEC: Volume 9, Spring 2012

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Theodore E. D. Braun. “A Midlife Crisis? Le Franc de Pompignan Turns 40.”

Jin Lu. “Eighteenth-Century French Ideas in the Late Qing Political Discourse: Examining the Role of a Retrospective Approach.”

Sally Hatch Gray. “Aesthetics, Anthropology, and the Limits of Enlightenment Cosmopolitism in Georg Forster’s Reise um die Welt.”

Ruth P. Thomas. “Family Feud and Family Ties: Brothers and Sisters in Eighteenth-Century French Novels.”

Amanda Paetz Hiner. “‘Not a Work for…Groveling Pens’: Aggressive Satire in the Political Pamphlets of Delarivier Manley.”

NPEC: Volume 8, Spring 2011

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Katherine S. Green. “‘The Idol will be Broken’: Necessitarianism, Class and Gender in Inchbald’s Nature and Art.”

Althea M. Arguelles-Ling. “Performing Mother and Daughter in Cénie and La Gouvernante.”

Misty Krueger. “Revenge in Early Restoration England and Sir William Davenant’s Hamlet.”

James E. Evans. “Sentimental Economies in The School for Scandal.”

Scott Phillips. “‘A Pleasure on Which We Are Ashamed to Reflect’: Benjamin Hoadley’s The Suspicious Husband and Middle-Class Anxiety.”

NPEC: Volume 7, Spring 2010

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Sara D Schotland. “Man as Brute and Beast as Exemplar: Man and Animals in Wordworth’s Poetry.”

Marie A. Wellington. “Liaisons and Their Dangers in Les Liaisons dangereuses.”

Rafe Blaufarb. “Nationalizing Discipline: A Reinterpretation of Michel Foucault’s Discipline and Punish.”

Ian D. Pearson. “The Origin of Johann Mattheson’s Das Neu-Eröffnete Orchestre: Progressive Hearing Loss vs. English Empiricism.”

Diane Duffrin Kelley. “The Morality of Plagiarism: Voltaire, Diderot and the Legacy of Graffigny’s Cénie.”

NPEC: Volume 6, Spring 2009

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Marijn S. Kaplan. “A Newly discovered 1722 Letter by Fan- and Miniature Painter Louis Goupy.”

Florian Vauléon. “Chess in the Coffee House: The Philosophical Pastime of an Enlightened Nation.”

Christopher D. Johnson. “History, Fiction, and the Emergence of an Artistic Vision: Sarah Fielding’s Anna Boleyn Narrative.”

Carol Sherman. “Polyphony and Persuation in De Gouges’s Mémoire de Madame de Valmont.”

Bethany Packard. “‘Music, Awake, Her-Strike’: Revivifying Hermione in Garrick and Shakespeare.”

NPEC: Volume 5, Spring 2008

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Rima Abunasser. “Daniel Defoe and the Economic Production of English National Identity.”

Ruth Thomas. “‘Ma soeur, mon amie.’ Friends as Family in Mme Riccoboni’s Fiction.”

Kamille Stone Stanton. “‘Capable of Being Kings’: The Influence of the Cult of King Charles I on the Early Modern Women’s Literary Canon.”

David Wheeler. “Placing Anna Seward: The ‘Genius of Place,’ Coalbrookdale and ‘Colebrook Dale.’”

Felicia B. Sturzer. “Writing the Self and Textual Authority in the Letters of Julie de Lespinasse.”

NPEC: Volume 4, Spring 2007

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Dorothy Medlin. “André Morellet’s Friendship with Benjamin Franklin.”

Claire Boussel. “The Waning Days of the Académie Française, 1789-1793.”

Christopher D. Johnson. “Indeterminacy and Meaning: A Pedagogical Approach to Oroonoko.”

Lisa Plummer Crafton. “‘A Shameful Tale to Tell for Public Sport’: Wollstonecraft’s Revision of Rowe’s The Fair Penitent in The Wrongs of Woman; or Maria.”

NPEC: Volume 3, Spring 2006

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Allan H. Pasco. “Revolutionary Divorce and the Marriage of History and Literature.”

Candy B.K. Schille. “The Two Faces of Eve: ‘Milton’s Pamela,’ ‘Dryden’s Shamela,’ and The State of Innocence.”

Annie Smart. “‘Bonnes mères qui savent penser.’ Motherhood and a Boy’s Education in Rousseau’s Emile and Epinay’s Lettres à mon fils.”

Laura Alexander. “‘Breathing of the Heart.’ Reading Sensibility in Pope’s Eloisa to Abeland.”

NPEC: Volume 2, Spring 2005

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Mary McAlpin. “Diderot’s Philosopher Nun: Religion in La Religieuse.”

Jeffrey Merrick. “The Strange Case of Barbe Melzine.”

Robert M. Craig. “Architecture as Expression: Le Camus de Mézières and Bernard Maybeck.”

Barbara Brandon Schnorrenberg. “Who Was George Lewis Scott?”

NPEC: Volume 1, Spring 2004

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Elizabeth Mansfield. “Painting in the Philosophical Brothel.”

Jeff Loveland. “Daubenton’s Lions: From Buffon’s Shadow to the French Revolution.”

Steven Epley. “Breaking the Codes of Susanna Rowson’s Reuben and Rachel.”

Miriam Claude Meijer. “The Century of the Orangutan.”