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Members Publications 2013-2014
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2014

Books

Carol Baraniuk, James Orr, Poet and Irish Radical. London: Pickering & Chatto. Pp. 256.

Daniel Carey (ed.), Money and Political Economy in the Enlightenment. Oxford: Voltaire Foundation. Oxford University Studies on the Enlightenment [formerly Studies on Voltaire and the Eighteenth Century]. Pp. 255pp.

Porscha Fermanis (ed.), Rethinking British Romantic History, 1770-1845 [with John Regan]. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Pp. 352.

Niall Gillespie and Christina Morin (eds.), Irish Gothics: Genres, Forms, Modes, and Traditions, 1760-1890. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. Pp. 232.

Anne Markey and Anne O’Connor (eds.), Folklore and Modern Irish Writing. Dublin: Irish Academic Press. Pp. xii + 250.

Christina Morin and Niall Gillespie (eds.), Irish Gothics: Genres, Forms, Modes, and Traditions, 1760-1890. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. Pp. 232.

Daniel Sanjiv Roberts (ed.) with Simon Davies and Gabriel Sánchez Espinosa, India and Europe in the Global Eighteenth Century. Oxford: Voltaire Foundation. Pp. xi + 341po

Editions

Andrew Carpenter (ed.) The Irish poet and the Natural World: an anthology of verse in English from the Tudors to the Romantics [with Lucy Collins]. Cork: Cork University Press. Pp. xiv + 420.

Andrew Carpenter (Gen. ed.) Art and Architecture of Ireland, 5 vols. Dublin, London and New Haven: Yale University Press for the Royal irish Academy. Pp. 2938.
Daniel Sanjiv Roberts (ed.), Charles Johnston, The History of Arsaces, Prince of Betlis. Dublin: Four Courts Press. Pp. 237.

Carol Stewart (ed.), Eliza Haywood, The Invisible Spy. London: Pickering & Chatto. Pp. xxiii + 507.

Essays in books

Christopher Borsing, ‘The True-Born Englishman: Defoe’s Hall of Mirrors’, in Katherine Ellison, Kit Kincade, and Holly Faith Nelson (eds.), Topographies of the Imagination: New Approaches to Daniel Defoe, New York, NY: AMS Press. Pp. 251-269.

Daniel Carey, ‘John Locke’s Philosophy of Money’, in Daniel Carey (ed.), Money and Political Economy in the Enlightenment. Oxford: Voltaire Foundation. Pp. 57-81.

Daniel Carey, ‘Introduction: Money and Political Economy in the Era of Enlightenment’, in Daniel Carey (ed.), Money and Political Economy in the Enlightenment. Oxford: Voltaire Foundation. Pp. 1-29.

Daniel Carey, ‘Locke, Shaftesbury, and Bayle and the Problem of Universal Consent’, in Patrick Müller (ed.), New Ages, New Opinions: Shaftesbury in his World and Today. Frankfurt: Peter Lang. Pp. 203-21.

Claire Connolly, ‘A Bookish History of Irish Romanticism’, in Porscha Fermanis and John O’Regan (eds.), Rethinking British Romantic History, 1770-1845. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Pp. 271-295.

Porscha Fermanis, ‘Introduction’ [with John Regan], in Porscha Fermanis and John Regan (eds.), Rethinking British Romantic History, 1770-1845. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Pp. 1-34.

______________________    ‘A “poor crotchety picture of several things”: Antiquarianism, Subjectivity, and the Novel in Thomas Carlyle's Letters and Speeches of Oliver Cromwell’, in Porscha Fermanis and John Regan (eds), Rethinking British Romantic History, 1770-1845. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Pp. 94-120.

Niall Gillespie and Christina Morin, ‘Introduction: De-limiting the Irish Gothic’, in Morin and Gillespie (eds.), Irish Gothics: Genres, Forms, Modes, and Traditions, 1760-1890, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. Pp. 1-12.

April London, ‘Sarah Fielding’s Lives of Cleopatra and Octavia: Anecdote and Women’s Biographical Histories’, in Timothy Erwin (ed.), Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture 43. Baltimore MD: Johns Hopkins University Press. Pp. 137-151.

Anne Markey [with Anne O’Connor], ‘Introduction’, in Anne Markey and Anne O’Connor (eds.), Folklore and Modern Irish Writing. Dublin: Irish Academic Press. Pp. 5-18.
___________________ , ‘The Gothicization of Irish Folklore’ in Christina Morin and Niall Gillespie (eds.), Irish Gothics (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. Pp. 94-112.

Christina Morin and Niall Gillespie, ‘Introduction: De-limiting the Irish Gothic’, in Morin and Gillespie (eds.), Irish Gothics: Genres, Forms, Modes, and Traditions, 1760-1890, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. Pp. 1-12.

Christina Morin, ‘Theorizing “Gothic” in Eighteenth-Century Ireland’, in Christina Morin and Niall Gillespie (eds.), Irish Gothics: Genres, Forms, Modes, and Traditions, 1760-1890, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. Pp. 13-33.

Daniel Sanjiv Roberts, ‘“The fanciful traditions of early nations”: History, Myth, and Orientalist Poetry in India Prior to James Mill’, in Porscha Fermanis and John Regan (eds.), Rethinking British Romantic History, 1770-1845. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Pp. 54-71.


Journals

Articles in journals

Daniel Carey, ‘John Locke and Sati’, Journal of Early Modern History, 18 (2014), 69-100.

Anne Markey, ‘Selene: Lady Mount Cashell’s Lunar Utopia’, Women’s Writing, 21:4 (2014), 559-574.

Electronic publishing

Andrew Carpenter, “Anglo-Irish verse, 1500-1800” in Oxford Bibliographies. www.oxfordbibliographies.com

2013

Books

Michael Griffin, Enlightenment in Ruins: The Geographies of Oliver Goldsmith. Lewisburg, PA: Bucknell University Press. Pp.  222.

Shaun Regan (ed.), Reading 1759: Literary Culture in Mid-Eighteenth-Century Britain and France. Lewisburg, PA: Bucknell University Press. Pp. viii + 255.

Daniel S. Roberts (ed.), Romanticism and Blackwood’s Magazine: An Unprecedented Phenomenon, ed. Robert Morrison and Daniel S. Roberts. Houndmills: Palgrave Macmillan. Pp. 312.

Editions

Andrew Carpenter (ed.), The 'Purgatorium Hibernicum' with 'The Fingallian Travesty'. Dublin: Irish Manuscripts Commission. Pp. 240.

Ian Campbell Ross (ed.), William Chaigneau, The History of Jack Connor. Dublin: Four Courts Press. Pp. 269.

Carol Stewart (ed.), Eliza Haywood, The Rash Resolve and Life’s Progress through the Passions. London: Pickering and Chatto. Pp.xxvii + 209.

Essays in books

Daniel Carey, ‘Arts and Sciences ofTravel, 1574-1762: The Arabian Journey andMichaelis’s Fragen in Context’, in Ib Friis, Michael Harbsmeier, and Jørgen Bæk Simonsen (eds.), Early Scientific Expeditions and Local Encounters – New Perspectives on Carsten Niebuhr and ‘The Arabian Journey’. Copenhagen: Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Letters. Pp. 27-50.

Andrew Carpenter, ‘Reading Swift’s Works in Dublin in the 1750s’, in Kirsten Juhas, Patrick Müller and Mascha Hansen (eds.), ‘The first wit of the age’: Essays on Swift and his Contemporaries in Honour of Hermann J. Real. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang. Pp. 117-131. 

Andrew Carpenter, ‘“The Birds and the Bees”: Ecopoetry in Swift’s Irish Circle’, in Kirsten Juhas, Hermann J. Real and Sandra Simon (eds.), Reading Swift: Papers from the Sixth Münster Symposium on Jonathan Swift. Munich: Wilhelm Fink. Pp. 351-364.

Moyra Haslett, ‘Eccentricity, Originality, and the Novel: Tristram Shandy, volumes 1 and 2’, in Shaun Regan (ed.), Reading 1759: Literary Culture in Mid Eighteenth-Century Britain and France. Lewisburg, PA: Bucknell University Press. Pp.169-185.

Shaun Regan, ‘Introduction’, in Shaun Regan (ed.), Reading 1759: Literary Culture in Mid-Eighteenth-Century Britain and France, Lewisburg, PA: Bucknell University Press. Pp. 1-17.

________________, ‘Writers, Reviewers, and the Culture of Reading’, in Shaun Regan (ed.), Reading 1759: Literary Culture in Mid-Eighteenth-Century Britain and France. Lewisburg, PA: Bucknell University Press. Pp. 209-232.

Daniel Sanjiv Roberts, ‘Mediating Indian Literature in the Age of Empire: Blackwood’s and Orientalism’, in Romanticism and Blackwood’s Magazine: An Unprecedented Phenomenon. Houndmills: Palgrave Macmillan. Pp. 255-266.

Journals

Articles in journals

Barr, Rebecca Anne, ‘Pathological laughter and the response to ridicule: Samuel Richardson, Jane Collier, and Sarah Fielding’, Revue de la Société d’Études anglo-américaines des XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles, 70, 223-246.

Daniel Carey, ‘Locke’s Species: Money and Philosophy in the 1690s’, Annals of Science, 70:3 (2013), 357-80.

Daniel Carey, ‘Capital Enthusiasm’ [review essay], Eighteenth-Century Life 37:3 (2013), 105-9.

Ian Campbell Ross, ‘Carlo Denina, “Mylady Mackenzie” and the Enlightenment construction of Scottish and Irish literature’, Journal of Irish and Scottish Studies (2012 [2013]), 6:1, 1-24.

Carol Baraniuk, ‘“Irish on their own terms?”: reviving the revival, or the progress and implications of some current strategies for Ulster Scots’, The Drouth, 42 (2013),  77-86.

Declan William Kavanagh, ‘“Of Neuter Gender, tho’ of Irish Growth”: Charles Churchill’s Fribble’, Irish University Review, Special Issue: ‘Queering the Issue’, 43.1 (2013), 119-130.

Anne Markey, ‘John Carey and the American Dream’, New Hibernia Review, 17:2 (Summer 2013), 70-85.

_________________, ‘Neglected Children’ Dublin Review of Books, 34 (May, 2013) at http://www.drb.ie/essays/neglected-children

_________________, ‘“Compiled for the Amusement of Good Children; and the Instruction of Such as Wish to Become Good”: The Irish Study, Origins and Archives of Children’s Literature’, iBbYlink, 37 (Summer 2013), 19-22.

Shaun Regan, ‘Learning Not to Curse: Swearing, Testimony, and Truth in Olaudah Equiano’s The Interesting Narrative’, The Eighteenth Century: Theory and Interpretation, 54:3 (Fall 2013), 339-357.

Carol Stewart, ‘Joseph Andrews and the Sacrifice of Isaac: Faith, Works and Anticlericalism’, Literature and Theology 27.1 (March 2013), 18-31.

Electronic publishing

Aileen Douglas, ‘Smollett’ in Oxford Bibliographies. www.oxfordbibliographies.com

Aileen Douglas, ‘Elizabeth Sheridan’, The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 16 July 2013. http://www.litencyc.com

_________________, ‘Elizabeth Sheridan: The Triumph of Prudence over Passion’, The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 16 July 2013. http://www.litencyc.com

Anne Markey, ‘Margaret King Moore’, The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 14 January 2013. http://www.litencyc.com

 ________________, ‘Margaret Jane King Moore: Stories of Old Daniel: or Tales of Wonder and Delight’, The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 11 March 2013. http://www.litencyc.com

_________________, ‘Margaret Jane King Moore: Stories for Little Boys and Girls in Words of one Syllable’, The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 11 March 2013.  http://www.litencync.com

_________________, ‘Margaret Jane King Moore: Simple Stories in Words of One Syllable for Little Boys and Girls’, The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 12 March 2013. http://www.litencyc.com

Amy Prendergast, “Irish literary salons of the long eighteenth century”. The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 10 April 2013. http://www.litencyc.com

 


 


 

 

 

 

 



 





 

 

 


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