TOC: The Eighteenth Century: Theory and Interpretation Summer 2017

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The following is the table of contents for The Eighteenth Century: Theory and Review, a journal published by the University of Pennsylvania Press. The Summer 2017 issue of ECTI features articles on queerness and disability in Tristram Shandy, naval impressment and the British Empire, and much more. Find the full issue on Project Muse.


ECTI 58.2 (Summer 2017)

"Horace Walpole and the Fate of Finance" by Jamison Kantor
"An Enlightenment Misanthropology: Rousseau and Marmontel, Readers of Molière" by Marco Menin
"No Penis? No Problem: Intersections of Queerness and Disability in Laurence Sterne’s The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman" by Jarred Wiehe
"Upsetting the Balance: Exposing the Myth of Masculine Virtue and Desire in Eliza Haywood’s Philidore and Placentia" by Mary Beth Harris
"On Writing the History of So Much Grief: Cotton Mather’s Decennium Luctuosum and the Trauma of Colonial History" by Kathleen Kennedy
"The Circulation of Political Things" by Chloe Wigston Smith
"Intellectual History and the Computational Turn" by Michael Gavin
"Catastrophic Literary Studies" by Eric Gidal
"James Barry on Art, Freedom, and History Painting" by Craig Ashley Hanson
"An Empire of Liberty’s Evil Necessity: Naval Impressment and the Nature of the Eighteenth-Century British Empire" by Aaron J. Palmer