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Eighteenth-Century studies, 46 (3), spring 2013


African Slaves, English Slave Narratives, and Early Modern Morocco
Adam R. Beach

Daniel Defoe’s Contribution to the Dispute over Occasional Conformity: An Insight into Dissent and “Moderation” in the Early Eighteenth Century
Yannick Deschamps

The Locus of the Fashion Shop in Russian Literature from 1764 to 1806
Victoria Ivleva

Rethinking Reform Comedies: Colley Cibber’s Desiring Women
Elaine M. McGirr

Serpentine Sideboards, Hogarth’s Analysis, and the Beautiful Self
K.L.H. Wells

“Excuse what difficiencies you will find:” Methodist Women and Public Space in John Wesley’s Arminian Magazine
Andrew O. Winckles

Review Articles

The Jesuit Missionary Ethos
Carolyn C. Guile, Robert A. Maryks

Beautiful Infidels: The Western Travels of The Arabian Nights
Rebecca C. Johnson

France and Beyond: Legal and Stealthy Book Publishing
Nancy Vogeley

New Directions in Book History
Molly O’Hagan Hardy

Otherness and Soft Power: Analyses of Power and International Relations
Jeremy Black

Building Cities of God: Mendicant Orders and Urban Culture in New Spain by Karen Melvin (review)
Carolyn C. Guile, Nancy Vogeley

Censorship and Conflict in Seventeenth-Century England: The Subtle Art of Division by Randy Robertson (review)
Nigel Smith

The Contagious City: The Politics of Public Health in Early Philadelphia by Simon Finger (review)
Thomas Apel

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