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Eighteenth-Century studies, 47 (1), fall 2013

Articles

A “Popular,” “Private” Lecturer?: Kant’s Theory and Practice of University Instruction
Sean Franzel

The New Cosmopolitanism and the Eighteenth Century
Mary Helen McMurran

Sanctioning Pleasure: Sodomy and Lessing’s Critical Project
Derrick R. Miller

Rousseau and the Desire for Communion
Jason Neidleman

Review Article

The Stakes of Enlightenment: Censorship and Communication in Eighteenth-Century France
Clorinda Donato

What Happened When Women Aged?
Lynn Botelho

Collecting Alexander von Humboldt
Michael Dettelbach

Single Title Reviews

A General History of Quadrupeds: The Figures Engraved on Wood by Thomas Bewick (review)
Swann Paradis, Jamie McLennan

Ciencia, Arte e Ilusión en la España Ilustrada by Jesusa Vega (review)
Alisa Luxenberg

Dramatic Expression in Rameau’s “Tragédie en Musique”: Between Tradition and Enlightenment by Cynthia Verba (review)
Gina Rivera

The First Modern Museums of Art: The Birth of an Institution in 18th- and Early-19th-Century Europe ed. by Carole Paul (review)
Patrick Norris



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