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Members of our team have published widely in the areas of republicanism studies, book history, translation, and editing. Here is a selection of their work.

Rachel Hammersley

—, Textual Moments in Revolutionary Thought (London: Bloomsbury Academic, forthcoming)

—, ‘The Enlightenment: An Intellectual and Cultural History’, single authored book with Yale University Press. Delivery date December 2016.

—, ‘Rethinking the Political Thought of James Harrington: Royalism, Republicanism and Democracy’, History of European Ideas, 39:3 (2013), pp. 354-70.

—, ‘Harringtonian Republicanism, Democracy and the French Revolution’, La Révolution française: cahiers de l’Institut d’histoire de la Révolution française, 5 (2013), http://lrf.revues.org/947

—, ‘Introduction: The Historiography of Republicanism and Republican Exchanges’, in R. Hammersley ed., Special Issue on Republican Exchanges, c.1550-c.1850, History of European Ideas 83:3 (2012), pp. 323-37.

—, ‘James Harrington’s The Commonwealth of Oceana and the Republican Tradition’, in Oxford Handbook of Literature and the English Revolution, ed. L. Lunger Knoppers (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012).

—, French Revolutionaries and English Republicans: The Cordeliers Club, 1790-1794 (Woodbridge: Boydell and Brewer, 2005, paperback edition 2011).

—, The English Republican Tradition and Eighteenth-Century France: Between the Ancients and the Moderns (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2010).

—, ‘The “Real Whig”-Huguenot network and the English Republican Tradition’, in Cultural Transfers: France and Britain in the long eighteenth century, ed. A. Thomson et al (Oxford: Studies on Voltaire and the Eighteenth Century, 2010), pp. 19-32.

—, ‘An Eighteenth-Century French Commonwealthman? Exploring the Context of the Chevalier d’Eon’s Translation of Marchamont Nedham’s The Excellencie of a Free State’, in Chevalier D’Eon and his Worlds: Gender, Espionage and Politics in the Eighteenth Century, ed. S. Burrows, J. Conlin, R. Goulbourne and V. Mainz (Continuum, 2010), pp. 215-228.

—, ‘La France contre l’Angleterre, tout contre, ou lire les texts des républicains anglais au temps du Directoire’, in Républiques soeurs – Le Directoire et la Révolution atlantique, ed. P. Serna (Rennes: Presses Universitaire de Rennes, 2009).

—, ‘The Commonwealth of Oceana de James Harrington: un modèle pour la France revolutionnaire’, Annales historiques de la Révolution française (2005) No. 4, pp. 3-20.

—, ‘From Constitution-Builders to Radical Democrats: Neo-Harringtonians in Eighteenth-Century America and France’, 1650-1850: Ideas Aesthetics, and Inquiries in the Early Modern Era, Volume 11 (2005), pp. 315-343.

—, ‘Jean-Paul Marat’s The Chains of Slavery in Britain and France, 1774-1833’, The Historical Journal, 48, 3 (2005), pp. 641-660.

—, ‘English Republicanism in Revolutionary France: The Case of the Cordelier Club’, Journal of British Studies, 43 (2004), pp. 464-481.

—, ’Camille Desmoulins’s Le Vieux Cordelier: A Link Between English and French Republicanism’, History of European Ideas, 27 (2001), pp. 115-132.

—, ‘English Republicanism and the French Revolution: The Case of Jean-Jacques Rutlidge’, Confluences XVII, ed. E. Tuttle (Paris: Université de Paris X – Nanterre, 2000), pp. 169-183.

Delphine Doucet

—, (ed.), Le Colloquium Heptaplomeres de Rerum Sublimium Arcanis de Jean Bodin: texte et présentation de sa circulation clandestine (working title) (contract with Honoré Champion).

—, ‘Du Colloquium Heptaplomeres de Bodin au Commentaire Philosophique de Bayle: diversite, verite, sincerite et conversion’ in Pierre Bayle et le politique textes réunis par Xavier Daverat et Antony McKenna avec la collaboration de Philippe Fréchet (Honoré Champion, Paris, forthcoming 2014)

—, ‘Questioning Authorities: Scepticism and Anti-Christian Arguments in the Colloquium Heptaplomeres’, History of European Ideas DOI: 10.1080/01916599.2013.774114, Published online: 07 Mar 2013

—, Review of ‘Sarah Mortimer and John Robertson, eds. The Intellectual Consequences of Religious Heterodoxy 1600–1750′, Renaissance Quarterly, Vol. 66, No. 1 (2013), pp. 290-91.

—, Review of ‘Jeffrey R. Wigelsworth, Deism in Enlightenment England: Theology, Politics, and Newtonian Public Science, Manchester, Manchester University Press,2009, pp. ix + 238, pb. £60, ISBN: 978-0-7190-7872-9′, The Seventeenth Century, vol. 26, no. 1 (2011), pp. 200-1.

Anja-Sylvia Goeing

—, With Ann Blair and Urs Leu, Festschrift for Anthony Grafton in two volumes, title TBA (57 contributors) (Brill, forthcoming 2016).

—, Working Title: Storing, Archiving, Ordering: The Changing Dynamics of Scholarly Information Management in Post-Reformation Zurich (Brill, forthcoming c2015).

—, With Anthony T. Grafton and Paul Michel, eds, Collectors’ Knowledge: What is kept, what is discarded (Leiden: Brill, 2013)

—, ‘Érudits, voyageurs et hommes d’Église: la portée du cabinet de curiosités des Fondations Francke piétistes à Halle’, in Dominique Moncond’hui, ed., La licorne et le bézoard. Une histoire des cabinets de curiosités d’hier à aujourd’hui, catalogue of the exhibition “La Licorne et le Bézoard at Poitiers, 18 October 2013 to 16 March 2014 (Montreuil: Gourcuff Gradenigo, 2013), 223-228.

—, ‘Storing to Know: Konrad Gessner’s De Anima and relations between textbooks and citation collections in 16th century Europe’, in: Anja-Silvia Goeing, Anthony T. Grafton, Paul Michel, eds, Collectors’ Knowledge: What is kept, what is discarded (Leiden: Brill, 2013), 209-242.

—, With Emidio Campi, Simone De Angelis, and Anthony T. Grafton, eds, Scholarly Knowledge: Textbooks in Early Modern Europe, Travaux d’Humanisme et Renaissance (Genève: Droz, 2008) (Reviews in: Isis (2010), Paedagogica Historica (2011), Sixteenth Century Journal (2010)).

Gaby Mahlberg

—, ‘Les Juges Jugez, se Justifians (1663) and Edmund Ludlow’s protestant network in seventeenth-century Switzerland’, Historical Journal, 57, 2 (2014 forthcoming), pp. 1-28.

—, ‘English Republicanism and the Myth of Anti-Catholicism’, in: Guillaume Marche/ Nathalie Caron (eds), Du profane dans le sacré (Rennes: Presses universitaires de Rennes, 2014 forthcoming).

—, With Dirk Wiemann (eds), Perspectives on English Revolutionary Republicanism (Farnham: Ashgate, 2014).

—, With Dirk Wiemann (eds), European Contexts for English Republicanism (Farnham: Ashgate, 2013).

—, ‘Wansleben’s Harrington, or “The Fundations & Modell of a Perfect Commonwealth”’, in: Gaby Mahlberg/ Dirk Wiemann (eds), European Contexts for English Republicanism (Farnham: Ashgate, 2013).

—, ‘Authors Losing Control: The European Transformations of Henry Neville’s The Isle of Pines (1668),’ Book History, 15 (2012), pp. 1-15.

—, ‘The republican discourse on religious liberty during the Exclusion Crisis’, History of European Ideas, 38 (2012), pp. 1-18.

—, ‘An island with potential: Henry Neville’s The Isle of Pines (1668)’, in: J.C. Davis/ Miguel A. Ramiro, Utopian Moments: Micro-Historical Approaches to Modern Literary Utopias (London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2012).

—, ‘Patriarchalism and the monarchical republicans’, in: Cesare Cuttica and Glenn Burgess (eds), Monarchism and Absolutism in Early Modern Europe (London: Pickering & Chatto, 2012).

—, ‘Henry Neville and the Toleration of Catholics during the Exclusion Crisis’, Historical Research, 83 (2010), pp. 617-34.

—, ‘”All the conscientious and honest papists”: Exile and Belief Formation of an English Republican: Henry Neville (1619-94),’ in: Barbara Schaff (ed.), Exiles, Emigrés and Intermediaries: AngloItalian Cultural Transactions (Rodopi: Amsterdam/ New York, 2010).

—, Henry Neville and English Republican Culture in the Seventeenth Century: Dreaming of Another Game (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2009)

—, ‘Neo-Harringtonianism and A Letter Sent to General Monk (1660) revisited’, The Seventeenth Century, 24 (2009), pp. 305-22.

—, With Peter Stillman and Nat Hardy, ‘The Isle of Pines Special Issue’, Utopian Studies, 17.1 (2006).

Fred Schurink

—, ed., Plutarch, ‘Essays’ and ‘Lives’, MHRA Tudor & Stuart Translations (under contract)

—, ‘ “Scholemaister and Counsailour vnto Traianus”: Plutarch, the Institutio Traiani, and Humanist Political Advice in Renaissance England’, The Afterlife of Plutarch, ed. by Peter Mack and John North (forthcoming)

, ‘War, What Is It Good For? Sixteenth-Century English Translations of Ancient Roman Texts on Warfare’, in Renaissance Cultural Crossroads: Translation, Print and Culture in Britain, 1473-1640, ed. by S. K. Barker and Brenda M. Hosington (Leiden: Brill, 2013), pp. 121-38

, ed., Tudor Translation, Early Modern Literature in History (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012)

—, with Jennifer Richards, eds, The Textuality and Materiality of Reading in Early Modern England, Special Issue of Huntington Library Quarterly, vol. 73, no. 3 (2010)

—, with Cathy Shrank, Mike Pincombe, and Alan Bryson, The Origins of Early Modern Literature: Recovering Mid-Tudor Writing for a Modern Readership, hriOnline, Sheffield University, 2009 <http://www.hrionline.ac.uk/origins>

, ‘The Intimacy of Manuscript and the Pleasure of Print: Literary Culture from The Schoolmaster to Euphues’, in The Oxford Handbook to Tudor Literature, 1485-1603, ed. by Mike Pincombe and Cathy Shrank (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2009), pp. 671-86

, ‘Print, Patronage, and Occasion: Translations of Plutarch’s Moralia in Tudor England’, Yearbook of English Studies, 38 (2008), 86-101

, ‘ “Like a Hand in the Margine of a Booke”: William Blount’s Marginalia and the Politics of Sidney’s Arcadia’, Review of English Studies, 59 (2008), 1-24 [winner of The Review of English Studies Essay Prize]

Niall Hodson

—, ‘Scientific Inquiry as Polite Enquiry: Fourteen Unpublished Letters from the Correspondence between Constantijn Huygens and Johan van Beverwijck’, Lias [in preparation].

—, ‘Review of Nancy G. Siraisi, Communities of Learned Experience: Epistolary Medicine in the Renaissance, Centaurus, 55, no. 4 (2013), pp. 435-6.

—, ‘Review of Leonardo: Anatomist exhibition at the Queen’s Gallery, Buckingham Palace, London’, Aestimatio, 9 (2012), pp. 261-7.

Mads Jensen

—, By convention or by nature – Melanchthon’s criticism of late medieval Ockhamist political thought in the Commentarii in aliquot politicos libros Aristotelis’, History of Political Thought, 35,1 (2014), pp.1-28.

—, with J. Paul et al. eds. (2012) Governing Diversities: Democracy, Diversity and Human Nature, (Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2012).

—, ‘Ulydighed og modstand mod øvrigheden i tidlig luthersk politisk tænkning’, Kritik, 199 (2011), pp. 121-128.

Louise Seaward

—, ‘External Concerns and Local Collaborations: Censorship in late Eighteenth-Century Geneva’, In Progress.

—, ‘The Société typographique de Neuchâtel (STN) and the Politics of the Book Trade in late Eighteenth-Century Europe, 1769-1789’, European History Quarterly, In Press.

—, ‘Censorship through Cooperation: The Société typographique de Neuchâtel (STN) and the French Government, 1769-1789’, French History 2013; doi: 10.1093/fh/crt086.

—, ‘Review of: The French Revolution: Faith, Desire and Politics by Noah Shusterman’, French History, In Progress.

—, ‘Review of: Policier Paris au siècle des Lumières: les commissaires du quartier du Louvre dans la second moitié du XVIIIe siècle by Justine Berlière’, French Studies, In Press.

—, ‘Review of: Royal Censorship of Books in Eighteenth-Century France by Raymond Birn’, European History Quarterly, In Press.

—, ‘Review of: Books without Borders in Enlightenment Europe: French Cosmopolitanism and German Literary Markets by Jeffrey Freedman’, Modern Language Review, 108:3 (2013), pp. 949-950.

—, ‘Review of: The Literary Market by Geoffrey Turnovsky’, French History, 26:2 (2012), pp. 251-252.

—, ‘Review of: This is Enlightenment edited by Clifford Siskin and William Warner’, Modern Language Review, 106:3 (2011), pp. 838-839.


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