Kevin Bourque, “Enlightenment Appetites”
Deirdre Loughridge, “Eighteenth-Century Origins”
Robin Runia, “Writing Women and Race”
Catherine Ingrassia, “Cultures of Captivity in the Long Eighteenth Century”
Kailan Rubinoff, “Music and the Grand Tour”
Jane Wessel and Matthew J. Kinservik,”Making Shakespeare”
Michael Gavin, “Modeling Literary History: Quantitative Approaches to the Enlightenment”
Estelle Joubert, “Music in the Global Eighteenth Century: A New Course Proposal”
Sean Silver, “The Novel and the Museum”
Peggy Schaller Elliott, "Teaching Modern Strategies through Early Modern Fairy Tales"
Courtney Weiss Smith "Science and/as Literature in Early Modern England"
Steven Thomas, "Pirates, Puritans, and the Revolutionary Atlantic World"
Gillian Paku, "Authorial Identity: What's in a Name?"
Marvin Lansverk, "Storytelling the Eighteenth Century: Novelists, Narratives, and the Rise of the Novel"
Fiona Ritchie and Thomas Fish, "Popular Entertainment in the Long Eighteenth Century"
Susan Lanser and Jane Kamensky, "London in the Long Eighteenth-Century: People, Culture, City"
Janie Vanpee, "Re-Membering Marie Antoinette" (Article) (Catalog) (Bibl) (Guide) (Synopis)
Zach Hutchins, "American Love Letters" (Article) (Course Materials)
2010 - 11
Paula Loscocco, "Special Victims"(Article)
Nicholas D. Nace, "Pamela and Lolita" (Article)
Pascale Rihouet, "Eighteenth-Century French Art"
David A. Brewer, "Novelistic Markets and Pleasure"
Sarah Day-O'Connell, Listening to Music In/Of the Eighteenth Century: Destablizing the Survey, Grounding the Topic Course"
Kathryn Lowerre, Music in London during the 'Long'Eighteenth-Century, 1660-1814" (Article)
Rachel Crawford, “Teaching Eighteenth-Century British
Literature and Cartography”
Christine Jones, “Dramatis Personae: An Online Performance Archive” (Article)
Clorinda Donato, Tim Keirn, and Norbert Schürer, “The Global Eighteenth Century” (Article)
John Patrick Greene, "Discovering the Exotic in the Eighteenth Century" (Article)
Andrew Hottle, "The Adventures of an Eighteenth-Century Woman"
Christine Lupton, "Everyday Life and the Eighteenth Century" (Article)
Anthony Krupp, “Philosophies of Childhood in the Eighteenth-Century” (Article)
Cameron McFarlane and Lisa Zeitz “Performing the Past: Restoration and Eighteenth-Century Dramas” (Article)
Amy Witherbee – Hogarth’s Eighteenth Century” (Article)
Amy Wolf – “The Coffeehouse Culture of Eighteenth-Century England” (Article)
Dena Goodman – “The French Enlightenment” (Article)
Jennifer Frangos and Cristobal Silva – “Transatlantic Eighteenth Century (England and the New World/America and the Old World)” (Article)
Cynthia Klekar, “Fictions of the Gift: Generosity and Obligation in Eighteenth-Century English Literature” (Article)
Carrie Hintz, “Nell Gwyn and Restoration Culture” (Article)
Elizabeth Child, “Eighteenth-Century Studies and Brit Lit Survey: A Course Proposal” (Article)
Carole Martin, "From Court to Street in Eighteenth-Century France" (Article)
Jane Milling and Cynthia Richards, "The World Wide Web: Untangling Transatlantic Connections in the Work of Aphra Behn" (Article)
Steve Newman, "The Textual City: London and Philadelphia in Literature from the Great Fire to the Present" (Article)
Heidi Bostic, "Gendered Declarations in French Revolutionary Culture" (Article)
Cheryl Nixon, "Orphans, Wards, and Lost Children: Eighteenth-Century Facts and Fiction" (Article)
Nancy November, "Re-Voicing the Canon: 'Voice' in Eighteenth-Century Musical Thought" (Article)
2000-01 - Volume 8
Michael Burden, "Opera on the Stage in London - 1700-1800" (Article)
Shari Evans and Mary Rooks, "No Place Like Home?: The Politics of Home-spaces in the Eighteenth Century Premise" (Article)
Mary Trouille, "Marriage and Domestic Violence in Eighteenth-Century French Literature and Society" (Article)
James E. Evans, "An Inclusive Cultural History of Early Eighteenth-Century British Literature" (Article)
Jenn Fishman, "Stage and Page: Theater and the Novel in Eighteenth- Century Literary Culture" (Article)
Lisa M. Zeitz, " Landscape and Nation in Eighteenth-Century Britain" (Article)
1998-99 - Volume 7
Lisa Berglund, "Samuel Johnson and The Eighteenth-Century Reader" (Article)
Richard Frohock, "America in British Consciousness, 1660-1750" (Article)
Elizabeth Teare, "Knaves and Fools: History, Satire, and the Rise of the Novel" (Article)
Astrida Tantillo, "Creating Nature: German Science, Literature, and Philosophy" (Article)
Jennifer Thorn, "Eighteenth-Century British Orientalism" (Article)
Maureen Harkin, "Women and the Visual Arts in Eighteenth-Century Britain" (Article)
Alternate: Aurora Wolfgang, "Women and the French Enlightenment"
1996 - Volume 6
Barbara Ching and Kay Easson, "Discerning Taste" (Article)
John O'Brien, "Grub Street: The Literary and the Literatory in Eighteenth-Century Britain" (Article)
Miriam L. Wallace and Jocelyn van Tuyl, "The French Revolution in the Cultural Imaginations: Eighteenth-Century France and Britain" (Article)
1995 - Volume 5
Patricia Cleary and Elizabeth Young, "Women in England and America, 1688-1800"
Michael J. Conlon, "Literature and Performance in Eighteenth-Century England"
Jane Girdham, "Musical Life in the Late Eighteenth Century"
1993 - Volume 4
Joan Gundersen and Madeleine Marshall, "The Transatlantic Conversation, 1650-1776"
Susan Sage Heinzelman, "Legal Facts and Feminist Fictions: Laws of Evidence and Women's Writing 1688-1760"
Cheryl Lambert, "The Role of the Scientist and the Role of the Reader: Science and Literature in the Eighteenth Century"
1991 - Volume 3
Beth Fowkes Tobin, "The Representation of Poverty in England, 1730-1830"
Wendy Furman and Paula Radisich, "The Pursuit of Happiness/Vanity of Human Wishes. A Pair of Courses"
Peter V. Conroy, Jr., "The History, Comedy, Tragedy: The Enlightenment Novel"
1988 - Volume 2
Jill Campbell, "Problems of Gender in Early Eighteenth-Century Literature"
Margaret Darrow, Virginia Swain, Susanne Zantop, "Rights and Rebels: The Roots of Individualism"
Daniel E. Williams, "Early American Prose Narratives: A Course Proposal"
1987 - Volume 1
Cynthia L. Caywood, "Beyond Tokenism: Including Women Writers in Eighteen-Century Courses"
Nelson Hilton, "Blake Rouses the Faculties"
Lance Wilcox, "The Age of Tormented Reason"