Teaching Awards
1987 to Present

 
     

2016-17

Kevin Bourque, “Enlightenment Appetites”
Deirdre Loughridge, “Eighteenth-Century Origins”
Robin Runia, “Writing Women and Race”

2015-16

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”

2014-15

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”

2013-14

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"

2012-13

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"

2011-12

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

Richard BELL, University of Maryland, “Pursuits of Happiness: Ordinary Lives in the American Revolution” (Article)
Roger SCHMIDT, Idaho State University, “How to Forge a Jane Austen Manuscript”
Katharine HAMERTON, Columbia College, Chicago, “Taste and Consumption in French History”
Honorable Mention: Mary Trouille, “The Eighteenth-Century on Film”

2009-10

Paula Loscocco, "Special Victims"(Article)
Nicholas D. Nace, "Pamela and Lolita" (Article)
Pascale Rihouet, "Eighteenth-Century French Art"

2008-09

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)

2007-08

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)

2006-07

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)

2005-06

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)

2004-05

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)

2003-04
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)

2002-03
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)

2001-02
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"


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