This is the bookshelf in my office. Here is a selection of what I’m reading right now.
Currently on my desk
- Martha Banta, Barbaric Intercourse: Caricature and the Culture of Conduct, 1841–1936 (University Of Chicago Press, 2003).
- Marc A. Christophe, “Changing Images of Blacks in Eighteenth Century French Literature,” Phylon (1960-) 48, no. 3 (Qtr): 183–189.
- Vic Gatrell, City of Laughter: Sex and Satire in Eighteenth-Century London (Walker & Company, 2006).
- Wendy Webster, Englishness and Empire 1939–1965 (Oxford University Press, USA, 2007).
- David Dabydeen, Hogarthʼs Blacks: Images of Blacks in Eighteenth Century English Art (Univ of Georgia Pr, 1987).
- Paul Nadler, “Liberty Censored: Black Living Newspapers of the Federal Theatre Project,” African American Review 29, no. 4 (Winter): 615–622.
- Stana Nenadic, “Print Collecting and Popular Culture in Eighteenth-Century Scotland,” History 82, no. 266 (1997): 203–222.
- Neil McKendrick, The birth of a consumer society : the commercialization of eighteenth-century England (London: Europa Publications, 1982).
- Roxann Wheeler, The Complexion of Race: Categories of Difference in Eighteenth-Century British Culture (University of Pennsylvania Press, 2000).
- Mark Pendergrast, Uncommon grounds : the history of coffee and how it transformed our world, 1st ed. (New York NY: Basic Books, 1999).