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The Future of the Eighteenth Century

Our Scholarly Future

A Highly Accurate & Scrupulously Documented Table of Essential Data

This Ship We’re In

What Kind of Future are We Making?

A History of the New Eighteenth Century

Snapshots of a Disappearing Field

The Shape of Things to Come

We Must Keep Moving

Another B+ Coronavirus Essay

The Old Normal

Poetry and the Precision of Bread

Salience and Silence on the Screen in the Time of COVID-19

Feelings and Shit

A.P. Bio is the Sitcom Higher Ed Needs

Reissued

Pure Heroine

I Interviewed My 16-Year Old Son About the Pandemic

Terpsichorean Powers

Flirting with Foucault

Learning to Drive in Yorkshire

Fighting Loving, Loving Fighting

Saint Valentine of the Planetarium

Check out our 2019 Valentine’s Day Issue

All for Love

Two Poems

I Don’t Read (The Right Books)

Reading Together

A Scarlett Letter

Ye Olde Enthusiasm

How the Sciences Hurt

Do What You Love! (Or, Don’t)

Trumpstram Shandy: The Inhumanity of Celebrity

Introduction

Circa 198X: Superpose, Science Fiction Histories, and the Trans Child

Reading Histories of the Transgender Child from the Transmasculine Borderlands

Listening/Loving/Liking

What Does the Trans Child Offer to Childhood and Youth Studies?

Poetics of Gender Self-Determination

Conserving Trans Life

Trans Innocence

On Wanting Trans Women and Children (For Better or For Worse)

The Queer Kinship of Our Literary Lives: A Tribute to My Uncle Joe LeSueur (and Frank O’Hara)

Tropical Landscape with Skaters

How Not to Know; Or, Hack Your Student Evals with this One Weird Trick

Twitter Accounts I’d Like to Make

Jane Austen, On Sabbatical

Why the Brits Can’t Keep Calm and Carry On About the Royal Baby (Hint: It’s About Race)

Dickinson’s Luxury

Swikipedia

Tourists of Eden

Leap

T. H. White’s Anecdotal Eighteenth Century

Proposals, on Behalf of an Elective Global Canon

Boris Johnson is a Fictional Character

Pamela Weaponized

Nationalism and the Limits of Inquiry

Front Porch

Brightly Starred

The Novel in Two Parts

Love, Labor, Loss

Drinking Tea Alone with Friends

Psycho (But Cute)

A Love Letter for Anne of Green Gables

William Hay; Or, An Obsession

Taming

Antidote: A Tale of Two Valentines

An Annotated Playlist for David Hume

The Problem of Civility: A Genealogy

Lee Garrett, The Bachelorette’s Incompetent Iago

Suicide and State Power at the Columbus Statehouse and in Othello

Between Shakespeare, the World, and Me

Pragmatism, Race, and the Collective Subject in Shakespeare’s Comedy of Errors

Meghan Markle, Good English Housewife

To Encounter the Muse

Allies and Friends: The Women’s March and Alice Curwen’s Quaker Testimonial

“Letter Boxes:” On Muslim Women and Inconstancy in the Early Modern Period

A Pre-Colonial Take on the 2018 Filipino Pro-Woman Bill

Teaching and Taming: On Bianca in The Taming of the Shrew and #MeToo

How It Feels to Be Colored Me in the Long 18th C

The Conscience of an English Major

The Machine, the Garden, and the Hollow

I Am Part of the Resistance Inside the V21 Manifesto

Snooki Wrote That Op-Ed

DIY Claude Glasses

Living in the New, New Middle Ages

Insensibly Led

“Indelible in the Hippocampus”

Liking Beer

Shadow Work

Destroy: Frankenstein for the BLM Movement

Lit-Fic-Rev-Engine

Immigrant Birds

Happy Birthday to Emily Brontë, A Very Nasty Woman

Books I’d Like to Write!

Outlander: Making Scotland Great Again?

After Dark in the Playing Fields

Issue 8
Issue Valentine, 2020

Sarah Tindal Kareem, Terpsichorean Powers

Douglas Dowland, Flirting with Foucault

Chloe Wigston Smith, Learning to Drive in Yorkshire

Andrew Rihn, Fighting Loving, Loving Fighting

Reilly Dixon, Saint Valentine of the Planetarium

Issue 7

Alpana Sharma, All for Love
Reilly Dixon, Two Poems
Esther Sorg, I Don't Read (The Right Books)
Rachel Canter, Reading Together
Samantha Doggett, A Scarlett Letter
Jessica Wiggins, Ye Olde Enthusiasm
Shane Black, Do What You Love! (Or Don't)
Kathryn Croft, How the Sciences Hurt
Andrew from New York, Trumpstam Shandy
Issue 6

Jean-Thomas Tremblay and Rebekah Sheldon, Introduction
Tony Wei Ling, Circa 198X: Superpose, Science Fiction Histories, and the Trans Child
Julie Beaulieu, Reading Histories of the Transgender Child from the Transmasculine Borderlands
Julia Sinclair-Palm, What Does the Trans Child Offer to Childhood and Youth Studies?
Rebekah Sheldon, Listening/Loving/Liking
Jean-Thomas Tremblay, Poetics of Gender Self-Determination
Mary Zaborskis, Trans Innocence
Travis Chi Wing Lau, Conserving Trans Life
Jules Gill-Peterson, On Wanting Trans Women and Children (For Better or For Worse)
Issue 5

Jason S. Farr, The Queer Kinship of Our Literary Lives: A Tribute to My Uncle Joe LeSueur
Jason Pearl, Tropical Landscape with Skaters
Katherine Gaudet, How Not to Know; Or, Hack Your Student Evals with this One Weird Trick
Maria Frawley, Jane Austen, On Sabbatical
Bethany Qualls, Twitter Accounts I’d Like to Make
Mira Assaf Kafantaris, Why the Brits Can’t Keep Calm and Carry On About the Royal Baby
Erin Severson, Swikipedia
Dandi Meng, Dickinson’s Luxury
Alexandra L. Milsom, Tourists of Eden
Issue 4

Susan Harlan, Front Porch
Douglas Dowland, Nationalism and the Limits of Inquiry
Jenny Davidson, Pamela Weaponized
Rachel Feder, Brightly Starred
Elaine McGirr, Boris Johnson is a Fictional Character
James Robert Wood, T. H. White's Anecdotal Eighteenth Century
Keil Shaub, Proposals, on Behalf of An Elective Global Canon
Marcie Frank, The Novel in Two Parts
Emily MacLeod, Leap
Issue Valentine, 2019

Crystal B. Lake, Love, Labor, Loss
J. Brendan Shaw, Drinking Tea Alone with Friends
Kathleen Tamayo Alves, Psycho (But Cute)
Emily Hodgson Anderson, Taming
Sarah Moon, A Love Letter for Anne of Green Gables
Travis Chi Wing Lau, William Hay; Or, An Obsession
Sarah Tindal Kareem, An Annotated Playlist for David Hume
Emily Corwin, Antidote: A Tale of Two Valentines

Issue 3

Urvashi Chakravarty, The Problem of Civility: A Genealogy
Emily Weissbourd, Lee Garrett, The Bachelorette’s Incompetent Iago
Carol Mejia LaPerle, Suiicide and State Power at the Columbus Statehouse and in Othello
Jane Hwang Degenhardt, Between Shakespeare, the World, and Me
Henry Turner, Pragmatism, Race, and the Collective Subject in Shakespeare’s Comedy of Errors
Mira Assaf Kafantaris, Meghan Markle, Good English Housewife
Meghan E. Hall, Allies and Friends: The Women’s March and Alice Curwen’s Quaker Testimonial
Elisa Oh, To Encounter the Muse
Leighla Khansari, “Letter Boxes:” On Muslim Women and Inconstancy in the Early Modern Period
Emily Lathrop, Teaching and Taming: On Bianca in The Taming of the Shrew and #MeToo
Kirsten Mendoza, A Pre-Colonial Take on the 2018 Filipino Pro-Woman Bill
Issue 2

Leigh-Michil George, How It Feels to Be Colored Me in the Long 18th C
Claire McEachern, The Conscience of an English Major
Andrew Strombeck, The Machine, the Garden, and the Hollow
Anonymous, I Am Part of the Resistance Inside the V21 Manifesto
Lucia Whalen, Snooki Wrote That Op-Ed
Jessica Roberson, DIY Claude Glasses
Matthew M. Reeve, Living in the New, New Middle Ages
Matthew Rigilano, Insensibly Led
Lillian Lu, “Indelible in the Hippocampus”
Corey Goergen, Liking Beer
Issue 1

Emily Hodgson Anderson, Shadow Work
Vincent Haddad, Destroy: Frankenstein for the BLM Movement
Lona Manning, Lit-Fic-Rev-Engine
Judith Pascoe, Happy Birthday to Emily Brontë, A Very Nasty Woman
Tita Chico, Books I'd Like to Write!
Caroline Hovanec, Immigrant Birds
Angelina Del Balzo, Outlander: Making Scotland Great Again?
Meredith Wallis, After Dark in the Playing Fields

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