New Worlds vs. Old: Discovery, Discourse & Rediscovery in the 18th Century /
La rencontre de deux mondes : découvertes, discours et redécouvertes au XVIIIe siècle


Canadian Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies / Société canadienne d'étude du dix-huitième siècle
et / and
Atlantic Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies / Société atlantique d'étude du dix-huitième siècle
St. John's, Newfoundland, 14-18 October 1992 / St. John's, Terre-Neuve, 14-18 octobre 1992

Memorial University is pleased to welcome the 19th meeting of the Canadian Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies--now come of age in its 21st year--in conjunction with the Atlantic Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies. 1992 marks the 40th anniversary of the laying of the cornerstone of Memorial University by its first Chancellor, the Right Honourable Viscount Rothermere, on 9 October 1952.

L'Université Memorial a l'honneur d'accueillir les membres du XIXe Congrès de la Société canadienne d'étude du dix-huitième siècle avec la Société atlantique d'étude du dix-huitième siècle. 1992 marque le 40e anniversaire de la fondation de l'Université Memorial par son premier chancelier, le vicomte Rothermere, le 9 octobre 1952.

We are pleased to welcome for the first time members of the Canadian Society for the History of Medicine in a special session funded in part by the Canadian Federation for the Humanities. We wish to acknowledge the kind assistance of the following: the Lieutenant Governor of Newfoundland, the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, the British Council, the President of Memorial University of Newfoundland, the Vice-President (Academic), the Dean of Arts, the School of Graduate Studies, the Department of English Language & Literature, the Department of French & Spanish

Nous sommes heureux d'accueillir pour la première fois les membres de la Société canadienne d'histoire de la médecine dans une séance spéciale financée en partie par la Fédération canadienne des humanités. Nous aimerions remercier de leur soutien le Lieutenant gouverneur de Terre-Neuve, le Conseil de recherches en sciences humaines du Canada, le Conseil britannique, le Président de l'Université Memorial, le Vice-président (académique), le Doyen de la Faculté des lettres, la Faculté des études supérieures, le Département d'anglais et le Département de français et d'espagnol

as well as / et

Sandi Hannaford, Anne Hart, Richard Ellis and Ken Roberts.

We would also like to thank the other members of the Planning and Programme Committee:
Nous aimerions également remercier de leur aide les membres du comité de programmation:

Alex Balisch, William Barker, John Crellin, Tom Evans, Gar Fizzard, Richard Greene, Paul Rice, Linda Vecchi and Frances Wilkshire.

Don Nichol
Conference President
Department of English

Margarete Smith
Conference Vice-President
Department of French

Memorial University of Newfoundland
St. John's, Newfoundland
Canada  A1C 5S7
FAX: (709) 737-4000

The conference is being held in the Hotel Newfoundland.
Le congrès se tiendra à l'Hotel Newfoundland.

Letters for each session correspond to the following rooms:
Les lettres devant chaque séance indiquent les salles suivantes :

A) Garrison Room

B) Signal Room

C) Fort William Room, salon C

D) Fort William Room, salon D

E) Avalon Room

Wednesday 14 October 1992 / Mercredi 14 octobre 1992

2:00-5:00

Registration / Inscription

8:00

CSECS Executive Meeting / SCEDHS : réunion du Bureau

Thursday 15 October 1992 / Jeudi 15 octobre 1992

9:00-10:30

A) Humour & Satire. Chair: William Schipper, Memorial University

Faith Balisch, Memorial University, "Humour in Eighteenth-Century Canadian Periodicals and Newspapers"

Kevin Berland, Pennsylvania State University, "The Lord Lieutenant Demands the Muse: Political Poetry in Dublin, 1745"

John A. Dussinger, University of Illinois, "Gulliver in Japan: Swift's Satire on the Dutch"

B) Pope, Parody & the Female Poet. Chair: Sandi Hannaford, Memorial University

Katherine Quinsey, University of Windsor, "Myth, Parody and the Reader in Pope"

Rick Greene, Memorial University, "Pope, Leapor, and the Characters of Women"

Barbara Darby, Kingston, "Bondage, Status and the Female Poet"

C) Lecture de Diderot. Présidente : Elizabeth Zawisza, Queen's University

Thierry Belleguic, Queen's University, "De l'écrit à l'écran : redécouvrir La Religieuse ou Jacques Rivette lecteur de Diderot"

Clare Matthews, Queen's University, "La découverte du plurilinguisme chez Diderot : une lecture bakhtinienne du Paradoxe sur le comédien"

Daniel J. Maher, Queen's University, "Un fil d'Ariane ? Le récit de l'hôtesse dans Jacques le fataliste"

D) Newfoundland & Labrador in the Eighteenth Century. Chair: Patrick O'Flaherty, Memorial University

Gar Fizzard, Memorial University, "Eighteenth-Century Newfoundland: Laying Societal Foundations"

Marcella Rollmann, Memorial University, "From Herrnhut to Hoffental: Moravian Lexicographic and Linguistic Contributions to Eighteenth-Century Inuktitut"

Michael and Frances Wilkshire, Memorial University, "Alliances and Conflicts on the French Shore: Captain Hamon's Journal, Written in Greenspond in 1770"

E) Re-Examining History. Chair: Alex Balisch, Memorial University

Brian Norman, Gillingham, Kent, UK, "Gibbon at Lausanne"

Ralph Stewart, Acadia University, "Four Kinds of History: Burnet, Wodrow, Walker, and Swift Examine Scottish affairs"

Robert Ginsberg, University of Pennsylvania, "Canada in the American Declaration of Independence"

11:00-12:30

Fort William Room, salon C

Séance plénière

Présidente : Margarete Smith, Memorial University

Roland Bonnel, Dalhousie University, "Sur les rives de l'Ohio : la cité utopique de Lezay-Marnésia"

12:45-1:45

Luncheon Panel Discussion / Déjeuner et débat
Moderators: Richard Greene & Don Nichol, Memorial University
"The Next Eighteenth-Century Anthology: Pedagogical/Publishing concerns"

Demonstration, Information Technology & the Eighteenth Century
Joy Tillotson, Memorial University
"Using Computers to Search the Eighteenth Century"

2:00-3:30

A) The 1790s. Chair: Ken Graham, University of Guelph

Deborah Kennedy, Mount Saint Vincent University, "'The enchanting spell is broken': Williams and the French Revolution, 1792-93"

Eleanor Ty, Wilfrid Laurier University, "Abjection and the Necessity of the Other: Jane West and the Construction of Feminine Ideals"

Vivien Jones, University of Leeds, "Libertines and 'Rational Creatures': Radical Women's Fiction in the 1790s"

B) Samuel Richardson. Chair: Stella Algoo-Baksh, Memorial University

Brigitte Glaser, McMaster University, "'I fear you as much as I love you': The Problematization of Friendship in Samuel Richardson's Clarissa"

Ron Curtis, Memorial University, "Masters of Metamorphoses: The Ironies of Disguise in Samuel Richardson's Clarissa"

Stephanie Fysh, University of Toronto, "Samuel Richardson's Apprentice's Vade Mecum and Labour Conditions in the British Printing Industry"

C) Le théâtre du XVIIIe siècle. Présidente: Frances Wilkshire, Memorial University

Romira M. Worvill, Acadia University, "Aristote redécouvert : l'importance de la traduction de la 'Poétique' faite par André Dacier dans l'élaboration de la nouvelle esthétique du théâtre du XVIIIe siècle"

Georges-L. Bérubé, Collège universitaire Atkinson, Université York, "Le personnage de Philoctète dans l'OEdipe de Voltaire : un signe avant-coureur"

D.H. Jory, University of New Brunswick, "Time in Voltaire's Tragedies"

D) Law in the Restoration & Eighteenth Century. Chair: Gar Fizzard, Memorial University

Gerald Bannister, University of Toronto, "Assessing the Bloody Code: Movements toward 'Reform' of the English Criminal Law, 1748-52"

Greg T. Smith, University of Toronto, "The Royal Pardon and the Language of Social Order, 1760-65"

Thomas W. Evans, Memorial University, "Attitude to the Law and Lawyers in Restoration England"

E) Sea Journals & Seafaring. Chair: C. McKee, Grinnell College, Iowa

Daniel Vickers, Memorial University, "Beyond Jack Tar: Early American Seafaring Reconsidered"

Vince Walsh, Memorial University, "The Sailor Home from the Sea: Shipmasters and Retirement from the Sea in Early New England"

Paula C. Schiller, University of Chicago, "'One of the most secret men in the world': Self-Revelation in the Sea Journal of Pepys's Patron, Edward Mountagu, First Earl of Sandwich"

4:00-5:30

A) Samuel Johnson: politics & style. Chair: Ronald Rompkey, Memorial University

Patrick O'Flaherty, Memorial University, "Samuel Johnson's Politics Reconsidered (Again)"

William Kinsley, Université de Montréal, "A Fable for Johnsonians"

Deborah McLeod, University of Alberta, "The Female Quixote and Samuel Johnson: A Statistical Analysis of Style"

B) Haywood & Lennox: Gender Studies. Chair: Roberta Buchanan, Memorial University

David Oakleaf, University of Calgary, "Eliza Haywood's Love in Excess"

Earla A. Wilputte, St. Francis Xavier University, "'Female' Writing, Discourse and the Feminine Construct: Fielding's use of Eliza Haywood"

David McNeil, Dalhousie University, "Charlotte Lennox's Fictionalization of New York: Gender, Curiosity and Colonial Venture"

C) Éditions, réception et discours. Président: John Hare, Memorial University

Benoît Melançon, Université de Montréal, "Bougainville au Canada : remarques sur la correspondance"

David W. Smith, Victoria College, University of Toronto, "Mme de Graffigny's Short Stories: Composition and Publication"

Vera Grayson, University of Toronto, "Rediscovery Through Discourse in Mme de Graffigny's Lettres d'une Péruvienne"

D) Bentham, More & Priestley. Chair: Paul Wood, University of Victoria

Peter Babiak, York University, "Utilitarian Promises of Security: The Aporetic Structure of Civil Law in Jeremy Bentham's Anarchical Fallacies"

Liang Wenqi, Dalhousie University, "Luxury and Utilitarianism: A Reinterpretation of Hannah More's Works"

Elizabeth Ballantyne, McMaster University, "More's Conservatism and the Practice of Benevolence"

Rob Alexander, McMaster University, "'The Language of the Naked Facts': Joseph Priestley and the Apocalypse of Language"

E) Neglected Texts. Chair: Richard Ilgner, Memorial University

Mary Buteyn, Queen's University, "Die Leiden des jungen Goethes: Love and Friendship in Goethe's Letters to Behrisch"

Monika Holzschuh-Sator, Queen's University, "Gottsched's Criticism of Seneca and Lessing's Essay of 1754: Agreement and Disagreement"

David G. John, University of Waterloo, "The Headdress, or The Battle of Canada as a Reflection of the Mohawk Nation"

6:00-7:00

Lieutenant-Governor's Reception, Government House / Réception à la résidence du Lieutenant gouverneur
Military Road

Friday 16 October 1992 / Vendredi 16 octobre 1992

A) Wollstonecraft Revindicated. Chair: Susan Drodge, Memorial University

Claire Grogan, University of Calgary, "A Vindication of Mary Wollstonecraft"

Rowland Marshall, Saint Mary's University, "William Blake and the Rights of Women"

Philippa Schmiegelow, York University, "Mary Wollstonecraft: A Vindication"

B) Poetry: Extended Influences. Chair: Linda Vecchi, Memorial University

Mark McDayter, University of Toronto, "Poetic Gardens and Political Myths: Edmund Waller and St. James' Park in the Restoration"

John D. Baird, Victoria College, University of Toronto, "Shaftesbury Among the Poets: Akenside and John Gilbert Cooper"

Patrick Toner, Carleton University, "Dialogues of Anti-Discovery: The Rising and Falling Villages of the Olivers Goldsmith"

C) Femme et littérature. Présidente: Marie Laure Girou Swiderski, Université d'Ottawa

Marie-France Silver, Université York, "Adèle de Sénange (1794) et sa réception"

Sigyn Minier, University of Montana, "La perfection à en mourir : Mme de Charrière et le mariage"

Alex Sokalski, University of Saskatchewan, "Madame Du Noyer, the Abbé de Bucquoy and the Birth of a Narration"

D) Medical Care & Natural History (in association with the Canadian Society for the History of Medicine). Chair: Brian Payton, Memorial University

Renate Wilson, Johns Hopkins University, "The Halle Orphanage Medications and the German Pietist Clergy in British North America, 1740-1800"

John Crellin, John Clinch Professor of History of Medicine, Memorial University, "Smallpox and Fever Treatment in the Eighteenth Century"

K.B. Roberts, Memorial University, "'A faithful narrative of fact': Russell's The natural history of Aleppo..., 1756 and 1794"

E) Hymns & the New World. Chair: Stephen Cloutier, Memorial University

Gavin Matthews, Central Newfoundland Community College, "'Waken from your sleep': The Nova Scotian Influence on Henry Alline's Hymns and Spiritual Songs"

Margaret Duggan, South Dakota State University, "The New World a Paradise Regained? Probably Not"

Hans Rollmann, Memorial University, "'You Never Learned, Either From my Conversation or Preaching or Writings, that "Holiness Consisted in a Flow of Joy"' (Wesley): Laurence Coughlan, Thomas Maxfield and the birth of Newfoundland Methodism from enthusiasm"

11:00-12:30

Fort William Room, salon C

Plenary Speaker, introduced by Anne Hart, Memorial University

Isobel Grundy, Henry Marshall Tory Professor, University of Alberta, Edmonton, "Medical Advance and Female Fame: Inoculation and its After-Effects"

12:45-1:45

Panel/table ronde, moderators/présidents
Richard Davies, Acadia University, & Keli Jo Healey, Memorial University

"Who Will be Teaching the 18th Century in the 21st?: The Plight of graduate students" / "Qui enseignera le XVIIIe siècle au XXIe siècle ? Le manque de diplômés".

2:00-3:30

A) Bibliophily: Almanacs, Bindings & Layout. Chair: George Story, Memorial University

Robin Myers, Stationers' Hall, London, UK, "Low Reading and High Finance: Almanacs, Readers and the Stationers' Company in the Eighteenth Century"

Diana Patterson, Mount Royal College, "'The papilliotes from off her hair': Some Discoveries about Waste Paper Bindings"

Jane V. Curran, Dalhousie University, "Wieland's Textual Presentation"

B) Cook & Cannibalism. Chair: Michael Staveley, Dean of Arts, Memorial University

Jay Macpherson, Victoria College, University of Toronto, "Swift's Very Knowing American"

Noel Elizabeth Currie, Vancouver, "Cook and the Cannibals: Nootka Sound, 1778"

Carol Percy, University of Toronto, "Something like a Quale: Captain Cook's Comparisons in like"

C) Le pouvoir de l'imprimé et l'orthographe révolutionnaire. Président: Benoît Melançon, Université de Montréal

Alain Nabarra, Lakehead University, "L'imprimé en otage : statut, nature et pouvoir de l'imprimé dans les colonies françaises avant 1789"

Nancy Senior, University of Saskatchewan, "L'art de parler e d'ecrire corecteman an fransé, ou l'orthographe révolutionnaire"

D) Discovering the Body (in the closet). Chair: David Stewart, West Virginia University

Michael T. Cartwright, McGill University, "The Body's Maps: Anatomical and Geographical Representation in Eighteenth-Century France and Britain"

Kim Ian Michasiw, York University, "Richard Payne Knight Discovers the Body (or part of it)"

Steven Bruhm, Bishop's University, "Roderick Random's Closet"

E) Forms of Perception in German Writings. Chair: Christa Fell, Queen's University

Elizabeth Calkin, Queen's University, "From the Eye to the Idea: Winckelmann's Understanding of Nachahmung and Schönheit"

Anette Guse, Queen's University, "Beyond Mere Education: Sophie La Roche's Geschichte des Fräulein von Sternheim as an Unrecognized Bildungsroman"

Karin Thomeier, Queen's University, "The Demonic and the Irrational: Alchemy and Number Mysticism in the Eighteenth Century and Some Reflections in Modern Literature"

Friday / Vendredi

4:00-5:30

A) Jane Austen Revisited. Chair: Averil Gardner, Memorial University

R.S. Krishnan, North Dakota State University, "Aesthetic (dis)Unity in Northanger Abbey"

Barbara K. Seeber, Queen's University, "The 'Other' Heroine in Sense and Sensibility and Emma"

Kathleen James-Cavan, University of Saskatchewan, "Authenticating Plagiaries: The Completions of Jane Austen's The Watsons and Sanditon"

B) Editing & Publishing. Chair: Peter Seary, New College, University of Toronto

Elizabeth McGrath, Memorial University, "Editing Eighteenth-Century Anecdotes"

Katherine N. West, University of Toronto, "The Treatment of Johnson's Shakespeare by Modern Editors: The Case of Henry V"

Michael F. Suarez, S.J., Weston School of Theology and Campion Hall, Oxford, "Dodsley's Collection of Poems and the Politics of Literary Reputation"

Ken Graham, University of Guelph, "Creative Variants in William Beckford's Portuguese Narratives"

C) J.-J. Rousseau. Président: Michael Wilkshire, Memorial University

Laurent Lavoie, University College of Cape Breton, "La correspondance de Jean-Jacques Rousseau : ses amis correspondants"

Jean-Marc Lemelin, Memorial University, "Derrida et Rousseau : oralité et textualité"

Peter Harris, Memorial University, "Rousseau: The Myth of 'Natural Man'?"

D) Religion & the Slave Trade. Chair: Gavin Matthews, Central Newfoundland Community College

Arthur Sheps, University of Toronto, "The Limits of Toleration in Late Eighteenth-Century England: Unitarianism, Materialism and the Suspicion of Atheism"

Garry Retzleff, Bishop's University, "Popery and Paganism: Comparative Religion in Eighteenth-Century British Travel Literature"

D.L. Macdonald, University of Calgary, "Chattel, Serf, Child: The Image of the Slave in the Works of Matthew Gregory Lewis"

James Dybikowski, University of British Columbia, "Pressure Group Collaboration: Lessons from the International Campaign to Abolish the Slave Trade"

E) Music. Chair: Paul Rice, Memorial University

David P. Schroeder, Dalhousie University, "Leopold Mozart's Projected Biography of his Famous Son"

Glen B. Carruthers, Lakehead University, "Strangeness and Beauty: The Opening Measure of Mozart's Symphony in G minor, K. 550"

John D. Eby, Bishop's University, "Was there a Requiem Mass Composed for Louis XV?"

7:00-8:00

Reception hosted by / Accueil de Michael Staveley
Dean of Arts / Doyen de la Faculté des lettres, Memorial University, Arts Extension, 5th floor

8:00-9:00

Ken Roberts, "Anatomical Atlases / Planches anatomiques"
Centre for Newfoundland Studies / Centre d'études terre-neuviennes

9:00-10:00

Recital / Récital
Memorial University School of Music

Saturday 17 October 1992 / Samedi 17 octobre 1992

9:00-10:30

A) Rediscovering Defoe I. Chair: Robert Merrett, University of Alberta, Edmonton

David Blewett, McMaster University, "French and English Perceptions of Robinson Crusoe: The Evidence from Illustrated Editions"

Nicky Didicher, University of Toronto, Erindale, "Out of Odour with God: The Visitations of Defoe and Camus"

Fred Murphy, Memorial University, "Moll Flanders' Contract for the Good Life"

B) Transported Selves. Chair: Anne Furlong, Memorial University

Marc Redfield, Claremont Graduate School, "Travel, Transport and the Eighteenth-Century Sublime"

Anne Williams, University of Toronto, "The Sentimental Traveller: On Sentimental and Picturesque Tourists"

Christine A. Thibaudier Ness, Cornwall, PEI, "Beyond the Element and the Principle: A Reassessment of the Virtues of Water in the Novels of Tobias Smollett"

C) Voltaire. Président: Michael Cartwright, McGill University

Helen Heller, Brescia College, "Voltaire's Discovery of India and the Princesse de Babylone"

Eric Annandale, University of Manitoba, "New Worlds in Some of Voltaire's Fictional Works: Neither Here nor There"

Vivien Bosley, University of Alberta, "From Page to Stage: The Huron Takes his Bow"

Jim MacLean, Memorial University, "Voltaire et les anabaptistes"

D) Law & crime. Chair: Tom Evans, Memorial University

Miriam Jones, York University, "Ballads and Broadsides: Female Criminality as Normative Discourse in Eighteenth-Century English Popular Culture"

Douglas Gessell, McMaster University, "'Extraordinary cases in the books': Law as Representation of Community in Joseph Andrews"

George C. McElroy, Chicago, "Burke and the Law"

E) Dramas of the Young Schiller. Chair: Alison Scott-Prelorentzos, University of Alberta, Edmonton

David Pugh, Queen's University, "Schiller as Psychologist : The Case of Karl Moor"

Burkhard Henke, University of California, Irvine, "Franz Moor, Edmund and the Tale of Machiavelli"

Stefan Rehm, Queen's University, "Secrecy in Schiller's Don Carlos"

11:00-12:30

Fort William Room, salon C

Plenary Speaker, introduced by Don Nichol, Memorial University

Pat Rogers, DeBartolo Professor, University of South Florida, Tampa, "The Text of Great Britain: Defoe and the Discourse of Tourism"

2:00-3:30

A) Rediscovering Defoe II. Chair: David Blewett, McMaster University

Robert Merrett, University of Alberta, Edmonton, "Defoe's Biblical Allusiveness and Narrative Experimentation"

Betty A. Schellenberg, Simon Fraser University, "Discovering the Nation in Defoe's A Tour of... Great Britain"

Cameron McFarlane, University of Western Ontario, "Reading Crusoe Reading Providence"

B) Scots. Chair: Michael F. Suarez, S.J., Weston School of Theology & Campion Hall, Oxford

April London, University of Ottawa, "Pastoral Visions: Mackenzie's The Man of Feeling"

Paul Wood, University of Victoria, "Natural Law, Moral Philosophy, and Scientism in the Scottish Enlightenment"

Colby H. Kullman, University of Mississippi, "Boswell's Incredible Gall: Impudent Scoundrel, Performing Egotist, Investigative Reporter, or Candid Friend?"

C) La découverte de nouvelles Lumières. Présidente: Marie-France Silver, Université York

Elizabeth Zawisza, Queen's University, "Quand les Lumières partent à la découverte de la femme"

Santé A. Viselli, University of Winnipeg, "Les signes négatifs de la découverte chez Montesquieu"

Magdy Gabriel Badir, University of Alberta, Edmonton, "Un imitateur de Fontenelle : Rémond de Saint-Mard"

D) Canada in the Eighteenth Century. Chair: Valerie Legge, Memorial University

D.M.R. Bentley, University of Western Ontario, "Pioneer Picturesque and Settler Sublime: Canadian Transformations of Eighteenth-Century Aesthetics"

Dennis Denisoff, McGill University, "Accounting for One's Self: The Business of Alterity in Hearne and Fidler's Journals"

Barry Hoffmaster, University of Western Ontario, "Changing Conceptions of the Morality of Land Speculation"

E) Philosophy. Chair: Pauline Phemister, University of Nebraska, Lincoln

David Raynor, University of Ottawa, "Hume's Intellectual Discoveries during his First Sojourn in France"

Peter Loptson, University of Saskatchewan, "The First and Second Editions of Kant's Critique: Some Philosophical Differences"

Paul G. Meagher, Royal Military College, Kingston, "Vauvenargues' Quest for a New Moral Philosophy"

4:00-5:30

A) Proprieties & Improprieties. Chair: Stephanie Fysh, University of Toronto

Jean Coates Cleary, University of Victoria, "'The Fervency Suited to Wedded Love' and the Reserved Embrace: The Female Conduct Books on Sex"

Robert P. Eggleston, Queen's University, "Are You a Member?: The Middle-Class Man and the Golden Mean in John Cleland's Memoirs of a Woman of Pleasure"

Annibel Jenkins, Georgia Institute of Technology, "The Philosopher and the Ladies: William Godwin Seduced and Scorned"

Rhoda Zuk, Mount Saint Vincent University, "Pornographic Texts as Pedagogy: or, as the lady said, 'These taught you what to think, and I to act.'"

B) Burney & Biography. Chair: Barbara Rose, Memorial University

Louise Slater, Queen's University, "'Miss Burney, die tonight!': Burke, de Sade, and the Spectacle of the Suffering Woman in The Wanderer"

Peter Sabor, Queen's University, "The Rediscovery of Frances Burney's Plays"

Jeanne Wood, York University, "'Letter'd nymphs their knowledge may abuse': The Subject in Eighteenth-Century Biographies of Women"

Lyndsay A. Lock, McMaster University, "Pushing the Limits: Truth and Fiction in Restoration Memoir"

C) Mathematics & Philosophy. Chair: John Scott, Memorial University

Pauline Phemister, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, "An Animist Interpretation of Leibniz's Monads"

Siegfried Thomeier, Memorial University, "Mathematics in the Late Eighteenth Century: The Early Work of Gauss and its Importance for the Further Development of Mathematics and Science"

Thomas R. Cleary, University of Victoria, "The Ellipses of Kepler, the Ovals of Bernini and the Trials of Sir Christopher Wren"

D) Ornament, Illustration & Marketplace. Chair: William Barker, Memorial University

Carol Gibson-Wood, University of Victoria, "Raphael's Status as an Honorary Englishman in the Eighteenth Century"

Hans-Günther Schwarz, Dalhousie University, "The Ornament in the Eighteenth Century"

Anne L. Schroder, Harn Museum of Art, University of Florida, "The Painter-Illustrator in Eighteenth-Century French Book Publishing: Issues in the Production of Fragonard's Illustrations for La Fontaine's Contes et nouvelles and the Perils of the Subscription Market"

David Stewart, West Virginia University, "Preface to Lyrical Ballads and the Marketplace"

E) Music. Chair: Maureen Volk, Memorial University

Gordana Lazarevich, University of Victoria, "Beyond Commedia dell'arte: Satire and Caricature in the Mid-Eighteenth-Century Italian Comic Musical Theatre"

Patricia Debly, Brock University, "Haydn and his Revision of his Opera Acide"

Paul Rice, Memorial University, "Rameau's Overtures"

7:00

Banquet

Sunday 18 OCTOBER / Dimanche 18 octobre 1992

Annual General Meeting / Assemblée générale