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Somatostatin (SRIF) receptors (sst) are present on normal pancreatic endocrine β-cells. However, the use of SRIF analogs in the scintigraphic imaging of insulinomas and in the medical management of these tumors seems to be restricted to a subgroup of patients. The aim of this study was to determine the prevalence of sst expression in vitro and characterize sst subtype binding in insulinomas and its correlation with in vivo sst receptor scintigraphy (SRS). In vitro studies were performed on 27 insulinomas from 25 patients: 22 with benign and three with malignant tumors. Semiquantitative RT-PCR of sst mRNAs was performed for 20 of these insulinomas. Sst2 and sst5 were expressed in 70%, sst1 in 50%, and sst3 and sst4 subtypes only in 15–20% of the tumors. 125I-Tyr0DTrp8SRIF14 binding was assessed by quantitative autoradiography in 18 insulinomas, and competition experiments were performed with SRIF14 and L797–591, L779–976, L796–778, L803–087, L817–818, selective agonists of the five sst subtypes, and BIM23244, a selective agonist of sst2 and sst5. Significant specific binding was observed in 72% of the insulinomas. Displacement experiments with ligands of higher affinity for each of the sst receptors revealed significant binding with the sst2 and sst5 ligands in 72%, sst3 in 44%, sst1 in 44%, and sst4 in 28% of cases. All insulinomas displaying sst2 binding were also sst5 sensitive. However, the ratio of sst5/sst2 displacement was variable and only equal to that for SRIF14 in experiments with the sst2/sst5 agonist BIM23244. SRS was performed 10 times in nine patients; it detected 60% of the tumors, including metastases of a malignant insulinoma. All the tumors detected by SRS displayed high levels of 125I-Tyr0DTrp8SRIF14 binding. The mechanisms underlying the loss of expression of sst2/sst5 in a third of insulinomas remains to be determined, but this loss of expression may be involved in β-cell dysfunction.

SOMATOSTATIN (SRIF) EXERTS a wide variety of biological actions through five receptor subtypes (sst1 to 5) (1, 2). SRIF strongly inhibits the secretion of many hormones, including GH, gastrin, glucagon, and insulin. It also plays a role in cell proliferation. For this reason, SRIF analogs are effective in the treatment of various secreting endocrine tumors, such as GH adenomas and digestive endocrine tumors. SRIF receptor scintigraphy (SRS) is also used for the in vivo detection of primary and secondary neuroendocrine tumors, such as carcinoid tumors and gastrinomas (3, 4). The SRIF analogs currently used to treat and detect neuroendocrine tumors (octreotide, BIM23014, and RC160) preferentially bind sst2 and, to a lesser extent, sst5 (1). The clinical use of SRIF analogs is based on the expression of sst in such tumors. Various observations suggest that sst2 expression is required for a good response to SRIF analogs.

Insulinoma is a rare endocrine tumor with an estimated incidence of four cases per 1 million person-years (5). The main clinical manifestation is hypoglycemia secondary to inappropriate insulin hypersecretion and, in a minority (10–20%) of cases, tumoral progression due to malignant transformation. Multiple insulinomas are observed in about 10% of cases, usually in patients presenting multiple endocrine neoplasia type 1 (MEN1). Preoperative localization of the insulinoma is often difficult if the tumor is small; about one third of insulinomas are less than 10 mm in diameter (6). SRIF analogs have been used to treat insulinoma because SRIF inhibits insulin secretion (7, 8). However, treatment does not always correct hypoglycemia, and the level of inhibition of insulin secretion by the SRIF analogs currently used is not constant (9–13). Consistent with this inadequate improvement in endocrine symptoms with treatment, SRS is considered not to be sensitive enough for the in vivo visualization of insulinoma (3, 6).

Normal pancreatic β-cells express SRIF receptors. The inhibition of insulin secretion seems to be primarily mediated by sst5 in rodents (14, 15). In humans, limited, conflicting data have been obtained, with roles suggested for both sst2 (16, 17) and sst5 (18, 19). In one study, sst2-selective analogs failed to inhibit insulin release in isolated human islets (19). Characterization of sst expression has been carried out for a limited number of insulinomas. Autoradiographic studies have demonstrated the presence of SRIF binding sites in human insulinomas but sst subtypes have not been characterized (20). RT-PCR studies on a small number of tumors have suggested that mRNAs for all five SRIF receptor subtypes are present in insulinomas (21–23). In situ hybridization studies have confirmed the presence of sst1 and sst3 (24), but the results of such studies were not entirely consistent. The goal of this study was therefore to characterize expression of the five sst subtypes in a large series of insulinomas by determining the levels of both mRNA and protein for these subtypes. We determined mRNA levels by semiquantitative RT-PCR and protein levels by 125I-Tyr0DTrp8SRIF14 autoradiographic binding and competition studies with analogs selective for each of the five sst receptor subtypes. We also evaluated the correlation between in vitro and in vivo SRIF binding in a subgroup of patients.

Patients and Methods


Ten SRS examinations were carried out in nine patients; one of the nine patients had a malignant tumor and was explored twice (at diagnosis and during follow-up). SRS was performed after iv injection of 160 MBq 111In-pentetreotide (Octreoscan, Mallinckrodt Medical, Petten, The Netherlands). Anterior and posterior planar views centered on head and chest, abdomen, and pelvis were obtained 4 and 24 h after injection (each with a 20-min acquisition period). Abdominal single-photon emission-computerized tomography (SPECT) was performed 24 h after injection (64 projections for 40 sec each over 360 degrees, the projection data sets were prefiltered in a 64 × 64 matrix with a Hanning filter). The patient was given a laxative preparation to reduce background intestinal activity. Images were obtained with a large field of view dual-head γ camera equipped with a medium-energy collimator (DST-XL, GE Medical Systems, Buc, France). All SRS images were analyzed by two nuclear medicine specialists. Their assessments were based on the following criteria: number, location, and intensity of uptake, scored on a three-point scale (1, intensity less than that in the liver; 2, intensity equal to that in the liver; 3, intensity more than that in the liver).

Tissue collection

Pancreatic tissues were obtained during surgery in the operating theater. They were immediately dissected by the pathologist, frozen, and stored in liquid nitrogen until use. Twenty-seven insulinomas from 25 patients were included in the study: 20 benign sporadic insulinomas, one benign insulinoma from a MEN1 patient, one benign multiple insulinoma from a non-MEN1 patient, and three primary malignant insulinomas and two of their metastases.

SRIF binding study by autoradiography

For SRIF receptor autoradiography, Tyr0DTrp8SRIF14 (Peninsula Laboratories, Meyerside, UK) was iodinated as previously described (25) and used at a specific activity of 780 Ci/mmol. Sections (14 μm) were cut on a cryostat at −17 C, thaw mounted onto 2% gelatin-coated slides and stored at −20 C until use. Sections were incubated for 20 min at room temperature in 32 mm sucrose and 0.5% BSA in 50 mm Tris HCl buffer, pH 7.5 (26). They were then incubated for 1 h at room temperature with 125I-Tyr0DTrp8SRIF14 in the same isotonic buffer supplemented with 5 mg/liter bacitracin and 5 mm MgCl2. The sections were washed for 10 min each at 4 C in two consecutive baths of fresh buffer and were then air dried. [3H]-Ultrofilm (Pharmacia, Uppsala, Sweden) was placed against the radiolabeled sections, and autoradiographs were developed after 2–5 d of exposure at 4 C. For competition experiments, sections were incubated for 1 h at room temperature with 125I-Tyr0DTrp8SRIF14 in the presence of various concentrations of SRIF14; octreotide; the sst1- (L-797–591), sst2- (L-779–976), sst3- (L-796–778), sst4- (L-803–087), and sst5- (L-817–818)-selective analogs (14, 27); sst5 analog BIM 82096; and sst2/5 analog (BIM-23244, Biomeasure, Rahway, NJ). Autoradiographic quantification and displacement curve analysis were performed as previously described (28, 29).

Semiquantitative RT-PCR

Total mRNA was extracted with the SNAP Total RNA isolation kit (Invitrogen, Groningen, The Netherlands), using two nucleic acid column purification steps, with extensive DNase treatment to prevent DNA contamination. Reverse transcription was performed with the cDNA cycle kit (Invitrogen). The resulting cDNA was amplified by PCR, using the Dynazyme II DNA polymerase (Finnzymes Oy, Espoo, Finland). The PCR cycling conditions were as follows: 29 cycles of 94 C for 1 min, 55–60 C for 2 min, and 72 C for 2 min. As a negative control for the RT-PCR reaction, reverse transcriptase was omitted from the reverse transcription reaction mixture. Because the human sst genes are intronless, 500 ng of genomic human DNA was used as a positive control in each experiment. We added 1 μl dATPαP32 (3000 Ci/mmol) to each 25-μl PCR mixture. The following synthetic oligonucleotides (Life Technologies, Rockville, MD) were used: glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate dehydrogenase, sense, GCC ACA TCG CTC AGA CCA, antisense, GTC AAG GCT GAG AAC GGG AA; sst1, sense, GCT GAG CAG GAC GAC GCC ACG, antisense, GGA CTC CAG GTT CTC AGG TTG; sst 2, sense, ccc cag ccc tta aag gca tgt, antisense, ggt ctc cat tga gga gggtcc; sst 3, sense, atc atc ggt gtc cac gac ctc a, antisense, gaa ctg gtt gat gcc atc cac c; sst 4, sense, gca tgg tcg cta tcc agt gca, antisense, gtg aga cag aag acg ctg gtg; sst 5, sense, aac acg ctg gtc atc tac gtg gt, antisense, aga cac tgg tga act ggt tga c. PCR products were subjected to electrophoresis in a nondenaturing 5% polyacrylamide (19:1 acrylamide:bisacrylamide) gel. Signals were detected and analyzed with a PhosphorImager and ImageQuant 3.0 (Molecular Dynamics, Sunnyvale, CA).


RT-PCR study

Twenty insulinomas were studied by RT-PCR. The sst1 mRNA was detected in 50%, and sst2 and sst5 mRNAs were detected in 70% of the tumors, whereas sst3 and sst4 mRNAs were observed in no more than 20% of the insulinomas (Fig. 1).

Fig. 1.

RT-PCR study of the five somatostatin receptors (sst). PhosphorImager detection of the radioactive signal obtained after semiquantitative RT-PCR performed with an oligonucleotide specific for glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate dehydrogenase used as an internal control and oligonucleotides specific for sst subtypes 1–5. P, Positive control; N, negative control (see Patients and Methods).

Fig. 1.

RT-PCR study of the five somatostatin receptors (sst). PhosphorImager detection of the radioactive signal obtained after semiquantitative RT-PCR performed with an oligonucleotide specific for glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate dehydrogenase used as an internal control and oligonucleotides specific for sst subtypes 1–5. P, Positive control; N, negative control (see Patients and Methods).

Autoradiographic study

We studied 18 insulinomas (Fig. 2). Significant specific 125I-Tyr0DTrp8SRIF14 binding was detected in 13 of 18 cases (72%) (Fig. 3). When measurable, 125I-Tyr0DTrp8SRIF14 binding was fairly uniform in tumor samples. In competition experiments with selective ligands, used at a maximal concentration of 1 μm, a modest displacement was observed with SRIF-2-selective ligands (sst1 and sst4): 44% of tumors with the sst1 ligand (L-797–591) and 28% of tumors with the sst4 ligand (L-803–087) showed displacement (Fig. 3). A higher level of displacement was observed for the SRIF-1 ligands (sst2, sst3 and sst5): 72% of tumors with the sst2 (L-779–976) and sst5 (L-817–818) ligands but only 44% of tumors with the sst3 ligand (L-796–778) showed displacement. All insulinomas sensitive to the sst2 agonist were also displaced by the sst5 ligand. However, the ratio of sst2:sst5 displacement differed between tumors. Complete displacement curves were generated for the insulinomas displaying the highest levels of 125I-Tyr0DTrp8SRIF14 binding (Fig. 4). The IC50 values calculated from these competition curves were: 1.75 ± 0.56 nm for SRIF14; 5.45 ± 1.57 nm for octreotide; 6.48 ± 6.04 nm for L-779–976 (sst2); 1088 ± 891 nm for L-796–778 (sst3); and 16.20 ± 10.1 nm for L-817–818 (sst5). Due to the limited amount of competition observed, we were unable to determine the IC50 values for L-797–591 (sst1) and L-803–087 (sst4). The level of displacement achieved with increasing amounts of the sst2/sst5 ligand BIM-23244 was similar to that with SRIF14: The calculated IC50 was 1.04 ± 0.30 nm. Bmax, expressed as the percentage of displacement of the specific binding determined with SRIF14, was: 64.4 ± 1.2% for octreotide, 63.7 ± 5.7% for L-779–976 (sst2), 46.3 ± 7.8% for L-796–778 (sst3), 39.3 ± 8.0% for L-817–878 (sst5), and 92.0 ± 7% with the sst2/5 ligand BIM-23244. Given the poor affinity of the sst3 selective analog, the displacement obtained may be accounted for by the affinity of this compound for sst5 receptors [24 nm for sst3 and 1200 nm for sst5 (14)].

Fig. 2.

Contents of past issues:

Volume 1, Number 1 - Winter 1966
   Minutes of the first MLA Conference of early American literature scholars
   Notes & Queries
   Work in Progress
   Dissertations in Progress
   Advisory Board Notes
   J.A. Leo Lemay - “Seventeenth Century American Poetry: A Bibliography of the Scholarship, 1943 to 1966”

Volume 1, Number 2 - Summer 1966
   A Note from the Editor’s Desk
   Work in Progress
   News & Notes
   Dissertations in Progress
   Sacvan Bercovitch - “Hilda’s ‘Seven-Branched Allegory’: An Echo from Cotton Mather in The Marble Faun
   Jack B. Moore - “Black Humor in an Early American Short Story”
   New Members

Volume 1, Number 3 - Winter 1966-67
   A Note from the Editor’s Desk
   Harrison T. Meserole - “‘Come dry-Brained Marble eyed Porticks:’ James Allen and Francis Quarles, 1679”
   William J. Free - “A Lost American Critical Document”
   Ann Stanford - “Ane Bradstreet’s Portrait of Sir Philip Sidney”
   J.A. Leo Lemay - “Additions to ‘Seventeenth-Century American Poetry: A Bibliography of the Scholarship, 1943 to 1966’”

Volume 2, Number 1 - Spring 1967
   J. Philip Goldberg - “Some Conjecture upon John Shippen’s ‘Observations on Novel-Reading’”
   Alyce E. Sands - “Establishing John Saffin’s Birthdate: A Biographical and Historical Problem”
   Everett H. Emerson - “Captain John Smith, Autobiographer”

Volume 2, Number 2 - Fall 1967
   Thomas E. Johnston - “A Translation of Cotton Mather’s Spanish Works: La Fe del Christiano and La Religion Pura
   R. Reed Sanderlin - “A Variant Version of ‘The Child of Snow’”

Volume 2, Number 3 - Winter 1967
   William K. Bottorff and Roy C. Flannagan, Eds. - “The Diary of Frances Baylor Hill of ‘Hillsborough’ King and Queen County Virginia”

Volume 3, Number 1 - Spring 1968
   Norman S. Grabo - “John Cotton’s Aesthetics: A Sketch”
   William K. Bottorff - “Edward Taylor, An Explication: ‘Another Meditation at the Same Time’”
   Robert A. Rees - “Seeds of the Enlightenment: Public Testimony in the New England Congregational Churches, 1630-1750”
   Thomas E. Johnston, Jr. - “John Wise: Early American Political Thinker”

Volume 3, Number 2 - Fall 1968
   Brom Weber - “A Puritan Poem Regenerated: John Saffin’s ‘Sayle Gentle Pinnace’”
   Announcement and Program of the Conference on Early American Literature, MLA meeting, NYC, Dec. 27-29, 1968
   Ursula Brumm - “The ‘Tree of Life’ in Edward Taylor’s Meditations”
   Donald Junkins - “‘Should Stars Wooe Lobster Claws?’: A Study of Edward Taylor’s Poetic Practice and Theory”
   Helen McMahon - “Anne Bradstreet, Jean Bertault, and Dr. Crooke”
   Thomas E. Johnston, Jr. - “A Note on the Voices of Anne Bradstreet, Edward Taylor, Roger Williams, and Philip Pain”
   Joseph M. Garrison, Jr. - “The ‘Worship-Mould’: A Note on Edward Taylor’s Preparatory Meditations

Volume 3, Number 3 - Winter 1968
   Alfred O. Aldridge - “Thomas Paine in Latin-America”
   Michael L. Black - “Bibliographical Problems in Washington Irving’s Early Works”
   Thomas A. Shafer - “Manuscript Problems in the Yale Edition of Jonathan Edwards”
   Kenneth Silverman - “Cotton Mather’s Foreign Correspondence”
   Thomas E. Johnston, Jr. - “Edward Taylor: An American Emblematist”
   Thomas Werge - “The Tree of Life in Edward Taylor’s Poetry: The Sources of a Puritan Image”
   Edward M. Griffin - “The Structure and Language of Taylor’s Meditation 2. 112”

Volume 4, Number 1 - Spring 1969
   William L. Hedges - “Towards a Theory of American Literature, 1765-1800”
   Mason I. Lowance, Jr. - “Typology and the New England Way: Cotton Mather and the Exegesis of Biblical Types”
   Robert D. Arner - “Edward Taylor’s Gaming Imagery: Meditation 1.40”

Volume 4, Number 2 - Fall 1969
   Kennerly M. Woody - “Cotton Mather’s Manuductio Ad Theologiam: The ‘More Quiet and Hopeful Way’”
   Edward H. Cohen - “The Elegies of Ebenezer Cooke”
   James A. Sappenfield - “The Bizarre Death of Daniel Rees and the Continuity of Franklin Criticism”
   Cecelia Tichi - “Thespis and the ‘Carnall Hipocrite’: A Puritan Motive for Aversion to Drama”

Volume 4, Number 3 - Winter 1969
   Karl Keller - “The Example of Edward Taylor”
   Thomas M. Davis - “Edward Taylor and the Traditions of Puritan Typology”
   Sargent Bush, Jr. - “Paradox, Puritanism, and Taylor’s God’s Determinations
   Donald Junkins - “Edward Taylor’s Creative Process”
   Kenneth R. Ball - “Rhetoric in Edward Taylor’s Preparatory Meditations
   James T. Callow - “Edward Taylor Obeys Saint Paul”
   Gerhard T. Alexis - “A Keen Nose for Taylor’s Syntax”
   Kathy Siebel and Thomas M. Davis - “Edward Taylor and the Cleansing of Aqua Vitae
   Charles W. Mignon - “A Principle of Order in Edward Taylor’s Preparatory Meditations

Volume 5, Number 1 - Spring 1970
   Thomas M. Davis - “The Exegetical Traditions of Puritan Typology”
   Stephen Manning - “Typology and the Literary Critic”
   Richard Reinitz - “The Typological Argument for Religious Toleration: The Separatist Tradition and Roger Williams”
   Robert Reiter - “Poetry and Typology: Edward Taylor’s Preparatory Meditations, Second Series, Numbers 1-30”
   Karl Keller - “‘The World Slickt Up in Types’: Edward Taylor as a Version of Emerson”
   Mason I. Lowance, Jr. - “Images of Shadows of Divine Things: The Typology of Jonathan Edwards”
   Sacvan Bercovitch - “Selective Check-List on Typology”

Volume 5, Number 2 - Fall 1970
   Minor W. Major - “William Bradford Versus Thomas Morton”
   William L. Andrews - “Goldsmith and Freneau in ‘The American Village’”
   William D. Andrews - “The Printed Funeral Sermons of Cotton Mather”
   William J. Scheick - “A Viper’s Nest, The Featherbed of Faith: Edward Taylor on the Will”
   Kent Bales, William J. Aull - “Touching Taylor Overly: A Note on ‘Meditation Six’”

Volume 5, Number 3 - Winter 1970
   Robert D. Arner - “The Simple Cobler of Aggawam: Nathaniel Ward and the Rhetoric of Satire”
   Thomas M. Davis - “Edward Taylor’s ‘Occasional Meditations’”
   Edward J. Gallagher - “An Overview of Edward Johnson’s Wonder-working Providence
   Leon Howard - “The Creative Imagination of a College Rebel: Jonathan Edwards’ Undergraduate Writings”
   Eugene L. Huddleston - “Matilda’s ‘On Reading the Poems of Phillis Wheatly, the African Poetess’”
   Frank C. Shuffelton - “Thomas Prince and His Edition of Thomas Hooker’s Poor Doubting Christian
   Julian Mates - “The Dramatic Anchor: Research Opportunities in the American Drama Before 1800”
   Dale Doepke - “A Suggestion for Reading Edward Taylor’s ‘The Preface’”

Volume 6, Number 1 - Spring 1971
   Philip L. Barbour - “The Honorable George Percy: Premier Chronicler of the First Viriginia Voyage”
   Carl R. Dolmetsch - “William Byrd II: Comic Dramatist?”
   Robert A. Bain - “The Composition and Publication of The Present State of Virginia, and the College
   Richard Walser - “Alexander Martin, Poet”
   Julian Mason - “William Vans Murray: The Fancy of a Poet”
   Maurice Duke - “John Taylor of Caroline, 1753-1824: Notes Toward a Bibliography”
   William H. Gilman - Review Essay: “How Should Journals Be Edited?”
   Donald E. Stanford - “Two Notes on Edward Taylor”
   Francis Murphy - “A Letter on Edward Taylor’s Bible”

Volume 6, Number 2 - Fall 1971
   J.A. Leo Lemay - “Rober Bolling and the Bailment of Colonel Chiswell”
   Cecelia Tichi - “The Puritan Historians and their New Jerusalem”
   Robert D. Arner - “Mythology and the May pole of Merrymount: Notes on Thomas Morton’s ‘Rise Oedipus’”
   Leo M. Kaiser - “On the Latin in the Meserole Anthology”
   Carl F. Strauch - Review Essay: “Typology and the American Renaissance”
   Madeline Pecora - “The Date of ‘The Plain Case Stated’”
   Everett Emerson - “Thomas Hooker Materials at the Connecticut Historical Society”

Volume 6, Number 3 - Winter 1971-72
   Kenneth B. Murdock - “Clio in the Wilderness: History and Biography in Puritan New England”
   Christopher Jedrey - “A Bibliography of the Writings of Kenneth Ballard Murdock”
   Campbell Tatham - “Benjamin Franklin, Cotton Mather, and The Outward State”
   Irving N. Rothman - “Two Juvenalian Satires by John Quincy Adams”
   Charles E. Modlin - “Aristocracy in the Early Republic”
   Martin E. Itzkowitz - “Freneau’s ‘Indian Burying Ground’ and Keats’ ‘Grecian Urn’”
   Amberys R. Whittle - “Modern Chivalry: The Frontier as Crucible”
   Thomas and Virginia Davis - “Edward Taylor’s Library: Another Note”
   G. Thomas Tanselle - Review Essay: “Two Editions of Eighteenth-Century Fiction”

Volume 7, Number 1 - Spring 1972
   J.H. Dorenkamp - “The Bay Psalm Book and the Ainsworth Psalter”
   Roger B. Stein - “Seascape and the American Imagination: The Puritan Seventeenth Century”
   Thomas M. Davis - “Edward Taylor’s ‘Valedictory’ Poems”
   Mukhtar Ali Isani - “The Growth of Sewall’s Phaenomena Quaedam Apocalyptica
   Robert D. Arner - “The Smooth and Emblematic Song: Joel Barlow’s The Hasty Pudding
   J.A. Leo Lemay - “A Note on the Canon of Alexander Martin”

Volume 7, Number 2 - Fall 1972
   Richard E. Amacher - “A New Franklin Satire?”
   John F. Collins - “Two Last Poems of Freneau”
   Mukhtar Ali Isani - “Edward Taylor and the ‘Turks’”
   Berta Grattan Lee - “William Bartram: Naturalist or ‘Poet’?”
   Robert D. Arner - “The Short, Happy Life of the Virginia ‘Monitor’”
   John J. Teunissen - “Blockheadism and the Propaganda Plays of the American Revolution”
   David Lyttle - “Jonathan Edwards on Personal Identity”
   Annette Kolodny - “Imagery in the Sermons of Jonathan Edwards”
   M.E. Grenander - “Benjamin Franklin’s String Quartet”
   Lewis P. Simpson - Review Essay: “William Byrd and the South”

Volume 7, Number 3 - Winter 1973
   Karl Keller and David Wilson - Introduction: “Strategies for Americanists”
   Pershing Vartanian - “Cotton Mather and the Puritan Transition into the Enlightenment”
   Joan Hoff Wilson - “Dancing Dogs of the Colonial Period: Women Scientists”
   Vern L. Bullough - “An Early American Sex Manual, or, Aristotle Who?”
   Jean-Pierre Martin - “Edwards’ Epistemology and the New Science”
   Lawrence Lan Sluder - “God in the Background: Edward Taylor as Naturalist”
   Robert M. Benton - “The John Winthrops and Developing Scientific Thought in New England”
   William D. Andrews - “The Literature of the 1727 New England Earthquake”
   William L. Hedges - “Benjamin Rush, Charles Brockden Brown, and the American Plague Year”
   Lewis P. Simpson - “A Tribute to Theodore Hornberger”
   William D. Andrews - “The Writings of Theodore Hornberger”

Volume 8, Number 1 - Spring 1973
   Sargent Bush - “The Growth of Thomas Hooker’s The Poor Doubting Christian
   Ron Loewinsohn - “Jonathan Edwards’ Opticks: Images and Metaphors of Light in Some of his Major Works”
   William D. Andrews - “William Smith and the Rising Glory of America”
   Vincent Freimarck - “Timothy Dwight’s Brief Lives in Travels in New England and New York
   Donald E. Stanford - “Edward Taylor and the ‘Hermophrodite’ Poems of John Cleveland”
   Robert D. Arner - “Nehemiah Walter: Milton’s Earliest American Disciple?”
   J.A. Leo Lemay - Review Essay: “Recent Bibliographies in Early American Literature”

Volume 8, Number 2 - Fall 1973
   Leo M. Kaiser - “Three Hymns Attributed to George Moxon”
   Neil T. Eckstein - “The Pastoral and the Primitive in Benjamin Tompson’s ‘Address to Lord Bellamont’”
   Anne Hildebrand - “Anne Bradstreet’s Quaternions and ‘Contemplations’”
   Jeff Hammond and Thomas M. Davis - “Edward Taylor: A Note on Visual Imagery”
   Gordon E. Slethaug - “Edward Taylor’s Copy of Thomas Taylor’s Types: A New Taylor Document”
   David L. Parker - “Petrus Ramus and the Puritans: The ‘Logic’ of Preparationist Conversion Doctrine”
   Carl Nelson - “A Just Reading of Charles Brockden Brown’s Ormond
   Wendy Martin - “The Rogue and the Rational Man: Hugh Henry Brackenridge’s study of a Con Man in Modern Chivalry
   Joseph H. Harkey - “The Don Quixote of the Frontier: Brackenridge’s Modern Chivalry

Volume 8, Number 3 - Winter 1974
   Jay B. Hubbell - “Our Friend Lewis Leary”
   Sacvan Bercovitch - “‘Nehemias Americanus’: Cotton Mather and the Concept of the Representative American”
   Edwin Gittleman - “Jefferson’s ‘Slave Narrative’: The Declaration of Independence as a Literary Text”
   Kenneth Silverman - “Four New Letters by Phillis Wheatley”
   Jack Zipes - “Dunlap, Kotzebue, and the Shaping of American Theater: A Reevaluation from a Marxist Perspective”
   Joseph Slater - “The Case of Drake and Halleck”
   Roberta Rosenberg - “A Checklist of the Writings of Lewis Leary”
   Daniel Hoffman - “Freneau”

Volume 9, Number 1 - Spring 1974
   Kenneth A. Requa - “Anne Bradstreet’s Poetic Voices”
   Jane Donahue Eberwein - “The ‘Unrefined Ore’ of Anne Bradstreet’s Quaternions”
   James Bray - “John Fiske: Puritan Precursor of Edward Taylor”
   Betty Kushen - “Three Earlieast Published Lives of Benjamin Franklin, 1790-93: The Autobiography and its Continuations”
   Robert D. Arner - “Neoclassicism and Romanticism: A Reading of Freneau’s ‘The Wild Honey Suckle’”
   Carol A. Kyle - “That Poet Freneau: A Study of the Imagistic Success of The Pictures of Columbus
   Larry R. Dennis - “Legitimizing the Novel: Royall Tyler’s The Algerine Captive
   Jesse C. Jones - “A Note on the Number of Edward Taylor’s Preparatory Meditations
   G. Thomas Tanselle - Review Essay: “The Editing of Royall Tyler”

Volume 9, Number 2 - Fall 1974
   William L. Hedges - “Charles Brockden Brown and the Culture of Contradictions”
   Michael D. Bell - “‘The Double-Tongued Deceiver’; Sincerity and Duplicity in the Novels of Charles Brockden Brown”
   Paul Witherington - “Charles Brockden Brown: A Bibliographical Essay”
   S.W. Reid - “Brockden Brown in England: Notes on Henry Colburn’s 1822 Editions of His Novels”

Supplement to Issue 9.2, Fall 1974
   Jackson Campbell Boswell - “A Check List of Americana in a Short-Title Catalogue of Books Printed in England, Scotland, & Ireland and of English Books Printed Abroad 1475-1640”

Volume 9, Number 3 - Winter 1975
   Stephen J. Stein - “An Apocalyptic Rationale for the American Revolution”
   Rose Marie Cutting - “America Discovers Its Literary Past: Early American Literature in Nineteenth-Century Anthologies”
   Patricia Jewell McAlexander - “The Creation of the American Eve: The Cultural Dialogue on the Nature and Role of Women in Late-Eighteenth-Century America”
   Robert B. Winans - “The Growth of a Novel-Reading Public in Late-Eighteenth-Century America”
   Marion Barber Stowell - “American Almanacs and Feuds”
   Leslie A. Wardenaar - “Humor in the Colonial Promotional Tract: Topics and Techniques”
   William J. Scheick - “Standing in the Gap: Urian Oakes’ elegy on Thomas Shepard”
   David Sowd - “Edward Taylor’s Answer to a ‘Popish Pamphlet’”
   Joel R. Kehler - “Physiology and Metaphor in Edward Taylor’s ‘Meditation. Can. 1.3’”
   Karl Keller - “A Modern Version of Edward Taylor”
   Julian Mason - “Madison’s August 1791 Letter Praising Freneau”

Volume 10, Number 1 - Spring 1975
   James E. Evans - “The English Lineage of Diedrich Knickerbocker”
   Cathy N. Davidson - “The Power of Sympathy Reconsidered: William Hill Brown as Literary Craftsman”
   William J. Irvin - “Allegory and Typology ‘Imbrace and Greet’: Anne Bradstreet’s ‘Contemplations’”
   Kenneth Alan Hovey - “The Theology of History in Of Plymouth Plantation and Its Predecessors”
   Mukhtar Ali Isani - “Edward Taylor and Ovid’s Art of Love: The Text of a Newly Discovered Manuscript”
   Edward J. Gallagher - “The Wonder-Working Providence as Spiritual Biography”
   Lynn Haims - “Of Indians and Irishmen: A Note on Brackenridge’s Use of Sources for Satire in Modern Chivalry

Volume 10, Number 2 - Fall 1975
   Richard Beale Davis - “A Tribute to Louis Booker Wright”
   David M. Larson - “Franklin on the Nature of Man and the Possibility of Virtue”
   John Gatta, Jr. - “The Comic Design of Gods Determinations Touching His Elect
   James W. Barbour - “The Prose Context of Edward Taylor’s Anti-Stoddard Meditations”
   Victor E. Gimmestad - “John Trumbull’s Original Epithalamion”
   Wilson H. Kimnach - “Jonathan Edwards’ Sermon Mill”
   Emily Stipes Watts - “The Neoplatonic Basis of Jonathan Edwards’ ‘True Virtue’”
   John Cleman - “Ambiguous Evil: A Study of Villains and Heroes in Charles Brockden Brown’s Major Novels”

Volume 10, Number 3 - Winter 1975/76
   John Griffith - “The Columbiad and Greenfield Hill: History, Poetry, and Ideology in the Late Eighteenth Century”
   Clifford L. Egan - “On the Fringe of the Napoleonic Catastrophe: Joel Barlow’s Letters from Central and Eastern Europe, 1812”
   Bruce Granger - “John Trumbull, Essayist”
   Jane Donahue Eberwein - “In a book, as in a glass: Literary Sorcery in Mather’s Life of Phips”
   Leo M. Kaiser - “On the Latin Verse in Cotton Mather’s Magnalia Christi Americana
   Robert W. Hobson - “Voices of Carwin and Other Mysteries in Charles Brockden Brown’s Wieland

Volume 11, Number 1 - Spring 1976
   Donald F. Connors - “The 1975 Fordham Conference”
   Lewis Leary - “Literature in New York, 1775”
   Thomas Philbrick - “Crèvecoeur as New Yorker”
   Irma B. Jaffe - “Contemporary Words and Pictures: Drawings (1782-1810) by John Trumbull”
   Robert D. Arner - “The Death of Major André: Some Eighteenth-Century Views”
   Andrew Myers - “The New York Years in Irving’s The Life of George Washington
   James Franklin Beard - “Cooper and the Revolutionary Mythos”

Volume 11, Number 2 - Fall 1976
   Kenneth Silverman - “The 1976 Williamsburg Conference”
   A.Owen Aldridge - “Paine and Dickinson”
   Richard Crawford - “Watts for Singing: Metrical Poetry in American Sacred Tunebooks, 1761-1785”
   James C. Gaston - “Richard Prescott and Mud Island: Epitomes of the American Revolution As Seen by London’s Poets”
   Lewis Leary - “The Dream Visions of Philip Freneau”
   Peter Shaw - “Their Kinsman, Thomas Hutchinson: The Boston Patriots and His Majesty’s Royal Governor”
   Peter J. Stanlis - “British Views of the American Revolution: A Conflict over Rights of Sovereignty”
   Cecelia Tichi - “The American Revolution and the New Earth”

Volume 11, Number 3 - Winter 1976/77
   Thomas M. Davis - “Edward Taylor’s Elegies on the Mathers”
   Phyllis Jones - “Biblical Rhetoric and the Pulpit Literature of New England”
   David L. Parker - “Edward Taylor’s Preparationism: A New Perspective on the Taylor-Stoddard Controversy”
   Leo M. Kaiser - “On Sewall’s Diary; On Mather’s Christian Philosopher
   John J. Teunissen and Evelyn J. Hinz - “Roger Williams, Thomas More, and the Narragansett Utopia”
   David Smith - “William Byrd Surveys America”
   John F. Sears - “Timothy Dwight and the American Landscape”
   Wendy Martin - “Women and the American Revolution”
   Jeffrey Steinbrink - “Cooper’s Romance of the Revolution: Lionel Lincoln and the Lessons of Failure”

Volume 12, Number 1 - Spring 1977
   Hans Galinsky - “Exploring the Exploration Report”
   Ursula Brumm - “Did the Pilgrims Fall Upon their Knees When They Arrived in the New World”
   Hans R. Guggisberg - “Religious Freedom and the History of the Christian World in Roger Williams’ Thought”
   Astrid Schmitt-v. Mühlenfels - “John Fiske’s Funeral Elegy on John Cotton”
   Pierre Marambaud - “Dickinson’s Letters from a Farmer in Pennsylvania
   Jean F. Beranger - “The Desire for Communication: Narrator and Narratee in Letters from an American Farmer

Volume 12, Number 2 - Fall 1977
   Robert D. Arner - “A Tribute to Richard Beale Davis”
   Richard Beale Davis - “Southern Writing of the Revolutionary Period, c. 1760-1790”
   Rosamund Rosenmeier - “Divine Translation: A Contribution to the Study of Anne Bradstreet’s Method in the Marriage Poems”
   Robert Daly - “Puritan Poetics: The World, the Flesh, and God”
   William J. Scheick - “‘The Inward Tacles and the Outward Traces’: Edward Taylor’s Elusive Transitions”
   A. Carl Bredahl - “Transformation in Wieland
   William L. Andrews - “Freneau’s ‘A Political Litany’: A Note on Interpretation”
   Harold Kulungian - “The Aestheticism of Crèvecoeur’s American Farmer”

Volume 12, Number 3 - Winter 1977/78
   Stanford J. Searl, Jr. - “Perry Miller as Artist: Piety and Imagination in The New England Mind: The Seventeenth Century
   C.R. Kropf - “Colonial Satire and the Law”
   Walter P. Wenska - “The Coquette and the American Dream of Freedom”
   Martin Roth - “Irving and the Old Style”
   Jane Donahue Eberwein - “Freneau’s ‘The Beauties of Santa Cruz’”
   Charles E. Bennett - “A Poetical Correspondence Among Elihu Hubbard Smith, Joseph Bringhurst, Jr., and Charles Brockden Brown in The Gazette of the United States
   Hugh J. Dawson - “Franklin’s ‘Memoirs’ in 1784: The Design of the Autobiography, Parts I and II”
   James T.F. Tanner - “The ‘Triple Ban’ in Joel Barlow’s ‘Advice to a Raven in Russia’”
   Charles W. Mignon - “The Nebraska Edward Taylor Manuscript: ‘Upon the Types of the Old Testament’”
   Vincent Freimarck - “Reader’s Reach and Writer’s Grasp”

Volume 13, Number 1 - Spring 1978
   Donald T. Siebert, Jr. - “Royall Tyler’s ‘Bold Example’: The Contrast and the English Comedy of Manners”
   Frank Shuffelton - “The Voice of History: Thomas Godfrey’s Prince of Parthia
   Jay Martin - “The Province of Speech: American Drama in the Eighteenth Century”
   Robert D. Richardson, Jr. - “The Enlightenment View of Myth and Barlow’s Vision of Columbus
   Larzer Ziff - “Revolutionary Rhetoric and Puritanism”
   Philip D. Beidler - “Franklin’s and Crèvecoeur’s ‘Literary’ Americans”
   Baird Tipson - “The Routinized Piety of Thomas Shepard’s Diary”
   Mark Seltzer - “Saying Makes It So: Language and Event in Brown’s Wieland
   Michael Schuldiner - “Edward Taylor’s ‘Problematic’ Imagery”
   Edward W.R. Pitcher - “Signatures and Sources for Fiction in Webster’s American Magazine
   Thomas M. Davis - “Edward Taylor to Samuel Sewall, Nov.17, 1704”
   Michael Colacurcio - Review Essay: “Does American Literature Have a History?”

Volume 13, Number 2 - Fall 1978
   Walter P. Wenska - “Bradford’s Two Histories: Pattern and Paradigm in Of Plymouth Plantation
   Terrence Erdt - “The Calvinist Psychology of the Heart and the ‘Sense’ of Jonathan Edwards”
   Michael T. Gilmore - “Eighteenth-Century Oppositional Ideology and Hugh Henry Brackenridge’s Modern Chivalry
   Mary E. Rucker - “Crèvecoeur’s Letters and Enlightenment Doctrine”
   Walter H. Eitner - “Samuel Miller’s ‘Lately Become Literary’: the Brief Retrospect in Brockden Brown’s Monthly Magazine
   Edward W. Pitcher - “A Note on the Source of ‘The Child of Snow’ and ‘The Son of Snow’”

Volume 13, Number 3 - Winter 1978/79
   Karen Grube - “The ‘Secret Sweet Mysterie’ of Numbers in Edward Taylor’s ‘Meditation 80,’ Second Series”
   Sydney J. Krause - “Ormond: How Rapidly and How Well ‘composed, arranged, and delivered’”
   Stephen J. Stein - “Providence and the Apocalypse in the Early Writings of Jonathan Edwards”
   Janette Seaton Lewis - “A Turn of Thinking: The Long Shadow of The Spectator in Franklin’s Autobiography
   Michael Clark - “‘The Crucified Phrase’: Sign and Desire in Puritan Semiology”
   Leo M. Kaiser - “Six Notes”
   Roger E. Stoddard - “Progress Note on a Bibliography of American Poetry Printed 1610-1820 and Some Corrigenda to Wegelin’s Early American Poetry
   Leo M. Kaiser - “Some Remarks on the Text of The Simple Cobbler of Aggawam

Volume 14, Number 1 - Spring 1979
   Thomas Brewer Vincent - “Keeping the Faith: The Poetic Development of Jacob Bailey, Loyalist”
   Lynn Haims - “The Face of God”
   Betty J. Parks - “The Latin and Greek Poetry of Charles Chauncy”
   Albert Furtwangler- “Strategies of Candor in The Federalist
   Thomas M. Davis - Review Essay: “Solomon Stoddard”

Volume 14, Number 2 - Fall 1979
   John H. O’Neill and Cameron Nickels - “Upon the Attribution of ‘Upon a Fart’ to William Byrd of Westover”
   Mukhtar Ali Isani - “Early Versions of Some Works by Phillis Wheatley”
   Walter H. Eitner - “Jeremy Belknap’s The Foresters: A Thrice-Told Tale
   Pete Kyle McCarter - “Mother Carey’s Jacobin Chickens”
   Mary Weatherspoon Bowden - “In Search of Freneau’s Prison Ships”
   R.C. DeProspo - “The ‘New Simple Idea’ of Edwards’ Personal Narrative”
   James R. Russo - “The Tangled Web of deception and Imposture in Charles Brockden Brown’s Ormond
   Annette Kolodny - Review Essay

Volume 14, Number 3 - Winter 1979/80
   Lewis P. Simpson - “The Act of Thought in Virginia”
   Hugh J. Dawson - “Fathers and Sons: Franklin’s ‘Memoirs’ as Myth and Metaphor”
   Robert A. Ferguson - “Yellow Fever and Charles Brockden Brown: The Context of the Emerging Novelist”
   Lucille M. Schultz - “Uncovering the Significance of the Animal Imagery in Modern Chivalry
   Edward W.R. Pitcher - “The Un-American Fiction of The American Moral and Sentimental Magazine
   Leo M. Kaiser - “On the Epitaph of Thomas Shepard II and a Corrigendum in Jantz”
   Richard S. Sliwoski - “Doctoral Dissertations on Jonathan Edwards”
   Carmine A. Prioli - Review Essay: “Early New England Gravestone Scholarship”

Volume 15, Number 1 - Spring 1980
   P.M. Zall - “The Old Age of American Jestooks”
   Phyllis M. Jones - “Puritan’s Progress: The Story of the Soul’s Salvation in the Early New England Sermons”
   Randall R. Mawer - “‘Farewel Dear Babe’: Bradstreet’s Elegy for Elizabeth”
   Dorothy Medlin - “Benjamin Franlin’s Bagatelles for Madame Helvétius”
   James Egan - “Nathaniel Ward and the Marprelate Tradition”
   Judith R. Hiltner - “Later Freneau Poems in the New Brunswick Fredonian

Volume 15, Number 2 - Fall 1980
   David Laurence - “Jonathan Edwards, John Locke, and the Canon of Experience”
   Robert S. Levine - “Villainy and the Fear of Conspiracy in C.B. Brown’s Ormond
   Floyd Ogburn, Jr. - “Structure and Meaning in Thomas Jefferson’s Notes on Virginia
   Emory Elliott - “The Development of the Puritan Funeral Sermon and Elegy: 1660-1750”
   Lewis Leary - “The ‘Friends’ of James Allen, or, How Partial Truth Is No Truth at All”
   Robert Micklus - “Charles Brockden Brown’s Curiosity Shop”
   Carla Mulford Micklus - “John Leacock’s A New Song, On the Repeal of the Stamp-Act

Volume 15, Number 3 - Winter 1980/81
   C.R. Kropf - “Richard Lewis’s ‘Food for Criticks’ as Aesthetic Statement”
   Alexander Medlicott, Jr. - “In the Wake of Mr. Edwards’s ‘Most Awakening’ Sermon at Enfield”
   Jeffrey Walker - “Benjamin Church’s Commonplace Book of Verse”
   Parker H. Johnson - “Humiliation Followed by Deliverance: Metaphor and Plot in Cotton Mather’s Magnalia
   Edward W. Pitcher - “Anthologized Short Fiction in Eighteenth-Century America: The Example of The American Bee
   David Downing - “‘Streams of Scripture Comfort’: Mary Rowlandson’s Typological Use of the Bible”
   Leo M. Kaiser - “An Aspect of Hugh Henry Brackenridge’s Classicism”
   David Levin - “When Did Cotton Mather See the Angel?”

Volume 16, Number 1 - Spring 1981
   William Hedges - “The Old World Yet: Writers and Writing in Post-Revolutionary America”
   Jane Donahue Eberwein - “‘No rhet’ric we expect’: Argumentation in Bradstreet’s ‘The Prologue’”
   Karl Keller - “The Loose, Large Principles of Solomon Stoddard”
   Mitchell Robert Breitwieser - “Cotton Mather’s Pharmacy”
   Jan Bakker - “Parallel Water Journeys into the American Eden in John Davis’s The First Settlers of Virginia and F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby
   A. Carl Bredahl, Jr. - “The Two Portraits in Wieland
   James R. Russo - “‘The Chimeras of the Brain’: Clara’s narrative in Wieland

Volume 16, Number 2 - Fall 1981
   Robert Micklus - “Dr. Alexander Hamilton’s ‘Modest Proposal’”
   George Toles - “Charting the Hidden Landscape: Edgar Huntly
   Cynthia S. Jordan - “On Rereading Wieland
   William C. Spengemann - Review Essay: “Puritan Influences in American Literature”

Volume 16, Number 3 - Winter 1981/82
   Dennis H. Barbour - “Gods Determinations and the Hexameral Tradition”
   George Sebouhian - “Conversion Morphology and the structure of Gods Determinations
   J. William T. Youngs, Jr. - “The Indian Saints of New England”
   Philip D. Beidler - “The ‘Author’ of Franklin’s Autobiography
   Paul David Johnson - “Jonathan Edwards’s ‘Sweet Conjunction’”

Volume 17, Number 1 - Spring 1982
   J.A. Leo Lemay - “The Contexts and Themes of ‘The Hasty-Pudding’”
   Susan Drinker Moran - “Thomas Shepard and the Professor: Two Documents from the Early History of Harvard”
   Frank Shuffelton - “‘Philosophic Solitude’ and the Pastoral Politics of William Livingston”
   Bruce Granger - “The Hudibrastic Poetry of Jacob Bailey”
   Richard Walser - “Boston’s Reception of the First American Novel”
   Melvin H. Buxbaum - Review Essay: “The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin, a Genetic Text”

Volume 17, Number 2 - Fall 1982
   Ursula Brumm - “‘Tuning’ the Song of Praise: Observations on the Use of Numbers in Edward Taylor’s Preparatory Meditations
   Edward H. Davidson - “John Cotton’s Biblical Exegesis: Method and Purpose”
   Cameron C. Nickels - “Federalist Mock Pastorals: The Ideology of Early New England Humor”
   Eileen Margerum - “Anne Bradstreet’s Public Poetry and the Tradition of Humility”
   Lewis Leary - “Poetry as Payment: Jeremy Belknap”
   Benjamin Franklin V - “A Note on Mercy Otis Warren’s ‘The Defeat’”
   Eleanor Tilton - Review Essay: “Washington Irving–Edited ‘Of laborious research and painful collation’”

Volume 17, Number 3 - Winter 1982/83
   Jeffrey Hammond - “A Puritan Ars Moriendi: Edward Taylor’s Late Meditations on the Song of Songs”
   Michael Schuldiner - “Solomon Stoddard and the Process of Conversion”
   Anthony Damico - “The Conceit of Dyeing in Edward Taylor’s Preparatory Meditations, Second Series, Number One”
   Walter Hesford - “‘Do you know the author?’: The Question of Authorship in Wieland

Volume 18, Number 1 - Spring 1983
   William C. Spengemann - “Discovering the Literature of British America”
   Carl R. Kropf - “The Nationalistic Criticism of Early American Literature”
   Thomas E. Terrell, Jr. - “‘Some Holsom Exhortations’: Henry White’s Seventeenth-Century Southern Religious Narrative in Verse”
   Cynthia Dubin Edelberg - “The Shaping of a Political Poet: Five Newfound Verses of Jonathan Odell”
   Barry Bell - “Reading and ‘Misreading’ the Declaration of Independence”
   Lewis Leary - “William Charles White: ‘The American Garrick’”
   David Levin - Review Essay: “The Form and Sources of Cultural History”
   Robert Middlekauf - Review Essay: “Attempts to Put the American Revolution Back Together Again”

Volume 18, Number 2 - Fall 1983
   Jerome Griswold - “Early American Children’s Literature: A Bibliographic Primer”
   Marion Barber Stowell - “The Influence of Nathaniel Ames on the Literary Taste of His Time”
   Eldon R. Turner - “Peasants and Parsons: John Wise’s Churches Quarrel Espoused
   Edwin Sill Fussell - “Wieland: A Literary and Historical Reading”
   David Laurence - Review Essay: “Moral Philosophy and New England Literary History: Reflections on Norman Fiering”

Volume 18, Number 3 - Winter 1983/84
   David Watters - “The Spectral Identity of Sir William Phips”
   Joan Del Fattore - “John Webster’s Metallographia: A Source for Alchemical Imagery in the Preparatory Meditations
   Thomas J. Steele and Eugene R. Delay - “Vertigo in History: The Threatening Tactility of ‘Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God’”
   Teresa Toulouse - “Syllabicall Idolatry: Benjamin Colman’s Rhetoric of Balance”
   Dennis Powers - “Purpose and Design in Joshua Scottow’s Narrative

Volume 19, Number 1 - Spring 1984
   Daniel E. Williams - “Doctor, Preacher, Soldier, Thief: A New World of Possibilities in the Rogue Narrative of Henry Tufts”
   Steven Blakemore - “Strange Tongues: Cooper’s Fiction of Language”
   Jeffrey A. Hammond - “‘Ladders of Your Own’; The Day of Doom and the Repudiation of ‘Carnal Reason’”
   Lloyd M. Daigrepont - “Ichabod Crane: Inglorious Man of Letters”
   William J. Scheick - “Phillis Wheatley and Oliver Goldsmith: A Fugitive Satire”

Volume 19, Number 2 - Fall 1984
   Agnieszka Salska - “Puritan Poetry: Its Public and Private Strain”
   Peter Wagner - “‘The Female Creed’: A New Reading of William Byrd’s Ribald Parody”
   Pierre Marambaud - “‘At Once the Copy,–and the Original’: Richard Lewis’s ‘A Journey from Patapsco to Annapolis’”
   William Boelhower - “New World Topology and Types in the Novels of Abbot Pietro Chiari”
   Bernard Chevignard - “St. John de Crèvecoeur in the Looking Glass: Letters from an American Farmer and the Making of a Man of Letters”
   Eleanor M. Tilton - Review Essay: “In the Labyrinth of Charles Brockden Brown’s Prose: The Bicentennial Edition”

Volume 19, Number 3 - Winter 1984/85
   David S. Shields - “The Religious Sublime and New England Poets of the 1720s”
   Robert P. Winston - “‘Strange order of things!’: The Journey to Chaos in Letters from and American Farmer
   Robert L. Pincus - “Pictures of New England’s Apocalypse: Benjamin Tompson’s Transformation of the British Advice-to-a-Painter Poem”
   Teresa Toulouse - “‘The Art of Prophesying’: John Cotton and the Rhetoric of Election”

Volume 20, Number 1 - Spring 1985
   Harold Hellenbrand - “Roads to Happiness: Rhetorical and Philosophical Design in Jefferson’s Notes on the State of Virginia
   David L. Greene - “New Light on Mary Rowlandson”
   John Hales - “The Landscape of Tragedy: Crèvecoeur’s ‘Susquehanna’”
   J. Daniel Patterson - “A Reconsideration of Edward Taylor’s ‘The Preface,’ Lines 9-12”
   Edwin Sill Fussell - Review Essay: “James Fenimore Cooper – The New York Edition”

Volume 20, Number 2 - Fall 1985
   Rosemary Fithian - “‘Words of My Mouth, Meditations of My Heart’: Edward Taylor’s Preparatory Meditations and the Book of Psalms”
   Michael Clark - “The Subject of the Text in Early American Literature”
   Lewis Leary - “George Richards: ‘The Best Poet America Ever Produced’”
   Philip F. Gura - Review Essay: “The Weight of Elijah’s Mantle: A New Anthology of American Puritan Writings”
   David Levin - Review Essay: “The Province of Historical Criticism: Historical Fact in Hawthorne and Colacurcio”

Volume 20, Number 3 - Winter 1985/86
   David H. Watters - “‘I spake as a child’: Authority, Metaphor and The New-England Primer
   Joseph Fireoved - “Nathaniel Gardner and the New-England Courant
   Nancy V. Morrow - “The Problem of Slavery in the Polemic Literature of the American Enlightenment”
   Alan Heimert - Review Essay: “The Yale Edwards”
   Ursula Brumm - Review Essay: “Recognizing a Female Aesthetic”

Volume 21, Number 1 - Spring 1986
   Cathy N. Davidson - “Female Authorship and Authority: The Case of Sukey Vickery”
   Philip F. Gura - “Solomon Stoddard’s Irreverent Way”
   Eid A. Dahiyat - “Milton and Franklin”
   Eugenia DeLamotte - “John Cotton and the Rhetoric of Grace”

Volume 21, Number 2 - Fall 1986
   Richard S. Pressman - “Class Positioning and Shays’ Rebellion: Resolving the Contradictions of The Contrast
   Dennis Barone - “James Logan and Gilbert Tennant: Enlightened Classicist versus Awakened Evangelist”
   David Harlan - “A World of Double Visions and Second Thoughts: Jonathan Dickinson’s Display of God’s Special Grace
   Gregg Camfield - “Joel Barlow’s Dialectic of Progress”
   Sondra O’Neale - “A Slave’s Subtle War: Phillis Wheatley’s Use of Biblical Myth and Symbol”
   John Griffith - Review Essay: “Franklin For the Many and the Few”

Volume 21, Number 3 - Winter 1986/87
   Bruce Greenfield - “The Idea of Discovery as a Source of Narrative Structure in Samuel Hearne’s Journey to the Northern Ocean
   Richard W. Cogley - “John Eliot and the Origins of the American Indians”
   Jeffrey Rubin-Dorsky - “Washington Irving and the Genesis of the Fictional Sketch”
   Patrick Sullivan - “Benjamin Franklin, The Inveterate (and Crafty) Public Instructor: Instruction on Two Levels in ‘The Way to Wealth’”
   Philip F. Gura - Review Essay: “John Who?: Captain John Smith and Early American Literature”
   Daniel B Shea - Review Essay: “Deconstruction Comes to Early ‘America’: The Case of Edwards”

Volume 22, Number 1 - Spring 1987
   Bruce Tucker - “Joseph Sewall’s Diary and the Rhythm of Puritan Spirituality”
   Susan Bryan - “Reauthorizing the Text: Jefferson’s Scissor Edit of the Gospels”
   John Engell - “Brackenridge, Modern Chivalry, and American Humor”
   J. Daniel Patterson - “Gods Determinations: The Occasion, the Audience, and Taylor’s Hope for New England”
   Kathryn Zabelle Derounian - “Puritan Orthodoxy and the ‘Survivor Syndrome’ in Mary Rowlandson’s Indian Captivity Narrative”
   Malini Schueller - “Authorial Discourse and Pseudo-Dialogue in Franklin’s Autobiography
   Mukhtar Ali Isani - “The Methodist Connection: New Variants of Some Phillis Wheatley Poems”
   Jeffrey A. Hammond - Review Essay: “Where Are We Going, Where Have We Been?: Puritan Poetics Reconsidered”
   Sargent Bush, Jr. - Review Essay: “Hearing the Word as Spoken: Five Generations of Sermons in New England”

Volume 22, Number 2 - Fall 1987
   Robert Ferguson - “Ideology and the Framing of the Constitution”
   William L. Hedges - “Telling Off the King: Jefferson’s Summary View as American Fantasy”
   Martin Roth - “Tom Paine and American Loneliness”
   Shirley Samuels - “Infidelity and Contagion: The Rhetoric of Revolution”
   Doreen Alvarez Saar - “Crèvecoeur’s ‘Thoughts on Slavery’: Letters From an American Farmer and Whig Rhetoric”
   John Seelye - “The Jacobin Mode in Early American Fiction: Gilbert Imlay’s The Emigrants

Volume 22, Number 3 - 1987
   Daniel E. Williams - “Puritans and Pirates: A Confrontation between Cotton Mather and William Fly in 1726”
   Christopher Looby - “The Constitution of Nature: Taxonomy as Politics in Jefferson, Peale, and Bartram”
   Norman S. Grabo - “Ideology and the Early American Frontier”
   Dennis R. Perry - “Autobiographical Role-Playing in Edward Johnson’s Wondering-Working Providence
   James Sanderson - “Agrarianism in Hugh Henry Brackenridge’s Articles in The Pittsburgh Gazette

Volume 23, Number 1 - 1988
   David S. Shields - “Henry Brooke and the Situation of the First Belletrists in British America”
   John T. Shawcross - “Some Colonial American Poetry and George Herbert”
   Daniel B. Shea - “‘Our Professed Old Adversary’: Thomas Morton and the Naming of New England”
   Helena Maragou - “The Portrait of Alexander the Great in Anne Bradstreet’s ‘The Third Monarchy’”
   Jerome D. DeNuccio - “The De-Thundered Textman: A Note on Benjamin Tompson’s Epitaph for his Father”
   John T. Shawcross - “Another Printing of an Epitaph by John Saffin”
   William C. Spengemann - Review Essay: “American Literary History: Some Still Unanswered Questions”

Volume 23, Number 2 - 1988
   Roland Hagenbüchle - “American Literature and the Nineteenth-Century Crisis in Epistemology: The Example of Charles Brockden Brown”
   Timothy Sweet - “Gender, Genre, and Subjectivity in Anne Bradstreet’s Early Elegies”
   Paula Kopacz - “‘To Finish What’s Begun’: Anne Bradstreet’s Last Words”
   Anne Dalke - “Original Vice: The Political Implications of Incest in the Early American Novel”
   Joseph Fichtelberg - “The Complex Image: Text and Reader in the Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin”

Volume 23, Number 3 - 1988
   Kathryn Zabelle Derounian - “The Publication, Promotion, and Distribution of Mary Rowlandson’s Indian Captivity Narrative in the Seventeenth Century”
   Beverly R. Voloshin - “Edgar Huntly and the Coherence of the Self”
   Helen Petter Westra - “Jonathan Edwards on ‘Faithful and Successful Ministers’”
   Ivy Schweitzer - “Anne Bradstreet Wrestles with the Renaissance”
   A. Owen Aldridge - “The Attribution to Franklin of a Letter from China”
   Bernard Chevignard - Review Essay: “St. John De Crèvecoeur: A Case of Arrested Biographical Development”
   R.C. De Prosp - Review Essay: “Early American Poe”

Volume 24, Number 1 - 1989
   Laura E. Tanner and James N. Krasner - “Exposing the ‘Sacred Juggle’: Revolutionary Rhetoric in Robert Rogers’ Ponteach
   John Canup - “Cotton Mather and ‘Criolian Degeneracy’”
   Mary Cappello - “The Authority of Self-Definition in Thomas Shepard’s Autobiography and Journal
   Beth M. Doriani - “‘Then Have I ... Said With David’: Anne Bradstreet’s Andover Manuscript Poems and the Influence of the Psalm Tradition”
   Kathryn Zabelle Derounian - “A Note on Mary (White) Rowlandson’s English Origins”

Volume 24, Number 2 - 1989
   Sargent Bush, Jr. - “John Cotton’s Correspondence: A Census”
   Pattie Cowell - “Colonial Poets and the Magazine Trade, 1741-1775”
   Elizabeth M. Renker - “‘Declaration-men’ and the Rhetoric of Self-Presentation”
   Kristie Hamilton - “An Assault on the Will: Republican Virtue and the City in Hannah Webster Foster’s The Coquette

Volume 24, Number 3 - 1989
   Daniel E. Williams - “Of Providence and Pirates: Philip Ashton’s Narrative Struggle for Salvation”
   David S. Shields - “Nathaniel Gardner, Jr., and the Literary Culture of Boston in the 1750s”
   Rob Wilson - “William Livingston’s Philosophic Solitude and the Ideology of the Natural Sublime”
   J.K. Van Dover - “The Design of Anarchy: The Anarchiad, 1786-1787”
   R.C. De Prospo - “The Round Table: The Latest Early American Literature”

Volume 25, Number 1 - 1990
   Douglas Anderson - “Bartram’s Travels and the Politics of Nature”
   William C. Dowling - “Joel Barlow and The Anarchiad
   Cynthia J. Miecznikowski - “The Parodic Mode and the Patriarchal Imperative: Reading the Female Reader(s) in Tabitha Tenney’s Female Quixotism
   Shirley Samuels - “Wieland: Alien and Infidel”
   Jane Donahue Eberwein - “The Round Table: ‘Prospects’ and the Topography of a Changing Discipline”

Volume 25, Number 2 - 1990
   Daniel E. Williams - “In Defense of Self: Author and Authority in the Memoirs of Stephen Burroughs
   Phillip M. Richards - “Nationalist Themes in the Preaching of Jupiter Hammon”
   Sarah Emily Newton - “Wise and Foolish Virgins: ‘Usable Fiction’ and the Early American Conduct Tradition”
   Ada Van Gastel - “Franklin and Freud: Love in the Autobiography
   John R. Holmes and Edwin J. Saeger - “Charles Brockden Brown and the ‘Laura-Petrarch’ Letters”
   Robert Daly - “The Round Table: Recognizing Early American Literature”
   Frank Shuffelton - Review Essay: “Privation and Fulfillment: The Ordering of Early New England”

Volume 25, Number 3 - 1990
   Peggy Samuels - “Imagining Distance: Spanish Explorers in America”
   Lad Tobin - “A Radically Different Voice: Gender and Language in the Trials of Anne Hutchinson”
   John C. Adams - “Alexander Richardson and the Ramist Poetics of Michael Wigglesworth”
   Frank Shuffelton - “In Different Voices: Gender in the American Republic of Letters”
   Kathryn Zabelle Derounian-Stodola and David L. Greene - “Additions and Corrections to ‘A Note on Mary (White) Rowlandson’s English Origins”
   David S. Shields - “The Round Table: The Object of the Text in Early American Literature”

Volume 26, Number 1 - 1991
   Jesper Rosenmeier - “‘They Shall No Longer Grieve’: The Song of Songs and Edward Johnson’s Wonder-Working Providence
   James A. Levernier - “Phillis Wheatley and the New England Clergy”
   Klaus P. Hansen - “The Sentimental Novel and Its Feminist Critique”
   Caryn Chaden - “Dress and Undress in Brackenridge’s Modern Chivalry
   Timothy K. Conley - “The Round Table: Retrospects and the Strategies of a Puzzled Discipline”
   Teresa A. Toulouse - Review Essay: “Bridging the Gap: The Question of the Twayne Series”

Volume 26, Number 2 - 1991
   Joseph Conforti - “The Invention of the Great Awakening, 1795-1842”
   Jane D. Eberwein - “Civil War and Bradstreet’s ‘Monarchies’”
   D.N. DeLuna - “Cotton Mather Published Abroad”
   Andrew J. Scheiber - “‘The arm lifted against me’: Love, Terror, and the Construction of Gender in Wieland
   Daniel E. Williams - “The Round Table: No Rambo Action in the Trenches of Higher Education”

Volume 26, Number 3 - 1991
   Hugh J. Dawson - “John Winthrop’s Rite of Passage: The Origins of the ‘Christian Charitie’ Discourse”
   Etta Madden - “Resurrecting Life through Rhetorical Ritual: A Buried Value of the Puritan Funeral Sermon”
   Margaret E. Stewart - “John Woolman’s ‘Kindness beyond Expression’: Collective Identity vs. Individualism and White Supremacy”
   David S. Shields - Review Essay: “The Tuesday Club Writings and the Literature of Sociability”

Volume 27, Number 1 - 1992
   Linda Munk - “His Dazzling Absence: The Shekinah in Jonathan Edwards”
   Rodger M. Payne - “Metaphors of the Self and the Sacred: The Spiritual Autobiography of the Rev. Freeborn Garrettson”
   Margaret H. Davis - “Mary White Rowlandson’s Self-Fashioning as Puritan Goodwife”
   Stephen Carl Arch - “The Glorious Revolution and the Rhetoric of Puritan History”

Volume 27, Number 2 - 1992
   Scott Michaelsen - “John Winthrop’s ‘Modell’ Covenant and the Company Way”
   James E. Kibler, Jr. - “George Milligen, Colonial Carolina Elegist”
   Christopher Morrison - “A Spiritual Pilgrimage through a Deistic Universe”
   Terence Martin - “Three Columbiads, Three Visions of the Future”
   William J. Scheick - “Phillis Wheatley’s Appropriation of Isaiah”

Volume 27, Number 3 - 1992
   Joseph M. Thomas - “‘Peculiar Soil’: Mining the Early American Imagination”
   Michael P. Winship - “Behold the Bridegroom cometh!: Marital Imagery in Massachusetts Preaching, 1630-1730”
   Claire C. Pettengill - “Sisterhood in a Separate Sphere: Female Friendship in Hannah Webster Foster’s The Coquette and The Boarding School
   David Waldstreicher - “‘Fallen under My Observation’: Vision and Virtue in The Coquette

Volume 28, Number 1 - 1993
   Jane Donahue Eberwein - “‘Harvardine quil’: Benjamin Tompson’s Poems on King Philip’s War”
   Michael W. Vella - “Theology, Genre, and Gender: The Precarious Place of Hannah Adams in American Literary History”
   Stephen Carl Arch - “The Edifying History of Edward Johnson’s Wonder-Working Providence
   Michelle Burnham - “The Journey Between: Liminality and Dialogism in Mary White Rowlandson’s Captivity Narrative”

Volume 28, Number 2 - 1993
   Grantland S. Rice - “Crèvecoeur and the Politics of Authorship in Republican America”
   Elisa New - “‘Both Great and Small’: Adult Proportion and Divine Scale in Edward Taylor’s ‘Preface’ and The New-England Primer
   Carol M. Bensick - “Preaching to the Choir: Some Achievements and Shortcomings of Taylor’s God’s Determinations
   Daniel E. Williams - “Victims of Narrative Seduction: The Literary Translations of Elizabeth (and ‘Miss Harriot’) Wilson”
   Kevin J. Hayes - “The Board of Trade’s ‘cruel Sarcasm’: A Neglected Franklin Source”

Volume 28, Number 3 - 1993
   Karen Gordon-Grube - “Evidence of Medicinal Cannibalism in Puritan New England: ‘Mummy’ and Related Remedies in Edward Taylor’s ‘Dispensatory’”
   Allison Giffen - “‘Till Grief Melodious Grow’: The Poems and Letters of Ann Eliza Bleecker”
   Anna Carew-Miller - “The Language of Domesticity in Crèvecoeur’s Letters from an American Farmer
   Lisa Logan - “Mary Rowlandson’s Captivity and the ‘Place’ of the Woman Subject”

Volume 29, Number 1 - 1994
   Karen O’Brien - “David Ramsay and the Delayed Americanization of American History”
   Andrew Burstein and Catherine Mowbray - “Jefferson and Sterne”
   Eric Wertheimer - “Commencement Ceremonies: History and Identity in ‘The Rising Glory of America,’ 1771 and 1786”
   Timothy Sweet - American Pastoralism and the Marketplace: Eighteenth-Century Ideologies of Farming”
   Michele Valerie Ronnick - “A Note on the Text of Philip Freneau’s ‘Columbus to Ferdinand’: From Plato to Seneca”
   Lee E. Heller - Review Essay: “Conceiving the ‘New’ American Literature

Volume 29, Number 2 - 1994
   Pattie Cowell - “Early New England Poets: Writing as Vocation”
   John Saillant - “‘Remarkably Emancipated from Bondage, Slavery, and Death’: An African American Retelling of the Puritan Captivity Narrative, 1820”
   Joanna Bowen Gillespie - “Filiopietism as Citizenship, 1810: Letters from Martha Laurens Ramsay to David Ramsay, Jr.”
   Dennis R. Perry - “‘Novelties and Stile Which All Out-Do’: William Hubbard’s Historiography Reconsidered”
   Sharon M. Harris - “The Round Table: Contemporary Theories and Early American Literature”

Volume 29, Number 3 - 1994
   E. Thomson Shields, Jr. - “‘A Modern Poem,’ by the Mecklenburg Censor: Politics and Satire in Revolutionary North Carolina”
   Michael Elliott - “‘This Indian Bait’: Samson Occom and the Voice of Liminality”
   Albert J. Von Frank - “John Saffin: Slavery and Racism in Colonial Massachusetts”
   J. Daniel Patterson - “The Last Unpublished Preparatory Meditation from Edward Taylor’s ‘Poetical Works’ Manuscript”
   William C. Spengemann - Review Essay: “E Pluribus Minimum”

Volume 30, Number 1 - 1995
   Christopher Grasso - “Print, Poetry, and Politics: John Trumbull and the Transformation of Public Discourse in Revolutionary America”
   Christopher W. Jones - “Praying upon Truth: The Memoirs of Stephen Burroughs and the Picaresque”
   Elizabeth Jane Wall Hinds - “Charles Brockden Brown’s Revenge Tragedy: Edgary Huntly and the Uses of Property”
   John R. Holmes - “Charles Brockden Brown’s Earliest Letter”
   Stephen Carl Arch - “The Round Table: Letting Go of the Big Anthology”

Volume 30, Number 2 - 1995
   Paul Baepler - “The Barbary Captivity Narrative in Early America”
   Kirstin Wilcox - “The Scribblings of a Plain Man and the Temerity of a Woman: Gender and Genre in Judith Sargent Murray’s The Gleaner

THE ROUND TABLE: New Directions in Early American Studies
   Carla Mulford - “Huehuetlatolli, Early American Studies, and the Problem of History”
   Thomas W. Krise - “True Novel, False History: Robert Robertson’s Ventriloquized Ex-Slave in The Speech of Mr. John Talbot Campo-Bell (1736)”
   Arnold Krupat - “American Histories, Native American Narratives”
   Sharon M. Harris - “Whose Past Is It? Women Writers in Early America”
   Anthony Kemp - “The Negation of the Past and the Creation of American Radicalism”
   Kathryn Zabelle Derounian-Stodola - Review Essay: “Troping America”

Volume 30, Number 3 - 1995
   Ralph Bauer - “Colonial Discourse and Early American Literary History”
   Phillip H. Round - “The Discursive Origins of the American Revolution”
   Daniel E. Williams - “The Round Table: Authoring the Author: Heroes and Geeks”
   Frank Shuffelton - Review Essay: “Presenting Jefferson”

Volume 31, Number 1 - 1996
   Thomas B. Lovell - “Separate Spheres and Extensive Circles: Sarah Savage’s The Factory Girl and the Celebration of Industry in Early Nineteenth-Century America”
   Carolyn Haynes - “‘A Mark for Them All to ... Hiss at’: The Formation of Methodist and Pequot Identity in the Conversion Narrative of William Apess”
   Lorrayne Carroll - “‘My Outward Man’: The Curious Case of Hannah Swarton”
   John Evelev - “The Contrast: The Problem of Theatricality and Political and Social Crisis in Postrevolutionary America”
   Robert D. Arner - “‘The Child of Snow’: A Misidentified ‘Early American’ Short Story”

Volume 31, Number 2 - 1996
   Marsha Watson - “A Classic Case: Phillis Wheatley and Her Poetry”
   Rafia Zafar - “The Proof of the Pudding: Of Haggis, Hasty Pudding, and the Transatlantic Influence”
   Amelia Howe Kritzer - “Playing with Republican Motherhood: Self-Representation in Plays by Susanna Haswell Rowson and Judith Sargent Murray”
   Paul Lewis - “Charles Brockden Brown and the Gendered Canon of Early American Fiction”
   E.W. Pitcher - “A ‘Complaint’ Against ‘The Petition’ of Belinda, an African Slave”

Volume 31, Number 3 - 1996
   Karen A. Weyler - “‘A Speculating Spirit’: Trade, Speculation, and Gambling in Early American Fiction”
   Nancy E. Wright - “Epitaphic Conventions and the Reception of Anne Bradstreet’s Public Voice”
   Ralph A. Manogue - “James Ridgway and America”

Volume 32, Number 1 - 1997
   Joseph Fichtelberg - “The Sentimental Economy of Isaac Mitchell’s The Asylum
   Christine Holbo - “Imagination, Commerce, and the Politics of Associationism in Crèvecoeur’s Letters from an American Farmer
   James D. Hartman - “Providence Tales and the Indian Captivity Narrative: Some Transatlantic Influences on Colonial Puritan Discourse”
   Akiyo Ito - “Olaudah Equiano and the New York Artisans: The First American Edition of The Interesting Narrative of the Life of Olaudah Equiano, or Gustavus Vassa, the African
   Jim Egan - “The Round Table: Analyzing the Apparatus: Teaching American Literature Anthologies as Texts”

Volume 32, Number 2 - 1997
   Linda Frost - “The Body Politic in Tabitha Tenney’s Female Quixotism
   Keith Lawrence - “Zuriel Waterman and the ‘Robert Young Broadsides’: Intertextual Male Democracy in New England, 1780”
   Dawn Henwood - “Mary Rowlandson and the Psalms: The Textuality of Survival”
   Vincent Carretta - “An ‘Animadversion’ Upon a ‘Complaint’ Against ‘The Petition’ of Belinda, an African Slave”

Volume 32, Number 3 - 1997
   Joseph Fichtelberg - “Friendless in Philadelphia: The Feminist Critique of Martha Meredith Read”
   Carrie Galloway Blackstock - “Ann Bradstreet and Performativity: Self-Cultivation, Self-Deployment”
   Kristin Boudreau - “Early American Criminal Narratives and the Problem of Public Sentiments”

Volume 33, Number 1 - 1998
   Caleb Crain - “Leander, Lorenzo, and Castalio: An Early American Romance”
   Hilary E. Wyss - “‘Things that do accompany Salvation’: Colonialism, Conversion, and Cultural Exchange in Experience Mayhew&rsuqo;s Indian Converts
   Chris Beyers - “Ebenezer Cooke’s Satire, Calculated to the Meridian of Maryland”
   Pattie Cowell - “Round Table: Less False Stories: Teaching Comparative American Literatures”
   Sargent Bush, Jr. - Review Essay: “A Text for All Seasons: Winthrop’s Journal Redivivus

Volume 33, Number 2 - 1998
   Hugh J. Dawson - “‘Christian Charitie’ as Colonial Discourse: Rereading Winthrop’s Sermon in Its English Context”
   Daniel E. Williams - “Reckoned to Be Almost a Natural Fool: Textual Self-Reconstruction in the Writings of Jonathan Plummer–No Hermaphrodite”
   Colin Wells - “Timothy Dwight’s American Dunciad: The Triumph of Infidelity and the Universalist Controversy”
   Christopher Castiglia - “Pedagogical Discipline and the Creation of White Citizenship: John Witherspoon, Robert Finley, and the Colonization Society”

Volume 33, Number 3 - 1998
   Gordon Sayre - “The Mound Builders and the Imagination of American Antiquity in Jefferson, Bartram, and Chateaubriand”
   Edward Larkin - “Inventing an American Public: Thomas Paine, the Pennsylvania Magazine, and American Revolutionary Discourse”
   Jeffrey H. Richards - “How to Write an American Play: Murray’s Traveller Returned and Its Source”
   David Read - “Silent Partners: Historical Representation in William Bradford’s Of Plymouth Plantation
   Terry Catapano - “Corrective Notes to Lorrayne Carroll’s ‘My Outward Man’: The Curious Case of Hannah Swarton”

Volume 34, Number 1 - 1999
   Leon Jackson - “Jedediah Morse and the Transformation of Print Culture in New England, 1784-1826”
   Patricia L. Bradley - “The Unifying Pauline Sub-Text of Nathaniel Ward’s The Simple Cobler of Aggawam
   Alan J. Silva - “Increase Mather’s 1693 Election Sermon: Rhetorical Innovation and the Reimagination of Puritan Authority”
   Julian Mason- “‘Ocean’: A New Poem by Phillis Wheatley”
   Kathryn Zabelle Derounian-Stodola - “The Round Table: Critical Theory and Early American Literature Introduction”
   Sharon M. Harris - “Feminist Theories and Early American Studies”
   Frank Shuffelton - “Power, Desire, and American Cultural Studies”
   Rosemary Fithian Guruswamy - “Queer Theory and Publication Anxiety: The Case of the Early American Women Writer”

Volume 34, Number 2 - 1999
   Randall Fuller - “Theaters of the American Revolution: The Valley Forge Cato and the Meschianza in Their Transcultural Contexts”
   Adam S. Potkay - “Theorizing Civic Eloquence in the Early Republic: The Road from David Hume to John Quincey Adams”
   Etta M. Madden - “Quaker Elizabeth Ashbridge as ‘the Spectacle & discourse of the Company’: Metaphor, Synecdoche, and Synthesis”
   Judith Hiltner - “‘She Bled in Secret’: Deborah Sampson, Herman Mann, and The Female Review

Volume 34, Number 3 - 1999
   Robert A. Ferguson - “The Forgotten Publius: John Jay and the Aesthetics of Ratification”
   Kun Jong Lee - “Pauline Typology in Cabeza de Vaca’s Naufragios
   Tanya Caldwell - “‘Talking too much English’: Languages of Economy and Politics in Equiano’s The Interesting Narrative
   Jack Dempsey - “Reading the Revels: The Riddle of May Day in New English Canaan

Volume 35, Number 1 - 2000
   Tamara Harvey - “‘Now Sisters ... Impart your Usefulness and Force’: Anne Bradstreet’s Feminist Functionalism”
   Jeffrey Richards - “Samuel Davies and Calvinist Poetic Ecology”
   Jeffrey Pasley - “The Two National Gazettes: Newspapers and the Embodiment of American Political Parties”

Volume 35, Number 2 - 2000
   E. Shaskan Bumas - “The Cannibal Butcher Shop: Protestant Uses of Las Casas’s Brevísima relación and the Case of the Apostle Eliot”
   Hsuan L. Hsu - “Democratic Expansionism in Memoirs of Carwin
   Philip Gould - “Race, Commerce, and the Literature of Yellow Fever in Early National Philadelphia”
   Steven Blakemore - “Family Resemblances: The Texts and Contexts of ‘Rip Van Winkle’”

Volume 35, Number 3 - 2000
   Alison Olson - “The Zenger Case Revisited: Satire, Sedition, and Political Debate in Eighteenth-Century America”
   Andy Trees - “Benedict Arnold, John André, and His Three Yeoman Captors: A Sentimental Journey or American Virtue Defined”
   Jennifer Jordan Baker - “Franklin’s Autobiography and the Credibility of Personality
   Catherine Kaplan - “Document: “Elihu Hubbard Smith’s ‘The Institutions of the Republic of Utopia’”

Volume 36, Number 1 - 2001
   Anne G. Myles - “From Monster to Martyr: Re-Presenting Mary Dyer”
   Edward Cahill - “An Adventurous and Lawless Fancy: Charles Brockden Brown’s Aesthetic State”
   Daniel Williams - “Refuge Upon the Sea: Captivity and Liberty in The Florida Pirate
   Robert Levine - Review Essay: “Does the Republic of Letters Have a Body?”

Volume 36, Number 2 - 2001
   Jesper Rosenmeier - “Eaters and Non-Eaters: John Cotton’s A Brief Exposition of ... Canticles (1642) in Light of Boston’s (Linc.) Religious and Civil Conflicts, 1619-22”
   William J. Scheick - “‘The Captive Exile Hasteth’: Increase Mather, Meditation, and Authority”
   Jennifer T. Kennedy - “Death Effects: Revisiting the Conceit of Franklin’s Memoir
   Julie Sievers - “Awakening the Inner Light: Elizabeth Ashbridge and the Transformation of Quaker Community”
   Lucy Rinehart - “‘Manly Exercises’: Post-Revolutionary Performances of Authority in the Theatrical Career of William Dunlap”

Volume 36, Number 3 - 2001
   Kristina Bross - “Dying Saints, Vanishing Savages: ‘Dying Indian Speeches’ in Colonial New England Literature”
   Keely McCarthy - “Conversion, Identity, and the Indian Missionary”
   D. Britton Gildersleeve - “‘I Had a Religious Mother’: Maternal Ancestry, Female Spaces, and Spiritual Synthesis in Elizabeth Ashbridge’s Account
   Larry Kutchen - “The ‘Vulgar Thread of the Canvas’: Revolution and the Picturesque in Ann Eliza Bleecker, Crèvecoeur, and Charles Brockden Brown”
   Edward Larkin - “Seeing Through Language: Narrative, Portraiture, and Character in Peter Oliver’s The Origin & Progress of the American Rebellion

Volume 37, Number 1 - 2002
   Kathleen Donegan - “‘As Dying, Yet Behold We Live’: Catastrophe and Interiority in Bradford’s Of Plymouth Plantation
   Janice Knight - “Telling It Slant: The Testimony of Mercy Short”
   Michael Meranze - “Materializing Conscience: Embodiment, Speech, and the Experience of Sympathetic Identification”
   Max Cavitch - “Interiority and Artifact: Death and Self-Inscription in Thomas Smith’s Self-Portrait
   Bruce Burgett - “Between Speculation and Population: The Problem of ‘Sex’ in Our Long Eighteenth Century”

Volume 37, Number 2 - 2002
   Patrick M. Erben - “‘Honey-Combs’ and ‘Paper-Hives’: Positioning Francis Daniel Pastorius’s Manuscript Writings in Early Pennsylvania”
   Susan Scott Parrish - “Women’s Nature: Curiosity, Pastoral, and the New Science in British America”
   Chris Beyers - “Maryland’s ‘First Essay of Latin Poetry in English Dress’: Conceiving Cultural Change in Eighteenth-Century Maryland”
   Marion Rust - “‘Into the House of an Entire Stranger’: Why Sentimental Doesn’t Equal Domestic in Early American Fiction”
   Roumiana Velikova - “‘Philip, King of the Pequots’: The History of an Error”
   Naoki Onishi - “Roundtable: The Japanese Association of Early Americanists”

Volume 37, Number 3 - 2002
   Gordon Sayre - “Plotting the Natchez Massacre: Le Page du Pratz, Dumont de Montigny, Chateaubriand”
   Bruce Greenfield - “Creating the Distance of Print: The Memoir of Peter Pond, Fur Trader”
   Peter Coviello - “Agonizing Affection: Affect and Nation in Early America”
   Bryce Traister - “Criminal Correspondence: Authorship and Espionage in Crèvecoeur’s Revolutionary America”
   Mark Kamrath - “Roundtable Essay: Eyes Wide Shut and the Cultural Poetics of Eighteenth-Century American Periodical Literature”
   Bryan Waterman - Review Essay: “Men’s Worlds”

Volume 38, Number 1 - 2003
   H.C. Maddux - “Ruling Passion: Consent and Covenant Theology in Westfield, Massachusetts, August 1679”
   Andrew Newman - “Captive on the Literacy Frontier: Mary Rowlandson, James Smith, and Charles Johnston”
   Joanna Brooks - “Six Hymns by Samson Occom”
   Lisa West Norwood - “‘I May Be a Stranger to the Grounds of Your Belief’: Constructing Sense of Place in Wieland

The Summit of Early Ibero- and Anglo-Americanists, Tucson, Arizona, May 2002
   Sandra M. Gustafson - “The Tucson Summit and the Promise of Comparative Colonial Studies”
   Luis Millones-Figueroa - “In Search of Colonial Americas”
   Dana Nelson - “Team Comp”
   Leonard Tennenhouse - “The Question of Cultural Bilingualism”

   Mark L. Kamrath - Review Essay: “‘Republican Virtue’ and the American Eve; or, Class(ical) Constructions of Female ‘Boldness’ and Political Liberty”

Volume 38, Number 2 - 2003
   Jim Egan - “The ‘Long’d-for Aera’ of an ‘Other Race’: Climate, Identity, and James Grainger’s The Sugar Cane
   Vincent Carretta - “Who Was Francis Williams?”
   Catherine La Courreye Blecki, Lorett Treese - “Susanna Wright’s ‘The Grove’: A Philosophic Exchange with James Logan”
   David J. Carlson - “Farmer versus Lawyer: Crèvecoeur’s Letters and the Liberal Subject”
   Ralph Bauer - “Notes on the Comparative Study of the Colonial Americas: Further Reflections on the Tucson Summit”
   Philip Gould - Review Essay: “The New Early American Anthology”

Volume 38, Number 3 - 2003
   Jane Donahue Eberwein - “‘His wayes Disgrac’d Are Grac’d”: Edward Taylor’s Metrical History of Christianity as Puritan Narrative”
   Mark B. McWilliams - “Distant Tables: Food and the Novel in Early America”
   Kristina Bross - “‘Come Over and Help Us’: Reading Mission Literature”
   David Thomson - “The Antinomian Crisis: Prelude to Puritan Missions”
   Craig White - “The Praying Indians’ Speeches as Texts of Massachusett Oral Culture”
   J. Patrick Cesarini - “The Ambivalent Uses of Roger Williams’s A Key Into the Language of America
   Gordon Sayre - Review Essay: “Native Signification and Communication”
   Hilary Wyss - Review Essay: “Missionaries in the Classroom: Bernardino de Sahagún, John Eliot, and the Teaching of Colonial Indigenous Texts from New Spain and New England”

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