Dr Jim Caudle

  • Research Associate, Research Associate (Scottish Literature)

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2020

Caudle, J. J. (2020) Clashes of conversations in James Boswell's Hebrides and Life of Johnson and "My Firm Regard to Authenticity". In: Caldwell, T. M. (ed.) Writing Lives in the Eighteenth Century. Series: Aperçus: histories texts cultures. Bucknell University Press: Lewisburg, Pennsylvania, pp. 141-172. ISBN 9781684482276

Caudle, J. J. (2020) “Soaping” and “shaving” the public sphere: James Boswell’s “Soaping Club” and Edinburgh Enlightenment Sociability. In: Wallace, M. C. and Rendall, J. (eds.) Association and Enlightenment: Scottish Clubs and Societies, 1700-1830. Series: Studies in eighteenth-century Scotland. Bucknell University Press: Lewisburg, Pennsylvania, pp. 103-126. ISBN 9781684482672 (doi: 10.2307/j.ctv1nh3ktz.10)

2019

Caudle, J. J. (2019) ‘The end of the beginning?’ The rhetorics of revolutions in the political sermons of 1688–1716. In: Sirota, B. S. and Macinnes, A. (eds.) The Hanoverian Succession in Great Britain and its Empire. Series: Studies in early modern cultural, political and social history (35). Boydell Press: Woodbridge, pp. 82-99. ISBN 9781783274499 (doi: 10.1017/9781787445468.005)

Caudle, J. J. (2019) The case of the missing Hottentot: John Dun’s conversation with Samuel Johnson in Tour to the Hebrides as Reported by Boswell and Dun. In: Lee, A. W. (ed.) Community and Solitude: New Essays on Johnson's Circle. Series: Transits: literature, thought & culture. Bucknell University Press: Lewisburg, Pennsylvania, pp. 53-78. ISBN 9781684480234 (doi: 10.2307/j.ctv125js4r.7)

Caudle, J. J. (2019) A model minority? The dissenting press and political broadcasting in the Georgian Revolution. In: Aston, N. and Bankurst, B. (eds.) Negotiating Toleration: Dissent and the Hanoverian Succession, 1714-1760. Oxford University Press: Oxford, pp. 33-52. ISBN 9780198804222 (doi: 10.1093/oso/9780198804222.003.0003)

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Caudle, J. J. (2020) Clashes of conversations in James Boswell's Hebrides and Life of Johnson and "My Firm Regard to Authenticity". In: Caldwell, T. M. (ed.) Writing Lives in the Eighteenth Century. Series: Aperçus: histories texts cultures. Bucknell University Press: Lewisburg, Pennsylvania, pp. 141-172. ISBN 9781684482276

Caudle, J. J. (2020) “Soaping” and “shaving” the public sphere: James Boswell’s “Soaping Club” and Edinburgh Enlightenment Sociability. In: Wallace, M. C. and Rendall, J. (eds.) Association and Enlightenment: Scottish Clubs and Societies, 1700-1830. Series: Studies in eighteenth-century Scotland. Bucknell University Press: Lewisburg, Pennsylvania, pp. 103-126. ISBN 9781684482672 (doi: 10.2307/j.ctv1nh3ktz.10)

Caudle, J. J. (2019) ‘The end of the beginning?’ The rhetorics of revolutions in the political sermons of 1688–1716. In: Sirota, B. S. and Macinnes, A. (eds.) The Hanoverian Succession in Great Britain and its Empire. Series: Studies in early modern cultural, political and social history (35). Boydell Press: Woodbridge, pp. 82-99. ISBN 9781783274499 (doi: 10.1017/9781787445468.005)

Caudle, J. J. (2019) The case of the missing Hottentot: John Dun’s conversation with Samuel Johnson in Tour to the Hebrides as Reported by Boswell and Dun. In: Lee, A. W. (ed.) Community and Solitude: New Essays on Johnson's Circle. Series: Transits: literature, thought & culture. Bucknell University Press: Lewisburg, Pennsylvania, pp. 53-78. ISBN 9781684480234 (doi: 10.2307/j.ctv125js4r.7)

Caudle, J. J. (2019) A model minority? The dissenting press and political broadcasting in the Georgian Revolution. In: Aston, N. and Bankurst, B. (eds.) Negotiating Toleration: Dissent and the Hanoverian Succession, 1714-1760. Oxford University Press: Oxford, pp. 33-52. ISBN 9780198804222 (doi: 10.1093/oso/9780198804222.003.0003)

This list was generated on Fri Dec 3 01:19:50 2021 GMT.