Table of contents for Re-enacting the past : essays on the evolution of modern English historiography / Joseph M. Levine.

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I     Ancients and Moderns Reconsidered                        72-89
      Eighteenth-Century Studies 15. Ohio, 1981

II    Jonathan Swift and the Idea of History                   79-95
      Eighteenth-Century Genre and Culture. Serious Reflections
      on Occasional Forms: Essays in Honor ofJ. Paul Hunter,
      ed. Dennis Todd and Cynthia Wall.
      Newark: University of Delaware Press, 2001

III    'Et Tu Brute?' History and Forgery in
       18th-century England                                    71-97
       Fakes and Frauds, ed. Robin Myers and Michael Harris.
       Winchester: St Paul s Bibliographies, 1989


VI    Latitudinarians, Neoplatonists, and the Ancient Wisdom  85-108
      Philosophy, Science, and Religion in England 1640-1700,
      ed. Richard Kroll et al. Cambridge, 1992

VII   Deists and Anglicans: The Ancient Wisdom
      and the Idea of Progress                               219-239
      The Margins of Orthodoxy: Heterodox Writing and
      Cultural Response, 1660-1750, ed. Roger D. Lund.
      Cambridge, 1995

VII    From Tradition to History: Chillingworth to Gibbon  181-210
      Historians and Ideologues: Essays in Honor of
      Donald R. Kelley, ed. Anthony T Grafton and J.H.M. Salmon.
      Rochester: University of Rochester Press, 2001

IX     Nicolson as a Virtuso                                   11-17
       The London Diaries of William Nicolson, Bishop of Carlisle
       1702-1718, ed. Clyve Jones and Geoffrey Holmes. Oxford, 1985


X      The Autonomy of History: R. G. Collingwood and
       Agatha Christie                                       253-264
       Clio 7. Ft. Wayne, Indiana:Indiana University-
       Purdue University, 1978

XI     Collingwood, Vico and the Autobiography               379-392
       Clio 9. Ft Wayne, Indiana: Indiana University-
       Purdue University, 1980

XII    Idea of History                                          85-90
       Clio 24. Ft. Wayne, Indiana: Indiana University-
       Purdue University, 1994

XIII Natural History and the History of the
       Scientific Revolution                                    57-73
       Clio 13. Ft. Wayne, Indiana: Indiana University-
       Purdue University, 1983

XIV   Method in The History of Ideas:
       More, Machiavelli and Quentin Skinner                    37-60
       Annals of Scholarship 3. New York, 1986


XV    Objectivity in History: Peter Novick and
      R. G. Collingwood                                         109-127
      Clio 21. Ft. Wayne, Indiana: Indiana University-
      Purdue University, Indiana, 1991

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Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Historiography Great Britain, England History, Local Historiography, Great Britain Historiography