The Publications

The expected publications, from the core team and from a wider range of scholars, will include:
at least two major monographs
an annotated reader of primary source material
two edited collections of essays by the core team and by invited contributors including participants in the conference.

April 2020, Clark Lawlor and Ashleigh Blackwood, 'Sleep and stress management in Enlightenment literature and poetry', Interface Focus, 10: 20190089, 1-10.

Ashleigh Blackwood - review of The Imposteress Rabbit Breeder: Mary Toft and Eighteenth-Century England (Oxford University Press), by Karen Harvey: link here

Clark Lawlor - review of Migraine: A History (Johns Hopkins University Press), by Katherine Foxhall: download here

Ashleigh Blackwood - blog contribution, 'Why Nightingale?' on The Polyphony: Conversations Across the Medical Humanities:

Laurence Sullivan - review of Rotten Bodies: Class and Contagion in Eighteenth-Century Britain (Yale University Press), by Kevin Siena (