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Studies in Burke and His Time

Welcome to Studies in Burke and His Time, the journal of the Edmund Burke Society of America. The most recent issue is Volume 24 (2014). We will be publishing back numbers over the coming months.

Our journal editors are Elizabeth Lambert and Michael Brown, and the executive editor is Ian Crowe. Please direct all articles, review submissions, and correspondence in the first instance to Ian Crowe: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address), or 9628 Elizabeth Townes Lane, Charlotte, NC 28277.

Volume 24 (2014)

Studies in Burke and His Time Volume 24We are pleased to release Volume 24. We encourage readers to download the full issue in PDF format.

  • Matt Salyer, ‘A Little False Geography’: Edmund Burke as Edward Waverley
  • Michael Brown, The English Identity of Edmund Burke
  • Ian Crowe, Echoes from Mulla’s Shore: Spenserian Currents and Edmund Burke’s Early Literary Career in London

Book Reviews

  • David Bromwich. The Intellectual Life of Edmund Burke: From the Sublime and Beautiful to American Independence.
    Ross Carroll
  • Iain Hampsher-Monk, Edmund Burke: Revolutionary Writings
    Daniel E. Ritchie
  • Yuval Levin, The Great Debate: Edmund Burke, Thomas Paine and the Birth of Right and Left.
    André Gushurst-Moore

Volume 23 (2013)

Studies in Burke and His Time Volume 23Download the full issue in PDF format.

  • Aaron D. Hoffman, Joseph Ellis’s Burkean Founding
  • Elizabeth Lambert, The Scholarly Factories
  • Jeffrey O. Nelson, Burke’s American Characters
  • Joseph Pappin III, Edmund Burke and Leo Strauss and the Charge of ‘Historicism’

Book Reviews

  • Ian Crowe, Patriotism and Public Spirit: Edmund Burke and the Role of the Critic in Mid-Eighteenth-Century Britain.
    Frederick G. Whelan
  • Corey Robin, The Reactionary Mind: Conservatism from Edmund Burke to Sarah Palin. André Gushurst-Moore, The Common Mind: Politics, Society and Christian Humanism from Thomas More to Russell Kirk. David Willetts, The Pinch: How the Baby Boomers Took Their Children’s Future—and Why They Should Give It Back.
    H. Lee Cheek, Jr.
  • Jesse Norman, Edmund Burke: The First Conservative.
    Ian Crowe

Volume 22 (2011)


Book Reviews

  • F. P. Lock, Edmund Burke: Vol. II, 1784–1797
    Elizabeth Lambert
  • Daniel I. O’Neill, The Burke-Wollstonecraft Debate: Savagery, Civilization, and Democracy
    Steven Blakemore
  • Edward Feser, Locke
    Joseph Pappin III
  • Sean Patrick Donlan, Ed., Edmund Burke’s Irish Identities
    Joseph Pappin III

Volume 21 (2007)

  • Editor’s Introduction
  • J. C. D. Clark, The Enlightenment, Religion and Edmund Burke
  • Frederick G. Whelan, Burke, Empire, and Wars on Terrorism
  • Liam Lenihan, James Barry and the Aesthetic
  • of an Irish Enlightenment
  • Katherine O’Donnell, Burke & the School of Irish Oratory
  • William Byrne, Imagination and the Good in Burke

Briefly Noted

  • Some Recent Essays on Burke
  • Conference Report: “Edmund Burke and Irish Literary Criticism, 1757 to 2007,” April 2007, Royal Irish Academy, Dublin, Ireland
  • Burke Archives

Book Reviews

  • Seamus Deane, Foreign Affections: Essays on Edmund Burke
    Michael Brown
  • Ian Crowe, Ed., An Imaginative Whig: Reassessing the Life and Thought of Edmund Burke
    Frans de Bruyn
  • Jennifer Pitts, A Turn to Empire: The Rise of Imperial Liberalism in Britain and France
    Frederick Whelan
  • Luke Gibbons, Edmund Burke and Ireland: Aesthetics, Politics, and the Colonial Sublime
    Steven P. Millies
  • Larry Arnhart, Darwinian Conservatism
    Stephen Holt
  • William Hague, William Pitt the Younger
    Joseph Pappin III
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