Rousseau, George S.
ROUSSEAU, George S.
ROUSSEAU, George S. American, b. 1941. Genres: Intellectual history, Literary criticism and history. Career: Osgood Fellow in English Literature, Princeton University, New Jersey, 1965-66; Instructor in English Literature, Harvard University, Cambridge, 1966-68; Professor of Eighteenth-Century Studies, University of California at Los Angeles, 1968-94; King's College, Aberdeen, Regius Professor of English, 1994-. Publications: (with M.H. Nicolson) This Long Disease My Life: Alexander Pope and the Sciences, 1968; Goldsmith: The Critical Heritage, 1974; The Renaissance Man in the 18th Century, 1978; The Letters and Papers of Sir John Hill, 1982; Tobias Smollett: Essays of Two Decades, 1982; (with others) Hysteria Beyond Freud, 1993; Enlightenment Borders, 1991; Perilous Enlightenment, 1991; Enlightenment Crossings, 1991. EDITOR/CO-EDITOR: John Hill's Hypochondriasis, 1969; (with E. Rothstein) The Augustan Milieu: Essays Presented to Louis A. Landa, 1970; Tobias Smollett: Bicentennial Essays Presented to Lewis M. Knapp, 1971; Organic Form: The Life of an Idea, 1972; (with N. Rudenstine) English Poetic Satire: Wyatt to Byron, 1972; (with R. Porter) The Ferment of Knowledge: Studies in the Historiography of Eighteenth- Century Science, 1980; Literature and Science, 1985; Sexual Underworlds of the Enlightenment, 1987; Exoticism and the Enlightenment, 1988; Languages of Psyche, 1989; Hysteria beyond Freud, 1993; Gout, 1998; Framing and Imagining Disease, 2003. Address: Osterley House, Wellshead Harwell nr Didcot, Oxfordshire OX11 0HD, England. Online address: [email protected]