Publications: Prof Markman Ellis
Ellis M ( 2023 ) . Science and Reading in the Eighteenth Century The Hardwicke Circle and the Royal Society, 1740–1766 . Cambridge University Press
Ellis M ( 2022 ) . “PRAY SEND BACK THIS FOUL PROOF”: THOMAS BIRCH AND THE CORRECTION OF ELIZABETH CARTER'S SIR ISAAC NEWTON'S PHILOSOPHY EXPLAIN'D FOR THE USE OF THE LADIES (1739) . Eighteenth-Century Studies vol. 55 , ( 3 ) 277 - 298 .
Ellis M ( 2022 ) . Philip Yorke and Thomas Birch: Scribal News in the Mid 18th Century<sup>*</sup> . Parliamentary History vol. 41 , ( 1 ) 202 - 220 .
Ellis M ( 2021 ) . ‘Sociability and polite improvement in Addison’s periodicals’ . Joseph Addison Tercentenary Essays , Editors: Davis, P , Oxford University Press ( Oxford ),
Ellis M ( 2020 ) . The Trouble with Tea: The Politics of Consumption in the Eighteenth-Century Global Economy . The Scriblerian and the Kit-Cats vol. 52 , ( 2 ) 206 - 208 .
Ellis M ( 2020 ) . Time and the essay: The spectator and diurnal form . On Essays: Montaigne to the Present ,
ELLIS MS ( 2019 ) . The English Mercurie Hoax and the Early History of the Newspaper . Book History vol. 22 ,
Ellis M ( 2019 ) . The tea-table, women, and gossip in early eighteenth-century Britain . British Sociability in the Long Eighteenth Century Challenging the Anglo-French Connection , Boydell Press
ELLIS MS ( 2019 ) . Letters, organization and the archive in Elizabeth Montagu’s correspondence . Huntington Library Quarterly vol. 81 , ( 4 )
Ellis M ( 2019 ) . 'The British way of Tea: Tea as an Object of Knowledge between Britain and China, 1690-1730’ . Curious Encounters Voyaging, Collecting, and Making Knowledge in the Long Eighteenth Century , Editors: Craciun, A, Terrall, M , University of Toronto Press
Ellis M ( 2019 ) . Narratives of resistance in the literary archives of slavery . The Cambridge History of Black and Asian British Writing ,
Ellis M ( 2018 ) . 'The Buzz of Business’ . Sound, Space and Civility in the British World, 1700-1850 , Editors: Denny, P, Buchan, B , Routledge
ELLIS MS ( 2017 ) . Poetry and Civic Urbanism in the Coffee-House Library in the Mid-eighteenth Century . Before the Public Library: Reading, Community, and Identity in the Atlantic World, 1650-1850 , Editors: Roberts, K, Towsey, M , vol. 61 , Brill ( Leiden ),
ELLIS MS ( 2017 ) . Coffee-house sociability and public life in John Hill’s “The Inspector” . Fame and Fortune Sir John Hill and London Life in the 1750s , Editors: Brant, C, Rousseau, G , Palgrave Macmillan ( Basingstoke ),
ELLIS MS ( 2017 ) . Salon and conversation . Samuel Richardson in Context , Editors: Schellenberg, B, Sabor, P , Cambridge University press ( Cambridge ),
Ellis M ( 2017 ) . Eighteenth-century coffee-house Culture, vol 4: Science and history writings .
Ellis M ( 2017 ) . Eighteenth-century coffee-house culture .
Ellis M ( 2017 ) . Coffeehouse sociability, science and public life in John Hill’s ‘the inspector’ . Fame and Fortune: Sir John Hill and London Life in the 1750s ,
Ellis M ( 2017 ) . Salon culture and conversation . Samuel Richardson in Context ,
Ellis M ( 2016 ) . Crusoe, cannibalism and empire . Robinson Crusoe: Myths and Metamorphoses ,
ELLIS MS, Coulton RX, Mauger M ( 2015 ) . Empire of Tea: the Asian Leaf that Conquered the World . Reaktion ( London ),
Ellis M, Lewis A ( 2015 ) . Introduction: Venal bodies-prostitutes and eighteenth-century culture .
ELLIS MS ( 2014 ) . Thomas Birch's ‘Weekly Letter’ (1741–66): correspondence and history in the mid-eighteenth-century Royal Society . Notes and Records: the Royal Society journal of the history of science vol. 68 , ( 3 ) 261 - 278 .
ELLIS MS ( 2014 ) . Thomas Birch’s ‘Weekly Letter’ (1741-1766): correspondence and history in the mid-eighteenth-century Royal Society . Notes and Records: the Royal Society journal of the history of science vol. 68 , ( 3 ) Article 261 ,
ELLIS MS ( 2014 ) . 'Novel and Empire' . The Oxford Handbook to the Eighteenth-Century Novel , Editors: Downie, A , Oxford University Press ( Oxford ),
ELLIS MS ( 2013 ) . Reading practices in Elizabeth Montagu's epistolary network of the 1750s . Bluestockings Displayed: Portraiture, Performance and Patronage, 1730-1830 , Cambridge University Press ( Cambridge ),
Ellis M ( 2013 ) . The Constitution of Literature: Literacy, Democracy, and Early English Literary Criticism by Lee Morrissey (review) . The Scriblerian and the Kit-Cats vol. 45 , ( 2 ) 278 - 279 .
Ellis M ( 2012 ) . River and labour in Samuel Scott's thames views in the mid-eighteenth century . London Journal vol. 37 , ( 3 ) 152 - 173 .
Ellis M ( 2012 ) . 'An author in form': Women writers, print publication, and Elizabeth Montagu's Dialogues of the Dead . ELH - English Literary History vol. 79 , ( 2 ) 417 - 445 .
ELLIS MS ( 2012 ) . 'Coffeehouse', in 'British and Irish Literature', ed Andrew Hadfield, in Oxford Bibliographies . Oxford University Press
ELLIS MS ( 2011 ) . ‘That Singular And Wonderful Quadruped’: The Kangaroo As Historical Intangible Natural Heritage in the Eighteenth Century . Intangible Natural Heritage: New Perspectives on Natural Objects , Editors: Dorfman, E , Routledge ( London ),
ELLIS MS ( 2011 ) . Prostitution and Eighteenth-Century Culture: Sex, Commerce and Morality . Editors: Ellis, M, lewis, A , Pickering and Chatto ( London ),
Ellis M ( 2010 ) . Tea and the Tea-Table in Eighteenth-Century England . Pickering and Chatto Notes: 4 volume scholarly edition. General editor Markman Ellis. Volume 1: Literary Representations of Tea and the Tea-Table (Editor: Markman Ellis) Other volumes edited by Richard Coulton, Matthew Mauger, and Ben Dew. ,
Ellis M ( 2009 ) . Coffee-House Libraries in Mid-Eighteenth-Century London . The Library: the transactions of the Bibliographical Society vol. 10 , ( 1 ) 3 - 40 .
ELLIS MS ( 2009 ) . 'Coffee-House Library Short-title Catalogue' . Bibliographical Society of Great Britain Abstract: java.sql.Clob org.hibernate.engine.jdbc.WrappedClob java.io.Serializable , Notes: Bibliographical Society: Electronic Publications on the web ,
ELLIS MS ( 2008 ) . Enlightenment or Illumination: The Spectre of Conspiracy in Gothic Fictions of the 1790s . Recognizing the Romantic Novel: New Histories of British Literature , Editors: Sussman, C, Heydt-Stevenson, J , Liverpool University Press ( Liverpool ),
Ellis M ( 2008 ) . An introduction to the coffee-house: A discursive model . Language & Communication vol. 28 , ( 2 ) 156 - 164 .
ELLIS MS ( 2008 ) . 'Coffee-houses in Johnson's London' . The New Rambler vol. 2006-2007 , 3 - 14 .
ELLIS MS ( 2008 ) . 'Poetry, science and some lawyers: coffee-houses in Fleet Street and Temple Bar' . Tea and Coffee in the Age of Johnson , Editors: Pickford, S , Johnson House Museum ( London ),
ELLIS M ( 2008 ) . 'Spectacles within doors': panoramas of London in the 1790s . Romanticism vol. 14 , ( 2 ) 133 - 148 .
ELLIS MS ( 2007 ) . 'Suffering Things: Lapdogs, Slaves, and Counter-Sensibility' . The Secret Life of Things: Animals, Objects, and It-Narratives in Eighteenth-Century England , Editors: Blackwell, M , Bucknell University Press ( Lewisburg, Pennsylvania, US ),
ELLIS MS ( 2006 ) . 'Poetry and the City' . The Blackwell Companion to Eighteenth-Century Poetry , Editors: Gerrard, C , Blackwell ( Oxford ),
ELLIS MS ( 2006 ) . Eighteenth Century Coffee-House Culture . Pickering & Chatto
ELLIS MS ( 2005 ) . 'Trade' . Jane Austen in Context , Editors: Todd, J , Cambridge UP ( Cambridge ),
Ellis M ( 2004 ) . The Politics of Sensibility . Cambridge Univ Pr
ELLIS MS ( 2004 ) . 'Pasqua Rosee's Coffee House 1652 - 1666' . London Journal vol. 29 , ( 1 ) 1 - 25 .
ELLIS MS, Salih S, Carey B ( 2004 ) . Discourses of Slavery and Abolition: Britain and its Colonies, 1760 - 1838 . Palgrave Macmillan ( Basingstoke ),
ELLIS MS ( 2004 ) . The Coffee House: A Cultural History . Weidenfeld and Nicolson ( London ),
ELLIS MS ( 2004 ) . The Coffee-House, a discursive model . Notes: E-book A Coffee House Conversation on the International Art World and its Exclusion Abdullah, H. and Cox, G. (Eds.) ,
Ellis M ( 2004 ) . ‘Incessant Labour’: Georgic Poetry and the Problem of Slavery . Discourses of Slavery and Abolition ,
ELLIS MS ( 2003 ) . "The Cane-land Isles": Commerce and Empire in late-Eighteenth-century Georgic and Pastoral Poetry . Islands in History and Representation , Editors: Edmond, R, Smith, V , Routledge ( London ),
ELLIS MS ( 2001 ) . 'Ignatius Sancho's Shandean Sentimental Letters, and the Politics of Form' . Genius in Bondage: Literature of the Early Black Atlantic , Editors: Caretta, V, Gould, P , University Press of Kentucky ( Kentucky ),
ELLIS MS ( 2001 ) . 'The Coffee-Women, the Spectator, and the Public Sphere in the Early-Eighteenth Century' . Women and the Public Sphere 1700-1830 , Editors: Eger, E, Grant, C , Cambridge UP ( Cambridge ),
Ellis M ( 2000 ) . The history of gothic fiction . Edinburgh Univ Pr