Pat Rogers

Pat Rogers, FBA, FRHistS, FSA, LittD. DLitt, is Distinguished Professor Emeritus at the University of South Florida, and author or editor of fifty books. He has written has written on aspects of eighteenth-century history and culture in several journals, including Anglia, Arion, Bodleian Library Record, Book Collector, British Journal of Aesthetics, Burlington Magazine, Eighteenth-Century Ireland, English Historical Review, Journal of American Studies, Journal of Historical Geography, Journal of Literature and Science, Journal of Transport History, Journal of Victorian Culture, Medical History, Musical Quarterly, Notes and Records of the Royal Society, Proverbium, Quarterly Journal of Speech, Revue de Littérature Comparée, and Studies in Bibliography, along with various antiquarian journals. He contributes to online sites, in particular the Grub Street Project and the Literary Encyclopedia on topics including adventurers, classical influence, the criminal underworld, London topography, scarlet women, and Tyburn narratives. Among current works are essays in The Edinburgh History of the British and Irish Press (2023) and Brill’s Companion to the Reception of Homer from Byzantium to the Enlightenment (forthcoming).

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