Enlightenment

Digitization of the Enlightenment & Manifold Scholarship

Last month, Oxford University Studies in the Enlightenment released the first volume in the long history of the series that is devoted to the application of digital humanities methods to the study of eighteenth-century intellectual life, Networks of Enlightenment, edited by Chloe Edmondson and Dan Edelstein. To accompany this important and innovative book, we are pleased … Continue reading

History, Liverpool Interest

Herbert Rowse: the architect who shaped the city of Liverpool

Liverpool University Press has recently partnered with Historic England, and one of the first books we will be publishing as part of this is Herbert Rowse by Iain Jackson, Simon Pepper, and Peter Richmond. This book is an exploration of the life and work of Liverpool based architect Herbert Rowse, and aims to discern not … Continue reading

Enlightenment

When volcanoes erupted with meaning

David McCallam is the author of Volcanoes in Eighteenth-Century Europe: An Essay in Environmental Humanities which is the first book to examine European volcanoes in the period in the full range of their physical and figurative manifestations and is the July volume of the Oxford University Studes in the Enlightenment series. In this blog post, … Continue reading

Enlightenment

A Year in Oxford University Studies in the Enlightenment

As LUP continues to celebrate its 120-year anniversary, this month we are focusing on the Eighteenth-Century and the Oxford University Studies in the Enlightenment series, published in partnership with one of our Partner Presses, the Voltaire Foundation. On 1st August 2018, LUP officially joined together with the Voltaire Foundation, University of Oxford to publish the … Continue reading

Journals

International Development Planning Review 41.3 Featured Article

The editors of International Development Planning Review have selected ‘An introduction to planning China's communities: between people and place’ by Nick R. Smith, Daniel B. Abramson, and Mi Shih as the Featured Article for IDPR 41.3. The paper will be free to access for a limited time here. When asked to describe the paper and … Continue reading