Enlightenment, History, News

AGRÉGATION 2020 – VOLTAIRE: ZADIG, CANDIDE & L’INGÉNU: OXFORD UNIVERSITY STUDIES IN THE ENLIGHTENMENT FREE ONLINE READER

Oxford University Studies in the Enlightenment free online reader Students and lecturers will know that three fictions by Voltaire have been chosen for the 2020 syllabus of the agrégation: Zadig, Candide and L’Ingénu. Liverpool University Press are currently digitising the entire back catalogue of the Voltaire Foundation’s Oxford University Studies in the Enlightenment (formerly SVEC) to create Oxford University Studies in the Enlightenment ONLINE: … Continue reading

Journals, News

Important Update to LUP Subscriptions

A major change with Liverpool University Press subscriptions is taking place. From 1st August 2019 our subscriptions order processing and distribution will be managed by Liverpool University Press. This means that all subscriptions related queries should be sent to LUP directly using the contact details below: Email: subscriptions@liverpool.ac.uk Tel: 0151 795 1080 (Monday to Friday, … Continue reading

Journals, News

Town Planning Review 90.4 Featured Article

The editors of Town Planning Review have selected ‘Change in the political economy of land value capture in England' by Philip Catney and John Henneberry as the Featured Article for Town Planning Review 90.4. The paper will be free to access for a limited time here. When asked to describe the paper and highlight its importance, the authors stated … Continue reading

Modern Languages

Figurations of the Feminine in the Early French Women’s Press, 1758-1848 – In Conversation with Siobhán McIlvanney

As LUP continues to celebrate its 120-year anniversary, this month we are focusing on the Eighteenth-Century. Siobhán McIlvanney's Figurations of the Feminine in the Early French Women's Press, 1758-1848 is the latest publication in our Eighteenth-Century Worlds series. The origins and early years of the French women’s press represent a pivotal period in the history of French women’s … Continue reading

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