In the early 2000s, the Voltaire Foundation decided to create a paperback series in collaboration with the Sorbonne University Press. It was intended (as we said in our publicity materials at the time) “to make available the work of the Voltaire Foundation’s authors to the widest audience in an affordable, paperback format.” Since we are … Continue reading
Rousseau et Locke: Dialogues critiques
Rousseau et Locke: Dialogues critiques is the July volume in the Oxford University Studies in the Enlightenment series. This volume, edited by Johanna Lenne-Cornuez and Céline Spector reassesses the legacy of Lockian thought in that of Rousseau, in all areas of his philosophy. This blog post introduces readers to this new edited collection discussing the claims and ambitions of … Continue reading
Q&A With Éamon Ó Cofaigh, author of A Vehicle for Change
Our latest publication in the Studies in Modern and Contemporary France series, A Vehicle for Change, looks at popular representations of the automobile in 20th-Century France. Its author, Éamon Ó Cofaigh, takes a seat for an exclusive Q&A for the LUP blog.
Q&A with Lisa Algazi Marcus, author of Mother’s Milk and Male Fantasy in Nineteenth-Century French Narrative
The latest in our Q&A series sees Dr Lisa Algazi Marcus talk about her new monograph, 'Mother’s Milk and Male Fantasy in Nineteenth-Century French Narrative', discussing the role of breastfeeding in nineteenth-century France and its representations in literature of the period.
Q&A With Nikolaj Lübecker: Author of Twenty-First-Century Symbolism
In an exclusive Q&A for Liverpool University Press, Lübecker chats to us about his latest book, reading nineteenth-century French poetry with a philosophical corpus, as well as his concerns for the visual.