We're looking forward to attending the Modern Languages Association conference 9 - 12th January 2020. Stop by our booth for discounts and to speak with editor Chloé Johnson about proposals.
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
Chloe Edmondson is co-editor of the June Oxford University Studies in the Enlightenment volume Networks of Enlightenment: Digital Approaches to the Republic of Letters which provides exciting new perspectives on the European networks that made up the Republic of Letters. Here, she explores the digital and data-driven approaches that can be used to analyse such … Continue reading
Andrew Jainchill is the editor of the May Oxford University Studies in the Enlightenment volume D’Argenson, Considérations sur le gouvernement, a critical edition, with other political texts, which utilises rare manuscripts and previously unstudied archival sources to produce the first critical edition of d’Argenson’s Considérations. Enlightenment political theory has received a great deal of scholarly attention … Continue reading
As of 1st of August, Liverpool University Press is the publisher of Oxford University Studies in the Enlightenment on behalf of the Voltaire Foundation. One of the key developments in the collaboration will be the launch of Oxford University Studies in the Enlightenment ONLINE, making the series available digitally for the first time. Professor Nicholas Cronk, Director of the Voltaire Foundation, … Continue reading