Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies reviews a wide range of books relating to the long eighteenth century. These include scholarly and popular works from across the full range of academic disciplines. The journal’s content can be viewed online although you will generally need to be a member of the Society or an institutional or individual subscriber to view the full text of the book reviews. For free reviews of theatre productions, art exhibitions, musical and opera performances, online resources and broadcast media, please visit the Criticks Reviews.

To suggest a book to review please contact the Journal’s Reviews General Editor Emrys Jones. If you would like to review for the journal, please contact Kate with details of your research interests: we are particularly keen to hear from postgraduate and early career scholars. Please note that we do not accept unsolicited reviews. The specialist reviews editors are: 

Emrys Jones, King’s College London Reviews General Editor
Adam Budd, University of Edinburgh History
Célia Abele, Columbia University French Studies
Alice Marples, British Library History of Science
Matthew Gardner, Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen Music
Carrie Shanafelt, Yeshiva University Philosophy 
Rebecca Davies, Høgskolen i Innlandet English Literature
John Bonehill, University of Glasgow Art and Art History

Joachim Whaley, Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge

German Studies

Richard Blakemore, University of Reading

Atlantic Studies