A new monograph series presenting the best current multidisciplinary research on the global eighteenth century. Published by Boydell and Brewer in association with the British Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies.
The eighteenth century was an age in which today’s disciplinary and topographical borders had not yet been quite fixed. Connoisseurship and science overlapped, belles lettres could convey the latest philosophical speculation or political controversy, and commercial and intellectual exchange spread through global networks.
This major new series from Boydell and Brewer aims to bring into fruitful dialogue the different disciplines involved in all aspects of the study of the long eighteenth century (c.1660-1820). It will publish innovative volumes, singly or co-authored, on any topic in history, science, music, literature and the visual arts in any area of the world in the long eighteenth century. It will particularly encourage proposals that explore links among the disciplines, and which aim to develop new cross-disciplinary fields of enquiry. Projects on the transnational or ‘global’ eighteenth century will be especially welcome.
The editors welcome proposals and preliminary enquiries from prospective authors. These should be sent in the first instance to any of the series editors:
Ros Ballaster, Professor of Eighteenth-Century Studies and Professorial Fellow in English, Mansfield College, Oxford University, UK email@example.com
Matthew Grenby, Professor of Eighteenth-Century Studies, Newcastle University, UK: firstname.lastname@example.org
Robert D. Hume, Evan Pugh University Professor of English, Penn State University, USA: Rob-Hume@psu.edu
Mark Knights, Professor of History, University of Warwick, UK: M.J.Knights@warwick.ac.uk
Renaud Morieux, University Lecturer, Faculty of History, University of Cambridge, UK: email@example.com
or to the commissioning editor at Boydell and Brewer: Mari Shullaw: firstname.lastname@example.org
For existing titles published by Boydell & Brewer in eighteenth-century studies, click here.