Oxford University Studies in the Enlightenment Online
The Voltaire Foundation (University of Oxford) and Liverpool University Press have agreed a strategic publishing partnership from 2018.
This includes the development of Oxford University Studies in the Enlightenment Online, a digital collection launching in September 2018 with 217 volumes from the 'Studies on Voltaire and the Eighteenth Century' and 'Oxford University Studies in the Enlightenment' series - digitised for the first time. The remaining content from the archive will be added over the next few years, with the aim of having all volumes within the print series digitised by 2020.
It will be available for one-off purchase by libraries in 2019, with online access available in perpetuity. Purchasing institutions will be offered the option to purchase future content at a discount.
What are the benefits to your library?
- Comprehensive: First published in 1955, Oxford University Studies in the Enlightenment is the foremost series focusing on Enlightenment studies.
- International: 217-volume digital collection with over 70,000 pages of highly-regarded content publishing in both English and French, from Au prisme de Rousseau to Voltaire and the Parlements of France.
- Interdisciplinary: A broad overview of a variety of subjects relating to the Enlightenment including: history, cultural studies, literature, biography, religious studies, philosophy, and gender studies.
- Renowned authors: Noted contributors include Marc-André Bernier, Dan Edelstein, Colin Jones, Céline Spector, Marian Hobson, and Ritchie Robertson.
- Key texts: Volumes selected for the launch include Dramatic battles in eighteenth-century France by Logan J. Connors, Sublime disorder: physical monstrosity in Diderot’s universe by Andrew Curran, and Voltaire and Protestantism by Graham Gargett.
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