Oxford University Studies in the Enlightenment
The book series
Oxford University Studies in the Enlightenment (previously Studies on Voltaire and the Eighteenth Century) is well-known as being the foremost series devoted to Enlightenment studies and, since its inception in 1955, has published over 600 peer-reviewed scholarly volumes, covering wide-ranging aspects of the eighteenth century and the Enlightenment.
Strongly international in focus, and from August 2018 published on behalf of the Voltaire Foundation by Liverpool University Press, Oxford University Studies in the Enlightenment publishes scholarly work in English or French to advance learning across a broad range of disciplines: History, History of ideas/Philosophy, History of the book, Theatre, Literature, Visual arts & Music, Science & Economics and Women’s studies.
The digital collection
A partnership between the Voltaire Foundation and Liverpool University Press is making volumes from the series available online for the first time through Oxford University Studies in the Enlightenment ONLINE.
The ebook collection offers a complete archive of all content published in the series between 1955-2016.
The digital text is fully searchable, and the online platform offers the ability for readers to save their own notes, highlights, and bookmarks on their own electronic copies and to export or print portions of each book.
We consider this an important, and very exciting, step forward for eighteenth-century scholarship, as it makes the full body of the important work published in the series more visible than ever for today’s readers, and ensures wider and more enduring accessibility for rising and future generations of students and scholars.”
– Professor Gregory Brown (General Editor, Oxford University Studies in the Enlightenment)