Eighteenth-Century Worlds

Published in collaboration with the University of Liverpool’s Eighteenth-Century Worlds Research Centre.

LUP’s Eighteenth-Century Worlds book series promotes innovative new research in the political, social, economic, intellectual and cultural life of the ‘long’ eighteenth century (c.1650 c.1850), from a variety of historical, theoretical and critical perspectives. Monographs published in the series adopt international, comparative and/or interdisciplinary approaches to the global eighteenth century, in volumes that make the results of specialist research accessible to an informed, but not discipline-specific audience.

Proposals are warmly invited for the series; please contact the commissioning editor with a Proposal Submission Form.

Commissioning Editor: Ally Lee A.J.Lee3@liverpool.ac.uk

Series Editors:
Professor Eve Rosenhaft, University of Liverpool
Professor Mark Towsey, University of Liverpool

Editorial Board:
Professor John Brewer, California Institute of Technology
Dr Franca Dellarosa University of Bari
Professor Ulrike Gleixner, Herzog-August Bibliothek, Wolfenbüttel
Dr Holger Hoock, University of Pittsburgh
Professor Frédéric Ogée, Université Paris Diderot
Professor Simon Schaffer, University of Cambridge
Dr Kate Tunstall, University of Oxford
Professor Howard Weinbrot, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Professor James Van Horn Melton, Emory University
Professor Naomi Tadmor, Lancaster University

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