Eighteenth-Century Worlds: research monograph series
- Siobhán McIlvanney, Figurations of the Feminine in the Early French Women’s Press, 1758–1848 (Liverpool; Liverpool University Press, 2019)
- John Baskerville: Art and Industry of the Enlightenment, edited by Caroline Archer-Parré and Malcolm Dick (Liverpool; Liverpool University Press, 2017).
- Franca Dellarosa, Talking Revolution: Edward Rushton’s Rebellious Poetics, 1782–1814 (Liverpool; Liverpool University Press, 2014)
- Britain's Soldiers: Rethinking War and Society, 1715 - 1815, edited by Kevin Linch and Mathew McCormack (Liverpool; Liverpool University Press, 2014).
- Civilians and War in Europe 1618–1815, edited by Erica Charters, Eve Rosenhaft and Hannah Smith (Liverpool; Liverpool University Press, Hardcover 2012; Paperback 2014).
- Craig Bailey, Irish London: Middle-Class Migration in the Global Eighteenth-Century(Liverpool; Liverpool University Press, 2013).
- Sheryllyne Haggerty, 'Merely for Money'?: Business Culture in the British Atlantic, 1750 - 1815(Liverpool; Liverpool University Press, 2012).
- News from Abroad: Letters Written by British Travellers on the Grand Tour, 1728 - 1771, edited by James T. Boulton and T. O. Loughlin (Liverpool; Liverpool University Press, 2012).
Eighteenth-Century Worlds Research Monograph Series (in conjunction with Liverpool University Press)
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 will usually 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 us with a Proposal Submission Form:
For further information, or to express an interest in publishing in the series, please email Commissioning Editor, Emma Burridge (email@example.com)
More information about Eighteenth-Century Worlds publications:
See our main page on the Liverpool University Press website.