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Voltaire Foundation Bulletin (March 2017)

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Welcome to the latest VF Bulletin.



Oxford University Studies in the Enlightenment (previously SVEC):

  • Animals and humans: sensibility and representation, 1650-1820
    Authors examine the dynamics of animal–human relations as embodied in the literature, art, farming practices, natural history, religion and philosophy of the long eighteenth century, uncovering the roots of much of our current thinking on interspecies morality and animal welfare.
    2017:04, ISBN 978-0-7294-1193-6, pbk/broché, x+324 pages, 19 ills
    Forthcoming April 2017
  Oxford Studies in the Enlightenment cover

Complete works of Voltaire / Œuvres complètes de Voltaire:

  • Volume 12: Siècle de Louis XIV (II): Listes et ‘Catalogue des écrivains’
    Ed. DIEGO VENTURINO et al.
    This is the fifth of six volumes of Voltaire’s Siècle de Louis XIV to be published by the Voltaire Foundation, in collaboration with the Centre de recherche du château de Versailles. The reign of Louis XIV (the Sun King) defined the era of the ‘Grand siècle’ and saw France rise to become the dominant player on the European stage. Voltaire’s seminal work is both a milestone in his career as a historian-philosopher and a monument of eighteenth-century historiography.
    ISBN 978-0-7294-1147-9, hbk/relié, c.550 pages, 19 ills
    Forthcoming May 2017

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