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Oxford University Studies in the Enlightenment is dedicated to eighteenth-century research.

Since its inception as Studies on Voltaire and the Eighteenth Century in 1955, nearly 550 books have been published within the series. Strongly international in focus, 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 • Women’s studies

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An international team of scholars assures the academic quality of our books.

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Online index

Access the dedicated thematic index of our books in the SVEC series, 1955-2013.

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General enquiries may be sent to our Administrator, series-specific enquiries to the Oxford University Studies in the Enlightenment (previously SVEC) team.

Published and forthcoming

Just published

L’Expérience de la perte autour du ‘moment 1800’

Cover of OSE volume just published Philip Knee La culture de la perte naît autour du ‘moment 1800’ – l’époque où une nouvelle appréhension de l’historicité émerge. Philip Knee examine cette expérience chez quelques écrivains soucieux de l’héritage religieux qui les habite après la Révolution.

Coming soon

Interpreting the ‘ancien régime’: David Bien

Cover of OSE volume coming soon Ed. Rafe Blaufarb, Michael S. Christopherson, Darrin M. McMahon David Bien’s empirically grounded approach made him a central figure in the ‘revisionist’ debates on the origins of the French Revolution. The editors bring together for the first time in one accessible volume his most important articles, other previously unpublished essays and an interview transcript.

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