WELCOME TO ISECS

The International Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies, founded at the initiative of Theodore Besterman, promotes the growth, development and coordination of studies and research relating to the eighteenth century in all aspects of its cultural heritage (historical, philosophical, ideological, religious, linguistic, literary, scientific, artistic, juridical) in all countries, without exception; the Society is non-profit and non-political.

Information sheet (pdf)
Information leaflet (pdf)

PRESIDENCY

Professor Marc André Bernier (Canada) was elected president of ISECS in 2011.

EVENTS

ISECS International Seminars for early career scholars

Manchester,
8-12 September 2014

Arts of Communication: in manuscript, in print, in the arts, and in person

Programme (pdf)

ISECS INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS

International congresses take place every 4 years attracting between 600 and 1,200 participants.

The next congress will be held in Rotterdam in 2015.

NEWS AND UPDATES

Friday, July 4, 2014

Rotterdam 2015
• Second announcement: Call for Proposals, panels/papers/posters

Executive Committee
• New delegate for the Dutch-belgian Society: Inger LEEMANS


Recent updates

Seminars for Early Career Scholars
• Arts of Communication: in manuscript, in print, in the arts, and in person - Manchester, 8-12 September 2014 (Programme)

Publishers - Promotional offers
Oxford University Studies in the Enlightenment: Special offer for ISECS members


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