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July 2019: 18th Connect at ISECS!

In July of 2019, The British Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies hosted the ISECS International Congress on the Enlightenment at the University of Edinburgh. The theme of the congress was “Enlightenment Identities,” and ISECS welcomed a wide range of submissions on the topic. We are pleased to announce that 18th Connect was represented at this conference! […]

TCP and Gale Cengage release 2,200 ECCO Texts to the public

Gale Cengage and the ECCO Text Creation Partnership have agreed to release 2,231 eighteenth-century texts to anyone who wishes to have them.  You can search through those 18thCentury texts here at 18thConnect.org by word or phrase: go to the search page, select “ECCO” under “Other Digital Collections” as one of your search facets (by clicking […]

Planned site maintenance

  The state tinkers, by James Gillray (1780) Access to 18thConnect will be intermittent between the hours of 5p.m. and midnight (EST) tonight, March 9, in order for us to complete some upgrades and refinements to the site. Please bear with us as we work to make 18thConnect faster and easier to use!  

18thConnect and Zotero

Over a the NINES blog, a new feature of Collex (the software that powers both NINES and 18thConnect) has been unveiled: Zotero-friendly metadata is now served up for each object in the shared index. If you are a Firefox user and you’ve installed Zotero as a plug-in, a little folder icon will appear in the […]

Introducing 18thConnect

We are happy to announce the launch of NINES’ sister site, 18thConnect. To learn more about the project and its goals, see the What Is 18thConnect page.