June’s Featured Collection: Romantic Circles
By Elizabeth Brissey on June 1, 2020
18thConnect.org’s featured collection is Romantic Circles, a refereed scholarly website devoted to the study of Romantic-period literature and culture provided by the University of Maryland. They currently serve approximately 3.5 million pages to viewers across the globe and have been consistently recognized over the years for their service to education in the humanities. Content from […]
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Eighteenth-Century Poetry Archive: Now on 18th Connect
By Elizabeth Brissey on January 24, 2020
Please join us in welcoming the Eighteenth-Century Poetry Archive (ECPA) to the 18th Connect collection! ECPA provides an open-access digital archive of high-quality primary and secondary sources. Their full-text collection is edited and annotated as a collaborative effort, with a large network of editors, scholars, and students dedicated to collaborating and sharing texts. ECPA also […]
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January Roundup: Happy Birthday Mozart!
By Elizabeth Brissey on January 13, 2020
The images in this gallery celebrate the life of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, whose 264th birthday occurs on January 27th. Mozart began composing from the age of 5 and composed over 600 works throughout the course of his short life. His work is considered archetypical of the Classical style, spanning many genres including symphony, opera, solo […]
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18th Connect Was at Behn/ Burney 2019!
By Elizabeth Brissey on November 30, 2019
In November of 2019, the Auburn University College of Liberal Arts hosted the biennial joint meeting of the Aphra Behn and Frances Burney Societies. The theme of the conference was “Public Good(s),” and scholars presented a wide range of conferences and workshops that engaged with the questions surrounding public engagement and advocacy, both historically and […]
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July 2019: 18th Connect at ISECS!
By Elizabeth Brissey on October 7, 2019
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! […]
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New journal: The Digital Defoe
By Dana Wheeles on June 15, 2010
A new digital journal is available out of Illinois State, the Digital Defoe. “Digital Defoe takes its cue from Defoe and invites a range of genres. While the journal includes traditional academic articles, it also publishes reflective personal essays, which rarely find a place in peer-reviewed scholarship, as well as new types of digital scholarship […]
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