Free access to the Orlando textbase during Women’s History Month

March 05 2024

To mark Women’s History Month, users can enjoy free access to Orlando: Women’s Writing in the British Isles from the Beginnings to the Present. Search the Orlando textbase here:

Share Your News on the New CSECS Website

March 01 2024

Have you just published a book? Are you looking to disseminate a call for papers or announce a conference? The Canadian Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies invites its members to submit their news for dissemination on the website and in the newsletter

CSECS Equity, diversity and inclusion Action Plan

February 29 2024

The Canadian Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies invites interested members to volunteer and join a new ad hoc committee whose mandate is to assist with the preparation of an action plan on equity, diversity, and inclusion.

New Membership Platform

February 28 2024

Your CSECS membership and the renewal of your membership can now be done through the new platform that we launched last spring. You can log in anytime to your profile to pay your annual dues, update your preference, choose the language for our communications, and register for the conference.

Fagel Collection Postdoctoral Research Fellow position (Trinity College Dublin)

February 21 2024

The Library of Trinity College Dublin is looking to hire a full-time Postdoctoral Research Fellow to conduct research into the Fagel collection for one year. The closing date for applications is 11 March.

Call for applications | D.W. Smith Fellowship 2024

February 21 2024

Applications are now open for the 2024 D.W. Smith Fellowship. Applications may be submitted until April 30 2024.

ISECS Financial Appeal

January 27 2024

The International Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies (ISECS) is inviting all individual and institutional members of its constituent societies to make a donation and support its mission of promoting the growth and development of studies and research relating to the eighteenth century.

Now Available: Eighteenth-Century Fiction Vol. 36, No 1

January 18 2024

The initial segment of this two-part special issue, titled "Refusing 18th-Century Fictions" and edited by Manu Samriti Chander, Eugenia Zuroski, is now accessible online.

Lumen no. 41

November 09 2023

Issue no. 41 of Lumen is now available online.

Madoff and Grundy prizes - the best essays of 2021

September 28 2023

It is our great pleasure to give these awards for the best essays from issue 41 (2021) of our journal Lumen.

CSECS Awards 2023

September 05 2023

It is our great pleasure to announce the names of the D.W. Smith fellowship and Tom Keymer Award recipients for 2023.