Eighteenth-Century Thought is an international, interdisciplinary annual founded for the purpose of advancing the study of the long eighteenth century from c. 1650 to the end of the Atlantic and European Revolution-ary Era (c. 1750–1850). The annual publishes research pertinent to the fields of Revolutionary Europe, the history of the Atlantic world, the En-lightenment, the globalization of thought and culture between c. 1650–1850, the history of political thought and philosophy, eighteenth-century cultural and literary studies, history of science, legal history, the intersec-tion of Enlightenment and religion, as well as economic thought and the human sciences as they were conceived and pursued from the middle seventeenth century to the early nineteenth century.
Eighteenth-Century Thought is a refereed, peer-reviewed journal with an internationally renowned review board. All submissions are subject to editorial review and review by outside readers. The journal is abstracted and indexed in Book Review Index, International Political Science Ab-stracts, The Philosopher’s Index, Religion Index One, Sociological Ab-stracts, Humanities Index, Social Sciences Index, and Index to Legal Periodicals.
Instructions for authors:
Submissions should be emailed as .doc or .docx files by November 1, 2016 to editorECT@gmail.com and should not exceed 10,000 words (text and notes inclusive). All footnote references must follow the most recent edition of The Chicago Manual of Style, and the author should only be identified on a separate cover page. Finally, authors must in-clude a 250-word abstract, pending acceptance for publication.
David A. Meola, Ph. D.
Bert & Fanny Meisler Assistant Professor of History & Jewish Studies
University of South Alabama