Free access to special issue of Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies

To celebrate the Enlightenment Senses? conference the British Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies are offering a special issue of the Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies for free for the whole of June!

The special issue on The Senses, 35:4, 2012, will be available for free access on the Wiley online library for the whole of June 2014. Also available for free will be an article by one of the conference organisers, William Tullett, on ‘Perfume, Identity and Public Space in Eighteenth-Century England’ which is currently on early view.

To access the special issue and article on perfume just go to the following links:

The Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies, 35:4, 2012, Special Issue: The Senses. Guest edited by Jonathan Reinarz and Leonard Schwarz.

William. Tullett, ‘The Macaroni’s ‘Ambrosial Essences’: Perfume, Identity and Public Space in Eighteenth-Century England’, Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies, early view online, 2014.

To register for the conference please go to:

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/enlightenment-senses-eighteenth-century-sensoriums-theory-experience-tickets-10973715679

Please see below for a link to the programme:

Final Programme

 

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