Eighteenth-Century Ireland

Eighteenth-Century Ireland

  • ISSN (Online) : 2753-9725
  • ISSN (Print) : 0790-7915
  • Language : English
  • Language : Irish
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Liverpool University Press are delighted to announce a new publishing partnership with the Eighteenth Century Ireland Society, to publish the journal, Eighteenth-Century Ireland / Iris an dá chultúr from 2021.

The Eighteenth-Century Ireland Society (ECIS) is a constituent society of the International Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies (ISECS) and has members across the island of Ireland and overseas. Membership of the society is open to all. Join the Eighteenth-Century Ireland Society.

Founded in 1986, Eighteenth-Century Ireland / Iris an dá chultúr (ISSN: 0790-7915) is a multi-disciplinary journal devoted to the publication of new and cutting edge research on the Irish experience in the eighteenth century. 

The journal is received by libraries, booksellers, museums, archives, universities and other educational institutions. It is published annually and is distributed to all current members of the Society.

Code of Conduct

LUP is committed to maintaining the highest ethical standards. We therefore ask that all contributors and reviewers adhere to the COPE Core Practices. More info can be found on the COPE website.

Dr. Christina Morin, General Editor (Literature)
Christina lectures in English at the University of Limerick and specialises in Romantic-era Irish gothic and Irish women's writing. She is the author of The Gothic Novel in Ireland, c. 1760-1829 (2018) and is currently editing, with Jarlath Killeen, Irish Gothic: an Edinburgh Companion. 

Dr. Suzanne Forbes, General Editor (History) 

Suzanne is a member of the History Department at the Open University. Her research interests center on Irish political culture and she is the author of Print and Party Politics in Ireland, 1689-1714 (Palgrave, 2018).

Prof. Ciarán Mac Murchaidh, Irish Language Editor

Ciarán is Head of School in Fiontar & Scoil na Gaeilge at Dublin City University. He is primarily interested in eighteenth-century religious prose in Irish, especially the sermon genre. His publications include a co-edited collection, with Prof. James Kelly, Irish and English: essays on the Irish linguistic and cultural frontier, 1600-1900 (Four Courts, 2012).

We are currently accepting contributions (of approximately 8,000 words) in English or in Irish for the 2021 volume of the journal.  

Contributions should be sent to editors@ecis.ie

Contributions should be accompanied by: 1) a brief biography and  2) an abstract in English (or in English and Irish) of approximately 150 words. 

All contributions to the journal should conform to the MHRA Style Guide, which may be downloaded from the MHRA website (http://www.mhra.org.uk)

Download the Guidelines for Contributors.

All contributions will be reviewed by two external referees.

Subscription Rates
1 issue per year (standard subscription online access from 2017)

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Individuals: Members of the Eighteenth Century Ireland Society receive the journal as part of their membership. Join here: https://www.ecis.ie/membership/ 

How to subscribe  
Please contact subscriptions@liverpool.ac.uk or telephone +44 (0)151 795 1080.

Book Reviews
If you have recently published a book with a focus on the Irish experience in the eighteenth century and would like to arrange for us to review a copy, or if you are interested in writing a review of a particular title, please contact the journal editors at editors@ecis.ie.

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Editorial correspondence should be sent to the editors at: editors@ecis.ie.

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Available Content

Volume 36 (2021)
Volume 35 (2020)
Volume 34 (2019)
Volume 33 (2018)
Volume 32 (2017)
Volume 31 (2016)
Volume 30 (2015)
Volume 29 (2014)
Volume 28 (2013)
Volume 27 (2012)
Volume Special issue (2011)
Volume 26 (2011)
Volume 25 (2010)
Volume 24 (2009)
Volume 23 (2008)
Volume 22 (2007)
Volume 21 (2006)
Volume 20 (2005)
Volume 19 (2004)
Volume 18 (2003)
Volume 17 (2002)
Volume 16 (2001)
Volume 15 (2000)
Volume 14 (1999)
Volume 13 (1998)
Volume 12 (1997)
Volume 11 (1996)
Volume 10 (1995)
Volume 9 (1994)
Volume 8 (1993)
Volume 7 (1992)
Volume 6 (1991)
Volume 5 (1990)
Volume 4 (1989)
Volume 3 (1988)
Volume 2 (1987)
Volume 1 (1986)