ECF compiled a list of excellent places to locate public domain eighteenth-century images, with no restrictions on use and no fees. These museums and libraries add new high-resolution images all the time. See the image for the list.
Update on ECF style: while retaining some Canadianisms, such as “characterize” with a Z, ECF primarily refers to OED Online for spelling. Please refer to the helpful ECF journal style document, filled with useful examples, when formatting your article for submission to Eighteenth-Century Fiction. Read the ECF style guidelines in this 5-page pdf file. Les…
Artifacts from the 18th century: visit the ECF Tumblr to see amazing eighteenth-century images. See this image on the ECF Tumblr. These McMaster University archive images from the 18th and early 19th centuries are in the public domain and free to use. The resolution is high enough for most uses, from PowerPoint presentations to print publications.
It is with great sadness that we relate the news of the passing of Dr. David Blewett, the Eighteenth-Century Fiction founding editor in 2015. He was a professor for many years in the Department of English at McMaster University, specializing in 18th-century studies. A funeral was held at the Trinity College Chapel, University of Toronto, at…
Eugenia Zuroski Jenkins, Associate Professor at McMaster University, is now full, sole editor for Eighteenth-Century Fiction.
How ECF submissions are peer reviewed: The ECF editors’ recommended procedure for anonymous evaluation of submissions is available at the University of Toronto Press JOURNALS website. NOTE: The ECF editors do not send out every received manuscript to external peer reviewers; for some submissions, the ECF editors provide in-house peer review.
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