The editors welcome contributions in all areas of the "long-eighteenth-century" culture outside North America-art, cultural studies, history, literature, music, science, and so on. To speed the reviewing process, essays sent for consideration should be e-mailed, in either Word or WordPerfect (or, if necessary, mailed on a disk). All refereeing is done "in blind." Eighteenth-Century Life follows The Chicago Manual of Style (15th edn.), with a few house variations. Please check the Submission Guidelines and Style Guide for complete information about house style.
Among Eighteenth-Century Life's noteworthy regular features are its film forums, its review essays, its special issues, and the longest and most eclectic lists of books received of any journal in the field.
Eighteenth-Century Life is published three times a year in winter, spring, and fall by Duke University Press.