Submission Guidelines for Eighteenth-Century Life
We use endnotes, not footnotes, and we do not use a “works cited” list. Superscripts (using arabic numbers, not Roman numerals, which is Word’s batty default) should appear only at the ends of sentences. For a first citation, please give full bibliographical information in the endnote. For subsequent citations, use parenthetical references in the text, giving the minimum amount of information necessary for clarity, which is often just a page number in parentheses (without “p.” or “pp.”). If necessary, include author as well as page number; if that is not sufficient for clarity, then author, short title, and page number. In the endnotes, however, subsequent references should be author, short title, page number.
Please see our Style Guide for more detailed information, available online and in printable format.
Please send submissions and editorial correspondence to:
Cederic D. Reverand II
University of Wyoming
Department of English - 3353
1000 E. University Ave.
Laramie, WY 82071-2000
Please send books for review to:
Professor Adam Potkay
Department of English
P.O. Box 8795
The College of William & Mary
Williamsburg, VA 23187-8795
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Eighteenth-Century Life is published three times a year in winter, spring, and fall by Duke University Press.
Eighteenth-Century Life regularly prints black-and-white illustrations (and sometimes illustrations in color, although this occurs as a “special case” rather than ordinarily).
Those who want their essays accompanied by illustrations should be aware that authors are responsible for securing permissions, and since this takes time, we recommend that this be arranged before submitting the article. High-resolution digital images should be submitted by e-mail along with the essay so that we can include them when we e-mail the ms. to referees. Again, it is best to arrange for this before the essay is submitted.