The Enlightenment WorldEdited by Martin Fitzpatrick, Peter Jones, Christina Knellwolf & Iain McCalman
The Enlightenment World offers an informed, comprehensive and up-to-date analysis of the European Enlightenment (circa. 1720-1800) as both an historical epoch and a cultural formation. The chapters are written by leading international experts and represent the most cutting-edge research within the field. This prestigious collection begins with the intellectual origins of the Enlightenment, and spans early Enlightenment formations to both contemporary and modern critics of the Enlightenment.
Themes include The High Enlightenment, Polite Culture and the Arts, Reforming the World, Material and Popular Culture and Transformations and Explorations, and the work covers topics as diverse as government, fashion, craftsmen and artisans, philanthropy, cross-cultural encounters, feminism, censorship, science and education.
This volume will provide essential reading for all students of the Enlightenment.
Publisher: Routledge, 2004
ISBN: 0415215757, 9780415215756
Length: 714 pages