The ARTFL Project is proud to announce a new collaborative research space on the digital edition of the Encyclopédie entitled Working Papers. Here we hope to assemble some of the most recent scholarly work in and around the Encyclopédie in a variety of formats: long-form papers, presentations, slides, short papers, projects and papers in progress, etc., all of which attest to the vibrancy and relevancy of Encyclopédie studies in the digital age. We welcome appropriate submissions all all sorts, and in particular those that deal with the co-evolution of the Encyclopédie as both an historical, and now digital, artefact. Please contact the editors with any inquires.
Our first submissions were drawn from 2013's Diderot centenary conference: Chantiers des Lumières : L’Encyclopédie de Diderot et D’Alembert à l’âge de la numérisation. Colloque international, Paris VII-Denis Diderot, 28-29 mars 2013 website. These contributions represent current research approaches to the Encyclopédie by eminent scholars working in the domains of 18th-century studies and the digital humanities: