This experimental blog is part of a transnational collaborative research project on “Languages of Reform in Eighteenth-Century Europe”. Between 2014 and 2016, the participants of this project meet once a year to discuss their research. This blog has a threefold purpose:
- It showcases the research in progress of our collaborative project.
- It is a platform for continuing the participant’s discussions also in between the yearly meetings.
- It serves as information hub for researchers interested in the topic and invites them to join our network.
The different categories of this blog cater to these functions, with a public area to provide general information, to present and discuss results, and with a private area to discuss the participating researchers’ work-in-progress.