Librarians using Electronic Enlightenment

With thousands of correspondents, tens of thousands of documents and hundreds of thousands of scholarly notes, all fully interlinked and cross-searchable in multiple ways, EE offers the reader unrivalled access to the letters and lives of the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries.

We provide MARC records to make the letter-writers in EE more visible to your users.

We have resources to help publicize EE in the library and to add short-cuts from your web pages to EE's search pages:

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Content included in EE

For a listing of content now published in Electronic Enlightenment, as well as content that is in preparation, please see: current content and forthcoming content.

Technical information

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Guided tours

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