Founded in 1889, The AMS Press of New York is a leading publisher of high-quality
academic books, serials, and research resources. The AMS Press has an especially distinguished line in the area of long-eighteenth-century studies. Its list of serials includes 1650-1850: Ideas, Aesthetics, and Inquiries in the Early Modern Era, The Age of Johnson, Eighteenth-Century Women, Eighteenth-Century Thought, and The Eighteenth-Century Novel. Its booklist includes numerous important series, including "Studies in the Eighteenth Century," "British Ideas and Issues," selected numbers of "The Augustan Reprint Society," "The Stoke Newington Edition of Daniel Defoe," and "The Clarissa Project." In 1981, AMS Press assumed its current place in the long publication history of the ECCB, which began as a program of the scholarly periodical Philological Quarterly in the 1920s, for a time was published by The American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies, and has been associated with numerous prestigious universities, professional organizations, and editorial staffs. The AMS Press maintains an ambitious program of publishing the best in early-modern studies.