The Southeastern American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies is an interdisciplinary society promoting the interchange of ideas and information on the culture, history, literature, philosophy, politics, music, economics, architecture, art, medicine, and science of the eighteenth-century world.

Membership is open to any person or institution interested in the eighteenth century. Most members live in the region comprising North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee, Kentucky, Alabama, Florida, Mississippi, and Louisiana. Others come from all over the United States and Canada.

Members receive an informative and entertaining quarterly newsletter and the opportunity to present papers and recitals at the annual meeting, as well as the opportunity to submit articles to the Society-sponsored journal, XVIII New Perspectives on the Eighteenth Century.

Registration for Membership: The annual membership period runs from conference to conference (approximately March to March) and is available through online conference registration in the fall at