Publications play an essential role in the strong research mission of the Center. Its conferences and workshops present the latest research in the early modern period (1600–1800) or in some of the special areas represented in the Clark Library's collections, such as British literature and history, Oscar Wilde, and fine printing. The Center makes known the results of these Center and Clark conferences to the larger scholarly public in two ways: The UCLA Center/Clark Series and individual volumes of its proceedings.

The UCLA Center/Clark Series:
This series of volumes, published by the University of Toronto Press in association with the UCLA Center for Seventeenth- and Eighteenth-Century Studies and the William Andrews Clark Memorial Library, is dedicated to collections of papers derived from major academic conferences sponsored by the Center and the Clark. The first volume in this series appeared in 2003. Listings of past volumes in the series can be examined through our past publications page.

Individual volumes:
Conference proceedings not chosen for the Series are issued in individual volumes by a number of other academic presses. Publishing the papers of Center and Clark conference proceedings began in 1993, at the conclusion of the Clark Library Seminar Papers series. Such conference volumes can be explored through the listings below and through our past publications page.

In addition to the Center’s own publication program, visiting scholars, specialists, and many recipients of the Center’s resident fellowship awards produce printed works based on their research in the Clark Library’s rich and continually expanding collections.

The following links provide listings for the most recent volumes associated with the Clark and the Center:

Volumes Published & In Press 2012–2013

Volumes Published & In Press 2011–2012

Volumes Published & In Press 2010–2011