Table of Contents : Volumes 17-18 (2014-2015)

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Volume 17

  • Lianbin Dai. China’s Bibliographic Tradition and the History of the Book
  • Sebouh D. Aslanian. Port Cities and Printers: Reflections on Early Modern Global Armenian Print Culture
  • Meaghan J. Brown. “The Hearts of All Sorts of People Were Enflamed”: Manipulating Readers of Spanish Armada News
  • Albert A. Palacios. Preventing “Heresy”: Censorship and Privilege in Mexican Publishing, 1590–1612
  • Clayton McCarl. Ghost Journeys and Phantom Books: Francisco de Seyxas y Lovera’s Elusive Library of Pirates
  • Scott McLaren. Brandishing their Grey Goose Quills: The Struggle to Publish an Official Life of John Wesley, 1791–1805
  • Molly O’Hagan Hardy. Figures of Authorship in Mathew Carey’s Transatlantic Yellow Fever Pamphlets.
  • John L. Dwiggins. A Traveler’s Guide to the American Military Establishment: The U.S. Military Academy at West Point as Viewed Through Antebellum American Travel Literature, 1820–1860
  • Shane Malhotra. “If She Escapes She Will Publish Everything”: Lady Sale and the Media Frenzy of the First Anglo-Afghan War (1839–1842)
  • Rachael Scarborough King. Letters from the Highlands: Scribal Publication and Media Shift in Victorian Scotland
  • Chris Louttit. “A Favour on the Million”: The Household Edition, the Cheap Reprint, and the Posthumous Illustration and Reception of Charles Dickens
  • Simon Frost. Economising in Public: Publishing History as a Challenge to Scientific Method
  • Jose Bellido. The Editorial Quest for International Copyright (1886–1896)
  • Matthew Kirschenbaum, Sarah Werner. Digital Scholarship and Digital Studies: The State of the Discipline

Volume 18

  • W. McCutcheon. Silent Reading in Antiquity and the Future History of the Book
  • Anthony McGrath. Using Religious Art as Pictorial Evidence for Medieval Book History
  • Gillian Wright. Delight in Good Books: Family, Devotional Practice, and Textual Circulation in Sarah Savage’s Diaries
  • Elizabeth Della Zazzera. Translating Revolutionary Time: French Republican Almanacs in the United States
  • Amanda Watson. Shared Reading at a Distance: The Commonplace Books of the Stockton Family, 1812–40
  • Devin Griffiths. The Radical’s Catalogue: Antonio Panizzi, Virginia Woolf, and the British Museum Library’s Catalogue of Printed Books
  • Bernadette A. Lear. Libraries and Reading Culture at the Carlisle Indian Industrial School, 1879–1918
  • Sydney Bufkin. Resisting Naturalism: Purpose and Literary Value in the Reception of Frank Norris’s The Octopus
  • Ashley Squires. All the News Worth Reading: The Christian Science Monitor and the Professionalization of Journalism
  • John B. Hench. The Publishers Who Lunch: The Social Networking of American Book Publishers
  • Evelyn Ellerman. “Who Should You Write For?”: Competing Spheres of Print Culture Production in Colonial Papua and New Guinea
  • Elizabeth Yale. The History of Archives: The State of the Discipline