Table of Contents : Volumes 11-12 (2008-2009)

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Volume 11

  • Joanne Filippone Overty. The Cost of Doing Scribal Business: Prices of Manuscript Books in England, 1300-1483
  • Margaret Schotte. “Books for the Use of the Learned and Studious”: William London’s catalogue of Most Vendible Books
  • Nicole Howard. Marketing Longitude: Clocks, Kings, Courtiers, and Christiaan Huygens
  • Mark R. M. Towsey. “Patron of Infidelity”: Scottish Readers Respond to David Hume, c. 1750-c. 1820
  • Ross Alloway. Cadell and the Crash
  • David Faflik. Authorship, Ownership, and the Case for Charles Anderson Chester
  • Lize Kriel. From Private Journal to Published Periodical: Gendered Writings and Readings of a Late Victorian Wesleyan’s “African Wilderness”
  • Janice Cavell. In the margins: Regimental History and a Veteran’s Narrative of the First World War
  • Mary A. Nocholas and Cynthia A. Ruder. In Search of the Collective Author: Fact and Fiction from the Soviet 1930s
  • Robert Franciosi. Designing John Hersey’s The Wall: W. A. Dwiggins, George Salter, and the Challenges of American Holocaust Memory
  • Trysh Travis. The Women in Print Movement: History and Implications
  • The State of the Discipline:
    Matt Cohen. The History of the Book in New England

Volume 12

  • Elizabeth Yale. With Slips and Scraps: How Early Modern Naturalists Invented the Archive
  • Jeffrey Todd Knight. “Furnished” for Auction: Renaissance Books as Furniture
  • Sharon Murphy. Imperial Reading? The East India Company’s Lending Libraries for Soldiers, c. 1819-1834
  • Emily B. Todd. Establishing Routes for Fiction in the United States: Walter Scott’s Novels and the Early Nineteenth-Century American Publishing Industry
  • Teresa A. Goddu. The Antislavery Almanac and the Discourse of Numeracy
  • Mike Esbester. Nineteenth-Century Timetables and the History of Reading
  • Michael Anesko. Collected Editions and the Consolidation of Cultural Authority: The Case of Henry James
  • Jennifer J. Connor. Stalwart Giants: Medical Cosmopolitanism, Canadian Authorship, and American Publishers
  • Kathleen McDowell. Toward a History of Children as Readers, 1890-1930
  • Claire Parfait. Rewriting History: The Publication of W.E.B. DuBois’s Black Reconstruction in America (1935)
  • Alice Staveley. Marketing Virginia Woolf: Women, War, and Public Relations in Three Guineas
  • The State of the Discipline:
    Ben Kafka. Paperwork