Table of Contents : Volumes 19-20 (2016-2017)

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Volume 19

  • Leigh T. I. Penman. Omnium Exposita Rapinæ: The Afterlives of the Papers of Samuel Hartlib
  • Jonathan Senchyne. Paper Nationalism: Material Textuality and Communal Affiliation in Early America
  • Matthew Daniel Eddy. The Interactive Notebook: How Students Learned to Keep Notes during the Scottish Enlightenment
  • Dallas Liddle. The News Machine: Textual Form and Information Function in the London Times, 1785–1885
  • K. A. Manley. Infidel Books and “Factories of the Enlightenment”: Censorship and Surveillance in Subscription and Circulating Libraries in an Age of Revolutions, 1790–1850
  • Anne Peale. Authorship and Authority in Sir John Barrow’s Narrative of the Mutiny on HMS Bounty
  • Kristen Doyle Highland. In the Bookstore: The Houses of Appleton and Book Cultures in Antebellum New York City
  • Helen O’Neill. John Stuart Mill and the London Library: A Victorian Book Legacy Revealed
  • Katherine Bode. Thousands of Titles Without Authors: Digitized Newspapers, Serial Fiction, and the Challenges of Anonymity
  • Jessica Isacc. Graphing the Archives of Nineteenth-Century Amateur Newspapers
  • R. E. Fulton. Donald A. Wollheim’s Authoritative Universe: Editors, Readers, and the Construction of the Science Fiction Paperback, 1926–1969
  • Peter D. McDonald. Semper Aliquid Novi: Reclaiming the Future of Book History from an African Perspective
  • Graziano Krätli. Between Quandary and Squander: A Brief and Biased Inquiry into the Preservation of West African Arabic Manuscripts: The State of the Discipline

Volume 20

  • Kathryn A. Schwartz. Did Ottoman Sultans Ban Print?
  • Matthew Hill. The Book Trade in the Colonial Philippines
  • Tamara L. Hunt. Servants, Masters and Seditious Libel in Eighteenth-Century England
  • Robert Darnton. The Travels of a Publisher’s Sales Rep, 1775–76
  • Gunilla Törnvall. From Copperplate to Color Lithography: On the Modernization of an Illustrated Flora 1800–1900
  • Lori Leavell. Recirculating Black Militancy in Word and Image: Henry Highland Garnet’s “Volume of Fire”
  • Ryan Cordell. “Q i-jtb the Raven”: Taking Dirty OCR Seriously
  • Sarah Bull. Reading, Writing, and Publishing an Obscene Canon: The Archival Logic of the Secret Museum, c. 1860–c. 1900
  • Jack Daniel Webb. The Travelling Travel Narrative: The Communication Circuit of Spenser St. John’s Hayti; or, The Black Republic
  • Molly Des Jardin. Inventing Saikaku: Collectors, Provenance, and the Social Creation of an Author
  • Lucas Dietrich. “At the Dawning of the Twentieth Century”: W.E.B. Du Bois, A.C. McClurg & Co., and the Early Circulation of The Souls of Black Folk
  • Julieanne Lamond. Katherine Cecil Thurston’s John Chilcote, M.P.: Popularity and Literary Value in the Early Twentieth Century
  • Jennifer Nolan. Reading “Babylon Revisited” as a Post Text: F. Scott Fitzgerald, George Horace Lorimer, and the Saturday Evening Post Audience
  • Bronwyn Lowe. “Books That Civilize as Well as Satisfy”: Surveying Children’s Reading Habits in 1940s and 1950s Australia and New Zealand
  • Matthew Franks. From Public Library Prankster to Playwright: Joe Orton and Postwar Britain’s Nanny State
  • Jody Mason. “Capital Intraconversion” and Canadian Literary Prize Culture
  • Jan Hillgaertner. “While all Scholarly Communities have a Forum”: Journals and the Development of Book History in Germany, 1840–2009: The State of the Discipline