Table of Contents : Volumes 21-22 (2018-2019)

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Volume 21

  • Rachel Yuen-Collingridge. Between Autograph and Copy: Writing as Thinking on Papyrus
  • Jeffrey Ryan Harris. The Pilgrim’s Progress in the Huguenot Diaspora: French Protestants and the Transnational Commodification of English Nationalism
  • Alicia C. Montoya, Rindert Jagersma. Marketing Maria Sibylla Merian, 1720–1800: Book Auctions, Gender, and Reading Culture in the Dutch Republic
  • Will B. Mackintosh. The Prehistory of the American Tourist Guidebook
  • Jerome McGann. Composition as Explanation of Moby-Dick
  • Alberto Gabriele. Mary Elizabeth Braddon at the Antipodes: Cosmopolitan Cultural Transfers and the Restructuring of the Nineteenth-Century Book Industry
  • Katherine Wakely-Mulroney. Lewis Carroll’s Taxonomy of Reading
  • Jillian M. Hess. The Scholar’s Scrapbook: Reading Shakespeare in the Nineteenth Century
  • Anna Wager. Photographs, Pens, and Print: William Morris and the Technologies of Typography
  • William Stroebel. Some Assembly Required: Suspending and Extending the Book with Cavafy’s Collections
  • Jamie M. Bolker. Dreiser’s Paper and the Bureaucratization of Identity
  • Josh Lambert. Publishing Jews at Knopf
  • Simone Murray. Reading Online: Updating the State of the Discipline
  • Jordan M. Reed. The History of the Textbook: The State of the Discipline

Volume 22

  • Jaakko Tahkokallio. Counting Scribes: Quantifying the Secularization of Medieval Book Production
  • David Sclar. A Communal Tree of Life: Western Sephardic Jewry and the Library of the Ets Haim Yesiba in Early Modern Amsterdam
  • Angel-Luke O’Donnell. The Politics of the Print Medium: The Professional Code and the 1764 Paxton Boys Debate
  • Markman Ellis. The English Mercurie Hoax and the Early History of the Newspaper
  • Ruth B. Bottigheimer. Reading for Fun in Eighteenth-Century Aleppo: The Hanna Dyâb Tales of Galland’s Mille et une nuits
  • Amy Sopcak-Joseph. Reconstructing and Gendering the Distribution Networks of Godey’s Lady’s Book in the Nineteenth Century
  • Amanda Lastoria. Lewis Carroll, Art Director: Recovering the Design and Production Rationales for Victorian Editions of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland
  • Joe B. Fulton. Mark Twain and “the Pope’s Book”: The Charles Webster Company’s Subscription Publication of the Life of Leo XIII
  • Colette Colligan. Digital Discovery and Fake Imprints: Unmasking Turn-of-the-Century Pornographers in Paris
  • Alexis Weedon. The Origins of the Broadbrow: Hugh Walpole and Russian Modernism in 1917
  • Rodney T. Swan. The Post-Liberation Resurgence of the Livre d’artiste in France: A Quantitative Analysis
  • Kristin L. Matthews. Making Reading Popular: Cold War Literacy and Classics Illustrated
  • Julia Panko. “A New Form of the Book”: Modernism’s Textual Culture and the Microform Moment
  • Rachel Noorda, Stevie Marsden. Twenty-First Century Book Studies: The State of the Discipline