Table of Contents : Volumes 09-10 (2006-2007)

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Volume 09

  • Sarah Covington. Paratextual Strategies in Thieleman van Braght’s Martyrs’ Mirror
  • Emma Jay. Queen Caroline’s Library and its European Contexts
  • Jeff Loveland. Unifying Knowledge and Dividing Disciplines: The Development of Treatises in the Encyclopaedia Britannica
  • Melissa Free. Un-Erasing Crusoe: Farther Adventures in the Nineteenth Century
  • Andie Tucher. Reporting for Duty: The Bohemian Brigade, the Civil War, and the Social Construction of the Reporter
  • Ellen Gruber Garvey. Anonymity, Authorship, and Recirculation: A Civil War Episode
  • Bernadette A. Lear. Book History in Scarlet Letters: The Beginning and Growth of a College Yearbook during the Gilded Age
  • Emily Oswald. Imagining Race: Illustrating the Poems of Paul Laurence Dunbar
  • Ronald Jenn. From American Frontier to European Borders: Publishing French Translations of Mark Twain’s Novels Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn (1884-1963)
  • Michelle Denise Smith. Soup Cans and Love Slaves: National Politics and Cultural Authority in the Editing and Authorship of Canadian Pulp Magazines
  • The State of the Discipline:
    David S. Miall. Empirical Approaches to Studying Literary Readers

Volume 10

  • Laura Cruz. The Secrets of Success: Microinventions and Bookselling in the Seventeenth-Century Netherlands
  • Jeffrey Glover. Thomas Lechford’s Plain Dealing: Censorship and Cosmopolitan Print Culture in the English Atlantic
  • Richard Yeo. Lost Encyclopedias: Before and After the Enlightenment
  • Keri A. Berg. Contesting the Page: The Author and the Illustrator in France, 1830-1848
  • Matt Miller. Composing the First Leaves of Grass: How Whitman Used His Early Notebooks
  • Solveig C. Robinson. “Sir, It is an Outrage”: George Bentley, Robert Black, and the Condition of the Mid-List Author in Victorian Britain
  • Shafquat Towheed. Geneva v. St. Petersburg: Two Concepts of Literary Property and the Material Lives of Books in Under Western Eyes
  • Erin A. Smith. “‘What Would Jesus Do?”: The Social Gospel and the Literary Marketplace
  • Matthew C. Fishburn. Books are Weapons: Wartime Responses to the Nazi Bookfires of 1933
  • The State of the Discipline:
  • Cynthia Brokaw. Book History in Premodern China
  • Christopher A. Reed. Modern Chinese Print and Publishing Culture