In addition to our annual bibliographies, SHARP News will now also publish an annual bibliography focused on dissertations and theses on books, authorship, reading, and publishing. The list is available for browsing and for download as a Zotero file and as PDF.
In addition to our annual bibliographies, SHARP News will now also publish bibliographies focused on specific regions or on specific areas of study. We welcome any suggestions for future topics! This post offers a select bibliography on India and South Asia. Compiled by Cecile Jagodzinski.
Complete bibliography for 2021 listed by regional focus. Compiled by Cecile Jagodzinski. Scroll to bottom to download the PDF version.
In addition to our annual bibliographies, SHARP News will now also publish bibliographies focused on specific regions or on specific areas of study. We welcome any suggestions for future topics! This month we offer a select bibliography on paper and papermaking. Compiled by Cecile Jagodzinski in September 2021.
Heather G. Cole is the Head of Special Collections Instruction and Curator of Literary and Popular Culture Collections at Brown University’s John Hay Library; from 2012 to 2017 she was the Curator of the Theodore Roosevelt Collection at Harvard University. She has continued the work done by R.W.G. (Robert William Glenroie) Vail. He was the Librarian at the museum created by the Roosevelt Memorial Association, after Roosevelt’s death, on the site of his childhood home on 20th Street Manhattan (today the Theodore Roosevelt Birthplace National Historic Site). Vail had first started putting together as many documents on Roosevelt as possible. Later, he decided to begin writing a bibliography of all of Roosevelt’s works. During the 1920s, he wrote to publishers, collaborators and booksellers to find out as much as he could on these works. He could not complete and publish the bibliography, he started working for the New York Public Library in 1937. His work was “recovered” by Heather Cole and brought back to life; what she managed to do was to make all the work previously done, plus new information and research, available to readers and researchers.