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Encyclopaedia entries on book historians and theorists
(© Oxford University Press, 2010)
Precision, consistency and completeness in early-modern playbook manuscripts: the evidence from Thomas of Woodstock and John a Kent and John a Cumber
(Oxford Journals © the author, 2011)
In three influential essays of the 1980s, William B. Long challenged the standard New Bibliographical characterization of early-modern promptbooks and established a new othodoxy (Long 1985b; Long 1985a; Long 1989). Contrary ...
Book review of Andrew Murphy: Shakespeare for the People: Working-class Readers, 1800-1900. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2008.
(© Erich Schmidt Verlag, 2010)
For his account of the entire history of Shakespeare publication (Shakespeare in Print, 2003), Andrew Murphy made detailed study of the nineteenth-century explosion in cheap editions. His new book puts that explosion within ...
Electronic publishing: politics and pragmatics: new technologies in medieval and renaissance studies volume 2
(Iter Inc. and the Arizona Board of Regents for Arizona State University, 2010)
The technologies, economics, and politics of scholarly publication in the humanities look set to change rapidly in the near future. Even if the market for print publication were to remain relatively buoyant, national ...
Introduction: the struggle for Shakespeare's text: twentieth-century editorial theory and practice
(Cambridge University Press, 2010)
We know Shakespeare's writings only from imperfectly-made early editions, from which editors struggle to remove errors. The New Bibliography of the early twentieth century, refined with technological enhancements in the ...
James J. Marino: Owning William Shakespeare: The King's Men and Their Intellectual Property.
(Erich Schmidt Verlag, 2012-01)