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Volume 7, Number 1, 2012

Table of Contents

Transitions

pp. 1-2

Historical Perspectives on Digital Editing

Introduction: Historical Perspectives on Digital Editing

pp. 3-4

Cold War Legacies in Digital Editing

pp. 5-17

The Digital Edition and the Digital Humanities

pp. 18-28

Digital Editing with the TEI Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow

pp. 29-41

Northern Book Cultures

Northern Book Cultures: Introduction

pp. 42-49

"Thair is mair constancie in o[u]r sex / Then euer ama[n]g men hes bein": The Metaphysics of Authorship in the Maitland Quarto Manuscript (ca. 1586)

pp. 50-76

The Familial, Professional, and Literary Contexts of Edinburgh, National Archives of Scotland, Manuscript RH 13/35

pp. 77-96

The Maitland and the Sinclair Families: The Chronicles of Scotland and its Early Modern Readers

pp. 97-106

"Kyndness of blude": Kinship, Patronage, and Politics in Gavin Douglas

pp. 107-120

The Campbells: Lordship, Literature, and Liminality

pp. 121-157

Lord William Howard of Naworth (1563-1640): Antiquary, Book Collector, and Owner of the Scottish Devotional Manuscript British Library, Arundel 285

pp. 158-175

Northern Magnates and their Books

pp. 176-186

Anglo-American Review Essay

A Revised Edition of the Manly-Rickert Text of the Canterbury Tales (review)

pp. 187-197

Anglo-American Reviews

Stanzas In Meditation: The Corrected Edition (review)

pp. 198-205

Divine Art, Infernal Machine: The Reception of Printing in the West from First Impressions to the Sense of an Ending (review)

pp. 205-207

Poetry, Pictures, and Popular Publishing: The Illustrated Gift Book and Victorian Visual Culture 1855-1875 (review)

pp. 208-210

A Novel Marketplace: Mass Culture, the Book Trade, and Postwar American Fiction (review)

pp. 210-213

Contributors

pp. 214-216

Research Areas

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