- Notes on Contributors
Richard Serjeantson is a Fellow and Director of Studies in History at Trinity College, Cambridge. Together with Dr Angus Vine, he is editing Volume iii of the Oxford Francis Bacon, a new complete edition of Bacon's writings produced under the Directorship of Prof. Graham Rees. This study arises from that work.
Thomas Woolford worked on the article included in this issue whilst holding an undergraduate Summer Research Studentship awarded by Trinity College, Cambridge. He is now undertaking doctoral research at Cambridge on the topic of natural theology and natural philosophy between 1570 and 1630.
Nancy A. Mace is Professor of English at the U. S. Naval Academy. She is the author of Henry Fielding's Novels and the Classical Tradition (Delaware, 1996) and has published widely on book and music publishing. She is currently working on a project about British music publishing and copyright in the late eighteenth century.
Alexander Wilkinson is Director of the Centre for the History of the Media at University College Dublin. Earlier versions of this article were delivered as papers to the Society for the Study of French History Conference held in St Andrews in July 2007 and to the British and Irish Research Seminar at Trinity College, Dublin in October 2007.
Peter Davison was the Bibliographical Society's President, 1992-94, and was awarded its Gold Medal in 2003. His edition of George Orwell's diaries is due in September 2009.
Alexander Andrée is an Assistant Professor of Palaeography and Medieval Latin at the Centre for Medieval Studies in the University of Toronto.
R. M. Thomson, Professor of Medieval History at the University of Tasmania, has published widely on books, libraries and learning in medieval England.
Arnold Hunt is a Curator of Modern Historical Manuscripts at the British Library.
John L. Flood is Emeritus Professor of German in the University of London and a past president of the Bibliographical Society.
Sarah Bendall is Fellow Librarian, Fellow Archivist, and Development Director of Emmanuel College, Cambridge. She is working on a new [End Page 233] edition of the Dictionary of Land Surveyors and Local Map-Makers of Great Britain and Ireland, 1530-1850.
Antony Griffiths is Keeper of the Department of Prints and Drawings in the British Museum.
Andrew Pettegree is Head of the School of History, University of St Andrews, and Founding Director of the St Andrews Reformation Studies Institute.
Neil Harris is Professor of Bibliography and Library Studies at the University of Udine in Italy.
Leslie McGrath is the head of the Osborne Collection of Early Children's Books, Toronto Public Library.
Julian Roberts is the retired Deputy Librarian of the Bodleian Library, and Emeritus Fellow of Wolfson College, Oxford.