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Hannes Kleineke is a Senior Research Fellow at the History of Parliament, London. He has published extensively on the history of late-medieval England, and is currently researching the stolen libraries of two mid-fifteenth-century Devonshire gentlemen.

Andrew McAinsh is a librarian at the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow.

Anna Swärdh is a Senior Lecturer in English Literature at Karlstad University, Sweden. Her dissertation Rape and Religion in English Renaissance Literature (Uppsala, 2003) studied a number of literary texts against the background of religious controversies in the wake of the English Reformation. She has research interests in late Elizabethan complaint poetry and connections between early-modern England and Sweden, as well as in historical and contemporary adaptations and productions of Shakespeare.

Sarah Wood is Assistant Professor in Middle English Literature at the University of Warwick. She is the author of Conscience and the Composition of Piers Plowman (Oxford, 2012) and co-editor, with Ralph Hanna, of the Early English Text Society’s edition of The Prick of Conscience (Oxford, 2013).

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Roger Gaskell is an antiquarian bookseller specialising in scientific and medical books, and teaches ‘The Illustrated Book to 1800’ at the Rare Book School, University of Virginia.

Angus O’Neill is an antiquarian bookseller based in London.

Mark Rankin is Associate Professor of English at James Madison University, in Harrisonburg, Virginia, USA.

Timothy Whelan is Professor of Early American Literature at Georgia Southern University, and publishes on British Baptist history, Dissenting women writers, and various Romantic literary figures. [End Page 482]

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ISSN
1744-8581
Print ISSN
0024-2160
Pages
p. 482
Launched on MUSE
2016-12-09
Open Access
No
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