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  • Contributors

Karen Attar is the Curator of Rare Books and University Art at Senate House Library and a Research Fellow at the Insitute of English Studies, School of Advanced Study, both of the University of London.

Geoffrey Day was formerly Fellows' Librarian, Winchester College.

Andrew Dunning is Curator of Medieval Historical Manuscripts, 1100–1500, at the British Library.

Amélie Junqua is a senior lecturer in English at the University of Amiens.

Oliver Pickering is an Honorary Fellow in the School of English, University of Leeds, and a Custodian of the Yorkshire Quaker Archives held in Leeds University Library. He is a former Editor of The Library, and a direct descendant of Josiah Collier. He is currently engaged on a study of the poems and songs of Henry Hall (c. 1656–1707), organist of Hereford Cathedral.

Gary Schneider is an Associate Professor in the Department of Literatures and Cultural Studies at the University of Texas–Rio Grande Valley in Edinburg, Texas. He has published articles and chapters on early-modern letters and letter-writing and a monograph, The Culture of Epistolarity: Vernacular Letters and Letter Writing in Early Modern England, 1500–1700(2005).

Emma Smith is Professor of Shakespeare Studies at Hertford College, Oxford, and the author of Shakespeare's First Folio: Four Centuries of an Iconic Book (2016).


Suzanne Reynolds is Assistant Keeper in the Department of Manuscripts and Printed Books at the Fitzwilliam Museum, University of Cambridge, and the author of A Catalogue of the Manuscripts in the Library at Holkham Hall (2015).

Barbara Crostini is Associate Professor in Byzantine Greek at Uppsala University.

Brian Richardson is Emeritus Professor of Italian Language at the University of Leeds. [End Page 121]

Rachael Scarborough King is Assistant Professor of English at the University of California, Santa Barbara.

Kate Loveman is Associate Professor in English at Leicester University and the author of Samuel Pepys and his Books: Reading, Newsgathering, and Sociability, R66P–R7PN (2015).

Jaap Harskamp has retired as Curator of the Dutch and Flemish Collections at the British Library, and reports holdings at Cambridge University Library to the Short Title Catalogue Netherlands (STCN).

David McKitterick is a Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge, and a member of the Roxburghe Club.

M. J. Driscoll is Professor of Old Norse Philology at the Arnamagnæan Institute, University of Copenhagen.

David Finkelstein is Head of the Centre for Open Learning at the University of Edinburgh, and has written extensively on the nineteenth-century periodical press and Blackwood's Magazine.

Nicholas Poole-Wilson is a former director of Bernard Quaritch Ltd. [End Page 122]



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