restricted access   Volume 19, 2016

Table of Contents

From: Book History

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Omnium Exposita Rapinæ: The Afterlives of the Papers of Samuel Hartlib

pp. 1-65
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Paper Nationalism: Material Textuality and Communal Affiliation in Early America

pp. 66-85
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The Interactive Notebook: How Students Learned to Keep Notes during the Scottish Enlightenment

pp. 86-131
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The News Machine: Textual Form and Information Function in the London Times, 1785–1885

pp. 132-168
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Infidel Books and “Factories of the Enlightenment”: Censorship and Surveillance in Subscription and Circulating Libraries in an Age of Revolutions, 1790–1850

pp. 169-196
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Authorship and Authority in Sir John Barrow’s Narrative of the Mutiny on HMS Bounty

pp. 197-213
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In the Bookstore: The Houses of Appleton and Book Cultures in Antebellum New York City

pp. 214-255
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John Stuart Mill and the London Library: A Victorian Book Legacy Revealed

pp. 256-283
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Thousands of Titles Without Authors: Digitized Newspapers, Serial Fiction, and the Challenges of Anonymity

pp. 284-316
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Graphing the Archives of Nineteenth-Century Amateur Newspapers

pp. 317-348
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Donald A. Wollheim’s Authoritative Universe: Editors, Readers, and the Construction of the Science Fiction Paperback, 1926–1969

pp. 349-383
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Semper Aliquid Novi: Reclaiming the Future of Book History from an African Perspective

pp. 384-398
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Between Quandary and Squander: A Brief and Biased Inquiry into the Preservation of West African Arabic Manuscripts: The State of the Discipline

pp. 399-431
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Contributors

pp. 432-434
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