Studies in Book and Print Culture
Book history has proven to be an exciting and dynamic meeting ground for a range of ideas and methodological approaches. Historians, literary scholars, librarians, bibliographers, and others have all begun to discuss the historical circumstances of literary production and reception, examining not only those who wrote and read, but those who produced, distributed, and sold books and print materials, as well as the physical objects themselves. Studies in Book and Print Culture is international and interdisciplinary in scope. The series includes studies of literary history, historical bibliography, textual editing, studies of authorship and publishing, and analyses of reading, literacy, and print culture.
General Editor: Leslie Howsam, Department of History, University of Windsor
Advisory Board: James Raven, Faculty of Modern History, Oxford University and Sydney Shep, Wai-te-ata Press, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand