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This listing details the contents (excluding book reviews) of selected current bibliographical journals, based on the holdings of the Bodleian Library and the English Faculty Library, Oxford. Comments, queries and errors can be submitted via our feedback page.

I am very grateful to Paul Vetch of the Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College London, for helping me update the details on this page.


Journals

Date of each individual update given in parentheses

Analytical & Enumerative Bibliography [AEB]: 12/3-4 (2001) (3/3/03)

Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America [PBSA]: 97/1 (2003) (21/4/03)

Bibliographical Society of Australia and New Zealand: Bulletin : 25/3-4 (2001) (3/3/03)

Bibliotheck: A Scottish Journal of Bibliography and Allied Topics: 24 (1999) (21/4/03)

Bodleian Library Record: 17/6 (2002) (21/4/03)

Book Collector: 52/1 (2003) (21/4/03)

Book History: 5 (2002) (3/3/03)

Book Trade History Group Newsletter: 43 (2002) (3/3/03)

British Library Journal: 25/2 (1999) (8/10/01)

Transactions of the Cambridge Bibliographical Society [TCBS]: 12/3 (2002) (16/6/03)

Papers of the Bibliographical Society of Canada / Cahiers de la Société bibliographique du Canada: 40/2 (2002) (21/4/03)

Edinburgh Bibliographical Society Transactions: 6/4 (1993-95) (15/11/98)

Harvard Library Bulletin: n.s., 13/2 (2002) (21/4/03)

Huntington Library Quarterly: 64/1 (2001) (3/3/03)

Bulletin of the John Rylands University Library of Manchester: 83/1 (2001) (3/3/03)

The Library: The Transactions of the Bibliographical Society: 7th ser, 4/2 (2003) (7/7/03)

Long Room: Ireland's Journal for the History of the Book : 44-45 (1999-2000) (1/10/01)

Princeton University Library Chronicle: 63.1-2 (2001-2) (3/3/03)

Journal of Printing Historical Society: n.s., 4 (2002) (3/3/03)

Publishing History: The social, economic and literary history of book, newspaper and magazine publishing: 51 (2002) (3/3/03)

Studies in Bibliography [SB]: 53 (2000) (15/7/02)

TEXT: Transactions of the society of textual scholarship: 14 (2001) (10/03/03)

Yale University Library Gazette: 77/1-2 (2003) (3/3/03)

Yearbook of English Studies: 29 (1999) (9/3/99) - special issue on editorial theory

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Contents

Analytical & Enumerative Bibliography [AEB]
Edited by: William Proctor Williams, Department of English, University of Akron, Akron, Ohio 44325 USA
Frequency: Quarterly
Subscription: $15 to individuals ($35 to institutions) per volume - contact Analytical & Enumerative Bibliography, Department of English, University of Akron, Akron, Ohio 44325 USA
Current issue (as of 3/3/2003) is 12/3-4 (2001) - This was AEB's final issue
Contents:-
1: Special feature on Shakespeare's Stationers - Introduction by Thomas L. Berger (150-52)
2: Kirk Melnikoff: Richard Jones (fl.1564-1613): Elizabethan Printer, Bookseller and Publisher (153-84)
3: Jean R. Brink: William Ponsonby's Rival Publisher (185-205)
4: Terri Bourus: Shakespeare and the London Publishing Environment: The Publisher and Printers of Q1 and Q2 Hamlet (206-28)
5: Lori Humphrey Newcomb: Literary Restoration: Francis Kirkman and the Canons of Pre-War Drama and Romance (229-40)
6: Andrew Murphy: Shakespeare goes to school: educational Stationers (241-63)
7: Thomas L. Berger and George Walton Williams: Notes on Shakespeare's Henry V (264-87)
8: James E. May: Who will edit ESTC? (and have you checked OCLC lately?) (288-304)
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Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America [PBSA]
Website:
http://www.bibsocamer.org
Edited by: T.H. Howard Hill, Thomas Cooper Library, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC 29208, USA
Frequency: Quarterly
Subscription: $50 annually
Current issue (as of 21/4/03) is 97/1 (2003)
Contents:-
1: Staffan Fogelmark: The Anonymous Rome 1522 Chrysoloras: A Newly Discovered Greek Press (5-42)
2: Vernon Guy Dickson: What I Will: Mediating Subjects; Or, Ralph Crane and the Folio's Tempest (43-56)
3: Eugene Giddens: The final Stages of Printing Ben Jonson's Works, 1640-1 (57-68)
4: Maximillian E. Novak: A Narrative of the Proceedings in France: Reattributing a De-Attributed Work by Defoe (69-80)
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Bibliographical Society of Australia and New Zealand: Bulletin
Website:
http://life.csu.edu.au/BSANZ
Special issue: Music: Printing and Publishing in Australia: Papers from the History of the Book in Australia Seminar, Monash University, 17 November 2000
Edited by: Ian Morrison, Baillieu Library, University of Melbourne, VIC 3010, Australia
Frequency: Quarterly
Subscription: An annual subscription to the Society costs AUS$40 for personal (AUS$30 concessions)
Current issue (as of 3/3/2003) is 25/3-4 (2001)
Contents:-
1: Georgina Binns: Music Publishing and Selling in Australia (1-6)
2: Wallace Kirsop: The Walches as Sellers of Music and their Customers in the 1840s (7-14)
3: Keith Maslen: Music Selling in Nineteenth-Century New Zealand (15-42)
4: Prue Neidorf: The Composing and Publishing Ventures of the Marsh Brothers
5: Dianne Gome: The Church and Music Publication in Australia (53-68)
6: Ross Harvey: 'Musical Gems that will Capture the Public Imagination!' The Production and Distribution of Around the Boree Log (69-74)
7: Bruce Steele: 'Numerous Little Songs in My Drawer': Editing and Publishing the Music of Henry Handel Richardson (75-82)
8: Faye Patton: Music Printing and Publishing in Australia between the Wars: The Kynoch Stock Book 1921-1939 (83-100)
9: Georgina Binns: Exhbition Catalogue: Music Printing and Publishing in Australia (101-9)
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The Bibliotheck: A Scottish Journal of Bibliography and Allied Topics
Edited by: W.A. Kelly & Professor A. McCleery with the assistance of Caroline Copeland, Scottish Centre for the Book, Craighouse Campus, Napier University, Edinburghh EH10 5LG
Current issue (as of 21/4/03) is 24 (1999)
Contents:-
1: Robert J. Scholnick: Intersecting Empires: W. & R. Chambers and Emigration, 1832-1844 (5-16)
2: Sondra Miley Cooney: A Catalogue of Chambers' Encyclopaedia 1868 (17-110)
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Bodleian Library Record
Edited by: Editor, Bodleian Library Record, Bodleian Library, Broad Street, Oxford OX1 3BG
Frequency: Twice
Subscription: £18 (UK/EU); £20 (elsewhere)
Special issue: 400th Anniversary Commemorative Issue
Current issue (as of 21/4/03) is 17/6 (2002)
Contents:-
1: W.H. Clennell: Bodley before the Bodleian (371-84)
2: John Barnard: Politics, Profit and ?Idealism: John Norton, the Stationers' Company, and Sir Thomas Bodley (385-408)
3: A Celebration of Libraries. An International Conference in Celebration of Libraries, Oxford, 18-20 September 2002 (409)
4: Reg Carr: Introduction to the Conference (410-11)
5: Jon Snow: Opening Address (412-18)
6: D.G. Vaisey: The Legacy of Sir Thomas Bodley (419-30)
7: Bernhard Fabian: Humanistic Scholarship and the European Printed Archive (431-48)
8: Michael Gorman: The Value and Values of Libraries (449-63)
9: Lynne Brindley: The Role of National Libraries in the Twenty-First Century (464-81)
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Book Collector
Edited by: Nicolas Barker, Book Collector, PO Box 12426, London W11 3GW
Subscription: £40 (UK); £42 (overseas); $68 (US)
Current issue (as of 21/4/2003) is 52/1 (2003)
Contents:-
1: David Gilson: Jane Austen and Europe (31-45)
2: David Vaisey: 'Overtravelled with the Librarie Businesse' (46-58)
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Book History
Website:
http://www.sharpweb.org/
Edited by: Ezra Greenspan, Dept of English, University of South Carolina, Columbia SC 29208, USA and Jonathan Rose, Department of History, Drew University, Madison NJ 07940, USA
Frequency: Annual
Subscription: Book History is the annual journal of the Society for the History of Authorship, Reading and Publishing, Inc (SHARP); please contact Barbara A. Brannon, SHARP/University of South Carolina, PO Box 5816, Columbia SC 29250, USA
Current issue (as of 3/3/2003) is 5 (2002)
Contents:-
1: Matt Cohen: Morton's Maypole and the Indians: Publishing in Early New England (1-18)
2: M.O. Grenby: Adults Only? Children and Children's Books in British Circulating Libraries, 1748-1848 (19-38)
3: Jyrki Hakapää: Internationalizing Book Distribution in the Early Nineteenth Century: the Origins of Finnish Bookstores (39-66)
4: Marija Dalbello: Franz Josef's Time Machine: Images of Modernity in the Era of Mechanical Photoreproduction (67-103)
5: Ingrid Satelmajer: Dickinson as Child's Fare: The Author Served up in St. Nicholas (105-42)
6: Christine Pawley: Seeking ≤Signifiance": Actual Readers, Specific Reading Communities (143-60)
7: Alistair McCleery: The Return of the Publisher to Book History: The Case of Allen Lane (161-85)
8: Sarah Brouillette: Corporate Publishing and Canonization: Neuromancer and Science-Fiction Publishing in the 1970s and Early 1980s (187-208)
9: Paul C. Gutjahr: No Longer Left Behind: Amazon.com, Reader Response, and the Changing Fortunes of the Christian Novel in America (209-36)
10: Robert Darnton: Book Production in British India, 1850-1900 (239-62) [The State of the Discipline: The Epistemology of Publishing Statistics]
11: Priya Joshi: Quantitative Method, Literary History (263-74) [The State of the Discipline: The Epistemology of Publishing Statistics]
12: Wendy Grisold: Number Magic in Nigeria (275-82) [The State of the Discipline: The Epistemology of Publishing Statistics]
13: Simon Eliot: Very Necessary but Not Quite Sufficient: A Personal View of Quantitative Analysis in Book History (283-93) [The State of the Discipline: The Epistemology of Publishing Statistics]
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Book Trade History Group Newsletter
Website:
http://artsweb.bham.ac.uk/mbell/BTHG/index.html
Edited by: Michael Bott, Reading University Library, PO Box 223, Whiteknights, Reading RG6 5AE
Subscription: Please contact the secretary of the Book Trade History Group: Michael Bott, Reading University Library, PO Box 223, Whiteknights, Reading RG6 5AE
Current issue (as of 3/3/2003) is 43 (2002)
Contents:-
1: Abstracts from The Versatile Text conference (3-10)
2: Melodramas, romances, royals, and cookbooks: New online exhibitions charts rise of Victorian publishing (11-12)
3: Catherine Armstrong and Ian jackson: BBTS Fellowship report 2002 (15-16)
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British Library Journal
Edited by: C.J. Wright, Curator in the Department of Manuscripts, British Library, 96 Euston Road, London NW1 2DB
Frequency: Twice (May, November)
Subscription: £35 (£40/$60 overseas)
Current issue (as of 8/10/2001) is 25/2 (1999)
Contents:-
1: Joyce Coleman: New evidence about Sir Geoffrey Luttrell's raid on Sempringham Priory, 1312 (103-28)
2: R.A. Beddard: Six unpublished letters of Henrietta Maria (129-43)
3: Peter C. Hogg: The development of the pre-1801 Scandinavian printed collections in the British Library (144-63)
4: Graham Nattrass: Further sources for the Swiss Civil War of 1712 in the British Library's collections (164-79)
5: Sarah A. Kelen: Tyrwhitt's Urry's Chaucer's Works: the tracks of editorial history (180-87)
6: John Gawthrop: A history of Edward Gibbon's six autobiographical manuscripts (188-203)
7: R.A.H. Smith: Robert Fulton: a letter to Lord Nelson (204-11)
8: Roger Evans: 'A flute of Arcady': autograph poems of Tennyson's friend, Arthur Henry Hallam (212-33)
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Transactions of the Cambridge Bibliographical Society [TCBS]
Edited by: Dr E.S. Leedham-Green, University Archives, University Library, West Road, Cambridge CB3 9DR
Subscription: An annual subscription to the Cambridge Bibliographical Society costs £12 (US $27) - contact Honorary Secretary, Cambridge Bibliographical Society, University Library, West Road, Cambridge CB3 9DR
Current issue (as of 16/6/2003) is 12/3 (2001)
Contents:-
1: Betty Hill: A manuscript from Nuneaton: Cambridge Fitzwilliam Museum Ms McLean 123 (191-205)
2: James Carley: Religious controversy and marginalia: Pierfrancesco di Piero Bardi, Thomas Wakefield, and their books (206-45)
3: James Carley: Thomas Wakefield, Robert Wakefield and the Cotton Genesis (246-65)
4: Susie West: Studies and status: spaces for books in seventeenth-century Penshurst Place, Kent (266-92)
5: Karen Attar: John Heath: a forgotten donor to King's College, Cambridge (293-312)
6: Natatlie Tchernetska: Cambridge university library Nn.4.8, a Greek palimpsest described and deciphered (313-21)
7: Michiel Verweij: Three Peraldus manuscripts at Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge (322-30)
8: Gregory Machacek: Royalist Homer (331-32)
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Papers of the Bibliographical Society of Canada / Cahiers de la Société bibliographique du Canada
Website:
http://www.library.utoronto.ca/bsc/
Edited by: Dr Sheila Latham, 42 Belmont Street, Toronto ON M5R 1P8, Canada (interim editor)
Frequency: Twice a year (Spring & Fall (May & Nov/Dec))
Subscription: Annual membership of the Society costs CAN$35
Current issue (as of 21/4/03) is 40/2 (2002)
Contents:-
1: George Parker: The Sale of Ryerson Press: The End of the Old Agency System and Conflicts over Domestic and Foreign Ownership in the Canadian Publishing Industry, 1970-1986 (7-56)
2: Francess G. Halpenny: 100 Books for 100 Years (57-94)
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Edinburgh Bibliographical Society Transactions
Edited by Kenneth Dunn
Current issue is 6/4 (Sessions 1993-4, 1994-5)
Contents:-
1: A.A. McDonald: The Gude and Godlie Ballatis (1597): A Ghost no more? (115-131)
2: Robert Donaldson: Fragments of the Aberdeen Breviary: Further Consideration (132-133)
3: W.R. Owens & P.N. Furbank: New Light on John Pierce, Defoe's Agent in Scotland (134-143)
4: Robert Donaldson: James Hamilton Loudon 1910-1996 (144)
5: Robert Donaldson: Alexander Law 1904-1995 (145-147)
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Harvard Library Bulletin
Edited by: William P. Stoneman, Houghton Library, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA 02138, USA
Frequency: Quarterly
Subscription: $35 (North America); $41 (overseas)
Current issue (as of 21/4/03) is n.s., 13/2 (2002)
Contents:-
1: Peter J. Gomes: Thomas Hollis of London and his Gifts: Two Hundred Seventy-Five Years of Piety and Philanthropy at Harvard (9-44)
2: Peter X. Accardo: The Library of the Hollis Professor of Divinity to 1778: A Checklist (45-67)
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Huntington Library Quarterly
Special issue: Forging connections: women's poetry from the Renaissance to Romanticism (ed. A.K. Mellor, F. Nussbaum, and J.F.S. Post)
Edited by: Susan Green, Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery, 1151 Oxford Road, San Marino, California 91108, USA
Subscription: Individuals: $20 per year ($28 overseas); institutions: $40 ($48 overseas)
Current issue (as of 3/3/2003) is 64/1-2 (2001)
Contents:-
1: Glyn Parry: Berosus and the Protestants: Reconstructing Protestant Myth (1-22)
2: Peter Mack: Elizabethan Parliamentary Oratory (23-62)
3: Katharine A. Craik: Spenser's Complaints and the New Poet (63-80)
4: Gina Hausnecht: "So Many Shipwracke for Want of Better Knowledge": The Imaginary Husband in Stuart Marriage Advice (81-106)
5: Albert H. Tricomi: Counting Insatiate Countesses: The Seventeenth-Century Annotations to Marston's The Insatiate Countess (107-123)
6: Peter Lindenbaum: John Playford: Music and Politics in the Interregnum (124-38)
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Bulletin of the John Rylands University Library of Manchester
Edited by: D.J. Clayton, John Rylands University Library of Manchester, Oxford Road, Manchester M13 9PP
Frequency: Three times a year
Subscription: £55
Current issue (as of 3/3/2003) is 83/1 (2001)
Contents:-
1: Alessandro Falcetta: A Testimony Collection in Manchester: Papyrus Rylands Greek 460 (3-20)
2: N.T. Wright: A fresh perspective on Paul? (21-40)
3: Mechthild Gretsch: Winchester vocabulary and Standard Old English: the vernacular in late Anglo-Saxon England (41-88)
4: Richard Melia: 'Non contraversial Lollardy'?: the Lollard attribution of the 'Diuers treateses of Joh. wiclife in English; (John Rylands Library, English MS 85) (89-102)
5: David Adams: Jean-Baptiste de Secondat's marginalia in Boulainvilliers's 'Etat de la France' (103-20)
6: Peter B. Nockles: A disputed legacy: Anglican historiographies of the Reformation from the era of the Caroline divines to that of the Oxford Movement (121-68)
7: William Hale: Robert Shackleton and the Shackleton Collection (169-82)
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The Library: The Transactions of the Bibliographical Society
Website:
http://www.bibsoc.org.uk
Edited by: Dr Oliver Pickering, The Brotherton Library, University of Leeds LS2 9JT
Frequency: 4 (Mar, Jun, Sep, Dec)
Subscription: An annual subscription to the Bibliographical Society costs £33 (overseas £37; US $65) - contact Honorary Treasurer, Mr Richard Linenthal, Bernard Quaritch Ltd, 5-8 Lower John St, London W1R 4AU
Current issue (as of 7/7/2003) is 7th ser., 4/2 (2003)
Contents:-
1: Orietta Da Rold: The quiring system in Cambridge University Library MS Dd.4.24 of Chaucer's Canterbury Tales (107-28)
2: Liudmila V. Charipova: Latin books and the Orthodox Church in Ruthenia: two catalogues of books purchased by Peter Mohyla in 1632 and 1633 (129-49)
3: Peter Isaac and Tanya Schmoller: Leters from a newspaperman in prison (150-67)
4: Obituary: Barry Bloomfield (168-70)
5: Obituary: Peter Isaac (170-74)
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Long Room: Ireland's Journal for the History of the Book
Edited by: V.S. Kinane, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland
Frequency: Annual
Subscription: IR£20 for membership of the Friends of the Library; IR£10 for issues of Long Room only
Current issue (as of 1/10/2001) is 44-45 (1999-2000)
Contents:-
1: Mary Morrissey: Trinity College Library Dublin Manuscript 333: William Chappell's Method of preaching (22-29)
2: Dermot McGuinne: An early irish type specimen (30-32)
3: Doris O'Keefe: A false American imprint on a Catholic apologetical work of 1816 linked to a provincial Irish printer (34-44)
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Princeton University Library Chronicle
Website:
http://www.princeton.edu/rbsc/friends/chronicle/
Edited by: Gretchen Oberfranc, Princeton University Library, One Washington Road, Princeton NJ 08544-2098, USA
Frequency: Three times a year
Subscription: Institutional subscription $30 per year
Current issue (as of 3/3/2003) is 63/1-2 (2001-2)
Contents:-
Special issue: Collection of literature and poetry pertaining to Jewish literature and literary culture. Over 60 articles, poems, extracts from works of fiction.
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Journal of the Printing Historical Society [including bulletin]
Website:
http://www.rdg.ac.uk/~ltssmimm
Edited by: Richard Lawrence, c/o St Bride Printing Library, St Bride Foundation Institute, Bride Lane, Fleet Street, London EC4Y 8EE & Christopher Burke, Hibernia Type, Calle Trilla bis principal 1a, 08012, Barcelona, Spain
Frequency: Twice a year
Subscription: £25/$47.50 individuals; £30/$57 libraries; £12.50/$23.75 students
Current issue (as of 3/3/2003) is n.s., 4 (2002)
Contents:-
1: H.D.L. Vervliet: Greek typefaces of the early French Renaissance (3-30)
2: Diana R. Mackarill: George and George Robert Gitton, Printers, Bridgnorth (31-62)
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Publishing History: The social, economic and literary history of book, newspaper and magazine publishing
Edited by: Simon Eliot, University of Reading, Reading RG6 4AU
Frequency: Twice a year
Subscription: Institutional subscriptions: $190 / £100. Personal subscriptions: prices available on request from Chadwyck-Healey Ltd, The Quorum, Barnwell Road, Cambridge CB5 8SW
Current issue (as of 3/3/2003) is 51 (2002)
Contents:-
1: John R. Turner: Joint Publishing Agreements 1850-1919 (5-20)
2: Andrew Nash: Life in Gissing's New Grub Street: David Christie Murray and the practice of authorship (21-60)
3: Warwick Gould: Yeats in the States: Piracy, Copyright and the shaping of the canon (61-82)
4: Clare Hutton: A Checklist of the Publications of Maunsel and Co., Irish Publishers, 1905-1925 (83-114)
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Studies in Bibliography
Website:
http://etext.lib.virginia.edu/bsuva/
Edited by: David L. Vander Meulen, University of Virginia, English Department, 219 Bryan Hall, PO Box 400121, Charlottesville, VA 22904-4121, USA
Frequency: Annual
Subscription: Details available from the Executive Secretary, Anne G. Ribble, Bibliographical Society, University of Virginia Library, PO Box 400152, Charlottesville, VA 22904-4152, USA
Current issue (as of 14/7/2002) is 53 (2000)
Contents:-
1: R. B. McKerrow, edited by Carlo M. Bajetta: The Relationship of English Printed Books to Authors' Manuscripts during the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries (The 1928 Sandars Lectures) (1-67)
2: G. Thomas Tanselle: The Concepts of Format (67-116)
3: Joseph A. Dane and Rosemary A. Roberts: The Calculus of Calculus: W. W. Greg and the Mathematics of Everyman Editions (117-28)
4: Steven Escar Smith: "The Eternal Verities Verfied": Charlton Hinman and the Roots of Mechanical Collation (129-62)
5: Ralph Hanna: The Application of Thought to Textual Criticism in All Moides- with Apologies to A. E. Housman (163-72)
6: Robert Adams: Evidence for the Stemma of the Piers Plowman B Manuscripts (173-94)
7: John A. Dussinger: Samuel Richardon's "Elegant Disquisitions": Anonymous Writing in the True Birton and Other Journals? (195-226)
8: Keith Maslen: Fielding, Richardson and William Strahan: A Bibliographical Puzzle (227-40)
9: James E. May: Interrellating the Cancellantia and Partial Gatherings in the First Edition of Edward Young's The Centaur Not Fabulous (241-64)
10: Andrew M. Stauffer: Byron, Medwin, and the False Fiend: Remembering "Remember Thee" (265-76)
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TEXT: Transactions of the Society for Textual Scholarship
Edited by: W. Speed Hill & Edward M. Burns
Frequency: Annual
Current issue (as of 10/3/2003) is 14 (2001)
Contents:-
1: Jerome McGann: The Gutenberg Variations (1-13)
2: Matthew G. Kirschenbaum: Editing the Interface: Textual Studies and First Generation Electronic Objects (15-51)
3: Geert Lernout: Genetic Criticism and Philology (53-75)
4: Marita Mathijsen: The Concept of Authorisation (77-90)
5: Nancy B. Black: An Analysis and Transcription of the Latin Glosses Accompanying Gautier de Coinci's Miracle of "The Empress of Rome" (91-108)
6: Robert Adams: The R/F MSS of Piers Plowman and the Pattern of Alpha/Beta Complementary Omissions: Implications for Critical Editing (109-137)
7: Patrizia Botta: The Epigraphs in La Celestina: Titles, Sub-titles, Rubrics, Arguments (139-68)
8: Dayton Haskin: No Edition Is an Island: The Place of the Nineteenth-Century American Editions within the History of Editing Donne's Poems (169-207)
9: R.G. Siemens: Shakespearean Apparatus? Explicit Textual Structures and the Implicit Navigation of Accumulated Knowledge (209-40)
10: Gabrielle Dean: Emily Dickinson's "Poetry of the Portfolio" (241-76)
11: Rodger L. Tarr: "The true University . . . is a Collection of Books"; or, G. Thomas Tanselle among the Paperback Critics (review essay) (279-92)
12: Kathryn Sutherland: Made in Scotland: The Edition of the Waverly Novels (review essay) (293-304)
13: Russell Greer: The Architectonics of Multiplicity: A Bakhtinian Critique of Jack Stillnger's Trilogy (review essay) (305-23)
14: Richard Bucci: Serving Fitzgerald's Intentions without a Copy-Text (review essay) (324-33)
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Yale University Library Gazette
Edited by: Stephen Parks, Yale University Library, New Haven, Connecticut, USA
Frequency: Twice a year
Subscription: $20
Current issue (as of 3/3/2003) is 77/1-2 (2002)
Contents:-
1: Vincent Giroud: Susan Morse Hilles 1905-2002 (18-19)
2: Fred C. Robinson: Louis Lohr Martz 1913-2001 (20-21)
3: Michael F. Suarez: "The Odious, Canting, Worthless Author of this Book": Edmond Malone's Annotations to Sir John Hawkins' Life of Samuel Johnson, LL.D. (1787) (22-38)
4: James E. Mooney: Yale and Her Early Books (39-50)
5: Frederick Wegener: Edith Wharton and Ronald Simmons: Documenting a Pivotal Wartime Friendship (51-85)
6: Gillian Hughes: A Celebrity Sketch by Daniel Maclise (86-90)
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Yearbook of English Studies
Special Issue: 29 (1999) - The Text as Evidence: Revising Editorial Principles
Edited by Andrew Gurr
Contents:-
1: David Greetham: Facts, Truefacts, Factoids; or, Why Are They Still Saying Those Nasty Things about Epistomology? (1-23)
2: Marcus Walsh: Hypothese, Evidence, Editing, and Explication (24-42)
3: Ian Small: Identifying Text and Postmodernist Editorial Projects (43-56)
4: Maurice Hunt: New Variorum Shakespeares in the Twenty-First Century (57-68)
5: John Pitcher: Benefiting from the Book: The Oxford Edition of Samuel Daniel (69-87)
6: Paul Eggert: Where are we now with Authorship and the Work? (88-102)
7: Paul Werstine: Post-Theory Problems in Shakespeare Editing (103-117)
8: Andrew Murphy: 'Came errour here by mysse of man': Editing and the Metaphysics of Presence (118-138)
9: Ann Thompson: 'I'll have grounds | More relative than this': The Puzzle of John Ward's Hamlet Promptbooks (138-1509)
10: John Burrow & Harold Love: Attribution Tests and the Editing of Seventeenth-Century Poetry (151-175)
11: Douglas S. Mack: Editing Different Versions of Romantic Texts (176-190)
12: Grevel Lindop: Line-end hyphenation as a problem for editors, with case-studies from De Quincey (191-201)
13: Peter D. McDonald: A Poem for all seasons: Yeats, meaning, and the publishing history of 'The Lake Isle of Innisfree' in the 1890s (202-231)
14: John Worthen: Towards a New Version of D.H. Lawrence's The Daughter-in-Law: Scholarly Edition or Play Text? (232-246)
15: Charles T. Meadow: Editing the Evidence with Electronic Publishing (247-261)
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