Tags: Cambridge University Press, History, Princeton University Press, History of the Book, Bibliography, Yale University Press, England, Clarendon Press, Cornell University Press, Print, Harvard University Press, Oak Knoll Press, Oxford University Press, Roger Chartier, University of Pennsylvania Press, European Enlightenment, Harvard University, Medieval Book, University of Queensland Press, Renaissance, Book History, Pindar Press, Renaissance Italy, Italian Renaissance, Print Culture, Daniel Resnick, Sixteenth-Century France, John O. Jordan, 17th Century England, Albin Michel, Gabriel Harvey, Press Censorship, University Press, William H. John Dee, London, the Renaissance, Samuel Johnson, John Merriman, Printing House, Book History Reader, China, Bibliographical Society, American Oriental Society, John Florio, Kent State University, Kimberly van Kampen, Margaret Smith, Michael Harris, Giles Mandelbrote, Intellectual Property, Social Authorship and the Advent of Print, France, Renaissance Readers, eds, Red Gull Press, James Douglas Farquhar, University of Notre Dame Press, Medieval Literacy, Japan Chibbett, Late Medieval, British Library, Columbia University, Anne Hudson, Peter Francis, Thomas Aquinas, Janet Coleman, editions du cercle de la Librairie, Middle Ages, Yale University, John E. Album, Manuscripts, Nicolas Barker, University of London, Michael F. Suarez, Stanford University Press, University of Chicago Press, University of Pennsylvania, Scientific Books, Cynthia Jane, History of Science, Thomas G. Tanselle, David C. Theories, David Paul Nord, David R. Olson, Polity Press, David D. Hall, Patricia Lockhart Fleming, Robert L. Patten
Content: updated summer 2011 GRADUATE FIELD EXAM IN HISTORY OF THE BOOK AND OF READING Reading suggestions Students taking an exam with me in this field should form their own reading list by selecting from the various sections below (or with chronological and geographical limits in consultation with me). Further additions are also welcome. Stars indicate items I consider particularly important. Each student will end up with an individual list of a few pages, much shorter than this list (which is also inevitably incomplete). GENERAL/MULTIPERIOD [including handbooks, reference books, historiography] *Adams, Thomas R and Nicolas Barker. "A New Model for the Study of the Book" in A Potencie of Life: Books in Society, ed. Nicolas Barker. 1993. *Amory, Hugh, "The Trout and the Milk," Harvard Library Bulletin 7 (1996): 50-65. Balsamo, Luigi. Bibliography. Barbier, Frйdйric. Histoire du livre йdition. Paris: A. Colin, c2006. Baumann, Gerd. The Written Word: Literacy in Transition. Clarendon Press, 1986. Non-Western examples too. The Cambridge History of the Book in Britain. Vol. 2, 1100-1400 [electronic resource] / edited by Nigel J. Morgan, Rodney M. Thomson. Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, c2008. The Cambridge history of the book in Britain. Vol. 3, 1400-1557 [electronic resource] / edited by Lotte Hellinga and J.B. Trapp. Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, c2008. The Cambridge history of the book in Britain. Vol. 4, 1557-1695 [electronic resource] / edited by John Barnard and D.F. McKenzie, with the assistance of Maureen Bell. Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, c2008. Caspar, Scott E. et al., eds. Perspectives on American Book History: Artifacts and Commentary. Amherst and Washington, DC, 2002. *Cavallo, Guglielmo and Roger Chartier, eds. A History of Reading in the West. First published 1997. Useful collection of articles spanning Antiquity to the present. Chandler, James et al eds. Arts of Transmission. Special Issue of Critical Inquiry 31.1 (2004). *Chartier, Roger. The Order of Books. Tr. Lydia Cochrane. Stanford University Press, 1994. ---, Alain Boureau, and Cecile Dauphin, eds. Correspondence: Models of Letter-writing from the Middle Ages to the 19th Century. Tr. Christopher Woodall. Cambridge UK: Polity Press, 1997. Chemla, Karine, ed. History of Science, History of Text. Dordrecht: Springer, 2004.
*Robert Darnton, "What is the History of Books?" in The Kiss of Lamourette. --ONLINE version: "What is the History of Books" Daedalus 111:3 (1982), 65-83. *Eliot, Simon and Jonathan Rose, eds. A Companion to the History of the Book. Wiley-Blackwell, 2009. John Feather. "Cross Channel Currents: Historical Bibliography and L'histoire du Livre." The Library 6th series 2 (1980): 1-15. *Finkelstein, David and Alistair McCleery, The Book History Reader, 2nd ed. useful major articles excerpted. Lockhart Fleming, Patricia and Yvan Lamonde, eds. History of the book in Canada. v. 1. Beginnings to 1840 / edited by Patricia Lockhart Fleming, Gilles Gallichan, and Yvan Lamonde -- v. 2. 1840-1918 / edited by Yvan Lamonde, Patricia Lockhart Fleming and Fiona A. Black -v. 3. 1918-1980 / edited by Carole Gerson and Jacques Michon. Fouchй, Pascal et al, eds. Dictionnaire encyclopйdique du livre. Paris: Edition du cercle de la librairie, c2002-. Only A-M at the moment, in 2 vols. Frasca-Spada, Marina and Nick Jardine, eds. Books and the Sciences in History. 2001. *Gaskell, Philip, A New Introduction to Bibliography. Winchester: St Pauls' bibliographies and New Castle, Delaware: Oak Knoll Press, 1995. Useful for reference for material bibliography. Gilmont, Jean-Francois. Une introduction а l'histoire du livre et de la lecture. Liege: editions du Cefal, 2004. Glaister, G. A. Encyclopedia of the book. 1996. *Greetham, David C. Textual Scholarship: An Introduction. New York: Garland, 1994. 9780815317913; $41.79 Greetham, David C. Theories of the Text. Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press, 1999. Hall, David. "Bibliography and the Meaning of `Text,'" in History of the Book in America, vol. 5, pp. 245-55. ---, general ed. History of the book in America. v. 1. The colonial book in the Atlantic world / edited by Hugh Amory & David D. Hall. -- v. 2. An extensive republic : print, culture, and society in the new nation, 1790-1840 / edited by Robert A. Gross and Mary Kelley. -- v. 3. The industrial book, 1840-1880 / edited by Scott E. Casper ... [et. al.] -- v. 4. Print in motion : the expansion of publishing and reading in the United States, 1880-1940 / edited by Carl F. Kaestle & Janice Radway. -- v. 5. The enduring book: print culture in postwar America / edited by David Paul Nord, Joan Shelley Rubin, & Michael Schudson.
Howsam, Leslie. Old Books and New Histories: An Orientation to Studies in Book and Print Culture. University of Toronto Press, 2006. Hunter, Andrew ed, Thornton and Tully's Scientific Books, Libraries and Collectors: a Study of Bibliography and the Book Trade in Relation to the History of Science. Ashgate, 2000. Jacob, Christian. Des Alexandries I. du livre au texte. 2001. ---. Des Alexandries II. les mйtamorphoses du lecteur. Both volumes span Antiquity to the present. Kilgour, Frederick. The Evolution of the Book. Oxford University Press, 1998. From clay to computer. Some figures/graphs. Lerer, Seth and Leah Price, eds., The History of the Book and the Idea of Literature, Special issue of PMLA 121.1 (Jan 2006). Love, Harold. "Early Modern Print Culture: Assessing the Models." Parergon. Journal of the Australian and New Zealand Association for Medieval and Early Modern Studies 20 (2003): 45-64. Lyons, Martyn and John Arnold eds. A History of the Book in Australia, 1891-1945: A National Culture in a Colonised Market. St. Lucia, Qld.: University of Queensland Press, 2001. Lyons, Martyn. A History of reading and writing in the Western World. 2010. Martin, Henry-Jean. The History and Power of Writing. Univ of Chicago Press, 1994. Useful textbook. --- and Roger Chartier eds. Histoire de l'йdition franзaise, Paris, 1982- t. 1. Le livre conquйrant - t. 2. Le livre triomphant 1660-1830 -- t. 3. Le temps des йditeurs -- t. 4. Le livre concurrencй, 1900-1950. McGann, Jerome. A Critique of Modern Textual Criticism. 1983. McKenzie, D. F. Making Meaning: "Printers of the Mind" and Other Essays, eds. Peter D. McDonald and Michael F. Suarez. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, c2002. Review by Leah Price, "The Tangible Page," in London Review of Books (2002). ---"What's Past is Prologue." London: Hearthstone 1993 (Bibliographical Society Centenary Lecture) blank page analysis ---. Printers of the Mind: Some Notes on Bibliographical Theories and Printing-house Practices, Studies in Bibliography 22 (1969): 1-75. --- "The Book as an Expressive Form." Book History Reader Munro, Craig and Robyn Sheahan-Bright, eds. Paper Empires: a History of the Book in Australia, 1946-2005. St Lucia, Qld.: University of Queensland Press, 2006. David R. Olson, Nancy Torrance eds., The Cambridge handbook of literacy, 2009. Pearson, David. Books as History: The Importance of Books Beyond their Texts. British Library
and Oak Knoll Press, 2008. Leah Price, "From the History of the Book to The History of a Book" Representations 108 (Fall 2009), 120-37 Rose, Jonathan. "The History of Books: Revised and Enlarged." In The Darnton Debate: books and revolution in the 18th ct, ed Haydn T Mason. Basically a review essay of recent work. Rubin, Joan. "What is the History of the History of Books?" Journal of American History 90.2 (2003): 555-75. Schottenloher, Karl. Books and the Western World: a Cultural History. Tr. William Boyd and Irmgard Wolfe. Jefferson NC: McFarland and co., 1989; first in German, 1968. Stoddard, Roger E. A Library-keeper's Business. New Castle, DE: Oak Knoll Press, 2002, ed Carol Z Rothkopf. "Morphology and the book" also a brief hist of teaching about books at Harvard: G p Winship, then W A Jackson, then W H Bond. Suarez, M. F. and H. R. Woudhuysen. The Oxford Companion to the Book. Oxford University Press, 2010. Tanselle, G. Thomas. "From Bibliography to Histoire Totale: the History of Books as a Field of Study," TLS June 5, 1981, pp. 647-49. ---. Thomas G. Tanselle, "A Description of Descriptive Bibliography." Studies in Bibliography 45 (1992):1-30. On-line: . [Choose volume 45 from the menu on the left side of the page.] Thomas, Keith. "The Meaning of Literacy in Early Modern England" in Gerd Baumann ed The Written Word: Literacy in Transition (1986), 97-131 Weedon, Alexis, ed. The History of the Book in the West: Library of Critical Essays: Ashgate, c2010. v. 1. 400 AD-1455 / edited by Jane Roberts, Pamela Robinson -- v. 2. 1455-1700 / edited by Ian Gadd -- v. 3. 1700-1800 / edited by Eleanor F. Shevlin -- v. 4. 1800-1914 / edited by Stephen Colclough and Alexis Weedon -- v. 5. 1914-2000 / edited by Alexis Weedon. Winckler, Paul A. Reader in the History of Books and Reading.
THEORY Benjamin, Walter. Illuminations. NY: Schocken Books, 1969. Including: "The Work of Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction," pp. 217-252. de Certeau, Michel. The Practice of Everyday Life. Tr. Steven Rendell. 1984. "Reading as Poaching." Fish, Stanley. Is there a text in this class? 1980. --- Fish, Stanley. "Interpreting the Variorum." Book History Reader Genette, Gйrard. Paratexts: Thresholds of Interpretation. 1997. Godzich, Wlad, The Culture of Literacy. 1994. Goody, Jack, The Logic of Writing and the Organization of Society: Studies in Literacy, Family, Culture and the State. 1986. ---. Literacy in Traditional Societies. Cambridge University Press, 1968. --- Goody, Jack and Ian Watt. "The Consequences of Literacy." Comparative studies in Society and History, 5.3 (April 1963): 304-345 Gumbert, Hans Ulrich, "The Consequences of an Aesthetic of Reception," Making Sense in Life and Literature. Tr. Glen Burns. 1992, 14-32. Habermas, Jьrgen. The Structural Transformation of the Public Sphere. 1962. *John Halverson, "Goody and the implosion of the literacy thesis," Man 27:2 (1992): 301-17. Critique of Goody's literacy thesis ---. "Olson on literacy," Language in society 20 (1991): 619-40. Iser, Wolfgang. The Act of Reading. 1978. ---. Prospecting: from Reader Response to Literary Anthropology. 1989. Hans Robert Jauss, Literaturgeschichte als Provokation. 1974, tr. F 1978. ---.Hans-Robert Jauss, Toward an Aesthetic of Reception. 1982. McDonald, Peter. "Ideas of the Book and Histories of Literature: After Theory?" PMLA (January 2006): 214-228 McKenzie, D.F. Bibliography and the Sociology of Texts. 1986. ---. "Speech-Manuscript-Print" in New Directions in Textual Studies, eds. Dave Oliphant and Robin Bradford. McLuhan, Marshall, The Gutenberg Galaxy. Toronto: Univ of Toronto P, 1962. Useful to look at.
Ong, Walter J. SJ, The Presence of the Word: Some Prolegomena for Cultural and Religious History. Yale University Press, 1967. ---. Orality and Literacy: the Technologizing of the Word. London and New York: Routledge, 1982. Schwartz, Hillel, The Culture of the Copy: Striking Likenesses, Unreasonable Facsimiles New York: Zone Books, 1996. Steiner, George. Language and Silence: Essays on Language, Literature and the Inhuman. New York: Atheneum, 1972. Including "On Reading Marshall McLuhan." Street, Brian, Literacy in Theory and Practice. Critique of Goody. Suleiman, Susan and Inge Crosman eds. The Reader in the Text: Essays on Audience and Interpretation. Princeton University Press, 1980. Tompkins, Jane, ed. Reader-Response Criticism: From Formalism to Post-Structuralism. 1980. Especially the articles by Wolfgang Iser, Gerald Prince, Jonathan Culler, and Tzvetan Todorov.
Manuscript CultureS ANTIQUITY AND LATE ANTIQUITY Arns, Paolo. La technique du livre selon St Jerome, 1953. Brief Butler, Shane. The Hand of Cicero. Routledge, 2002. Casson, Lionel. Libraries in the Ancient World. Yale University Press, 2001. Finnegan, Ruth. Literacy and Orality: Studies in the Technology of Communication. Basil Blackwell, Oxford, 1988. Gamble, Harry Y. Books and Readers in the Early Church: A History of Early Christian Texts. Yale University Press, 1995. Grafton, Anthony and Megan Williams. The Transformation of the Book: Origen, Eusebius and the Library at Caesarea. 2006. Havelock, Eric. The Literate Revolution in Greece and its Cultural Consequences. 1982. ---. Preface to Plato. 1963. Knox, Bernard. Article on silent reading in antiquity in Greek, Roman and Byzantine studies. 1968. Posner, Ernst. Archives in the Ancient World. Harvard University Press, 1972. Reynolds, L. D. and N.G. Wilson. Scribes and Scholars: A Guide to the Transmission of Greek and Latin Literature. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1974, 2nd ed. A reference book for the transmission of classical authors. Robb, Kevin. Literacy and Paideia in Ancient Greece. 1994. Intro has a concise summary of the debates in this field. Schmandt-Besserat, Denise. How Writing Came About. Austin: University of Texas Press, 1992, 1996. Small, Jocelyn Penny. Wax Tablets of the Mind: Cognitive Studies of Memory and Literacy in Classical Antiquity. London and New York: Routledge, 1997. Stock, Brian. Augustine the Reader: Meditation, Self-knowledge and the Ethics of Interpretation. Harvard University Press, 1996.
MIDDLE AGES in Western Europe Biller, Peter and Anne Hudson, eds. Heresy and Literacy, 1000-1530. 1994. Brown, Michelle. "The Role of the Wax Tablet in Medieval Literacy: A Reconsideration in Light of a Recent Find from York," The British Library Journal. 1994. Brownrigg, Linda L., ed. Medieval Book Production: Assessing the Evidence: Proceedings of the Second Conference of the Seminar in the History of the Book to 1500, Oxfrod July 1988. Los Altos Hills, Ca: Anderson-Lovelace, The Red Gull Press, 1990. de Bury, Richard. Philobiblon. Tr. E.C Thomas. Oxford: Blackwell, 1960, repr 1970. Primary source with original Latin facing translation. *Carruthers, Mary. The Book of Memory: A Study of Memory in Medieval Culture. Cambridge University Press, 1990. * Clanchy, Michael. From Memory to Written Record: England, 1066-1207. Harvard University Press, 1979. Clemens, Roger and Timothy Graham. Introduction to Manuscript Studies. 2007. Coleman, Janet. Medieval Readers and Writers 1350-1400. Columbia University Press, 1981. Coleman, Joyce. [different from Janet Coleman] Public Reading and the Reading Public in Late Medieval England and France. Cambridge University Press, 1996. Dagenais, John. The Ethics of Reading in Manuscript Culture. Princeton University Press, 1994. de Hamel, Christopher. A History of Illuminated Manuscripts. 1986. ---. Scribes and Illuminators. British Museum, 1992. Dondaine Antoine. Secrйtaires de Saint Thomas. Rome: Editori de S. Tommaso, 1956. Green, D.H. "Orality and Reading: The State of Research in Medieval Studies," Speculum 65 (1984), 267-80. Hillgarth, J.N. Who Read Thomas Aquinas? 1984. Hobbins, Daniel. Authorship and Publicity Before Print: Jean Gerson and the Transformation of Late Medieval Learning. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2009. Illich, Ivan, In the Vineyard of the Text. 1994.
Kittell, Ellen E. From Ad Hoc to Routine: A Case Study in Medieval Bureaucracy. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1991. McKitterick, Rosamund. Books, Scribes and Learning in the Frankish Kingdoms, 6th-9th Centuries. 1994. ---. The Carolingians and the Written Word. 1989. ---, ed. The Uses of Literacy in Early Medieval Europe. 1990. Martin, Henri-Jean and Jean Vezin, eds. Mise en page et mise en texte du livre manuscrit. Paris: Promodis: editions du cercle de la Librairie, 1990. Meier, Christel et al eds. Der Codex im Gebrauch. 1996. Essays Minnis, A.J. Medieval Theory of Authorship: Scholastic Literary Attitudes in the Later Middle Ages. 1984. Mostert, M. "What Happened to Literacy in the Middle Ages: Scriptural Evidence for the History of the Western Literate Mentality," Tijdschift voor Geschiedenis 108 (1995): 323-35. Murdoch, John E. Album of Science: Antiquity and the Middle Ages. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1984. Parkes, Malcolm. Scribes, Scripts and Readers. ---. Pause and Effect: Punctuation in the West. 1993. Petrucci, Armando. Writers and Readers in Medieval Italy: Studies in the History of Written Culture. Yale University Press, 1995. 2318n6.4w51. ---. Public Letters: Script, Power and Culture. 1993. *Rouse, Mary and Richard. Authentic Witnesses: Approaches to Medieval Texts and Manuscripts. University of Notre Dame Press, 1991. ---. Manuscripts and their Makers: Commercial Book Producers in Medieval Paris. 2 vols. 2000. Saenger, Paul. "Silent Reading: Its Impact on Late Medieval Script and Society," Viator, Medieval and Renaissance Studies 13 (1982), 367-414. ---. Space Between Words. Stock, Brian. Listening for the Text: On the Uses of the Past. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1990. ---. The Implications of Literacy: Written Language and Models of Interpretation in the 11th and 12th Centuries. Princeton University Press, 1983. Weijers, Olga. Le maniement du savoir : pratiques intellectuelles l'йpoque de premiиres universitйs.
ISLAMIC WORLD M.W. Albin. "Recent Studies in Middle Eastern Printing History: A Review Essay," in Libraries and Culture , 23: 3 (1988): 365-73. Atiyeh, George N. The Book in the Islamic World: The Written Word and Communication in the Middle East. 1995. Bloom, Jonathan M. Paper Before Print: The History and Impact of Paper in the Islamic World. Yale University Press, 2001. Krek, M. "Arabic Block Printing as Precursor," American Research Center in Egypt Newsletter (1985): pp. 12-16. Orsatti, Paola. "Le manuscrit Islamique: caracteristiques materielles et typologie," in Ancient and Medieval Book Materials and Techniques. Ed. Marilena Maniaci and Paola F Munafo. Vatica: Bibioteca Apostolica Vaticana, 1993. Studi e Testi 357-58. vol. 2, pp. 269-331. Pedersen, Johannes. The Arabic Book. Tr. Geoffrey French. Princeton University Press, 1984. Rosenthal, Franz. The Technique and Approach of Muslim Scholarship. Rome: Pontificium Institutum Biblicum, 1947. Schoeler, Gregor. The Genesis of Literature in Islam: From the Aural to the Read, Tr. Shawkat M. Toorawa. Edinburgh University Press, 2009. van Berkle, Maaike. "The Attitude Towards Knowledge in Mamluk Egypt: Organisation and Structure of the Subh al-a Sha by Al-Qalqashandi (1355-1418)" in Premodern Encyclopedic Texts. Ed. Peter Binkley. pp. 159-68. MESOAMERICA Boone, Elizabeth Hill and Walter D. Mignolo, eds. Writing Without Words: Alternative Literacies in Mesoamerica and the Andes. 1994. Marcus, Joyce. Mesoamerican Writing Systems. Princeton University Press.
MANUSCRIPTS IN EAST ASIA China Daiwie, Fu. "The Flourishing of Biji or Pen-notes Texts and its Relations to History of Knowledge in Song Chinga (960-1279)" in Extreme Orient Extreme Occident. Hors serie, 2007. Tsien, Tsuen-hsuin. Written on Bamboo and Silk: The Beginnings of Chinese Books and Inscriptions. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1962. Twitchett, Denis. Printing and Publishing in Medieval China. New York: Federic F. Beil, 1983. Mair, Victor H. Painting and Performance: Chinese Picture Recitation and Its Indian Genesis. Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press, 1988. Hansen, Valerie. Negotiating Daily Life in Traditional China: How Ordinary People Used Contracts, 600-1400. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1995. Japan Chibbett, David. The History of Japanese Printing and Book Illustration.1977. Pages 13-28. The first book in English that addresses the history of Japanese printing. Chibbett was actually a librarian at the British Library; he unfortunately died at the age of 32 in the same year ­ 1977 ­ as this book, his first, was finally published. As the title indicates, the bulk of the book is about print culture, but the pages listed above treat manuscripts in outline. Hillier, Jack. The Art of the Japanese Book. 2 vols. 1988. I actually hesitate to put this book on the list. Hillier was a cataloguer of Japanese prints at Sotheby's, and his conviction was that Japan was unique in that its print culture of books proved primarily determinative of its art. Thus, Hillier deliberately chooses not to treat manuscripts as part of the "Japanese book." I include this here as an interesting polemical view (of course, it will be useful later on for Japan as we move to discussing print). Kornicki, Peter Francis. The Book in Japan. 1998. Chapter 3, "Manuscript Culture," is the best outline available in English. LaMarre, Thomas. Uncovering Heian Japan: An Archaeology of Sensation and Inscription. 2000. Look at Pt. 2 "Inscription and Sensation" (77-139). LaMarre is a bit of a chameleon, starting out as a scholar of premodern Japanese literature but now doing primarily film and media studies (in this sense, his trajectory parallels that of Harvard's own Tomiko Yoda). His primary referent is Deleuze, but within our context, one could say he parallels D.F. McKenzie in the contention that every element of form and material bears upon the interpretation of the symbolic meanings of a "text." As far as I know, LaMarre was the first (within the Japanese literature field), to use questions of brush, calligraphic style, paper type and design, etc. to read Japanese court poetry. The section I cite gives a good sense of his material hermeneutics.
Ratcliff, Christian. The Cultural Arts in Service: The Careers of Asukai Masaari and his Lineage. Ph.D. dissertation, Yale University. 2007. ----, "Willful Copyists and the Transmission of Suspect Narratives of Literary Production," Proceedings of the Association for Japanese Literary Studies 7 (2006): 46-60. Bourdieu applied to Heian Japan. Ratcliff is interested in scribes, scribal culture, and the way in which cultural refinement expressed through writing, especially poetic exchanges, formed a distinct cultural politics of legitimacy within the "field" that was Heian court society.
MANUSCRIPTS IN THE AGE OF PRINT Beal, Peter. In Praise of Scribes: Manuscripts and their Makers in Seventeenth-century England. 1998. Hindman, Sandra and James Douglas Farquhar. Pen to Press: Illustrated Manuscripts and Printed Books in the First Century of Printing. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Department of Art, 1977. * Love, Harold. Scribal Publication in Seventeenth-century England. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1993. Stallybrass, Peter and Roger Chartier, J Franklin Mowery and Heather Wolfe, "Hamlet's Tablets and the technologies of writing in Renaissance England" Shakespeare Quarterly 55.4 (2004) 379-419 Trapp, J. B., ed, Manuscripts in the Fifty Years After the Invention of Printing. 1983. Pretty specialized. Elizabeth Yale, "With slips and scraps: how early modern naturalists invented the archive" Book History 12 (2009), 1-36
PRINTING and TRANSITION TO PRINT in Europe Blair, Ann. Too Much To Know: managing scholarly information before the modern age. 2010. Blum, Andrй. Origins of Printing and Engraving. 1940. Should include blockbooks. Brendecke, Arndt. "'Durchgeschossene Exemplare': Ыber eine Schnittstelle zwischen Handschrift und Druck," in Archiv fьr Geschichte des buchwesens, ed. Monika Estermann, Ursula Rautenberg and Reinhard Wittmann. Munich: K.G. Saur, 2005, pp. 50-64 Chartier, Roger. Inscription and Erasure. literature and written culture from the 11th to the 18th ct (2007) Dane, Joseph A. The Myth of Print Culture. Essays on Evidence, Textuality and Bibliographical Method. University of Toronto Press, 2003. Eisenstein, Elizabeth. The Printing Press as an Agent of Change. Cambridge University Press, 1979. ---. The Printing Revolution in Early Modern Europe. Canto Books, Cambridge University Press, 1983. A shorter version. --- "Some Conjectures About the Impact of Printing on Western Society and Thought: a Preliminary Report," Journal of Modern History (1968) (on-line). A convenient format for some *"How Revolutionary was the Print Revolution?" A forum featuring a debate between Elizabeth Eisenstein and Adrian Johns, American Historical Review 107:1 (2002), pp. 84-128. (on-line) Eisermann, Falk, "The Indulgence as a Media Event: Developments in Communication through Broadside in the 15th Century," in Promissory Notes on the Treasury of Merits: Indulgences in Late Medieval Europe. Leiden: Brill, 2006. pp. 309-30. Enenkel, Karlt, ed. Cognition and the Book: Typologies of Formal Organisation of Knowledge in the Printed Book of the Early Modern Period. 2004. Febvre, Lucien and Henri-Jean Martin, The Coming of the Book: The Impact of Printing, 14501800. London: Verso, 1990. Feld, M. D. "The Early Evolution of the Authoritative Text," Harvard Library Bulletin 26:1 (Jan 1978), 81-111. Flood, John L. and W.A. Kelly eds. The German Book, 1450-1750. University of Toronto Press, 1995. Gilmont, J-Franзois. The Reformation and the Book. Ashgate, 1998. St. Andrews Studies in Reformation History. *Anthony Grafton, "The Importance of Being Printed." Journal of Interdisciplinary History (1980). Review of Eisenstein, The Printing Press as an Agent of Change.
Hellinga, Lotte, "Manuscripts in the Hands of Printers" in J. B. Trapp ed., Manuscripts in the Fifty Years after the Invention of Printing. 1983. Higman, Francis. Piety and the People: Religious Printing in French, 1511-51. 1996. Hindman, Sandra and James Douglas Farquhar. Pen to Press: Illustrated Manuscripts and Printed Books in the First Century of Printing. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Dept of Art, 1977. Hindman, Sandra, ed. Printing the Written Word: the Social History of Books, 1450-1520. Cornell University Press, 1991. Hirsch, Rudolf. Printing, Selling and Reading, 1450-1550. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 1974. Idt, Genevieve. "Un rituel d'affiliation: la preface," in La presentation du livre. actes du oclloque de paris X nanterre (1985) ed. Emmanuele Baumgartner, Nicole Boulestreau, 1987. Gerritsen, Johan. "Printing at Froben's: an Eye-Witness Account," Studies in Bibligraphy, ed. Fredson Bowers vol. 44 (Charlottesville VA: the Bibliographical Society of the University of Virginia, 1991), pp. 144-62. (primary) Ing, Janet. Johann Gutenberg and his Bible. New York: The Typophiles, 1998. Jensen, Kristian, ed. Incunabula and Their Readers: Printing, Selling and Using Books in the 15th Century. 2003. Includes a piece on Gutenberg's punches. Lowry, Martin. The World of Aldus Manutius. Cornell University Press, 1979. Martin, Henri-Jean. Print, Power and People in 17th-century France. Tr. David Gerard. 0Metuchen NJ: Scarecrow Press, 1993. ---. La naissance du livre modern. 2001. * McKitterick, David. Print, Manuscript and the Search for Order, 1450-1830. Cambridge University Press, 2003. Moxon, Joseph. Mechanick Exercises on the Whole Art of Printin, 1683-4. Ed. Herbert Davis and Harry Carter. Oxford University Press, 1958. Needham, Paul. "Johann Gutenberg and the Catholicon Press," The Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America (1982): 395-456. ---. Review of Eisenstein in Fine Prints (1980). Orth, Myra. Articles on 16th ct French manuscript and print comparison, e.g. "French ren mss and l'histoire du livre" Viator 32 (2001) 245-78. Pettegree, Andrew. The Book in the Renaissance. 2010. A general survey.
Richardson, Brian. Print Culture in Renaissance Italy: the Editor and the Vernacular Text, 14701600. Cambridge University Press, 1994. ---. Printing, Writers and Readers in Renaissance Italy. Cambridge University Press, 1999. Saenger, Paul and Kimberly van Kampen, eds. The Bible as Book: the First Printed Editions. Oak Knoll Press, 1999. Margaret Smith. Title Page: Its Early Development, 1460-1510. 2000. Williams, Franklin B. Index of Dedications and Commendatory Verses in English Books Before 1641. London: Bibliographical Society, 1962. 3318nt8.w51
AUTHORSHIP Barthes, Roland."The Death of the Author" in Book History Reader. Brooks, Douglas. From Playhouse to Printing House. 2000. Brown, Cynthia. Poets, Patrons and Printers. Cornell University Press, 1995. Burke, Sean, ed. Authorship. Collected primary source excerpts. *Chartier, Roger. "Foucault's Chiasmus," in Scientific Authorship, ed. Mario Biagioli. 2003. Ezell, Margaret. Social Authorship and the Advent of Print. 1999. Foucault, Michel. "What is an Author?" in Book History Reader. Grafton, Anthony. The Footnote: A Curious History. Harvard University Press, 1997. Gross, John. The Rise and Fall of the Man of Letters: Aspects of English Literary Life Since 1800. Hall, David. Ways of Writing: Practice and Politics of Text-making in 17th Century New England. 2008. Jardine, Lisa. Erasmus, Man of Letters. Princeton University Press, 1993. Lipking, Lawrence. Samuel Johnson: The Life of an Author. Harvard University Press, 1998. Lough, John. 17th-ct French Drama: The background. Clarendon Press, 1979. Ch. 2 on playwrights. Love, Harold. Attributing Authorship: An Introduction. 2002. Minnis, A.J. Medieval Theory of Authorship: Scholastic Literary Attitudes in the Later Middle Ages. 1984. Olson, David R. The World on Paper: The Conceptual and Cognitive Implications of Writing and Reading. Cambridge University Press, 1994. Pask, Kevin. The Emergence of the English Author: Scripting the Life of the Poet in Early Modern England. 1996. Simonin, Michel. Vivre de sa Plume: La Carriиre de Franзois de Belleforest. Viala, Alain. La naissance de l'йcrivain. Useful book on patronage in France; only in French. Woodmansee, Martha, The Author, Art and the Market. 1994. ---. "The Genius and the Copyright: Economic and Legal Conditions of the Emergence of the
Author," Eighteenth-Century Studies 17 (1984): 425-48. --- and Peter Jaszi eds. The Construction of Authorship: Textual Appropriation in Law and Literature. WOMEN AS AUTHORS Kate Aughterson ed., Renaissance Woman: constructions of femininity in England. A sourcebook. Routledge, 1995, ch. 8 on writing and speaking. Gallagher, Catherine, Nobody's Story: The Vanishing Acts of women writers in the Marketplace, 1670-1820. 1994. Goldsmith, Elizabeth C. and Dena Goodman. Going Public: Women and Publishing in Early Modern France. Cornell University Press, 1995. Hannay, Margaret Patterson, ed. Silent But for the World: Tudor Women as Patrons, Translators, and Writers of Religious Works. Kent, Ohio: Kent State University Press, 1985. Hesse, Carla. "French Women in Print, 1750-1800," in The Darnton Debate, ed, Haydn Mason. McDowell, Paula, The Women of Grub Street: Press, Politics and Gender in the London Literary Marketplace, 1678-1730. 1998. Meale, Carol. Women and Literature in Britain, 1150-1500.
ISLAMIC WORLD Albin, M.W. "Recent Studies in Middle Eastern Printing History: A Review Essay," Libraries and Culture, 23: 3 (1988): 365-73. George N Aityeh, The Book in the Islamic World: the Written Word and Communication in the Middle East. 1995. Bulliet, R.W. "Medieval Arabic Tarsh: A Forgotten Chapter in the History of Printing," Journal of the American Oriental Society 107: 3 (1987): 427-38. Gonzalez-Quijano, Yves. "Le livre arabe a la recherche de son histoire," In Octavo (1996). Hannebutt-Benz, Eva, ed, Middle Eastern Languages and the Print Revolution (2002) Hitzel, Frederic. "Manuscripts, livres et culture livresque a Istanbul," Livres et lecture dans le monde Ottoman, Revue des mondes musulmans et de la Mediterranee, 87-88 (1999): 19-38. Ihsanoglu, Ekmeleddin, ed. Transfer of Modern science and technology to the Muslim world. 1992. Krek, Miroslav. "Arabic Block Printing as Precursor," American Research Center in Egypt Newsletter (1985): pp. 12-16. ---. "The Enigma of the First Arabic Book Printed from Moveable Type," Journal of Near Eastern Studies, 38:3. 1979: 203-212. Great piece on using wider historical records of Italian privileges to make sense of suspicious bibliographic claims in the first printed Arabic book from moveable type. Pedersen, Johannes. The Arabic Book. Tr. Geoffrey French. Princeton University Press, 1984.
CHINA Barrett, T. H. The Woman Who Discovered Printing. Yale University Press, 2008. Bray, Francesca, Vera Dorofeeva-Lichtmann, Georges Metailie, eds., Graphics and Text in the Production of Technical Knowledge in China: the Warp and the Weft. Leiden: Brill, 2007. *Cynthia Brokaw. Printing and Book Culture in Late Imperial China. 2005. Especially introduction. Cherniack, Susan. "Book Culture and Textual Transmission in Sung China," Harvard Journal of Asiatic Studies (1994). Chia, Lucille. Printing for Profit. Harvard University Press, 2002. Chow, Kai-Wing. Publishing, Culture and Power in Early Modern China. Edgren, Sцren. Chinese Rare Books in American Collections. China House Gallery, China Institute in America, NYC, 1984. Good on printing techniques. McDermott, Joseph. A Social History of the Chinese Book: Books and Literati Culture in Late Imperial China. Hong Kong University Press, 2006. Meyer-Fong, Tobie. "The Printed Word: Books, Publishing Culture and Society in Late Imperial China," Journal of Asian Studies 66 (2007), 787-817. Zeitlin, Judith and Lydia Liu with Ellen Widmer. Writing and Materiality in China. Essays in Honor of Patrick Hanan. Harvard University Press, 2003.
JAPAN Berry, Mary Elizabeth. Japan in Print: Information and Nation in the Early Modern Period. 2006. Ikegami, Eiko. Bonds of Civility: Aesthetic Networks and the Political Origins of Japanese Culture. Cambridge University Press, 2005. The book is long and could basically be considered a "Japanese" response to Habermas's theory of the bourgeois public sphere -- the important and relevant part is pp. 286-324, Ch. 11 on "The Information Revolution: Japanese commercial publishing and styles of proto-modernity." Kornicki, Peter. The Book in Japan: A Cultural History from the Beginnings to the 19th Century. Brill, 1998. ---. "Manuscript, Not Print: Scribal Culture in the Edo Period," Journal of Japanese Studies 32:1 (Winter 2006): 23-52. He argues here about the way in which manuscripts persisted widely into the mid-19th century as a medium for texts that were rare or censored, as well as for manuals and writings that were circulated only locally or within specialist circles. Richter, Giles. "Recent Studies of the History of Reading and Print Culture in Japan," In Octavo (1995): 4-5. Smith, Henry D. "The History of the Book in Edo and Paris," in James L McClain, John Merriman and Ugawa Kaoru eds., Edo and Paris: Urban Life and the State in the Early Modern Era. Cornell University Press, 1994, pp. 332-52.
KOREA Walraven, Boudewijn. "Reader's Etiquette, and Other Aspects of Book Culture in Choson Korea," in Wilt L. Idema ed., Books in Numbers. Harvard-Yenching Library, Harvard University, 2007: 237­65. de Ceuster, Koen. "The World in a Book: Yu Kilchun's Sуyu kyуnmun" in Korea in the Middle. Deuchler, Martina. "The Korean Rare Books: A Sampling" in Patrick Hanan ed., Treasures of the Yenching. Harvard-Yenching Library, Harvard University, 2003: 55­77. Kim, Michael. "Literary Production, Circulating Libraries, and Private Publishing: The Popular Reception of Vernacular Fiction Texts in the Late Choson Dynasty," Journal of Korean Studies 9-1 (Fall 2004): 1-31. Kyung-jun, Ra. "Early Print Culture in Korea," Korean Culture 20/2 (Summer, 1999): 12-21.
CENSORSHIP Clegg, Cynthia Susan. Press Censorship in Elizabethan England. Cambridge University Press, 1997. It didn't work very well. ---. Press Censorship in Caroline England. Authors not as constrained as we once thought. Darnton, Robert. Forbidden Best-sellers of Pre-revolutionary France. 1996. ---. "A Police Inspector Sorts his Files," in The Great Cat Massacre. Marie-Elizabeth Ducreux, Martin Svatos, eds., Libri Prohibiti: La censure dans l'espace habsbourgeois 1650-1850. Leipzig: Leipziger Universitдtsverlag, 2005. ---. "Reading unto Death: Books and Readers in Eighteenth-Century Bohemia," The Culture of Print: Power and the Uses of Print in Early Modern Europe, ed. Roger Chartier, trans. Lydia G. Cochrane. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1989, 191-229. Fragnito, Gigliola, ed. Church, Censorship and Culture in Postridentine Italy. ---. "La Bibbia al rogo: la censura ecclesiastica e i volgarizzamenti della scrittura, 1471-1605, Bologna 1997. A few years later she published a new study which focuses on censorship against vernacular: 'Proibito capire. La chiesa e il volgare nella prima eta' moderna, Bologna 2005. Giacone, F. "Gli Essais di Montaigne e la censura calvinista," in Bibliothиque d'Humanisme et Renaissance, XLVIII, 1986, 3, pp. 671-699. In the first English translation of the Essais, John Florio refers to the Calvinist censored edition of the work by Simon Goulart rejecting Montaigne's view on suicide. Diego Pirillo is writing a paper on this. Godman, Peter. The Silent Masters: Censors in the High Middle Ages. 2000. Green, Jonathan. The Encyclopedia of Censorship. 1990. Grendler, Paul. Culture and Censorship in Late Renaissance Italy and France. 1981. Higman, Francis. Censorship and the Sorbonne. Hirsch, Rudolf. The Printed Word: Its Impact and Diffusion. London: Variorum Reprints, 1978. Chapter on "Pre-Reformation Censorship of Printed Books." Hsia, R. "The Catholic Book" in The World of Catholic Renewal. 1998. Hurwitz, Leon. Historical Dictionary of Censorship in the U.S. 1985. Jostock, Ingeborg. La censure nйgociйe: le contrфle du livre a Genиve, 1560-1625. Genиve: Droz, 2007. ---. "La censure au quotidient: le controle de l'imprimerie a geneva, 1560-1600," in Pettegree ed., The French Religious Book, pp. 210-38. Guido Kisch, "Die Zensur jьdischer Bьcher in Bцhmen," Jahrbuch der Gesellschaft fьr
Geschichte der Juden in der Czechoslovakischen Republik, 2 (1930): 456-96, esp. 462-65. Loades, David. Politics, Censorhip and the English Reformation. 1991. Monfasani, John. "The First Call for Press Censorship: Niccolo Perotti, Giovanni Andrea Bussi, Antonio Moreto, and the Editing of Pliny's Natural History," Renaissance Quarterly 41 (1988): 131. Meyers, Robin and Michael Harris. Censorship and the Control of Print in England and Framce. 1600-1900. 1992. Ohles, Frederick, Germany's Rude Awakening: Censorship in the Land of the Brothers Grimm. 1992. Patterson, Annabel. Censorship and Interpretation. 1984. Putнk, Alexander. "The Prague Jewish Community" (1999), 28-37. Ricci, Saverio. Inquisitori, censori, filosofi sullo scenario della Controriforma. Rome: Salerno Editrice, 2008. Dedicates to two chapters to censorship and has further bibliography. Soman, Alfred. "Press, Pulpit, and Censorship in France Before Richelieu," in Proceedings of the American Philosophocal Society 1976 120 (6): 439-63. Shuger, Debora. Censorship and Cultural Sensibility: Regulation of Language in Tudor-Stuart England. 2006. Authors not as constrained as we thoguth. Treadwell, Michael. "Some Tercentenrary Thoughts on Freedoms of the Press," Harvard Library Bulletin (1996), 3-19. Censorship in China Brook, Timothy. "Censorship in Eighteenth-Century China: A View from the Book Trade," Canadian Journal of History, 23.2 (1988):177-96. Suggests how the inquisition affected the book trade itself, particularly booksellers caught disseminating prohibited texts. ---- "Edifying Knowledge: The Building of School Libraries in Ming China," Late Imperial China, 17.1 (June 1996): 93-119. Discusses another form of state control: oversight of texts distributed to school libraries. Chan, Hok-lam. Control of Publishing in China, Past and Present. Canberra: Australian National University, 1983. An overview of state oversight. Guy, R. Kent. The Emperor's Four Treasuries: Scholars and the State in the Late Ch'ien-lung Era. Cambridge, Mass.: Council on East Asian Studies, Harvard University. Describes the operation of the Qianlong (r.1736-1795) inquisitions and the ways in which state censorship was
manipulated by both scholar-officials and local elites. Hartman, Charles. "Poetry and Politics in 1079: the Crow Terrance Poetry Case of Su Shih," Chinese Literature: Essays, Articles, Reviews (CLEAR), Vol.12 (Dec., 1990): 15-44. ---. "The Inquisition Against Su Shih: His Sentence as an Example of Sung Legal Practice," Journal of American Oriental Society, Vol. 113, No. 2 (Apr. ­ Jun., 1993). The earliest complete dossier of Chinese poetry trail is from 1079, the Northern Song dynasty, when Su Shih, the most influential literatus at that time, was put into prison because of his poetry and prose. He was charged of slandering the court and the emperor, criticizing the New Policy, sending his works to a lot of friends, and most importantly, having one collection of his printed anonymously. He was interrogated for three months, and his deposition and the final judgment of the court later came out. Sae, Okamoto. Shindai kinsho no kenkyu (Research on prohibited books in China), Tokyo: Tokyo daigaku Toyo bunka kenkyujo, 1996. Provides a detailed analyisis both of the impact of the inquisition at the provincial level and of the large repercussions of censorship for late imperial Chinese intellectual and political history.
TRADE Barber, Giles. Studies in the Book Trade of the European Enlightenment. London: The Pindar Press, 1994. Broomhall, Susan. Women and the Book Trade in Sixteenth-Century France. Aldershot, Hamphire, U.K.: Ashgate, 2002. Hunter, Andrew, ed. Thornton and Tully's Scientific Books, Libraries and Collectors: A Study of Bibliography and the Book Trade in Relation to the History of Science. Ashgate, 2000. Parker, Deborah. "Women in the Book Trade in Italy, 1475-1620," Renaissance Quarterly, 1996: 509ff. Pettegree, Andrew. The Book in the Renaissance. Raven, James. The Business of Books: Booksellers and the English Book Trade, 1450-1850. St. Clair, William. The Reading Nation in the Romantic Period. 1994. *---. "The Political Economy of Reading." John Coffin Memorial Lecture in the History of the Book. London: University of London, 2005. Accessible at Critiques in Sher, The Enlightenment and the Book, 27-30; and Raven, The Business of Books, 231-32. Trade in China Brokaw, Cynthia. Commerce in Culture: the Sibao Book Trade in the Qing and Republican Periods. 2007. Chia, Lucille. Printing for Profit: The Commercial Publishers of Jianyang, Fujian (11th-17th Centuries. 2002.
COPYRIGHT and PRIVILEGES Armstrong, Elizabeth. Before Copyright: The French Book-Privilege System, 1486-1526. 1990. Brown, Cynthia Jane. Poets, Patrons, and Printers: Crisis of Authority in Late Medieval France. 1995. Dawson, Robert L. The French Book Trade and the "Permission Simple" of 1777: Copyright and Public Domain with an Edition of the Permit Registers. Feather, John. Publishing, Piracy and Politics: An Historical Study of Copyright in Britain. 1994. Johns, Adrian. The Nature of the Book. --- Piracy (2009) Loewenstein, Joseph. The Author's Due: Printing and the Prehistory of Copyright. University of Chicago Press, 2002. Fyfe, Aileen. "Copyrights and Competition: Producing and Protecting Children's Books in the Nineteenth Century," Publishing History. 45: 1999, pp. 35-59. McGill, Meredith. American Literature and the Culture of Reprinting, 1834-1853. Rose, Mark. Authors and Owners: The Invention of Copyright. Harvard University Press, 1993. Stern, Simon. "Copyright, Originality and the Public Domain in Eighteenth-Century England" In Originality and Intellectual Property in the French and English Enlightenment, ed. Reginald McGinnis, 69-101. New York: Routledge, 2009. Copyright and Privileges in China Alford, William P. To Steal a Book is an Elegant Offense: Intellectual Property Law in Chinese Civilization. 1995.
MONTAIGNE George Hoffmann, Montaigne's Career. *---. "The Montaigne Monopoly: Revising the Essais under the French Privilege System," PMLA (1993) Legros, Alain. Essais sur poutres. 2001. Ophir, Adi. "A Place of Knowledge Recreated: The Library of Montaigne," Science In Context (1991): 163-89. SHAKESPEARE Kastan, David. Shakespeare and the Book. ---, ed. A Companion to Shakespeare. Cambridge University Press, 1999. Contains sections on reading, on play-writing and playing, and on printing.
BROADSIDES, PAMPHLETS AND NEWSPAPERS Benedict Anderson, Imagined Communities. Carlino, Andrea. Paper Bodies: A Catalogue of Anatomical Fugitive Sheets, 1538-1687. Medical History Supplement, no 19, (1999). Edwards, Mark. Printing, Propaganda and Martin Luther. Farge, Arlette. Subversive Words. 1994. Fleming, Juliet. Grafitti and the Writing Arts of Early Modern England. 2001. Fox, Adam. Oral and Literate Culture in England, 1500-1700. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 2000. Chapter 7 on rumor and news. Green, Ian. Print and Protestantism in Early Modern England. Oxford University Press, 2000. Especially chapter one. ---. The Christian's ABC: Catechisms and Catechiszing in England, 1530-1740, Clarendon Press, 1996. Halasz, Alexandra. The Marketplace of Print: Pamphlets and the Public Sphere in Early Modern England. Cambridge University Press, 1997. Harris, Robert. Politics and the Rise of the Press: Britain and France, 1620-1800. London: Routledge, 1996. Kronick, David. Scientific and Technical Periodicals of the 17th and 18th Centuries. 1991. Loades, David. Politics, Censorship and the English Reformation. 1991. Popkin, Jeremy. "Journals: The New Face of News" in Revolution in Print: The Press in France, 1775-1800. Preston, Cathy Lynn and Michael J Preston, eds. The Other Print Tradition: Essays on Chapbooks, Broadsides and Related Ephemera. 1995. Raymond, Joad. News, Newspapers and Society in Early Modern Britain. London: Frank Cass, 1990. Uses of advertising; how newspapers sold books. Sawyer, Jeffrey K. Printed Poison: Pamphlet Propaganda, Faction Politics and the Public Sphere in Early Seventeenth-Century France. Smith, Nigel. Literature and Revolution in England, 1640-60. Yale University Press, 1994.
Watt, Teresa. Cheap Print and Popular Piety, 1550-1640. 1991. About England.
OWNERSHIP and LIBRARIES Jacob, Christian. Le pouvoir des bibliothиques. Paris: Albin Michel, 1996. Shapin, Steven. "The Mind in Its Own Place: Science and Solitude in Seventeenth-century England," Science in Context 4 (1990). Thornton, Dora. The Scholar in his Study. 1997. Images of scholars in their studies in the 16th and 17th centuries. POPULAR BOOKS *Chartier, Roger. Cultural Uses of Print in Early Modern France. 1989. ---. The Culture of Print: Power and Uses of Print in Early Modern Europe. 1989. Cressy, David. "Books as Totems in 17th Century England and New England," Journal of Library History, Philosophy and Comparative Librarianship 21 (1986): 92-106. Davis, Natalie. "Printing and the People" and "Proverbial Wisdom and Popular Errors," in Society and Culture in Early Modern France. *Ginzburg, Carlo. The Cheese and the Worms. Along with Domenico Scandella known as Menocchio: his trial before the Inquisition, ed. Andrea del Col (1996) Grendler, Paul. "Form and Function in Italian Renaissance Popular Books," RQ 46 (1993): 451-85. Kunzel, David. The Early Comic Strip: Narrative Strips and Picture Stories in the European Broadsheet from 1450-1825. University of California Press, 1973. Ozment, Steven. Reformation Europe: A Guide to Research. Sections on Protestant pamphlets. Scribner, Robert. Articles and book on German print culture. *Spufford, Margaret. Small Books and Pleasant Histories: popular fiction and its Readership in 17th Century England. Athens, GA: University of Georgia Press, 1981.
LITERACY Clanchy, Michael T. "Looking Back from the Invention of Printing," in Literacy in Historical Perspective, ed. Daniel Resnick (1983), pp. 23-42. Graff, Harvey J. The Legacies of Literacy: Continuities and Contradictions in Western culture and Society. Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, 1987. *Houston, R. A. Literacy in Early Modern Europe: Culture and Education, 1500-1800. London and New York: Longman, 1988. Laqueur, Thomas. "Toward a Culture Ecology of Literacy in England, 1600-1850," in Literacy in Historical Perpsective, ed. Daniel Resnick. 1983.
READING Andersen, Jennifer and Elizabeth Sauer. Books and Reader in Early Modern England: Material Studies. University of Pennsylvania Press, 2002. Blair, Ann. The Theater of Nature: Jean Bodin and Renaissance Science. Chapters 2 and 6. Darnton, Robert. "First Steps Toward a History of Reading" in The Kiss of Lamourette. *---. "Readers Respond to Rousseau" in The Great Cat Massacre. de Certeau, Michel. "Reading as Poaching" in The Practice of Everyday Life. 1984. Grafton, Anthony. Commerce with the Classics: Ancient Books and Renaissance Readers. University of Michigan Press, 1997. *--- and Lisa Jardine. "Studied for Action: How Gabriel Harvey Read his Livy," Past and Present (1990). Hankins, James. Plato in THE ITALIAN RENAISSANCE. Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1990. Intro to vol. 1 on kinds of reading. Myers, Robin, Michael Harris, and Giles Mandelbrote, eds. Owners, Annotators and the Signs of Reading. Oak Knoll Press and the British Library, 2005. Raven, James, ed. The Practice and Representation of Reading. 1996. Rose, Jonathan. "Rereading the English Common Reader: A Preface to a History of Audiences," Journal of the History of Ideas (1992): 47-70. ---. "How Historians Study Reader Response: Or What did Jo think of Bleak House?" in Literature in the Marketplace: Nineteenth Century British Publishing and Reading Practices, eds. John O. Jordan and Robert L. Patten. 1995. Rothstein, Marian. Reading in the Renaissance: Amadis de Gaule and the Lessons of Memory. On readers, implicit and actual. Sherman, William H. John Dee: The Politics of Reading and Writing in the English Renaissance. 1995. ---. Used Books: Marking Readers in the Renaissance. Sherman, William. "What Renaissance Readers Wrote in their Books." Books and Readers in Early Modern England: Material Studies, eds. Jenny Andersen and Elizabeth Sauer. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2002. 119-37 Slights, William. Managing Readers. On printed marginalia. Stallybrass, Peter. "Books and Scrolls: Navigating the Bible." Books and Readers in Early Modern
England. Eds. Jennifer Andersen and Elizabeth Sauer. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2002. 42-79 Stern, Virginia F. Gabriel Harvey: His Life, Marginalia and Library. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1979. Woolf, Daniel R. Reading History in Early Modern Europe. Cambridge University Press, 2000.
ENLIGHTENMENT Barber, Giles. Studies in the Book Trade of the European Enlightenment. London: The Pindar Press. 1994. Berkvens-Stevelinck, C., H. Bots, P.G. Hoftijzer, and O.S. Lankhorst, eds., Le Magasin de l'Univers: The Dutch Republic as the Centre of the European Book Trade. Papers presented at the International Collquium held at Wassenaar, 5-7 July 1990. Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1992. Birn, Raymond. Forging Rousseau: Print, Commerce and Cultural Manipulation in the Late Enlightenment. Oxford: Voltaire Foundation, 2001. Chartier, Roger. The Cultural Origins of the French Revolution. Chapter "Do books make revolutions?" Darnton, The Forbidden Best-sellers of pre-revolutionary France. New York: Norton, 1996. Notes in 2318nt17.w51 ---. The Literary Underground of the Old Regime. ---. "The Life Cycle of a Book: A Publishing History of d'Holbach's Systemde la Nature." Filed in main files. ---. The Great Cat Massacre. Chapters "Readers Respond to Rousseau" and "An Inspector Sorts His Files." --- and Daniel Roche, eds. Revolution in Print: the Press in France, 1775-1800. DeMaria, Robert. "Samuel Johnson and the Reading Revolution," Studies in the 18th century, Eighteenth Century Life 16 (1992). Eisenstein, Elizabeth. Grub Street Abroad: French Cosmopolitan Press Under Louis XIV to the French Revolution. 1992. Farge, Arlette. Dire et mal dire: l'opinion publique au xviiie. 1992. Goodman, Dena. "L'ortografe des dames": Gender and Language in the Old Regime. French Historical Studies. 2002. On-line on Hollis. Goulemot, Jean-Marie. Ces livres qu'on ne lit que d'une main. 1991. On pornography. Hunt, Lynn, ed. The Invention of Pornography. Johns, Adrian. "Print and Public Science" in The Cambridge History of Science, Vol. 4 (18thcentury), ed. Roy Porter. Cambridge University Press, 2003. Labrosse, Claude. Lire au xviiie siecle. la nouvelle heloise et ses lecteurs. Universitй de Lyon et editions du CNRS, 1985. Reactions to La Nouvelle Heloise in letters (published in Rousseau's
correspondence only it seems) and in the periodical press. Mornet, Daniel. "Les enseignements des bibliothиques privйes (1750-1780)," in Revue d'histoire littйraire de la France (1910), pp. 449-96. Moureau, Francois. De bonne main. la communication mss au xviie. Paris: unviersitas and Oxford: Voltaire Foundation, 1993. Porter, Roy and John Brewer. Consumption and the World of Goods. Chapter on books. Price, Leah. The Anthology and the Rise of the Novel. 2000. Raven, James. The Business of Books: Booksellers and the English Book Trade, 1450-1850. Yale University Press, 2007. I hve a copy Schцn, Erich. Der Verlust der Sinnlichkeit oder die Verwandlungen des Lesers. Stuttgart: KlettCotta, 1987. Importance of 18th in history of reading; use of iconography (all reporoductions are black and white); reading in the open. Starts with general overview of history of reading, includes figures on kinds of books published total, broken down into categories. esp 18th-19th. End of reading aloud (starts ch with quotation from Sacchini). Comaprtmentalization of work time and free time, the night time being for reading. Pedagogy about waking kids up so they don't become habituated to sleep (cf. Rousseau's Emile). Sher, Richard. The Enlightenment and the Book: Scottish Authors and their Publishers in 18th Century Britain, Ireland and America. University of Chicago Press, 2006. Turnovsky, Geoffrey. The Literary Market: Authorship and Modernity in the Old Regime. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, c2010. Wittmann, Reinhard. "Was there a Reading Revolution in the Eighteenth Century?" in Cavallo and Chartier, A Hist of Reading in the West.
NOVEL Barchas, Janine. Graphic Design, Print culture and the Eighteenth-century Novel. Cambridge University Press, 2003. Donovan, Josephin. Women and the Rise of the Novel 1405-1726. Doody, Margaret. The True Story of the Novel. Rutgers University Press, 1996. Hunter, Paul. Before Novels: The Cultural Contexts of Eighteenth-century English Fiction. 1990. McKeon, Michael. The Origins of the English Novel 1600-1740. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1987. Taylor, John Tinnon. Early Opposition to the English Novel: The Popular Reaction from 1760 to 1830. New York: King's Crown Pres, 1943. Watt, Ian. Origin of the Novel.
NINETEENTH AND TWENTIETH CENTURIES Allen, James Smith. In the Public Eye: A History of Reading in Modern France. 1991. Altick, Richard D. The English Common Reader: A Social History of the Mass Reading Public, 1800-1900. University of Chicago Press, 1957. 2318nt19.w51 and 2318nt20.w51 and also see Jonathan Rose, "Rereading the English Common Reader: A Preface to a History of Audiences," Journal of the History of Ideas (1992): 47-70. Baldasty, Gerald. The Commercialization of News in the Nineteenth Century. University of Wisconsin Press, 1992. Bloch, R. Howard. God's Plagiarist: Being an Account of the Fabulous Industry and Irregular Commerce of the Abbй Migne. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1994. Cahn, Michael. "Wissenschaft im medium der typographie. colelcted papers aus crige 1880-1910," in Fachschrifttum bibliothek und naturwissenschaft in 19 and 20 jhdt, ed. Christoph Meinel. Carey, John. The Intellectuals and the Masses: Pride and Prejudice among the Literary Intelligentsia, 1880-1939. Cross, Nigel. The Common Writer. 2318nt19.w51. Darnton, Robert. Berlin Journal, 1989-90. 1991. On the role of media in the fall of the Wall. Eliot, Simon. "The Business of Victorian Publishing." The Cambridge Companion to the Victorian Novel, ed. Deirdre David. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2001. 37-60. Erickson, Lee. The Economy of Literary Form: English Literature and the Industrialization of Publishing, 1800-50. 1996. Feltes, N.N. Literary Capital and the Late Victorian Novel. University of Wisconsin Press, 1990. Material on Gissing and James. Chapter on "Publishing as Capital." ---. Modes of Production of Victorian Novels. University of Chicago Press, 1986. 2318nt19.w51 and excerpt in Book History Reader. Flint, Kate. Essay on railway reading. The Feeling of Reading: Affective Experience and Victorian Literature. Ed. R. Ablow. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2010. Furet, Francois and Mona Ozouf. Lire et ecrire: l'alphabetisation des francais de Calvin a Jules Ferry. Especially vol. 1.
Fyfe, Aileen. "Copyrights and Competition: Producing and Protecting Children's Books in the Nineteenth Century." Publishing History. 45: 1999, pp. 35-59. Gee, Malcolm and Tim Kirk. Printed Matters: Printing, Publishing and Urban Culture in Europe in the Modern Period. 2002. Gitelman, Lisa. Scripts, Grooves, and Writing Machines: Representing Technology in the Edison Era. 1999. Gross, John. The Rise and Fall of the Man of Letters: Aspects of English Literary Life Since 1800. London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1969. Gunning, Tom. "Re-newing Old Technologies: Astonishment, Second Nature, and the Uncanny in Technology from the Previous Turn of the Century," in David Thorburn and Henry Jenkins, eds., Rethinking Media Change: The Aesthetics of Transition. 2003. Haynes, Christine. Lost Illusions: The Politics of Publishing in Nineteenth-century France. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 2009. Heyck, T.W. The Transformation of Intellectual Life in Victorian Britain. 1982. Hoggart, Richard. The Uses of Literacy. New Brunswick: Transaction Publishers, 1992. Howsam, Leslie. Cheap Bibles: Ninetheenth-century Publishing and the British and Foreign Bible Society. 1992. Jackson, H. J. Marginalia: Readers Writing in Books. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2001. Jordan, John O. and Robert L Patten, eds. Literature in the Marketplace: Nineteenth-century British Publishing and Reading Practices. Kittler, Friedrich. Aufschreibesysteme, 1800-1900. Wilhelm Fink Verlag, 1995. 1800: Muttermund: learning to read, spell. double life of dichter-beamten um 1800. Poetry, authorship, women. Then 1900: technical media: grammophones; psychophysik des buchstaen... could really use a book review consultation!! Lyons, Martyn. Le triomphe du livre: une histoire sociologique de la lecture dans la France du XIXe Siиcle. Paris: Promodis, йditions du cercle de la librairie, 1987. Marvin, Caroyn. When Old Technologies Were New: Thinking about Electrical Communication in the Late Nineteenth Century. 1987. McAleer, Joseph. Popular Reading and Publishing in Britain, 1914-50. 1992. Mitch, David F. The Rise of Popular Literacy in Victorian England: The Influence of Private Choice and Public Policy. 1992.
Mollier, Jean-Yves. L'argent et les lettres: histoire du capitalisme d'edition 1880-1920. 1988. Nye, David. Electrifying America: Social Meanings of a New Technology, 1880-1940. 1990. Parent-Lardeur, Franзoise. Lire а Paris au temps de Balzac: les cabinets de lecture а Paris 1815-30. Paris: Editions de l'EHESS, 1981. ---. Les cabinets de lecture. Paris: Payot, 1982. Notes in 2318nt19.w51 Poulain, Martaine, ed. Pour une sociologie de la lecture dans la France contemporaine, 1988. Schmoller, Hans. "The Paperback Revolution" in Essays in the History of Publishing. Ed. Asa Briggs. 1974. Secord, James. Victorian Sensation: The Extraordinary Publication, Reception and Secret Authorship of the Vestiges of the Natural History of Creation. 2000. Standage, Tom. The Victorian Internet: The Remarkable Story of the Telgraph and the Nineteenth Century's Online Pioneers. 1998. Sutherland, John. "The Victorian Novelists: Who Were They?" in Book History Reader.
U.S. Amory, Hugh and David Hall, eds. A History of the Book in America. Vol. 1. The Colonial Book in the Atlantic World. Cambridge University Press. 2000. Bailyn, Bernard and John B Hench, eds. The Press and the American Revolution. Worcester: Antiquarian Society, 1980. Brodhead, Richard. Cultures of Letters: Scenes of Reading and Writing in Nineteenth Century America. Brown, Richard D. Knowledge is Power: The Diffusion of Information in Early America 17001865. 1989. Davidson, Cathy N. Revolution and the World: The Rise of the Novel in America. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1986. Denning, Michael. Mechanic Accents: Dime Novels and Working Class Culture in America. Lodnon: Verso, 1987. Franklin, Benjamin. Autobiography. Norton edition. Gilmore, William J. Reading Becomes Necessity of Life: Material and Cultural Life in Rural New England 1780-1835. Knoxveille, TN: University of Tennessee Press, 1989. Green, James. "Benjamin Franklin as Publisher and Bookseller" in Reappraising Benjamin Franklin, ed. J.A. Leo Lemay. ---. "Thinking about Benjamin Franklin's Library" in Finding Colonial Americas, ed. Carla Mulford and David Shields. James N Green and Peter Stallybrass, Benjamin Franklin. writer and printer (Newcastle, DE, Philladelphia and London: Oak Knoll Press, lIbrary company of philadelphia, the british library, 2006). Hall, David D. Cultures of Print: Essays in the History of the Book. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 1996. ---. "Uses of Literacy" in Worlds of Wonder; Days of Judgment. Harvard University Press. Henkin, David. City Reading: Written Words and Public Spaces in Antebellum New York. 1998. Lehmann-Haupt, Hellmut, The Book in America: A History of the Making and Selling of Books in the U.S. 2nd ed. New York: R. R. Bowker Co., 1951. Lehuu. Carnival on the Page.
Levine, Lawrence W. Highbrow/ Lowbrow: The Emergence of Cultural Hierarchy in America. Harvard University Press, 1988. Plakins Thornton, Tamara. Handwriting in America: A Cultural History. Yale University Press, 1996. Radway, Janice. A Feeling for Books: The Book of the Month Club, Literary Taste and MiddleClass Desire. 1997. ---. Reading the Romance. Excepted in History of Book reader. Raven, James. London Booksellers and American Customers: Transatlantic Literary Community and the Charleston Library Society 1748-1811. 2001. Rubin, Joan Shelley. The Making of Middle Brow Culture. University of North Carolina Press, 1992. Warner, Michael. The Letters of the Republic: Publication and the Public Sphere in Eighteenthcentury America. Harvard University Press, 1990. Wolf, Edwin. The Book Culture of a Colonial American City: Philadelphia Books, Bookmen and Booksellers. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1988. Wroth, Lawrence. An American Bookshelf, 1755. University of Pennsylvania Press, 1934. Zboray, Ronald. Fictive People: economic development and the American Reading Public.
INFORMATION AGE/NEW MEDIA David S Alberts and Daniel S Papp eds., The information age: an anthology on its impacts and consequences (Washington DC: National Defense University, 1997). Birkerts, Sven. Gutenberg Elegies: The Fate of Reading in an Electronic Age. Bloch, R. Howard and Carla Hesse, eds. Future Libraries. University of California Press, 1993. Brown, John Seely and Paul Duguid. Social Life of Information (2002) Cole, John Y., ed. Books in Our Future: Perspectives and Proposals. Washington: Library of Congress, 1987. Robert Darnton, the Case for books. Duguid, Paul. "Material Matters: The Past and Futurology of the Book." Book History Reader. ---. Paul Duguid, "inheritance and los? A brief survey of google books," in First Monday 12:8 (2007) available on-line Feather, John. The Information Society: A Study of Continuity and Change. 1994. Gitelman, Lisa. New Media 1740-1915. 2003. ---. Gitelman, Lisa. Always Already New: Media, History, and the Data of Culture. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2006. Haas, Christina. Writing Technology: Studies on the Materiality of Literacy. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Publishers, 1996. *Robert Hassan and Julian Thomas eds., The New Media Theory Reader, Open University Press, 2006. Hayles, N. Katherine. Writing Machines. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2002. Haywood, Trevor. Info-rich ­ Info-poor: Access and Exchange in the Global Information Society. 1995. Lewis Hyde, Common As Air (2010) Henry Jenkins, Convergence culture: where old and new media collide. NYU press, 2006 Hugh Kenner, The Mechanic Muse (OUP, 1987)
*Matthew Kirschenbaum, Mechanisms: new media and the forensic imagination (2008) Lessig, Lawrence. "Creative commons" Florida Law Review (2003): 763-77 Levy, David M. Scrolling Forward: Making Sense of Documents in the Digital Age. Liu, Alan. "Transcendental Data: Toward a Cultural History and Aesthetics of the New Encoded Discourse." Critical Inquiry 31.1 (Autumn 2004): 49-84. Lyotard, J-Francois. The Postmodern Condition. First few pages. Jim Macnamara, The 21st century media (R )evolution: emergent communication practices. Peter Lang, 2010 Manovich, Lev. The Language of New Media. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2002 McGann, Jerome. "The Rationale of Hypertext": . McGann, Jerome. Radiant Textuality: Literature after the World Wide Web. McLuhan, Marshall. The Gutenberg Galaxy: The Making of Typographic Man. University of Toronto Press, 1962 Robert S Nelson, "The slide lecture or the work of the art historian the age of mechanical reproduction," Critical inquiry 26;3 (2000), 414-34 Nunberg, Geoffrey, ed. The Future of the Book. University of California Press, 1996. Johh Palfrey and Urs Gasser, Born digital: understanding the first generation of digital natives. Perseus group, 2008. John Pavlik. Media in the digital age. Columbia UP, 2008 Shillingsburg, Peter. From Gutenberg to Google: electronic rpresentations of lit texts. 2006 Don Tapscott, Growing up digital (1998); Grown up digital (2009) Van den Boomen, Marianne et al eds., Digital Material: tracing new media in everyday life and technology. Amsterdam UP 2009. academic-theory articles by Europeans. Vise, David A. The Google story (2008) Noah Wadrip-Fruin and Nick Montfort eds, The new media reader. Excerpts from classic writings from 1940s to 1990s: primary source reader mostly.

SE Caspar

File: graduate-field-exam-in-history-of-the-book-and-of-reading-reading.pdf
Title: 3010book2011
Author: SE Caspar
Author: amblair
Published: Mon Aug 1 16:12:56 2011
Pages: 44
File size: 0.26 Mb

Chapter 7, 30 pages, 1.63 Mb

, pages, 0 Mb

, pages, 0 Mb
Copyright © 2018