University Press Week Bookseller Spotlight: Greedy Reads
Historian's High-Tech X-Ray of Medieval Book Reveals Mysterious Object
The Spring 2022 issue of Digital Philology: A Journal of Medieval Cultures includes a fascinating paper by J.D. Sargan, Jessica J. Lockhart, Andrew J. Nelson, D.L. Meert-Williston, and Alexandra Gillespie. Dr. Sargan and his team describe the results of a new...
New Horizons for Early Modern European Scholarship
Since the consolidation of History as a professionalized discipline in the nineteenth century, the study of early modern Europe has stimulated some of its most provocative and creative scholarship. From Leopold Ranke to Jakob Burkhardt to Fernand Braudel to...
How My New Book about Jane Austen Started with Stephenie Meyer
Guest post by Janine Barchas In The Lost Books of Jane Austen, I champion the cheapest and least authoritative reprints of an important author, mixing hardcore bibliography with the tactics of the Antiques Roadshow. How I came to stray from scholarly libraries...