Textual Cultures: Texts, Contexts, Interpretation

Spring 2020

Table of Contents (i-v)

Dedication (v)

Presidential Address

Borghini’s Dilemma: Print Thinking and the Digital” H. Wayne Storey (1-28)


‘Obedezco pero no cumplo’: Surviving Censorship in Early Modern Spain” Rolena Adorno (29-74)

Transcribing Petrarch’s Genres in the Late Fourteenth Century: An Ongoing Conversation with the Observations from MSS Cologny Bodmer 131 and Gambalunga SC-Ms. 93” Giulia Benghi (106-27)

The Sound of Red Dust: Jean Toomer, Marion Brown, and the Sonic Transactions of ‘Karintha’ ” Jürgen E. Grandt (128-48)

Rationale for Feminist Bibliography” Kate Ozment (149-78)

Time and the Bibliographer: A Meditation on the Spirit of Book Studies” Matt Cohen (179-206)

EEBO and Me: An Autobiographical Response to Michael Gavin, ‘How to Think About EEBO’ ”  Peter C. Herman (207-16)

Book Reviews

Review of CLOUTIER, Jean-Christophe. 2019. Shadow Archives: The Lifecyles of African American Literature – Stephanie Browner (217-22)

Review of EGGERT, Paul. 2019. The Work and the Reader in Literary Studies: Scholarly Editing and Book History – Christine Froula (223-28)

Review of FUENTES, Marisa J. 2016. Dispossessed Lives: Enslaved Women, Violence, and the Archive – Samantha Pinto (228-30)

Review of HOFER, Matthew, and Michael GOLSTON, eds. 2019. The L=A=N=G=U=A=G=E Letters: Selected 1970s Correspondence of Bruce Andrews, Charles Bernstein, and Ron Silliman – Solveig Daugaard (231-36)

Review of JENSTAD, Janelle, Mark KAETHLER, and Jennifer ROBERTS-SMITH, eds. 2018. Shakespeare’s Language in Digital Media: Old Words, New Tools – Suzanne Gossett (237-41)

Back Matter

Notes on Contributors (242-45)

The Society for Textual Scholarship (246-47)

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