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Humanist Archives: Aug. 18, 2021, 7:01 a.m. Humanist 35.193 - pubs: book history & digital humanities

				                  Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 35, No. 193.
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        Date: 2021-08-17 10:17:07+00:00
        From: Tonra, Justin 
        Subject: Eighteenth-Century Studies special issue on Book History & Digital Humanities

Subscribers may be interested in the new issue of ­_Eighteenth-Century Studies_
journal, a special issue on Book History & Digital Humanities.

Volume 54, Number 4, Summer 2021
Special Issue: Book History and Digital Humanities
Justin Tonra, Guest Editor
https://muse.jhu.edu/issue/45778

Introduction
JUSTIN TONRA
Book History and Digital Humanities in the Long Eighteenth Century

Articles

LEAH ORR
From Methods to Conclusions: The Limits of the Knowable in Digital Book History

CASSIDY HOLAHAN
Rummaging in the Dark: ECCO as Opaque Digital Archive

CHRISTOPHER N. WARREN, AVERY WISCOMB, PIERCE WILLIAMS, SAMUEL V. LEMLEY, AND MAX
G'SELL
Canst Thou Draw Out _Leviathan_ with Computational Bibliography? New Angles on
Printing Thomas Hobbes' "Ornaments" Edition

MARK J. HILL AND MIKKO TOLONEN
A Computational Investigation into the Authorship of _Sister Peg_

KANDICE SHARREN, KATE OZMENT, AND MICHELLE LEVY
Gendering Digital Bibliography with the _Women's Print History Project­_

ALICIA C. MONTOYA
Enlightenment? What Enlightenment? Reflections on Half a Million Books (British,
French, and Dutch Private Libraries, 1665-1830)

MATTHEW SANGSTER, KAREN BASTON, AND BRIAN AITKEN
Reconstructing Student Reading Habits in Eighteenth-Century Glasgow:
Enlightenment Systems and Digital Reconfigurations

JEANNE M. BRITTON
Graphic Constructions of Knowledge in Piranesi's Maps and Diderot's
_Encyclopédie_

ALESSANDRA DE MULDER
London Calling from the Auction World: A Methodological Journey through
Eighteenth-Century London Auction Advertisements

--
Dr Justin Tonra
Lecturer in English
School of English & Creative Arts
National University of Ireland Galway


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