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May 3, 2010

Submitted by alycia on Tue, 05/04/2010 - 09:01
  • Richard S. Newman, "Liberation Technology: Black Printed Protest in the Age of Franklin." Early American Studies, Winter 2010
  • Adrian Johns, "Faust and the Pirates: The Cultural Construction of the Printing Revolution" from The Nature of the Book: Print and Knowledge in the Making
  • Joseph A. Dane, "The Myth of Print Culture" from The Myth of Print Culture: Essays on Evidence, Textuality, and Bibliographical Method
  • Eric Slauter, "Reading and Radicalization: Print, Politics, and the American Revolution." Early American Studies, Winter 2010
  • Michael Everton, "The Would-be-Author and the Real Bookseller: Thomas Paine and Eighteenth-Century Printing Ethics." Early American Literature, Vol.40, No.1

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