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September 5, 2011

Submitted by alycia on Tue, 09/06/2011 - 07:39
  • Harvey J. Graff, "The Moral Bases of Literacy," from The Literacy Myth
  • Graff, "The Nineteenth-Century Origins of Our Times," from The Legacies of Literacy
  • Thomas Toon, "The Uses of Literacy in Anglo-Saxon England," from Literacy: Interdisciplinary Conversations
  • Mary Louise Pratt, "Arts of the Contact Zone," from Profession
  • Bill Bell, "Symposium: What was the History of the Book? Introduction," from Modern Intellectual History
  • Robert Darnton, "What is the History of Books?" from Daedalus
  • Darnton, "'What is the History of Books?' Revisited," from Modern Intellectual History
  • More of Old Books and New Histories: An Orientation to Studies in Book and Print Culture

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