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      SHARP, (Society for the History of Authorship, Reading & Publishing); Black, Fiona A.; Connors, Linda; Gadd, Ian Anders; Gutjahr, Paul C. (Society for the History of Authorship, Reading, and Publishing, 2001)
      This is the Spring 2001 issue of SHARP News. SHARP News (ISSN 1073-1725) is the quarterly newsletter of the Society for the History of Authorship, Reading and Publishing, Inc. Editor: Fiona Black; Associate Editor & Bibliographer: Linda Connors; Book Review Editors: Ian Gadd, Paul Gutjahr. CONTENTS: GUEST COMMENT; LETTERS; RESOURCES; CALLS FOR PAPERS; CALLS FOR CONTRIBUTIONS; CONFERENCES; AWARDS & FELLOWSHIPS; EXHIBITIONS; BOOK REVIEWS; BIBLIOGRAPHY; SHARP NEWS OF NOTE; SHARPEND. This issue includes the following contributions: Post-Colonial Reflections on the Late Victorian Fiction Business, by Elizabeth Morrison (GUEST COMMENT) (pp. 1-4); From London to St. Louis: The Contents of Eighteenth-Century Periodicals, by James E. Tierney (RESOURCES) (pp. 5-6); The Spectator Project: A Hypermedia Research Archive of Eighteenth-Century Periodicals, by Joseph Chaves (RESOURCES) (pp. 6-7); Study Meeting on the City and the Book, Florence, Italy, 30 May-1 June 2001 (CALLS FOR PAPERS) (p. 7); Facts and Fictions: Ireland and the Novel in the Nineteenth Century, Centre for Editorial and Intertextual Research, Cardiff University, 14-16 September 2001 (CALLS FOR PAPERS) (pp. 7-8); Printing History: New Criteria, Reading, UK, 11 January 2002 (CALLS FOR PAPERS) (p. 8); Cambridge Project for the Book Trust New Colloquia, London, UK, 8 September 2001 (CALLS FOR PAPERS) (p. 8); Women Editing Periodicals (CALLS FOR PAPERS) (p. 8); Remembering Don McKenzie, National Library of New Zealand, Wellington, New Zealand, 12-14 July 2001 (CONFERENCES) (p. 9); Print Culture in the Age of the Circulating Library, 1750-1850, Gronigen and Sheffield Hallam Universities, Sheffield, UK, 19-22 July 2001 (CONFERENCES) (p. 9); SHARP 2001 Ninth Annual Conference, Richmond and Williamsburg, Virginia, 19-22 July 2001 (CONFERENCES) (pp. 9-10); Munby Fellowship in Bibliography, 2002-2003, Cambridge University Library (AWARDS & FELLOWSHIPS) (p. 10); History of the Book in Latvia, by Peter Mitham (EXHIBITIONS) (pp. 10-11); BOOK REVIEWS, by Kathryn Sutherland, Ronald Huebert, Marija Dalbello, Gene Kannenberg, Jr., Genelle Gertz-Robinson, Paul Morgan (pp. 11-15); Book Award: George Palmer Putnam: Representative American Publisher, by Ezra Greenspan (SHARP NEWS OF NOTE) (p. 16); SHARP Election (SHARP NEWS OF NOTE) (p. 16).
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      SHARP, (Society for the History of Authorship, Reading & Publishing); Finkelstein, David; Connors, Linda; Black, Fiona A. (Society for the History of Authorship, Reading, and Publishing, 1998)
      This is the Winter 1997-98 issue of SHARP News. SHARP News (ISSN 1073-1725) is the quarterly newsletter of the Society for the History of Authorship, Reading and Publishing, Inc. Editor: David Finkelstein; Associate Editor: Linda Connors; Book Review Editor: Fiona Black. CONTENTS: THE ELIOT-PHELIPS COLLECTION CATALOGING PROJECT; STUDENTS INTO SCHOLARS--SORT OF; CALL FOR ESSAY PROPOSALS; CALL FOR PAPERS; JOB ANNOUNCEMENTS; LECTURES AND SEMINARS; SCHOLARLY LIAISONS; WEB WATCH; BOOK REVIEWS; BIBLIOGRAPHY; SHARPEND. This issue includes the following contributions: STUDENTS INTO SCHOLARS--SORT OF, by D.J. Trela (pp. 1-3); Periodical Literature in Eighteenth-Century America (CALL FOR ESSAY PROPOSALS) (p. 3); Midwest Modern Language Association; William Morris Society; Tenth International Congress on the Enlightenment (CALL FOR PAPERS) (pp. 3-4); Printing Historical Society; From Text to Book; Scottish Centre for the Book (LECTURES AND SEMINARS) (pp. 4-5); American Society of Church History/American Historical Association; History of the Book in Canada; SHARP/American Studies Association Caucus; Popular Culture Association: Reading and Publishing Popular Literature (SCHOLARLY LIAISONS) (pp. 5-6); BOOK REVIEWS, by John Feather, Robert N. Matuozzi, Richard W. Clement, David Finkelstein, Graham Law (pp. 7-10).
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      SHARP, (Society for the History of Authorship, Reading & Publishing); Black, Fiona A.; Connors, Linda; Gadd, Ian Anders; Gutjahr, Paul C. (Society for the History of Authorship, Reading, and Publishing, 2002)
      This is the Summer 2002 issue of SHARP News. SHARP News (ISSN 1073-1725) is the quarterly newsletter of the Society for the History of Authorship, Reading and Publishing, Inc. Editor: Fiona Black; Associate Editor & Bibliographer: Linda Connors; Book Review Editors: Ian Gadd, Paul Gutjahr. CONTENTS: CALLS FOR PAPERS; CONFERENCES; AWARDS AND FELLOWSHIPS; CONFERENCE REPORTS; BOOK HISTORY SOCIETIES; OBITUARY: PETER ISAAC; BOOK REVIEWS; BIBLIOGRAPHY; SHARP END; CORRECTIONS. This issue includes the following contributions: American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies: The Global Trade in Books, Periodicals and Other Forms of Print in the Long Eighteenth Century, University of California, Los Angeles, 3-8 August 2003 (CALLS FOR PAPERS) (p. 1); 17th Annual DeBartolo Conference on Eighteenth-Century Studies: The History of Manners, Tampa, Florida, 20-22 February 2003 (CALLS FOR PAPERS) (pp. 1-2); The History of Medicine, University College, London, 20-21 June 2003 (CALLS FOR PAPERS) (p. 2); Literary London: 1660 to 1830, Mayfair, London, 13 September 2002 (CONFERENCES) (pp. 2-3); History of the Maritime Book, Princeton University, NJ, 4-5 October 2002 (CONFERENCES) (p. 3); The Future History of the Book, Koninklijke Bibliotheek, The Hague, Netherlands, 7-8, (9) November 2002 (CONFERENCES) (pp. 3-4); Cambridge University Library Munby Fellowship in Bibliography, 2003-2004 (AWARDS AND FELLOWSHIPS) (p. 4); William L. Mitchell Prize for Research on Early British Serials (AWARDS AND FELLOWSHIPS) (p. 4); The History of Libraries in the United States: Hosted by the Library Company of Philadelphia, 11-13 April 2002, by Michael A. Baenen (CONFERENCE REPORTS) (pp. 4-5); American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies, by Eleanor Shevlin (CONFERENCE REPORTS) (p. 5); The Ticknor Society (BOOK HISTORY SOCIETIES) (pp. 5-6); BOOK REVIEWS, by Margaret Beetham, Caroline Davis, Anne MacKinnon, Anne Marie Lane, George L. Parker, Alexis Weedon (pp. 6-10); Editorial News (SHARP END) (p. 12).
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      SHARP, (Society for the History of Authorship, Reading & Publishing); Rose, Jonathan; Connors, Linda; Metzger, Philip A. (Society for the History of Authorship, Reading, and Publishing, 1996)
      This is the Summer 1996 issue of SHARP News. SHARP News (ISSN 1073-1725) is the quarterly newsletter of the Society for the History of Authorship, Reading and Publishing, Inc. Editor: Jonathan Rose; Associate Editor: Linda Connors; Book Review Editor: Philip A. Metzger. CONTENTS: WORCESTER CONFERENCE HOSTS RECORD TURNOUT, CREATES FUND TO AID GRADUATE STUDENTS; CALL FOR PAPERS AND REGISTRATION INFORMATION: 1997 CONFERENCE AT CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY; NEW SHARP SCHOLARLY JOURNAL NOW SOLICITING CONTRIBUTIONS; NOMINATIONS SOUGHT FOR 1997 ELECTIONS OF SHARP OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS; SCHOLARS HONOR D.F. MCKENZIE WITH ANNUAL LECTURE AND TEACHING AWARD; THE HISTORY OF THE BOOK IN AUSTRALIA: A REPORT FROM THE FIELD; BOOK REVIEWS; CALLS FOR CONTRIBUTORS; CALLS FOR PAPERS; CONFERENCES; COURSES & SEMINARS; LECTURES; FELLOWSHIPS & AWARDS; RESOURCES; NEW PUBLICATIONS; HOW WE ARE DOING. This issue includes the following contributions: BOOK REVIEWS, by Germaine Warkentin (pp. 5-6).
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      SHARP, (Society for the History of Authorship, Reading & Publishing); Finkelstein, David; Connors, Linda; Black, Fiona A. (Society for the History of Authorship, Reading, and Publishing, 2000)
      This is the Winter 1999-2000 issue of SHARP News. SHARP News (ISSN 1073-1725) is the quarterly newsletter of the Society for the History of Authorship, Reading and Publishing, Inc. Editor: David Finkelstein; Associate Editor: Linda Connors; Book Review Editor: Fiona Black. CONTENTS: MAJOR AWARD FOR BOOK HISTORY; NEW EDITORS, NEW ADDRESSES; MAJOR FUNDING FOR CANADIAN BOOK HISTORY; GERMAN BOOK HISTORY NETWORK FOUNDED; MAINZ REGISTRATION OPENS; UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO ANNOUNCES BOOK HISTORY PROGRAMME; IN MY VIEW: PUTTING "SEXY" AND "TRADE ARCHIVES" INTO THE SAME SENTENCE; EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY DUTCH READING CULTURE; 18TH CENTURY IRISH PRINT CULTURE RESOURCE NOW AVAILABLE; 1999 INTERNATIONAL HISTORY OF THE BOOK PROJECTS ROUNDUP; AWARDS AND FELLOWSHIPS; CALLS FOR CONTRIBUTIONS; CALLS FOR PAPERS; CONFERENCE ANNOUNCEMENT; LECTURES AND SEMINARS; PRIZES; SCHOLARLY LIAISONS; BOOK REVIEWS; BIBLIOGRAPHY; SHARPEND. This issue includes the following contributions: IN MY VIEW: PUTTING "SEXY" AND "TRADE ARCHIVES" INTO THE SAME SENTENCE, by Trysh Travis (pp. 2-3); EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY DUTCH READING CULTURE, by José de Kruif (pp. 3-4); 1999 INTERNATIONAL HISTORY OF THE BOOK PROJECTS ROUNDUP, by Ian R. Willison, John Y. Cole (pp. 4-5); Cambridge Project for the Book Trust (CONFERENCE ANNOUNCEMENT) (p. 8); BOOK REVIEWS, by I.R. Willison, Bertrum H. MacDonald, Warren McDougall, Yannick Portebois, Alistair McCleery (pp. 9-14).
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      SHARP, (Society for the History of Authorship, Reading & Publishing); Finkelstein, David; Connors, Linda; Black, Fiona A. (Society for the History of Authorship, Reading, and Publishing, 1999)
      This is the Autumn 1999 issue of SHARP News. SHARP News (ISSN 1073-1725) is the quarterly newsletter of the Society for the History of Authorship, Reading and Publishing, Inc. Editor: David Finkelstein; Associate Editor: Linda Connors; Book Review Editor: Fiona Black. CONTENTS: IN MY VIEW: WHY DON'T WE HAVE ANY "SCHOOLS OF LIBRARY AND READING STUDIES?"; CROSSING THE LINE: PRINT CULTURE DOWN UNDER; OVERLAPPING BOUNDARIES CONFERENCE; READING CONFERENCE IN EDINBURGH; THE MIGHTY ENGINE: THE BBT SEMINAR; THE AMERICAN PRINT MARKETPLACE: FROM PAMPHLETS TO PH.D. DISSERTATIONS OR, ONE WAY TO TEACH THE HISTORY OF THE BOOK TO GRADUATE STUDENTS; CALLS FOR PAPERS; CALLS FOR CONTRIBUTIONS; CONFERENCES; EXHIBITIONS; FELLOWSHIPS; LECTURES; ESSAY AND MANUSCRIPT PRIZES; SEMINARS; BOOK REVIEWS; BIBLIOGRAPHY; IN MEMORIAM: WILLIAM EVAN FREDEMAN; SHARPEND. This issue includes the following contributions: IN MY VIEW: WHY DON'T WE HAVE ANY "SCHOOLS OF LIBRARY AND READING STUDIES?", by Wayne A. Wiegand (pp. 1-2); OVERLAPPING BOUNDARIES CONFERENCE, by David Finkelstein (p. 3); READING CONFERENCE IN EDINBURGH, by Helen Williams (p. 4); THE MIGHTY ENGINE: THE BBT SEMINAR, by Barry McKay (pp. 4-5); THE AMERICAN PRINT MARKETPLACE: FROM PAMPHLETS TO PH.D. DISSERTATIONS OR, ONE WAY TO TEACH THE HISTORY OF THE BOOK TO GRADUATE STUDENTS, by Paul Gutjahr (pp. 5-6); Expressionism and Modernity: Function and Meaning in German Expressionist Prints; Libraries and the Book Trade: The Formation of Collections in the Public Sphere from the 16th to the 20th Century (CONFERENCES) (p. 7); Chicago under Wraps: Dust Jackets from 1920-1950; Jock Elliott's Christmas Books (EXHIBITIONS) (pp. 7-8); BOOK REVIEWS, by John Feather, Graham Jefcoate, Jonathan Rose, Kathleen Kamerick (pp. 10-14).
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      SHARP, (Society for the History of Authorship, Reading & Publishing); Black, Fiona A.; Connors, Linda; Gadd, Ian Anders; Gutjahr, Paul C. (Society for the History of Authorship, Reading, and Publishing, 2000)
      This is the Summer 2000 issue of SHARP News. SHARP News (ISSN 1073-1725) is the quarterly newsletter of the Society for the History of Authorship, Reading and Publishing, Inc. Editor: Fiona Black; Associate Editor: Linda Connors; Book Review Editors: Ian Gadd, Paul Gutjahr. CONTENTS: GUEST COMMENT; CALLS FOR PAPERS; CALLS FOR CONTRIBUTIONS; CONFERENCES; AWARDS & FELLOWSHIPS; CONFERENCE REPORTS; BOOK REVIEWS; BIBLIOGRAPHY; SHARP NEWS OF NOTE; SHARPEND. This issue includes the following contributions: The Critical Importance of Slovenian Book History: A Journey to the Heart of a Nation, by Miha Kovaè (GUEST COMMENT) (pp. 1-3); Shakespeare Association of America Convention, Miami, Florida, 12-14 April 2001 (CALLS FOR PAPERS) (p. 3); The Production of Culture: The Scottish Press in a National and International Context 1800-1880, University of Stirling, Scotland, 28-29 July 2001 (CALLS FOR PAPERS) (p. 3); History of the Book: The Next Generation, Drew University, Madison, New Jersey, 16 September 2000 (CONFERENCES) (p. 4); Under the Hammer: Book Auctions Since the Seventeenth Century, Birkbeck College and Waterstone's Piccadilly, London, 25-26 November 2000 (CONFERENCES) (pp. 4-5); Bibliographical Society (UK) Grants and Fellowships 2000-2001 (AWARDS & FELLOWSHIPS) (p. 5); SHARP2000 Celebrates Gutenberg's Birthday, by Linda Connors (CONFERENCE REPORTS) (pp. 5-6); SHARP Membership Report, 1 July 1999-30 June 2000, by Barbara A. Brannon (CONFERENCE REPORTS) (p. 6); SHARP 2000 Preconference Session on Global Bibliography, by Jonathan Rose (CONFERENCE REPORTS) (p. 6); Les mutations du livre et de l'édition dans le monde du XVIIIe siècle a l'an 2000/Worldwide Changes in Book Publishing from the 18th Century to the Year 2000: Colloque international/International Colloquium, Sherbrooke, May 2000, by Peter F. McNally (CONFERENCE REPORTS) (pp. 6-8); BOOK REVIEWS, by Scott E. Casper, Susanna Ashton, Warwick Gould, Alison M. Scott (pp. 8-10); SHARP Book History Prize (SHARP NEWS OF NOTE) (p. 12).
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      SHARP, (Society for the History of Authorship, Reading & Publishing); Black, Fiona A.; Connors, Linda; Gadd, Ian Anders; Gutjahr, Paul C. (Society for the History of Authorship, Reading, and Publishing, 2002)
      This is the Winter 2001-02 issue of SHARP News. SHARP News (ISSN 1073-1725) is the quarterly newsletter of the Society for the History of Authorship, Reading and Publishing, Inc. Editor: Fiona A. Black; Associate Editor & Bibliographer: Linda Connors; Book Review Editors: Ian Gadd, Paul Gutjahr. CONTENTS: GUEST COMMENT; CALLS FOR PAPERS; CALLS FOR CONTRIBUTIONS; AWARDS AND FELLOWSHIPS; LECTURES AND COURSES; EXHIBITIONS; CONFERENCE REPORTS; ELECTRONIC RESOURCES; BOOK REVIEWS; BIBLIOGRAPHY. This issue includes the following contributions: English Studies and the Trouble with History, by Bill Bell (GUEST COMMENT) (pp. 1-3); American Historical Association, Chicago, 2-5 January 2003 (CALLS FOR PAPERS) (p. 3); New Frontiers in Early American Literature, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA, 8-10 August 2002 (CALLS FOR PAPERS) (p. 4); Modern Language Association, Irish Women Writers before the Great Hunger c. 1700-1845: Purpose and Politics, New York City, December 2002 (CALLS FOR PAPERS) (p. 4); Books and Empire: Textual Production, Distribution and Consumption in Colonial and Postcolonial Countries (SHARP Regional Conference), University of Sydney, 30 January-1 February 2003 (CALLS FOR PAPERS) (pp. 4-5); Newberry Library Fellowships in the Humanities (AWARDS AND FELLOWSHIPS) (p. 5); Sue Allen Lecture: Publishers' Bookbindings 1830-1910, Fisher Rare Book Library, University of Toronto, 23 March 2002 (LECTURES AND COURSES) (p. 5); The Harvard Theatre Collection, Grolier Club, NYC, 27 February-27 April 2002 (EXHIBITIONS) (p. 6); "Darkness Echoing": An Exhibition of Irish Literature, 1950-2000, Grolier Club, New York, 15 May-27 July 2002 (EXHIBITIONS) (p. 6); History of the Book in Canada/Histoire du livre et de l'imprimé au Canada: Open Conference for Volume III/Colloque préparatoire au volume III (1918-2000), Simon Fraser University at Harbour Centre, Vancouver, 15-17 November 2001, by Carl Spadoni (CONFERENCE REPORTS) (pp. 6-7); HoBo Website Moves, New URL: http://www.english.ox.ac.uk/hobo (ELECTRONIC RESOURCES) (p. 7); BOOK REVIEWS, by Lane Stiles, Julia M. Williams, Margaret Nichols, Jane Millgate, Melissa McFarland Pennell, William E. Lenz, Philip Round, Stephen R. Reimer, Pavlí¬na Vimrová, Peter R. Frank, Marcy Wheeler, Alexandra Franklin, David Stoker (pp. 7-15).
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      SHARP, (Society for the History of Authorship, Reading & Publishing); Black, Fiona A.; Connors, Linda; Gadd, Ian Anders; Gutjahr, Paul C. (Society for the History of Authorship, Reading, and Publishing, 2001)
      This is the Summer 2001 issue of SHARP News. SHARP News (ISSN 1073-1725) is the quarterly newsletter of the Society for the History of Authorship, Reading and Publishing, Inc. Editor: Fiona Black; Associate Editor & Bibliographer: Linda Connors; Book Review Editors: Ian Gadd, Paul Gutjahr. CONTENTS: SHARP NEWS OF NOTE; NATIONAL ACTIVITIES; CALLS FOR PAPERS; CONFERENCES; LECTURES & COURSES; CONFERENCE REPORTS; BOOK REVIEWS; BIBLIOGRAPHY; OBITUARY: ANGUS MCKAY FRASER; SHARPEND. This issue includes the following contributions: New Sharp Officers (SHARP NEWS OF NOTE) (p. 1); Book Research in Germany: Deutsche Buchwissenschaftliche Gesellschaft (German Book Research Society), by Mark Rectanus (NATIONAL ACTIVITIES) (pp. 1-2); Institut d'histoire du livre (NATIONAL ACTIVITIES) (pp. 2-3); SHARP 2002, University of London, 10-13 July 2002 (CALLS FOR PAPERS) (p. 3); The Community Library: An International One Day Conference on a Local Theme, Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow, Scotland, 19 August 2002 (CALLS FOR PAPERS) (p. 3); Lives in Print: Biography and the Book Trade from the Middle Ages to the 21st Century, Society of Antiquaries and Birkbeck College, London, 1-2 December 2001 (CONFERENCES) (p. 3); University of London School of Advanced Study, Institute of English Studies, MA in the History of the Book (LECTURES & COURSES) (p. 4); APHA American Printing History Association 2001 Lieberman Lecture, National Museum of American History, Washington, DC, 25 September 2001 (LECTURES & COURSES) (p. 4); Histoire du livre et de l'imprimé au Canada/History of the Book in Canada Open Conference for Volume II (1840-1914), Bibliothèque nationale du Québec, Montreal, 18-19 May 2001, by Carl Spadoni (CONFERENCE REPORTS) (p. 5); BOOK REVIEWS, by Paul Arblaster, Alexandra Franklin, Emily B. Todd, David Chambers, William Noblett, Yannick Portebois, Peter R. Frank, Jonathan Rose, Graeme Gooday, Robert Matuozzi, Jon Topham, Linda K. Hughes, Priscilla Coit Murphy, Amy M. Thomas, Martin Harris (pp. 5-14).
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      SHARP, (Society for the History of Authorship, Reading & Publishing); Black, Fiona A.; Connors, Linda; Gadd, Ian Anders; Gutjahr, Paul C. (Society for the History of Authorship, Reading, and Publishing, 2000)
      This is the Autumn 2000 issue of SHARP News. SHARP News (ISSN 1073-1725) is the quarterly newsletter of the Society for the History of Authorship, Reading and Publishing, Inc. Editor: Fiona Black; Associate Editor & Bibliographer: Linda Connors; Book Review Editors: Ian Gadd, Paul Gutjahr. CONTENTS: NOTES & QUERIES; RESOURCES ONLINE; POSITION ANNOUNCEMENTS; SHARP NOMINATIONS; CALLS FOR PAPERS; CONFERENCES; AWARDS & FELLOWSHIPS; LECTURES & COURSES; EXHIBITIONS; CONFERENCE REPORTS; BOOK REVIEWS; BIBLIOGRAPHY; SHARP NEWS OF NOTE; SHARPEND; SHARP FINANCIAL REPORT. This issue includes the following contributions: Bibliographical Society of America Archives and History (NOTES & QUERIES) (p. 1); James Esdall, Irish Printer-Bookseller (NOTES & QUERIES) (p. 1); R[esearch]S[ociety for]A[merican]P[eriodicals] Update, by Ellen Gruber Garvey (RESOURCES ONLINE) (pp. 1-2); SHARP Annual Conference, Richmond and Williamsburg, Virginia, 19-22 July 2001 (CALLS FOR PAPERS) (p. 3); History of the Book in Canada Project Open Conference for Volume 2, 1840-1918, McGill University and Bibliothèque nationale du Québec, Canada, 18-19 May 2001 (CALLS FOR PAPERS) (pp. 3-4); Canadian Library Association, Library History Interest Group, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, 13-17 June 2001 (CALLS FOR PAPERS) (p. 4); Research Society for Victorian Periodicals (RSVP) 2001 Conference Rethinking the 19th-Century Press in the 21st Century, Graduate Center of the City University of New York, New York, NY, 14-15 September 2001 (CALLS FOR PAPERS) (p. 4); American Historical Association, San Francisco, CA, 3-6 January 2002 (CALLS FOR PAPERS) (p. 4); American Printing History Association 25th Annual Conference "On the Digital Brink", Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY, 20-21 October 2000 (CONFERENCES) (pp. 4-5); History of the Book in Canada Open Conference for Volume 1 (Beginnings to 1840), Faculty of Information Studies, University of Toronto, Canada, 24-25 November 2000 (CONFERENCES) (p. 5); American Historical Association: SHARP Sessions, Boston, MA, 5 January 2001 (CONFERENCES) (p. 5); Bibliographical Society of America Fellowship Program 2001 (AWARDS & FELLOWSHIPS) (p. 6); International League of Antiquarian Booksellers $10,000 Prize for Best Bibliography/Book about Books (AWARDS & FELLOWSHIPS) (p. 6); John Carter Brown Library Research Fellowships, 2001-2002 (AWARDS & FELLOWSHIPS) (pp. 6-7); History of Reading Thesis or Dissertation Award (AWARDS & FELLOWSHIPS) (pp. 7-8); SHARP Book History Prize (AWARDS & FELLOWSHIPS) (p. 8); Gutenberg 2000 at the British Library Guided Tours, British Library, 27 September-13 December 2000 (LECTURES & COURSES) (p. 8); Toronto Centre for the Book Program 2000-2001 (LECTURES & COURSES) (pp. 8-9); The Edinburgh Book History Seminar Programme 2000-2001, Edinburgh University Library (LECTURES & COURSES) (p. 9); Writing on Hands: Memory and Knowledge in Early Modern Europe, Trout Gallery, Dickinson College, Carlisle, PA, 8 September-25 November 2000 and Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington, DC, 11 December 2000-4 March 2001 (EXHIBITIONS) (p. 9); Fritz Kredel Centennial Exhibition, Grolier Club, New York, NY, 20 September-18 November 2000 (EXHIBITIONS) (pp. 9-10); The Research Society for Victorian Periodicals, 20-22 July 2000, by Patrick Leary (CONFERENCE REPORTS) (p. 10); Material Cultures: The Book, the Text, and the Archive, 28-30 July 2000, by Claire Squires (CONFERENCE REPORTS) (pp. 10-11); 18th British Book Trade Seminar, 25-27 July 2000, by Paul Morgan (CONFERENCE REPORTS) (pp. 11-12); BOOK REVIEWS, by Thomas Augst, Berry Dongelmans, Ian McGowan (pp. 12-14).
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      SHARP, (Society for the History of Authorship, Reading & Publishing); Finkelstein, David; Connors, Linda; Black, Fiona A. (Society for the History of Authorship, Reading, and Publishing, 1997)
      This is the Spring 1997 issue of SHARP News. SHARP News (ISSN 1073-1725) is the quarterly newsletter of the Society for the History of Authorship, Reading and Publishing, Inc. Editor: David Finkelstein; Associate Editor: Linda Connors; Book Review Editor: Fiona Black. CONTENTS: IN MY VIEW; THE TITLE AS A TEACHING TOOL; CALL FOR PAPERS; CONFERENCE ANNOUNCEMENTS; CALL FOR BOOK CONTRIBUTIONS; SCHOLARLY LIAISONS; EXHIBITIONS; COURSE ANNOUNCEMENTS; LECTURES AND SEMINARS; BOOK REVIEWS; BRIEF NOTICES; NEW PUBLICATIONS; SHARPEND. This issue includes the following contributions: IN MY VIEW, by Robert L. Patten (pp. 1-2); THE TITLE AS A TEACHING TOOL, by Eleanor Shevlin (pp. 2-4); Printed Matters: Printing, Publishing and Urban Culture; American Historical Association Pacific Coast Branch Conference; History of the Book in Australia (HOBA) 1997 Conference (CALL FOR PAPERS) (p. 4); History of the Book in Canada; Re-reading the Past: New Methodologies and Approaches to the History of the Book; School of Criticism and Theory; Sources, Exemplars, and Copy-Texts: Influence and Transmission, 1350-1550; Canterbury Tales Project; Defining Print Cultures for Youth: Children and Reading Since 1876; National School of Information & Library Science; Writing and New Technologies in South-Mediterranean Countries; In Visible Languages: The Visible Dimensions of Print Culture; Macmillan Archive; International Association of Scholarly Publishers (CONFERENCE ANNOUNCEMENTS) (pp. 4-5); SHARP/ASA Caucus; American Literature Association (SCHOLARLY LIAISONS) (pp. 5-6); Edward Clark Seminars; Habits of Reading in Early Modern England; Old English Literature in Its Manuscript Context; 1997 Programme of Events of the Printing Historical Society (LECTURES AND SEMINARS) (p. 6); BOOK REVIEWS, by Brian Hillyard, David Hunter, Lee N. McLaird, Kate Levin, D.R. Woolf (pp. 6-9).
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      SHARP, (Society for the History of Authorship, Reading & Publishing); Rose, Jonathan; Connors, Linda; Metzger, Philip A. (Society for the History of Authorship, Reading, and Publishing, 1996)
      This is the Autumn 1996 issue of SHARP News. SHARP News (ISSN 1073-1725) is the quarterly newsletter of the Society for the History of Authorship, Reading and Publishing, Inc. Editor: Jonathan Rose; Associate Editor: Linda Connors; Book Review Editor: Philip A. Metzger. CONTENTS: SHARP ANNOUNCES NEW PRIZE FOR BEST PUBLICATION IN BOOK HISTORY; 1997 CONFERENCE AT CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY: A FINAL CALL FOR PAPERS; NEW EDITORS, NEW ADDRESSES; A MANAGEABLE SCOPE?: THE HISTORY OF PRINT CULTURE IN NEW ZEALAND; CONFERENCE AIMS TO OPEN UP ACCESS TO PUBLISHERS' ARCHIVES; BOOK HISTORY FOR UNDERGRADUATES I: BIBLIOGRAPHY COURSE AT BIRMINGHAM UNIVERSITY; BOOK HISTORY FOR UNDERGRADUATES II: THE HISTORY OF LITERATE CULTURE; BOOK REVIEWS; SCHOLARLY LIAISONS; CALLS FOR CONTRIBUTORS; CALLS FOR PAPERS; CONFERENCES; LECTURES; COURSES & SEMINARS; EXHIBITIONS; FELLOWSHIPS & AWARDS; ON THE INTERNET; NOTES & QUERIES; NEW PUBLICATIONS; HOW WE ARE DOING. This issue includes the following contributions: A MANAGEABLE SCOPE?: THE HISTORY OF PRINT CULTURE IN NEW ZEALAND, by Shef Rogers (pp. 2-3); BOOK HISTORY FOR UNDERGRADUATES I: BIBLIOGRAPHY COURSE AT BIRMINGHAM UNIVERSITY, by Tom Davis (pp. 3-4); BOOK HISTORY FOR UNDERGRADUATES II: THE HISTORY OF LITERATE CULTURE, by Charles Bazerman (pp. 4-6); BOOK REVIEWS, by James Raven (p. 6).
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      SHARP, (Society for the History of Authorship, Reading & Publishing); Finkelstein, David; Connors, Linda; Black, Fiona A. (Society for the History of Authorship, Reading, and Publishing, 1999)
      This is the Spring 1999 issue of SHARP News. SHARP News (ISSN 1073-1725) is the quarterly newsletter of the Society for the History of Authorship, Reading and Publishing, Inc. Editor: David Finkelstein; Associate Editor: Linda Connors; Book Review Editor: Fiona Black. CONTENTS: IN MY VIEW: READING HISTORY; THREAT TO ABA ARCHIVES AVERTED; CALLS FOR CONTRIBUTIONS; CALLS FOR PAPERS; CONFERENCE ANNOUNCEMENTS; EXHIBITIONS; NEW JOURNAL ANNOUNCEMENT; SCHOLARLY LIAISONS; SEMINARS; BOOK REVIEWS; BIBLIOGRAPHY; IN MEMORIAM: DONALD MCKENZIE, WILLIAM J. GILMORE-LEHNE; SHARPEND. This issue includes the following contributions: IN MY VIEW: READING HISTORY, by Alistair McCleery (pp. 1-3); The Irish Book in the Twentieth Century; The Times: Now and Then; On Scrolls, Artefacts and Intellectual Property; Border Crossings: Exploring New Territories for Special Collections; Unpacking the Anthology; The Bookshop of the World: A Celebration of 500 Years of Printing and Publishing in the Low Countries; Speaking in Signs: Cultures of Communication in the Early Modern Americas; Victorian Meditations: Journalism, Gender and the Periodical Press; Feminist Forerunners: The New Woman in the National and International Periodical Press, 1880 to the 1920s (CONFERENCE ANNOUNCEMENTS) (pp. 5-6); Birds in Print: A Survey of Major Illustration Processes, 1500-1998; The Book of Martyrs in North America; Seeing What Shakespeare Means; Ardent Spirits: The Origins of the American Temperance Movement (EXHIBITIONS) (pp. 6-7); Mapping the Print Culture of Eighteenth-Century London; Telling Lives, Telling Lies?: Biography, Autobiography, and Personal Narrative (SEMINARS) (p. 7); BOOK REVIEWS, by Richard B. Sher, Gillian Fenwick, Frances Austen (pp. 7-10).
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      SHARP, (Society for the History of Authorship, Reading & Publishing); Finkelstein, David; Connors, Linda; Black, Fiona A. (Society for the History of Authorship, Reading, and Publishing, 1998)
      This is the Summer 1998 issue of SHARP News. SHARP News (ISSN 1073-1725) is the quarterly newsletter of the Society for the History of Authorship, Reading and Publishing, Inc. Editor: David Finkelstein; Associate Editor: Linda Connors; Book Review Editor: Fiona Black. CONTENTS: VANCOUVER HOSTS OVER 200 SHARPISTS; NOMINATIONS SOUGHT FOR 1999 ELECTION OF SHARP OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS; UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN TO HOST SHARP 1999; RESEARCHING THE HISTORY OF THE PRINTED BOOK IN THE NETHERLANDS; PENN LIBRARY ACQUIRES MAJOR COLLECTION; SEASECS PERRY ADAMS ANNUAL ARTICLE PRIZE; CALLS FOR CONTRIBUTIONS; CALLS FOR PAPERS; CONFERENCE ANNOUNCEMENT; COURSES; FELLOWSHIP ANNOUNCEMENTS; SCHOLARLY LIAISONS; SEMINARS AND LECTURES; BOOK REVIEWS; BIBLIOGRAPHY; SHARPEND. This issue includes the following contributions: Journal of the Early Book Society; Makers of Western Culture, 1800-1914 (CALLS FOR CONTRIBUTIONS) (pp. 3-4); Second English Culture Conference; Pressing Matters: The Politics of Print; Popular Culture Association; Bibliographical Society of Australia and New Zealand; Early Book Society; Self-Representation in Literature and the Arts; DeBartolo Conference on 18th-Century Studies (CALLS FOR PAPERS) (pp. 4-5); Canadian Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies (CONFERENCE ANNOUNCEMENT) (p. 5); Drew University MA Programme in Book History; Centre for the History of Print Culture PhD Minor in Print Culture History (COURSES) (p. 5); American Antiquarian Society; Alicia Monti Research Fellowship (FELLOWSHIP ANNOUNCEMENTS) (pp. 5-6); American Society of Eighteenth-Century Studies (SCHOLARLY LIAISONS) (p. 6); Centre for the History of Print Culture in Modern America (SEMINARS AND LECTURES) (p. 6); BOOK REVIEWS, by Raymond Birn, Leslie Howsam, Linda K. Hughes, A.S. Hargreaves (pp. 6-10).
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      SHARP, (Society for the History of Authorship, Reading & Publishing); Black, Fiona A.; Connors, Linda; Gadd, Ian Anders; Gutjahr, Paul C. (Society for the History of Authorship, Reading, and Publishing, 2001)
      This is the Winter 2000-01 issue of SHARP News. SHARP News (ISSN 1073-1725) is the quarterly newsletter of the Society for the History of Authorship, Reading and Publishing, Inc. Editor: Fiona Black; Associate Editor & Bibliographer: Linda Connors; Book Review Editors: Ian Gadd, Paul Gutjahr. CONTENTS: GUEST COMMENT: SMILLA RULES: EXPLORING TRANSLATION STUDIES AND BOOK HISTORY; NATIONAL ACTIVITIES; RELATED SOCIETIES; NOTES & QUERIES; CALLS FOR PAPERS; CALLS FOR CONTRIBUTIONS; CONFERENCES; LECTURES & COURSES; CONFERENCE REPORTS; BOOK REVIEWS; BIBLIOGRAPHY; SHARP NEWS OF NOTE. This issue includes the following contributions: GUEST COMMENT: SMILLA RULES: EXPLORING TRANSLATION STUDIES AND BOOK HISTORY, by Eva Hemmungs Wirtén (pp. 1-4); The Great New Zealand Round-up, by Sydney Shep (NATIONAL ACTIVITIES) (p. 4); Research Society for Victorian Periodicals Update on Activities, by Laurel Brake (RELATED SOCIETIES) (p. 5); Call for ASECS/SHARP Research Entries (NOTES & QUERIES) (p. 5); The Impact of the Journalist-Critic, 1900-40: Panel for MLA 2001, New Orleans, LA, 27-30 December 2001 (CALLS FOR PAPERS) (pp. 5-6); Rosamond Lehmann and the Craft of Letters, Université de Marne La Vallée and Université Paris VII-Denis Diderot, Paris, France, 28-29 September 2001 (CALLS FOR PAPERS) (p. 6); History of the Book in Canada/Histoire du livre et de l'imprimé au Canada: Open Conference for Volume III (1918-2000), Simon Fraser University, Harbour Centre, Vancouver, BC, Canada, 15-18 November 2001 (CALLS FOR PAPERS) (p. 6); Bibliographical Society of Australia and New Zealand (BSANZ) Conference, Adelaide University, South Australia, Australia, 27-28 September 2001 (CALLS FOR PAPERS) (p. 6); People of the Book: Explorations in Jewish Publishing and Bibliography, Drew University, Madison, New Jersey, 4 March 2001 (CONFERENCES) (pp. 7-8); American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies (ASECS) SHARP Panel, New Orleans, LA, 18-22 April 2001 (CONFERENCES) (p. 8); History of the Book in Canada Open Conference: Volume 2, 1840-1918, McGill University and Bibliothéque nationale du Québec, Montreal, Canada, 18-19 May 2001 (CONFERENCES) (p. 8); The Centre for Writing, Publishing and Printing History at the University of Reading Public Lecture Series, Spring 2001 (LECTURES & COURSES) (p. 8); Sandars Lectures 2001, University Library, Cambridge, 28 February, 7 and 14 March 2001 (LECTURES & COURSES) (p. 8); History of the Book: The Next Generation, Drew University, 16 September 2000, by Jonathan Rose (CONFERENCE REPORTS) (pp. 8-9); American Printing History Association (APHA) Conference, Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT), Rochester, NY, 20-21 October 2000, by Judy Donnelly (CONFERENCE REPORTS) (pp. 9-10); Professional Readers: Libraries for the Church and the Professions to 1850, Institute of English Studies, University of London, England, 28 October 2000, by Keith Manley (CONFERENCE REPORTS) (pp. 10-11); History of the Book in Canada/Histoire du livre et de l'imprimé au Canada Open Conference for Volume 1: Beginnings to 1840, University of Toronto, 24-25 November 2000, by Carl Spadoni (CONFERENCE REPORTS) (pp. 11-12); BOOK REVIEWS, by Candy Gunther Brown, Ralph Hanna, Maureen Bell (pp. 12-14); Library History Group of the Library Association (UK) (SHARP NEWS OF NOTE) (p. 16); SHARP Wins APHA Award (SHARP NEWS OF NOTE) (p. 16).
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      SHARP, (Society for the History of Authorship, Reading & Publishing); Finkelstein, David; Connors, Linda; Black, Fiona A. (Society for the History of Authorship, Reading, and Publishing, 1999)
      This is the Winter 1998-99 issue of SHARP News. SHARP News (ISSN 1073-1725) is the quarterly newsletter of the Society for the History of Authorship, Reading and Publishing, Inc. Editor: David Finkelstein; Associate Editor: Linda Connors; Book Review Editor: Fiona Black. CONTENTS: IN MY VIEW: "EASING INTO BIOGRAPHY"; 1999 SHARP BOOK HISTORY PRIZE COMPETITION; AUSTRIAN BOOK HISTORY ON THE GO; STUDYING GERMAN BOOK HISTORY; CALLS FOR PAPERS; CONFERENCE ANNOUNCEMENTS; EXHIBITIONS; FELLOWSHIP ANNOUNCEMENTS; NEW JOURNAL ANNOUNCEMENT; SCHOLARLY LIAISONS; SEMINARS; 1998 INTERNATIONAL HISTORY OF THE BOOK PROJECTS ROUNDUP; BOOK REVIEWS; BIBLIOGRAPHY; SHARPEND. This issue includes the following contributions: IN MY VIEW: "EASING INTO BIOGRAPHY", by James L.W. West III (pp. 1-2); AUSTRIAN BOOK HISTORY ON THE GO, by Peter R. Frank and Murray G. Hall (p. 2); Lost Libraries; Drawing from Nature: Art and Illustration in the Natural History Science; Australian Media Traditions: Historical Perspectives; Children's Books History Society; Libraries and the Book Trade; "La Bibliofilia" (CONFERENCE ANNOUNCEMENTS) (p. 4); Women of the Book: Jewish Artists, Jewish Themes; The Popular Print in England (EXHIBITIONS) (pp. 4-5); Mellon Resident Research Fellowships; John Hill Burton Fellowship; Norman MacCaig Fellowship (FELLOWSHIP ANNOUNCEMENTS) (p. 5); Winter 1999 Book History Seminar Programme; Spring Term 1999 Sociology of Texts Seminar Series; Spring 1999 series of Edward Clark Seminars (SEMINARS) (p. 6); 1998 INTERNATIONAL HISTORY OF THE BOOK PROJECTS ROUNDUP, by Ian R. Willison, John Y. Cole (pp. 6-7); BOOK REVIEWS, by Sharon Hamilton, Barbara Hochman, David Hunter, Elizabeth Morrison, Philip Girard, Leon Jackson (pp. 7-11).
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      SHARP, (Society for the History of Authorship, Reading & Publishing); Finkelstein, David; Connors, Linda; Black, Fiona A. (Society for the History of Authorship, Reading, and Publishing, 1997)
      This is the Autumn 1997 issue of SHARP News. SHARP News (ISSN 1073-1725) is the quarterly newsletter of the Society for the History of Authorship, Reading and Publishing, Inc. Editor: David Finkelstein; Associate Editor: Linda Connors; Book Review Editor: Fiona Black. CONTENTS: PUBLISHER BACKS THE BOOK; THIRTY YEARS OF MACMILLAN ARCHIVES; IN VISIBLE LANGUAGE; LOOSE GOWNS FOR MACKEREL: MAKING, DISTRIBUTING AND READING BOOKS; SHARP BOOK HISTORY PRIZE; CHARTIER INTERVIEW; CONFERENCE ANNOUNCEMENTS; CALL FOR PAPERS; CALLS FOR BOOK CONTRIBUTIONS; MACKENZIE TRUST APPEAL--ERRATA; FELLOWSHIPS; LECTURES AND SEMINARS; SCHOLARLY LIAISONS; BOOK REVIEWS; BIBLIOGRAPHY; SHARPEND. This issue includes the following contributions: IN VISIBLE LANGUAGE, by Lydia Wever (p. 2); CHARTIER INTERVIEW, by Roger Chartier and Sue Waterman (pp. 4-6); The Sociomaterial Turn: Excavating Modernism; English Short Title Catalogue (CONFERENCE ANNOUNCEMENTS) (p. 6); Scenes of Writing 1750-1850; Book, Text and Image: Great Britain, 18th-20th Centuries; Expertise Constructed: Didactic Literature in the British Atlantic World, 1500-1800; American Studies Association; Research Society for Victorian Periodicals; AEJMC Magazine Division; 33rd International Congress on Mediaeval Studies; Seminar in the History of the Book to 1500: Fragments and Their Problems; 16th Seminar on the British Book Trade (CALL FOR PAPERS) (pp. 6-7); Special Issue of Victorian Periodical Review on The Cornhill Magazine; Makers of Western Culture (CALLS FOR BOOK CONTRIBUTIONS) (pp. 7-8); BOOK REVIEWS, by Gillian Fenwick, Simon Stern, Gretchen Galbraith, S.G.F. Spackman, Wayne A. Wiegand, Robert N. Matuozzi, W.A. Kelly, Leon Jackson (pp. 9-14).
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      SHARP, (Society for the History of Authorship, Reading & Publishing); Finkelstein, David; Connors, Linda; Black, Fiona A. (Society for the History of Authorship, Reading, and Publishing, 1998)
      This is the Autumn 1998 issue of SHARP News. SHARP News (ISSN 1073-1725) is the quarterly newsletter of the Society for the History of Authorship, Reading and Publishing, Inc. Editor: David Finkelstein; Associate Editor: Linda Connors; Book Review Editor: Fiona Black. CONTENTS: IN MY VIEW: WOMEN AND BOOK HISTORY; TEACHING WOMEN AND TEXT: MEDIEVAL TO RENAISSANCE; BUILDING A DATABASE OF AMERICAN WOMEN BOOKSELLERS; MAJOR BIBLIOGRAPHIC PROJECT COMPLETED AT BROWN; NEW CENTRE TO MAP 18TH CENTURY LONDON BOOK TRADE; CONFERENCE REPORTS; CALL FOR PAPERS; CONFERENCE ANNOUNCEMENTS; FELLOWSHIP ANNOUNCEMENT; SCHOLARLY LIAISONS; SEMINARS AND LECTURES; WEBWATCH; BOOK REVIEWS; BIBLIOGRAPHY; SHARPEND. This issue includes the following contributions: IN MY VIEW: WOMEN AND BOOK HISTORY, by Leslie Howsam (pp. 1-2); TEACHING WOMEN AND TEXT: MEDIEVAL TO RENAISSANCE, by Maureen Bell (pp. 2-4); BUILDING A DATABASE OF AMERICAN WOMEN BOOKSELLERS, by Barbara A. Brannon (pp. 4-5); Annual Conference on the History of the Provincial Book Trde in Britain; Postgraduate Conference on the History of the Book (CONFERENCE REPORTS) (pp. 5-7); Library History Round Table; Research Society for Victorian Periodicals; American Literature Association; Western Journalism Historians Conference (CALL FOR PAPERS) (pp. 7-8); Annual Conference on Book Trade History; Southeastern American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies (CONFERENCE ANNOUNCEMENTS) (p. 8); Department of English at the University of Otago (FELLOWSHIP ANNOUNCEMENT) (p. 8); American Historical Association convention (SCHOLARLY LIAISONS) (pp. 8-9); Scottish Centre for the Book at Napier University; Centre for the History of the Book at the University of Edinburgh Fall 1998 Seminar Programme (SEMINARS AND LECTURES) (p. 9); BOOK REVIEWS, by Maureen Bell, Elizabeth Hagglund, Heidi Thomson, Alexis Weedon, Rosemary E. Johnsen, Valerie Edden, Linda Dryden (pp. 10-15).
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      SHARP, (Society for the History of Authorship, Reading & Publishing); Finkelstein, David; Connors, Linda; Black, Fiona A. (Society for the History of Authorship, Reading, and Publishing, 1997)
      This is the Summer 1997 issue of SHARP News. SHARP News (ISSN 1073-1725) is the quarterly newsletter of the Society for the History of Authorship, Reading and Publishing, Inc. Editor: David Finkelstein; Associate Editor: Linda Connors; Book Review Editor: Fiona Black. CONTENTS: SHARP 1997 CONFERENCE REPORT; SHARP 1998 16-20 JULY IN VANCOUVER, BC, CANADA; CANADIAN HISTORY OF THE BOOK PROJECT LAUNCHED; REPORT ON THE SECOND ANNUAL D.F. MCKENZIE LECTURE AT THE UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD; TEACHING THE ATLANTIC MONTHLY; CONFERENCE ANNOUNCEMENT; CALL FOR PAPERS; FELLOWSHIP ANNOUNCEMENTS; JOURNAL ANNOUNCEMENTS; SCHOLARLY LIAISONS; WEB WATCH; BOOK REVIEWS; BIBLIOGRAPHY; SHARPEND. This issue includes the following contributions: CANADIAN HISTORY OF THE BOOK PROJECT LAUNCHED, by Patricia Fleming (pp. 2-3); REPORT ON THE SECOND ANNUAL D.F. MCKENZIE LECTURE AT THE UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD, by Ian Gadd (p. 3); TEACHING THE ATLANTIC MONTHLY, by Sherry Lee Linkon (pp. 3-5); Voice, Text, and Hypertext at the Millennium (CONFERENCE ANNOUNCEMENT) (p. 5); 1998 ASECS Conference; Popular Culture Association: Reading and Publishing Popular Literature (CALL FOR PAPERS) (p. 5); GK Hall Award for Outstanding Contribution to Library Literature; American Antiquarian Society: Mellon Post-Dissertation Fellowship; Research Fellowships in American History and Culture for 1998-1999 (FELLOWSHIP ANNOUNCEMENTS) (p. 5); Media History; ATQ (JOURNAL ANNOUNCEMENTS) (p. 6); SHARP/ASECS News; American Antiquarian Society Reprints Gross's SHARP Keynote Speech; McKenzie Trust Appeal Continues (SCHOLARLY LIAISONS) (p. 6); Journal of Electronic Publishing (WEB WATCH) (pp. 6-7); BOOK REVIEWS, by Maureen Bell, Elizabeth Morrison, Thomas A. Vogler, D.R. Woolf (pp. 7-9).
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      SHARP, (Society for the History of Authorship, Reading & Publishing); Black, Fiona A.; Connors, Linda; Gadd, Ian Anders; Gutjahr, Paul C. (Society for the History of Authorship, Reading, and Publishing, 2001)
      This is the Autumn 2001 issue of SHARP News. SHARP News (ISSN 1073-1725) is the quarterly newsletter of the Society for the History of Authorship, Reading and Publishing, Inc. Editor: Fiona Black; Associate Editor & Bibliographer: Linda Connors; Book Review Editors: Ian Gadd, Paul Gutjahr. CONTENTS: SHARP NEWS OF NOTE; ACTIVITIES ROUND-UP; SCHOLARLY EDITING; CALLS FOR PAPERS; CALLS FOR CONTRIBUTIONS; CONFERENCES; AWARDS AND FELLOWSHIPS; PRIZES; LECTURES AND COURSES; EXHIBITIONS; CONFERENCE REPORTS; AFFILIATE ACTIVITIES; BOOK REVIEWS; BIBLIOGRAPHY; SHARP REPORTS. This issue includes the following contributions: SHARP Prize Awarded (SHARP NEWS OF NOTE) (p. 1); SHARP Student Essay Prize Awarded (SHARP NEWS OF NOTE) (p. 1); SHARPWeb.org, by Patrick Leary (SHARP NEWS OF NOTE) (p. 1); Leiden Centre for the Book, by Adriaan van der Weel (ACTIVITIES ROUND-UP) (pp. 1-3); The Child Writer and the Juvenilia Press, by Juliet McMaster (SCHOLARLY EDITING) (pp. 3-4); The Versatile Text: New Histories of the Book, University of Edinburgh, 19-21 April 2002 (CALLS FOR PAPERS) (p. 4); The New Information Order, University of Edinburgh, 21-23 March 2002 (CALLS FOR PAPERS) (p. 4); Borders and Crossings III: An International Conference on Travel Writing, 10-13 July 2002 (CALLS FOR PAPERS) (pp. 4-5); Transatlantic Type: Anglo-American Printing in the Nineteenth Century, American Printing History Association Twenty-sixth Annual Conference, Washington University, St. Louis, 19-21 October 2001 (CONFERENCES) (pp. 5-6); Inaugural Colloquium for the European Society for Textual Scholarship, DeMontfort University, Leicester, UK, 22-23 November 2001 (CONFERENCES) (p. 6); Printing Historical Society Conference 2002, Printing History: New Criteria, Reading, UK, 11 January 2002 (CONFERENCES) (pp. 6-7); John Carter Brown Library Research Fellowships: 2002-2003 (AWARDS AND FELLOWSHIPS) (p. 7); Justin Winsor Prize for Library History Essay (PRIZES) (pp. 7-8); SHARP Book History Prize (PRIZES) (p. 8); The Edinburgh Book History Seminar Programme 2001-2002, Edinburgh Univ. Library (LECTURES AND COURSES) (pp. 8-9); Toronto Centre for the Book Programme 2001-2002 (LECTURES AND COURSES) (p. 9); The Reader Revealed: New Folger Exhibition Highlights Renaissance Reading Habits, Folger Shakespeare Library (EXHIBITIONS) (pp. 9-10); SHARP at Colonial Williamsburg (CONFERENCE REPORTS) (p. 10); Book Studies at SHARP, by Eleanor Shevlin (CONFERENCE REPORTS) (p. 11); SHARP at ASECS, by Eleanor Shevlin (AFFILIATE ACTIVITIES) (p. 11); BOOK REVIEWS, by Nicholas Dew, Hannah Thompson, Elisabeth-Christine Muelsch, Alexandra Gillespie (pp. 11-14); Treasurer's Report, by Robert Patten (SHARP REPORTS) (p. 16); Membership Report, by Barbara A. Brannon (SHARP REPORTS) (p. 16).