By guest contributor Tiraana Bains Intellectual histories of India, particularly of the decades and centuries following the mid-eighteenth century, are
By guest contributor N. A. Mansour Arabic periodicals are perhaps the greatest source for the history of the Arabic-speaking lands
by editor Erin Schreiner, and guest contributor Roger Gaskell In the inaugural issue of the Journal of the Printing Historical
by guest contributor John Garcia Much of the pleasure of studying the economics of book publishing comes from the various
Like a literary manuscript in a publisher’s office, screenplays face rounds of revision and annotation in the motion picture studio.
by guest contributor Jane Raisch The difficulties of printing Greek are something of a refrain amongst its earliest printers. “Anyone
by Maryam Patton In the middle of the ninth century, Paulus Alvarus complained about Spanish Christian youths who were abandoning