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From Folk Opera to the Printed Book in Early Twentieth-Century China

This is a study of a new type of popular reading text produced in early twentieth-century China under the influence of imported Western technology.

Article: Print

$US10.00

Published online: February 10, 2017

$US5.00
“Collect, Preserve, and Communicate”: Jeremy Belknap’s Republic of Letters and the Problems of Early American History Writing

This article discusses Jeremy Belknap’s design of an archival network in early national America, with emphasis on its proposed mission to preserve historical documents through the distribution of duplicate copies.

Article: Print

$US10.00

Published online: December 9, 2016

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Issues in the Rebinding of Medieval Illuminated Manuscripts: Facing the Future, Conserving the Past, and Creating Useable Objects for Today

Why do institutions make the decisions they do regarding illuminated manuscripts? Although much can be learned from an original binding, full preservation isn’t always the best option for the future.

Article: Print

$US10.00

Published online: December 9, 2016

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Preparing Teachers and Students in New Literacies: Closing the Digital Gap

Preparing students to read in a digital world requires more than simply acquiring devices for all. For teachers and students, a major paradigm shift is needed.

Article: Print

$US10.00

Published online: October 12, 2015

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Digitization and Cataloging: Building Digital Representations of Antiquarian Texts

This paper describes the cataloging practices that support the management and use of digital content in scholarly projects to assess the digital edition of "Vetusta Monumenta," an antiquarian text.

Article: Print

$US10.00

Published online: October 12, 2015

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Recognition and Authenticity in Life Writing

Using real people in literary works involves a number of ethical questions discussed in this paper applying moral philosophy.

Article: Print

$US10.00

Published online: September 21, 2015

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Creating New Fiction for Low-educated Immigrant Adults: Leapfrogging to Digital

We describe an ongoing project whose aim is to write, produce, and make available short fiction books for adult immigrants learning to read for the first time.

Article: Print

$US10.00

Published online: September 21, 2015

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The International Journal of the Book , Volume 13, Issue 4, December 2015

Issue: Electronic

$US25.00

Issue: Print [Authors Only]

$US75.00

Issue: Print

$US100.00
Neoliberalism and Distributive Justice in the World of Corporate Publishing

This paper discusses how disputes between Amazon and Hachette over pre-order buttons and profit share foregrounds distributive justice issues in a publishing world overrun by neoliberal aesthetics and corporate greed.

Article: Print

$US10.00

Published online: August 25, 2015

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Connecting Young People to the World with Batchelder Books

ALA Batchelder award books provide young people with intimate connections to other peoples and world issues, dissimilar to stale, cursory electronic and/or textbook readings to which they may be accustomed.

Article: Print

$US10.00

Published online: August 18, 2015

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