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Submissions from 2016

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Réfléchir par l’histoire du livre, Leslie Howsam

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Thinking through the History of the Book, Leslie Howsam

Submissions from 2014

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History in the Periodical Press Online: A Revised Informal Introduction to HiPPo, Leslie Howsam

Submissions from 2013

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New Directions for Research and Pedagogy in Book History, Leslie Howsam

Submissions from 2012

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The Escorial: Art and Power in the Renaissance, Guy Lazure

Submissions from 2010

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Introducing Book Networks and Cultural Capital: Space, Society and the Nation, Leslie Howsam

Submissions from 2008

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What is the Historiography of Books? Recent Studies in Authorship, Publishing, and Reading in Modern Britain and North America, Leslie Howsam

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‘Un vehemente deseo de comprender la imagen de aquel famoso Templo se adueña de mí’. Seeing and understanding the Temple of Solomon according to Juan Bautista Villalpando S.J. (1605), Guy Lazure

Submissions from 2007

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Possessing the Sacred: Monarchy and Identity in Philip II's Relic Collection at the Escorial, Guy Lazure

Submissions from 2005

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David McKitterick. New worlds for learning, 1873-1972, vol 3 of a history of Cambridge University Press., Leslie Howsam

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Imperial Publishers And The Idea Of Colonial History, 1870-1916, Leslie Howsam

Submissions from 2004

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Academic Discipline or Literary Genre? The Establishment of Boundaries in Historical Writing, Leslie Howsam

Submissions from 2003

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Book History Unbound: Transactions of the Written Word Made Public, Leslie Howsam

Submissions from 2000

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An experiment with science for the nineteenth- century book trade: the International Scientific Series, Leslie Howsam

Submissions from 1994

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Labour's love lost: Observations on the historiography of class and ethnicity in the nineteenth Century, Peter Way