Where does the book belong? Does it enshrine the soul of a nation, or is it a means by which nations talk to one another, sharing ideas, technologies and texts? This two-volume set responds to these questions, using archive-based case studies of print culture from around the world.
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Volume one: JAMES CURREY is Chairman of James Currey Publishers in Oxford, UK. ANA CLAUDIA SURIANI DA SILVA holds a PhD from the University of Oxford, UK. ROBERT FRASER is Senior Research Fellow in Literature at the Open University, UK. MATTHEW GIBSON is Lecturer in Literature at the University of Surrey, UK. MARY HAMMOND is Senior Lecturer in Nineteenth-Century Literature and Culture at the University of Southampton, UK. PATRICIA MAY B. JURILLA is Assistant Professor in the Department of English and Comparative Literature, University of the Philippines in Diliman. ROSHNI MOONEERAM is Lecturer in English at the University of Central England, UK. FATHER IVAN PAGE is general archivist of the Society of Missionaries of Africa in Rome, Italy. LYNDA PRESCOTT is Senior Lecturer in Literature and Staff Tutor in Arts at the Open University, UK. LILY SANTORO is a PhD candidate in American History at the University of Delaware, USA. SYDNEY J SHEP is Senior Lecturer in Print& Book Culture at Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand. ANDREW VAN DER VLIES is Lecturer in Anglophone Postcolonial Literature and Theory in the School of English Literature, Language and Linguistics at the University of Sheffield, UK. Volume two: SARAH BROUILLETTE is Assistant Professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA. VICTORIA CONDIE has taught Middle English Literature and History of Art for Oxford University's Department of Continuing Education and at Greyfriars Hall. She is currently researching the history of Thacker, Spink and Co. KITTY SCOULAR DATTA is associate lecturer with the Open University, UK. ROBERT FRASER is Senior Research Fellow in Literature at the Open University, UK. ANINDITA GHOSH is Lecturer in Modern History at the University of Manchester, UK. MARY HAMMOND is Senior Lecturer in Nineteenth Century Literature and Culture at the University of Southampton, UK. PRIYA JOSHI is Associate Professor of English at Temple University in Philadelphia, USA. HEMJYOTI MEDHI teaches postgraduate students in the Dept. of English and Foreign Languages at Tezpur University, India. SUSHEILA NASTA is Professor in Modern Literature at the Open University, UK. RUVANI RANASINHA is Senior Lecturer in English at King's College London, UK. SHAFQUAT TOWHEED is Lecturer in Literature and Book History at the Open University, UK. HARISH TRIVEDI is Professor of English at the University of Delhi, India.Review:
'Books without Borders offers an indispensable body of scholarship and theory.' - Leslie Howsam, SHARP -News
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