Including the articles “Books as Chapels” and “Academic Loans and Scholarly Networks in Late Medieval Oxford,” and “The Continued Instruction of Christian Women.”
The Journal of the Early Book Society for the Study of Manuscripts and Printing History (Journal of the Early Book Society (JEBS)) publishes several substantial articles in each volume with emphasis on the period of transition from manuscript to print. This annual’s main focus is on English and Continental works produced from 1350 to 1550.
This volume’s critical essays are rich in scope. One essay revitalizes the evolutionary place of the poet Kenneth Rexroth, archival research on Kerouac’s ethnic and cultural origins in Brittany, Ginsberg’s committed engagement with the philosophical traditions of Indian civilization and The Beat Interview —published here for the first time—brings new perspectives to the art scene that flourished around San Francisco’s 6 Gallery, site of the celebrated reading of “Howl” in 1955.
- Journal of Beat Studies (JBS)
- The Journal of Comics and Culture
- Journal of the Early Book Society (JEBS)
- Perspectives on Early Childhood Psychology and Education (PECPE)
- Woolf Studies Annual (WSA)
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