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BIBLIOGRAPHIES (21 journals)

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American Archivist     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 145)
The Library : The Transactions of the Bibliographical Society     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 141)
Australian Academic & Research Libraries     Full-text available via subscription   (Followers: 95)
Biography     Full-text available via subscription   (Followers: 20)
a/b : Auto/Biography Studies : Journal of The Autobiography Society     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 18)
American Periodicals : A Journal of History, Criticism, and Bibliography     Full-text available via subscription   (Followers: 11)
Studies in Bibliography     Full-text available via subscription   (Followers: 10)
International Bibliography of Military History     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 8)
The Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America     Full-text available via subscription   (Followers: 6)
Terminology     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 4)
Genre & histoire     Open Access   (Followers: 4)
Hemingway Review     Full-text available via subscription   (Followers: 4)
Studies in the Age of Chaucer     Full-text available via subscription   (Followers: 3)
Script & Print     Full-text available via subscription   (Followers: 1)
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Studies in Bibliography
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ISSN (Print) 0081-7600 - ISSN (Online) 1553-3891
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  • Notes on Recent Work in Descriptive Bibliography

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      Abstract: During a forty-year period, from 1966 through 2006, I published a series of essays covering every aspect of descriptive bibliography. Taken together, these essays form a comprehensive treatise on the subject. Although this consolidated work significantly revises Fredson Bowers's Principles of Bibliographical Description (1949) and stands on its own, I regard it not simply as a replacement for the Principles but as a companion piece to that book. After all, a classic can never be entirely superseded, and the Principles will always be worth reading for many specific passages and for the attitude it displays: every detail is a reflection of the view that descriptive bibliography is a form of historical scholarship. No ... Read More
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  • Errors in the Malory Archetype: The Case of Vinaver's Wight and Balan's
           Curious Remark

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      Abstract: The text of Sir Thomas Malory's Morte Darthur is based upon two authoritative witnesses: the Winchester Manuscript and the incunable printed by William Caxton in 1485.1 Scholarship, primarily by Eugène Vinaver, has established beyond reasonable doubt that the two versions descend from a common archetype rather than one from the other and that the archetype was not Malory's own autograph.2 This situation allows textual scholars to reconstruct more of Malory's exact words from the errors and interference that are an inescapable part of the transmission of medieval romance than would otherwise be possible.3 Not only does each witness allow for a check upon the other, but in conjunction with Malory's sources they can ... Read More
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  • James Shirley's Triumph of Peace: Analyzing Greg's

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      Abstract: The surviving exemplars of James Shirley's Triumph of Peace (London, 1633/4) have defeated the attempts of generations of bibliographers to classify them. Any two copies are likely to show some pages with identical typesettings, some with partly different settings, and some entirely different. The title page comes in four variants of authorship and edition statements (fig. 1):By James Shirley, of Grayes Inne, Gent.By James Shirley, Gent.By James Shirley, of Grayes-Inne, The third Impression.By James Shirley, of Grayes-Inne, Gent. The third Impression.These states have an obscure connection with the text pages that follow, whose dozens of permutations require one to specify the state of each page in order to fully ... Read More
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  • The Manuscripts of Sir Henry Mainwaring's Sea-Mans Dictionary

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      Abstract: In the early 1620s, the naval commander and newly appointed Lieutenant of Dover Castle Sir Henry Mainwaring (or Manwayring, 1586/7-1653) compiled a detailed dictionary of nautical terms titled A Brief Abstract, Exposition and Demonstration of all Parts & Things belonging to a Ship, and the Practique of Nauigation. He presented several manuscript copies to his personal patrons and to high-ranking naval officials; the dictionary only found its way into print in 1644, as The Sea-mans Dictionary: or, an Exposition and Demonstration of all the Parts and Things belonging to a Shippe (London, G. M. for John Bellamy). In his preface, Mainwaring expressed his concern that 'very few Gentlemen (though they be called Sea-men) ... Read More
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  • The Jeffersonian Provenance of the University of Virginia Copy of
           Copernicus's De Revolutionibus: Addendum to Gingerich

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      Abstract: In his 2002 book An Annotated Census of Copernicus' De Revolutionibus (Nuremberg, 1543 and Basel, 1566), Owen Gingerich concludes that the provenance of the University of Virginia's copy—the second edition, printed in Basel in 1566—is indeterminate. Gingerich suggests that the volume "might be a replacement" for the original copy ordered by Thomas Jefferson, presumed lost in a fire that destroyed much of the university's library in the Rotunda on October 27, 1895 (351). In a subsequent account, The Book Nobody Read: Chasing the Revolutions of Nicolaus Copernicus (2004), Gingerich revisits the provenance of the Virginia Copernicus and reaches a similar verdict: "Because many of the volumes of the library were ... Read More
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  • Joyce's Ulysses Library

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      Abstract: There is a great amount of evidence for the books read by Joyce from 1914 to 1922 while he was writing Ulysses, but it has not been given the full attention that it deserves.1 Six hundred items survive in the Nelly Joyce collection, almost all of which are genuine works belonging to Joyce from his Trieste library.2 Besides these, ninety further titles have been obtained from the external evidence of Joyce's shelf inventory and bookstore bills during this period, but estimates of the library suggest that it contained at least another five hundred books, which have left few if any documentary traces that are external to the novel itself.3 Book lists in his Ulysses notebooks have also thrown light on his reading ... Read More
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  • L'architecture Vivante and its Extraits

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      Abstract: Jean Badovici, a Romanian by birth, studied architecture in Paris at the École des Beaux Arts and the École Spéciale d'Architecture, where he earned his degree in 1919. His subsequent architectural practice consisted largely in his participation in the post-WWII reconstruction of several towns in northeast France, and a minor role in his earlier collaboration on his own houses in Vezelay and Cap-Martin with his then-lover, the Irish designer Eileen Gray. But it was as an editor and author, in books and periodicals throughout the 1920s and 30s, that he played a pivotal role in the documentation and dissemination of the international architectural avant-garde. And the informal architectural education he provided ... Read More
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  • Supplement to the Bibliographical Society of the University of Virginia:
           The First Fifty Years

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      Abstract: The publication of volume 60 of Studies in Bibliography provides an appropriate occasion for bringing up to date the record of the Society's activities that appeared in its fiftieth-anniversary history in 1998 (item 1998.2 below). While the nature of the sections is self-evident, the essays that accompany the original listing provide useful context for understanding the undertakings and accomplishments identified here. The first four essays in the book were also published in SB 50 (1997), 1-212.51    (1998). David L. Vander Meulen, Editor; Elizabeth K. Lynch, Assistant to the Editor. Ch: For BSUVa by UPVa, 1997. [6], 280, [1] pp.Colophon as for vol. 42: "This book was printed by letterpress from type cast on the ... Read More
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  • Notes on Contributors

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      Abstract: G. Thomas Tanselle was awarded the Gold Medal of the Bibliographical Society (London) in 2015. The present volume of Studies in Bib liography is the forty-fifth consecutive one to which he has contributed.Ralph Norris focusses his academic research on Malory's Morte Darhur, particularly on textual and source criticism. He is the author of the chapter on Malory's sources in Boydell and Brewer's new Companion to Malory as well as Malory's Library. His work has appeared in journals such as Studies in Philology, Arthurian Literature, and the Journal of the International Arthurian Society. He teaches in the Department of English at Sam Houston State University.Steven Tabor is Curator of Rare Books at the Huntington ... Read More
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  • Bibliographical Society of The University of Virginia

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      Abstract: President, G. Thomas Tanselle, 420 East 51st Street, Apt. 10-D, New York, New York 10022Vice President, David L. Vander Meulen, University of Virginia, English Department, 219 Bryan Hall, PO Box 400121, Charlottesville, Virginia 22904-4121Secretary-Treasurer and Executive Secretary, Anne G. Ribble, Bibliographical Society, University of Virginia Library, PO Box 400152, Charlottesville, Virginia 22904-4152Editor, David L. Vander Meulen, University of Virginia, English Department, 219 Bryan Hall, PO Box 400121, Charlottesville, Virginia 22904-4121The Society issues Studies in Bibliography in addition to various bibliographical pamphlets and monographs.Membership in the Society is solicited according to the following ... Read More
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  • Members

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      Abstract: Ruthe R. Battestin, Charlottesville, VirginiaTerry Belanger, Charlottesville, VirginiaG. Scott Clemons, New York, New YorkRichard H. W. Dillard, Roanoke, VirginiaFrances Massey Dulaney, Somerset, VirginiaCarole Hamner Schmidt, Stanardsville, VirginiaG. Thomas Tanselle, New York, New YorkPaul Ruxin, Chicago, IllinoisBodleian Libraries, Oxford, EnglandJohn R. Block, Pittsburgh, PennsylvaniaStanley H. Boorman, New York, New YorkNicole Bouché, Farmington, ConnecticutRichard Bucci, Brooklyn, New YorkGerard M. Cataldo, Chestertown, MarylandPaolo Dessy, Rome, ItalyRolf E. Du Rietz, Uppsala, SwedenPatricia Fleming, Toronto, CanadaDavid L. Gants, Tallahassee, FloridaPhilip Gossett, Chicago, IllinoisBradley H. Gunter ... Read More
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  • Available Publications

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      Abstract: The following publications are available without charge through the website of the Bibliographical Society of the University of Virginia, http://www.bsuva.orgStudies in Bibliography, vols. 1-59, with Cumulative Table of Contents. Also available by paid subscription through Project MUSE (from vol. 55) andJSTOR (vols. 1-58).de Montluzin, Emily Lorraine, Attributions of
      Authors hip in the European Magazine, 1782-1826.de Montluzin, Emily Lorraine, Attributions of
      Authors hip in the Gentleman's Magazine, 1731-1868: An Electronic Union List.Evans, G. Blakemore, ed., Shakespearean Prompt-Books of the Seventeenth Century, vols. 1-8.Hailey, J. Carter, A Catalog of Paperstocks in the Shakespearian Pavier Quartos (1619).Ray ... Read More
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  • Programs

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      Abstract: 2018March 23 (Annual Meeting)Bridget Reilly (English, UVa), "Illustrations in The Atlantic Souvenir"Victoria Tovig (English, UVa), "The Binding of the 1894Century Edition of Kipling's The Jungle Book"Aubrey Geyer (English, UVa), "The Editing of American Women's Magazines in 1945"Neal Curtis (English, UVa) and Sam Lemley (English, UVa), "Reconstructing the Rotunda Library: A TextualHistory of the University of Virginia's First ... Read More
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  • Student Awards in Book Collecting

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      Abstract: 2016Nora Benedict(Argentine Publishing and the Many Faces of Jorge Luis Borges)Isaac May(Collecting and Preserving Anglo-American Quaker Publications)2018Samuel V Lemley(Biblioteca Genealogica: Sicilian Printing, 1704–1893)James P. Ascher(Annotations to Samuel Butler's Hudibras 1678-1858)Philip M. Tan(Singing through 500 Years of Reformed and Presbyterian ... Read More
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  • Battestin Fellowships

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      Abstract: These fellowships, inaugurated in 2013, are named in honor of Martin Battestin, emeritus professor of English at the University of Virginia, and his wife Ruthe, a literary scholar and honorary member of the Society's Council. The aim of the fellowships is to provide summer support for research in the UVa library by UVa graduate students who are working on bibliographical or textual projects.2016Jarek Paul Ervin(Music Criticism, Material Culture, and the Case of New York Rock)Samuel Vincent Lemley(The Antiquarian Origins of the Scholarly Facsimile)Loreto Romero Martinez-Eiroa(Manuscripts and Printed Books in the Early Decades of the Habsburg Monarchy and Empire)2017Evan Cheney(Diplomatic Character and the Papers of ... Read More
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  • Images

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      Abstract: L'Architecture Vivante, no. 25 (automne 1929).Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles (fi g. 1.1).La Cité-Jardin du Weissenhof a Stuttgart: Extrait de I'Architecture Vivante [1928]. Private collection (fig. 2.1).Le Corbusier et P. Jeanneret, [Deuxième série], verseiion A, [1929].Author' collection (fig. 3.3).Le Corbusier et P. Jeanneret, Septième série, [1937].Author's collection (fig. 3.10).E. 1027: Maisonn en bord de mer, version A, [1930].Author's collection (fig. 4.1).L' Architecture Russe en U.R.S.S., Première série, verseion A, [1931].Avery Architectural & Fine Arts Library, Columbia University (fig. 5.1).L'Architecture Russe en U.R.S.S., Troisième série, version A, [1933].Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles ... Read More
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