The Book in History, The Book as History (Paperback)

New Intersections of the Material Text. Essays in Honor of David Scott Kastan

By Heidi Brayman (Editor), Jesse Lander (Editor), Zachary M. Lesser (Editor), Heidi Brayman (Contributions by), Bianca Calabresi (Contributions by), Allison Deutermann (Contributions by), Mario DiGangi (Contributions by), Alan Farmer (Contributions by), Thomas Festa (Contributions by), Adam Hooks (Contributions by), Sarah Kelen (Contributions by), András Kiséry (Contributions by), Jesse Lander (Contributions by), Zachary M. Lesser (Contributions by), Zoltán Márkus (Contributions by), Claire McEachern (Contributions by), Benedict Robinson (Contributions by), William H. Sherman (Contributions by), Peter Stallybrass (Contributions by), Daniel Vitkus (Contributions by), Chloe Wheatley (Contributions by)

Beinecke Rare Book Library, 9780300223163, 420pp.

Publication Date: September 27, 2016

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Description

Uniting eighteen leading critics in early modern literary studies, this volume explores book history and the material text. The essays incorporate a broad range of subjects, such as gender and sexuality, religion, postcolonial theory, political and economic history, adaptation and appropriation, historical formalism, and digital humanities. With essays on Shakespeare, Spenser, Milton, and others, this volume makes early modern literary studies and book history accessible and will be a core resource in the field for years to come.


About the Author

Heidi Brayman is associate professor of English at the University of California, Riverside. Jesse M. Lander is associate professor of English at the University of Notre Dame. Zachary Lesser is professor of English at the University of Pennsylvania.




Praise For The Book in History, The Book as History: New Intersections of the Material Text. Essays in Honor of David Scott Kastan

“A beautiful book with stunning colour reproductions for a price that is, by academia’s terrifying norms, bafflingly low. The Book in History is the best single collection of current work on early modern material texts, and a fitting tribute to Kastan’s profound and generous influence on the subject.”—Adam Smyth, TLS

— Adam Smyth