Studies In Bibliography And Booklore Jeffersonville

The Bibliographical Society and the Library of the University of Virginia are proud to provide free digital access to volumes 1-59 of Studies in Bibliography. After two years of planning and production, SB was launched online in early 1998 by the Society through the Etext Center at the University Library.  SB was the first major print humanities journal to have its entire run of back issues made available without charge on the Web—a revolutionary milestone both in the history of Studies in Bibliography and in the history of scholarly journal publishing itself. Downloadable ebook versions were added in 2003.

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The editor invites articles and notes on analytical bibliography, textual criticism, manuscript study, the history of printing and publishing, as well as related matters of method and evidence. Submissions consistent with any widely used style sheet are acceptable, although The Chicago Manual of Style is preferred. All copy, including quotations and notes, should be double-spaced. The Society will consider the publication of bibliographical monographs for separate issue. Send manuscripts or electronic files to David Vander Meulen (, University of Virginia, English Department, 219 Bryan Hall, PO Box 400121, Charlottesville, VA  22904-4121.

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Studies in Bibliography and Booklore publishes research results in the field of Jewish bibliography, broadly defined to include all aspects of manuscripts, books, and other publications of Jewish interest.

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