Book details

Publication date: February 2010
Features: Colour illustrations, bibliography
Series: Bruce Peel Special Collections
Keywords: Books & Readers ; History
Subject(s): ART / Collections, Catalogs, Exhibitions / General, Art & Performance, Exhibition Catalogues, Literary Studies, Books & Readers / History, ART / Collections, Catalogs, Exhibitions / General, Exhibition catalogues & specific collections, Books & Readers ; History, Exhibition Catalogues, Literary Criticism
Publisher(s): Bruce Peel Special Collections

Sylvia Brown. Sylvia Brown is Associate Professor in the Department of English and Film Studies at the University of Alberta. Her areas of research include women's writing and gender in the early modern period, Milton, Bunyan, and early modern print culture. The author and editor of several articles and books, she is currently working toward the completion of a monograph entitled Household Reformations: Women, Textual Culture, and the Survival of Protestantism.

John Considine. John Considine is Professor in the Department of English and Film Studies at the University of Alberta, specializing in lexicography, the history of the English language, early modern British literature and culture, and the history of the book. Among his recent publications is Dictionaries in Early Modern Europe: Lexicography and Making Heritage. He is currently at work on a sequel.

This book is a companion to the Marginated exhibit at the Bruce Peel Special Collections Library at U of Alberta. Marginated is a 17th century word meaning 'provided with marginal annotations,' and this exhibition illuminates evidence of reading and handling of 17th century books. Books from this exhibit feature markings related to the book price and sales, the reuse of older books in book bindings, and referencing systems added by readers. Photos of the book pages are paired with text providing translation and context. Reference and Research Book News

ISBNs: 9781551952567 978-1-55195-256-7 Title: marginated