History Book History


History Book History

Past into Print: the publishing of History in Britain 1850-1950.  Based on my 2006 Lyell Lectures in Bibliography. London and Toronto: British Library and University of Toronto Press; 2009. https://utorontopress.com/ca/past-into-print-1

“What the Victorian Empire Learned: A Perspective on History, Reading and Print in Ninetteenth-Century Textbooks” Journal of Victorian Culture vol. 25, issue 1, January 2020: 47-62.

“Histories and Historians”. chapter in Jonathan Conlon & Jan Marten Ivo Klaver, eds. Charles Kingsley: Faith, Flesh, and Fantasy. Routledge Studies in Cultural History. forthcoming 2021.

“Book History for the Uninitiated: how can specialized knowledge be transferred to a new audience?” Ages of the Book Conference, Mexico City October 2017.

“Écrire l’histoire de la civilisation européenne: Ernest Barker, Daniel Mornet et The European Inheritance, 1944-1954,” in Réseaux et circulation international du livre: diplomatie culturelle et propaganda 1880-1980, eds. Claude Hauser, Thomas Loué, Jean-Yves Mollier et François Valloton. Paris: Nouveau Monde, 2011. 

“Academic discipline or literary genre?: The establishment of boundaries in historical writing.” Victorian Literature & Culture 32:2 (2004), 525-45. https://scholar.uwindsor.ca/historypub/3/

“Imperial Publishers And The Idea Of Colonial History, 1870-1916,” History of Intellectual Culture 5:1 (2005). https://scholar.uwindsor.ca/historypub/6/