This is a list of publications and conferences that have been written and presented by WPHP team members relating to or coming out of their work on the project.

 

Publications

2021

Irwin, Reese. “Elizabeth Newbery, Publisher and Bookseller in Her Own Right: A Case Study from the Women’s Print History Project.” Women in Print: Design and (Re)construction of Personal histories: Volume 1, edited by Rose Roberto, Peter Lang, forthcoming.

Levy, Michelle. “Female Booksellers at the End of the Long Eighteenth Century.” Women in Book History, 1660-1830, special issue of the Huntington Library Quarterly, edited by Betty A. Schellenberg and Michelle Levy, vol. 84, no. 1, Spring 2021, pp. 99–112.

Levy, Michelle. “John Murray’s Principal Women of Letters.” Women In Print: Distribution, and Consumption: Volume 2, edited by Helen S. Williams, Peter Lang, forthcoming 2021.

Levy, Michelle, and Betty A. Schellenberg. “Hiding in Plain Sight.” Huntington Library Quarterly, vol. 84, no. 1, Spring 2021, pp. 205-212. doi:10.1353/hlq.2021.0022.

Levy, Michelle, and Betty A. Schellenberg. “Women, Book History, and the Long Eighteenth Century: Taking Stock, Moving Forward.”  Huntington Library Quarterly, vol. 84, no. 1, 2021, pp. 1-3. doi:10.1353/hlq.2021.0000.

Levy, Michelle, and Kate Moffatt. "Book History without Old Books." Essays in Romanticism, vol. 28, no. 2, 2021, pp. 145-16. https://doi.org/10.3828/eir.2021.28.2.7

Levy, Michelle, Kate Ozment, and Andrew O. Winckles. “Beyond Authorship: Reconstructing Women’s Literary Labor.” Huntington Library Quarterly, vol. 84. No. 1, Spring 2021, pp. 123-124. doi:10.1353/hlq.2021.0013.

Sharren, Kandice, and Kate Moffatt. “From Print to Process: Gender, Creative-Adjacent Labour and the Women’s Print History Project.” Women In Print: Distribution, and Consumption: Volume 2, edited by Helen S. Williams, Peter Lang, forthcoming 2021. 

Sharren, Kandice, Kate Ozment, and Michelle Levy. “Gendering Digital Bibliography with the Women’s Print History Project.” Eighteenth-Century Studies, vol. 54, no. 4, Summer 2021, pp. 887–908. https://doi.org/10.1353/ecs.2021.0096.

2020

Colligan, Colette, Kimberly O’Donnell, and Kandice Sharren. “Digital Pedagogy.” Digital Studies, vol. 10, no. 1, 2020. http://doi.org/10.16995/dscn.382

Levy, Michelle. “Bookmaking and Archiving in Dorothy Wordsworth’s Notebooks.” In After Print: Eighteenth-Century Manuscript Cultures, edited by Rachael Scarborough King. U of Virginia P, 2020. 95-120.

Levy, Michelle. “Liberal Reformers.” Mary Wollstonecraft in Context. Ed. Nancy Johnson and Paul Keen. Cambridge UP, 2020. 119-126.

Levy, Michelle. Literary Manuscript Culture in Romantic Britain. Edinburgh UP, 2020. 

Levy, Michelle. “A New Republic of Women’s Letters.” Studies in Romanticism, vol. 49, no. 4, Winter 2020, pp. 519–533.

Levy, Michelle. “Women and the Book in Britain's Long Eighteenth Century.” Literature Compass, vol. 17, no. 9, 2020, pp. 1–13.

Moffatt, Kate, and Kandice Sharren. “Black Women and Female Abolitionists in Print.” Romanticism on the Net, no. 74–75, 2020. https://ronjournal.org/s/6306

Sharren, Kandice, and Kate Moffatt. “Absence and Feeling: Documenting Invisible Labour on the Women’s Print History Project.Digital Studies, vol. 11, no. 1, 2020. http://doi.org/10.16995/dscn.375

2018

Levy, Michelle, et. al. Interacting with Print: Elements of Reading in the Era of Print Saturation. U of Chicago P, 2018.

2017

Levy, Michelle, and Reese Irwin. “The Female Authors of Cadell and Davies.” Women’s Literary Networks and Romanticism: “A Tribe of Authoresses.Liverpool UP, 2017.

Levy, Michelle, and Tom Mole. The Broadview Introduction to Book History. Broadview P, 2017.

 

Conferences

2022

Penn, Sara.  “A Bibliographical Case Study of Ann Lemoine, England’s First Female Chapbook Publisher.” SHARP annual conference. 15 July, online.

Penn, Sara. “‘Cultural Leftovers’: Cheap Print and Women’s Labour.” DH+BH: an Interdisciplinary Conference on Digital Humanities and Book History. 23 September, online.

Penn, Sara. “Down the Bibliographical Rabbit Hole: Documenting Cheap Print and Women’s Labour.” Broadside Extra! Street Literature and Cheap Print annual conference. 15 October, online.

Penn, Sara. “Reimagining Bibliography: the Curious Case of Ann Lemoine, England’s First Female Chapbook Publisher.” Canadian Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies annual conference, 26-29 October, Ottawa, ON.

Wagar, Julianna. “A Female Journey Through Eighteenth-Century Scotland: Comparing Elizabeth Isabella Spence's Female Genealogy to Anne Grant's Genderless Persona.” Canadian Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies annual conference, 26-29 October, Ottawa, ON.

2021

Levy, Michelle. "The Women's Print History Project." University of Toronto's Lightning Lunch – Digital Literary Archives, 5 January, online.

Penn, Sara. "Ann Lemoine's Prostitute Chapbooks." Canadian Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies annual conference, 13-16 October, online.

Wachowich, Angela. “Retrospective Editing and Poetic Ambition in Folger MS M.a. 182.” Canadian Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies annual conference, 13-16 October, online.

2020

Levy, Michelle. “Collaboration in the Middle.” Digital Humanities Conference, 29–31 October, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC. Roundtable participant.

2019

Irwin, Reese, Michelle Levy, Sara Penn, and Kandice Sharren. “The Women's Print History Project, 1750-1836.” History of Women's Writing and Publishing in Canada and Britain Conference, 30 April, Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, BC.

Levy, Michelle. “The New Republic of Women’s Letters.” Boston Area Romanticist Colloquium, Romanticism in a New Key: A Symposium in Honor of Jerome McGann, 6 April, Boston University Centre for the Humanities, Boston, MA. Plenary speaker. 

Penn, Sara. “The Women's Print History Project.” Canadian Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies annual conference, 16–19 October 2019, Quebec City, QC. Roundtable participant.

2018

Irwin, Reese. “Elizabeth Newbery, Publisher and Bookseller in Her Own Right: A Case Study from the Women’s Print History Project, 1750–1830.” Women in Print Conference, 13–14 September, University of Birmingham, Birmingham, UK.

Levy, Michelle. “The Female Authors of John Murray.” Women in Print Conference, 13–14 September, University of Birmingham, Birmingham UK.

Levy, Michelle. “Towards a Women’s History of Print.” Symposium on Women in Book History 1660-1836, 15–18 August, Vancouver, BC. 

Levy, Michelle, and Betty A. Schellenberg. Women in Book History Symposium, 1660-1836. 15–17 August 2018, Vancouver, BC. Co-host.

Moffatt, Kate, and Kandice Sharren. “Recovering Eighteenth-Century Women in the Book Trades with The Women’s Print History Project, 1750–1836.”
 SFU Student Digital Showcase, 6 November, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, BC.

Moffatt, Kate, and Kandice Sharren. “Recovering Eighteenth-Century Women in the Book Trades with The Women’s Print History Project, 1750–1836.Women in Print Conference, 14 September, University of Birmingham, Birmingham UK.

2017

Battershill, Claire, Michelle Levy, Kim O’Donnell, and Kandice Sharren. “Collaboration and Project Management for Digital Projects.” Hacking the Scholarly Workflow Workshop, 13 April, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, BC.

Levy, Michelle. “Why we need a Women’s History of Books.” ‘She Wrote It, But’: Erasures, Recoveries, and the Futures of Book History.” Symposium at Texas A&M, 16 November, College Station, TX. Plenary speaker. 

Levy, Michelle, and Kandice Sharren. “Aggregating and Remediating Women’s Book History in ‘The Women's Print History Project, 1750-1836.’” NASSR Annual Meeting: “Romantic Life,” 9–13 August, Ottawa, ON.     

Levy, Michelle, and Kandice Sharren. “Beyond Authorship: Professional Networks and the Women’s Print History Project.” Rare Book School Conference: “Bibliography Among the Disciplines,” 12–15 October, Philadelphia, PA. Roundtable participants.

Levy Michelle, and Kandice Sharren. “Jane Austen’s Print Trouble.” Rare Books and Special Collections, 2 March, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC.  

Levy, Michelle, Kate Ozment, and Kandice Sharren. “Discovering/Recovering Women in the Book Trades.” Women in Book History Symposium, 6–10 March, Folger Library, Washington, DC.

 

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