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AEB; Summer School in Oxford
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 9.0116  Monday, 9 February 1998.

[1]     From:   William Williams <
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        Date:   Saturday, 07 Feb 1998 10:26:09 -0600
        Subj:   AEB

[2]     From:   William Williams <
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        Date:   Saturday, 07 Feb 1998 14:53:48 -0600
        Subj:   Summer School in Oxford


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From:           William Williams <
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Date:           Saturday, 07 Feb 1998 10:26:09 -0600
Subject:        AEB

PLEASE FEEL FREE TO FORWARD TO OTHER LISTS OR PERSONS AS APPROPRIATE.

ANALYTICAL & ENUMERATIVE BIBLIOGRAPHY

Those who know this journal may have thought that it was dead. It has
just been sleeping, or resting.  The following note of explanation will
appear in N.S. 10.1, and N.S. 9.3 and 9.4 should be finished and mailed
in the next few months.  I do encourage submissions of articles or notes
on any aspect of bibliography, textual criticism, book trade history,
libraries and librarianship, and related subjects.  Questions about book
reviewing should be addressed to the Book Review Editor: Professor
William Baker, Department of English, Northern Illinois University,
DeKalb, IL 60115 (email: 
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and questions about rates and specifications should be sent to the
editorial offices at the Akron address.

 Thank you.

>From issue New Series 10.1   FORTHCOMING

       A Note from the Editor

After some stumbling in 1997 I believe that Analytical & Enumerative
Bibliography is once again operating normally, though under changed
circumstances, and I would like to briefly review them.  The journal is
now supported by the Departments of English at Northern Illinois
University and the University of Akron, the Colleges of Arts & Sciences
at Northern Illinois University and the University of Akron, and
Founders Memorial Library at Northern Illinois University.  This joint
venture has been the work of the Editors and the administrations at
these two institutions.  In future editorial mail (submissions, review
copies, reviews, proofs, and questions about production) should be
directed to: AEB, Department of English, Northern Illinois University,
DeKalb, IL 60115; mail concerning business matters (advertising,
subscriptions, fulfillment, back issues, and such) should be directed
to: AEB, Department of English,  University of Akron, Akron, OH 44325.
Of course, general mail can be directed to either address and may be
either ordinary or electronic.  Please consult the masthead of this
issue for these addresses.

With this issue there has been a modest increase in subscription rates.
The new rates for one volume are $15.00 for individuals and $35.00 for
institutions.  Back issues remain $5.00 each.  An invoice for this
volume is included in this issue.

There have also been some changes in personnel.  Joining the staff as
Associate   Editors are Antonia Forster and Eric Birdsall and as
Editorial Assistant Jenny Sklarz, all three from the University of
Akron.  At Northern Illinois University Diane Johns joined us as
Associate Editor for production in 1997 with N.S. 9.3.  Craig Abbott,
after long and faithful service, will be moving to the board of Advisory
Editors, and Nicholas Ranson, from the University of Akron, will also be
joining the board of Advisory Editors.

Let me thank all of our readers, subscribers, contributors, editors, and
all others who have borne with us over the years.  We have, the Editor
especially, very much appreciated your loyal support.

      William Proctor Williams, Editor

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From:           William Williams <
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Date:           Saturday, 07 Feb 1998 14:53:48 -0600
Subject:        Summer School in Oxford

I thank the list in advance for its indulgence,

Students interested in for-credit summer study in Oxford in 1998 might
want to visit: http://www.niu.edu/acad/english/oxford.html

Thank you.
 

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