Professor Adam Smyth: List of publications

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Curation

Thinking with Ferrar Papers 1422: a ca. 1681 verse miscellany

Diaries

Book Parts

13 March 1911

Book Marks: Object Traces in Early Modern Books

Material Texts in Early Modern England

A History of English Autobiography

Introduction: the range, limits and potentials of the form

Money, accounting and life-writing, 1600–1700: balancing a life

Almanacs

Little Clippings: Cutting and Pasting Bibles in 1630s England

Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies Special Issue

Book Destruction from the Medieval to the Contemporary

"Ha, ha, ha”: Shakespeare and the Edge of Laughter

‘Divines into dry Vines’: forms of jesting in Renaissance England

Diaries

"There is a world elsewhere”: Imagining The Globe Through Popular Print

“Shreds of holinesse”: George Herbert, Little Gidding, and Cutting Up Texts in Early Modern England [with illustrations]

Henry Peacham

Lancelot Andrewes

Thomas Dekker

What We Talk About When We Talk About Scissors

Autobiography in Early Modern England

Commonplace Book Culture: A List of Sixteen Traits

Tavern and Library: Working with Ben Jonson

Almanacs, Annotators, and Life‐Writing in Early Modern England

Re-presenting Satire: Topicality, Nostalgia and Civil War Literature

"Art Reflexive": The Poetry, Sermons, and Drama of William Strode (1601 -1645)

A Pleasing Sinne Drink and Conviviality in Seventeenth-century England

Textual Transmission, Reception and the Editing of Early Modern Texts1

"Profit and Delight" Printed Miscellanies in England, 1640-1682

“Rend and teare in peeces”: Textual Fragmentation in Seventeenth-Century England

"Such a general itching after booke-learning”: Popular Readers of Elite Texts

An Online Index of Verse in Printed Miscellanies, 1640-1682

Printed Miscellanies in England, 1640-1682: “store-house[s] of wit"

Critical Quarterly Special Issue

Cutting and authorship in early modern England

The Oxford Handbook of English Prose, 1640–1714