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This volume brings together contributions by scholars working in the fields of literature, history, neuroscience, and disability studies to explore what we do when we read. Presenting case studies that range from ancient Rome to the e-book, the volume considers how reading techniques are evolving in the digital era and what constitutes reading.
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Gill Partington, TLS ...[a] fascinating collection...rather than dutifully map out the state of the field, Further Reading pushes at its boundaries and makes new connections, as its title suggests...This book is a substantial contribution to the study of reading not because it delivers a definitive picture of its subject, but because it delivers a sprawling and heterogeneous one.
Matthew Rubery is Professor of Modern Literature at Queen Mary University of London. He is the author of The Untold Story of the Talking Book (Harvard, 2016) and The Novelty of Newspapers: Victorian Fiction after the Invention of the News (Oxford, 2009). He also co-curated 'How We Read: A Sensory History of Books for Blind People', a public exhibition held at the UK's first annual Being Human festival. Leah Price is Distinguished Professor of English at Rutgers University. Her books include How to Do Things with Books in Victorian Britain (Princeton, 2012) and The Anthology and the Rise of the Novel (Cambridge, 2000). She has written on media old and new for the New York Times, London Review of Books, Times Literary Supplement, San Francisco Chronicle, and Boston Globe.
Introduction Scenes 1: Joseph Howley: In Ancient Rome 2: Christopher Cannon: In the Classroom 3: Isabel Hofmeyr: In the Custom House 4: Steven Connor: In Public 5: Wendy Griswold: Across Borders 6: Natalie Phillips, Cody Mejeur, Melissa Klamer, Karah Smith, and Sal Antonnuci: Neuroimaged Styles 7: Elaine Treharne: Distant 8: Deidre Lynch: Assigned 9: Garrett Stewart: Actual 10: Elaine Freedgood and Cannon Schmitt: Technical 11: Rita Felski: Postcritical 12: Andrew Piper: Enumerative 13: Christina Lupton: Repeat Senses 14: Johanna Drucker: Sight 15: Christopher Grobe: Sound 16: Gillian Silverman: Touch 17: Georgina Kleege: Aurality 18: Rebecca Sanchez: Deafness 19: Jonathan Lazar: Accessibility Brains 20: Paul B. Armstrong: Neuroscience 21: Andrew Elfenbein: Mental Representation 22: Lisa Zunshine: Mindreading and Social Status 23: Anezka Kuzmicova: Consciousness 24: Gabrielle Starr and Amy Belfi: Pleasure 25: Maryanne Wolf: Dyslexia Futures 26: Whitney Trettien: Tracked 27: Rebecca Walkowitz: Translated 28: Jessica Pressman: Electronic 29: Lori Emerson: Interfaced 30: Stephen Ramsay: Machine 31: Lisa Gitelman: Not