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Printing History 31-32 in the Mail

APHA members will soon receive Printing History 31-32. Guest editor Daniel Arbino developed this 124-page double issue inspired by the theme of APHA’s 2021 conference “Impresos: Printing Across Latin American and Caribbean Cultures.” (Dr. Arbino was ably advised by the newly formed Editorial Committee: Josef Beery, Sam Lemley, Paul Shaw, and Irene Tichenor.)

Printing History 31-32 feature articles on

Also, for the first time Printing History has published articles in Spanish (with English abstracts):

Lastly, this issue includes two book reviews: one on printing politics in nineteenth-century Mexico and one on the history of Dominican migration in the U.S. via the periodical Las Novedades. 

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