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'''Natalie Aldred''' specialises in the editing and bibliographical studies of early modern English vernacular texts, as well as book history, early book advertisements, sixteenth-century theatre history, digital humanities, and professional playwrights, notably William Haughton (d. 1605). Her articles, notes, and conference papers explore bibliography, editing, genre, biography, and printers. Currently she is editing Haughton’s Englishmen (for ''Digital Renaissance Editions'') and co-producing with Joshua McEvilla an online catalogue of pre-1668 book advertisements in English periodicals (for The Bibliographical Society); from 2008 to 2011 she was on the editorial board of ''The Birmingham Journal of Literature and Language'', and she is assistant editor of ''The Literary Encyclopedia''.
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'''Natalie Aldred''' specialises in the editing and bibliographical studies of early modern English vernacular texts, as well as book history, early book advertisements, sixteenth-century theatre history, digital humanities, and professional playwrights, notably William Haughton (d. 1605). Her articles, notes, and conference papers explore bibliography, editing, genre, biography, and printers. Currently she is editing Haughton’s ''Englishmen for My Money'' (for ''Digital Renaissance Editions'') and co-producing with Joshua McEvilla an online catalogue of pre-1668 book advertisements in English periodicals (for The Bibliographical Society); from 2008 to 2011 she was on the editorial board of ''The Birmingham Journal of Literature and Language'', and she is assistant editor of ''The Literary Encyclopedia''.
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Natalie Aldred specialises in the editing and bibliographical studies of early modern English vernacular texts, as well as book history, early book advertisements, sixteenth-century theatre history, digital humanities, and professional playwrights, notably William Haughton (d. 1605). Her articles, notes, and conference papers explore bibliography, editing, genre, biography, and printers. Currently she is editing Haughton’s Englishmen for My Money (for Digital Renaissance Editions) and co-producing with Joshua McEvilla an online catalogue of pre-1668 book advertisements in English periodicals (for The Bibliographical Society); from 2008 to 2011 she was on the editorial board of The Birmingham Journal of Literature and Language, and she is assistant editor of The Literary Encyclopedia.


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