This week features a special issue dedicated to various e-book resources relevant to history.

Mark Herring of Winthrop University has spent his summer slaving over reviews of Gutenberg-e (no. 792), Humanities-e Books (no. 793), Medieval Sources Online (no. 794) and Oxford Scholarship Online (no. 795), resources which represent a variety of different approaches to this contemporary publishing phenomenon.

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