CPHC Publications

CPHC publishes both edited volumes and monographs, issued by various publishers.

In addition, CPHC also has its own series of edited volumes and monographs published by Peter Lang Ltd, Oxford. The general editors are Caroline Archer-Parre, Malcolm Dick and John Hinks, but each volume has it own editor(s).

This series unites the allied fields of printing history and print culture, and is therefore concerned not only with the design, production and distribution of printed material but also its consumption, reception and impact. It includes the histories of the machinery and equipment, of the industry and its personnel, of the printing processes, the design of its artefacts (books, newspapers, journals, fine prints, and ephemera) and with the related arts and crafts, including calligraphy, type-founding, typography, paper-making, bookbinding, illustration, and publishing. It also covers the cultural context and environment in which print was produced and consumed. This series comprises both edited volumes and monographs, both of which are fully peer-reviewed.

We are always interested to hear from anyone with an idea for a monograph or edited volume, simply complete the application form. Calls for specific edited volumes can be found here.