Significance of Primary Records
The texts that make up "Significance of Primary Records" were first published in Profession 95 (New York: MLA, 1995) 27–50.
- Modern Language Association of America, Statement on the Significance of Primary Records
- G. Thomas Tanselle, Introduction
- J. Hillis Miller, What Is the Future of the Print Record?
- Susan Staves, Traces of a Lost Woman
- Miriam Fuchs, The Diaries of Queen Lili‘uokalani
- Anthony R. Pugh, Manuscripts on Microfilm: The Disturbing Case of Proust
- Manon Anne Ress, Twentieth-Century Undergraduates and an Eighteenth-Century Edition of Diderot’s Encyclopédie
- Gregg Camfield, On the Importance of Judging Books by Their Covers
- Catherine Golden, Rekindling the Reading Experience of the Victorian Age
- Ruth Perry, Postscript about the Public Libraries