Jason McElligott


is the Keeper of Marsh’s Library in Dublin (founded 1707). A graduate of University College Dublin and St John's College, Cambridge, he has published widely on early-modern print culture. He is currently writing a book on theft and white-collar crime in eighteenth-century Dublin. Imminent articles by him include ‘Bram Stoker and the Un-Dead History of the Seventeenth Century’ in Gothic Studies; 'Ownership Inscriptions and Life-Writing in the Books of Early Modern Women’ in Eckerle & McAreavey (eds), Women’s Life Writing and Early Modern Ireland (Lincoln, NE, 2018); and ‘Advertising and Selling in Cromwellian Newsbooks’, in S. Graheli (ed.), Buying and Selling. The Business of Books in Early Modern Europe (Leiden, 2018).



Articles published on IXD&A:


Investigating Human-Rare Historic Book Interaction among Young Adults, N.32, 2017, pp. 126 - 149, abstractdownload