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By R. Crone,S. Towheed

We inhabit a textually super-saturated and more and more literate global. This quantity encourages readers to think about the varied methodologies utilized by historians of studying globally, and shows how destiny study may absorb the problem of recording and analyzing the practices of readers in an more and more digitized society.

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