Elizabeth Yale

Elizabeth Yale is the author of Script, Print, Speech, Mail: Nature, Nation, and Learned Communication in Early Modern Britain (University of Pennsylvania Press, forthcoming). She teaches at the University of Iowa Center for the Book.


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Left to Her Own Devices

In story after story, technology stands in as a focus for our fears for our daughters (as well as our desire to control them)....

Left to Her Own Devices
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