Daniel H. Traister is Curator for Research Services at the University of
Pennsylvania's Rare Book and Manuscript Library and Bibliographer for Literature in
English. He provides reference service and acquires materials for the Rare Book and
Manuscript Library and also selects English language materials for general circulation
for Penn's main arts and humanities Library. He occasionally teaches classes in the
Department of English. His area of specialization is the literature of the English
Renaissance. He holds the BA, MA, and PhD in English literature, and an MS in Library
Service and publishes in both fields. 

Articles

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A Peculiarly English "Middle Road", Scholarship at Penn Libraries (2006)
 

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Austen in Her Time and Ours, Scholarship at Penn Libraries (2004)
 

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The Furness Memorial Library, Scholarship at Penn Libraries (2000)
 

Reviews

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Review of The Oxford Chronology of English Literature, Scholarship at Penn Libraries (2003)
 

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Review of Illuminating Letters, Scholarship at Penn Libraries (2002)
 

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Review of The Future of the Book, Scholarship at Penn Libraries (1999)