From a course at MIT called From Print to Digital: Technologies of the World, I found the following papers that I really want to read.

Grafton, Anthony. “Introduction to the AHR Forum: How Revolutionary Was the Print Revolution?” American Historical Review 107 (February 2002): 84-86.

Eisenstein, Elizabeth. “An Unacknowledged Revolution Revisited.” American Historical Review 107 (February 2002): 87-105.

Johns, Adrian. “How to Acknowledge a Revolution.” American Historical Review 107 (February 2002): 106-125.

Eisenstein, Elizabeth. “Reply.” American Historical Review 107 (February 2002): 126-128.

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  1. juliette

    Here is the link to the American Historical Review website, back issue from 2002, which has all the articles you can read online:

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