Wednesday, July 18, 2018

Plagiarism – Histories


Adams, Henry. The Education of Henry Adams. Ed. Ernest Samuels. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1918, 1973. 234, 292.

“Background.” CQ Researcher 13.32 (19 September 2003): 782-787.

Bloch, R. Howard. God’s Plagiarist: Being an Account of the Fabulous Industry and Irregular Commerce of the Abbe Migne. U Chicago P, 1994.

Brody, Miriam. Manly Writing: Gender, Rhetoric, and the Rise of Composition. Southern Illinois UP, 1993.

Connors, Robert J., Lisa S. Ede, and Andrea A. Lunsford. “The Revival of Rhetoric in America.” Essays on Classical Rhetoric and Modern Discourse. Ed. Robert J. Connors, et al. Carbondale: Southern Illinois UP, 1984: 1-15.

Constable, Giles. “Forgery and Plagiarism in the Middle Ages.” Archiv fur Diplomatik, Schriftgeschichte, Siegel-und Wappenkunde 29 (1983): 1-41.

Crowley, Sharon. “Neo-Romanticism and the History of Rhetoric.” PRE/TEXT 5.1 (1984): 19-38.

Edwards, William Allan. Plagiarism: An Essay on Good and Bad Borrowing. Cambridge, 1933.

Fox, Richard Wightman. “A Heartbreaking Problem of Staggering Proportions.” Journal of American History 90.4 (Mar. 2004): 1341-1346.

Grossberg, Michael. “Plagiarism and Professional Ethics–A Journal Editor’s View.” Journal of American History 90.4 (Mar. 2004): 1333-1340.

Hayes, Julie C. “Plagiarism and Legitimation in Eighteenth-Century France.” The Eighteenth Century 34.2 (1993): 115-132.

Howard, Rebecca Moore. Standing in the Shadow of Giants: Plagiarists, Authors, Collaborators. Norwood, NJ: Ablex, 1999.

Jeffers, Thomas L. “Plagiarism High and Low.” Commentary (October 2002).

Kewes, Pauline, ed. Plagiarism in Early Modern England. Houndmills: Palgrave MacMillan, 2003.

LaFleur, Robert Andre. “Literary Borrowing and Historical Compilation in Medieval China.” Perspectives on Plagiarism and Intellectual Property in a Postmodern World. Ed. Alice Roy and Lise Buranen. Albany, NY: SUNY P, 1999. 141-154.

Kaufer, David S. “Point of View in Rhetorical Situations: Classical and Romantic Contrasts and Contemporary Implications.” Quarterly Journal of Speech 65 (1979): 171-186.

Kewes, Pauline, ed. Plagiarism in Early Modern England. Palgrave, 2003.

Lane, Julia Kamysz. “A Brief History of the ‘P’ Word.” Poets and Writers (May/June 2002): 6-8.

Lindey, Alexander. Plagiarism and Originality. New York: Harper, 1952.

Loewenstein, Joseph. The Author’s Due: Printing and the Prehistory of Copyright. U Chicago P, 2002.

Maimonides, Moses. The Guide for the Perplexed. Pt II. Chapter 40.

Mallon, Thomas. Stolen Words: Forays into the Origins and Ravages of Plagiarism. New York: Ticknor and Fields, 1989, 2001.

Mathews, William. Words; Their Use and Abuse. Chicago: S.C. Griggs, 1882.

McDonnell, Myles. “Writing, Copying, and Autograph Manuscripts in Ancient Rome.” Classical Quarterly 46.2 (1996): 469-491.

Monaghan, E. Jennifer, and E. Wendy Saul. “The Reader, the Scribe, the Thinker: A Critical Look at the History of American Reading and Writing Instruction.” The Formation of School Subjects: The Struggle for Creating an American Institution. Ed. Thomas S. Popkewitz. New York, 1987. 85-122.

Nielson, William Allan. Intellectual Honesty and Other Addresses. Litchfield, CT: Prospect P, 1940.

Piche, Gene L. “Class and Culture in the Development of the High School English Curriculum, 1880-1900.” Research in the Teaching of English 11 (1977): 17-27.

Posner, Richard A. The Little Book of Plagiarism. New York: Pantheon, 2007.

Price, Alan. “Cases of Plagiarism Handled by the United States Office of Research Integrity 1992-2005.” Plagiary 1.1 (2006): 1-11.

Randall, Marilyn., “Plagiarism and Postmodern Appropriation.” Modern Language Association, San Diego CA, 28 December 1994.

Ross, Christine. “Re: plagiarism in first known set of college English essays.” Online posting. 28 Aug. 2004. Writing Program Administration discussion list.

Salzman, Maurice. Plagiarism: The “Art” of Stealing Literary Material. Los Angeles: Stone & Baird, 1931.

Seltzer, Joyce. “Honest History.” Journal of American History 90.4 (Mar. 2004): 1347-1350.

Shaw, Peter. “Plagiary.” The American Scholar 51 (1982). 325-37.

Simmons, Sue Carter. “Competing Notions of Authorship: A Historical Look at Students and Textbooks on Plagiarism and Cheating.” Perspectives on Plagiarism and Intellectual Property in a Postmodern World. Ed. Lise Buranen and Alice M. Roy. Albany, NY: SUNY P, 1999. 41-54.

Swearingen, C. Jan. “Originality, Authenticity, Imitation, and Plagiarism: Augustine’s Chinese Cousins.” Perspectives on Plagiarism and Intellectual Property in a Postmodern World. Ed. Lise Buranen and Alice M. Roy. Albany, NY: SUNY P, 1999. 19-30.

Walker, John A. “Copy This! A Historical Perspective on the Use of the Photocopier in Art.” Plagiary 1.3 (2006): 1-3.

Walters, Frank D. “Isocrates and the Epistemic Return: Individual and Community in Classical and Modern Rhetoric.” Journal of Advanced Composition 13.1 (Winter 1993): 155-72.

Woodmansee, Martha, and Peter Jaszi. “Plagiarism and Copyright Infringement: Bad Borrowings between Academia and the Law.” Modern Language Association, San Diego CA, 28 December 1994.