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Michael Pilkington's version of Galliard is not a "primary source," nor is it an edition; it is an excerption and retranslation, some might say bowdlerization.
The progression of chapters follows this model, starting with the book's conception and compilation of documentary materials (chapter 1), moving next to its physical production and print history (chapter 2), and finally to the woodcut illustrations and paratextual materials that sought to direct the understanding of early modern readers and, no less importantly, the response of readers themselves in annotations, excisions, excerptions, even in the candle wax and nutshells they left within the book's folds.
Chung (2007) acknowledges that there is expansion and evolution in the SADC's higher education but there has been lack of close coordination and collaboration with a few excerptions.
The following excerptions from a few students indicate very positive specific learning outcomes.