The web edition of this book-in-progress automatically generates the bibliography (including hyperlinks, when available), using a combination of two open-access digital tools: Zotero.org (a reference manager from the Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media at George Mason University) and Zotpress (a plugin that displays references from an online Zotero library in a self-hosted WordPress.org website, developed by Katie Seaborn).
In addition, readers can visit the public Zotero collection for this book: https://www.zotero.org/jack_dougherty/items/collectionKey/AE4MDTGU. Read abstracts (when available) and download selected references into your personal Zotero library. Requires a free download of the Zotero tool (for Mac, Windows, Linux) and the Zotero browser connector (Chrome, Firefox, Safari). See also the author’s beginner’s guide: “How to Capture and Cite Sources with Zotero,” Web Writing, http://epress.trincoll.edu/webwriting/chapter/how-to-zotero/.