A new version with charset issues fixed came back from the author, and I've now encoded that.
Did the metadata and biblio for one of the new submissions, before realizing that wa I thought was sporadic character substitution is actually a larger systemic charset issue (the submission was RTF). Waiting for a clean fresh copy from the author before continuing.
...on the last article encoded.
Some changes from the author to the abstract; rest of the body encoded.
Abstract, keywords, and first few pages done. Endemic spelling error is a temporary stumbling block.
This was a messy biblio, with lots of newish stuff; I implemented handling for monograph titles within analytics (where a book-length piece appears in a book) in both PDF and XHTML for this, and there are a few other oddities that we probably should have better handling for (film directors, for instance, which are done with a hack right now).
In name lists (authors, editors etc.) in some circumstances, an Oxford comma which should have been there was missing. Per HT, I've now added it in the PDF and HTML output.
More tweaks probably necessary to XSLT for bibl rendering, to comply with Chicago; waiting for HT's OK to go ahead.
I've done all corrections that came in for the four vol 22 reviews, and they're now live on the site. I've also encoded the first article, which is up for proofing.
The fourth review for volume 22 has now been encoded. I'm up to date with incoming stuff.