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Bellingradt, Daniel

Books in Motion in Early Modern Europe

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Table of contents

1. Books and Book History in Motion: Materiality, Sociality and Spatiality
Daniel Bellingradt, Jeroen Salman

Part I. Beyond Production

2. Promoting the Counter-Reformation in Provincial France: Printing and Bookselling in Sixteenth-Century Verdun
Malcolm Walsby

3. Conrad Gessner and the Mobility of the Book: Zurich, Frankfurt, Venice (1543)
Paul Nelles

4. Paper Networks and the Book Industry. The Business Activities of an Eighteenth-century Paper Dealer in Amsterdam
Daniel Bellingradt

5. Marketing a New Legal Code in Fifteenth-Century Castile: A Case Study of the Interactions Between Crown, Law and Printing
Benito Rial Costas

Part II. Beyond Circulation

6. Links Between Newspapers and Books: The Case of an Early ‘Media Tycoon’ in Late Eighteenth-Century Central Europe
Andreas Golob

7. Publishers, Editors and Artists in the Marketing of News in the Dutch Republic circa 1700: The Case of Jan Goeree and the Europische Mercurius

Joop W. Koopmans

8. The Battle of Medical Books: Publishing Strategies and the Medical Market in the Dutch Republic (1650–1750)
Jeroen Salman

9. What Killed Théodore Rilliet de Saussure? Censorship and the Old Regime in France, 1769–1789
Mark Curran

Part III. Beyond Consumption

10. Reading Strategies in Scotland circa 1750–1820
Vivienne S. Dunstan

11. Italian Books and French Medical Libraries in the Renaissance
Shanti Graheli

12. Printed in Europe, Consumed in Ottoman Lands: European Books in the Middle East, 1514–1842
Geoffrey Roper

13. Matter, Sociability and Space: Some Ways of Looking at the History of Books
Joad Raymond

Keywords: Literature, History of the Book, Early Modern/Renaissance Literature, History of Early Modern Europe

Editor
 
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2017
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
New Directions in Book History
Category
Litterary Studies
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9783319533667
Printed ISBN
978-3-319-53365-0

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