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Crossing Borders, Crossing Cultures

Popular Print in Europe (1450–1900)

Ed. by Rospocher, Massimo / Salman, Jeroen / Salmi, Hannu

Series:Studies in Early Modern and Contemporary European History

DE GRUYTER OLDENBOURG

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    Publication Date:
    September 2019
    ISBN
    978-3-11-063989-6
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    Overview

    Aims and Scope

    This volume explores the challenges and possibilities of research into the European dimensions of popular print culture.
    Popular print culture has traditionally been studied with a national focus. Recent research has revealed, however, that popular print culture has many European dimensions and shared features. A group of specialists in the field has started to explore the possibilities and challenges of research on a wide, European scale. This volume contains the first overview and analysis of the different approaches, methodologies and sources that will stimulate and facilitate future comparative research.
    This volume first addresses the benefits of a media-driven approach, focussing on processes of content recycling, interactions between text and image, processes of production and consumption. A second perspective illuminates the distribution and markets for popular print, discussing audiences, prices and collections. A third dimension refers to the transnational dimensions of genres, stories, and narratives. A last perspective unravels the communicative strategies and dynamics behind European bestsellers.
    This book is a source of inspiration for everyone who is interested in research into transnational cultural exchange and in the fascinating history of popular print culture in Europe.

    Details

    24.0 x 17.0 cm
    vi, 296 pages
    13 Fig. 14 Tables
    DE GRUYTER OLDENBOURG
    Language:
    English
    Type of Publication:
    Collection

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    Massimo Rospocher, ISIG Trient; Jeroen Salman, Utrecht University; Hannu Salmi, University of Turku

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