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Title Eighteenth-century periodicals as agents of change : perspectives on northern Enlightenment / edited by Ellen Krefting, Aina Nøding, Mona Ringvej.
Imprint Leiden : Koninklijke Brill NV, [2015]
©2015

Series Library of the written word ; v. 42
Handpress world ; v. 33
Library of the written word ; 42.
Library of the written word. Handpress world ; v. 33.
Subject Europe, Northern -- History -- 18th century -- Periodicals.
Eighteenth century -- Periodicals.
Enlightenment -- Periodicals.
Alt Name Krefting, Ellen M.,
Nøding, Aina,
Ringvej, Mona R., 1970-
Description 1 online resource (xii, 346 pages)
Note Papers originally presented at the conference "Periodical transfers: Eighteenth Century Journals as Agents of Change," held at Bogstad Manor outside Oslo in June 2013.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Summary Periodicals were an essential medium during eighteenth-century Enlightenment. The eras growing number of newspapers and journals made possible a fast and vast dissemination of ideas and debates. Journals were a particularly important means of transmitting ideas, genres, texts, and pieces of information from country to country, from centre to periphery, and from press to subscribers. These journals became agents of change by mediating the increasingly profound and widespread urge to write and read and to engage in political debate. This volume, edited by Ellen Krefting, Aina Nøding and Mona Ringvej, presents contributions that explore this media revolution from a Northern perspective. The chapters throw new light on the reception of Enlightenment ideas and practices in Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland, and beyond. Taken together, they make a strong case for the transnational and revolutionary character of the Enlightenment as a whole.
Note Print version record.
Contents Eighteenth-Century Periodicals as Agents of Change: Perspectives on Northern Enlightenment; Copyright; Contents; Acknowledgments; List of Figures, Map and Illustrations; List of Contributors; Introduction; PART 1: International Transfers; 1: Northern Varieties: Contrasting the Dano-Norwegian and the Swedish-Finnish Enlightenments; 2: For the Laity, as Well as for the Learned: Some Themes and Structures in the System of Early Modern Learned Periodicals; 3: The Editor as Scout: The Rapid Mediation of International Texts in Provincial Journals.
4: Struensee in Britain: The Interpretation of the Struensee Affair in British Periodicals, 17725: Transferring Propaganda: Gustavian Politics in Two GöttingenJournals; PART 2: Political Transfers; 6: Big Theories and Humble Realities: Censorship and Public Opinion in the Eighteenth Century; 7: To Rule is to Communicate: The Absolutist System of Political Communication in Denmark-Norway 1660-1750; 8: The Urge to Write: Spectator Journalists Negotiating Freedomof the Press in Denmark-Norway; 9: Developing a New Political Text Culture in Denmark-Norway1770-1799.
10: How to Criticize Governmental Policy without Freedom of thePress in Late Eighteenth-Century Denmark-Norway11: Legislators, Journals, and the Public Legal Sphere in ScandinaviaAround 1800; PART 3:Theatrical Transfers; 12: Theatre, Patriotism, and Politics in Denmark-Norway, 1772-1814; 13: The Politics of Passion: Absolutism, Opera, and Critique in Gustavian Sweden; 14: Bowing Deeply without Tipping Over: The Theatrical Panegyrics of Absolutism; 15: Paradigms of Criticism in the Eighteenth Century: SomeConsiderations Concerning Publicity and Secrecy; PART 4: Digital Transfers.
16: Research-Driven Collaborative Metadata Collection: Indexing and Digitizing Norwegian Periodicals, 1700-182017: Indexing the Enlightenment: Remarks on Digital and International Transfers in Eighteenth-Century Periodicals; Bibliography; Index.
ISBN 9789004293113 (electronic bk.)
9004293116 (electronic bk.)
9789004290051
9004290052
ISBN/ISSN 10.1163/9789004293113
OCLC # 912290203
Additional Format Print version: Eighteenth-century periodicals as agents of change. Perspectives on northern Enlightenment 9789004290051 (OCoLC)910504353



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