INTERNATIONAL EXCHANGE IN THE EARLY MODERN BOOK WORLD

Matthew McLean (University of St. Andrews, Reino Unido) y Sara Barker (University of Leeds, Reino Unido) – Editores

Leiden, Holanda. BRILL. ISBN: 9789004316447. 483 págs.  Mayo de 2016. Encuadernado.

PVP EUR 109,00 (4% IVA incluido)

Les ofrecemos el volumen nº 51 de la serie LIBRARY OF THE WRITTEN WORD – THE HANDPRESS WORLD. Podemos, como siempre, enviarles información de todos los volúmenes publicados y disponibles.

Esta recopilación de ensayos – todos ellos nuevos – trata sobre todos los aspectos relacionados con el movimiento e intercambio de libros entre países, idiomas y confesiones. Considera los elementos del comercio internacional del libro, la circulación y el coleccionismo de textos, la práctica de la traducción y la difusión de conocimiento técnico y cultural.

 

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Notes on Contributors

Preface

PART ONE

The International Book Trade: Business without Borders

1. Sales Channels for Bestsellers in Sixteenth-Century Europe

Valentina Sebastiani

2. International Publishing and Local Needs: the Breviaries and Missals Printed by Plantin for the Spanish Crown

Benito Rial Costas

3. Centre and Periphery? Relations between Frankfurt and Bologna in the Transnational Book Trade of the 1600s

Caroline Duroselle-Melish

4. Selling Books in the Italian Renaissance. The Correspondence of Giovanni Bartolomeo Gabiano (1522)

Angela Nuovo

5. Plantin and the French Book Market

Malcolm Walsby

PART TWO

Cultural Transmissions and Political Exchange

6. Books as a Means of Transcultural Exchange between the Habsburgs and the Ottomans

Zsuzsa Barbarics-Hermanik

7. ‘This Book Hath Been Often Call’d For’: Translations of Italian Works on the Dutch Revolt and the European Book Market

Nina Lamal

8. The Pike and the Printing Press: Military Handbooks and the Gentrification of the Early-Modern Military Revolution

Mark R. Geldof

PART THREE

Libraries, Collections, Ownership

9. How to Build a Library across Early-Modern Europe: the Network of Claude Expilly

Shanti Graheli

10. Books without Borders. The Presence of the European Printing Press in the Italian Religious Libraries at the End of the Sixteenth Century

Giovanna Granata

11. Angelica’s Book: the Power of Reading in Late Renaissance Florence

Brendan Dooley

PART FOUR

Moving Music and Translating Tongues: Literature and Music between Countries

12. Confessional Networks, Cultural Exchange and the Printed Music of Jerome Commelin (ca.1550–1597)

Matthew Laube

13. Sellers and Buyers of Italian Music around 1700: the Silvani Firm and G.B. Bassani’s Music in Italy and Central Europe

Huub van der Linden

14. Translating Renaissance Drama: Networks, Platforms, Apps

Anston Bosman

15. «Catullum Numquam Antea Lectum […] Lego»: a Short Analysis of Catullus’ Fortune in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries

Alina Laura de Luca

16. Intertraffic: Transnational Literatures and Languages in Late Renaissance England and Europe

Warren Boutcher

Index

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