NEWS NETWORKS IN EARLY MODERN EUROPE

Joad Raymond (Queen Mary University of London, Reino Unido) y Noah Moxham (University of St. Andrews, Reino Unido) – Editores

Leiden, Holanda. BRILL. ISBN: 9789004277175. 912 págs.  Julio de 2016. Encuadernado.

PVP EUR 229,00 (4% IVA incluido)

Les ofrecemos el volumen nº 47 de la serie LIBRARY OF THE WRITTEN WORD – THE HANDPRESS WORLD. Podemos, como siempre, enviarles información de todos los volúmenes publicados y disponibles.

Con 37 ensayos nuevos sobre las redes de noticias en Europa en la primera edad moderna, los editores de este nuevo libro intentan dibujar la historia de la comunicación europea en los siglos XVI y XVII. Las noticias han de circular y ser escuchadas, pero la historia de las noticias no siempre se ha contado en el contexto de la influencia en las manifestaciones culturales, de forma manuscrita, impresa u oral.

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Acknowledgements

List of Figures and Tables

Places and Dates

Abbreviations and Other Conventions

Notes on Contributors

1 News Networks in Early Modern Europe

Joad Raymond and Noah Moxham

PART 1

Networks

2 European Postal Networks

Nikolaus Schobesberger, Paul Arblaster, Mario Infelise, André Belo, Noah Moxham, Carmen Espejo and Joad Raymond

3 The Lexicons of Early Modern News

Paul Arblaster, André Belo, Carmen Espejo, Stéphane Haffemayer, Mario Infelise, Noah Moxham, Joad Raymond and Nikolaus Schobesberger

4 News Networks: Putting the ‘News’ and ‘Networks’ Back in

Joad Raymond

5 Maps versus Networks

Ruth Ahnert

6 International News Flows in the Seventeenth Century: Problems and Prospects

Brendan Dooley

7 The Papal Network: How the Roman Curia Was Informed about South-Eastern Europe, the Ottoman Empire and the Mediterranean (1645–1669)

Johann Petitjean

8 The Iberian Position in European News Networks: A Methodological Approach

Javier Díaz Noci

9 Mapping the Fuggerzeitungen: The Geographical Issues of an Information Network

Nikolaus Schobesberger

PART 2

Modes

10 The History of a Word: Gazette

Mario Infelise

11 International Relations: Spanish, Italian, French, English and German Printed Single Event Newsletters Prior to Renaudot’s Gazette

Henry Ettinghausen

12 War News in Early Modern Milan: The Birth and the Shaping of Printed News Pamphlets

Massimo Petta

13 Elizabethan Diplomatic Networks and the Spread of News

Tracey A. Sowerby

14 Time in English Translations of Continental News

Sara Barker

15 Cartography, War Correspondence and News Publishing: The Early Career of Nicolaes van Geelkercken, 1610–1630

Helmer Helmers

16 News Exchange and Social Distinction

André Belo

17 ‘Newes also came by Letters’: Functions and Features of Epistolary News in English News Publications of the Seventeenth Century

Nicholas Brownlees

18 ‘My Friend the Gazetier’: Diplomacy and News in Seventeenth-Century Europe

Jason Peacey

19 Intelligence Offices in the Habsburg Monarchy

Anton Tantner

20 Authors, Editors and Newsmongers: Form and Genre in the Philosophical Transactions under Henry Oldenburg

Noah Moxham

PART 3

Studies

21 News from the New World: Spain’s Monopoly in the European Network of Handwritten Newsletters during the Sixteenth Century

Renate Pieper

22 The Prince of Transylvania: Spanish News of the War against the Turks, 1595–1600

Carmen Espejo

23 ‘Fishing after News’ and the ars apodemica: The Intelligencing Role of the Educational Traveller in the Late Sixteenth Century

Elizabeth Williamson

24 ‘It is No Time Now to Enquire of Forraine Occurrents’: Plague, War, and Rumour in the Letters of Joseph Mead, 1625

Kirsty Rolfe

25 ‘Our Valiant Dunkirk Romans’: Glorifying the Habsburg War at Sea, 1622–1629

Paul Arblaster

26 A Sense of Europe: The Making of this Continent in Early Modern Dutch News Media

Joop W. Koopmans

27 The Hinterland of the Newsletter: Handling Information in Space and Time

Mark Greengrass, Thierry Rentet and Stéphane Gal

28 ‘We have been Informed that the French are Carrying Desolation Everywhere’: The Desolation of the Palatinate as a European News Event

Emilie Dosquet

29 Promoting the Catholic Cause on the Italian Peninsula: Printed Avvisi on the Dutch Revolt and the French Wars of Religion, 1562–1600

Nina Lamal

30 The Acquisition and Handling of News on the French Wars of Religion in Cologne: The Case of Hermann Weinsberg

Alexandra Schäfer

31 ‘Secret and Uncertain’: A History of Avvisi at the Court of the Medici Grand Dukes

Sheila Barker

32 Words on the Street: Selling Small Printed ‘Things’ in Sixteenth- and Seventeenth-Century Venice

Laura Carnelos

33 Natural Disasters and the European Printed News Network

Carlos H. Caracciolo

34 The ‘Trouble of Naples’ in the Political Information Arena of the English Revolution

Davide Boerio

35 Public and Secret Networks of News: The Declaration of War of the Turks against the Empire in 1683

Stéphane Haffemayer

36 From Vienna, Prague or Poland? The Effects of Changing Reporting Patterns on the Ceremonial News of Transylvania, 1619–58

Virginia Dillon

37 The Venetian News Network in the Early Sixteenth Century: The Battle of Chaldiran

Chiara Palazzo

Index

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