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The Book in Germany.

Contributors

Mary Fischer m.fischer@napier.ac.uk
Editor

William A Kelly
Editor

Abstract

The articles in this edited collection trace the history of the book in Germany from the manuscript tradition through to the twentieth century. Contents:
1. Mary Fischer: Winning Hearts and Minds: the role of the written word in the crusades in north-eastern Europe in the fourteenth century.
2. Henrike Laehnemann: From Print to Manuscript: the case of a manuscript workshop in Stuttgart around 1475.
John L. Flood: GW 6002: A Typographical Conundrum from 1479.
3. Jeffrey Ashcroft: Ne sint Magistri sine Libris: Early german printed books in the libraries of St Andrews University.
4. William A. Kelly: Medical and Scientific Publishing in Germany, 1601-1800.
5. Susan Reed: Printing the Revolution: Berlin broadsides from 1848.
6. Jasmin Lange: Marketing Rules: changing publishing strategies in the Weimar period.
7. Alistair McCleery: The German Paperback tradition and Its Influence.

Book Type Authored Book
Publication Date 2010
Deposit Date Sep 19, 2013
Peer Reviewed Peer Reviewed
Book Title The Book in Germany.
ISBN 9780955356162
Keywords book history; Germany;
Public URL http://researchrepository.napier.ac.uk/id/eprint/6318