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    Print Culture 1750-1850

    Print Culture in the Age of the the Circulating Library, 1750-1850

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    Publié le lundi 12 mars 2001 par Natalie Petiteau

    Résumé

    Gronigen and Sheffield Hallam Universities Suggested topics: the history of the circulating library, publishers catalogues and advertising, the history of the book, the private sphere and the novel, the literary public sphere, counterpublics nat

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    Gronigen and Sheffield Hallam Universities


    Suggested topics: the history of the circulating library, publishers catalogues and advertising, the history of the book, the private sphere and the novel, the literary public sphere, counterpublics nationalism and the public sphere, politics in the republic of letters, the trans-Atlantic book trade, the Dissenting academies, print centres e.g. London, Philadelphia, Dublin, Edinburgh, Paris, literature and moral panics, gender and reading, gender and the literary marketplace, libraries: orders and systems, the remasculinisation of the novel, periodical reviewing: the institution of literature, authorship and anonymity, translation, pirating and forgery, chap books and blue books, the Minerva Press and popular publishing, the underground press.

    Abstract of approximately 200 words should be sent to Dr. Wright. Papers will generally be 20 minutes long. Suggestions for panels welcome. The revised closing date for proposals is 31 January 2001.


    Lieux

    • Sheffield, Grande-Bretagne

    Dates

    • jeudi 19 juillet 2001

    Contacts

    • Dr Angela Wright
      courriel : corvey [at] shu [dot] ac [dot] uk

    URLS de référence

    Source de l'information

    • Site web C18 ~
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    Pour citer cette annonce

    « Print Culture 1750-1850 », Colloque, Calenda, Publié le lundi 12 mars 2001, http://calenda.org/186204