Print Culture and Communication in the Stuart World
An Introduction

Coordinator: Mackenzie Kirsteen

Language: Anglais

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· 15.6x23.4 cm · Hardback

Print Culture and Communication in the Stuart World explores the historiographical developments in the field and explains that print culture in Britain and Ireland was not an isolated phenomenon but a culture that operated within European and colonial contexts. The book is divided into five parts Communication and Print: Historians� and Our Sources, Composition to Dissemination: The Mechanics of Communication in the Stuart World Beyond Print, Print and the State, Print and the Creation, Propagation and Elimination of Alien Cultures and British and Irish Print Culture in a European and Global Context. This book is perfect for students of early modern Britain and print culture.

Introduction

Part I: Communication and Print as Source Material for Historians

Part II: Composition to Dissemination: The Mechanics of Communication in the Stuart World

Part III: Print and the State: Early Stuart Britain and Ireland: 1603-1638.

Part IV: Print and the Creation, Propagation and Elimination of Alien Cultures within Britain and Ireland

Part V: On the Edge? British and Irish Print Culture in a European and Global Context

Conclusion: Print in the Stuart World: A global market