The Iconic Page In Manuscript Print And Digital Culture

Author: George Bornstein
Publisher: University of Michigan Press
ISBN: 9780472108657
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The Iconic Page In Manuscript Print And Digital Culture from the Author: George Bornstein. Crystallizes advanced research on the "meanings" that are created by a work's physical construction

The Aura Of The Word In The Early Age Of Print 1450 600

Author: Samuel Mareel
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1351546104
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The Aura Of The Word In The Early Age Of Print 1450 600 from the Author: Samuel Mareel. Did the invention of movable type change the way that the word was perceived in the early modern period? In his groundbreaking essay "The Work of Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction," the cultural critic Walter Benjamin argued that reproduction drains the image of its aura, by which he means the authority that a work of art obtains from its singularity and its embeddedness in a particular context. The central question in The Aura of the Word in the Early Age of Print (1450-1600) is whether the dissemination of text through print had a similar effect on the status of the word in the early modern period. In this volume, contributors from a variety of fields look at manifestations of the early modern word (in English, French, Latin, Dutch, German and Yiddish) as entities whose significance derived not simply from their semantic meaning but also from their relationship to their material support, to the physical context in which they are located and to the act of writing itself. Rather than viewing printed text as functional and lacking in materiality, contributors focus on how the placement of a text could affect its meaning and significance. The essays also consider the continued vitality of pre-printing-press kinds of text such as the illuminated manuscript; and how new practices, such as the veneration of handwriting, sprung up in the wake of the invention of movable type.

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Publisher: Litres
ISBN: 5457839079
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from the Author: . «Логос» – один из старейших независимых гуманитарных журналов, возникших в постсоветский период. Журнал продолжает западническую традицию, развивая ту интеллектуальную линию русской культуры, которая связывает его, в частности, с дореволюционным «Логосом» – международным ежегодником по философии культуры, издававшимся в начале XX века.За время своего существования «Логос» эволюционировал от журнала профессионально-философской ориентации, выполнявшего определенную просвещенческую функцию, до издания, охватывающего, помимо того, широкий спектр общественных проблем и стремящегося представить на своих страницах наиболее интересные и заметные интеллектуальные инновации современной России, а также основные тенденции мировой общественно-политической мысли.В номере:Беседа с Игорем Пильщиковым. Digital Humanities – это что-то новое или мы уже давно этим занимаемся?Лев Манович. Визуализация медиа: техники изучения больших медиаколлекцийМакс Бензе. Духовный человек и техникаХанс Магнус Энценсбергер. Строительный материал для теории медиаФридрих Киттлер. Медиа философии / философия медиаБеседа с Ренатой Салецл. «Будущее не слишком радужно»и многое другое

A Companion To Digital Humanities

Author: Susan Schreibman
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 0470999861
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A Companion To Digital Humanities from the Author: Susan Schreibman. This Companion offers a thorough, concise overview of the emerging field of humanities computing. Contains 37 original articles written by leaders in the field. Addresses the central concerns shared by those interested in the subject. Major sections focus on the experience of particular disciplines in applying computational methods to research problems; the basic principles of humanities computing; specific applications and methods; and production, dissemination and archiving. Accompanied by a website featuring supplementary materials, standard readings in the field and essays to be included in future editions of the Companion.

Annual Bibliography Of The History Of The Printed Book And Libraries

Author: Dept. of Special Collections of the Koninklijke Bibliotheek
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9781402016868
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Annual Bibliography Of The History Of The Printed Book And Libraries from the Author: Dept. of Special Collections of the Koninklijke Bibliotheek. The Annual Bibliography of the History of the Printed Book and Libraries aims at recording articles of scholarly value which relate to the history of the printed book, to the history of arts, crafts, techniques and equipment, and of the economic social and cultural environment, involved in its production, distribution, conservation and description.

Animal Skins And The Reading Self In Medieval Latin And French Bestiaries

Author: Sarah Kay
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
ISBN: 022643687X
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Animal Skins And The Reading Self In Medieval Latin And French Bestiaries from the Author: Sarah Kay. Just like we do today, people in medieval times struggled with the concept of human exceptionalism and the significance of other creatures. Nowhere is this more apparent than in the medieval bestiary. Sarah Kay’s exploration of French and Latin bestiaries offers fresh insight into how this prominent genre challenged the boundary between its human readers and other animals. Bestiaries present accounts of animals whose fantastic behaviors should be imitated or avoided, depending on the given trait. In a highly original argument, Kay suggests that the association of beasts with books is here both literal and material, as nearly all surviving bestiaries are copied on parchment made of animal skin, which also resembles human skin. Using a rich array of examples, she shows how the content and materiality of bestiaries are linked due to the continual references in the texts to the skins of other animals, as well as the ways in which the pages themselves repeatedly—and at times, it would seem, deliberately—intervene in the reading process. A vital contribution to animal studies and medieval manuscript studies, this book sheds new light on the European bestiary and its profound power to shape readers’ own identities.

The Book As Artefact Text And Border

Author: Anne Mette Hansen
Publisher: Rodopi
ISBN: 9042018887
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The Book As Artefact Text And Border from the Author: Anne Mette Hansen. Books do not just contain texts: books themselves are cultural artefacts, which convey many meanings in their own right, meanings which interact with the texts they contain. Awareness of the many significances of books as cultural and textual objects reshapes the traditional disciplines of textual theory, analytic bibliography, codicology and palaeography, while the advent of electronic books, and digital methods for representing print books, is introducing a new dimension to our understanding. Seven essays in this volume, ranging over medieval Portuguese and Swedish manuscripts, eighteenth-century Icelandic editions, Australian playtexts, Thackeray and Anita Brookner, and Stefan George, consider these questions from the broad perspective of textual scholarship.Texts may exist on the borderland of word and not-word; or they may spring from borderlands of nation or culture; or they may be considered from the margins of neighbouring disciplines. So readers must set the texts within contexts, to see the play of text against border. Essays in this volume explore different texts against varying backgrounds — Pound'sCantos, Joyce's Ulysses, Trollope's An Eye for an Eye, Woolf'sThe Waves — while essays by McGann and Lernout argue the dimensionality of text on the intersection of print and digital media.Implicit in all these essays is the contention, that textual scholarship must influence literary interpretation. Two final essays focus directly on this, in the cases of Melville's Moby-Dick and Emily Dickinson's late fragments. An extensive reviews section completes this volume.

Shelley S Visual Imagination

Author: Nancy Moore Goslee
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1107008387
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Shelley S Visual Imagination from the Author: Nancy Moore Goslee. First full-length study of Shelley's remarkable notebooks and the visual and textual imagination they reveal.

The Cambridge Companion To Ulysses

Author: Sean Latham
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1107073901
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The Cambridge Companion To Ulysses from the Author: Sean Latham. Through a series of incisive and insightful essays by accomplished scholars, this Companion offers readers a new window to the world of Ulysses.