|Author:||Robin Myers,Michael Harris|
|Subcategory:||Graphics & Design|
|Publisher:||ProQuest Information and Learning Ltd; First Edition edition (November 1984)|
|Category:||Technologies and Computers|
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Maps and Prints book. Maps and Prints (Publishing History Occasional Series). 090269233X (ISBN13: 9780902692336).
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The history of publishing is characterized by a close interplay of technical .
The history of publishing is characterized by a close interplay of technical innovation and social change, each promoting the other. Of the nonperiodical publications, books constitute by far the largest class; they are also, in one form or another, the oldest of all types of publication and go back to the earliest civilizations. In giving permanence to man’s thoughts and records of his achievements, they answer a deep human need. A great deal of occasional publishing, of pamphlets and booklets, is done by organizations to further particular aims or to spread particular views; . by churches, religious groups, societies, and political parties.
In this volume, leading specialists in book history consider examples from the sixteenth to the twentieth century to chart some of the paths followed by books through the European network of print. Books on the Move" represents an important contribution to an understanding of the shifting interactions over time between libraries, collectors and the book trade.
In ROBIN MYERS and MICHAEL HARRIS, eds . GRIFFITH, ELIZABETH and RICHARD GRIFFITH. A slightly revised text of a short paper read before the English section of the AULLA XIV Congress, January 1972, Dunedin, New Zealand.
In ROBIN MYERS and MICHAEL HARRIS, eds, Serials and their Readers 1620Á1914 (Winchester: St Paul's Bibliographies, 1993), 57Á58. . 'Public and Private: The Myth of the Bourgeois Public Sphere. A Series of Genuine Letters, between Henry and Frances (London, 1770). British Politics in the Age of Anne.
Michael H. Harris is professor in the School of Library and Information Science at the University of Kentucky and author of 10 books and over 50 papers on library history. Start reading History of Libraries of the Western World on your Kindle in under a minute. Don't have a Kindle? Get your Kindle here, or download a FREE Kindle Reading App.
The Map of Early Modern London comprises four distinct, interoperable .
The Map of Early Modern London comprises four distinct, interoperable projects. Many print historians refer to the geography of the book as an emerging, interdisciplinary field of inquiry concerned with the spatiality of print production, dissemination, and reception (Howsam 57; MacDonald and Black 505; Keighren 745; Ogborn and Withers 1). The term geography of the book is itself a reference to the sixth chapter of Lucien Fevbre and Henri-Jean Martin’s The Coming.
Part of the Problems in Focus book series. Modern studies of the development of the provincial book-trade have invariably stressed the importance of newspaper publication. At the same time print had become the accepted vehicle for the national dissemination of ideas and information of all kinds.
Mapping the location of printers, booksellers and allied businesses deepens our understanding of the commercial and cultural orientation of the book trade between the late seventeenth and the mid-nineteenth centuries
Mapping the location of printers, booksellers and allied businesses deepens our understanding of the commercial and cultural orientation of the book trade between the late seventeenth and the mid-nineteenth centuries. As this chapter seeks to demonstrate, the business of publishing and bookselling, characterized by increasing diversity and a steady expansion of production, was closely allied to the transformation of London during this period.