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IBG Young Scholars Meeting: The Book as Cultural Artefact and Economic Good, Erlangen, 01.08. - 02.08.2013

Hillgaertner, Jan (26 juin 2013)

Every year, the IBG (Internationale Buchwissenschaftliche Gesellschaft) hosts a conference that brings together scholars of the study of the book. This year in November, plagiarism will be the frame. In the past the association has held conferences on the topic of  the e-book, digital libraries, ...

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Conference Announcement: Lost Books, 19-21 June 2014, St Andrews

Hillgaertner, Jan (18 avr. 2014)

The conference will be held at the University of St Andrews, the full programme can be downloaded here and registration is now open. CONFERENCE PROGRAMME Thursday 19 June All sessions located in the New Seminar Room. Registration (Old Class Library) 10.00 am – 10.45 am Welcome (New Seminar Room) ...

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Conference Announcement: Books in Motion in Early Modern Europe. Beyond Production, Circulation and Consumption. Gotha, 28.-31. May 2014

Hillgaertner, Jan (7 avr. 2014)

I am glad to take part in the Books in Motion in Early Modern Europe. Beyond Production, Circulation and Consumption, organized by Daniel Bellingradt and Jeroen Salman between the 28 May and 31 May 2014 in Gotha. The programme can be downloaded here. Wednesday, 28 May 2014 5.00-5.15 Welcome (‘ ...

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Puzzling Places: The Broadcasting of local News in Dutch Newspapers

Hillgaertner, Jan (2 oct. 2013)

News from Pferumbt, detail. Taken from: Broer Jansz. Tijdinghen uyt verscheyde Quartieren, Amsterdam: 01.06.1622 (Dahl No 100) Unlike the last post, this one is going to be a more puzzling than revealing. After starting to go deeper into the coverage of Dutch newspapers for the last three weeks, I ...

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newspaperhistory

Hillgaertner, Jan (15 févr. 2013)

As I am working in a co-tutelle PhD program between the Universities of St Andrews and Erlangen-Nuremberg, I want to point the attention towards newspaper history. My aim is to research on the typographical development of early european newspapers (17th century). This blog aims to communicate the ...

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Die erste illustrierte deutsche Zeitung? Thomas von Wierings „Türckis. Estats- und Krieges-Bericht“

Hillgaertner, Jan (14 avr. 2014)

Forschungsstand Italienische Arbeiter an der Brennerbahn. Nach der Natur gezeichnet von M. Schmid. In: Die Gartenlaube. Illustriertes Familienblatt No. 1 (1866), S. 13. Arbeitet man sich in den Forschungsstand zur Presseillustration ein wird rasch deutlich, dass sich ein Großteil der Arbeiten mit ...

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Digitalisierte Zeitungen und OCR: Welche Forschungszugänge erlauben die digitalen Bestände?

Hillgaertner, Jan (18 mars 2013)

Ein eher einfacher Fall der OCR-Bearbeitung © ceslava.com Wer die Geschichte der Zeitung erforschen will ist darauf angewiesen, sich mit Originalen auseinanderzusetzen. Ein bekanntes Problem ist, dass Zeitungsbestände geografisch weit verteilt sind. Eine Sonderstellung haben hier Frankreich mit ...

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Media History Vol. 20 (2014) out

Hillgaertner, Jan (28 févr. 2014)

There is a number of interesting journals that constantly provide interesting articles for historical media research and certainly one of the mandatory reads for every media historian dealing with the newspaper is Media History. The last issue, published 7 January 2014 deals exclusively with the ...

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How do we Study the History of Reading? Notes from a Workshop in Stirling

Hillgaertner, Jan (13 févr. 2015)

On 11 December 2014, a group of around thirty doctoral students of book history met at the University of Stirling for the first History of Reading workshop, led by Catherine Halsey (Stirling) and Daniel Cook (Dundee). I got intrigued by the chance of partaking in a discussion on how to study the ...

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CONFERENCE REPORT: LANGUAGES OF THE BOOK, SHARP 2016, PARIS

Hillgaertner, Jan (24 août 2016)

Over 400 delegates met up in Paris for the annual SHARP conference in July 2016, making it the biggest SHARP annual meeting so far. In over 100 panels, speakers presented their works and topics ranged from the study of incunabula, the book and reader between Renaissance and the modern day, editorial ...

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