Posts Tagged: print

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Transfiguring the Newspaper: From Paper to Microfilm to Database

Presentation by Sandra Gabriele (Concordia University). The rise of databases containing collections of historical newspapers has been heralded as an efficient and potentially revolutionary way of accessing our cultural heritage. Networked databases facilitate the creation of large datasets and comparative

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Transfiguring the Newspaper: From Paper to Microfilm to Database

Presentation by Sandra Gabriele (Concordia University). The rise of databases containing collections of historical newspapers has been heralded as an efficient and potentially revolutionary way of accessing our cultural heritage. Networked databases facilitate the creation of large datasets and comparative

Print Networks: Questions of Access and Expertise in the Renaissance

Presentation by Cindy Klestinec (Miami University). The Renaissance is marked by several revolutions: political, scientific, and print. Indeed, the printing press allowed new circulatory models as well as new “trading zones” to emerge in the information economy of the period.

Print Networks: Questions of Access and Expertise in the Renaissance

Presentation by Cindy Klestinec (Miami University). The Renaissance is marked by several revolutions: political, scientific, and print. Indeed, the printing press allowed new circulatory models as well as new “trading zones” to emerge in the information economy of the period.