The politics of information in early modern Europe

@inproceedings{Dooley2011ThePO,
  title={The politics of information in early modern Europe},
  author={B. Dooley and S. A. Baron},
  year={2011}
}
General introduction Brendan DooleyPart I. The English ModelIntroduction Sabrina BaronEyes, ears, news and plays Stuart ShermanManuscript news/printed news: the two faces of dissemination in early seventeenth-century England Sabrina BaronNews and the pamphlet culture of mid-seventeenth-century England Michael MendleNews, history and the construction of the present in early modern England Daniel WoolfPart II. The ContinentIntroduction Brendan DooleyThe origins of the German press Thomas… Expand
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