6 edition of Transforming the Republic of Letters found in the catalog.
August 3, 2007
by University of Rochester Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||264|
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SEVENTEENTH-CENTURY NEWS Transforming the Republic of Letters is a formidable book about a formidable man: Pierre-Daniel Huet. A deft and vivid narrator, April Shelford recreates Huet's career, his friendships with learned men and women, his projects and his quarrels with erudition, tenacity and deep historical insightCited by: Jesuit Science and the Republic of Letters (Transformations: Studies in the History of Science and Technology) Hardcover – December 2, by Mordechai Feingold (Editor) out of 5 stars 3 ratings.
See all 4 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from /5(3). Transforming the Republic of Letters raises questions of critical importance in Huet's era, and our own, about defining, sharing, and controlling access to knowledge.
April G. Shelford is Assistant Professor in the History Department at American University, Washington, D.C. The Republic of Letters (Respublica literaria) is the long-distance intellectual community in the late 17th and 18th centuries in Europe and the fostered communication among the intellectuals of the Age of Enlightenment, or philosophes as they were called in France.
The Republic of Letters emerged in the 17th century as a self-proclaimed community of scholars and literary figures. Transforming the Republic of Letters is a formidable book about a formidable man: Pierre-Daniel Huet.
A deft and vivid narrator, April Shelford recreates Huet's career, his friendships with learned men and women, his projects and his quarrels with erudition, tenacity and deep historical insight.
Literature, Politics, and the World Republic of Letters. Author: Tobias Boes; Publisher: Cornell University Press ISBN: Category: Literary Criticism Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» In Thomas Mann's War, Tobias Boes traces how the acclaimed and bestselling author became one of America's most prominent anti-fascists and the spokesperson for a German cultural ideal that Nazism.
The World Republic of Letters is a book by French literary critic Pascale hed in English translation inthe book was hailed as an important text that applied the sociological concepts developed by Pierre Bourdieu to an analysis of the world literary system by which books are written and consecrated as important works of literature, an economy of prestige that centers Author: Pascale Casanova.
Get this from a library. Transforming the republic of letters: Pierre-Daniel Huet and European intellectual life, [April Shelford] -- "From its birth during the Renaissance, the Republic of Letters long remained a small and close-knit elite community, linked by international networks of correspondence, sharing an erudite neo-Latin.
Get this from a library. Transforming the republic of letters: Pierre-Daniel Huet and European intellectual life, [April Shelford] -- Early modern Europe's most extensive commonwealth -- the Republic of Letters -- could not be found on any map. This republic had patriotic citizens, but no army; it had its own language, but no.
April G. Shelford's book centers on the figure of Pierre-Daniel Huet, member of the Académie Française and bishop of Avranches. Shelford uses her account of Huet's life and works to explore the workings of the “old” Republic of Letters, which emerged out of the Renaissance, and the process by which it was transformed into its “new” Enlightenment form at the end of the seventeenth Author: Rachel Hammersley.
REPUBLIC OF LETTERS REPUBLIC OF LETTERS. The "Republic of Letters" (Respublica Literarum), a term apparently coined by the humanist Francesco Barbaro inwas first intended to designate the community of early modern scholars who restored the ancient "Orators, Poets, Historians, Astronomers, and Grammarians" who would otherwise have been lost forever; but the term later encompassed other.
“Republic of Letters” sounds like a term coined by a historian, but it was one used by the participants themselves. In an era defined by monarchical government, class hierarchy, and religious divisions, the members of the “republic” saw themselves as engaging each other on.
"The World Republic of Letters" concerns itself with literary fiction, authors who end up in the canon of literature and the consecration of authors by higher critical instances.
This is not to say that Pascale Casanova looks down on popular fiction and/or genres - they simply aren't part of the scope of this book/5. In The Letters of the Republic, Michael Warner tries to bring Jürgen Habermas to the New World.
Warner argues that print culture in eighteenth-century America was closely tied to the rise of the republican public sphere. Print allowed Americans to imagine themselves as participants in a universal and impersonal deliberating public/5.
Present-day scholarship holds that the Italian academies were the model for the European literary and learned society. This volume questions the a ~Italian paradigma (TM) and discusses the literary and learned associations in Italy and Spain a " explicitly called academies a " as well as others in Germany, France, and the Netherlands.
The flourishing of these organizations from. A preeminent work of modern Greek literature, this provocative novel poses difficult questions about the nation’s Nazi occupation and early Civil War years First published in to a storm of controversy, Thanassis Valtinos’s probing novel Orthokostá defied standard interpretations of the Greek Civil War.
Through the documentary-style testimonies of multiple narrators, among them the. A History of the Book in America, vol. 1, The Colonial Book in the Atlantic World (New York, ), –33; Landsman, Ned, “ A Transatlantic ‘Republic of Letters,’ ” in idem, From Colonials to Provincials: American Thought and Culture, – (Ithaca, ), 31 – 56; Fiering, Norman, “ The Transatlantic Republic of Letters Cited by: 9.
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The formal writing desk was a new form of furniture in the 17th and 18th centuries. Learn how this form of furniture evolved in America and explore some of the remarkable objects linked to the. By reading this book, you, the reader, consent to bear sole responsibility for your own decisions to use or read any of this book’s material.
Veracity Enterprises and the author shall not be liable for any damages or costs of any type arising out of any action taken by you. During the fellowship, Burnett will pursue her research and write a book, “The Religious Republic of Letters: Correspondence Networks in Reformation Germany.” The Religious Republic of Letters represents a correspondence network of two dozen humanists, pastors and teachers in Switzerland and South Germany between and The complete review's Review.
The World Republic of Letters considers literary reputation and success on a global scale, looking at what accounts for some writers finding acceptance internationally, while others don't (or remain only regionally successful), as well as the influence these writers have.
Casanova describes an "international literary space", formed in the 16th century, with.Book Review: April G. Shelford, Transforming the Republic of Letters: Pierre-Daniel Huet and European Intellectual Life,ser. Changing Perspectives on Early Modern Europe (Rochester, NY: University of Rochester Press, ), XII + : Mark Bannister.