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Material Moments in Book Cultures: Essays in Honour of Gabriele Mueller-Oberhaeuser

EditorSimon Rosenberg, Sandra Simon

Hardcover | January 27, 2015

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This Festschrift honours the dedicated book historian and medievalist Gabriele Müller-Oberhäuser. Her wide-ranging scholarly expertise has encouraged and influenced many adepts of the book. The essays in this volume reflect the variety of her interests: The contributions range from Chaucer’s Fürstenspiegel to the value of books in comedy, from the material book to the magical book in religious and literary cultures, from collaborative efforts in manuscript production to the relations of distributors of books across national and ideological boundaries, from the relations between the makers of books to the relation of readers to their books. Covering a period from the Middle Ages to the present, the volume concludes with a look at the future of book history as a field of study.
Title:Material Moments in Book Cultures: Essays in Honour of Gabriele Mueller-OberhaeuserFormat:HardcoverDimensions:8.27 × 5.83 × 0.98 inPublished:January 27, 2015Publisher:Peter Lang GmbH, Internationaler Verlag der WissenschaftenLanguage:English

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Contents: Birgit Hötker-Bolte: List of Publications by Gabriele Müller-Oberhäuser – Ulrike Graßnick: «This litel tretys»: Chaucer’s Mirror for Princes The Tale of Melibee – Eva Schaten: Books as Objects of Magic in the Late Middle Ages – Matti Peikola: Signing the Diabolical Pact: Aspects of Supernatural Written Communication in Records of the Salem Witch-Hunt, 1692-1693 – Torsten Wieschen: Forms of Addressing the Educated Reader in Early Printed Paratexts – Sarah Ströer: Juvenile Sunday Reading in Nineteenth-Century England – Sandra Simon: Authors, Publishers, and the Literary Agent: An Ideal Literary Trinity? – Simon Rosenberg: Book Value Categories in Television Comedy Shows – Anne Hudson: A Tale of Two Odos: The Development of a Lollard Authority – Jessica Hardenberger: Patterns of Collaboration among the Makers of the Auchinleck Manuscript (National Library of Scotland, Advocates’ MS 19.2.1) – Marga Munkelt: A Mute(d) King: Emotions Inferred in Shakespeare’s Edward III – Paul Hoftijzer: Leiden-German Book-Trade Relations in the Seventeenth Century: The Case of Jacob Marcus – Janika Bischof: The Printed Acta Synodi Nationalis Dordrechti as a Networking Tool – Mirjam Christmann: Huguenot Material in London after the Edict of Fontainebleau: The Vaillant Family – Hermann Josef Real: Swift as Bookman: Reader, Collector, and Donor – Uta Schleiermacher: Class-Related Aspects of Reading in Victorian Autobiographies: Molly Hughes, A London Child of the 1870s, and Hannah Mitchell, The Hard Way Up – Corinna Norrick-Rühl: Marketing Socialism? Sales Strategies for rororo rotfuchs, a Left-Wing Children’s Paperback Series in the 1970s – Adriaan van der Weel: Book Studies and the Sociology of Text Technologies.