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Meeting the readers’ expectations. The design of early printed newspapers (1605–1680)

Hillgaertner, Jan (13 août 2013)

Die Dorfpost [The rural post]. Lithograpy, R. Weibezahl, around 1840How did printers designed Early Modern newspapers in the 17th century and which possibilities were available to meet the expectations of their reader? For answering this question, I have decided to analyse Dutch and German ...

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Incunabula Workshop in St Andrews

Hillgaertner, Jan (14 déc. 2015)

Early last week, on 16 &17 November, incunabula expert Falk Eisermann visited St Andrews to give a two-day workshop on early printed books in Europe. Dr Eisermann is head of the incunabula division at the Berlin State Library since 2007 and enjoys an outstanding reputation amongst scholars of early ...

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Being new in the field: Current projects in newspaper history

Hillgaertner, Jan (20 juin 2013)

TDC Newspaper Staff 1880-90s © CC-BY-SA Flickr-User Marion Dross  Not too long ago, in November 2011, I started working on something that would later become the topic of my master´s thesis. In a course on early modern pamphlet production I had to deal with the “Neue Zeitung”, something that ...

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Conference: Vom Flugblatt zur Flut der Bilder Die Entwicklung der visuellen Massenkommunikation

Hillgaertner, Jan (10 mars 2014)

It has been a while since I last went to a conference to present some of the findings of my research. But soon it is time to return to Germany to take part in the event organized by the DGPuk - the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Publizistik- und Kommunikationswissenschaft. I am going to present some ...

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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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Kurt Koszyk † (1929-2015)

Hillgaertner, Jan (9 févr. 2015)

On 1 January 2015, Kurt Koszyk, professor for media studies and journalism died aged 85. Koszyk was one of the most established in German media and journalism studies. His career entailed the foundation of the journalism studies programme at the University of Dortmund in 1977. Notably, he served as ...

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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 Announcement: Managing the News in Early Modern Europe, 18.-20.06 University of Amsterdam

Hillgaertner, Jan (28 avr. 2014)

June 18-20, 2014 – University of Amsterdam Preliminary Programme Wednesday 18 June 16:00-18:00: KEYNOTE Jacob Soll (University of Southern California) – Early Modern News Between Public and Secret Spheres Thursday 19 June 9:30-10:30: Keynote Brendan Dooley (University College Cork) – ...

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A Call for Help: Puzzling About Places pt. II

Hillgaertner, Jan (24 nov. 2014)

Now after a year of working on the German newspapers, I have finished the full descriptions of the first half of the century. As per usuall, many peculiarities were found and more questions remain to be answered. One of them has to do with historic place names. Newspapers often report the last ...

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Choosing and Servicing Your Horse – Heinrich Steiner’s Erziehunng Gebrauch aller dem Menschen gebreuchlichen Thier (Breeding and Use of all Livestock)

Hillgaertner, Jan (20 févr. 2016)

When trying to understand the everyday workings of people in the Early Modern Period, one must widen the focus of sources one was initially going to work with. I at some point during my studies of the Early Modern German newspaper became interested in the breeding of livestock as I found a few news ...

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