How did print interact with the media ecology between 1700 and 1900?
Cultural Practices of Intermediality addresses this question through two case studies: the stage and the visual arts. Continue reading “Cultural Practices of Intermediality”
The nineteenth century witnessed an explosion of printed matter in Europe, as new technologies such as the steam press and new distribution infrastructures such as the railway produced and circulated printed books in unprecedented numbers. Continue reading “Interactions of Script and Print in the Nineteenth Century”