EVENING NEWS: Optics, Astronomy, and Journalism in Early Modern Europe
Detailing the differences between various types of printed and manuscript news and the importance of regional, national, and religious distinctions, Reeves emphasizes the ways in which information moved between high and low genres and across geographical and confessional boundaries in the first decades of the seventeenth century.
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