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Textual cultures

JSTOR (Organization)

Textual cultures

text, contexts, interpretation

by JSTOR (Organization)

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Published by Indiana University Press in Bloomington, IN .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Periodicals,
  • Textual Criticism

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesGeneral OneFile., Academic OneFile., OmniFile full text select.
    ContributionsSociety for Textual Scholarship, Project Muse
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsP47 .T48
    The Physical Object
    Format[electronic serial]
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25565457M
    LC Control Number2006213693
    OCLC/WorldCa71801176

    Textual Cultures, Material Cultures and environmental science, among other fields. Interestingly, Cline’s book has become something of a phenomenon – very unusual for a scholarly book, even one for a popular audience: Who Reviews the Reviewers? On Lemche on Cline’s 11 (14) July (1). 'In all, a neat introduction to textual studies that offers to the reader a range of ways to think critically about ancient, early modern, and modern texts, from scribal to digital. The volume is useful for those who wish to find ways to articulate and theorize historical and modern conceptions of texts and textual studies.'.

    Book Description. The twentieth anniversary edition of Henry Jenkins’s Textual Poachers brings this now-canonical text to a new generation of students interested in the intersections of fandom, participatory culture, popular consumption and media theory.. Supplementing the original, classic text is an interview between Henry Jenkins and Suzanne Scott in which Jenkins reflects upon . Abstract: In his article, "Cultural Studies and Cultural Text Analysis," Urpo Kovala discusses the role of textual analysis in cultural studies. He begins with a sketch of different conceptions of tex-tual analysis within cultural studies by pointing to differences in .

    Understanding how medieval textual cultures engaged with the heritage of antiquity (transmission and translation) depends on recognizing that reception is a creative cultural act (transformation). These essays focus on the people, societies and institutions who were doing the transmitting, translating, and transforming -- the "agents". The Textual Cultures Prize. The Textual Cultures Prize honors the author of the best article published in the Society of Textual Scholarship’s journal, Textual Cultures, during the two calendar years since the previous award. The prize carries an honorarium of $ and is selected by the editorial staff of the journal.


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Textual Cultures is committed to reviewing a wide range of works across these and other disciplines. If you work for a Press and are interested in having books reviewed in Textual Cultures, please follow these instructions. General queries regarding works for review published in the North America, the United Kingdom and Australia should be sent to Marta Werner.

Textual Cultures: Cultural Texts Book Description: The dynamic fields of the history of the book and the sociology of the text are the areas this volume investigates, bringing together ten specially commissioned essays that between them demonstrate a range of critical and material approaches to medieval, early modern, and digital books and texts.

Description: Textual Cultures brings together essays by scholars from numerous disciplines and focuses on issues of Textual cultures book editing, redefinitions of textuality, the history of the book, material culture, and the fusion of codicology with literary, musicological, and art historical interpretation and iconography.

Contributors from across the world in diverse fields investigate the meaning. Get this from a library. Textual cultures, cultural texts. [Orietta Da Rold; Textual cultures book M Treharne; English Association.;] -- The fields of the history of the book and the sociology of the text are the areas this book investigates, bringing together ten specially commissioned essays that between them demonstrate a range of.

South African textual cultures is a wide-ranging study that traces out the ‘biographies’ of a number of important books (from Story of an African Farm to The Heart of Redness) on their journeys across national boundaries and through different historical moments.

It is not enough, nor entirely accurate, to say that this is an important Cited by: Textual cultures: cultural texts. [Orietta Da Rold;] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Bodley and its Use, c. - Ralph HannaThe Idea of the Heart in Byzantium and the History of the Book - Robert RomanchukRed as a Textual Element during the Transition from Manuscript to.

Textual Cultures (published annually since as Text: An Interdisciplinary Annual of Textual Studies) brings together essays by scholars from numerous disciplines and focuses on issues of textual editing, redefinitions of textuality, the history of the book, material culture, and the fusion of codicology with literary, musicological, and art historical interpretation and iconography.

As the first release in the 'Textual Cultures: Theory and Praxis' series, which was created as a complement to the journal Textual Cultures (), this volume connects medieval studies to postmodernism as it theorizes textual by: Introduction. Indigenous Textual Cultures, the Politics of Difference, and the Dynamism of Practice / Tony Ballantyne and Lachy Paterson 1 Part I.

Archives and Debates 1. Ka Waihona Palapala Maneleo: Research in a Time of Plenty. Colonialism and the Hawaiian-Language Archives / Noelani Arista 31 2.

Textual Cultures, Material Cultures Writing on Culture and Cultural History in the Ancient World and the Present. Pages. That led to a book, The Innocents Abroad, or the New Pilgrims’ Progress When Evangelical Textual Criticism blog.

Book Book Series. Overview. Aims and Scope. Understanding how medieval textual cultures engaged with the heritage of antiquity (transmission and translation) depends on recognizing that reception is a creative cultural act (transformation).

These essays focus on the people, societies and institutions who were doing the transmitting, translating. The book is essential reading for anyone with an interest in South African, African, and general colonial and postcolonial literatures and history, as well as those with an interest print and media cultures, and the History of the Book.

South African Textual Cultures: White, Black, Read All Over Andrew Van der Vlies No preview available - Cultures of the Book: Bibliography. The common theme of this bibliography is the technological adaptation of the written word from antiquity to the present and the interplay between intellectual, cultural, and social change that enacts itself around the written word.

The following breakdown of broad subjects is arbitrary but functional. Textual Cultures: Cultural Texts by Orietta Da Rold (Editor) The dynamic fields of the history of the book and the sociology of the text are the areas this volume investigates, bringing together ten specially commissioned essays that between them demonstrate a range of critical and material approaches to medieval, early modern, and Brand: Boydell & Brewer, Limited.

The picture is complete with Tony Brewer, our compositor from on, who has worked miracles as a skilled collaborator with an eye for the book arts I. Textual Cultures: Theory and Praxis Textual Cultures: Theory and Praxis seeks to promote emerging and traditional interests in the widely-defined field of textuality by publishing book-length studies that examine the complex connections of texts, their readers, and the cultural mechanisms that produce them.

LEADER: cam a a s enkah b 0 eng c: |a (OCoLC)ocn |a. The book is essential reading for anyone with an interest in South African, African, and general colonial and postcolonial literatures and history, as well as those with an interest print and media cultures, and the History of the Book.

South African textual cultures: white, black, read all over Andrew Edward Van der Vlies Snippet view - The Textual Culture research group is active in the Department of English Studies at Stirling. We hosted the first international Textual Culture conference in Stirling inand held a one-day symposium at the university in February, What is textual analysis.

1 What is textual analysis. Textual analysis is a way for researchers to gather information about how other human beings make sense of the world. It is a method-ology – a data-gathering process – for those researchers who want to understand the ways in which members of various cultures andFile Size: KB.

The book is absolutely essential reading for anyone with an interest in the fields of South African, African, and general colonial and postcolonial literatures and history, as well as those with an interest print and media cultures, and the History of the Book.

"South African textual cultures is a wide-ranging study that traces out the Author: Andrew Van Der Vlies.Similar Items. Textual cultures, cultural texts / Published: () Writing Europe, texts and contexts / Published: () Slavery and the cultures of abolition: essays marking the bicentennial of the British Abolition Act of / Published: () Literary cultures and the material book / Published: ().textual definition: 1.

relating to written or printed material 2. related to the way in which something has been. Learn more.