Books for Basel? The German speaking printing production in pre-reformation Basel
modifié le: 2011-06-07
 

Basel on the river Rhine is the most important pre-reformation printing centre within modern day Switzerland. About 20 print shops had started up by 1500 and a third of them also published works in the vernacular, all in all roughly 70 texts, of which several saw multiple print runs. Using selected examples, this talk aims to
- demonstrate which literary and extra-literary factors influenced the selection, production and reception of texts in local dialect/German;
- which personal and functional connections can be found between production and reception, and between audience and text repertoire, or, inversely, between the supply of literary texts, text selection and text transformation/translation as part of the going to press.

Romy Günthart, Universität Zürich

 

 
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