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Introduction Part I. Agents, Agency, and Print in Early Modern Europe Introduction 1. Errata Lists and the Reader as Corrector, Ann Blair 2. Counterfeit Printing as an Agent of Diffusion and Change: The French Book-Privilege System and Its Contradictions (1498?1790), Jean-Dominique Mellot 3. On the Threshold: Architecture, Paratext, and Early Print Culture, William H. Sherman 4. Moving Pictures: Foxe?s Martyrs and Little Gidding, Margaret Aston 5. Humphrey Moseley and the Invention of English Literature, David Scott Kastan 6. ?On the Behalf of the Printers?: A Late Stuart Printer-Author and Her Causes, Paula McDowell 7. Fixity versus Flexibility in ?A Song on Tom of Danby? and Dryden?s Absalom and Achitophel, Harold Love Part II. Exchange, Agency, and Adaptation in the Cosmopolitan World of Print Introduction 8. Reinventing Gutenberg: Woodblock and Movable-Type Printing in Europe and China, Kai-wing Chow 9. Scotland: International Politics, International Press, Arthur Williamson 10. Change and the Printing Press in Sixteenth-Century Spanish America, Antonio Rodr¡guez-Buckingham 11. The Southern Printer as Agent of Change in the American Revolution, Calhoun Winton 12. The Printing Press and Change in the Arab World, Geoffrey Roper 13. Print and the Emergence of Multiple Publics in Nineteenth-Century Punjab, Vivek Bhandari 14. ?Ki ng? pito e wh? o te ao nei? (To the four corners of this world): Maori Publishing and Writing for Nineteenth-Century Maori-language Newspapers, Jane McRae Part III: Agency, Technology, and the New Global Media Revolution Introduction 15. ?Little Jobs?: Broadsides and the Printing Revolution, Peter Stallybrass 16. What Difference Does Colonialism Make?: Reassessing Print and Social Change in an Age of Global Imperialism, Tony Ballantyne 17. The Laser Printer as an Agent of Change: Fixity and Fluxion in the Digital Age, Barbara A. Brannon 18. The Cultural Consequences of Printing and the Internet, James A. Dewar and Peng Hwa Ang 19. Seeing the World in Print, Robert A. Gross 20. The Printing Revolution: A Reappraisal, Roger Chartier A Conversation with Elizabeth L. Eisenstein, Baron, Lindquist, and Shevlin Appendix A: Publications by Elizabeth L. Eisenstein Appendix B: Reviews of The Printing Press as an Agent of Change Notes on Contributors Index
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Printing -- History.
Printing -- Social aspects -- History.
Books -- History.
Books -- Social aspects -- History.
Book industries and trade -- History.
Eisenstein, Elizabeth L. Printing press as an agent of change.