Table of contents for Worlds made by words : scholarship and community in the modern West / Anthony Grafton.

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Contents
Acknowledgments	
Introduction	
1 A Sketch Map of a Lost Continent: The Republic of Letters
2 A Humanist Crosses Boundaries: Alberti on ¿Historia¿ and ¿Istoria¿
3 A Contemplative Scholar: Trithemius Conjures the Past
4 The World in a Room: Renaissance Histories of Art and Nature
5 Where Was Salomon¿s House? Ecclesiastical History and the Intellectual Origins of Bacon¿s New Atlantis
6 Chronology, Controversy, and Community in the Republic of Letters: The Case of Kepler
7 The Universal Language: Splendors and Sorrows of Latin in the Modern World
8 Entrepreneurs of the Soul, Impresarios of Learning: The Jesuits
9 In No Man¿s Land: Christian Learning and the Jews
10 The History of Ideas: Precept and Practice, 1950¿2000 and Beyond
11 The Messrs. Casaubon: Isaac Casaubon and Mark Pattison
12 Momigliano¿s Method and the Warburg Institute: Studies in His Middle Period
13 The Public Intellectual and the American University: Robert Morss Lovett
14 The Public Intellectual and the Private Sphere: Arendt and Eichmann at the Dinner Table
15 Codex in Crisis: The Book Dematerializes
Notes
Sources
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Learning and scholarship -- Europe, Western -- History.
Learning and scholarship -- United States -- History.
Europe -- Civilization.
Europe -- Intellectual life.