Cultures of Knowledge in the Early Modern World

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A History of Knowledge
Markus Friedrich, translated by John Noël Dillon
The dynamic but little-known story of how archives came to shape and be shaped by European culture and society
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1. Cover image for 'The Birth of the Archive'
A History of Knowledge
Markus Friedrich, translated by John Noël Dillon
The dynamic but little-known story of how archives came to shape and be shaped by European culture and society
Format Publication year Price Status Purchasing option
Hardcover 2018 $79.95 Available Add Hardcover for "The Birth of the Archive" to Cart
Ebook 2018 Available View Purchasing Options for Ebook, "The Birth of the Archive"
Currently limited to: subject medieval_and_renaissance_studies Medieval and Renaissance Studies x

The series Cultures of Knowledge in the Early Modern World examines the intersection of encyclopedic, natural, historical and literary knowledge in the early modern world, incorporating both theory (philosophies of knowledge and authority) and practice (collection, observation, information handling, travel, experiment and their social and political contexts). Interdisciplinary in nature, the goal of the series is to promote works that illustrate international and interreligious intellectual exchange and the intersections of different fields and traditions of knowledge.

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Cultures of Knowledge in the Early Modern World

The series Cultures of Knowledge in the Early Modern World examines the intersection of encyclopedic, natural, historical and literary knowledge in the early modern world, incorporating both theory (philosophies of knowledge and authority) and practice (collection, observation, information handling, travel, experiment and their social and political contexts). Interdisciplinary in nature, the goal of the series is to promote works that illustrate international and interreligious intellectual exchange and the intersections of different fields and traditions of knowledge.


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Jacob Soll
Ann Blair
Anthony Grafton

Series Editors

Jacob Soll
Ann Blair
Anthony Grafton


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