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Early Modern Universities: Networks of Higher Learning


Early Modern Universities: Networks of Higher Learning. Edited by: Goeing, Anja-Silvia; Parry, Glyn; Feingold, Mordechai (2020). Leiden: Brill.

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Early Modern Universities: Networks of Higher Education publishes twenty essays on early modern institutional academic networks and the history of the book. The case studies examine universities, schools, and academies across a wide geographical range throughout Europe, and in Central America. The volume suggests pathways for future research into institutional hierarchies, cultural ties, and how networks of policy makers were embedded in complex scholarly and scientific developments. Topics include institutions and political entanglements; locality and mobility, especially the movement of scholars and scholarship between institutions; communication, collaboration, and the circulation of academic knowledge. The essays use studies of print and book cultures to provide insights into cooperative interregional markets, travel and trade.
Contributors: Laurence Brockliss, Liam Chambers, Liam Chambers, Peter Davidson, Mordechai Feingold, Alette Fleischer, Willem Frijhoff, Anja- Silvia Goeing, Martina Hacke, Michael Hunter, Urs B. Leu, David A. Lines, Ian Maclean, Thomas O’Connor, Glyn Parry, Yarí Pérez Marín, Elizabeth Sandis, Andreas Sohn, Jane Stevenson, Iolanda Ventura, and Benjamin Wardhaugh.

Abstract

Early Modern Universities: Networks of Higher Education publishes twenty essays on early modern institutional academic networks and the history of the book. The case studies examine universities, schools, and academies across a wide geographical range throughout Europe, and in Central America. The volume suggests pathways for future research into institutional hierarchies, cultural ties, and how networks of policy makers were embedded in complex scholarly and scientific developments. Topics include institutions and political entanglements; locality and mobility, especially the movement of scholars and scholarship between institutions; communication, collaboration, and the circulation of academic knowledge. The essays use studies of print and book cultures to provide insights into cooperative interregional markets, travel and trade.
Contributors: Laurence Brockliss, Liam Chambers, Liam Chambers, Peter Davidson, Mordechai Feingold, Alette Fleischer, Willem Frijhoff, Anja- Silvia Goeing, Martina Hacke, Michael Hunter, Urs B. Leu, David A. Lines, Ian Maclean, Thomas O’Connor, Glyn Parry, Yarí Pérez Marín, Elizabeth Sandis, Andreas Sohn, Jane Stevenson, Iolanda Ventura, and Benjamin Wardhaugh.

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Item Type:Edited Scientific Work
Communities & Collections:06 Faculty of Arts > Institute of Education
Dewey Decimal Classification:370 Education
Language:English
Date:7 December 2020
Deposited On:13 Jan 2021 11:49
Last Modified:13 Jan 2021 11:53
Publisher:Brill
Series Name:Scientific and Learned Cultures and Their Institutions
Volume:31
Number of Pages:502
ISBN:978-90-04-44241-2
Additional Information:Editors’ Preface List of Figures and Tables Notes on Contributors Introduction Anja- Silvia Goeing, Glyn Parry, and Mordechai Feingold Part 1 The Political Entanglement of Institutions 1 Colleges and the University of Paris, Professors and Students, Religion and Politics: Some Remarks on the History of Europe in the Late Middle Ages (Thirteenth to Fifteenth Centuries) Andreas Sohn 2 Structures and Networks of Learning in Early Modern Bologna David A. Lines 3 Church and State: Sixteenth Century Higher Education in Zurich and Its Ties to the City-State Government Anja- Silvia Goeing 4 The Beginnings of the German Academia Naturae Curiosorum (1652– 1687) and the Character of German Intellectual Life Ian Maclean 5 The Academy, the University and Cultural Warfare: The Case of Thomas Digges (1546–1595) Glyn Parry Part 2 Locality and Mobility: Institutions, the Migration of Scholars, and Scholarships 6 Domestic Academies Jane Stevenson 7 The Circulation of Knowledge in Early Colonial New Spain: A Plural Landscape Yarí Pérez Marín 8 A Multifaceted Educational Landscape: The Dutch and Their Schools in and outside the Dutch Republic Willem Frijhoff 9 Schemes for Students’ Mobility in Protestant Switzerland during the Sixteenth Century Karine Crousaz 10 Domestic Grammar Schools and Overseas Colleges in the Formation of Irish Catholic Clergy (1560– 1620) Thomas O’Connor 11 The Importance of Location: The Eighteenth-Century University and the Intellectual Rendez-Vous Laurence Brockliss Part 3 Communication, Collaboration, and the Circulation of Academic Knowledge 12 Performing Networks and Relationships on Stage at the Early Modern Universities: Theater and Ritual at Oxford, Cambridge, and the Inns of Court Elizabeth Sandis 13 Defacing Euclid: Reading and Annotating the Elements of Geometry in Early Modern Britain Benjamin Wardhaugh 14 Archibald Pitcairne: Heterodoxy and Its Milieu in Late Seventeenth- and Early Eighteenth- Century Edinburgh Michael Hunter 15 The Collections of the University of Aberdeen, 1495– 1807: Centers and Peripheries, Networks and Culture Peter Davidson and Jane Stevenson Part 4 Cooperative Interregional Worlds: Production, Markets, Travel and Trade 16 The Messengers of the Nations of the University of Paris and the Book Trade (Late Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries) Martina Hacke 17 The Cooperation between Professors and Printers in Basel and Zurich during the Early Modern Period Urs B. Leu 18 Typologies and Pharmaceutical Markets: The Reception of Pseudo-Mesue’s Schriftencorpus in Print Iolanda Ventura 19 Traveling Salesmen or Scholarly Travelers?: Early Modern Botanists on the Move Marketing Their Knowledge of Nature Alette Fleischer 20 “Abroad Colleges,” Print Culture, and Book Collections: The Irish Colleges, Paris, 1676–1794 Liam Chambers Bibliography of Secondary Literature Index
OA Status:Closed
Publisher DOI:https://doi.org/10.1163/9789004444058

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