Enlightened Moral Journalism in Europe and North America
Edited By Misia Sophia Doms
As soon as the Spectator model spread from England to continental Europe and began to be incorporated in French, Dutch and German translations and adaptions, the respective journalistic networks and negotiations regularly exceeded local, regional, and even national boundaries and took on international dimensions. The contributions of the present volume outline the historical development and the intricate literary, artistic, journalistic and scientific communication and distribution networks of the moral weeklies and periodical essays inspired by the Spectator prototype in Europe and North America. Thus, these periodicals become visible as parts and products of ramified learned and creative negotiations on genres, writing techniques and topics.
Rebecca Røilid Vollan (Trondheim and Bergen)
The European Spectatorial Press in English: General Survey and Case Study on the Female Space in The Spectator and The Female Spectator
Michael Griffin (Limerick)
Case Study: Cosmopolitanism, National Character, and Spectatorship. Oliver Goldsmith and the Magazines, 1759–1760
Cornelis van der Haven (Ghent)
The Spectatorial Press in Dutch
Klaus-Dieter Ertler (Graz)
The Spectatorial Press in French: The Early Period of French Spectatorial Writing
Michaela Fischer-Pernkopf (Graz)
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