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Metropolises
Artistic and literary production are not inherently urban processes in themselves but they have always flourished in an urban context and the processes of ...
by Markian Prokopovych , Rosemary H. Sweet
Shakespeare
Performances of William Shakespeare's plays on the European continent date back to his lifetime. Since his death in 1616, the playwright has never stopped ...
by Sophie Chiari
Kongregation von Saint-Maur
Die benediktinische Reformkongregation von Saint-Maur bestand von 1618 bis 1792 und hatte ihren Hauptsitz im Kloster Saint-Germain-des-Prés in Paris. Mauriner ...
by Gregor Emmenegger
East West Literary Transfers
This article re-examines one of the aesthetic foundations of orientalist discourse. It focuses on the circulation of literary themes, techniques and motifs ...
by Anne Duprat
Standardisation in Europe
The establishment of shared concepts and meanings is a precondition for cultural interaction. Therefore, standardisation is an age-old process and has always ...
by Roland Wenzlhuemer
Das "niederländische Jahrhundert"
Die Geschichte der Niederlande im 17. Jahrhundert wird traditionell in Superlativen charakterisiert – das "Goldene Zeitalter" oder "A Miracle Mirrored", um nur ...
by Dagmar Freist
The "Dutch Century"
The history of the Netherlands in the 17th century is generally described in superlatives – the "Golden Age" or "A Miracle Mirrored", to name just two titles ...
by Dagmar Freist
Book Market
The medium of the book, as a portable store of knowledge, has always made a central contribution to the rise of cultural areas. Dependent by its nature on ...
by Ernst Fischer
Spaces of Courtly Display
In the medieval and early modern periods, courtly spaces were defined by the presence of the prince (Fürst) and his court. These spaces formed at different ...
by Ulrich Schütte
Salon
From the 16th century onward, women cultivated in salons a specific form of conversational conviviality and also registered their participation in the res ...
by Petra Dollinger
 
 
 
 
 

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