Winning Hearts and Minds: Multimedia Events, Religious Communication and the Urban Context in the Long Sixteenth Century (1450-1650): Ed. by Joost Robbe and Erminia Ardissino

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During the long sixteenth century (that is, from the invention of printing to the mid seventeenth century crisis), a media revolution took place that offered unprecedented possibilities to adopt, express and exchange ideas and opinions, often of a religious nature. Many studies have revealed the importance of media such as script, print, images, theatre, songs, ritual, preaching, and rumours in the early modern period. However, due to the institutionalisation of academic disciplines, we still fail to grasp the way that these media worked together. A richer understanding of how different media interacted and functioned in specific settings during the early modern period is therefore highly desired.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherBrepols Publishers
Publication statusIn preparation - 2019

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