Media and Literature in Multilingual Hungary 1770–1820 (ReKonf ‧ 3)

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Ág­nes Dó­bék, Gá­bor Mé­szá­ros and Gá­bor Vad­er­na, eds. Me­dia and Li­te­ra­tu­re in Mul­ti­l­in­gu­al Hun­gary 1770–1820. Re­ci­ti Kon­fe­ren­cia­kö­te­tek 3. Bu­da­pest: re­ci­ti, 2019.

The pe­ri­od co­ve­red in this vo­lu­me was par­ti­cu­larly im­por­tant in Hun­ga­ri­an cul­t­u­ral his­to­ry re­gard­ing the in­ter­ac­tions of print me­dia with ot­her so­ci­al and cul­t­u­ral for­ma­tions. The ex­pan­si­on of the mar­ket of me­dia pro­ducts was ac­com­pa­ni­ed by the ac­ce­le­ra­ti­on of so­ci­al com­mu­ni­ca­ti­on and the broa­de­ning of its par­ti­ci­pant base. Weekly news­pa­pers and pe­ri­o­di­cals pub­lis­hed only a few times a year fol­lo­wed in­ter­na­ti­o­nal pat­terns. As new read­ing ha­bits and editorial-authorial ro­les emer­ged, an inc­re­a­sing num­ber of people took ad­van­tage of the new op­por­tuni­ti­es to pub­lish. Some news­pa­pers and pe­ri­o­di­cals pub­lis­hed po­li­ti­cal and eco­no­mic news, whi­le in ot­her out­lets more space was de­vo­ted to pub­li­ca­tions fo­cus­ing on sci­en­ti­fic, me­di­cal, and ag­ri­cul­t­u­ral to­pics. As sci­en­ti­fic and edu­ca­ti­o­nal texts had to make up for the de­fi­ci­en­ci­es of pub­lic edu­ca­ti­on, many pe­ri­o­di­cals pub­lis­hed his­to­ri­cal port­ra­its and descript­ions of his­to­ri­cal events, but ast­ro­log­i­cal, geo­gra­phi­cal, bo­ta­ni­cal, and zoo­log­i­cal an­no­un­ce­ments, too. Thus, the ma­jo­rity of the news­pa­pers and pe­ri­o­di­cals both ser­ved as a means of com­mu­ni­ca­ti­on among scho­lars and as a fre­qu­ent fo­rum for en­ligh­te­ned na­ti­o­nal en­de­a­vo­urs. Es­says in this coll­ec­ti­on re­ve­al the cul­t­u­ral dy­na­mism of mul­ti­l­in­gu­al me­dia in the Hun­ga­ri­an King­dom, as well as the cent­ra­lity of the press to our un­der­stand­ing of the pe­ri­od from 1770 to 1820.

Re­ci­ti Con­fe­ren­ce Books pub­lis­hes pro­ce­e­dings of con­fe­ren­ces or­ga­ni­zed by the Ins­ti­tu­te for Li­ter­ary Stu­di­es of the Re­se­arch Cent­re for the Hu­ma­ni­ti­es, Hun­ga­ri­an Aca­demy of Sci­en­ces. It aims at promo­ting di­ver­se met­ho­do­log­i­cal app­ro­a­ches to the analy­sis of texts and con­texts from the Re­na­is­sance to con­tem­por­ary li­te­ra­tu­re and culture.


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Me­dia and Li­te­ra­tu­re in Mul­ti­l­in­gu­al Hungary

Edi­ted by:
Ág­nes Dóbék
Gá­bor Mészáros
Vad­er­na Gábor

Re­ci­ti Con­fe­ren­ce Books ‧ 3
Edi­ted by:
Zsu­zsa Török

Pro­of readers:
Bern­hard Heiller
Tho­mas Ed­ward Hunter
And­rew C. Rouse

Sup­port­ed by the “Len­dü­let” (“Mo­men­tum”) prog­ram of the Hun­ga­ri­an Aca­demy of Sciences,
“Li­ter­ary Cul­tu­re in Wes­tern Hun­gary, 1770–1820” Re­se­arch Group


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HU ISSN 2630–953X
ISBN 978–615-5478–70‑3

Pub­lis­hed by Reciti,
Ins­ti­tu­te for Li­ter­ary Stu­di­es of the Re­se­arch Cent­re for the Humanities,
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