Orators and Rhetoricians. Uses of Public Discourse in the Early Modern Low Countries & France (15th-16th centuries)

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August 10, 2016

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Estelle Doudet, « Orators and Rhetoricians. Uses of Public Discourse in the Early Modern Low Countries & France (15th-16th centuries) », Orateurs et rhétoriciens, ID : 10670/1.4cc3o0


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English This project will study the cultural products and practices of groups of intellectuals in France and in the Low Countries in the 15th and 16th centuries, at a time where innovative forms of communication, the printing press and drama, were developing. Scholars have often studied this media revolution and its techniques rather than the men who used it to build a new public space. Oral and written discourse in that period acquired new means of circulation, thus earning a real power of a...

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