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Changing perceptions of the public sphere / edited by Christian J. Emden and David Midgley
New York : Berghahn Books, c2012
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 3rd Floor  HM1013 .C43 2012    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) Communication -- Social aspects -- Europe -- History
Communication -- Political aspects -- History
Public opinion -- Europe -- History
Civil society -- Europe -- History
Subject Habermas, J├╝rgen
Physical Description vi, 208 p. : ill. ; 24 cm
Contents Introduction: changing perceptions of the public sphere / Christian J. Emden and David Midgley -- A public sphere before Kant? Habermas and the historians of early modern Germany / Joachim Whaley -- Kunigunde of Bavaria and the "conquest of Regensburg": politics, gender, and the public sphere in 1489 / Sarah Westphal -- Publicizing the private: the rise of "secret history" / Peter Burke -- Private, public, and structural change: the German problem / Nicholas Boyle -- The second life of the "public sphere": on charisma and routinization in the history of a concept / John H. Zammito -- Probing the limits: the contribution of literary writing to defining the public sphere / David Midgley -- Habermas anticipated: the eighteenth-century public sphere as "theater of the world" / Martina Lauster -- Karl Kraus and the transformation of the public sphere in early twentieth-century Vienna / Edward Timms
Note Includes bibliographical references (p. [183]-199) and index
Alternate Author Emden, Christian
Midgley, David R., 1948-

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