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Appendix Questionnaire: The Reach Of The Republic Of Letters

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This appendix section presents the Questionnaire: The Reach of the Republic of Letters. Republic of Letters is approached from a starting point that privileges Latin Learning and the famous minds and institutions that still dominate our understanding of the international world of Learning. However, in this book The Reach of the Republic of Letters: Literary and Learned Societies in Late Medieval and Early Modern Europe, the attention turns to the (local) voices of the numerous minor scholars, writers, and performers who actively participated in late medieval and early modern vernacular literary culture, a culture that was at least as much dominated by performative media, as by the print medium.

Keywords: early modern Europe; international world; late Medieval Europe; Latin learning; learned societies; literary culture; Republic of Letters



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