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This bibliography of the book From Gutenberg to Luther: Transnational Print Cultures in Scandinavia 1450-1525 presents a list of reference works and essays relevant to the discussion on the history of print culture in Scandinavia. From nearly every stage in the history of print culture in Scandinavia there is evidence of a richness and complexity that has been neglected in mainstream and nationally oriented Scandinavian book history. Printing in Scandinavia was embedded in European-wide printing infrastructures, and so too were the acquisition and collection of books. Scandinavian book history must be understood as an integral part of European book history and examined in the light of European information and communication circuits and with all participants considered.

Keywords: European book history; history of print culture; Scandinavia



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