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The Traffic in Knowledge in the Winter Nights of Antonio de Eslava, Matthäus Drummer von Pabenpach, and Johann Beer

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This essay examines the ways in which three related works set and thematize knowledge in motion: Antonio de Eslava’s Spanish original, Noches de Invierno (1609); Matthäus Drummer von Pabenpach’s German translation thereof (1649); and Johann Beer’s Teutsche Winternächte (1682). It interrogates the material book as a vehicle of knowledge transfer and text – in the form of storytelling, conversation, and autobiography – as a means of producing, circulating, and cementing received and new knowledge. Finally, it reveals the role of gender in knowledge creation and sharing.

Affiliations: 1: Washington University in St. Louis, Vereinigte Staaten, ltatlock@wustl.edu

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2017-11-18

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