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Sites of discourse - public and private sphere - legal culture : papers from a conference held at the Technical University of Dresden, December 2001

Author: Uwe Böker
Publisher: Amsterdam Rodopi 2002
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Dresden <2001>
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Uwe Böker
ISBN: 9042015500 9789042015500
OCLC Number: 248977291
Description: 259 Seiten Illustrationen
Contents: Gert MELVILLE: Institutions and the Public Sphere: Some Preliminary RemarksPeter Uwe HOHENDAHL: The Theory of the Public Sphere RevisitedJurgen SCHLAEGER: A Reckoning without the Host: Public and Private Spheres in the Eighteenth CenturyUwe BOEKER: Institutionalised Rules of Discourse and the Court Room as a Site of the Public SphereJuliet H. WIGHTMAN: 'All the world is but a bear-baiting' -Violence and Popular Culture in the RenaissanceAlastair MANN: Parliaments, Princes, and Presses: Voices of Tradition and Protest in Early Modern ScotlandAnnette PANKRATZ: Over the King's Bodies: The Emerging Public Sphere in Seventeenth-Century EnglandHeinz-Joachim MUELLENBROCK: Public Opinion in Eighteenth-Century EnglandIan A. BELL: Literature, Crime, and Society in Eighteenth-Century EnglandBeth SWAN: Defoe and the Criminal Lawyer: Eighteenth Century Ideologies of JusticeGreta OLSON: Keyholes in Eighteenth-Century Novels as Liminal Spaces between the Public and Private SpheresChristoph HOUSWITSCHKA: Family, Crime, and the Public Sphere: 'Incest' in Eighteenth-Century EnglandAnna-Christina GIOVANOPOULOS: Alsatian Eccentricities: An Initial Appraisal of a Nineteenth-Century Collection of Eighteenth-Century News on CrimeEckhart HELLMUTH: Criticising the Constitution: or, How to Talk about the Liberty of the Press in the 1790sUwe BOEKER: The Prison and the Penitentiary as Sites of Public Counter-DiscourseYork-Gothart MIX: 'Ubi libertas, ibi patria': The Interculturality of German-American Popular Almanacs of the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries.
Responsibility: [Conference, Exploring the Relationship between the Public Sphere and Legal Culture]. Ed. by Uwe Böker ...

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