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Ancient Literacies: The Culture of Reading in Greece and Rome - William A Johnson; Holt N Parker
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Ancient Literacies: The Culture of Reading in Greece and Rome - edition reliée, livre de poche

2009, ISBN: 9780195340150

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New York: Oxford University Press, 2009. First Printing is Near-Fine in black paper over boards, gilt spine titling. Mild rubbing along tail, spine ends creased. Fmr bookseller's pencilled prices on rear pastedown. Lovely copy, clean & tight. DJ only Acceptable w overall chafing, corner wear, creasing of spine ends, 3/4" blind tear on rear head near gutter, bump to rear gutter. "This timely volume attempts to formulate new interesting ways of talking about the entire concept of literacy in the ancient world--literacy not in the sense of whether 10% or 30% of people in the ancient world could read or write, but in the sense of text-oriented events embedded in a particular socio-cultural context. The volume is intended as a forum in which selected leading scholars rethink from the ground up how students of classical antiquity might best approach the question of literacy in the past, and how that investigation might materially intersect with changes in the way that literacy is now viewed in other disciplines. The result will give readers new ways of thinking about specific elements of "literacy" in antiquity, such as the nature of personal libraries, or what it means to be a bookseller in antiquity; new constructionist questions, such as what constitutes reading communities and how they fashion themselves; new takes on the public sphere, such as how literacy intersects with commercialism, or with the use of public spaces, or with the construction of civic identity; new essentialist questions, such as what "book" and "reading" signify in antiquity, why literate cultures develop, or why literate cultures matter. The book derives from a conference (a Semple Symposium held in Cincinnati in April 2006) and includes new work from the most outstanding scholars of literacy in antiquity (e.g., Simon Goldhill, Joseph Farrell, Peter White, and Rosalind Thomas)."--publisher. First Printing.. Hard Cover. Very Good/Acceptable. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Used., Oxford University Press, 2009

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2009, ISBN: 0195340159

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[EAN: 9780195340150], Gebraucht, sehr guter Zustand, [PU: Oxford University Press, New York], LITERACY HISTORY ANCIENT CULTURES, Jacket, First Printing is Near-Fine in black paper over boards, gilt spine titling. Mild rubbing along tail, spine ends creased. Fmr bookseller's pencilled prices on rear pastedown. Lovely copy, clean & tight. DJ only Acceptable w overall chafing, corner wear, creasing of spine ends, 3/4" blind tear on rear head near gutter, bump to rear gutter. "This timely volume attempts to formulate new interesting ways of talking about the entire concept of literacy in the ancient world--literacy not in the sense of whether 10% or 30% of people in the ancient world could read or write, but in the sense of text-oriented events embedded in a particular socio-cultural context. The volume is intended as a forum in which selected leading scholars rethink from the ground up how students of classical antiquity might best approach the question of literacy in the past, and how that investigation might materially intersect with changes in the way that literacy is now viewed in other disciplines. The result will give readers new ways of thinking about specific elements of "literacy" in antiquity, such as the nature of personal libraries, or what it means to be a bookseller in antiquity; new constructionist questions, such as what constitutes reading communities and how they fashion themselves; new takes on the public sphere, such as how literacy intersects with commercialism, or with the use of public spaces, or with the construction of civic identity; new essentialist questions, such as what "book" and "reading" signify in antiquity, why literate cultures develop, or why literate cultures matter. The book derives from a conference (a Semple Symposium held in Cincinnati in April 2006) and includes new work from the most outstanding scholars of literacy in antiquity (e.g., Simon Goldhill, Joseph Farrell, Peter White, and Rosalind Thomas)."--publisher Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall

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William A Johnson; Holt N Parker:
Ancient Literacies: the Culture of Reading in Greece and Rome - Première édition

2009, ISBN: 9780195340150

Edition reliée, ID: 14189966661

Hard Cover, Used. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall., Very Good in Acceptable jacket, [ED: 1], Nonfiction, Misc.|LITERACY HISTORY ANCIENT CULTURES, First Printing is Near-Fine in black paper over boards, gilt spine titling. Mild rubbing along tail, spine ends creased. Fmr bookseller's pencilled prices on rear pastedown. Lovely copy, clean & tight. DJ only Acceptable w overall chafing, corner wear, creasing of spine ends, 3/4" blind tear on rear head near gutter, bump to rear gutter. "This timely volume attempts to formulate new interesting ways of talking about the entire concept of literacy in the ancient world--literacy not in the sense of whether 10% or 30% of people in the ancient world could read or write, but in the sense of text-oriented events embedded in a particular socio-cultural context. The volume is intended as a forum in which selected leading scholars rethink from the ground up how students of classical antiquity might best approach the question of literacy in the past, and how that investigation might materially intersect with changes in the way that literacy is now viewed in other disciplines. The result will give readers new ways of thinking about specific elements of "literacy" in antiquity, such as the nature of personal libraries, or what it means to be a bookseller in antiquity; new constructionist questions, such as what constitutes reading communities and how they fashion themselves; new takes on the public sphere, such as how literacy intersects with commercialism, or with the use of public spaces, or with the construction of civic identity; new essentialist questions, such as what "book" and "reading" signify in antiquity, why literate cultures develop, or why literate cultures matter. The book derives from a conference (a Semple Symposium held in Cincinnati in April 2006) and includes new work from the most outstanding scholars of literacy in antiquity (e.g., Simon Goldhill, Joseph Farrell, Peter White, and Rosalind Thomas)."--publisher., New York, [PU: Oxford University Press]

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This timely volume attempts to formulate interesting new ways of talking about the entire concept of literacy in the ancient world--literacy not in the sense of whether 10% or 30% of people in the ancient world could read or write, but in the sense of text-oriented events embedded in a particular socio-cultural context. The volume is intended as a forum in which selected leading scholars rethink from the ground up how students of classical antiquity might best approach the question of literacy in the past, and how that investigation might materially intersect with changes in the way that literacy is now viewed in other disciplines. History History eBook, Oxford University Press

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2009, ISBN: 9780195340150

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780195340150
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0195340159
Version reliée
Livre de poche
Date de parution: 2008
Editeur: OXFORD UNIV PR
430 Pages
Poids: 0,780 kg
Langue: eng/Englisch

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ISBN/EAN: 9780195340150

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