This collection presents some of the most important new research in nineteenth-century media history and, taken together, these essays represent some of the salient developments in the field in recent years. It has been a productive time: monographs on single serial titles have been supplemented by studies of particular markets and discourses, often comparatively; likewise attempts both to measure and to theorise the media of the past have flourished. So too has archival research which, contrary to the assumptions of some anti-empiricist critiques, has increased simultaneously with the pursuit of new methods.
KeywordsPropa Marketing Expense Sonal Ethos
Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF.