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@ / * ° ± ² > ° 9/21/11 Printing, Thinking, & Recording
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9/21/11 Printing, Thinking, & Recording I. Terms for thinking of connections II. Print and standardization III. The significance of print
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9/21/11 Printing, Thinking, & Recording I. Terms for thinking of connections A.Imperialism -- territorial control -- through tools of war -- vs. colonialism -- economic power -- associated with technology
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9/21/11 Printing, Thinking, & Recording I. Terms for thinking of connections B. Periodization -- two phases -- break: industrial revolution (@ 1750-1850)
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9/21/11 Printing, Thinking, & Recording I. Terms for thinking of connections C. Mercantilism (1st phase) -- trade benefits home country -- technologies of arrival -- coastal limit (periphery)
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9/21/11 Printing, Thinking, & Recording I. Terms for thinking of connections D. Industrial imperialism (2nd phase) -- economy controlled through military -- technologies of penetration -- statistics -- 1800: Europe controls 35% of globe -- 1878: 67%
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9/21/11 Printing, Thinking, & Recording II. Printing and standardization -- the lore: Martin Luther and Gutenberg
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9/21/11 Page from Gutenberg Bible British Library
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9/21/11 The Ransom Center Copy of the Gutenberg Bible University of Texas at Austin One of 48 surviving copies, one of 25 complete Binding, v. I
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9/21/11 Note grape cluster watermark
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9/21/11 Note bull watermark
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9/21/11 Printing, Thinking, & Recording II. Printing and standardization A. Printing press culture: connections -- social places -- a technology of individualism?
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9/21/11 Printing, Thinking, & Recording II. Printing and standardization B. Technical features to be standardized -- antecedents -- ink: formulae -- press -- movable type -- lead-tin alloy, copper mold
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9/21/11 Linen press
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