Tag Archives: Günther Fetzer
NEW PUBLICATION: GÜNTHER FETZER: DAS TASCHENBUCH. GESCHICHTE – VERLAGE – REIHEN. TÜBINGEN: FRANCKE, 2019.
Review by Corinna Norrick-Rühl, Münster The history of paperback books is a fascinating topic, since it brings together research on book history, popular culture, fiction and non-fiction, the social history of literature, and many more strands of inquiry. In his new book, Das Taschenbuch. Geschichte – Verlage – Reihen, Günther Fetzer offers an unique handbook-like introduction to […]
New publication: Hans-Helmut Röhring/Günther Fetzer: Wie ein Buch entsteht. Einführung in den Buchverlag (10th, entirely revised ed.). Darmstadt: WBG, 2019.
We were recently alerted to this new publication, which is a complete revision of an “old classic” for students of book and publishing studies. The textbook Wie ein Buch entsteht by Hans-Helmut Röhring was first published in 1983 and has introduced thousands of students, book trade apprentices, and entry-level employees in the book business to […]
New publication: Reading. An interdisciplinary handbook (eds. Ursula Rautenberg and Ute Schneider)
A entirely new edition of de Gruyter’s standard handbook on reading research has just been published. Reading. An interdisciplinary handbook is edited by Ursula Rautenberg (Erlangen) and our associated scholar Ute Schneider (Mainz) and brings together the latest research findings in neurophysiology, psycholinguistics, education, sociological communications theory, and book studies. Besides Rautenberg and Schneider, some […]