On the graphic language of the handwritten Greek ephemeris

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Abstract

Apart from the nature of the newspaper that can be studied through its content and readership, there is always the actual artefact, whose examination of physical properties is important to understanding how and why it was produced. Different characteristics need to be described and analysed through a discussion of areas such as the design, the methods and materials, and the producers
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusIn preparation - 2019
EventHandwritten newspapers as an alternative medium during the early modern and modern times - Uppsala University Library, Uppsala, Sweden
Duration: 17 Sep 201518 Sep 2015

Conference

ConferenceHandwritten newspapers as an alternative medium during the early modern and modern times
CountrySweden
CityUppsala
Period17/09/1518/09/15

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Keywords

  • Handwritten newspapers
  • typography
  • visual communication
  • print culture
  • from verbal to graphic
  • graphic communication

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Mastoridis, K. (2019). On the graphic language of the handwritten Greek ephemeris. Paper presented at Handwritten newspapers as an alternative medium during the early modern and modern times, Uppsala, Sweden.
Mastoridis, Klimis. / On the graphic language of the handwritten Greek ephemeris. Paper presented at Handwritten newspapers as an alternative medium during the early modern and modern times, Uppsala, Sweden.
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Mastoridis, K 2019, 'On the graphic language of the handwritten Greek ephemeris' Paper presented at Handwritten newspapers as an alternative medium during the early modern and modern times, Uppsala, Sweden, 17/09/15 - 18/09/15, .

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2019. Paper presented at Handwritten newspapers as an alternative medium during the early modern and modern times, Uppsala, Sweden.

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Mastoridis K. On the graphic language of the handwritten Greek ephemeris. 2019. Paper presented at Handwritten newspapers as an alternative medium during the early modern and modern times, Uppsala, Sweden.