The Printing Press as an Agent of Change—Explained
Digging into Elizabeth Eisenstein’s magisterial and seminal work on how print changed culture.
, Elizabeth Eisenstein The Printing Press as an Agent of Change Show Notes
We almost entirely ended up talking about the contents of this book specifically! And we weren’t joking about how dense it is:
these pages are serious business
did mention a couple other episodes of the show: Upcoming books
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