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Nicolaus Copernicus in the Culture of Memory

Nicolaus Copernicus in the Culture of Memory

Sedimentation of Knowledge

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Sprache: Englisch
ca. 340 Seiten, with 76 figures, Onlinequelle (E-Library)
ISBN: 978-3-7370-1779-4
V&R unipress, 1. Edition, 2025
The volume explores Nicolaus Copernicus’s cultural legacy, spanning from the 16th century to the... mehr
Nicolaus Copernicus in the Culture of Memory
The volume explores Nicolaus Copernicus’s cultural legacy, spanning from the 16th century to the commemorative events of 2023. It innovatively examines the reception of Copernicus’s research and ideas, tracing his cultural impact across various historical epochs. Contributions within delve into the scientific reception of his theories as well as diverse forms of cultural remembrance, including monuments and commemorations, political memory, visual arts, iconography, street names, postage stamps, and tourism promotion. Emphasizing Copernicus’s significance within both Polish and German cultural spheres (including local cultural wars), the volume also considers his broader global influence.
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Autor:inneninfos
    • Wojciech Piasek (Hg.)
    • Wojciech Piasek is an associate professor at the faculty of History at the Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń, Poland. His research focuses on ethnography of contemporary thought in the field of history and non-academic forms of history.
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    • Adam Kola (Hg.)
    • Adam Kola is an associate professor at the faculty of Humanities at the Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń, Poland. His research interests include Eastern and Central European intellectual and literary history, memory studies, global knowledge transfer.
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