Beitraege zur Kommunikationsgeschichte

Communication and the media, information and the public sphere are among the key words used to describe modern and historical societies. There is a growing interest in a history of public communication and in a critical analysis of how these terms, their purport and functions have changed. Nevertheless, there is no comprehensive account of the history of communication. The Beitraege zur Kommunikationsgeschichte provide the necessary groundwork to this end: Overviews of an epoch, region or profession stand alongside analyses of the newspaper and magazine fields, books and publishing, pamphleteering, images, radio and television, news and information, as well as advertising and propaganda. The book series comprises monographs and multi-authored volumes, source editions and documentation.

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Edited by

Dr. Carsten Kretschmann

Universität Stuttgart
Historisches Institut
Keplerstr. 17/KII
70174 Stuttgart
DEUTSCHLAND
ihicakre@po.hi.uni-stuttgart.de

Prof. a.D. Dr. Bernd Sösemann

Freie Universität Berlin
Friedrich-Meinecke-Institut
Koserstr. 20
14195 Berlin
DEUTSCHLAND
bernd.soesemann@fu-berlin.de

Prof. Dr. Rudolf Stöber

Universität Bamberg
Institut für Kommunikationswissenschaft
An der Weberei 5
96047 Bamberg
DEUTSCHLAND
rudolf.stoeber@uni-bamberg.de

Beiträge zur Kommunikationsgeschichte


General information

ISSN 1617-853X (print)

ISSN 2699-3538 (online)

Founded: 1994

Size: 17 x 24 cm

Languages: English, German

Publishing information

Please send manuscript submissions to our acquisition managers or to the editors of the series. Submissions must be original texts (no translations) which must not be previously published. During the review process, manuscripts may not be submitted elsewhere. Monographs must be complete and fully finished. For multi-authored volumes contact us as early as possible with details of the planned contributions. In initial submissions, our publication guidelines or citation rules do not have to be strictly followed.

All submissions are subjected to peer review. The review process can result in acceptance, the recommendation of revisions or rejection of the project. You will be informed of the decision by email. We attempt to reach a decision within 3 months of the submission of the manuscript.

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