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zur europäischen Ethnologie 1). For complete codicological details see Appendix 1: Editions of Dracole Wayda 1488-1500 (below). Daphnis 37 2008 12 William Layher seated at a table before a backdrop of impaled victims. The pam- phlets open with a thumbnail biography of Vlad III and his rise to power in

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In: Daphnis
Author: William Layher

Looking up at 'Holger Dansk og Burmand' (DgF 30) William Layher One of the longstanding preoccupations in the Scandinavian ballad field concerns the question of origins: how old are the oldest Scandinavian ballads, and where did they come from? Although an oral ballad tradition survived well

In: The Singer and the Scribe

and images, thereby becoming a new text.6 The essays are arranged in four general themes: I. Sensations/ History/ News; II. Medium Flugblatt; III. Media and the Elites; IV. Novels and News. I. Sensations/ History/ News William Layher’s essay on the “Horrors of the East” examines the media history of

In: Daphnis
Author: Editors Daphnis

– Hans-Gert Roloff Alexander Schwarz – Ulrich Seelbach Robert Seidel – Jean-Marie Valentin Helen Watanabe-O’Kelly CONSUMING NEWS NEWSPAPERS AND PRINT CULTURE IN EARLY MODERN EUROPE (1500-1800) Edited by Gerhild Scholz Williams and William Layher The paper on which this book is printed meets the

In: Daphnis
Author: Editors Daphnis

INHALT Consuming News: Newspapers and Print Culture in Early Modern Europe (1500-1800). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Horrors of the East: Printing Dracole Wayda in 15th-century Germany. By William Layher (Washington University, St. Louis

In: Daphnis
Author: Heliskoski

/98 Parfums Christian Dior SA v. Tuk Consultancy BV and C-392/98 Assco Gerüste GmbH and R. van Dijk v. Wilhelm Layher GmbH & Co KG and Layher BV . The conclusions of Advocate General Cosmas were published on 11 July 2000. 10 See supra note 5. The same applies to Case 87/75 Bresciani v. Amministrazione

In: Nordic Journal of International Law

, Berlin, de Gruyter, 2012, xx + 743 pp.; and Harald Haferland, ‘Vokale Kultur, Hörgedächtnis und Textgrammatik. Zur Pronominalisierung in mittelhochdeutschen Texten’, Layher, âventiuren dôn, 45–62. Rezeptionskulturen. Fünfhundert Jahre literarische Mittelalterrezeption zwischen Kanon und Populärkultur

In: The Year’s Work in Modern Language Studies
Volume Editor: Philip E. Bennett
The Singer and the Scribe brings together studies of the European ballad from the Middle Ages to the twentieth century by major authorities in the field and is of interest to students of European literature, popular traditions and folksong. It offers an original view of the development of the ballad by focusing on the interplay and interdependence of written and oral transmission, including studies of modern singers and their repertoires and of the role of the audience in generating a literary product which continues to live in performance. While using specific case studies the contributors systematically extend their reflections on the ballad as song and as poetry to draw broader conclusions. Covering the Hispanic world, including the Sephardic tradition, Scandinavia, The Netherlands, Greece, Russia, England and Scotland the essays also demonstrate the interconnections of a European tradition beyond national boundaries.
Editor: Francis Gentry
This volume is a guide to medieval German literature from its beginnings in the eighth century to the fourteenth century. It will escort the motivated student and colleague with interest in the European Middle Ages but no expertise in older German languages. The chapter authors, all internationally-known scholars, were given the freedom to arrange their chapters as they felt most appropriate, including the question of the terminus ad quem. Chapters deal either with a chronological period, e.g. 13th century, or with specific genres, eg. drama. In addition, chapters both on the historical epoch and on the development of the German language in the medieval period have been included. In general, historical and cultural topics play an important role in each chapter.

üblich (Jonsson 1991, bes. 151-155; kritisch gegenüber Jonsson und dessen Oslo-Theorie aber aktuell Layher 1999).2 Im Zusammenhang dieses Beitrags zur ost- 1 Ingebjørg Hákonardóttir ist zugleich Urenkelin des norwegischen Königs und Kulturvermittlers der Riddarasögur, Hákon IV. Hákonarson, der in seiner

In: Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik