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A periodização do conhecimento: comunicação e circulação do conhecimento em periódicos científicos do século XVIII (2021)


Learned journals are essential sources for understanding the processes of communication and appropriation of knowledge by publishers, authors, men of science and readers. They disseminate knowledge, news and discoveries, memoirs and other texts to audiences eager for information and willing to access news from the learned world. In Portugal, there was great interest and curiosity about what was published in other European countries, and some publishers offered Portuguese readers news and texts from the foreign learned world. Despite its own specificities, the Portuguese editorial panorama reflects the European scene of the time and the editorial practices of other countries, reproducing, adapting and recreating published models and texts in different formats and with variable length, and integrating a growing and evolving communication network and an ever-increasing specialisation.

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Authors & Contributors
Serrano, Elena
Seiler, Cotten
Simões, Ana Luís
Alves Diniz, Marcio
Kari Lancaster
Fagnani, Martino Lorenzo
Knowledge circulation
Scientific communities; interprofessional relations
Editors and editing
Scholarly journals
Social networks
Knowledge production (modes)
Time Periods
18th century
19th century
21st century
20th century
Canary Islands
Balearic Islands (Spain)
Prague (Czechia)
Universidade de Lisboa
Royal Society of London
History of Science Society
Universidade de Coimbra

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