Since the beginning of 17th century, a series of broadsheets suggest us the narration about a Franciscan Sardinian martyrdom –Francisco Cyrano– in Algiers, reviewing in that way a micro-textual and printing history with reported events transposed throughout different areas (Spain, Italy, Peru) and times (1605-2001). This study aims to be an analysis about some elements concerning the production, wide circulation, translation and reception of certain broadsheets stories with a large relevance in that time, following specific communication and reading practices not merely informative indeed. A long ‘periplo’ of translations and editions allows us to recreate complexity of some cultural practices regarding the proliferation of these breakable printed sheets. In this case, practices show a double allegiance, certainly to the strong ecclesiastical commitments (concerning different religious orders, like Franciscans’ order) that provides for their self-interests, but, more importantly, to the effectiveness of the pre-journalistic and mass communication circuits that were already established in Europe at the beginning of 17th century, in a ‘glocal’ dimension ante litteram.

Periplo editorial, de traducciones y re-lecturas sobre una relación de martirio (Francisco Cirano sardo, 1605-2001)

ANDRES RENALES, GABRIEL
2013

Abstract

Since the beginning of 17th century, a series of broadsheets suggest us the narration about a Franciscan Sardinian martyrdom –Francisco Cyrano– in Algiers, reviewing in that way a micro-textual and printing history with reported events transposed throughout different areas (Spain, Italy, Peru) and times (1605-2001). This study aims to be an analysis about some elements concerning the production, wide circulation, translation and reception of certain broadsheets stories with a large relevance in that time, following specific communication and reading practices not merely informative indeed. A long ‘periplo’ of translations and editions allows us to recreate complexity of some cultural practices regarding the proliferation of these breakable printed sheets. In this case, practices show a double allegiance, certainly to the strong ecclesiastical commitments (concerning different religious orders, like Franciscans’ order) that provides for their self-interests, but, more importantly, to the effectiveness of the pre-journalistic and mass communication circuits that were already established in Europe at the beginning of 17th century, in a ‘glocal’ dimension ante litteram.
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imprenta; redes de noticias; traducción; stampa; rete di notizie; traduzione; Edad moderna; relaciones de sucesos; Età moderna; avvisi a stampa; Printing; Network news; Translation; Modern Age; broadsheets
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