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Daniel Bellingradt (1978) is a historian of early modern Europe, and earned his Ph.D. in 2010 at the Free University of Berlin. After studying History, Communication Studies, and English Studies at the Free University of Berlin, Humboldt University Berlin of Berlin, and University College Dublin he received a scholarship from the Gerda Henkel Foundation for his Ph.D. project. As a post-doc Bellingradt received a research grant from the German Research Association and joined the History Department of the University of Erfurt. In 2014 he became professor (Juniorprofessor) at the Institute for the Study of the Book at the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg. Bellingradt is the author of »Flugpublizistik und Öffentlichkeit um 1700. Dynamiken, Akteure und Strukturen im urbanen Raum des Alten Reiches« (Stuttgart 2011) and has published several articles on aspects of media and communication history, and book history for example in »Journal of Early Modern History«, »Jaarboek voor Boekgeschiedenis«, »Urban History«, and »Jahrbuch für Kommunikationsgeschichte«. At the moment, he is co-editing »Books in Motion in Early Modern Europe« (with Jeroen Salman and Paul Nelles). His recent project on book-trade networks of eighteenth-century Europe is funded by the German Research Association.
Bellingradt, Daniel: Book lotteries as sale events for slow-sellers: The case of Amsterdam in late eighteenth century. In: Graheli, Shanti (Ed.): Buying and Selling. The Business of Books in Early Modern Europe, 1st Edition Leiden / Boston 2018.
Bellingradt, Daniel: The dynamic of communication and media recycling in early modern Europe: popular prints as echoes and feedback loops. "Crossing borders, crossing cultures. Popular print in Europe, 1450-1900" (15.-16. Juni 2017 in Trient),
Bellingradt, Daniel: Paper networks and the book industry. The business activities of an eighteenth-century paper dealer in Amsterdam. In: Bellingradt, Daniel; Nelles, Paul; Salman, Jeroen (Ed.): Books in Motion in Early Modern Europe. Beyond Production, Circulation, and Consumption (Series 'New Directions in Book History'), 1st Edition Basingstoke 2017, p. 67-85. http://www.palgrave.com/de/book/9783319533650.
Bellingradt, Daniel/Otto, Bernd-Christian: Magical Manuscripts in Early Modern Europe: The Clandestine Trade in Illegal Book Collections (Series: 'New Directions in Book History'). Basingstoke 2017. http://www.palgrave.com/de/book/9783319595245.
Bellingradt, Daniel/Nelles, Paul/Salman, Jeroen (Ed.): Books in Motion in Early Modern Europe. Beyond Production, Circulation, and Consumption (Series 'New Directions in Book History'). 1st Edition, Basingstoke 2017. http://www.palgrave.com/de/book/9783319533650.
Salman, Jeroen/Bellingradt, Daniel: Books and Book History in Motion. Materiality, sociality and spatiality. In: Bellingradt, Daniel; Nelles, Paul; Salman, Jeroen (Ed.): Books in Motion in Early Modern Europe. Beyond Production, Circulation, and Consumption (Series 'New Directions in Book History'), 1st Edition Basingstoke 2017, p. 1-11. http://www.palgrave.com/de/book/9783319533650.
Bellingradt, Daniel: The publishing of a murder case in early modern Germany: The limits of censorship in the Electorate of Saxony (1726). In: Quaerendo. A Journal Devoted to Manuscripts and Printed Books. 45 (2015) No. 1-2, p. 62-107.
Bellingradt, Daniel: Trading Paper in Early Modern Europe. On Distribution Logistics, Traders, and Trade Volumes between Amsterdam and Hamburg in the Mid-Late-Eighteenth Century. In: Jaarboek voor Nederlandse Boekgeschiedenis. 21 (2014), p. 117-131.
Bellingradt, Daniel: The early modern city as a resonating box: media, the public sphere and the urban space of the Holy Roman Empire, Cologne and Hamburg c. 1700. In: Journal of Early Modern History. 16 (2012) No. 3, p. 201–240.
Bellingradt, Daniel: Organizing public opinion in a resonating box: The Gülich rebellion in early modern Cologne, 1680–1686. In: Urban History. 39 (2012) No. 4, p. 553-570.