News from the border: San Sebastian as an information hub in Early Modern Europe

Javier Díaz Noci, Carmen Espejo Cala, Francisco Sánchez Baena

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News from San Sebastian published in a weekly newspaper in Barcelona at the end of the seventeenth century were transcribed in a book which studied the first newspaper appeared in San Sebastian. This article completes that contribution since new evidence has appeared of news items dated in San Sebastian published first in Saragossa and then in Barcelona at the end of that century and the beginning of the eighteenth century.

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Journalism History; Basque Studies; Early Modern Europe; San Sebastian

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