DNCJ (W3)"DNCJ" steht für "Dictionary of Nineteenth-Century Journalism".
"DNCJ", the "Dictionary of 19c Journalism" is a collaborative project involving scholars from Britain, Ireland, the Netherlands, France, the United States and Belgium.
With DNCJ we hope to have produced a reliable reference book, which is both comprehensive and succinct. While DNCJ draws on data from extant publications, it aims to supplement them by extending their coverage considerably, and by presenting the entire range of categories found in separate titles in a single alphabetical sequence.
In DNCJ the editors propose a text that brings together in rapid reference formats - paper and online - aspects of 19C journalism that reflect both its diversity and current expertise in the field. DNCJ will make it be possible to access nineteenth-century culture from a hitherto neglected angle, representations of the media through which nineteenth century readers encountered their own culture.The nature and purpose of the DNCJ entries.
The single alphabetical sequence is supplemented by:
- individual journalists/authors
- proprietors of serials
- printers of serials
- illustrators of serials
- publishers of serials
- titles of both periodicals and newspapers
L. Brake and M. Demoor, March 2009
- an introduction
- a 19C press chronology
- a bibliography
- a list of acronyms
- a list of Associate Editors and Contributors
- an index (names, topics, titles)