Series » Cultural Studies » Gratia: Tübinger Schriften zur Renaissanceforschung und Kulturwissenschaften
Edited by Joachim Knape, Reinhold F. Glei and Ulrich Pfisterer Founded by Dieter Wuttke
The series Gratia, as defined by Aby M. Warburg, is oriented towards cultural science, including certain perspectives such as, constitutively, a historical perspective in general and a view on the epoch of the Renaissance as a transitional phase and as starting point into modern age in particular. It also includes interdisciplinary research, setting its sight from the viewpoint of a certain area on other areas of cultural development. The series especially takes into consideration arts and literatures, intellectual history and history of science as well as rhetorics, the latter standing for the area of communication.