Most people think of modern campaigns, such as propaganda posters during World War I, when they hear the word 'propaganda'. But did you know that during the Reformation Protestants and Catholics alike used images in their own propaganda campaigns? Find out more about Protestant Propaganda.
Mark U. Edwards, Jr., Printing, Propaganda and Martin Luther, Fortress Press (2004).
Rebecca Wagner Oettinger, Music as Propaganda in the German Reformation, Ashgate (2001).
David Welch, Propaganda: Power and Persuasion, The British Library (2013).
Music by Kevin MacLeod (www.incompetech.com)
11/17/2013 01:35:47 pm
Great podcast this week.
11/17/2013 01:42:16 pm
Thanks Randal, I'm glad you enjoyed it. Like you I find the history of the printing press fascinating, and I'll be sure to check out that documentary.
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