Writing material culture history
by
 
edited by Anne Gerritsen and Giorgio Riello.

Title
Writing material culture history

Author
edited by Anne Gerritsen and Giorgio Riello.

ISBN
9781472518576
 
9781472518569
 
9781472518590

Publication Information
London : Bloomsbury Academic, an imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing Plc, 2015.

Physical Description
xiv, 338 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.

Series
Writing history
 
Writing history.

Contents
Introduction:
 
Writing
 
Material
 
Culture
 
History
 
 
Anne
 
Gerritsen
 
and
 
Giorgio
 
Riello
 
--
 
Part
 
I.
 
The
 
Disciplines
 
of
 
Im-material
 
Art(efacts)
 
Viccy
 
Coltman
 
Father
 
Amiot's
 
Cup
 
fashioning
 
Antiquity
 
Kee
 
Il
 
Choi
 
Written
 
Texts
 
Performance
 
Materiality
 
Catherine
 
Richardson
 
Culture,
 
Archaeology
 
Defining
 
Modernity
 
:
 
Case
 
Studies
 
in
 
Ceramic
 
Research
 
David
 
Gaimster
 
Broken
 
Objects
 
Using
 
Archaeological
 
Ceramics
 
Study
 
Suzanne
 
F.
 
Hood
 
Anthropology,
 
Archaeology,
 
Lycra
 
Kaori
 
O'Connor
 
Identity,
 
Heritage
 
Memorialisation
 
Tongkonan
 
Toraja
 
People
 
Indonesia
 
Kathleen
 
M.
 
Adams
 
Exchange
 
Value
 
a
 
Chumash
 
Basket
 
Dana
 
Leibsohn
 
II.
 
Histories
 
Spaces
 
Global
 
Interactions
 
Landscapes
 
Cosmopolitan
 
Relationships
 
Crossroads
 
Pacific
 
Ocean
 
Christina
 
Hellmich
 
Invisible
 
Beds
 
Health
 
Sleep
 
Sandra
 
Cavallo
 
Sound
 
Sixteenth-Century
 
Handbell
 
Flora
 
Dennis
 
Lustrous
 
Things
 
Luminosity
 
Reflection
 
before
 
Light
 
Bulb
 
Ann
 
Smart
 
Martin
 
Emotions
 
London
 
Foundling
 
Hospital
 
Tokens,
 
1741-1760
 
John
 
Styles
 
Materialism
 
French
 
Revolution
 
Wallpaper
 
Ulrich
 
Lehmann
 
Time,
 
Wear
 
Maintenance
 
afterlife
 
Victoria
 
Kelley
 
How
 
Shape
 
Us
 
Identity
 
Industrial
 
Age
 
Manuel
 
Charpy
 
III.
 
Presentation
 
Return
 
Wunderkammer
 
Museum
 
Ethan
 
W.
 
Lasser
 
Europe,
 
1600-1800,
 
Thousand
 
Lesley
 
Ellis
 
Miller
 
Empire
 
Museums,
 
McAleer
 
Interwoven
 
Knowledge
 
Understanding
 
Conservation
 
Three
 
Carpets
 
Jessica
 
Hallett
 
Raquel
 
Santos
 
Reading
 
Restoration
 
an
 
Old
 
bureau
 
Carolyn
 
Sargentson
 
by
 
Design
 
UK
 
Board
 
Trade
 
Registers
 
Dinah
 
Eastop
 
Handle
 
with
 
Care
 
Future
 
Curatorial
 
Expertise
 
Glenn
 
Adamson
 
As
 
Seen
 
on
 
Screen
 
Historical
 
Accuracy
 
Costume
 
Drama
 
Hannah
 
Greig
 
Online
 
Resources
 
compiled
 
help
 
Claire
 
Tang.

Abstract
"Writing Material Culture History examines the methodologies currently used in the historical study of material culture. Touching on archaeology, art history, literary studies and anthropology, the book provides history students with a fundamental understanding of the relationship between artefacts and historical narratives. The role of museums, the impact of the digital age and the representations of objects in public history are just some of the issues addressed in a book that brings together key scholars from around the world. A range of artefacts, including a 16th-century Peruvian crown and a 19th-century Alaskan Sea Lion overcoat, are considered, illustrating the myriad ways in which objects and history relate to one another. Bringing together scholars working in a variety of disciplines, this book provides a critical introduction for students interested in material culture, history and historical methodologies"-- Provided by publisher.

Subject Term
Material culture -- History.
 
Material culture -- Historiography.
 
Archaeology -- Methodology.
 
Art -- History -- Methodology.
 
Anthropology -- Methodology.
 
Historiography -- Methodology.

Added Author
Gerritsen, Anne.
 
Riello, Giorgio.

Bibliographical References
Includes bibliographical references and index.

Field 805
npmlib 10605502 GN406 W74 ysh
 
npmlib 南院 GN406 W74 stc 10721055


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