Weben und Gewebe in der Antike / Texts and Textiles in the Ancient World

Materialitat - Reprasentation - Episteme - Metapoetik / Materiality - Representation - Episteme - Metapoetics

Serie: Ancient Textiles Series 23

Texts and Textiles in the Ancient World: Materiality - Representation - Episteme - Metapoetics presents 12 papers arranged under the four headings of the title which focus on the process of textile manufacture, the weaving process itself, and the materiality of fabric. Les mer
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Texts and Textiles in the Ancient World: Materiality - Representation - Episteme - Metapoetics presents 12 papers arranged under the four headings of the title which focus on the process of textile manufacture, the weaving process itself, and the materiality of fabric. Contributions adddress the problematic issues of cognitive archaeology, consumer research, literary theory and themes addressing both philosophical history and the history of reception of ideas and practice. The contributions seek both to close the critical gaps with respect to weaving, a broad and complex field in the area of ancient cultural techniques, and to identify new themes. Accordingly, the submissions expand our focus into late antiquity, to integrate texts such as letters written on Papyrus detailing the everyday correspondence of an Egyptian family or to spotlight the meaning of textile terms and the history of misunderstandings associated therein. Frequently overused analogies between writing and weaving are also examined in terms of their legitimacy as well as their limits. The papers presented here result from an international and interdisciplinary conference under the same title held in Castelen, near Basel in 2012.

Fakta

Innholdsfortegnelse

Introduction

I Materialitat

1. Felicitas Maeder: Byssus und Muschelseide. Ein sprachliches Problem und seine Folgen

2. Sophie Gallnoe: Le tissage dans les lettres privees de l'Egypte byzantine: travail domestique ou activite lucrative ?

II Reprasentation

1. Beate Wagner-Hasel: "Canusiner Gewand, das trubem Honigwein sehr gleicht [...]". Wollqualitaten und Luxusdiskurs in der Antike

2. Berit Hildebrandt: Das Gewand des Honorius in der Dichtung Claudians

III Episteme

1. Ellen Harlizius-Kluck: Denkmuster in der antiken Weberei. Eine Spurensuche

2. Marie-Louise Nosch: The Loom and the Ship in ancient Greece. Shared knowledge, shared terminology, cross-crafts, or cognitive maritime-textile archaeology?

3. Gunther Martin: Weben und Wahrheit. Die Hermeneutik von Geweben in Euripides' Ion

4. Henriette Harich-Schwarzbauer: Over the Rainbow. Arachne und Araneola - Figuren der Transgression

IV Metapoetik

1. Cedric Scheidegger Lammle: Einige Pendenzen. Weben und Text in der antiken Literatur

2. Julia Klebs: Entgrenzungen von Proserpinas Kosmos

3. Simon Zuenelli: Das Lied von der webenden Aphrodite. Eine metapoetische Interpretation von Nonn. Dion. 24, 242-326

4. Sigrid Schottenius Cullhed: Reading Textual Patchwork

Abstracts

UEber die Autoren / About the authors

Index
Index Nominum
Index Rerum

Om forfatteren

Henriette Harich-Schwarzbauer is a professor of Latin Philology in the Classical Studies Department of the University of Basel, focusing primarily on literary and cultural questions. Roman philosophy, the literature of late antiquity, the canonization process of ancient literature, women in the history of philosophy and New Latin constitute the central points of her research.