Writing Material Culture History

Dr Anne Gerritsen (Redaktør) ; Prof. Giorgio Riello (Redaktør)

This second edition introduces the key methodologies in the historical study of material culture and uses a wide range of artefacts from across the globe as case studies. Les mer
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This second edition introduces the key methodologies in the historical study of material culture and uses a wide range of artefacts from across the globe as case studies.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

List of Figures
Notes on Contributors
Introduction: Material Culture History: Methods, Practices and Disciplines, Anne Gerritsen and Giorgio Riello
Object in Focus 1. Broken Saints, House Cats, Other Historical Matter, Dana Leibsohn

Part I: The Disciplines of Material Culture
1. Material Culture and the History of Art(efacts), Viccy Coltman
2. Written Texts and the Performance of Materiality, Catherine Richardson
3. Anthropology, Archaeology, History and the Material Culture of Lycra (R), Kaori O'Connor
Object in Focus 2: Material Culture, Archaeology and Defining Modernity: Case Studies in Ceramic Research, David Gaimster
Object in Focus 3: Father Amiot's Cup: A Qing Imperial Porcelain Sent to the Court of Louis XV and - Kee Il Choi
Object in Focus 4: Broken Objects: Using Archaeological Ceramics in the Study of Material Culture, Suzanne Findlen Hood
Object in Focus 5: Writing Our Maritime Pasts: The Belitung Shipwreck Controversy, Natali Pearson
Object in Focus 6: Identity, Heritage and Memorialisation: The Toraja Tongkonan of Indonesia, Kathleen M. Adams
Object in Focus 7: History by Design: The UK Board of Trade Design Register, Dinah Eastop


Part II: The Methods of Material Culture
4. Spaces of Global Interactions: The Material Landscapes of Global History, Anne Gerritsen and Giorgio Riello
5. Material Culture and Materialism: The French Revolution in Wallpaper, Ulrich Lehmann
6. How Things Shape Us: Material Culture and Identity in the Industrial Age, Manuel Charpy


Object in Focus 8: Invisible Beds: Health and the Material Culture of Sleep, Sandra Cavallo
Object in Focus 9: Material Culture and Sound: A Sixteenth-Century Handbell, Flora Dennis
Object in Focus 10: Interwoven Knowledge: The Understanding and Conservation of Three Carpets, Jessica Hallett and Raquel Santos
Object in Focus 11: Lustrous Things: Luminosity and Reflection before the Light Bulb, Ann Smart Martin
Object in Focus 12: Cosmopolitan Relationships in the Crossroads of the Pacific Ocean, Christina Hellmich
Object in Focus 13: Digital Microscopy and Early Modern Embroidery, Stefan Hanss
Object in Focus 14: Objects of Emotions: The London Foundling Hospital Tokens, 1741-60, John Styles
Object in Focus 15: Time, Wear and Maintenance: The Afterlife of Things, Victoria Kelley

Part III: The Preservation and Interpretation of Material Culture
7. The Return of the Wunderkammer: Material Culture in the Museum 225, Ethan W. Lasser
8. Handle with Care: The Future of Curatorial Expertise, Glenn Adamson
9. As Seen on the Screen: Material Culture, Historical Accuracy and the Costume Drama, Hannah Greig

Object in Focus 16: Europe 1600-1800 in a Thousand Objects, Lesley Ellis Miller
Object in Focus 17: Reading and Writing the Restoration History of an Old French bureau, Carolyn Sargentson
Object in Focus 18: Objects of Empire: Museums, Material Culture, and Histories of Empire, John McAleer
Object in Focus 19: The Lost Heritage of China: Dismantling Beijing, Digitizing Beijing, Di Lou
Object in Focus 20: 'Black Gold': Industrial Heritage of the Nineteenth-century Ruhr Area, Christian Kleinschmidt
Object in Focus 21: Indigeneity and Race and the Politics of Museum Collections, Beverly Lemire
Object in Focus 22: Acts of creation: debating Indigenous American repatriation from Britain, Jack Davy

Index

Om forfatteren

Anne Gerritsen is Professor of History at the University of Warwick, UK.
Giorgio Riello is Professor of Global History and Culture at the European University Institute and University of Warwick, UK.