Wild Things

The Material Culture of Everyday Life

; Daniel Miller (Introduksjon)

A reissue of Judith Attfield's pioneering work on the everyday objects that surround us and the meanings that we invest in them. Les mer
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A reissue of Judith Attfield's pioneering work on the everyday objects that surround us and the meanings that we invest in them.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

List of illustrations
Preface to the original edition
Preface to the current edition by Claudia Marina
Introduction: The material culture of everyday life

Part I: Things
1. The meaning of design: Things with attitude
2. The meaning of things: Design in the lower case
3. Things and the dynamics of social change

Part II: Themes
4. Continuity: Authenticity and the paradoxical nature of reproduction
5. Change: The ephemeral materiality of identity
6. Containment: The ecology of personal possessions

Part III: Contexts
7. Space: Where things take place
8. Time: bringing things to life
9. The body: The threshold between nature and culture

Conclusion
Afterword by Jo Turney
Bibliography
Index

Om forfatteren

Judy Attfield was Senior Lecturer in History and Design at the University of Southampton, UK. A pioneer of the field of material culture studies, she was a member of the editorial board of the journal 'Home Cultures'.