Rethinking Historical Distance (inbunden)
Format
Inbunden (Hardback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
262
Utgivningsdatum
2013-11-06
Förlag
Palgrave Macmillan
Illustrationer
XI, 262 p.
Dimensioner
215 x 133 x 19 mm
Vikt
498 g
Antal komponenter
1
Komponenter
1 Hardback
ISBN
9780230284081
Rethinking Historical Distance (inbunden)

Rethinking Historical Distance

Varieties of Historical Engagement

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The idea of distance is one of the defining principles of modern historical method. This volume gives the discussion of historical distance new breadth, flexibility and importance by incorporating diverse modes of representation including photography, sculpture, painting, musical theatre, and fashion.
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Bain Attwood, Professor, Monash University, Australia Peter Burke, former Professor, University of Cambridge, UK Timothy Campbell, Assistant Professor, University of Chicago, USA Ivan Gaskell, Professor, Bard Graduate Center, New York City, USA Matthew Lauzon, Associate Professor, University of Hawaii, USA Jurgen Pieters, Professor, Ghent University, Belgium Adam Phillips, British child psychotherapist, literary critic and essayist Ruth B. Phillips, Professor, Carleton University, Canada MG Sullivan, former Curator, Ashmolean Museum, UK Carolyn Williams, Professor, Rutgers University, USA

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Acknowledgements List of Illustrations Notes on Contributors Introduction: Re-thinking Historical Distance; Mark Salber Phillips PART I: THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVES 1. A Short History of Distance; Peter Burke 2. Historical Distance, Historical Judgment; Ivan Gaskell 3. The Travels of Fiction: Literature, Distance, and the Representation of the Past; Jurgen Pieters PART II: BIOGRAPHIES AND PSYCHOANALYSIS 4. Biography and the Question of Historical Distance; Barbara Caine 5. Close-Ups; Adam Phillips PART III: THEATRE AND ITS DISTANCES 6. 'Time Has Rendered These Allusions Natural': Re-enacting the Saint-Bartholomew's Day Massacre in 1789; Matthew Lauzon 7. Parody and Re-enactment in the Comic Operas of Gilbert and Sullivan; Carolyn Williams PART IV: VISUAL STUDIES: SCULPTURE, PHOTOGRAPHY, AND FASHION 8. Sir Francis Chantrey: Sculpture, History, and Geology; M.G. Sullivan 9. Photographic Calculations: Intimate Trauma and Cool Distance in Post-war Japan; Julia Adeney Thomas 10. Fashion, Microcosm, and Romantic Historical Distance; Timothy Campbell PART V: DISTANCE AND POST-COLONIAL PERSPECTIVES 11. 'Distance' and Settler Australia's Black History; Bain Attwood 12. Closing the Distance: Time, Historicity, and Contemporary Indigenous Art; Ruth B. Phillips