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Exploring cultural history : essays in honour of Peter Burke

Author: Joan Pau Rubiés; Melissa Calaresu; Filippo de Vivo
Publisher: Farnham : Ashgate, 2011.
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Considers the rise of cultural history in general, and highlights the particular role played in this rise by Peter Burke, the first Professor of Cultural History of the University of Cambridge and  Read more...

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Named Person: Peter Burke
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Joan Pau Rubiés; Melissa Calaresu; Filippo de Vivo
ISBN: 9780754667506 0754667502
OCLC Number: 646393748
Notes: Includes index.
Description: p. cm.
Contents: Preface; Introduction: Peter Burke and the history of cultural history, Melissa Calarescu, Filippo de Vivo and Joan-Pau Rubies; Part 1 Historical Anthropology: The concept of the ecotype: or a modest proposal to reconnect cultural and social history, David Hopkin; Rituals of the Viaticum: dynasty and community in Habsburg Madrid, Maria Jose del Rio; Monks of honour: the Knights of Malta and criminal behaviour in early modern Rome, Carmel Cassar; The reception of Spanish values in Habsburg Naples: a reassessment, Gabriel Guarino.; Part 2 Politics and Communication: Venomous words and political poisons: language[s] of exclusion in early modern France, Silfe Normand; War and polemics in early modern Europe, Partel Piirimae; Louis XIV and the golden notebooks: what a king needs to know, Jacob Soll; One church, two confessions: religious co-existence and political communication in early modern Switzerland, Daniela Hacke.; Part 3 Images: Saints as cultural history, Thomas Worcester; How to look like a Counter-Reformation saint, Helen Hills; Against propaganda: the juxtaposition of images in early modern France. Reflections on the reign of Louis XII (1498-1515), Nicole Hochner; A gymnosophist at Versailles: the geography of knowledge in the iconography of Louis XIV, Nicholas Dew; The burgher as art: or, how bourgeois was the 17th-century Dutch elite?, Herman Roodenburg.; Part 4 Cultural Encounters: Dancing savages: stereotypes and cultural encounters in the age of discoveries, Alessandro Arcangeli; Representation in practice: the myuth of Venice and the British Protectorate in the Ionian islands (1801-1864), Maria Fusaro; Harping on [about] the past: translating antiquarian learning into popular culture in early 19th-century Ireland, Clare O'Halloran; Peter Burke and Brazil: a mutual discovery, Angel Gurria-Quintana. Epilogue: Exploring cultural history: a response, Peter Burke; Index.
Responsibility: edited by Joan Pau Rubiés, Melissa Calaresu, and Filippo de Vivo.

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