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Free access to the past : romanticism, cultural heritage and the nation

Author: Lotte Jensen; Joseph Th Leerssen; Marita Mathijsen
Publisher: Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 2010.
Series: National cultivation of culture.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Throughout Europe, nostalgia and modernization embraced around 1800: the rise of historicism coincided with the emergence of the modern nation-state. Poetical, cultural changes intersected with political, institutional ones: a Romantic taste for medieval or tribal antiquity benefited from a modernization-driven transfer of cultural relics into the public sphere. This process involved the establishment of museums,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Free access to the past.
Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 2010
(DLC) 2009048079
(OCoLC)470819843
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Lotte Jensen; Joseph Th Leerssen; Marita Mathijsen
ISBN: 9789004181786 9004181784 9789004180291 900418029X
OCLC Number: 668231380
Description: 1 online resource (xxii, 342 pages) : illustrations.
Contents: Introduction / Joep Leerssen --
pt. 1. The Appropriation of the Past --
1. The Melancholy of History: Disenchantment and the Possibility of Narrative after the French Revolution / Peter Fritzsche --
2. The Emancipation of the Past, as due to the Revolutionary French Ideology of Liberte, Egalite, Fraternite / Marita Mathijsen --
3. Modernising the Past: The Life of the Gauls under the French Republic / Anne-Marie Thiesse --
4. From Bokendorf to Berlin: Private Careers, Public Sphere, and How the Past Changed in Jacob Grimm's Lifetime / Joep Leerssen --
pt. 2. Monuments for the Past --
5. Public Commemorations and Private Interests: The Politics of State Funerals in London and Paris, 1806-1810 / Eveline G. Bouwers --
6. Inventing Literary Heritage: National Consciousness and Editorial Scholarship in Sweden, 1810-1830 / Paula Henrikson --
7. Literature as Access to the Past: The Rise of Historical Genres in the Netherlands, 1800-1850 / Lotte Jensen --
pt. 3. A Public for the Past --
8. Free Access to the History of Art: Art Reproduction and the Appropriation of the History of Art in Nineteenth-Century Culture / R.M. Verhoogt --
9. Potgieter's 'Rijksmuseum' and the Public Presentation of Dutch History in the National Museum (1800-1844) / Ellinoor Bergvelt --
10. Singing of Conquest? Opera, History, and the Ambiguities of European Imperialism / Peter Rietbergen --
11. Nineteenth-Century National Opera and Representations of the Past in the Public Sphere / Krisztina Lajosi --
12. 'Reaping the Harvest of the Experiment?' The Government's Attempt to Train Enlightened Citizens through History Education in Revolutionary France (1789-1802) / Matthias Meirlaen --
pt. 4. Past and Present --
13. The Past as a Place: Challenging Private Ownership of History in the United States / Sharon Ann Holt --
14. Impressed Images/Expressed Experiences: The Historical Imagination of Politics / Susan Legene.
Series Title: National cultivation of culture.
Responsibility: edited by Lotte Jensen, Joep Leerssen, and Marita Mathijsen.

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