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New perspectives in iconology : visual studies and anthropology

Author: Barbara Baert; Ann-Sophie Lehmann; Jenke Van den Akkerveken; Niels Schalley
Publisher: Brussel : Academic & Scientific Publ. 2012.
Series: Iconologies (Iconology Research Group)
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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In this book the authors investigate how iconology as a field and method, which originated within art history, relates to recent developments in the Humanities such as Anthropology and Visual Studies. The main questions are: How has iconology evolved in the past decennia, could it incorporate Anthropology and Visual Studies towards a new science of images? How have new disciplines profited from iconology and how can  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Barbara Baert; Ann-Sophie Lehmann; Jenke Van den Akkerveken; Niels Schalley
ISBN: 9789054879756 9054879750
OCLC Number: 786442638
Description: 239 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Series Title: Iconologies (Iconology Research Group)
Responsibility: Barbara Baert, Ann-Sophie Lehmann, Jenke van den Akkerveken (eds.) ; with the collaboration of Niels Schalley.

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In this book the authors investigate how iconology as a field and method, which originated within art history, relates to recent developments in the Humanities such as Anthropology and Visual Studies. The main questions are: How has iconology evolved in the past decennia, could it incorporate Anthropology and Visual Studies towards a new science of images? How have new disciplines profited from iconology and how can they in turn inspire and/or reinvent iconology? These questions are addressed within a wide historical andgeographical scope, as we regard the tracing of pictorial meaning throughout time and space an essential characteristic of iconology.

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