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The nineteenth-century visual culture reader

Author: Vanessa R SchwartzJeannene M PrzyblyskiMargaret CohenAnne HigonnetCharles BaudelaireAll authors
Publisher: New York : Routledge, 2004.
Series: In sight: visual culture.
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Exploring photographs, exhibitions and advertising, this text suggests that "modernity" rather than "modernism" is a valuable way of understanding the changes particular to the visual culture of the  Read more...

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Genre/Form: History
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Vanessa R Schwartz; Jeannene M Przyblyski; Margaret Cohen; Anne Higonnet; Charles Baudelaire; Karl Marx; Sigmund Freud; Georg Simmel; Alois Riegl; Siegfried Kracauer; Walter Benjamin; Michel Foucault; Gisèle Freund; Jonathan Crary; Wolfgang Schivelbusch; Tom Gunning; Tony Bennett; James R Ryan; Erika Diane Rappaport; Carl E Schorske; Timothy J Clark; David M Henkin; Judith R Walkowitz; David Nye; Jennifer A Watts; Pierre Nora; Maurice Samuels; Darcy Grimaldo Grigsby; Kirk Savage; Joy S Kasson; Linda Nochlin; S Hollis Clayson; Eric Ames; Marcus Verhagen; Lisa Tickner; Sharon Marcus; Shawn Michelle Smith; Debora Leah Silverman
ISBN: 0415308658 9780415308656 0415308666 9780415308663
OCLC Number: 452264488
Description: XXIII, 405 str. : ilustr. ; 26 cm.
Contents: Visual culture's history: twenty-first-century interdisciplinarity and its nineteenth-century objects / Vanessa R. Schwartz, Jeannene M. Przyblyski --
Complex culture / Margaret Cohen, Anne Higonnet --
Visual culture: a useful category of historical analysis? / Michael L. Wilson --
Genealogies / Vanessa R. Schwartz, Jeannene M. Przyblyski --
The painter of modern life (1863) / Charles Baudelaire --
Commodities and money (1867) / Karl Marx --
The dream-work (1900) / Sigmund Freud --
The metropolis and mental life (1903) / Georg Simmel --
The modern cult of monuments: its character and its origin (1928) / Alois Riegl --
Photography (1927) / Siegfried Kracauer --
The work of art in the age of mechanical reproduction (1936) / Walter Benjamin --
Technology and vision / Vanessa R. Schwartz, Jeannene M. Przyblyski --
Panopticism / Michel Foucault --
Precursors of the photographic portrait / Gisèle Freund --
Techniques of the observer / Jonathan Crary --
Panoramic travel / Wolfgang Schivelbusch --
'Animated pictures': tales of the cinema's forgotten future, after 100 years of film / Tom Gunning --
Practices of display and the circulation of images / Vanessa R. Schwartz, Jeannene M. Przyblyski --
The exhibitionary complex / Tony Bennett --
The Bourgeoisie, cultural appropriation, and the art museum in nineteenth-century France / Daniel J. Sherman --
On visual instruction / James R. Ryan --
A new era of shopping / Erika Rappaport --
Cities and the built environment / Vanessa R. Schwartz, Jeannene M. Przyblyski --
The Ringstrasse, its critics, and the birth of urban modernism / Carl E. Schorske --
The view from Notre-Dame / T.J. Clark --
Word on the streets: ephemeral signage in antebellum New York / David Henkin --
Urban spectatorship / Judith Walkowitz --
Electricity and signs / David Nye --
Picture taking in paradise: Los Angeles and the creation of regional identity, 1880-1920 / Jennifer Watts --
Visualizing the past / Vanessa R. Schwartz, Jeannene M. Przyblyski --
Between memory and history: Les lieux de mémoire / Pierre Nora --
The illustrated history book: history between word and image / Maurice Samuels --
Revolutionary sons, white fathers and Creole difference: Guillaume Guillon-Lethiére's Oath of the ancestors (1822) / Darcy Grimaldo Grigsby --
Molding emancipation: John Quincy Adams Ward's The freedman and the meaning of the Civil War / Kirk Savage --
Staking a claim to history / Joy S. Kasson --
Imaging differences / Vanessa R. Schwartz, Jeannene M. Przyblyski --
The imaginary Orient / Linda Nochlin --
Painting the traffic in women / S. Hollis Clayson --
From the exotic to the everyday: the ethnographic exhibition in Germany / Eric Ames --
Bohemia in doubt / Marcus Verhagen --
Inside and out: seeing the personal and the political / Vanessa R. Schwartz, Jeannene M. Przyblyski --
Banners and banner-making / Lisa Tickner --
The portiére and the personification of urban observation / Sharon Marcus --
"Baby's picture is always treasured": eugenics and the reproduction of whiteness in the family photograph / Shawn Michelle Smith --
Psychologie nouvelle / Debora L. Silverman.
Series Title: In sight: visual culture.
Other Titles: 19th century visual culture reader
Responsibility: edited by Vanessa R. Schwartz and Jeannene M. Przyblyski.
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