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Historical Reenactment : From Realism to the Affective Turn

Author: Iain McCalman; Paul A Pickering
Publisher: London : Palgrave Macmillan UK : Imprint: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010.
Series: Reenactment history.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Since the late 1700s new forms of visual entertainment have tried to simulate the details of nature: reenactment has now become the most widely-consumed form of popular history. This book engages with the quest for definition and appropriate delimitation of reenactment as well as questions about the relationship between realism and affect.
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Genre/Form: History
Additional Physical Format: Printed edition:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Iain McCalman; Paul A Pickering
ISBN: 9780230277090 0230277098
OCLC Number: 1086542858
Description: 1 online resource (XI, 229 p. 12 illus.) online resource.
Contents: From realism to the affective turn: an agenda / Iain McCalman and Paul A. Pickering --
" --
Just as it would have been in 1861": stuttering colonial beginnings in ABC's Outback house / Anja Schwarz --
"Recreating chaos": Jeremy Deller's The battle of Orgreave / Katie Kitamura --
On being a mobile monument: historical reenactments and commemorations / Stephen Gapps --
What should we do about slavery? Slavery, abolition and public history / James Walvin --
Reenactment and neo-realism / John Brewer --
Textual realism and reenactment / Jonathan Walker --
"No witnesses. No leads. No problems": the reenactment of crime and rebellion / Paul A Pickering --
R.G. Collingwood, historical reenactment and the early music revival / Kate Brown --
"From wigwam to white lights": popular culture, politics, and the performance of Native North American identity in the era of assimilationism / Ruth B. Phillips and Trudy Nicks --
Music toil: eighteenth-century preconditions for the modern historical reenactment / Simon During --
Loutherbourg's simulations: reenactment and realism in Late-Georgian Britain / Iain McCalman.
Series Title: Reenactment history.
Responsibility: edited by Iain McCalman, Paul A. Pickering.

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Since the late 1700s new forms of visual entertainment have tried to simulate the details of nature: reenactment has now become the most widely-consumed form of popular history. This book engages with the quest for definition and appropriate delimitation of reenactment as well as questions about the relationship between realism and affect.

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