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by Victor Buchli

eBook The Material Culture Reader epub
  • ISBN: 1859735541
  • Author: Victor Buchli
  • Genre: Other
  • Subcategory: Social Sciences
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Berg Publishers (November 1, 2002)
  • Pages: 256 pages
  • ePUB size: 1669 kb
  • FB2 size 1685 kb
  • Formats lit rtf mobi lrf


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The Art Book This book demonstrates the relevance of material culture studies by the insights it gives many areas of human endeavour. I recommend it to those interested in anthropology, art, museum studies and material culture. The Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology, Pamela Swadling.

The material culture reader. Interpreting material culture: the trouble with text. Leicester University Press, 2000. Processual, postprocessual and interpretive archaeologies. Museums in the material world, 162-183, 2007. Khrushchev, Modernism, and the Fight against Petit-bourgeois Consciousness in the Soviet Home.

Download Now. saveSave The Material Culture Reader - Victor Buchli For Later. Documents Similar To The Material Culture Reader - Victor Buchli. Carousel Previous Carousel Next. The Material Culture Reader - Victor Buchli. Uploaded by. Joana Gonçalves. Material culture has finally earned a central place within anthropology

The Material Culture Reader. Material culture has finally earned a central place within anthropology. Emerging from the pioneering work done at University College London, this reader brings together for the first time seminal articles that have helped shape the anthropological study of material culture. With topics ranging from the anthropology of art to architecture, landscape studies, archaeology, consumption studies and heritage management, this key text reflects the breadth of material culture studies today.

Material culture is the aspect of social reality grounded in the objects and architecture that surround people.

Buchli, Victor, e. The Material Culture Reader, Oxford: Berg Press, 2002 Buchli, Victor and Gavin Lucas, ed. Archaeologies of the Contemporary Past, London: Routledge, 2001 Busch, Akiko, The Uncommon Life of Common Objects, New York: Metropolis Books, 2004. Material Culture History: The Scholarship Nobody Knows. in American Material Culture: The Shape of the Field. Eds. Ann Smart Martin, and J. Ritchie Garrison.

The Auditory Culture Reader. The book is organized into five groups of readings: Thinking about. sound, histories of sound, anthropologies of sound, sounds in the city

The Auditory Culture Reader. University of South Australia. sound, histories of sound, anthropologies of sound, sounds in the city, living and thinking music. In all fairness, some of the chosen. contributions could have been placed in one or more of the five groups. List of Figures ix. 1 Introduction 1. 2 Metaphor, Materiality and Interpretation. Acknowledgements vii. Introduction 23. 'The Metaphorical Transformations of Wala Canoes' 27. Christopher Tilley. 3 The Anthropology of Art. Introduction 57. 'Binding in the Pacific: Between Loops and Knots' 63.

Material culture has finally earned a central place within anthropology. Emerging from the pioneering work done at University College London, this reader brings together for the first time seminal articles that have helped shape the anthropological study of material culture. With topics ranging from the anthropology of art to architecture, landscape studies, archaeology, consumption studies and heritage management, this key text reflects the breadth of material culture studies today. The authors, who discuss field sites as distant as Vanuatu, New Ireland, Trinidad and Soviet Russia, show how material culture provides a new lens for viewing the world around us and effectively bridges the gap between theory and data. Providing the first-ever synthesis of these ground-breaking essays in an easily accessible volume, this book will serve as a comprehensive introduction to the subject and a valuable reference guide for anyone interested in material culture, anthropology, art and museum studies.

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