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Tipo de material: Libros
Colección: Colección General
Número de clasificación: 700.103/H629h/
 
A history of visual culture : western civilization from the 18th to the 21st century
New York: Berg. 2010. 403 p. *
 
Responsabilidad ed. por Jane Kromm ; Susan Benforado Bakewell
ISBN 978 1 84520 492 1
Otros detalles físicos il., cuadros
Serie Art / Visual Culture
Nota de bibliografía Incluye bibliografía
Temas ARTE
FILOSOFÍA
TEORÍA
ASPECTOS SOCIALES
HUMANIDADES
COMUNICACIÓN VISUAL
CULTURA
GEOGRAFÍA
Autores adicionales Kromm, Jane, ed.
Benforado Bakewell, Susan, ed.

Resumen General

Artículos
Kromm, Jane General introduction     p, 1-12
Weston, Helen The politics of visibility in revolutionary France: projecting on the streets     p. 18-29
Taws, Richard Ninetheenth-Century revolutions and strategies of visual persuasion     p. 30-41
Guffey, Elizabeth Socialist movements and the development of the political poster     p. 42-53
Stojanovic, Jelena Avant-garde art and the culture of protest: the use-value of iconoclasm     p. 54-65
Kromm, Jane To collect is to quantify and describe: visual practices in the development of modern science     p. 73-88
Brauer, Fae The transparent body: biocultures of evolution, eugenics, and scientific racism     p. 89-103
McPherson, Heather Biology and crime: degeneracy and the visual trace     p. 104-116
Anderson, Nancy Visual models and scientific breakthroughs: the virus and the geodesic dome: pattern, production, abstraction, and the ready-made model     p. 117-130
Balducci, Temma Gaze, body, and sexuality: modern rituals of looking and being looked at     p. 136-146
Kromm, Jane The Flâneur/Flâneuse phenomenon     p. 147-156
Shapira, Elana Gaze and spectacle in the calibration of class and gender: visual culture in Vienna     p. 157-168
Brauer, Fae The stigmara of abjection: degenerate limbs, hysterical skin, and the tattooed body     p. 169-183
Kromm, Jane To the arcade: the world of the shop and the store     p. 190-199
Ogata, Amy F. "To see is to know": visual knowledge at the international expositions     p. 200-210
Bakewell, Susan Benforado Changing museum spaces: from the Prado to the Guggenheim Bilbao     p. 211-223
Golec, Michael J. Desing for display culture: domestic engineering to design research     p. 224-235
Potter, Matthew Orientalism and its visual regimes: Lovis Corinth and imperialism in the art of the Kaiserreich     p. 243-254
Wood, Marcus Marketing the slave trade: slavery, photography, and emancipation: time and freedom in "The life of the picture"     p. 255-266
Masteller, Kimberly Cultures of confiscation: the collection, appropriation, and destruction of South Asian art     p. 267-280
Shabout, Nada Trading cultures: the Boundary Issues of globalización     p. 281-291
Kromm, Jane Introduction     p. 292-295
Sperling, Joy Multiples and reproductions: prints and photographs in nineteenth-century England. Visual communities, cultures, and class     p. 296-308
Kromm, Jane Inventing the Mise-en Scène: German expressionism and the silent film set     p. 309-318
Warren, Sarah The reality of the abstract image: rethinking spirituality in abstraction     p. 319-331
Kromm, Jane Introduction     p. 332-336
DeMartini-Squires, Brenda Now you see it: desinformation and disorientation on the internet     p. 337-345
Shields, M. Kathryn Carnival Mirrors: the hermetic world of the music video     p. 346-355
Ferranto, Matt Digital Self-fashioning in cyberspace: the new digital self-portrait     p. 356-366
Danahay, Martin A. Feats of simulation and the world of video games: art, cinema, and interactivity     p. 367-375
Kaczmarek, Chris What you se is what you get, or reality is what you take from it     p. 376-384


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