Res: Anthropology and Aesthetics, 53/54: Spring and Autumn 2008

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Harvard University Press, 15 Ara 2008 - 349 sayfa
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This double volume includes: The value of forgery, Jonathan Hay; Affective operations of art and literature, Ernst van Alphen; Betty’s Turn, Stephen Melville; Richard Serra in Germany, Magdalena Nieslony; Beheadings and massacres, Federico Navarrete; Pliny the Elder and the identity of Roman art, Francesco de Angelis; Between nature and artifice, Francesca Dell’Acqua; Narrative cartographies, Gerald Guest; The artist and the icon, Alexander Nagel; Preliminary thoughts on Piranesi and Vico, Erika Naginski; Portable ruins, Alina Payne; Istanbul: The palimpsest city in search of its archi-text, Nebahat Avcioglu; The iconicity of Islamic calligraphy in Turkey, Irvin Cemil Schick; The Buddha’s house, Kazi Khalid Ashraf; A flash of recognition into how not to be governed, Natasha Eaton; Hasegawa’s fairy tales, Christine Guth; The paradox of the ethnographic-superaltern, Anna Brzyski, and contributions to “Lectures, Documents and Discussions” by Karen Kurczyncki, Mary Dumett, Emmanuel Alloa, Francesco Pellizzi, and Boris Groys.

 

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Jonathan Hay The value of forgery
5
Ernst van Alphen Affective operations of art and literature
21
Stephen Melville Bettys turn
31
Perspectivity in perspective
47
Andean and Mesoamerican representations of the Spanish conquest
59
Francesco De Angelis Pliny the Elder and the identity of Roman art
79
Transparent streams of new liquid
93
Robert Suckale An unrecognized statuette of the Virgin Mary by a Vienna court artist ca 1350
105
Erika Naginski Preliminary thoughts on Piranesi and Vico
153
The Pergamon Altar Heinrich Wölfflin and German art history at thefin de siècle
169
The palimpsest city in search of its architext
191
Irvin Cemil Schick The iconicity of Islamic calligraphy in Turkey
211
Kazi K Ashraf The Buddhas house
225
Physiognomy divination and ethnographic art in India 17801840
245
Toying with Japan
267
Ethnonationalism and tourism in the Polish Tatra Mountains at the turn of the nineteenth century
283

Mapping the sacred in Gothic stained glass
121
Alexander Nagel Authorship and imagemaking in the monument to Giotto in Florence Cathedral
143

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Francesco Pellizzi is Associate of Middle American Ethnology at the Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology at Harvard University.

Jonathan Hay is Ailsa Mellon Bruce Professor of Fine Arts at New York University

Ernst Van Alphen is Professor of Comparitive Literature, University of Leiden (Netherlands).

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