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Introduction: Materializing Identities: The Affective Values of Matter in Early Modern Europe (2021)

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Book Susanna Burghartz; Rublack, Ulinka; Burkart, Lucas; Christine Göttler (2021) Materialized identities in early modern culture, 1450-1750: objects, affects, effects. unapi

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Authors & Contributors
Ballard, Chris
Bittel, Carla
Bret, Patrice
Douglas, Bronwen
Lafuente, Antonio
Oertzen, Christine von
Journals
International Journal of Historical Archaeology
Antiquity
History and Anthropology
HOST: Journal of History of Science and Technology
Journal of Early Modern History
Notes and Records: The Royal Society Journal of the History of Science
Publishers
Amsterdam University Press
Routledge
Böhlau Verlag
Cornell University Press
Hermann
Johns Hopkins University Press
Concepts
Material culture
Materiality
Visual representation; visual communication
Things; objects in the world
Transmission of texts
Imperialism
People
Hoefnagel, Joris
Time Periods
Early modern
17th century
Renaissance
18th century
19th century
16th century
Places
Europe
Alps (Europe)
Central Europe
India
Ottoman Empire
Soviet Union
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