5 edition of Artisans of the Body in Early Modern Italy found in the catalog.
April 1, 2008
by Manchester University Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||320|
The historiography of artisans and, to a lesser extent, apprentices in early modern Europe has experienced a renaissance of its own since the mids. Although a great deal of this literature has focused on the 18th century and therefore lies beyond the chronological scope of this article, a substantial body of important scholarship exists. Her work focuses on the medicines culture and market in early modern Italy and beyond, using theriac—the most famous drug in the Western world up to the nineteenth century—as a case study.  Filippo Pastarino, Ragionamento di Pastarino sopra l’arte .
Biow explores the individual in light of early modern Italy's new patronage systems, educational programs, and work opportunities in the context of an increased investment in professionalization, the changing status of artisans and artists, and shifting attitudes about . Sandra Cavallo, Artisans of the Body in Early Modern Italy in Histoire sociale/Social Hist n. 84 (November ). A separate review, published in Italian, Archivio storico italiano, forthcoming Fall
1. Author(s): Cavallo,Sandra Title(s): Artisans of the body in early modern Italy: identities, families and masculinities/ Sandra Cavallo. Country of Publication: England Publisher: Manchester: Manchester University Press, The early modern period of modern history follows the late Middle Ages of the post-classical gh the chronological limits of the period are open to debate, the timeframe spans the period after the late portion of the post-classical age (c. ), known as the Middle Ages, through the beginning of the Age of Revolutions (c. ) and is variously demarcated by historians as beginning.
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These included what might seem to modern eyes a motley crew of upholsterers, goldsmiths, tailors, hairdressers, sommeliers, chambermaids, body servants, and men and women involved with the supply and cleaning of Author: Katharine Park.
How was skin observed, transformed, used, and interpreted in early modern Europe. Paolo Savoia reflects on a two-day workshop on ‘Artisans of the Surface in Early Modern Europe, ’, King’s College London, September Skin was ubiquitous in early modern Europe. Human, animal, and vegetal ‘skin’ populated many different spaces; and it was the focus of the.
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The University of Chicago Press. Books Division. Chicago Distribution Center. Sandra Cavallo’s Artisans of the Body in Early Modern Italy will appeal to scholars interested in the social history of medicine for more than one reason. The book is a meticulous study of the community of barber-surgeons in late 17th- and 18th-century Turin, Italy (in an arc of.
My previous monographs (Charity and Power in Early Modern Italy. Benefactors and their Motives in TurinCUP and Artisans of the body in early modern Italy.
Identities, Families, Masculinities, MUP ) and most of the volumes I co-edited are available in paperback. Sandra Cavallo, author of Artisans of the body in early modern Italy, has had some wonderful reviews of the book, both in the latest issue of Gender in History and at the enormous Reviews in History website.
Click here to go to our web page and learn a little more about it. It also has a sample chapter there which is completely free for you to read. Sandra Cavallo, Artisans of the Body in Early Modern Italy: Identities, Families and Masculinities (Gender in History).
Manchester and New York: Manchester University Press, pp. £ ISBN ‐ (hb). Over the last few decades, early modern artisans have become a favourite topic of research at the intersection of the history of occupations, gender studies.
Since the time of Aristotle, the making of knowledge and the making of objects have generally been considered separate enterprises. Yet during the late sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries, the two became linked through a "new" philosophy known as science.
In The Body of the Artisan, Pamela H. Smith demonstrates how much early modern science owed to an unlikely source 5/5(1). BLOG Reviews of Artisans of the body.
Sandra Cavallo, author of Artisans of the body in early modern Italy, has had some wonderful reviews of the book, both in the latest issue of Gender in History and at the enormous Reviews in History website. Click here to go to our web page and learn a little more about it.
It also has a sample chapter there which is completely free for you to read. Mary E. Fissell, "Artisans of the body in early modern Italy: identities, families and masculinities – By Sandra Cavallo," Economic History Review, Economic.
The artisans of the body in the title of Sandra Cavallo’s new book are a wide group of skilled craftsmen and women—barbers, surgeons, jewellers, perfumers—concerned with the care, comfort and appearance of the body in early modern Turin. Artisans of the body in early modern Italy: identities, families and masculinities.
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Scholars have only recently discovered that the human body itself has a history. Not only has it been perceived, interpreted, and represented differently in different epochs, but it has also been lived differently, brought into being within widely dissimilar material cultures, subjected to various technologies and means of control, and incorporated into different rhythms of.
Sandra Cavallo is the author of Charity and Power in Early Modern Italy ( avg rating, 4 ratings, 1 review, published ), Artisans of the Body in E /5(4). In the past decades, historians of medicine and historians of the body have produced a considerable amount of research on the circulation and transformation of medical knowledge and practices across different social groups, while historians of science and technology have shed light on the role of artisans in the making of science, both intellectually and practically.Compare Sandra Cavallo, Artisans of the Body in Early Modern Italy: Identities, Families and Masculinities (Manchester, ), and David Rosenthal, Kings of the Street: Power, Community, and Ritual in Renaissance Florence (Turnhout, ), esp.
ch. 2.The first comprehensive study of rituals in early modern Europe, this book argues that between about and a revolution in ritual theory took place that utterly transformed concepts about time, the body, and the presence of spiritual forces in the world. In this work of synthesis Professor Muir draws on the extensive anthropology-inspired historical research that has been published 5/5(2).