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Material Body

Embodiment, History and Archaeology in Industrialising England, 1700-1850

This volume explores the possibilities of studying embodied subjects in the past through the sources and approaches of archaeology, history and material culture studies. It draws on collections of human remains, material culture and documentary evidence from Britain during the period 1700–1850, considering the themes of gender, rank, age, disability and maternity. Les mer

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This volume explores the possibilities of studying embodied subjects in the past through the sources and approaches of archaeology, history and material culture studies. It draws on collections of human remains, material culture and documentary evidence from Britain during the period 1700–1850, considering the themes of gender, rank, age, disability and maternity. Each chapter looks at the lived experiences of the material body, bringing together disciplines that share an interest in the material or embodied turn. Combining archaeological and historical data to reconstruct embodied experiences, the volume represents the first collection of genuinely collaborative scholarship by historians and archaeologists.

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Forlag
Manchester University Press
Innbinding
Innbundet
Språk
Engelsk
Sider
264
ISBN
9781526152787
Utgivelsesår
2024
Format
23 x 16 cm

Om forfatteren

Elizabeth Craig-Atkins is a Senior Lecturer in Human Osteology at the University of Sheffield
Karen Harvey is Professor of Cultural History at the University of Birmingham

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