Harich-Schwarzbauer, Henriette. (Eds.) () Weben und Gewebe in der Antike :Materialität, Repräsentation, Episteme, Metapoetik = Texts and textiles in the ancient world : materiality, representation, episteme, metapoeticsMLA Citation
Harich-Schwarzbauer, Henriette,eds. Weben Und Gewebe In Der Antike: Materialität, Repräsentation, Episteme, Metapoetik = Texts And Textiles In The Ancient World : Materiality, Representation, Episteme, Metapoetics. : . Print.
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Weben und Gewebe in der Antike : Materialität, Repräsentation, Episteme, Metapoetik = Texts and textiles in the ancient world : materiality, representation, episteme, metapoetics /
edited by Henriette Harich-Schwarzbauer.
|Published:||Oxford : Oxbow Books, 2016.|
Ancient textiles series ; 23.
|Topics:||Textile fabrics, Ancient - Congresses. | Textile fabrics, Ancient - Research - Congresses. | Textile industry - History - To 1500 - Congresses. | Weaving - History - To 1500 - Congresses. | Textile fabrics, Ancient - Social aspects - Congresses. | Manuscripts - History - To 1500 - Congresses. | Writing - History - To 1500 - Congresses.|
|Physical Description:||xx, 260 pages ; 25 cm.
|Includes:||Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|Scope and Content:||"11 papers which focus on the process of textile manufacture, the weaving process itself, and the materiality of fabric. Contributions address the problematic issues of cognitive archaeology, consumer research, literary theory and themes addressing both philosophical history and the history of reception of ideas and practice. The contributions seek both to close the critical gaps with respect to weaving, a broad and complex field in the area of ancient cultural techniques, and to identify new themes. Accordingly, the submissions expand our focus into late antiquity, to integrate texts such as letters written on Papyrus detailing the everyday correspondence of an Egyptian family or to spotlight the meaning of textile terms and the history of misunderstandings associated therein. Frequently overused analogies between writing and weaving are also examined in terms of their legitimacy as well as their limits. The papers presented here result from an international and interdisciplinary conference under the same title held in Castelen, near Basel in 2012"--Provided by publisher.
Harich-Schwarzbauer, Henriette, editor.