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The Mobility of People and Things in the Early Modern Mediterranean -

The Mobility of People and Things in the Early Modern Mediterranean

The Art of Travel


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For centuries artists, diplomats, and merchants served as cultural intermediaries in the Mediterranean. Stationed in port cities and other entrepots of the Mediterranean, these go-betweens forged intercultural connections even as they negotiated and sometimes promoted cultural misunderstandings. They also moved objects of all kinds across time and space. This volume considers how the mobility of art and material culture is intertwined with greater Mediterranean networks from 1580 to 1880. Contributors see the movement of people and objects as transformational, emphasizing the trajectory of objects over single points of origin, multiplicity over unity, and mutability over stasis.

Product code: 9781138488083

ISBN 9781138488083
Dimensions (HxWxD in mm) H246xW174
Series Routledge Research in Art History
No. Of Pages 160
Publisher Taylor & Francis Ltd
This interdisciplinary edited collection draws early modern art and material culture into the discussion of the oceanic turn in cultural studies, with a focus on the Mediterranean.