Anamorphosis in Early Modern Literature: Mediation and Affect
Drawing on extensive archival research, Jen Boyle investigates how the use of anamorphic perspective flourished in early modern England as a technology and medium in public interactive art, city and garden design, and as a theory and figure in literature, political theory and natural and experimental philosophy. This study offers a scholarly consideration of anamorphosis (its technical means, performances, and embodied practices) as an interactive media and cultural imaginary.
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Math Through the Ages: A Gentle History for Teachers and Others
William P. Berlinghoff,Fernando Q. GouvÍa
No preview available - 2004
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