The Consumption of Culture, 1600-1800: Image, Object, Text
Ann Bermingham, John Brewer
Psychology Press, 1997 - History - 548 pages
Culture does not become 'culture' until it is consumed. This is the radical new interpretation of early modern social history presented in The Consumption of Culture 1600-1800.
Leading specialists from North America and Europe explore topics such as the formation of a culture consuming public, the development of a literary canon, the role of consumption in the formation of the modern state, elite and popular forms of cultural consumption and the place of women as consumers of culture. The result is an important and rich new approach to the study of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries.
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An important collection of essays for anyone working in early modern European cultural history (mostly England and France), with the emphasis very much on how culture happens in the consumption rather ... Read full review
Subjective powers? Consumption the reading public and domestic woman
Reading women Text and image in eighteenthcentury England
Colonizing readers Review criticism and the formation of a reading public
Expanding on portraiture The market the public and the hierarchy
The abandoned hero The decline of state authority in the direction
Gombrich and the rise of landscape
British Romanticism gender and three women artists
The exchange of letters Early modern contradictions and postmodern
Signs and citizens Sign language and visual sign in the French Revolution
Outrages Sculpture and kingship in France after 1789
Dantes Restaurant The cultural work of experiment in early moder n
The most polite age and the most vicious Attitudes towards culture as
Politeness for plebes Consumption and social identity in early eighteenth
Emulative consumption and literacy The Harlot Moll Flanders and
La chose publique Hubert Roberts decorations for the petit salon
News from the New Exchange Commodity erotic fantasy and
Authormongering The editor between producer and consumer
Shot from canons or Maria Edgeworth and the cultural production
Polygamy Pamela and the prerogative of empire
The good the bad and the impotent Imperialism and the politics
The states demand for accurate astronomical and navigational
Womens participation in the urban culture of early modern London
The immodesty of her sex Elisabeth VigeeLebrun and the Salon of 1783
Elegant females and gentlemen connoisseurs The commerce in culture
Social order and the domestic consumption of music The politics of sound
Imagining Sex: Pornography and Bodies in Seventeenth-Century England
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