AffiliationUniversity of Chester; University of Oxford
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AbstractDuring the period 1000-1700 major transformations took place in material culture. Quite simply, more objects were manufactured and used than ever before and many objects travelled across geographic, political, religious, linguistic, class and cultural boundaries. By starting with a focus on past objects, this volume brings together essays from art historians, historians, archaeologists, literary scholars and museum curators to reveal the different disciplinary approaches and methods taken to the study of objects and what this can reveal about transformations in material culture 1000-1700. Contributors: Katherine A. Wilson, Leah R. Clark, Alison M. Leonard, Steven P. Ashby, Michael Lewis, Robert Maniura, Sarah Hinds, Christina Antenhofer, Alexandra van Dongen, Bettina Bildhauer, Julie De Groot, Jennifer Hillman, Ruth Whelan, Christopher Donaldson, Thomas Pickles.
CitationWilson, K. A., & Clark, L. R. (2022 - forthcoming). Introduction: The mobility of objects across boundaries 1000-1700. In K. A. Wilson & L. Clark (Eds), Mobility of objects across boundaries 1000-1700 (pp. 1-22). Liverpool University Press.
PublisherLiverpool University Press
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