Publication : The Global Lives of Things The Material Culture of Connections in the Early Modern World By Anne Gerritsen, Giorgio Riello


The Global Lives of Things
The Material Culture of Connections in the Early Modern World
By Anne Gerritsen, Giorgio Riello

Routledge – 2015 – 304 pages

Introduction The Global Lives of Things: Material Culture in the First Global Age Anne Gerritsen and Giorgio Riello

PART I: OBJECTS OF GLOBAL KNOWLEDGE 1. Itineraries of Matter and Knowledge in the Early Modern World Pamela Smith 2. Towards a Global History of Shagreen Christine Guth 3. The Coral Network: The Trade of Red Coral to the Qing Imperial Court in the Eighteenth Century Pippa Lacey

PART II: OBJECTS OF GLOBAL CONNECTIONS 4. Beyond the Kunstkammer: Brazilian Featherwork and the Northern European Court Festivals Mariana Françozo 5. The Empire in the Duke’s Palace. Global Material Culture in Sixteenth-century Portugal Nuno Senos 6. Dishes, Coins and Pipes: The Epistemological and Emotional Power of VOC Material Culture in Australia Susan Broomhall7. Encounters around the Material Object: French and Indian Consumers in Eighteenth-Century Pondicherry Kévin Le Doudic

PART III: OBJECTS OF GLOBAL CONSUMPTION 8. Customs and Consumption: Russia’s Global Tobacco Habits in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries Matthew P. Romaniello 9. Sugar Revisited: Sweetness and the Environment in the Early Modern World Urmi Engineer 10.Coffee, Mind and Body: Global Material Culture and the Eighteenth-Century Hamburg Import Trade Christine Fertig and Ulrich Pfister Afterword – Paula Findlen Afterword – Suraiya Faroqhi Afterword – Maxine Berg


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