PUBLICATION : Pilar González Bernaldo et Liliane Hilaire-Peréz (dir.) – Les savoirs-mondes. Mobilités et circulation des savoirs depuis le Moyen Âge

Les savoirs-mondes
Mobilités et circulation des savoirs depuis le Moyen Âge

Pilar González Bernaldo et Liliane Hilaire-Peréz (dir.)
Préface de Daniel Roche

Réunissant des historiens du Moyen Âge jusqu’au monde contemporain et des civilisationnistes spécialistes de diverses aires culturelles, cet ouvrage s’inscrit dans le contexte de décloisonnement disciplinaire des sciences humaines et d’essor des études transnationales, connectées et globales. À travers ces six chapitres, les auteurs présentent des recherches sur les sociétés dans leur diversité, à l’échelle du monde et sur la longue durée et ils promeuvent l’étude des transversalités culturelles.

*    Entre miroirs au prince et vision du monde
*    Circulation des corps et savoirs sexués
*    L’acclimatation métropolitaine des savoirs sur le lointain
*    Circulation des savoirs techniques : la territorialité mise à l’épreuve
*    Cultures européennes de la traduction
*    Circulation des savoirs et pouvoir dans l’espace atlantique
ISBN 978-2-7535-3517-6
Format : 16,5 x 24 cm
Nombre de pages : 514 p.
Illustrations : Couleurs et N & B
Disponibilité : en librairie
Prix : 25 €

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

Sommaire de la revue Material Culture Review, No. 79

Material Culture Review, No. 79
Cape Breton University, Canada

Things between Worlds.
Creating Exoticism and Authenticity in the West, from the 19th Century
to the Present.

This special issue of the Material Culture Review is concerned with 
things being used in an other context than the one in which they 
originated. Delocalization and relocalization of material culture 
happen on different scales – not only between different continents, but 
also within the same country or inside a single apartment. This 
perspective allows to study the migration of objects from one territory 
to another.

Table of contents
Guest Editor: Noémie Etienne

Editorial – Noémie Etienne, Manuel Charpy, Jean Estebanez, p. 1

Maria Gindhart, p. 7
Ethnographic Exoticism: Charles-Arthur Bourgeois’s Snake Charmer

Manuel Charpy, p. 24
La fabrique de l’exotisme:
Commerces et consommations des objets exotiques à Paris et New York au XIXe siècle

Noémie Etienne, p. 46
Memory in Action: Clothing, Art, and Authenticity in Anthropological Dioramas (New York, 1900)

Lisa Crossman, p. 60
Macy’s Latin American Fair: A Temple Built on the Anxieties of Inter/Americanism

Fred Myers, p. 78
Paintings, Publics, and Protocols: The early Paintings from Papunya

Brigitte Derlon and Monique Jeudy-Ballini, p. 92
Domestication and the Preservation of Wildness: The Self and the Other in Primitive Art Collecting

Cindy Kang – Exhibition Review, p. 102
Review of Interwoven Globe: The Worldwide Textile Trade, 1500-1800, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, September 16, 2013-January 5, 2014

Nadia Radwan – Book Review, p. 107
Review of Avinoam Shalem, ed., with contributions by Michelina Di Cesare, Heather Coffey, and Alberto Saviello, 2013. Constructing the Image of Muhammad in Europe. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter GmbH.

Sarah W. Mallory – Book Review, p. 108
Review of Adriana Kertzer. Favelization. New York: Smithsonian Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum, 2014.  322 pp: illustrated throughout. English and Portuguese. E-book.

Patrick Verley – Book Review, p. 109
Review of Nadège Sougy (dir.), Luxes et internationalisation (XVIe-XIXe siècles). Actes du colloque de juin 2009, Neuchâtel, Editions Alphil-Presses universitaires suisses, 2013.