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by J.R. Mulryne,Elizabeth Goldring

eBook Court Festivals of the European Renaissance: Art, Politics and Performance (Early Modern History) download ISBN: 0754606287
Author: J.R. Mulryne,Elizabeth Goldring
Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (November 28, 2002)
Language: English
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Festival culture is an area which has attracted increasing interest in the field of Renaissance studies in recent years.

Festival culture is an area which has attracted increasing interest in the field of Renaissance studies in recent years. In part the outcome of scholars' focus on the place of the city in the establishment and dissemination of common culture, the attention paid to festivals also arises from the interdisciplinary nature of the topic, which reaches across the usual Festival culture is an area which has attracted increasing interest in the field of Renaissance studies in recent years. Lists with This Book.

Professor J. R. Mulryne, Elizabeth Goldring. Festival culture is an area which has attracted increasing interest in the field of Renaissance studies in recent years. In part the outcome of scholars' focus on the place of the city in the establishment and dissemination of common culture, the attention paid to festivals also arises from the interdisciplinary nature of the topic, which reaches across the usual demarcation lines between disciplines such as cultural, political and economic history, literature, and the visual and performing arts.

Art, Politics and Performance. Their essays explore common themes in festival culture across Renaissance Europe, including the use of festival in political self-fashioning and the construction of a national self-image. Moreover, in their detailed examination of particular types of festival, they challenge generalizations and demonstrate the degree to which these events were influenced the personality of the prince, the sources of funding for the ceremony, and the role of festival managers.

Festival culture is an area which has attracted increasing interest in the field of Renaissance studies in recent years

Festival culture is an area which has attracted increasing interest in the field of Renaissance studies in recent years. The scholars contributing to this volume include representatives from all these disciplines.

Ronnie Mulryne (University of Warwick). Early Modern European Festivals: Politics and Performance, Event and Record Helen Watanabe-O’Kelly (University of Oxford). The Past Becomes the Present. Musical Aspects of Court Festivals of the Early Italian Renaissance Nicoletta Guidobaldi (Centre d’Etudes Supérieures de la Renaissance, Tours). Music and Festival in a City without a Court: Spanish Naples from Charles V to Philip V (1535-1702) Dinko Fabris (Conservatorio di Bari/Royal Holloway College, University of London).

Mulryne, Helen Watanabe-O’Kelly and Margaret Shewring, assoc Other recent studies of festival include: Court Festivals of the European Renaissance: Art, Politics and Performance, eds.

Mulryne, Helen Watanabe-O’Kelly and Margaret Shewring, assoc. Other recent studies of festival include: Court Festivals of the European Renaissance: Art, Politics and Performance, eds.

Mulryne, Elizabeth Goldring. Contents: Introduction, . Mulryne; Recovering the Past: Early modern European festivals - politics and performance, event and record, Helen Watanabe-O'Kelly; The Renaissance triumph and its classical inheritance, Margaret M. McGowan; Early Modern France and Festival: Court festival and triumphal entries under Henri II, Richard Cooper; Etiquette and architecture at the court of the last Valois, Monique Chatenet; The politics of festivals.

General History Books. Mulryne, Ronnie, Goldring, Elizabeth, Mulryne, J. ISBN-13. Court Festivals of the European Renaissance : Art, Politics and Performance. This button opens a dialog that displays additional images for this product with the option to zoom in or out. Tell us if something is incorrect.

R. Mulryne and Elizabeth Goldring, eds, Court Festivals of the European Renaissance: Art, Politics and Performance (Aldershot and Burlington VT: Ashgate, 2002) xiv + 401 pp, 79 b&w illustrations, ISBN 0 7 This is the first major publication associated with the Europa Triumphans Project based in the AHRB Centre for the Study of Renaissance Elites and Court Cultures here at. Warwick

Art, Politics and Performance by Mulryne, J. and Goldring, . .Archiv für das Studium der neueren Sprachen und Literaturen, 156.

Mulryne and Elizabeth Goldring (eds), 'Court Festivals of the European Renaissance. Art, Politics and Performance'. Art, Politics and Performance by Mulryne, J.

Festival culture is an area which has attracted increasing interest in the field of Renaissance studies in recent years. In part the outcome of scholars' focus on the place of the city in the establishment and dissemination of common culture, the attention paid to festivals also arises from the interdisciplinary nature of the topic, which reaches across the usual demarcation lines between disciplines such as cultural, political and economic history, literature, and the visual and performing arts. The scholars contributing to this volume include representatives from all these disciplines. Their essays explore common themes in festival culture across Renaissance Europe, including the use of festival in political self-fashioning and the construction of a national self-image. Moreover, in their detailed examination of particular types of festival, they challenge generalizations and demonstrate the degree to which these events were influenced the personality of the prince, the sources of funding for the ceremony, and the role of festival managers. Usually perceived as binding forces promoting social cohesion, festivals held the potential for discord, as some of the essays here reveal. Examining a wide range of festivals including coronations, triumphal entries, funerals and courtly spectacles, this volume provides a more inclusive understanding than hitherto of festivals and their role in European Renaissance culture.