Peter Burke Hybrid Renaissance Culture Language Architecture

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Peter Burke, "Hybrid Renaissance : Culture, Language, Architecture"
Publisher: CEU Press | 2016 | ISBN: 9633860873 | English | PDF | 280 pages | 7.5 Mb
This book introduces the idea that the Renaissance in Italy, elsewhere in Europe, and in the world beyond Europe is an example of cultural hybridization. The book begins with a discussion of the concept of cultural hybridization and a cluster of other concepts related to it. Then comes a geography of cultural hybridization focusing on three locales: courts, major cities (whether ports or capitals) and frontiers. …
ok introduces the idea that the Renaissance in Italy, elsewhere in Europe, and in the world beyond Europe is an example of cultural hybridization. The book begins with a discussion of the concept of cultural hybridization and a cluster of other concepts related to it. Then comes a geography of cultural hybridization focusing on three locales: courts, major cities (whether ports or capitals) and frontiers. The following seven chapters describe the hybridity of the Renaissance in different fields: architecture, painting and sculpture, languages, literature, music, philosophy and law and finally religion. The essay concludes with a brief account of attempts to resist hybridization or to purify cultures or domains from what was already hybridized.
About the Author
Peter Burke is Reader in Cultural History at Emmanuel College, Cambridge. His numerous books include Popular Culture in Early Modern Europe (1978) and, more recently, The Fabrication of Louis XIV (1992). He is also the editor of New Perspectives on Historical Writing (Penn State, 1992).
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