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Cultural Politics of Blood, 1500-1900

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Zusatztext "The essays in this volume are motivated by the interconnection between blood and the concept of race. ? The Cultural Politics of Blood works to interrogate and often undermine the most commonly accepted cultural histories of blood and race. ? This challenging and provocative collection will be of great value to scholars of blood! race! or any related concept within the period covered." (Ariane M. Balizet! Renaissance Quarterly! Vol. 69 (3)! 2016) Informationen zum Autor Robert Appelbaum, Uppsala University, Sweden Rachel Burk, the University of Pennsylvania, USA Lyndon J. Dominique, Lehigh University, USA Jim Downs, Connecticut College, USA Jean E. Feerick, John Carroll University, USA Ruth Hill, Vanderbilt University, USA M. Lindsay Kaplan, Georgetown University, USA Anna More, University of Brasília Staffan Müller-Wille, University of Exeter, UK David Sartorius, University of Maryland, USA Hannah Spahn, University of Potsdam, Germany Klappentext The essays of this collection explore how ideas about 'blood' in science and literature have supported! at various points in history and in various places in the circum-Atlantic world! fantasies of human embodiment and human difference that serve to naturalize existing hierarchies. Zusammenfassung The essays of this collection explore how ideas about 'blood' in science and literature have supported! at various points in history and in various places in the circum-Atlantic world! fantasies of human embodiment and human difference that serve to naturalize existing hierarchies. Inhaltsverzeichnis Foreword: Priscilla Wald Introduction; Kimberly Anne Coles, Ralph Bauer, Carla L. Peterson, and Zita Nunes PART I: RACE AND STOCK 1. Metamateriality and Blood Purity in Cervantes's Alcaná de Toledo; Rachel Burk 2. The Blood of Others: Breeding Plants, Animals, and White People in the Spanish Atlantic; Ruth Hill 3. 'Rude Uncivill Blood': the Pastoral Challenge to Hereditary Race in Fletcher and Milton; Jean Feerick 4. African Blood, Colonial Money, and Respectable Mulatto Heiresses Reforming Eighteenth-Century England; Lyndon Dominique PART II: MORAL CONSTITUTION 5. 'His blood be upon us and upon our children': Medical Theology and the Demise of Jewish Somatic Inferiority in Early Modern England; M. Lindsay Kaplan 6. Sor Juana's Appetite: Body, Mind, and Vitality in 'First Dream'; Anna More 7. Blood and Character in Early African American Literature; Hannah Spahn PART III: MEDICALIZING THE POLITICAL BODY 8. Flowing or pumping? The Blood of the Body Politic in Burton, Harvey, and Hobbes; Robert Appelbaum 9. Linnaeus and the Four Corners of the World; Staffan Müller Wille 10. 'Who Got Bloody?': The Cultural Meaning of Blood during the Civil War and Reconstruction; James Downs 11. Colonial Transfusions: Cuban Bodies and Spanish Loyalty in the Nineteenth Century; David Sartorius...

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Foreword: Priscilla Wald Introduction; Kimberly Anne Coles, Ralph Bauer, Carla L. Peterson, and Zita Nunes PART I: RACE AND STOCK 1. Metamateriality and Blood Purity in Cervantes's Alcaná de Toledo; Rachel Burk 2. The Blood of Others: Breeding Plants, Animals, and White People in the Spanish Atlantic; Ruth Hill 3. 'Rude Uncivill Blood': the Pastoral Challenge to Hereditary Race in Fletcher and Milton; Jean Feerick 4. African Blood, Colonial Money, and Respectable Mulatto Heiresses Reforming Eighteenth-Century England; Lyndon Dominique PART II: MORAL CONSTITUTION 5. 'His blood be upon us and upon our children': Medical Theology and the Demise of Jewish Somatic Inferiority in Early Modern England; M. Lindsay Kaplan 6. Sor Juana's Appetite: Body, Mind, and Vitality in 'First Dream'; Anna More 7. Blood and Character in Early African American Literature; Hannah Spahn PART III: MEDICALIZING THE POLITICAL BODY 8. Flowing or pumping? The Blood of the Body Politic in Burton, Harvey, and Hobbes; Robert Appelbaum 9. Linnaeus and the Four Corners of the World; Staffan Müller Wille 10. 'Who Got Bloody?': The Cultural Meaning of Blood during the Civil War and Reconstruction; James Downs 11. Colonial Transfusions: Cuban Bodies and Spanish Loyalty in the Nineteenth Century; David Sartorius

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"The essays in this volume are motivated by the interconnection between blood and the concept of race. ... The Cultural Politics of Blood works to interrogate and often undermine the most commonly accepted cultural histories of blood and race. ... This challenging and provocative collection will be of great value to scholars of blood, race, or any related concept within the period covered." (Ariane M. Balizet, Renaissance Quarterly, Vol. 69 (3), 2016)

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Authors R. Peterson Bauer, Ralp Bauer, Ralph Bauer, Kimberly Ann Coles, Kimberly Anne Coles, Kimberly Anne Bauer Coles, Zita Nunes, Zita et a Nunes, Carla L. Peterson
Assisted by Bauer (Editor), R Bauer (Editor), R. Bauer (Editor), Ralph Bauer (Editor), K. Coles (Editor), Kimberly Anne Coles (Editor), Z. Nunes (Editor), Zita Nunes (Editor), Z Nunes et al (Editor), C. Peterson (Editor), Carla L. Peterson (Editor)
Publisher Palgrave UK
 
Languages English
Product format Paperback / Softback
Released 14.01.2014
 
EAN 9781349463954
ISBN 978-1-349-46395-4
No. of pages 290
Subjects Humanities, art, music > History > Cultural history
Natural sciences, medicine, IT, technology > Natural sciences (general)
Non-fiction book > History > Miscellaneous

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