Parution : Colonial mediascapes : sensory worlds of the early Americas

Colonial mediascapes : sensory worlds of the early Americas

Créateur

  • Cohen, Matt (1970-). Éditeur scientifique. Préfacier, etc.
  • Glover, Jeffrey. Éditeur scientifique. Préfacier, etc.
  • Smith, Paul Chaat. Préfacier, etc.

Matt Cohen is an associate professor of English at the University of Texas at Austin. He is the author of The Networked Wilderness: Communicating in Early New England. Jeffrey Glover is an assistant professor of English at Loyola University Chicago and the author of Paper Sovereigns: Anglo-Native Treaties and the Law of Nations, 1604–1664.

Contributors: Ralph Bauer, Heidi Bohaker, Galen Brokaw, Jon Coleman, Jeffrey Glover, Peter Charles Hoffer, Andrew Newman, Birgit Brander Rasmussen, Richard Cullen Rath, Sarah Rivett, Gordon M. Sayre, and Germaine Warkentin.

Résumé de l’éditeur

In colonial North and South America, print was only one way of communicating. Information in various forms flowed across the boundaries between indigenous groups and early imperial settlements. Natives and newcomers made speeches, exchanged gifts, invented gestures, and inscribed their intentions on paper, bark, skins, and many other kinds of surfaces. No one method of conveying meaning was privileged, and written texts often relied on nonwritten modes of communication.
Colonial Mediascapes examines how textual and nontextual literatures interacted in colonial North and South America. Extending the textual foundations of early American literary history, the editors bring a wide range of media to the attention of scholars and show how struggles over modes of communication intersected with conflicts over religion, politics, race, and gender. This collection of essays by major historians, anthropologists, and literary scholars demonstrates that the European settlement of the Americas and European interaction with Native peoples were shaped just as much by communication challenges as by traditional concerns such as religion, economics, and resources.

Sommaire

List of Illustrations
Foreword
Paul Chaat Smith
Acknowledgments
Introduction
Matt Cohen and Jeffrey Glover
Part I. Beyond Textual Media
1. Dead Metaphor or Working Model? “The Book” in Native America
Germaine Warkentin
2. Early Americanist Grammatology: Definitions of Writing and Literacy
Andrew Newman
3. Indigenous Histories and Archival Media in the Early Modern Great Lakes
Heidi Bohaker
Part II. Multimedia Texts
4. The Manuscript, the Quipu, and the Early American Book: Don Felipe Guaman Poma de Ayala’s Nueva Corónica y Buen Gobierno
Birgit Brander Rasmussen
5. Semiotics, Aesthetics, and the Quechua Concept of Quilca
Galen Brokaw1
6. “Take My Scalp, Please!”: Colonial Mimesis and the French Origins of the Mississippi Tall Tale
Gordon M. Sayre
Part III. Sensory New Worlds
7. Brave New Worlds: The First Century of Indian-English Encounters
Peter Charles Hoffer
8. Howls, Snarls, and Musket Shots: Saying “This Is Mine” in Colonial New England
Jon Coleman
9. Hearing Wampum: The Senses, Mediation, and the Limits of Analogy
Richard Cullen Rath
Part IV: Transatlantic Mediascapes
10. Writing as “Khipu”: Titu Cusi Yupanqui’s Account of the Conquest of Peru
Ralph Bauer
11. Christian Indians at War: Evangelism and Military Communication in the Anglo-French-Native Borderlands
Jeffrey Glover
12. The Algonquian Word and the Spirit of Divine Truth: John Eliot’s Indian Library and the Atlantic Quest for a Universal Language
Sarah Rivett
Contributors
Index

Informations pratiques

  • Éditeur : Lincoln and London : University of Nebraska press
  • Date de parution : cop. 2014
  • Description matérielle : 1 vol. (xiv-438 p.) : ill., couv. ill. ; 23 cm
  • Annexes : Notes bibliogr. en fin de chapitre. Index
  • ISBN 978-0-8032-3239-6 (rel.). – ISBN 0-8032-3239-X (rel.). – ISBN 978-0-8032-4999-8 (br.). – ISBN 0-8032-4999-3 (br.)
  • EAN 9780803249998

Localisations

  • MADRID-Casa de Velázquez
  • PARIS-BIS, Fonds général
  • PARIS-Médiathèque MQB
  • PARIS-BnF : Tolbiac – Rez-de-jardin – magasin : 2015-106050

Notes



Citer ce billet
Olivier Jacquot (2023, 12 février). Parution : Colonial mediascapes : sensory worlds of the early Americas. Amoxcalli. Consulté le 19 avril 2024, à l’adresse https://doi.org/10.58079/b3vk

  1. P. 166-202. Disponible sur Internet, url : <https://www.academia.edu/6779138/Semiotics_Aesthetics_and_the_Quechua_Concept_of_Quilca>. []

Olivier Jacquot

Chargé de collections : manuscrits des fonds américains, Service des manuscrits ORientaux (SOR), département des Manuscrits (MSS), Bibliothèque nationale de France (BnF)

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