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書名 Settler and creole reenactment [electronic resource] / edited by Vanessa Agnew and JonathanLamb ; with Daniel Spoth
出版項 Basingstoke, England ; New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2009
國際標準書號 9780230244900
book jacket
說明 xii, 340 p. : ill., plans
系列 Reenactment history
附註 Includes bibliographical references (p. 319-335) and index
Introduction to settlers, creoles and historical reenactment / Jonathan Lamb -- Settlers, workers and soldiers : the landscape of total mobilization / Georges Teyssot -- Settlers on the edge, or sedentary nomads : Andrei Platonov and steppe history / Donna Landry -- Creole Europe : the reflection of a reflection / Christopher Pinney -- Alexander Hamilton and the new republic's creole complex / Sean Goudie -- "The shrug of horror" : creole performance at King's Bench / James Epstein -- Taxonomies of terror / Colin Dayan -- Voortrekkers of the Cold War : enacting the South African past and present in Mark Behr's The smell of apples / Monica Popescu -- History below the water line : the making of apartheid's last festival / Leslie Witz -- Failing with Livingstone : a voyage of reenactment on Lake Nyassa / Iain McCalman -- Impossible historical reenactments : invisible aborigines of TV / Chris Healy -- Colonialism and reenactment television : imagining belonging in Outback house /Catriona Elder -- "Blacking up" for the explorers of 1951 / Stephen Gapps -- "The first race of savages the world has seen" : how empire turned out differently in Australia and New Zealand / Mark Williams -- Reenacting Aotearoa, New Zealand / Stephen Turner -- Reenactment and the natural history of settlement / Alex Calder -- Native reenactments/livingiterability : Lisa Reihana's Native portraits n19897 / Jo Smith -- Epilogue : Genealogies of space in colonial and postcolonial reenactment /VanessaAgnew
Electronic reproduction. Basingstoke, England : Palgrave Macmillan, 2010. Mode of access:World Wide Web. System requirements: Web browser. Title from title screen (viewed on July 14, 2010). Access may be restricted to users at subscribing institutions
Settler and Creole Re-enactment is a collection of essays from around the world (Americas, Europe, Australia, South Africa, Australia, New Zealand) dealing with historical re-enactments undertaken by people born and raised in countries to which their ancestors did not belong. The relation of settlers and creoles to the past is therefore bifurcated, partly belonging to the land in which presently they live, and partly toa different place that is only remembered as home. How then does re-enactment help forge an imagined community with people whose claims on the land are immemorial, a community that includes not only indigenes buta metropolitan culture that is no longer cognate with the realities ofsettler life, or even with what settlers remember of it? What kinds ofshifts and interruptions in historical perspective are necessary to make this a credible history of change and memory,or is it more like a fiction? Is fiction under these circumstances a useful and necessary addition to history, or not?
"Explores the uncalculated and incalculable elements in historical re-enactment--unexpected emotions, unplanned developments--and locates them in countries where settlers were trying to establish national identities derived from metropolitan cultures inevitably affected by the land itself andthe people who had been there before them"--Provided by publisher
鏈接 Original 9780230576063 0230576060 (DLC) 2009041853 (OCoLC)429598360
主題 Historical reenactments -- Social aspects
Historical reenactments -- Psychological aspects
Colonization -- Social aspects
Colonization -- Psychological aspects
Colonies -- Historiography
Colonists -- Historiography
Creoles -- Historiography
Colonies in literature
Colonists in literature
Creoles in literature
Siedler swd
Kolonialismus swd
Ureinwohner swd
Geschichtsschreibung swd
Electronic books. local
Alt Author Lamb, Jonathan, 1945-
Agnew, Vanessa
Spoth, Daniel
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Alt Title Settler and creole re-enactment
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