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Popular Receptions of Archaeology : Fictional and Factual Texts in 19th and Early 20th Century Britain, Susanne Duesterberg

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Popular Receptions of Archaeology : Fictional and Factual Texts in 19th and Early 20th Century Britain
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Popular Receptions of Archaeology
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Fictional and Factual Texts in 19th and Early 20th Century Britain
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Susanne Duesterberg
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eng
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Duesterberg, Susanne
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823.809358301
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no index present
LC call number
CC100
LC item number
.D847 2015eb
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
Series statement
Historische Lebenswelten in populären Wissenskulturen/History in Popular Cultures
Series volume
14
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  • Archaeology
  • Archaeology
  • Archaeology in literature
  • HISTORY
  • Archaeology
  • Archaeology in literature
  • Englisch
  • Prosa
  • Archäologie
  • Archäologie
  • Vor- und Frühgeschichte
  • Klassische Archäologie
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Popular Receptions of Archaeology : Fictional and Factual Texts in 19th and Early 20th Century Britain, Susanne Duesterberg
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  • 7. The Mummy and Great Zimbabwe as the most unfamiliar strangeness7.1 "The disease travels fast℗": The Invisible Threat; 7.2 "The advancing Shadow℗" of the Past: The Consummation of the Present; 7.3 The Inexplicable Evil; 7.4 The Legacy of Bygone Times: The Power of the Past and the Corruption of the Present; 7.5 The Survival of the Whitest; 7.6 Britain and Haggard's Zimboe; Interim Findings: The Mummy and Great Zimbabwe as the most unfamiliar strangeness; Conclusion; Bibliography; Index
  • Cover Popular Receptions of Archaeology ; Table of Contents; Acknowledgements; Introduction; PART I: PRELIMINARIES; 1. Notions of Identity; 2. Victorian and Edwardian Britain; 2.1 Age of Ambivalence: The Rise of Mass Culture; 2.2 Discovering New Territories: History, Science, Empire, and Gender; 3. The Genesis of a Popular Archaeological Discourse in Britain; 3.1 From Antiquarianism to Archaeology; 3.2 Greek Archaeology: : bi Troia Fuit9 or : bi Britannia Est9 3.3 Egyptian Archaeology: The Mummy in Fiction; 3.4 Zimbabwean Archaeology: The Empire as a Space of Negation and Construction
  • PART II: POPULAR RECEPTIONS OF ARCHAEOLOGY4. Archaeology as a Space of Ambivalence; 4.1 Penetrating the Darkness: Experiencing the Unknown; 4.2 The Texture of the Past: Dreams and the Subliminal; 4.3 Mapping the Past; Interim Findings: Archaeology as a Space of Ambivalence; 5. Heinrich Schliemann's Troy as the most familiar strangeness; 5.1 A Case in Point: Heinrich Schliemann as a Victorian Role Model; 5.2 Sophia Schliemann: : ngel Outside the House9 5.3 Search for Origin -- Excavating the Self; 5.4 Archaeology and Prosperity; 5.5 Dr Henry Schliemann: The Art of Self-Promotion
  • 5.6 Entertaining the Masses: From Burlington House to South Kensington5.7 The Fall of the Mighty: Troy, Mycenae, and Britain; Interim Findings: Heinrich Schliemann's Troy as the most familiar strangeness; 6. The Mummy as the less familiar strangeness; 6.1 Narrating History: Memory, Fantasy, and Madness; 6.2 Reconstructing the Past: Search for Evidence in the Present; 6.3 Victim and Perpetrator: Exchanging Roles; 6.4 Pharos the Almighty: The Subversion of Victorian Gender Roles; 6.5 Margaret Trelawny: The : ther9 Woman; Interim Findings: The Mummy as the less familiar strangeness
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908073389
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9783839428108
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  • urn:nbn:de:101:1-2015120116310
  • 10.14361/transcript.9783839428108
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Popular Receptions of Archaeology : Fictional and Factual Texts in 19th and Early 20th Century Britain, Susanne Duesterberg
Publication
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Lizenzpflichtig
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Online-Ressource
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  • cr
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rdacarrier/ger
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Text
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  • txt
Content type MARC source
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Contents
  • 7. The Mummy and Great Zimbabwe as the most unfamiliar strangeness7.1 "The disease travels fast℗": The Invisible Threat; 7.2 "The advancing Shadow℗" of the Past: The Consummation of the Present; 7.3 The Inexplicable Evil; 7.4 The Legacy of Bygone Times: The Power of the Past and the Corruption of the Present; 7.5 The Survival of the Whitest; 7.6 Britain and Haggard's Zimboe; Interim Findings: The Mummy and Great Zimbabwe as the most unfamiliar strangeness; Conclusion; Bibliography; Index
  • Cover Popular Receptions of Archaeology ; Table of Contents; Acknowledgements; Introduction; PART I: PRELIMINARIES; 1. Notions of Identity; 2. Victorian and Edwardian Britain; 2.1 Age of Ambivalence: The Rise of Mass Culture; 2.2 Discovering New Territories: History, Science, Empire, and Gender; 3. The Genesis of a Popular Archaeological Discourse in Britain; 3.1 From Antiquarianism to Archaeology; 3.2 Greek Archaeology: : bi Troia Fuit9 or : bi Britannia Est9 3.3 Egyptian Archaeology: The Mummy in Fiction; 3.4 Zimbabwean Archaeology: The Empire as a Space of Negation and Construction
  • PART II: POPULAR RECEPTIONS OF ARCHAEOLOGY4. Archaeology as a Space of Ambivalence; 4.1 Penetrating the Darkness: Experiencing the Unknown; 4.2 The Texture of the Past: Dreams and the Subliminal; 4.3 Mapping the Past; Interim Findings: Archaeology as a Space of Ambivalence; 5. Heinrich Schliemann's Troy as the most familiar strangeness; 5.1 A Case in Point: Heinrich Schliemann as a Victorian Role Model; 5.2 Sophia Schliemann: : ngel Outside the House9 5.3 Search for Origin -- Excavating the Self; 5.4 Archaeology and Prosperity; 5.5 Dr Henry Schliemann: The Art of Self-Promotion
  • 5.6 Entertaining the Masses: From Burlington House to South Kensington5.7 The Fall of the Mighty: Troy, Mycenae, and Britain; Interim Findings: Heinrich Schliemann's Troy as the most familiar strangeness; 6. The Mummy as the less familiar strangeness; 6.1 Narrating History: Memory, Fantasy, and Madness; 6.2 Reconstructing the Past: Search for Evidence in the Present; 6.3 Victim and Perpetrator: Exchanging Roles; 6.4 Pharos the Almighty: The Subversion of Victorian Gender Roles; 6.5 Margaret Trelawny: The : ther9 Woman; Interim Findings: The Mummy as the less familiar strangeness
Control code
908073389
Extent
Online-Ressource.
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783839428108
Media category
Computermedien
Media MARC source
rdamedia/ger
Media type code
  • c
Other control number
  • urn:nbn:de:101:1-2015120116310
  • 10.14361/transcript.9783839428108
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)908073389

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