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Discovering the Human

Discovering the Human

Life Science and the Arts in the Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth Centuries

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Sprache: Englisch
204 Seiten, mit 27 Abbildungen, gebunden
ISBN: 978-3-8471-0137-6
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‘Discovering the Human’ investigates the emergence of the modern human sciences and their impact... mehr
Discovering the Human
‘Discovering the Human’ investigates the emergence of the modern human sciences and their impact on literature, art and other media in the 18th and 19th centuries. Up until the 1830s, science and culture were part of a joint endeavour to discover and explore the secret of life. The question ‘What is life?’ unites science and the arts during the Ages of Enlightenment and Romanticism, and at the end of the Romantic period, a shift of focus from the human as an organic whole to the specialized disciplines signals the dawning of modernity. The emphasis of the edited collection is threefold: the first part sheds light on the human in art and science in the Age of Enlightenment, the second part is concerned with the transitions taking place at the turn of the 19th century. The chapters forming the third part investigate the impact of different media on the concept of the human in science, literature and film.
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Maße (BxHxT): 16,3 x 24,5 x 1,9cm, Gewicht: 0,481 kg
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Autoreninfos
    • Ralf Haekel (Hg.)
    • Dr. Ralf Haekel is Juniorprofessor of English Literature and Culture at Göttingen University. His research interests include Early Modern drama, science in British Romanticism and literature and media studies. His new book ‘The Soul in British Romanticism’ will be published later this year.
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    • Sabine Blackmore (Hg.)
    • Sabine Blackmore is junior lecturer and research assistant at the English department of Humboldt-Universität, where she is completing her PhD thesis on female melancholy in early eighteenth century poems. Her research interests focus on melancholy and gender before 1800, medicine and literature, as well as crime fiction, topics on which she has published journal articles.
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