6 edition of Environment and Embodiment in Early Modern England (Early Modern Literature in History) found in the catalog.
September 4, 2007
by Palgrave Macmillan
Written in English
|Contributions||Mary Floyd-Wilson (Editor), Garrett A. Sullivan (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||240|
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Shakespeare’s Representation of Weather, Climate and Environment The Early Modern ‘Fated Sky’ This monograph explores the importance of weather and changing skies in early modern England while acknowledging the fact that traditional representations and religious beliefs still fashioned people’s relations to meteorological phenomena. Memories,” in Embodiment and Environment in Early Modern England, eds. M. Floyd-Wilson & G. Sullivan (London: Palgrave, ). For a recent attempt to compensate for the total absence of ‘embodiment’ discourse in the history of science (here, early modern life science), see the essays collected in Wolfe and Gal, eds., The Body.
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Environment and Embodiment in Early Modern England. Authors: Sullivan, Garrett Editors: Floyd-Wilson, M., Jr, G. Sullivan, (Eds.) Free Preview. Environment and Embodiment in Early Modern England (Early Modern Literature in History) th Edition by Garrett A.
Sullivan Jr (Author), M. Floyd-Wilson (Editor), G. Sullivan Jr (Editor) out of 5 stars 1 rating ISBN /5(1). (Early Modern Literature in History) Focusing on selfhood, embodiment and environment in the early modern world, this volume approaches a range of literary and cultural texts from an ecological perspective-one in which the microcosmic 'body' is seen as continuous with and permeated by the macrocosmic 'environment'/5(5).
Eleven essays invite us to rethink not only what constitutes an environment but also where the environment ends and selfhood begins.
The essays examine the dynamic and varied mediations early modern writers posited between microcosm and macrocosm, ranging from discourses on the ecology of passions to striking examples of distributed cognition. Environment and embodiment in early modern England.
[Mary Floyd-Wilson; Garrett A Sullivan, Jr.;] -- Focusing on selfhood, embodiment and environment in the early modern world, this volume approaches a range of literary and cultural texts from an ecological perspective-one in which the microcosmic.
Environment and Embodiment in Early Modern England presents eleven essays Contributors present new readings of John Donne, Andrew Marvell, George Puttenham, Sir Thomas More, Edmund Spenser and William Shakespeare, as well as offering fresh insights into the cultural work of the theatre, romance, travel, poetry and magic.
Environment and Embodiment in Early Modern England by Mary Floyd-Wilson,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(5). "Spelling the Body," in Environment and Embodiment in Early Modern England (). Environment and Embodiment in Early Modern England presents eleven essays by prominent scholars that invite us to rethink not only what constitutes an environment but also where the environment ends and selfhood begins.
Contributors present new readings of John Donne, Andrew Marvell, George Puttenham, Sir Thomas More, Edmund Spenser and William Shakespeare 3/5(1).
Floyd-Wilson, Mary and Sullivan, Garrett A., Jr, eds. Environment and Embodiment in Early Modern England. Houndmills, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, Harris, Jonathan Gil. Foreign Bodies and the Body Politic: Discourses of Social Pathology in Early Modern by: 1. (with Emma Smith, ), Environment and Embodiment in Early Modern England (with Mary Floyd-Wilson, ), Early Modern English Drama: A Critical Companion (with Patrick Cheney and Andrew Hadfield, )andThe Encyclopedia of English Renaissance Literature (co-general editor with Alan Stewart, ).
Geographies of Embodiment in Early Modern England gathers essays from prominent scholars of English Renaissance literature and history who have made substantial contributions to the study of early modern embodiment, historical phenomenology, affect, cognition, memory, and natural philosophy.
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This masterclass will explore the ways in which England’s two greatest epic poets, Edmund Spenser and John Milton, investigate the relationship between environment and embodiment. Lacking a full vocabulary of inner pleasure, both Spenser and Milton keep projecting pleasure outward into space, into gardens of illicit temptation or divinely sanctioned gratification.
Dr Rachel Winchcombe is a cultural historian of early modern England and America. Her PhD research focused on early English encounters with the New World in the sixteenth century, analysing how English understandings of the new lands across the Atlantic impacted early English colonial decisions.
Michael Schoenfeldt's fascinating study explores the close relationship between selves and bodies, psychological inwardness and corporeal processes, as they are represented in English Renaissance literature. After Galen, the predominant medical paradigm of the period envisaged a self governed by humors, literally embodying inner emotion by locating and explaining human.
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