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    • Wilhelmina Haslwanter, Katharina; Nuku, Maia; Nuku, Maia; Haslwanter Wilhelmina, Katharina (2014)
      This article is concerned with cosmological concepts of the peoples of Polynesia in the Pacific. Following a creation myth from Tahiti, the authors explore the realms of te ao (the world of space and light which came to ...
    • Karpova, Yulia (2020)
      The major part of this book project was funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Sklodowska-Curie grant agreement No. 700913.<br/>This book is about two distinct but ...
    • (2020)
      The volume, which has emerged from an international conference of the same title, unites a range of disciplinary and interdisciplinary contributions on invasions of Goths and other Germanic tribes into the Roman Empire, ...
    • Museum Rietberg Zürich, (2014)
      cosmos - cosmology - culture - myths
    • Tilley, Christopher (2019)
      London’s Urban Landscape is the first major study of a global city to adopt a materialist perspective and stress the significance of place and the built environment to the urban landscape. Edited by Christopher Tilley, the ...
    • Geismar, Haidy (2018)
      Museum Object Lessons for the Digital Age explores the nature of digital objects in museums, asking us to question our assumptions about the material, social and political foundations of digital practices. Through four ...
    • Povrzanovic Frykman, Maja; Frykman, Jonas (2016)
      "The study of affect has become a dynamic field spanning a range of disciplines from psychology over neuroscience to philosophy and cultural studies. Little attention however has been payed to material culture. This book ...
    • Cole, David R. (2013)
      This dead letter presents an exploration of the immanent materialism of Deleuze & Guattari as theorised in A Thousand Plateaus as a means to analysing everyday life. The evidence consists of art, film and objects from life ...
    • Davy, Jack; Dixon, Charlotte (2019)
      Miniaturisation is the creation of small objects that resemble larger ones, usually, but not always, for purposes different to those of the larger original object. Worlds in Miniature brings together researchers working ...