Prehistories of the Future: The Primitivist Project and the Culture of Modernism

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Elazar Barkan, Ronald Bush
Stanford University Press, 1995 - 449 pàgines
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This is a multi-disciplinary collection which reconsiders primitivism and modernism, emphasizing an earlier chronology than has been conventionally accepted and showing how ethnographic materials shaped a variety of high and low cultural discourses (ethnology, social theory, gender construction, classical scholarship, as well as travel photography) at the turn of the century. Among the topics considered are: the primitivism of T.S. Eliot's The Waste Land; the discourse of Victorian sexuality; Emile Durkheim and primitive ritual observance; the manipulation of colonial photographs; the tradition of the barbarous and the noble savage in Western art, literature, and philosophy; Gaugin's images of the South Pacific; the appropriation by Europeans of non-Western bodies, images, and histories; and the relationship between modernist literary techniques and primitivism.
 

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Ethnographic Thinking
23
Savage Crowds Modernism and Modern Politics
42
Greek Ethics and Primitive
56
Magic Illusion
95
Pranz Boas Modernism
114
Frazer Einstein and Free Play
133
Photography the Premodern
159
European Photographs
175
The SteinPicasso Collaboration
270
The Kind of Person You Have to Sound Like to Sing
293
Josephine Baker
310
Colonial Impulses in Michel Leiriss
326
Modernist Primitivisms
339
Modernism Postmodernism and Explanation
357
Notes
375
Index
435

of the Primitive
202
Colonialism in Tahiti
226

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