The Cultures Within Ancient Greek Culture: Contact, Conflict, Collaboration
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BeschreibungThis 2003 book challenges the conventional perception of ancient Greece as the paradigm for unified models of culture.
Inhaltsverzeichnis1. Introduction Carol Dougherty and Leslie Kurke; Part I. The Circulation of Cultures: 2. 'Culture' of 'cultures'?: Hellenism in the late-sixth century Jonathan M. Hall; 3. The Aristonothos Krater: competing stories of conflict and collaboration Carol Dougherty; 4. Hybridity and the cultures within Greek culture Carla Antonaccio; Part II. Negotiation and Conflict at the Margins: The Case of Delphi: 5. Aesop and the contestation of Delphic authority Leslie Kurke; 6. Aristocratic victory memorials and the absent charioteer Nigel Nicholson; 7. Framing and gift: the Siphnian treasury at Delphi and the politics of public art Richard T. Neer; Part III. Athens: Convergences and Diversity within the Polis: 8. The pipes are brawling: conceptualizing musical performance in archaic Athens Richard P. Martin; 9. The sound of cultural conflict: Kritias and the culture of Mousike in Athens Peter Wilson; 10. Becoming the 'other': attitudes and practices at Attic cemeteries Katarzyna Hagemajer Allen; 11. Postscript: culture, thin coherence, and the persistence of politics Josiah Ober.
PressestimmenReview of the hardback: 'Every chapter is, as one would expect from these contributors, elegant and sophisticated ... there are many illuminating insights here and it indicates directions in which more radical future work might go. As such, it is a book for scholars and advanced students rather than generalists or those at school.' The Journal of Classics Teaching
Untertitel: Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: CAMBRIDGE UNIV PR
Erscheinungsdatum: November 2014
Seitenanzahl: 289 Seiten