Marcel Duchamp and Max Ernst : the bride shared

David Hopkins

'...his work is characterized by a clarity of thought and expression which provides an object lesson to all who think about, write about, or take part in, politics.' Public Law

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David Hopkins analyses the extensive network of shared concerns and images in the work of Marcel Duchamp and Max Ernst, the greatest names associated with Dada and Surrealist art. This book covers a broad period from c.1912 to the mid-1940s, during which the emergence of Dada and Surrealism in Europe and the United States challenged earlier movements such as Cubism and Expressionism, creating scope for the expression of the unconscious fears and desires of artists acutely sensitive to the troubled nature of their times. Examining Duchamp's and Ernst's subversion and manipulation of religious and hermetic beliefs such as Catholicism, Rosicrucianism and Masonry, David Hopkins demonstrates the ways in which these esoteric concerns intersect with themes of peculiarly contemporary relevance, including the social construction of gender and notions of ordering and taxonomy. This detailed comparison of components of Duchamp's and Ernst's work reveals fascinating structural patterns, enabling the reader to discover an entirely new way of understanding the mechanisms underlying Dada and Surrealist iconography.

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[目次]

  • Part 1 Time-series analysis and population reconstruction: inverse projection and demographic fluctuations - a critical assessment of new methods, Ronald D. Lee
  • generalized inverse projection, Jim Oeppen
  • benchmarks for a new inverse population projection programme, England, Sweden, and a standard demographic transition, Robert McCaa
  • the trend method applied to English data, Noel Bonneuil
  • other paths to the past - from vital series to population patterns, Massimo Livi Bacci and David S. Reher
  • short-run population dynamics among the rich and poor in European countries, rural Jutland, and urban Rouen, Patrick R. Galloway. Part 2 New challenges for record linking and family reconstitution: the construction of individual life histories - application to the study of geographical mobility in the Valserine Valley in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, A. Bideau and G. Brunet
  • incomplete histories in family reconstitution - a sensitivity test of alternative strategies with historical Croatian data, E.A. Hammel
  • family reconstitution and population reconstruction - two approaches to the fertility transition in France, 1740-1911, David R. Weir
  • family reconstitution as event-history analysis, Myron P. Gutmann and George Alter. Part 3 Event-history analysis with historical data: techniques of event-history analysis, James Trussell and Timothy guinnane
  • an attempt to analyze individual migration histories from data on place of usual residence at the time of certain vital events - France during the nineteenth century, Daniel Courgeau
  • some applications of recent developments in event-history analysis for historical demography, Ian Diamond, et al
  • combined time-series and life-event analysis - the impact of economic fluctuations and air temperature on adult mortality by sex and occupation in a Swedish mining parish, 1757-1850, Tommy Bengtsson. Part 4 Simulating historical processes: simulation of change to validate demographic analysis, Herve Le Bras
  • estimating numbers of kin in historical England using demographic microsimulation, James E. Smith
  • my brother's keeper - modelling kinship links in early urbanization, E.A. Hammel and Carl Mason. Part 5 New sources, new techniques: coarse and refined methods for studying the fertility transition in historical populations, Douglas Ewbank
  • the last emperors - an introduction to the demography of Qing (1644-1911) Imperial lineage, James Lee, et al
  • historical demography from the census - applications of the American census microdata files, Steven Ruggles
  • excess mortality in youth, James C. Riley.

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書名 Marcel Duchamp and Max Ernst : the bride shared
著作者等 Hopkins, David
Marshall Geoffrey
シリーズ名 Clarendon studies in the history of art
出版元 Clarendon Press
刊行年月 1998
ページ数 xv, 211 p., [8] p. of plates
大きさ 29 cm
ISBN 019876202X
9780198175131
NCID BA37591225
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言語 英語
出版国 イギリス
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