Emerging Disciplines: Shaping New Fields of Scholarly Inquiry in and beyond the Humanities
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Emerging Disciplines: Shaping New Fields of Scholarly Inquiry in and beyond the Humanities

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Table of contents
Chapter One Introduction
Chapter Two On the Possibilities for a Deep History of Humankind
Chapter Three From Transatlantic Histories of “Intoxication” to a Hemispheric “War on Affect”: Paradoxes Unbound
Chapter Four Discussion of Smail and Herlinghaus Papers
Chapter Five What Is Cultural Economy?
Chapter Six Digital Humanities 2.0: A Report on Knowledge
Chapter Seven Discussion of Poovey and Presner Papers
Chapter Eight Music, Biological Evolution, and the Brain
Chapter Nine Making the Cognitive Turn in Art History: A Case Study
Chapter Ten An Essay on Neurohistory
Chapter Eleven Discussion of Patel, Sheingorn, and Smail Papers
Chapter Twelve Roundtable Discussion
Chapter Thirteen Participant Biographies
Chapter Fourteen Attributions
Emerging Disciplines: Shaping New Fields of Scholarly Inquiry in and beyond the Humanities
1st Edition
Melissa Bailar
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Table Of Contents
  • Emerging Disciplines: Shaping New Fields of Scholarly Inquiry in and beyond the Humanities
  • 1. Introduction
  • 2. On the Possibilities for a Deep History of Humankind
  • 3. From Transatlantic Histories of “Intoxication” to a Hemispheric “War on Affect”: Paradoxes Unbound
  • 4. Discussion of Smail and Herlinghaus Papers
  • 5. What Is Cultural Economy?
  • 6. Digital Humanities 2.0: A Report on Knowledge
  • 7. Discussion of Poovey and Presner Papers
  • 8. Music, Biological Evolution, and the Brain
  • 9. Making the Cognitive Turn in Art History: A Case Study
  • 10. An Essay on Neurohistory
  • 11. Discussion of Patel, Sheingorn, and Smail Papers
  • 12. Roundtable Discussion
  • 13. Participant Biographies
  • 14. Attributions
Emerging Disciplines: Shaping New Fields of Scholarly Inquiry in and beyond the Humanities

 

 

Collection Editor:

Melissa Bailar

Authors:

Melissa Bailar Todd Presner
Caroline Levander Pamela Sheingorn
Aniruddh Patel Daniel L Smail
Mary Poovey   hermann herlinghaus

 

 

 

Online:

< http://cnx.org/content/col11201/1.1/ >

 

 

 

C O N N E X I O N S

Rice University, Houston, Texas

 

 

 

This selection and arrangement of content as a collection is copyrighted by Melissa Bailar. It is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 license
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Collection structure revised: May 13, 2010

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