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After joining the wonderful conference #sfbmeetspublichistory yesterday and today in the morning, tonight we end the #IBLS International Blended Learning Seminar on #Europes #colonial #past. It is great to see all the teachers and students from Poland, France, Switzerland ...1/x
2/x Germany and the Netherlands on zoom once moreand looking on all the projects that were developed in the seminar. #InternationalPublicHistory #teachingpublichistory
See more on…, we will add more interviews and work examples in the next weeks...
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🧵Tom McNulty #ArtMarket Research (2014 2ndEd) is a good bibliography to start with, with chapter 8 on the sources for historic markets. For the #18C, the most recent is @GettyMuseum London and the Emergence of a European Art Market (2019)…
For European markets, mining Titia Hulst's A History of the Western #ArtMarket @ucpress is a must. It covers Italian city states, Antwerp, Amsterdam, Germany and Spain, London and Paris for the #18C
Most art market studies are done on a national level (viz, eco and law histories often are) Let me however bring your attention to the groundbreaking @DriesLyna and Jan Dirk Baetans Art Crossing Borders @brill 2019
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The #history of ideas patronizes the #colonial: “The North has ideas, the South has nature.”
Love @andrea_wulf’s biography of #Humboldt and this @eatthedogs podcast speaks about its #Eurocentric lens: in Latin America, Humboldt is seen to collect tarantulas; in Europe and USA, he collects ideas ...
In this #Humboldt year #AvH250, you should read @andrea_wulf’s “Invention of #Nature” and listen to @eatthedogs ‘s review:…
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