Image – Narration – Context
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Wagner-Durand, Elisabeth , Fath, Barbara and Heinemann, Alexander (Eds.): Image – Narration – Context: Visual Narration in Cultures and Societies of the Old World, Heidelberg: Propylaeum, 2019 (Freiburger Studien zur Archäologie und visuellen Kultur, Vol. 1). https://doi.org/10.11588/propylaeum.399

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Elisabeth Wagner-Durand , Barbara Fath , Alexander Heinemann (Eds.)

Image – Narration – Context

Visual Narration in Cultures and Societies of the Old World

Freiburger Studien zur Archäologie und visuellen Kultur

Narratives are primary agents in the production of social meaning and identity. They are articulated not only in oral and literal forms of expression, but also through images and artefacts. By virtue of their materiality, these objects bearing narrative potential have their specific contexts of appreciation. But how do images actually trigger narration? Can we describe the social loci of their observation? And how do these contexts – social practices, religious rituals, demonstrations of political power – interact with, and re-affect the artefacts in question? Both case studies from archaeology and approaches from a wider range of cultural studies seek to answer these questions within a broader methodological framework.

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Vorwort
Elisabeth Wagner-Durand, Barbara Fath, Alexander Heinemann
Acknowledgments
Contents
Elisabeth Wagner-Durand, Alexander Heinemann, Barbara Fath
Image – Narrative – Context
Visual Narration in Cultures and Societies of the Old World
Luca Giuliani
Emergenz und soziale Funktion narrativer Bilder in Griechenland
Ein Nachtrag zu Bild und Mythos
Davide Nadali
The Power of Narrative Pictures in Ancient Mesopotamia
Antonius Weixler
Bild – Erzählung – Rezeption
Narrativität in Erzählforschung und Kunstwissenschaft
Ralf von den Hoff
Vom Heros erzählen
Visuelle Strategien der Heldennarration im antiken Griechenland
Monika Zin
The Techniques of the Narrative Representations in Old India
Shane McCausland
Intermediary Moments: Framing and Scrolling Devices across Painting, Print and Film in China’s Visual Narratives
Hans Peter Hahn
In Geschichten verstrickt
Was Dinge erzählen – und was nicht
Jennifer Bagley
Narrative and Context of Early La Tène Art in Central Europe
Barbara Fath, Daniel Ebrecht
Woven Stories: The Golden Thread in the Early Iron Age
Elisabeth Wagner-Durand
Narration. Description. Reality: The Royal Lion Hunt in Assyria
Maria Michela Luiselli
The Interaction of Visual Narration with Performance: Three Examples from New Kingdom Egypt
Caroline van Eck
Narratives of Spectatorship: The Medusa Rondanini, Tableaux Vivants, and Torchlight Sculpture Visits
Martin Guggisberg
Handlungsbilder oder handelnde Bilder?
Narrative Konstruktionen in der eisenzeitlichen Kunst nördlich und südlich der Alpen
Alexander Heinemann
The Cave, the Gaze, the Bride, and her Lover
The Constraints of Narrating Desire on a Hellenistic Mirror
Elisabeth Wagner-Durand, Alexander Heinemann, Barbara Fath
The Remains of the Day
Approaching Storytelling via Material Culture
Notes on Contributors