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The Routledge Handbook of Reenactment Studies
Key Terms in the Field





ISBN 9781032084251
Published June 30, 2021 by Routledge
286 Pages

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The Routledge Handbook of Reenactment Studies provides the first overview of significant concepts within reenactment studies. The volume includes a co-authored critical introduction and a comprehensive compilation of key term entries contributed by leading reenactment scholars from Europe, North America, and Australia. Well into the future, this wide-ranging reference work will inform and shape the thinking of researchers, teachers, and students of history and heritage and memory studies, as well as cultural studies, film, theater and performance studies, dance, art history, museum studies, literary criticism, musicology, and anthropology.

Table of Contents

General Introduction (Vanessa Agnew, Jonathan Lamb and Juliane Tomann) 1. Affect/Emotion (Martin Luecke and Juliane Brauer) 2. Art (Roger Benjamin) 3. Audience/Observers/ Participants (Nicolle Lamerichs) 4. Authenticity (Stephen Gapps) 5. Conjecture (Vanessa Agnew) 6. Corroboration (Jonathan Lamb) 7. Dance (Amanda Card) 8. Documentary (Stella Bruzzi) 9. Embodiment/Body (Amanda Card) 10. Evidence (Paul Pickering) 11. Experience (Anja Schwarz) 12. Experimentation (Anna Zalewska) 13. Expertise/Amateurism (Anna Braedder) 14. Gender (Jonathan Lamb) 15. Heritage (Donna Landry) 16. Historically informed music practice (Kate Bowan) 17. History of the Field (Ulf Otto) 18. Live Action Role Play (David Simkins) 19. Living History (David Dean) 20. Martyrdom (Martin Treml) 21. Material Culture/Objects (Stefanie Samida) 22. Materialization of the Past (Katrina Schlunke) 23. Mediality (Maria Muhle) 24. Memory/Commemoration (Juliane Tomann) 25. Mimesis (Kader Konuk) 26. Narrative (Inke Arns) 27. Nostalgia (Jonathan Schroeder) 28. Performance/Performativity (Katherine Johnson) 29. Pilgrimage (Kamila Baraniecka-Olszewska) 30. Practices of Reenactment (Alexander Cook) 31. Production of Historical Meaning (Scott Magelssen) 32. Realism (Jonathan Lamb) 33. Reenacting Indigeneity (Penny Edmonds) 34. Representation (Inke Arns) 35. Ritual (Anja Dreschke) 36. Subcultures (Mads Daugbjerg) 37. Suffering (Jonathan Lamb) 38. Tourism (Bodil Petersson)

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Biography

Vanessa Agnew is a Professor in the English Department at the University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany, and a Senior Fellow in the Humanities Research Centre at the Australian National University, Australia.



Jonathan Lamb is the Andrew W. Mellon Professor of the Humanities at Vanderbilt University, United States.



Juliane Tomann is Head of the Imre Kertesz Kolleg’s research area History in the Public Sphere at Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Germany.