European visions , c2009
European visions : American voices / edited by Kim Sloan.
- London : British Museum, c2009.
- Physical Description:
- viii, 142 p. : ill. (chiefly col.), map ; 30 cm.
- Reference LibraryNJ18.W578 E9 2008 (LC) OversizeAccessible in the Reference Library [Hours]
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- Papers from a conference that corresponded to the exhibition "A new world: England's first view of America", held at the British Museum from March 15 to June 17, 2007.
Includes erratum slip.
Includes bibliographical references.
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- Subject Terms:
- America -- Discovery and exploration -- British -- Congresses.Indians in art -- Congresses.North America -- In art -- Congresses.White, John, active 1585-1593 -- Congresses.
- Introduction / Kim Sloan
- Roanoke's Achievement / Karen Kupperman
- Economic and Cultural Contexts Introduction and Summary / Peter Mason
- Thomas Harriot's Brief and True Report: Knowledge-Making and the Roanoke Voyage / Stephen Clucas
- 'Counterfeited According to the Truth': John White, Lucas de Heere, and the Truth in Clothing / Michael Gaudio
- Truth and Artifice in the Visualization of Native Peoples: from the Time of John White to the Beginning of the 18th Century / Stephanie Pratt
- Nature and Natural History Introduction and Summary / Florike Egmond
- Elizabethan London's Naturalists and the Work of John White / Deborah Harkness
- Don't Eat, Don't Touch: Native Americans, European Newcomers and Dangerous Plants of North America / Karen Reeds
- New Visions of a New World Introduction and Summary / Kim Sloan
- Conservation of John White's Watercolours / Alice Rugheimer
- Analysis of John White's Pigments / Janet Ambers, Duncan Hook and Antony Simpson
- John White's Materials and Techniques / Timea Tallian
- 'A Kind of Gentle Painting': Limning in 16th-Century England / Katherine Coombs
- Through an Artist's Eye: Observations on Aspects of Copying in Two Groups of Work by John White, c. 1585-90 / Sally Birch
- American History Introduction and Summary / Peter C. Mancall
- Lost Colonists and Lost Tribes / Michael Leroy Oberg
- John White and British Antiquity: Savage Origins in the Context of Tudor Historiography / Sam Smiles
- Serialised Virginia: the Representational Format for Comparative Ethnology, c. 1600 / Ernst van den Boogaart
- Texts, Images and the Perception of 'Savages' in early Modern Europe: What we can Learn from White and Harriot / Joan-Pau Rubiés
- Past, Present, and Future: Exploring and Restoring Native Perspectives in the Chesapeake / Audrey Horning.