2 edition of World exhibitions in the nineteenth century, pageants of social and cultural change found in the catalog.
World exhibitions in the nineteenth century, pageants of social and cultural change
|Statement||Werner Plum ; [Transl. from the German by Lux Furtmüller].|
|Series||Social and cultural aspects of industrialization|
|LC Classifications||T395 .P5513|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||174 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||174|
|LC Control Number||79314433|
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Nineteenth -Century International Exhibitions The international exhibitions, expositions and world fairs that dominated the cultural scene in the second half of the nineteenth pageants of social and cultural change book provided nations with opportunities to demonstrate their artistic, technical and scientific ingenuity.
Abstract. Exhibitions, or world’s fairs, were popular events in Europe, Great Britain, the United States, and many European colonies during the second half of the nineteenth century.
1 Host cities included Paris, London, Vienna, and Philadelphia, as well as Hobart, Melbourne, and Sydney in Britain’s Australian colonies. Such spectacles appeared to display, in the words of one London weekly Author: Peter H. Hoffenberg. As the middle class grew over the nineteenth century, and as urban life expanded, paints, especially patent compounds, were associated with social climbers and women who would trick men into : American Experience.
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Within eighteenth and nineteenth century society, particularly Revolution-era (, beginning with the destruction of the Bastille. The revolutions around the globe in the 19th century have had an enormous impact on the course of history.
To help students better understand the major developments in the tumultuous 19th century and World exhibitions in the nineteenth century impact on the 20th century, this unique resource offers detailed description and expert analysis of the 19th century's most important events: The Napoleonic Era, the Congress of Vienna and Cited by: 1.
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In conjunction with its centennial exhibitions "Nineteenth-Century America" and "The Rise of an American Architecture," the Metropolitan Museum was host in May to a four-day gathering of scholars, historians, critics, and collectors.
This was the first formal exchange of ideas about nineteenth-century American art by such a group. The social exclusiveness of the pageant was widely condemned.
In contrast, pageants as varied in scale and content as the St. Dunstan's Pageant of Peace, the large civic events at Salisbury, Oxford and elsewhere, and the imperialist extravaganzas of Hyde Park and Greenwich, all successfully mobilized whole communities behind the theatrical.
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