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Baroque, Venice, theatre, philosophy, William Daddario

Label
Baroque, Venice, theatre, philosophy
Title
Baroque, Venice, theatre, philosophy
Statement of responsibility
William Daddario
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
This book theorizes the baroque as neither a time period nor an artistic style but as a collection of bodily practices developed from clashes between governmental discipline and artistic excess, moving between the dramaturgy of Jesuit spiritual exercises, the political theatre-making of Angelo Beolco (aka Ruzzante), and the civic governance of the Venetian Republic at a time of great tumult. The manuscript assembles plays seldom read or viewed by English-speaking audiences, archival materials from three Venetian archives, and several secondary sources on baroque, Renaissance, and early modern epistemology in order to forward and argument for understanding the baroque as a gathering of social practices. Such a rethinking of the baroque aims to complement the already lively studies of neo-baroque aesthetics and ethics emerging in contemporary scholarship on (for example) Latin American political art
Member of
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Daddario, Will,
Dewey number
940.252
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
Series statement
Performance Philosophy
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Ruzzante
  • Theater
  • Aesthetics, Baroque
  • Theater
  • Theater
Label
Baroque, Venice, theatre, philosophy, William Daddario
Instantiates
Publication
Contents
  • Baroque, Venice, Theatre, Philosophy; Acknowledgements; Contents; 1 Introduction; Constellatory Thinking: Baroque, Venice, Theatre, Philosophy; Performance of Thought; Shape of the Study; Notes; Part I Baroque Pastoral; Note; 2 Garden Thinking and Baroque Pastoral; Gardens; Garden Thinking; Valsanzibio: "Ivi è l'Inferno e qui il Paradiso"; Bomarzo: "Fatte Per Inganno O Pur Per Arte"; From Pastoral Gardens to Pastoral Literature; Colonna: Pastoral in Excess; Tasso: Pastoral Discipline; Baroque Pastoral: Ground as "Infinite Work in Process"; Notes
  • 3 Pastoral Askew and Aslant: Ruzzante's Historico-Theatrical ConsciousnessRuzzante Takes the Stage; Situating the Pastoral; Pastoral as Critique within Critique within Critique; Ruzzante's Baroque Pastoral; Notes; 4 Jesuit Pastoral Theatre: The Case of Father Pietro Leon da Valcamonica; Della Ragion di stato: An Act of Justice; Pastoral Power: An Act of Salvation; From Pastoral Power to Pastoral Theatre; Jesuit Baroque Allegorical Dramaturgy; The Case of Valcamonica; Notes; PartII Discipline and Excess; Note; 5 Ruzzante Takes Place; Prelude: Baroque Scenography and Beolco's Scenogardening
  • Act I, in which Ruzzante Tries to take Venice but FailsAct II, In Which Ruzzante Tries to Take Back Padua; Interlude: Taking Place as Territorialization; Finale: The Radical, the Uprooted, and Art that Baroques; Notes; 6 The Enscenement of Self and the Jesuit Teatro del Mondo; Critical Models; Actualizing the Jesuit Teatro del Mondo; Cultivating Affectivity; Internal Difference and the Practice of Non-Identity; Notes; 7 Baroque Diarchic Self; Beolco's Aesthetic Consignment; The Jesuit Mass Production of a Mystical Self; Ruzzante: A Secular Mystic?; Becoming-Baroque; Notes; Bibliography; Index
Control code
ocn989818213
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783319495231
Note
SpringerLink
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)989818213
Label
Baroque, Venice, theatre, philosophy, William Daddario
Publication
Contents
  • Baroque, Venice, Theatre, Philosophy; Acknowledgements; Contents; 1 Introduction; Constellatory Thinking: Baroque, Venice, Theatre, Philosophy; Performance of Thought; Shape of the Study; Notes; Part I Baroque Pastoral; Note; 2 Garden Thinking and Baroque Pastoral; Gardens; Garden Thinking; Valsanzibio: "Ivi è l'Inferno e qui il Paradiso"; Bomarzo: "Fatte Per Inganno O Pur Per Arte"; From Pastoral Gardens to Pastoral Literature; Colonna: Pastoral in Excess; Tasso: Pastoral Discipline; Baroque Pastoral: Ground as "Infinite Work in Process"; Notes
  • 3 Pastoral Askew and Aslant: Ruzzante's Historico-Theatrical ConsciousnessRuzzante Takes the Stage; Situating the Pastoral; Pastoral as Critique within Critique within Critique; Ruzzante's Baroque Pastoral; Notes; 4 Jesuit Pastoral Theatre: The Case of Father Pietro Leon da Valcamonica; Della Ragion di stato: An Act of Justice; Pastoral Power: An Act of Salvation; From Pastoral Power to Pastoral Theatre; Jesuit Baroque Allegorical Dramaturgy; The Case of Valcamonica; Notes; PartII Discipline and Excess; Note; 5 Ruzzante Takes Place; Prelude: Baroque Scenography and Beolco's Scenogardening
  • Act I, in which Ruzzante Tries to take Venice but FailsAct II, In Which Ruzzante Tries to Take Back Padua; Interlude: Taking Place as Territorialization; Finale: The Radical, the Uprooted, and Art that Baroques; Notes; 6 The Enscenement of Self and the Jesuit Teatro del Mondo; Critical Models; Actualizing the Jesuit Teatro del Mondo; Cultivating Affectivity; Internal Difference and the Practice of Non-Identity; Notes; 7 Baroque Diarchic Self; Beolco's Aesthetic Consignment; The Jesuit Mass Production of a Mystical Self; Ruzzante: A Secular Mystic?; Becoming-Baroque; Notes; Bibliography; Index
Control code
ocn989818213
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783319495231
Note
SpringerLink
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)989818213

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