Edited by Angela Vanhaelen and Bronwen Wilson
Table of Contents
List of Illustrations
Chapter 1, Angela Vanhaelen and Bronwen Wilson
Part I: Material Flows
The Early Modern Fold: Pleated Media in Japan’s Encounter with Europe
Chapter 2, Kristopher Kersey
From Textile to Text: Cloth, Slavery, and the Archive in the Dutch Atlantic
Chapter 3, Carrie Anderson
Drawing Worlds in Smoke, Powder, and Fumes: Bodies and Trifles in Il Tabacco, the Courtly Ballet Staged in Turin (1650)
Chapter 4, Elisa Antonietta Daniele
From Hot Reverence to Cold Sweat: Christian Art and Ambivalence in Early Modern Japan
Chapter 5, Benjamin Schmidt
Eggs, Cheese, and (Francis) Bacon
Chapter 6, Helen Smith
Part II: In Between Spaces
The Cabinet and the World: Non-European Objects in Early Modern European Collections
Chapter 7, Daniela Bleichmar
Le Jeu du monde: Games, Maps, and World Conquest in Early Modern France
Chapter 8, Ting Chang
The World Contained in an Imperial Ottoman Album
Chapter 9, Emine Fetvaci
World Building, the Folger Folios, and the University of British Columbia
Chapter 10, Patricia Badir
Part III: Other Worlds
Ascetic Ecology: Landscape of a Desert Saint
Chapter 11, Lyle Massey
The End of All: Worldliness, Piety, and The Social Life of Maps in the Post-Reformation English Household
Chapter 12, Gavin Hollis
Enlightenment Cosmology: A Medialogical Interpretation
Chapter 13, J.B. Shank
Masked Alliances: Global Politics and Economy in the Art and Performance Rituals of Mexico’s Indigenous People
Chapter 14, John M.D. Pohl and Danny Zborover
Unease with the Exotic: Ambiguous Responses to Chinese Material Culture in the Dutch Republic
Chapter 15, Thijs Weststeijn
Journal of Early Modern History
Volume 23: Issue 2-3 (May 2019): Special Issue: Making Worlds: Art, Materiality, and Early Modern Globalization
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Bronwen Wilson and Angela Vanhaelen, “Introduction: Making Worlds: Art, Materiality, and Early Modern Globalization,” 103–120.
Saygin Salgirli, “Soap Bars and Silk Cocoons: Microecologies of Connectivity in Late Medieval Mediterranean Architecture,” 121–151.
Samuel Luterbacher, “Surfaces for Reflection: Nanban Lacquer in the Iberian World,” 152–190.
David Young Kim, “Points on a Field: Gentile da Fabriano and Gold Ground,” 191–226.
Angela Vanhaelen, “Mapping Angels in Early Modern Amsterdam,” 227–256.
Elizabeth Horodowich and Alexander Nagel, “Amerasia: European Reflections of an Emergent World, 1492-ca. 1700,” 257–295.
Tomasz Grusiecki, "Michał Boym, the Sum Xu, and the Reappearing Image," 296–324.