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By Kjerstin Aukrust
Assigning Cultural Values is a suite of 13 essays concentrating on the research of cultural worth in gentle of aestheticization or aesthetic practices. Reflecting the culmination of the study Council of Norway’s complete programme for cultural examine (KULVER), this anthology stories cultural phenomena no longer as static dimensions, yet relatively as elements inquisitive about negotiations and exchanges. through interpreting the approaches within which aestheticization is renowned, the individuals exhibit how the experience-based, relational, and perceptual facets of assigning cultural values come into concentration. all the essays bargains specified views at the price given to diverse cultural phenomena, by means of targeting their traditionally changeable facets, their reciprocal relationships, and their connection to social contexts and gear. Drawing on case experiences from the fields of cultural historical past, aesthetics, literature, movie, gender reports, paintings historical past and concept, layout historical past, and museology, the gathering presents a wide-ranging and multifaceted research of the way the project of cultural values is modified, displaced, transferred, and purchased, and may consequently curiosity all researchers and scholars in the box of humanities.
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