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Author Dellmann, Sarah, author.

Title Images of Dutchness : popular visual culture, early cinema, and the emergence of a national cliché, 1800-1914 / Sarah Dellmann.

Publication Info. Amsterdam : Amsterdam University Press, [2018]
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Description 1 online resource (421 pages) : illustrations
text txt rdacontent
computer c rdamedia
online resource cr rdacarrier
Series Framing film
Framing film (Amsterdam, Netherlands)
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Summary Why do early films present the Netherlands as a country full of canals and windmills, where people wear traditional costumes and wooden shoes, while industries and modern urban life are all but absent? Where do such visual clichés come from? This study investigates the roots of this imagery in popular visual media ranging from magazines to tourist brochures, from anthropological treatises to advertising trade cards, stereoscopic photographs, picture postcards, magic lantern slide sets and films of early cinema. The book provides an in-depth study of this rich and fascinating corpus of popular visual media that has not been studied before, and the discourses that these images were meant to illustrate. This intermedial approach offers new insights into the emergence of national clichés and the study of stereotypical thinking.
Note Print version record.
Contents Intro; Table of Contents; Acknowledgements; Images of Dutchness: An Introduction; Chapter 1. Analysing Images of Dutchness: From Stereotype to National Cliché; 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 Supposed Common Knowledge and the Stereotype; 1.3 Nationality, Nationalism, Nationness: The Netherlands, Dutch, Dutchness; 1.4 Approaches; 1.5 Outlook; Chapter 2. Spectacularly Dutch: Popular Visual Media from Print to Early Cinema; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Illustrated Magazines; 2.3 Travel Guidebooks; 2.4 Travel brochures, Leaflets, and Promotional Material for (Potential) Tourists.
2.5 Sets of Prints, Cartes de Visite, and Cabinet Cards of People in Local Costume2.6 Catchpenny Prints; 2.7 Perspective Prints; 2.8 Advertising Trade Cards; 2.9 Stereoscopic Photographs; 2.10 Magic Lanterns and Lantern Slide Sets; 2.11 Picture Postcards; 2.12 Film; 2.13 Conclusion; Chapter 3. Images of People and Places before 1800: A Prehistory of National Clichés; 3.1 Introduction; 3.2 Visual Culture before Industrialization; 3.3 The Same Image at Various Places for the First Time: Images of People and Places in Popular Print; 3.4 Epistemological Status of Images of People and Places.
3.5 Topographical Images: Vedute, Prospects, and Perspective Prints3.6 Realist Images of People in Popular Media: Catchpenny Prints; 3.7 Eighteenth-Century Images of People and Places in Other Popular Media; 3.8 Conclusion; Chapter 4. Authentically Dutch: Images in Anthropological Discourse; 4.1 Introduction: Snelleman's Conceptual Problem; 4.2 Visual Spectacle of Ethnic Diversity: Afbeeldingen van Kleeding, zeden, en gewoonten (1803-1807); 4.3 Relics of Tradition, Grounded in Space: Nederlandsche Kleederdrachten, en Zeden en Gebruiken (1849-1850).
4.4 The Nation in One Image: Volkeren van Verscheyde Landgewesten (c. 1833 or 1856-1900) and In deze prent zullen de kinderen opmerken ... (c. 1800-1820)4.5 Narrowing down the Motifs: Popular Photographs (1870-1890s); 4.6 Fixing the National Cliché (1890-1900); 4.7 Playing with the Cliché (c. 1900-1914); 4.8 Dutch Clichés of Dutch Origin: Trade Cards by Philips and Bensdorp; 4.9 ""Dutch"" as Combination of Costume and ""Race; 4.10 Early Cinema's Heritage of Anthropological Discourse; 4.11 Conclusion; Chapter 5. Typically Dutch: Images in Popular Geography and Armchair Travel Media.
5.1 Introduction: Geography and Popular Science5.2 Patterns for the Presentation of Knowledge in Geographical Discourse; 5.3 The Encyclopaedic Pattern; 5.4 The Panoramic Pattern; 5.5 The Virtual Travel Pattern; 5.6 Conclusion; Chapter 6. Selling a ""Dutch Experience"": Images in Tourism and Consumer Culture; 6.1 Introduction: Discovering the Authentic; 6.2 Before Tourism: Travel in Leisure through and to the Netherlands; 6.3 Travel Promotion by Thomas Cook & Son, the VVV, and the Centraal Bureau; 6.4 Narrated and Practical Guidebooks.
Subject Stereotypes (Social psychology) in mass media.
Stereotypes (Social psychology) in motion pictures.
Clichés in motion pictures.
Netherlands -- In mass media.
Netherlands -- In motion pictures.
Dutch -- In mass media.
Dutch -- In motion pictures.
PERFORMING ARTS -- Film -- General.
PSYCHOLOGY -- Social Psychology.
ART -- General.
Clichés in motion pictures. (OCoLC)fst00864196
Mass media. (OCoLC)fst01011219
Motion pictures. (OCoLC)fst01027285
Stereotypes (Social psychology) in mass media. (OCoLC)fst01431526
Stereotypes (Social psychology) in motion pictures. (OCoLC)fst01431527
Netherlands. (OCoLC)fst01204034
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Electronic books.
Other Form: Print version: Dellmann, Sarah. Images of Dutchness. Popular visual culture, early cinema and the emergence of a national cliché. Amsterdam : Amsterdam University Press 2018 9789462983007 (OCoLC)1019667243
ISBN 9789048532971 (electronic bk.)
9048532973 (electronic bk.)
9789462983007
9462983003

 
    
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