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    Enenkel, K.A.E., Smith, P.J., "Early Modern Zoology: The Construction of Animals in Science, Literature and the Visual Arts"
    B.RI.LL | 2007 | ISBN: 9004131884 | 700 pages | PDF | 17,9 MB

    In this volume, specialists from various disciplines (Neo-Latin, French, German, Dutch, History, History of Science, Art History) explore the fascinating early modern discourses on animals in science, literature and the visual arts.
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    Very interesting book for those who are interested in this issue (see Description)

    Some texts are german, some are english, although the cover appears complete english.

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    ZOOLOGY:
    THE CONSTRUCTION OF AN EARLY MODERN SCIENCE
    Zur Konstituierung der Zoologie als Wissenschaft in der
    Frühen Neuzeit: Diskursanalyse zweier Großprojekte
    (Wotton, Gesner) .................................................. ................... 15
    Karl A.E. Enenkel
    On Toucans and Hornbills: Readings in Early Modern
    Ornithology from Belon to Buffon ......................................... 75
    Paul J. Smith
    Biology and Theology in Franzius’s Historia animalium sacra
    (1612) .................................................. ..................................... 121
    Vibeke Roggen
    Between Emblematics and the ‘Argument from Design’:
    The Representation of Insects in the Dutch Republic ......... 147
    Eric Jorink
    Shell Collecting. On 17th-Century Conchology, Curiosity
    Cabinets and Still Life Painting ............................................. 177
    Karin Leonhard
    THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE ANIMAL
    IN ZOOLOGICAL ILLUSTRATIONS
    In minimis maxime conspicua. Insektendarstellungen um
    1600 und die Anfänge der Entomologie ............................... 217
    Thea Vignau-Wilberg
    Curious Fish: Connections between some Sixteenth-Century
    Watercolours and Prints .................................................. ....... 245
    Florike Egmond
    From Brazil to Europe: the Zoological Drawings of
    Albert Eckhout and Georg Marcgraf .................................... 273
    Rebecca P. Brienen
    VOLUME TWO
    THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE ANIMAL IN
    ITS EARLY MODERN USE AND ABUSE
    Making and Breaking the Stag: The Construction of the
    Animal in the Early Modern Hunting Treatise ..................... 317
    Suzanne J. Walker
    (Un)Stable Identities: Hippology and the Professionalization
    of Scholarship and Horsemanship in Early Modern
    Germany .................................................. ............................... 339
    Pia F. Cuneo
    ‘A Remedy for his Beast’: Popular Veterinary Texts in Early
    Modern England .................................................. .................. 361
    Louise Hill Curth
    Dehumanised Sinners and their Instruments of Sin:
    Men and Animals in Early Modern Bestiality Cases,
    Austria 1500–1800 .................................................. ................ 381
    Susanne Hehenberger
    Renaissance Menageries. Exotic Animals and Pets at the
    Habsburg Courts in Iberia and Central Europe ................... 419
    Almudena Pérez de Tudela – Annemarie Jordan
    Gschwend
    THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE ANIMAL
    IN LITERATURE AND IN THE VISUAL ARTS
    Noah’s Ark Disembarked in Holland: Animals in
    Dutch Poetry, 1500–1700 .................................................. ..... 451
    Johan Koppenol
    Octopuses, Foxes and Hares: Animals in Early Modern Latin
    and German Proverbs .................................................. .......... 529
    Franziska Schnoor
    A Zoological Emblem Book: Willem van der Borcht’s Sedighe
    Sinne-beelden (1642) .................................................. ................. 547
    Vincent Buyens
    Faire le beau pour faire la paix: Considérations sur les bêtes
    dressées de Joseph Boillot (1592) ............................................ 567
    Paulette Choné
    Life and Death in the Northern European Game Piece .......... 603
    Sarah R. Cohen
    Index Nominum .................................................. ....................... 641
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