Material Culture Perspectives
Material Culture Perspectives publishes innovative studies on material culture in literary, visual, and historical studies. The series seeks titles that engage with physical objects – broadly defined and including their formal attributes, ascribed functions, contribution to larger processes and practices, or symbolic significance. The books in this series address a wide range of topics, encompassing both local or global contexts, and offers provocative, reflective, and theoretically informed approaches to material culture studies in the twenty-first century.
Series Editors: Martin Brückner, University of Delaware and Sandy Isenstadt, University of Delaware
For more information on the University of Delaware’s Material Culture Studies Series, visit the Press’s website.