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Contaminations, revisions, reinventions: how cultures, ancient and modern, have influenced each other

By Marguerite Johnson, Honorary Professor, The University of Queensland
Martin Puchner’s Culture: A New World History examines “the history of humans as a culture-producing species”. At the core of this statement lies the humanities, which emerges as a collective discipline “through a desire to revive a newly recovered past – more than once”.

Review: Culture: A New World History – Martin Puchner (Ithaca Press)

In his introduction, Puchner qualifies this idea through the case study of the Chauvet…The Conversation

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