The craft reader

by Glenn Adamson

Publisher: Berg Publishers in Oxford, New York

Written in English
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Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Statementedited by Glenn Adamson
Classifications
LC ClassificationsTT149 .C733 2010
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24462556M
ISBN 109781847883049, 9781847883032
LC Control Number2009041648

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The Craft Reader provides a series of individual texts from a diverse range of authors, perspectives and cultures. Most important are the bibliographical references in the end of each individual text, which provides lots of further readings, indispensable for researchers and alike.5/5(14).

“The scope of the Craft Reader is breathtaking. Finally, here is a text that successfully contextualizes the diverse range of writings on craft. By gathering these thoughts into a clearly articulated set The craft reader book arguments Adamson has helped to shape the field of craft The craft reader book.

This book will stand as an invaluable tool for craft Cited by:   About The Craft Reader. From the canonical texts of the Arts and Crafts Movement to the radical thinking of today's "DIY" movement, from theoretical writings on the position of craft in distinction to Art and Design to how-to texts from renowned practitioners, from feminist histories of textiles to descriptions of the innovation born of necessity in Soviet factories and African auto-repair.

The Craft Reader book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. From the canonical texts of the Arts and Crafts Movement to the rad /5. The craft, not the art This book is about that craft.”—from the Introduction This latest book from the well-known literary critic Robert Scholes presents his thoughtful exploration of the craft of reading.

He deals with reading not as an art or performance given by a virtuoso reader, but as a craft that can be studied, taught, and Cited by:   The craft, not the art This book is about that craft.”—from the Introduction This latest book from the well-known literary critic Robert Scholes presents his thoughtful exploration of the craft of reading.

He deals with reading not as an art or performance given by a virtuoso reader, but as a craft that can be studied, taught, and. The craft, not the art This book is about that craft.”—from the IntroductionThis latest book from the well-known literary critic Robert Scholes presents his thoughtful exploration of the craft of reading.

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By David Richardson. 6/ The Craft Reader is the first comprehensive anthology of writings on modern craft. Its origins were in editor Glenn Adamson’s graduate work at Yale under Edward S.

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The writings are themed into sections and all extracts are individually introduced, placing each in its historical, cultural and artistic context. Bringing together an astonishing range of both classic and contemporary texts, The Craft Reader will be invaluable to any student or practitioner of Craft and also to readers in Art and Design.

This book will stand as an invaluable tool for craft scholars.” --Sandra Alfoldy, Nova Scotia College of Art & Design “Glenn Adamson's Craft Reader is the rarest of anthologies: at once an excellent and wide-reaching compilation of craft scholarship, and a provocative challenge to the same.” --Maria Elena Buszek, Kansas City Art Institute/5(46).

The Craft Reader presents the first comprehensive anthology of writings on modern craft. Covering the period from the Industrial Revolution to today, the Reader draws on craft practice and theory from America, Europe, Asia and Africa. The world of craft is considered in its full breadth -- from pottery and weaving, to couture and chocolate Reviews: 9.

The craft, not the art This book is about that craft.”—from the Introduction This latest book from the well-known literary critic Robert Scholes presents his thoughtful exploration of the craft of reading.

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I've given the book three stars and flagged it as a "difficult read." That's from my view as a layman. The main point of the book is that although the popular story is that the craftsman preceded and was supplanted by the industrial revolution, in fact the idea of craft was born during the industrial revolution, with each, craft and industry, "defined against the other through constant Reviews: 9.

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