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The history of Scandinavian rock art research as a corpus of knowledge and practice / Jarl Nordbladh.

Title: The history of Scandinavian rock art research as a corpus of knowledge and practice / Jarl Nordbladh.
Author(s): Nordbladh, Jarl.
Date: 1995.
Publisher: Oslo: Novus
In: Perceiving rock art : social and political perspectives. (1995.), Vol. 2
Abstract: Talk describes scholarly approach to rock art as captive to 200 year tradition, with its special training programme. Studies were geographically bounded, with local interpretative schemes. Thus features were found which both connected and separated bodies of pictures. Scandinavian frame meant national rivalry, but within common "Homeric" saga cult. Most of (c. 100) professionals came after 1800, but from 1975 number of researchers has grown, thus many of these will be trying to establish credentials. Also, a third of new researchers are female, which will change perspectives. Literature on Scandinavian art includes some directed to learned European world, in major languages, and Scandinavians are starting to notice what is said elsehwere about "their" art. Documentation, organisation of image material and interpretation are described.
Notes:

In: Perceiving rock art : social and political perspectives. Vol. 2 / Knut Helskog, Bjørnar Olsen, eds.

Keywords: 74 -- Drawing and minor arts.
903 -- Archaeology.
U -- Archaeology.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*548) -- Scandinavia.
SPRI record no.: 137569

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