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Genealogy, Archive, Image

Interpreting Dynastic History in Western India, c. 1090-2016

Jayasinhji Jhala

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Genealogy, Archive, Image

Interpreting Dynastic History in Western India, c.1090-2016

Angma Jhala and Jayasinhji Jhala

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Caterina Egenhöfer

-1992, edited by Matthew C. Bown and Brandon Taylor. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1993, pp. 73-85 Hung, Chang-Tai. “Oil Paintings and Politics: Weaving a Heroic Tale of the Chinese Communist Revolution.” In Comparative Studies in Society and History, 49, 2007, pp. 783-814 Jowett, Philip. The Chinese Army 1937-49: World War II and Civil War. Oxford: Osprey Publishing, 2005 Landsberger, Stefan. “Book Reviews - Art and China’s Revolution.” In The China Quarterly, 200, 2009, pp. 1039-1121 Lǐ, Wén. “Lìshi

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Teet Teinemaa

That Never Was’. – Boundary 2 43, 2, 1–25. Hayles, Katherine 2001. ‘What Cybertext Theory Can’t Do’. – Electronic Book Review . http://www.electronicbookreview.com/thread/electropoetics/ecumenical (17 October 2016). Ilves, Kaie 2016. ‘Olev Remsu pani 20 aasta märkmed kaante vahele’. – Lääne Elu , 10 September. Lessing, Gotthold Ephraim 1887. Laocoon: An Essay upon the Limits of Painting and Poetry . Trans. Ellen Frothingham. Boston: Roberts Brothers. Lotman, Juri 2004. Filmisemiootika . Trans. Elen Lotman. Tallinn: Varrak

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Randall K. Van Schepen

Day is Long,” Art in America , 1 January 2002, vol. 90, no. 1: 66-75, http://www.artinamericamagazine.com/news-features/magazine/gerhard-richter-robert-storr/ , retrieved on 10 July 2017. Storr, R. 2003. Gerhard Richter, Doubt and Belief in Painting , New York: Museum of Modern Art. Thorn-Prikker, J. 2004. “A Picture is Worth 216 Newspaper Articles,” New York Times , Art and Leisure section, July 4, 2004; accessed via NYT online database. Thorn-Prikker, J. 2004(a). “War Cut – A dark mirror: An artist’s book by Gerhard Richter”, Kulturjournal

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Elisabeth Kovtiak

. I have applied these approaches to analyze nostalgia’s manifestations at Dry Bridge flea market. The Dry Bridge flea market is a secondhand street trading place that can be also called a site of attraction for tourists and flaneurs. Apart from items from the Soviet past, such as banners, portraits, badges, porcelain figurines, cutlery and crockery, and vintage devices, one can also find modern souvenirs and paintings and new and used bijouterie in this market. This paper focuses on the part of the market where objects of Soviet life are on sale. I have analyzed