In this issue of the Journal of Early Modern Studies, we explore the different ways in which time was culturally constructed in the early modern period. How was time experienced, conceptualized and organized? What were the temporal practices that structured early modern lives, either individually or collectively? How did one measure time and acknowledge its effects on people, and what were the cultural imaginaries, sensory settings or discursive frames through which time became lived reality? Time could be experienced as an embodied aspect of human existence, but was also represented and mediated in various ways. In this journal issue, we are looking for the ways in which people managed and conceptualized both time and temporality and incorporated them into their understanding of the specific cultural context(s) in which they lived.
|Titolo:||A Time of Their Own. Experiencing Time and Temporality in the Early Modern World|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2017|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||06.01 Curatela|