Myth, Meaning and Performance: Toward a New Cultural Sociology of the Arts

1st Edition

Ronald Eyerman, Lisa McCormick

Routledge
Published December 15, 2006
Textbook - 172 Pages
ISBN 9781594512155 - CAT# Y222728

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Summary

The cultural and performative turns in social theory have enlivened sociology. For the first time these new developments are fully integrated into new approaches to the sociology of the arts in this important new book. Building on the established research into art worlds, what is interesting for the new sociology of the arts, understood in the broad sense to include popular culture as well the classical focus on music, painting, and literature, is the relationship between art works and meaning, myth, and performance. Also reflected in these rich essays, which range from Beethoven to John Lennon to Chinese avant garde artists, is the lived experience of the artist and its impact on the process of creation and innovation.

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