3 edition of Inga Clendinnen found in the catalog.
2005 by National Library of Australia for the Friends of the National Library of Australia in Canberra, ACT .
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 41-44).
|Statement||compiled and edited by Morag Fraser ; with essays by Morag Fraser ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Clendinnen, Inga, 1934-, Fraser, Morag., National Library of Australia., National Library of Australia. Friends.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||45 p. :|
|Number of Pages||45|
|LC Control Number||2007386860|
paper A trenchant collection of essays intended to forge the human connections necessary to begin the move toward a full understanding of the Holocaust. Clendinnen critiques the notion that the Holocaust is a unique event that falls outside the boundaries of normal history; it was, she notes, perpetuated by members of 20th-century Western society like : Inga Clendinnen. INGA CLENDINNEN was born in She is a distinguished historian of the Spanish encounters with Aztec and Maya Indians of sixteenth-century America, and author of Reading the Holocaust, named a New York Times Best Book of the Year and awarded the 5/5(3).
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Clendinnen's reconstruction is a model of historical intelligence and anthropological empathy couched in superbly crafted prose." Frederick P. Bowser Source: Latin American Research Review ‘[Clendinnen’s] analysis of the symbolic forms of everyday life sheds new light on the relationship between the ‘social’ and the ‘sacred’.’Cited by: Ambivalent Conquests: Maya and Spaniard in Yucatan, – (2nd ed.) (Cambridge Latin American Studies series) by Inga Clendinnen.
This is both a specific study of conversion in a corner of the Inga Clendinnen book Empire, and a work with implications for the understanding of European domination and native resistance throughout the colonial world.
Inga Clendinnen was born in Geelong in Her early books and scholarly articles on the Aztecs and Maya of Mexico earned her a reputation as one of the world’s finest historians.
Reading the Holocaust, Tiger’s Eye and Dancing with Strangers have been critically acclaimed and won a number of local and international : Inga Clendinnen. Dancing with Strangers by Inga Clendinnen pp, Canongate, £ Not so long ago, Australian history classes in Australian schools were all about.
In Ambivalent Conquests Clendinnen penetrates the thinking and feeling of the Mayan Indians in a detailed reconstruction of their assessment of the intruders. This new edition contains a preface by the author where she reflects upon the book's contribution in the past fifteen years.
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But Inga Clendinnen’s superb book on the Aztecs paints such a powerfully seductive picture of their polity that I feel like I have a grasp of what is truly interesting about them for the first time.
Inga Clendinnen is Emeritus scholar, LaTrobe University, Australia. Her books include the acclaimed Reading the Holocaust (Cambridge, ), named a Best Book of the Year by the New York Times Book Review, and Aztec: An Interpretation (Cambridge, ), and Tiger's Eye: A Memoir (Scribner, ).Brand: Cambridge University Press.
Clendinnen’s book is not entirely chronological. Instead, it consists of “tentative, discursive explorations” that use “multiple, oblique, and angled approaches” (11). The book becomes topical after it has traced the history of the Aztecs in the beginning.
Tiger's Eye Inga Clendinnen Cape, £, pp Buy it at a discount at BOL. Time was, if you dared to write honestly about sex, you were cool, you sold books. Inga Clendinnen, an Australian historian, observes the Aztec culture through a metaphysical lens, searching for their own sense of meaning and reality.
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The images from the text stick to memory, and specific events and people (Diego de Landa, Nachi Cocom, Francisco Hernandez, and Fray Francisco de Toral) from almost five hundred years ago, come by: Canberra Times, " Inga Clendinnen's book, Reading the Holocaust, is not, despite its somewhat generic title, just another book about the is an important, insightful, superbly written meditation on a sorrow beyond words, well worth the attention of outsiders and insiders alike.".
Inga Clendinnen, – Inga Clendinnen was a brilliant historian and an extraordinary writer. She was fearless and endlessly curious. She understood the limits of history and the power of intuition.
So many of her students remember what a gifted and inspiring teacher she. INGA CLENDINNEN is a distinguished historian and author. Reading the Holocaust was named a New York Times Best Book of the Year and was awarded the New South Wales Premier's General History Award in /5().
Inga Clendinnen (–) was an eloquent teacher of history and a brilliant scholar who did not begin to talk until she was three and did not learn to read until she was eight. As a child she watched, listened and absorbed everything; then sentences sprang from her fully formed.
As an adult she studied, taught and read, became an admired teacher and thinker, and then – in her early 50s. Inga Jewell studied history at the University of Melbourne, receiving her B.A.
Hons in and her MA in On 1 Juneshe married the philosopher Frederick John Clendinnen. They had two children. Inga Clendinnen worked as a Tutor, then Senior Tutor, in the University of Melbourne School of History from until and again in Inga Clendinnen has written a fascinating, thought-provoking book, which has already attracted considerable praise.
Her interpretation of Aztec ritual and myth derives from a close reading of the Florentine Codex, a lavishly illustrated recension of Bernardino de Sahagun’s General History of the Things of new Spain, written with parallel Released on: Octo Book reviews.
Tiger's Eye: A Memoir Inga Clendinnen Review by Ph.D. Wagner. July In her early 50s, Australian historian Inga Clendinnen found herself diagnosed with an incurable liver disease.
As her body and her mind deteriorated, she felt a need to write about her childhood as. 'A decade ago I fell ill,' writes Inga Clendinnen at the beginning of *Tiger's Eye*. 'Fall is the right word; it is almost as alarming and quite as precipitous as falling in love.' In this deeply personal book an eminent historian explores her own history.
She dramatises the ways in which illness challenges and subverts the self, and explores how writing can become part of the imperative to. Dr Inga Clendinnen at a book signing following the Friends celebration at the National Library of Australia, 30 October by Damian McDonald (Visual) Interview with Inga Clendinnen, retired academic and writer by Inga Clendinnen (Recording) [Inga Clendinnen] (Visual).
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In January of the First Fleet arrived in New South Wales and a thousand British men and women encountered the people who will be their new neighbours; the beach nomads of Australia.
Inga Clendinnen has set about to explore this gap at its most difficult point: where it touches what we have come to think of as core human values. The question she seeks to answer in her book. INGA CLENDINNEN passed away in Melbourne, Victoria. The obituary was featured in The Age on SeptemThe Age on Septemand The Age on October 2, Inga Clendinnen was one of Australia’s greatest writers and thinkers.
This selection covers the full scope of her writing, from Tiger’s Eye to Aztecs, from Boyer Lectures to essays on all manner of rich array is introduced by acclaimed historian James Boyce, who.
Inga Clendinnen's account of the Aztecs recreates the culture of that city in its last unthreatened years. It provides a vividly dramatic analysis of Aztec ceremony as performance art, binding the key experiences and concerns of social existence in the late imperial city to the mannnered violence of their ritual Range: $ - $ Reading the Holocaust by Inga Clendinnen Book Resume: In this searching and eloquent book, Inga Clendinnen explores the experience of the Holocaust from both the victims' and the perpetrators' point of view in an attempt to extract the comprehensible—the recognisably human—from the unthinkable.
Was a fan of Inga Clendinnen before I started reading this book. Still a fan but it's really a slog. I stopped reading it a while ago and probably won't return. Kind of a slow and grinding analysis of largely inferred cultural practices.
Turns out I like books with stories/5(12). Inga Clendinnen is a writer, academic and historian whose work on Aztec and Mayan cultures and the Holocaust has been praised around the world.
Recently, she has also turned her attention to the historical relationship between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians. Inher book, Reading the Holocaust, was named best book of the year by the New York Times and won the.
An astonishing memoir by one of Australia's greatest writers. Clendinnen takes us on a journey into dangerous territory in which her body, her mind and her life are irrevocably changed.
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Inthe city of Tenochtitlan, magnificent centre of the Aztec empire, fell Brand: Cambridge University Press.The author, Inga Clendinnen, aimed to reconstruct the story of the European and Australian interaction from both perspectives compared to one point of view. Since authors often make one interpretation and discuss their view in their novel, her intention was to be mutual on both sides, so the reader.