Gendered Bricolage: Pinterest, Tumblr, and the 19th Century Commonplace Book
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- 1. , , and the 19th Century Commonplace Book. Evan Hayles Gledhill, PhD Candidate, University of Reading Gendered Bricolage:
- 2. [the bricoluer] interrogates all the heterogeneous objects of which his treasury is composed to discover what each of them could 'signify' and so contribute to the definition of a set which has yet to materialize Claude Levi-Strauss, The Savage Mind
- 3. Posts from the blogs you follow, in chronological order To add to your own blog, chose a preformatted content category
- 4. Actors grouped by appearance in a particular series. Not in order of appearance, fan popularity, or length of residence on show. Arrangement is aesthetic. No names
- 5. No identification of actors No source for quote No specific order No single link between source texts
- 6. Gifset when viewed online, each image is a small clip of the action onstage. This set is themed by costume changes. The play is A Streetcar Named Desire, and the actress Gillian Anderson. The set is labelled clearly.
- 7. ORomeo, Romeo, wherefore art thou Romeo? Inscription in pencil, on engraving carefully cut from larger page and pasted into album
- 8. This link takes you to the text of the play from which the quotation is drawn, to the scene itself, providing context.
- 9. Actors name the most prominent the character he is portraying is second The publisher of the image is the information below that
- 10. Thank you. firstname.lastname@example.org Picture attribution: Special Collections, Manchester Metropolitan University Library