Colour Studies: A Broad Spectrum

Anderson, W., Biggam, C. P., Hough, C. and Kay, C., (Eds.) (2014) Colour Studies: A Broad Spectrum. John Benjamins: Amsterdam. ISBN 9789027212191

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Publisher's URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1075/z.191

Abstract

This volume presents some of the latest research in colour studies by specialists across a wide range of academic disciplines. Many are represented here, including anthropology, archaeology, the fine arts, linguistics, onomastics, philosophy, psychology and vision science. The chapters have been developed from papers and posters presented at the Progress in Colour Studies (PICS12) conference held at the University of Glasgow. Papers from the earlier PICS04 and PICS08 conferences were published by John Benjamins as Progress in Colour Studies, 2 volumes, 2006 and New Directions in Colour Studies, 2011, respectively. The opening chapter of this new volume stems from the conference keynote talk on prehistoric colour semantics by Carole P. Biggam. The remaining chapters are grouped into three sections: colour and linguistics; colour categorization, naming and preference; and colour and the world. Each section is preceded by a short preface drawing together the themes of the chapters within it. There are thirty-one colour illustrations.

Item Type:Edited Books
Status:Published
Glasgow Author(s) Enlighten ID:Kay, Professor Christian and Hough, Professor Carole and Biggam, Dr Carole and Anderson, Dr Wendy
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College/School:College of Arts > School of Critical Studies > English Language and Linguistics
Publisher:John Benjamins
ISBN:9789027212191

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