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Negotiating the Pleasure of Glass : Production, Consumption, and Affective Regimes in Renaissance Venice
Since the Renaissance, glass has been associated with Venice like no other material. It represents a local industry and its international prestige. While research has mostly focused on high-end products, this chapter takes a broader approach. It illuminates the entire spectrum of glass production and its significance for the economy and trade of Renaissance Venice. It investigates how glass as a material affected the society of Renaissance Venice. In general, the low price of glass made it indoi:10.5451/unibas-ep84379 fatcat:uyqmn5ojbfap3bppfxtcbyvtm4