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Four Dimensions Of Photographic Vision, Chase Clow Jan 2016

Four Dimensions Of Photographic Vision, Chase Clow

Chase Clow

A Sounding Board conversation with photographer Chase Clow who discusses different dimensions of photographic vision and gaining intimacy with the places we inhabit.


Photogrammar: Organizing Visual Culture Through Geography, Text Mining, And Statistical Analysis, Taylor Arnold, Peter Leonard, Lauren Tilton Jun 2014

Photogrammar: Organizing Visual Culture Through Geography, Text Mining, And Statistical Analysis, Taylor Arnold, Peter Leonard, Lauren Tilton

Peter Leonard

The Farm Security Administration – Office of War Information photographic dataset is a collection of over 170,000 monochrome and colour photographs, commissioned between 1935 and 1945 by the government of the United States of America. Offering a unique snapshot of the nation during the period, it serves as an important visual record for scholars and the public­at­large. The FSA­OWI photographic archive has been digitized by United States Library of Congress, and because the photographs were taken on behalf of the United States Government, access to and use of the collection is essentially free and open. The Photogrammar ...


The Young White Faces Of Slavery, Mary Niall Mitchell Jan 2014

The Young White Faces Of Slavery, Mary Niall Mitchell

Mary Niall Mitchell

No abstract provided.


“La Masacre De Las Bananeras Y La Ontología Política De La Fotografía De Juan Carlos Henao: : Ariella Azoulay Y Gabriel García Márquez” (The Massacre Of The Banana Plantations And The Political Ontology Of Juan Carlos Henao’S Photography: Ariella Azoulay And Gabriel García Márquez), Andrés Henao Castro Dec 2013

“La Masacre De Las Bananeras Y La Ontología Política De La Fotografía De Juan Carlos Henao: : Ariella Azoulay Y Gabriel García Márquez” (The Massacre Of The Banana Plantations And The Political Ontology Of Juan Carlos Henao’S Photography: Ariella Azoulay And Gabriel García Márquez), Andrés Henao Castro

Andrés Fabián Henao-Castro

No abstract provided.


Impact: The Legacy Of Art Educator Jane Wilson, Shawna Hanel, Tricia Stackle Aug 2012

Impact: The Legacy Of Art Educator Jane Wilson, Shawna Hanel, Tricia Stackle

Shawna Hanel

Art education is about developing visual literacy in a multi-cultural, multi-media world and empowering people to bring their analytic ideas into synthetic form. This process of creating teaches patience, endurance, respect for materials, and adds to our feeling of usefulness and security. Learning to form makes us understand all forming; this is the fundamental knowing. Jane Wilson, art educator at Bishop Kelly High School for thirty-three years, was committed to teaching visual literacy, creativity and skills for fundamental knowing. She taught thousands of students throughout her career, planting seeds in their lives, opening them to growth in self-awareness, self-expression, and ...


River Rising, May 2011. A Photo Essay. Part Il, Doreen Piano Dec 2010

River Rising, May 2011. A Photo Essay. Part Il, Doreen Piano

Doreen M Piano

In May 2011, the Mississippi River rose to unprecedented heights, threatening a worst-case scenario of massive flooding throughout metropolitan New Orleans and other outlying regions.Two spillways north of the city opened in May 2011 diverting waters into Lake Ponchartrain and the Atchafalaya Basin, but the river still ran high through June.


River Rising, May 2011. A Photo Essay. Part I., Doreen Piano Dec 2010

River Rising, May 2011. A Photo Essay. Part I., Doreen Piano

Doreen M Piano

In May 2011, the Mississippi River rose to unprecedented heights, threatening a worst-case scenario of massive flooding throughout metropolitan New Orleans and other outlying regions


Historic Photos Of Ernest Hemingway, James Plath Feb 2009

Historic Photos Of Ernest Hemingway, James Plath

James Plath

From the 1920s until his death in 1961, “Papa” Hemingway was a larger-than-life literary figure whose everyday exploits became legendary. He was a friend of celebrities, a war correspondent, journalist, renowned big-game hunter, record-setting saltwater angler, and hard-drinking brawler whose reputation preceded him. Though Hemingway was and remains an American icon, he was also first and foremost a human being, as these striking black-and-white photos remind.
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Queer Transitions In Contemporary Spanish Culture: From Franco To La Movida, Gema Pérez-Sánchez Dec 2006

Queer Transitions In Contemporary Spanish Culture: From Franco To La Movida, Gema Pérez-Sánchez

Gema Pérez-Sánchez

Gema Pérez-Sánchez argues that the process of political and cultural transition from dictatorship to democracy in Spain can be read allegorically as a shift from a dictatorship that followed a self-loathing “homosexual” model to a democracy that identified as a pluralized “queer” body. Focusing on the urban cultural phenomenon of la movida, she offers a sustained analysis of high queer culture, as represented by novels, along with an examination of low queer culture, as represented by comic books and films. Pérez-Sánchez shows that urban queer culture played a defining role in the cultural and political processes that helped to move ...


A Note On Punctum, Sharon Sliwinski Dec 2005

A Note On Punctum, Sharon Sliwinski

Sharon Sliwinski

A note on Roland Barthes' punctum.


Forward, Robert Bray Nov 1988

Forward, Robert Bray

Robert Bray

No abstract provided.