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Conflicting Politics And Contesting Borders: Exhibiting (Japanese) Manchuria At The Chicago World's Fair, 1933–34, Kari Shepherdson-Scott Jul 2015

Conflicting Politics And Contesting Borders: Exhibiting (Japanese) Manchuria At The Chicago World's Fair, 1933–34, Kari Shepherdson-Scott

Kari L Shepherdson-Scott

No abstract provided.


Crossing The Human/Nature Divide: Musings On Landscape In The Writings Of 20th And 21st Century Photographers, Chase Clow Apr 2015

Crossing The Human/Nature Divide: Musings On Landscape In The Writings Of 20th And 21st Century Photographers, Chase Clow

Chase Clow

No abstract available


Ethics Of Landscape Photography, Chase Clow Dec 2014

Ethics Of Landscape Photography, Chase Clow

Chase Clow

No abstract available


Gelang: A Photography Of Belonging, Chase Clow Aug 2014

Gelang: A Photography Of Belonging, Chase Clow

Chase Clow

No abstract available


"The Real Ida May: A Fugitive Tale In The Archives", Mary Niall Mitchell Dec 2012

"The Real Ida May: A Fugitive Tale In The Archives", Mary Niall Mitchell

Mary Niall Mitchell

No abstract provided.


Imovie, Shannon Kelly Dec 2011

Imovie, Shannon Kelly

Shannon C Kelly

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Francis Watts Lee: A Reintroduction, Patricia Fanning Dec 2011

Francis Watts Lee: A Reintroduction, Patricia Fanning

Patricia J. Fanning

Francis Watts Lee and his family hold a unique position in the history of photography. Most familiar are photographs of Lee's daughter Peggy, taken by F. Holland Day, and the striking portrait of Peggy and her mother, Agnes Rand Lee, in Gertrude Käsebier's composition, Blessed Art Thou among Women. Few may be aware that Francis Watts Lee was a photographer himself, as well as a talented printer, and was largely responsible for introducing the distinctive soft-focus Pinkham/Smith lens to the United States. This article reintroduces Lee to the photographic community, detailing his contributions to the field and ...


All Our Relations: A Photographic Exposé, Keiko Ehret, Chase Clow Dec 2011

All Our Relations: A Photographic Exposé, Keiko Ehret, Chase Clow

Chase Clow

No abstract available


A Journey Of Bread, Holly Butchyk Dec 2011

A Journey Of Bread, Holly Butchyk

Holly Butchyk

No abstract provided.


Pool Party, Holly Butchyk Dec 2010

Pool Party, Holly Butchyk

Holly Butchyk

No abstract provided.


The Childhood Of Human Rights: The Kodak On The Congo, Sharon Sliwinski Dec 2009

The Childhood Of Human Rights: The Kodak On The Congo, Sharon Sliwinski

Sharon Sliwinski

This chapter examines the Congo reform movement’s use of atrocity photographs in their human rights campaign (c. 1904–13) against Belgian King Leopold, colonial ruler of the Congo Free State. This material analysis shows that human rights are conceived by spectators who, with the aid of the photographic apparatus, are compelled to judge that crimes against humanity are occurring to others. The article also tracks how this judgement has been haunted by the potent wish to undo the suffering witnessed. 


Through An Uncommon Lens : The Life And Photography Of F. Holland Day, Patricia Fanning Dec 2007

Through An Uncommon Lens : The Life And Photography Of F. Holland Day, Patricia Fanning

Patricia J. Fanning

Based in the Boston area, F. Holland Day (1864-1933) was a central figure in artistic circles on both sides of the Atlantic. Publisher of Oscar Wilde and Stephen Crane, mentor to a young Kahlil Gibran, adviser and friend to photographers Alvin Langdon Coburn and Edward Steichen, Day lived a life devoted to art and beauty. At the turn of the twentieth century, his reputation rivaled that of Alfred Stieglitz.
A pioneer in the field of pictorial photography, Day was also an influential book publisher in the Arts and Crafts tradition. He cofounded the publishing company of Copeland and Day, which ...


Imaginings, Chase Clow Dec 2007

Imaginings, Chase Clow

Chase Clow

No abstract available


Imagining La Capital: Photography And La Chica Moderna, Mexico City, 1933, Ageeth Sluis Feb 2003

Imagining La Capital: Photography And La Chica Moderna, Mexico City, 1933, Ageeth Sluis

Ageeth Sluis

No abstract provided.


Nantucket Geometry Lessons: Photographs Of Nantucket Island Architecture, Gregory Spaid Dec 2001

Nantucket Geometry Lessons: Photographs Of Nantucket Island Architecture, Gregory Spaid

Gregory Spaid

No abstract provided.