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Photography : theoretical snapshots

Author: J J Long; Andrea Noble; Edward Welch
Publisher: London ; New York : Routledge, 2009.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Offering exciting perspectives on photography theory today from some of the world's leading critics and theorists, this work introduces new means of looking at photographs, and addresses the question of photography history, revisiting the work of influential theorists such as Roland Barthes, Walter Benjamin, and the October group.
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: J J Long; Andrea Noble; Edward Welch
ISBN: 9780415477062 0415477069 9780415477079 0415477077 9780203869031 0203869036
OCLC Number: 227918333
Description: x, 179 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: List of Figures About the ContributorsIntroduction A Small History of Photography Studies Edward Welch and J.J. Long 1. Mindless Photography John Tagg 2. Thinking Photography beyond the Visual? Elizabeth Edwards 3. On Snapshot Photography: Rethinking Photographic Power In Public And Private Spheres Catherine Zuromskis 4. Family Photography and the Global Drama of Human Rights Andrea Noble 5. Dreams of Ordinary Life: Cartes-De-Visite and the Bourgeois Imagination Geoffrey Batchen 6. Race and Reproduction in Camera Lucida Shawn Michelle Smith 7. Benjamin, Atget, and the 'Readymade' Politics of Postmodern Photography Studies Kelly Dennis 8. Being Exposed: Thinking Photography and Community in Spencer Tunick's Naked World Through the Lens of Jean-Luc Nancy Louis Kaplan 9. Plato's Dilemma: 'And in This Fairy World of Labour See / A Type Of What The Actual World Should Be' Donald Preziosi Bibliography Index.
Responsibility: edited by J.J. Long, Andrea Noble, and Edward Welch.
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Offers perspectives on photography theory from some of the world's leading critics and theorists. Ranging from the most personal to the most dehumanized uses of photography, from the 19th century  Read more...

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