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Made to be seen : perspectives on the history of visual anthropology / edited by Marcus Banks and Jay Ruby
Alternate Title Perspectives on the history of visual anthropology
Chicago ; London : University of Chicago Press, c2011
book jacket
Location Call Number Status
 3rd Floor  GN347 .M33 2011    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) Visual anthropology
Physical Description 419 p. : ill. ; 24 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents Skilled visions : toward an ecology of visual inscriptions / Cristina Grasseni -- Material visions : dress and textiles / Sandra Dudley -- Visual anthropology and the built environment : interpretations of the visible and the invisible / Roxana Waterson -- Unfinished dialogues : notes toward an alternative history of art and anthropology / Arnd Schneider -- Theorizing "the body" in visual culture / Brenda Farnell -- Tracing photography / Elizabeth Edwards -- Ethnographic film / Matthew Durington and Jay Ruby -- Digital visual anthropology : potentials and challenges / Sarah Pink -- Native intelligence : a short history of debates on indigenous media and ethnographic film / Faye Ginsburg -- Productive dissonance and sensuous image-making : visual anthropology and experimental film / Kathryn Ramey -- Anthropology and the problem of audience reception / Stephen Putnam Hughes -- Hindsight/postscript : ethical and epistemic reflections on/of anthropological vision / Michael Herzfeld
Alternate Author Banks, Marcus
Ruby, Jay

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