Humanitarian photography : a history / Heide Fehrenbach, Northern Illinois University, Davide Rodogno, Graduate Institute of Geneva
- New York : Cambridge University Press logo, 2014.
- Physical Description:
- 1 online resource
- Additional Creators:
- Fehrenbach, Heide and Rodogno, Davide, 1972-
- Introduction: The morality of sight: humanitarian photography in history / Heide Fehrenbach and Davide Rodogno -- Picturing pain: evangelicals and the politics of pictorial humanitarianism in an imperial age / Heather Curtis -- Framing atrocity: photography and humanitarianism -- Christina Twomey -- The limits of exposure: atrocity photographs in the Congo Reform campaign / Kevin Grant -- Photography, visual culture, and the Armenian genocide / Peter Balakian -- Developing the humanitarian image in late 19th and early 20th century China / Caroline Reeves -- Photography, cinema, and the quest for influence: the international committee of the Red Cross in the wake of the first World War / Francesca Piana -- Children and other civilians: photography and the politics of humanitarian image-making / Heide Fehrenbach -- Sights of benevolence: UNRRA's recipients portrayed / Silvia Salvatici -- All the world loves a picture: the World Health Organization's visual politics, 1948-1973 / Thomas David and Davide Rodogno -- "A" as in Auschwitz, "B" as in Biafra: the Nigerian civil war, visual narratives of genocide, and the fragmented universalization of the Holocaust / Lasse Heerten -- Finding the right image: British development NGOs and the regulation of imagery / Henrietta Lidchi -- Dilemmas of ethical practice in the production of contemporary humanitarian photography / Sanna Nissinen.
- 9781107587694 electronic bk.
1107587697 electronic bk.
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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