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- From the birth of photography to the death of the author/ Marcy J. Dinius -- Picturing the great unknown: John Wesley Powell and the divergent paths of art and science in the representation of the Colorado River and Utah canyonlands/ Roderick Coover -- "Watch how dem touris' like fe look": tourist photography and Claude McKay's Jamaica/ Leah Rosenberg -- Captured things: Man Ray's object photography/ Janine Mileaf -- Photography's linguistic turn: on Werner Graeff's here comes the new photographer!/ Daniel H. Magilow -- The power of what is not there: James Agee's Let us now praise famous men/ Stuart Burrows -- Playing doll/ Liliane Weissberg -- Situating images: photography, writing, and cinema in the work of Guy Debord/ Tyrus Miller -- The generation of postmemory/ Marianne Hirsch -- Picturing the specter of history: Zhang Ailing's visual practice/ Xiaojue Wang -- Sphinxes without secrets: W.G. Sebald's albums and the aesthetics of photographic exchange/ Adrian Daub -- Nothing to say: the war on terror and the mad photography of Roland Barthes/ Karen Beckman.
- 9780816674695 (hbk. : acid-free paper)
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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