21A.348 Photography and Truth, Spring 2005
Photography and Truth
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Photographs in anthropology serve many purposes: as primary data, illustrations of words in a book, documentation for disappearing cultures, evidence of fieldwork, material objects for museum exhibitions, and even works of art. This course explores photography as art, research tool, and communication.
Photography, anthropology, culture, subject and treatment of image, art, ethnographic documentation, ethnography, documentary, museum photography, taking pictures, Middle East, North Africa, Abu Ghraib
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