Photography, anthropology and history : expanding the frame/ edited by Christopher Morton, Elizabeth Edwards.
Contributor(s): Morton, Christopher A | Edwards, ElizabethPublisher: Farnham : Ashgate, 2009.Description: xviii, 290 p. : ill., ; 24 cm.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Introduction, Elizabeth Edwards and Christopher Morton; Part 1 Historicizing Visual Anthropology: 'Distempered daubs' and encyclopaedic world maps: the ethnographic significance of panoramas and mappaemundi, Alison Griffiths; Anthropology and the cinematic imagination, David MacDougall.; Part 2 Institutional Structures: Salvaging our past: photography and survival in late 19th-century England, Elizabeth Edwards; Frozen poses: Hamat'sa dioramas, recursive representation, and the making of a Kwakwaka'wakw icon, Aaron Glass.; Part 3 Fieldwork: The initiation of Kamanga: visuality and textuality in Evans-Pritchard's Zande ethnography, Christopher Morton; 'For scientific purposes a stand camera is essential': salvaging photographic histories in Papua, Joshua A. Bell; Visual methods in early Japanese anthropology: Torii Ryuzo in Taiwan, Ka F. Wong; Theodor Koch-Grunberg and visual anthropology in early 20th-century German anthropology, Paul Hempel.; Part 4 Indigenous Histories: Faletau's photocopy, or the mutability of visual history in Roviana, Christopher Wright; John Layard long Malakula 1914-1915: the potency of field photography, Anita Herle; 'Just by bringing these photographs...': on the other meanings of anthropological images, Laura Peers and Alison K. Brown; Selected reading; Index.