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Newbury Darren


Taylor and Francis

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167,42 PLN
Wysyłamy w 21 dni

Opis produktu

'P>This collection explores womens multifaceted historical and contemporary involvement in photography in Africa. '/P>'P>'/P>'P>The book offers new ways of thinking about the history of photography exploring through case studies the complex and historically specific articulations of gender and photography on the continent and attending to the challenge and potential of contemporary feminist and postcolonial engagements with the medium. The volume is organised in thematic sections that present the lives and work of historically significant yet overlooked women photographers as well as the work of acclaimed contemporary African women photographers such as Hęla Ammar Fatoumata Diabatę Lebohang Kganye and Zanele Muholi. The book offers critical reflections on the politics of gendered knowledge production and the production of racialised and gendered identities and alternative and subaltern subjectivities. Several chapters illuminate how contemporary African women photographers collectors and curators are engaging with colonial photographic archives to contest stereotypical forms of representation and produce powerful counterhistories. '/P>'P>'/P>'P>Raising critical questions about race gender and the history of photography the collection provides a model for interdisciplinary feminist approaches for scholars and students of art history visual studies and African history.'P>Preface'/P>'P>List of contributors'/P>'P>'/P>'P>Ń'/P>'P>1. New lines of sight: Perspectives on women and photography in Africa'/P>'P>'I>Darren Newbury Lorena Rizzo and Kylie Thomas'/P>'/I>'P>'/P>'B>'P>PART I: WRITING WOMEN INTO PHOTOGRAPHIC HISTORIES'/P>'/B>'P>'/P>'P>2. A working womans eye: Anne Fischer and the South African photography of Weimar women in exile'/P>'I>'P>Jessica Williams'/P>'/I>'P>'/P>'P>3. Curating images performing narratives: Women and photography in the Usakos old location'/P>'I>'P>Lorena Rizzo'/P>'/I>'P>'/P>'P>4. Women photographers in Angola and Mozambique (19091950): A history of an absence'/P>'I>'P>Ins Vieira Gomes'/P>'/I>'P>'/P>'B>'P>PART II: PHOTOGRAPHIC DIALOGUES WITH THE PAST'/P>'/B>'P>'/P>'P>5. śDont touch: Inheriting the Deo Gratias Photo Studio in Ghana an interview with Kate TamakloeVanderpuije'/P>'I>'P>Rachel Ama Asaa Engmann'/P>'/I>'P>'/P>'P>6. Photographic representations of Tunisian women from the late 1940s to the present: A transgenerational palimpsest'/P>'I>'P>Dora CarpenterLatiri'/P>'/I>'P>'/P>'P>7. Some collaborative readings of personal and cultural photographs from Southern Africa in the 1980s'/P>'I>'P>Biddy Partridge'/P>'/I>'P>'/P>'B>'P>PART III: GENDER AND SEXUALITY IN PHOTOGRAPHIC PRACTICE'/P>'/B>'P>'/P>'P>8. śWe own the nig

Data Publikacji: 2020-10-27
Wymiary: 234 mm 156 mm 571.53 gr

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