Current Issue: Spring 2017
Volume 33, Issue 1
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The Imperial Condition of Photography in Palestine: Archives, Looting, and the Figure of the Infiltrator
Framing Visual Politics: Photography of the Wall in Palestine
Nayrouz Abu Hatoum
Let There Be Light: Wauja People and the Practice of Photographic Primitivism in Sebastião Salgado’s Genesis
If You Were in My Sneakers: Migration Stories in the Studio Photography of Dakar based Omar Victor Diop
The Red Kiss of the Past that Does Not Pass”: State Socialism in Albanian Visual Art Today
Censorship and Ethnographic Film: Confronting State Bureaucracies, Cultural Regulation, and Institutionalized Homophobia in India
Atlas of Dreams: Unveiling the Invisible in the San Francisco Bay Area
Lydia Nakashima Degarrod
Roots of Love. Harjant Gill. 2011, 26min, color. Produced by PSBT, Tilotama Productions.
Mardistan (Macholand). Harjant Gill, 2014, 28min, color. Produced by PSBT, Tilotama Productions.
Sent Away Boys. Harjant Gill. 2016, 45min, color. Produced by PSBT, Tilotama Productions.
https://vimeo.com/153447836 (password: punjab)
Bingat (Sherds). Choy Pangilinan, Qubry Quesada, Abet Umil, and Joolia Demigillo, 2015, 112 minutes, color. Distributed by University of the Philippines Film Institute, email@example.com
Yield. Toshihiko Uriu & Victor Delotavo Tagaro, 2017, 89 minutes, color. Distributed by T.I.U. Cinema, firstname.lastname@example.org
War is a Tender Thing. Adjani Guerrero Arumpac, 2013, 70 minutes, color. Distributed by Saltwater Cinema, email@example.com
In Search of a Lost Avant-Garde: An Anthropologist Investigates the Contemporary Art Museum.
Matti Bunzl. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2015.
Swedish Design: An Ethnography.
Keith M. Murphy. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2015.
Soulmaker: The Times of Lewis Hine
Alexander Nemerov. New Jersey: Princeton University Press, 2016.