Studies in Visual Communication 1974-1985 Studies in Visual Communication (SVC) grew out of the pioneer Studies in the Anthropology of Visual Communication (SAVICOMM) that was launched in 1974 under the auspices of the American Anthropological Association and edited by Sol Worth of the Annenberg School at Penn. The journal signaled a revival of scholarly work […]Continue Reading
Visual Anthropology Vol. 30, N. 3 SUMMARY Introduction City Visualscapes, an Introduction Valentina Anzoise, Paolo Barberi & Giuseppe Scandurra Perception and (re)framing of Urban Environments: A Methodological Reflection toward Sentient Research Valentina Anzoise Video Ethnography and Critical Research for More Democratic Urbanization: The Case of Milan’s Chinatown Continue Reading
Visual Ethnography Vol. 5, N. 2, 2016 Exploring Digital Ethnography through Embodied Perspective, Role-Playing and Community Participation and Design Issue edited by Natalie Underberg-Goode (University of Central Florida) www.vejournal.org SUMMARY ARTICLES Exploring Digital Ethnography through Embodied Perspective, Role-Playing and Community Participation and Design. Continue Reading
Visual Anthropology, vol. 29, n. 4-5 Summary Dmitry V. Arzyutov Samoyedic Diary: Early Years of Visual Anthropology in the Soviet Arctic Lamont Lindstrom Shooting Melanesians: Martin Johnson and Edward Salisbury in the Southwest Pacific Roos Gerritsen Intimacy on Display: Movie Stars, Images and Everyday Life in South India Arnd Schneider A Black Box for Participatory […]Continue Reading
Visual Ethnography, Vol. 5, n. 1, 2016 Participatory Approaches to Visual Ethnography from the Digital to the Handmade Issue edited by Francesca Bayre, Krista Harper and Ana I. Afonso Summary FRANCESCA BAYRE, KRISTA HARPER, ANA ISABEL AFONSO PARTICIPATORY APPROACHES TO VISUAL ETHNOGRAPHY FROM THE DIGITAL TO THE HANDMADE. AN INTRODUCTION Open access > Continue Reading
Visual Anthropology, Vol. 29, N. 3 Special Issue: Visual Revolutions in the Middle East Visual Revolutions in the Middle East Mark R. Westmoreland & Diana K. Allan 14.3 Seconds: Politics, Art and the Archival Imagination Peter Limbrick Thinking with X-rays: Investigating the Politics of Visibility through the Ottoman Sultan Abdülhamid’s Photography Collection Continue Reading
Visual Anthropology Vol. 29 N. 2 Special Issue: Medicine, Photography and Anthropology Christos Lynteris & Ruth J. Prince Anthropology and Medical Photography: Ethnographic, Critical and Comparative Perspectives Pp. 101-117 Christos Lynteris The Prophetic Faculty of Epidemic Photography: Chinese Wet Markets and the Imagination of the Next Pandemic Pp. 118-132 Ann H. Continue Reading
Visual Anthropology vol. 29, n. 1 SUMMARY Death and Rebirth: Images of Death in Sicily Rosario Perricone pages 1-21 Contemporary Chinese TV Serials: Configuring Collective Memory of Socialist Nostalgia via the Cultural Revolution Shenshen Cai pages 22-35 The Epidemiologist as Culture Hero: Visualizing Humanity in the Age of “the Next Pandemic” Christos Lynteris pages 36-53 Continue Reading
VISUAL ETHNOGRAPHY vol. 4, n. 2 is available in printed and online version www.vejournal.org SUMMARY ARTICLES Bill Buse What Becomes A Bride The Most: The Yemenite Jewish Henna ABSTRACT The Yemenite Jewish henna bride is widely admired and envied in Israel. Her iconic image is reified and exhibited in shops, on billboards, and in museums […]Continue Reading
Images du Travail, Travail des Images Cette revue entend rassembler chercheurs et professionnels autour d’hypothèses de travail communes. Il s’agira dans un premier temps de rendre compte de l’actualité de la recherche et des productions dans le champ, et d’offrir un espace de débat autour de ces questions. C’est dans cet échange que s’élabore la […]Continue Reading