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
Visual History Web site The journal aims to promote research in a new field of historical investigation. ‘Visual History’ recognizes the pivotal role played by image in information age and tries to analyze its multifarious forms and polysemic potential over time, from art objects to illustrations, advertisements, photographs and pictograms. The visual approach Continue Reading
Visual Anthropology Volume 28, Issue 5, 2015 Heike Becker How We See Our Culture: Photographic Self-Representations from the Cape Flats, South Africa Mario Rutten & Sanderien Verstappen Reflections on Migration through Film: Screening of an Anthropological Documentary on Indian Youth in London Sunny Yoon Taming the Primitive: Multiculturalism and the Anthropological Continue Reading
The Society for Visual Anthropology invites applications for the co-editorship of its journal, Visual Anthropology Review (VAR). One of the current co-editors will finish his service to VAR in May 2016, and SVA seeks an individual to transition into the position of a new co-editor during the Spring 2016 semester. The typical period for a co-editorship is three years. Continue Reading
L’Homme, vol. 198-199, 2011 De l’anthropologie visuelle Jean-Paul Colleyn Présentation Manthia Diawara Le cinéma populaire et le nouvel imaginaire social Jean-Paul Colleyn Corps, décor et envers du décor dans les vidéos populaires africaines Élodie Perreau Telenovelas et débats sociaux. La fiction comme espace public de discussion au Brésil Sylvain Maresca Continue Reading
Visual Ethnography, vol. 4, n. 1, 2015 Issue in printed version: € 16 + shipment Subscription The journal is available also in online version at www.vejournal.org Table of Contents ARTICLES Kathrin Oester, Bernadette Brunner Jean Rouch Back in School: Teaching and research as a parallel process through media projects with adolescents in Switzerland Diana M. […]Continue Reading
Visual Anthropology vol. 28, n. 4, 2015 SUMMARY Geoffrey Gowlland Imaging/Imagining Craftwork Alanna Cant One Image, Two Stories: Ethnographic and Touristic Photography and the Practice of Craft in Mexico Geoffrey Gowlland Unpacking Craft Skills: What Can Images Reveal about the Embodied Experience of Craft? Soumhya Venkatesan After the Event: Video and Its Potential for Continue Reading
Summary Paul Hockings Introduction: Style among Visual Anthropologists Drid Williams Style in the DAnce and Human Movement Studies Frank Vigneron Period Style as "Life Cycle" in Euro-American and Chinese Painting Silvio Carta Documentary Film, Observational Style and Postmodern Anthropology Continue Reading