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Exposure, SPE's acclaimed journal, welcomes your interest and enthusiasm for photography. For more than 30 years, Exposure has brought its readers a lively mix of scholarly insight, historical perspectives, critical dialogue, educational issues, and reviews of contemporary photographic exhibitions and publications. A list of available issues are listed below.

Single issues cost $15 + $2 for shipping = $17 total
Double issues cost $30 + $2 for shipping = $32 total

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Now Digital on Medium

Now Digital on Medium

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50:1 Spring 2017

50:1 Spring 2017

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A Tribute

  • Visionary Strategist - Anne Wilkes Tucker

Focus

  • Kai: Following hte Cycle of Life in Osamu James Nakagawa's Family Photographs - Claude Cookman
  • Some Thoughts on the Role of Family and Photography in Today's Refugee Crisis - Katherine A. Bussard

View

  • Hereafter: Priya Kambli's Kitchen Gods - Jodi Throckmorton
  • Searching in the Darkness: Daniel W. Coburn's The Hereditary Estate - Jenna Garrett
  • SHOWING (work x family) in Preview: A Project in the Making - Trudy Wilner Stack
  • Julie Shafer: Conquest of the Vertical - Ciara Ennis

Consider

  • Rothstein's Family Portraits - Richard Knox Robinson
  • Family Ties Network - Nicky Bird, Jacqueline Butler, and Sally Waterman

Learn

  • Look Twice: An Intergenerational Perspective on Photography - Marien Siebert
49:2 Fall 2016
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Consider

  • Picturing “Pseudo-Events” in Garry Winogrand’s Public Relations - April M. Watson

View

  • Marie Bovo, Inside and Out - Joanna Szupinska-Myers
  • The Omnipresence of Adam Ekberg - Jamie M. Allen
  • Claudia Smigrod: Paper Light - Kaitlin Booher

Learn

  • Image to Object: Considerations in Choosing a Printing Process and Substrate - Alice Carver-Kubik
  • The Best Camera to Have Is the… Smartphone? Integrating iPhone and iPad Technology into the Photography Curriculum - Sarah Cusimano Miles

Discover

  • Beautiful Terrible Ruins: Detroit and the Anxiety of Decline, by Dora Apel - Reviewed by Brendan Fay

49:1 Spring 2016

49:1 Spring 2016

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Focus

  • Cross Section - David Taylor

View

  • Piss Poles and Hot Lips - Geoffrey Batchen
  • Elisa Julia Gilmour: Ephemeral Poetics - Gaëlle Morel

Consider

  • A Promiscuous Lens - Christopher Russell

Learn

  • Mending Views: The Intersection of Environmental Photography and Planning in Western North Dakota - Meghan L. E. Kirkwood and Dominic L. Fischer

Discover

  • Constructing Worlds: Photography and Architecture in the Modern Era - Reviewed by Andrés Mario Zervigón
  • Kracauer: Photographic Archive - Edited by Maria Zinfert, Reviewed by Bernard L. Herman
48:2 Fall 2015
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48:2 Fall 2015

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Focus

  • Takashi Arai: Silver Plated - Mika Yoshitake
  • Victor Landweber's American Cameras: Referencing Art and Shifting Time - Mark Johnstone

View

  • Beyond the Medium: Detroit Center for Contemporary Photography - Kyohei Abe
  • Public Eye: 175 Years of Sharing Photography - Stephen C. Pinson and Elizabeth Cronin

Learn

  • Hidden Beauty: Exploring the Aesthetics of Medical Science - Norman Barker and Christine lacobuzio-Donahue

Consider

  • Thoughts on the Critical Fortune of Photography into Sculpture - Gloria Williams Sander

Discover

  • Off the Web, On the Wall 2: An SPE Member Show - Reviewed by Barbara Tannenbaum
  • Walker Evans: The Magazine Work by David Campany - Reviewed by Linde Brady Lehtinen
48:1 Spring 2015
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Focus

  • Boreal Collective and Community Building - Laurence Butet-Roch
  • A Garden of Contradictions - Holly Markovitz Goldstein

View

  • The End of Youth: Doug DuBois's My Last Day at Seventeen - Tom Griggs
  • Anita Bunns' Ambient Series - Dion Johnson

Consider

  • "Like Another World": Placing Photographic Practices of Urban Explorers - Andrew Richard Schrock and Rebecca Sittler

Learn

  • Service Learning: Teaching Students More - Matthew Albritton

Discover

  • The Photobook: A History, Volumes 1, 2, and 3 - Reviewed by Michael Dawson
47:2 Fall 2014
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47:2 Fall 2014

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Focus

View

  • Gohar Dashti's Iran, Untitled - Kristen Gresh
  • Slow Still Lifes: Brad Carlile's Tempus Incognitus and Teresa Christiansen's Real Artifice - Todd J. Tubutis
  • Goseong Choi: Between Walls - Dan Leers
  • Tiina Itkonen: Frozen in Time - Pirkko Siitari

Consider

  • The Eye of the (Be)holder: Collaboration, Reciprocity, and Performance in AA Bronson's Parting (Self-)Portrait of General Idea - Deborah Barkun

Discover

  • The Disappearance of Darkness: Photography at the End of the Analogue Era - Reviewed by Matthew Brower
47:1 Spring 2014
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Focus

  • The Bridge Back to Blackness: Chris Johnson and the Art of Social Engagement - Lisa Arrastia

View

  • Insecure Borders: Terri Warpinski's Surface Tension - Katherine Ware
  • Tarrah Krajnak: Strays - Bill Anthes

Learn

  • Collaborations in Context - Hannah Frieser

Consider

  • Lee Friedlander, The American Monument, and Eakins Press - Kim Sichel

Discover

  • Bending the Frame: Photojournalism, Documentary, and the Citizen and Reading Magnum: A Visual Archive of the Modern World - Reviewed by Derrick Price
46:2 Fall 2013
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46:2 Fall 2013

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Focus

  • Abundant Images and the Collective Sublime - Kate Palmer Albers

View

  • Gas Giants and Black Seas, Sharp Shooters and Solar Wind - Brian C Moss
  • Brian C Moss's Pictorial Messaging for the Future - Tyler Stallings
  • What If? - Ariel Shanberg

Consider

  • Albert W Stevens's 1920s Aerial Survey - Rebecca Senf

Learn

  • Photographic Education at San Quentin Prison - Doug Dertinger and Nigel Poor
46:1 Spring 2013

46:1 Spring 2013

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Focus

  • The Archival Box: A Meditation on Photography's Vernacular Histories - Bernard L. Herman

View

  • Rebecca Sittler: All the Presidents' Men - Francesca Romeo
  • In Character: Artists' Role Play in Photography and Video - Allison N. Kemmerer and Michelle Lanuniere
  • Susan Ressler's Los Angeles: High End - Michelle Bogre

Consider

  • "The Negro As He Really Is": W. E. B. Du Bois and Arthur Radclyffe Dugmore

Learn

  • Perspectives on Experienced-Based Learning - Amy E. Schelemanow, with Lisa Vasaturo and Michael Peres

Discover

  • The Photobook: From Talbot to Ruscha and Beyond - Reviewed by Karen Barber
  • Speculating Daguerre: Art and Enterprise in the Work of L. J. M. Daguerre - Reviewed by Beth Saunders
45:2 Fall 2012

45:2 Fall 2012

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Focus

  • From Industrial Parks to the Industrial Sublime: Restaging New Topographics - Kirsten Swenson

View

  • The Lives of Others: The Work of Julia Schlosser - Ciara Ennis
  • Alia Malley:Southland and A Cavalier in Sight of a Village - Kate Palmer Albers
  • Anti-Local: A Collaborative Photography Project by Dominic Lippillo and Mark Schoon - Ray Klimek

Consider

  • "A History Making Occassion": The 1962 Invitation Teaching Conference - Jessica S McDonald

Learn

  • More than One: On the Display of Images in Time and Space - Gary Metz with David Freund

Discover

  • Pacific Standard Time and the Evolution of Photography in Southern California - Reviewed by Linde Brady
  • Light Years: Conceptual Art and the Photograph, 1964-1977, Art Institute of Chicago - Reviewed by Marie-Susanne Langille
  • Containing the Uncontainable Taryn Simon: A Living Man Declared Dead and Other Chapters, Tate Modern, London - Reviewed by Patricia Townsend
45:1 Spring 2012

45:1 Spring 2012

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Focus

  • Being in Pictures: A Commentary on Feminist Visual Narratives in the Digital Age - Joanne Leonard

View

  • Parsing the View to Ponder the Elements: Yoko Kanayama's Urban Forestry - Sally Stein
  • Nicole Jean Hill: Artifacts and Incidents - Julia Alderson
  • Mark Slankard's Topula: Landscapes of New Turkish Suburbia - Natasha Egan

Consider

  • A "Wide and Varied Canvas": The Photographs of Hansel Mieth and Otto Hagel - Dalia Habib Linssen

Learn

  • Artist or Athelete? Or Wrestling with Barthes: Notes on Teaching Critical Theory - Alex Miokovic
  • Overt Subjectivity and the Use of Professional Coaching Tools to Rethink the Educational Art Critique - Rachelle A Dermer, PhD, CPC

Discover

  • Christian Marclay's The Clock - Reviewed by Rebecca Sittler
  • Man Ray | Lee Miller: Partners in Surrealism - Reviewed by Jennifer Quick
44:2 Fall 2011

44:2 Fall 2011

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Converstaions

  • Todd Hido and Elaine O'Neil

Portfolio

  • Marcia Michael Subverts the Post-Colonial Gaze - Qiana Mestrich

Interview

  • Ann Hamilton - On Virtually, Collaboration, and the Vocal Chord - Colette Copeland

Artists Project

  • Listen & Repeat: Nine Audio Photo Assignments from Gregory Halpern and Jason Fulford

Write

  • Photography as Medium for Co-Evolutionary Animal-Human Conversations - Susan R. Ressler and Stephanie S. Turner

Reviews

  • The Panopoly of Adroitness: On Patrick Nagatani and His Desire for Magic - Colin Edgington
  • Leah Macdonald's In My Body - Colette Copeland
  • Bill Diodato's Care of Ward 81 - Matthew Murray
  • The Mexican Suitcase: The Rediscovered Spanish Civil War Negatives of Capa, Chim, and Taro - Melissa Rachleff

Catching Up With

  • Jerome Liebling - Sylvia Sukop


*Digital Audio Supplement for the article Listen & Repeat

44:1 Spring 2011

44:1 Spring 2011

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Converstation

  • The Kamoinge Workshop in Context: An Interview with Louis Draper, Albert Fennar, and Beuford Smith - Erina Duganne

Portfolio

  • Found in the Sea of Digital Noise: The Work of Christopher Baker - Marni Shindelman
  • Taming the Badly Behaved Camera: Michelle Bates and the Holga - Kris Belden-Adams

Profile

  • A Curatorial Vision: The West Collection by Colette Copeland

Essay

  • Photography in the Fresno Feminist Arts Program - Julia Bradshaw

Teaching

  • From the Trenches: The Philosophy That Drives My Teaching in the Los Angeles Inner-City Public High Schools - Joan Dooley
  • Navigating the Photography Workshop Experience - Christina Z. Anderson

Review

  • Rethinking Photography's Impact: The Civil Rights Movement Retold - Melissa Rachleff
  • "Dead or Alive" - Colette Copeland
  • "the mARkeT: I'm..." by Robin Michals
  • "Doug DuBois: All the Days and Nights" - Colette Copeland
  • Jay Wolke's "Architecture of Resignation" - Ivy Cooper

Catching Up With

  • Joan Lyons - Sylvia Sukop
38:1 Spring 2005

38:1 Spring 2005

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Editor's Note

  • Carla Williams

Letter to the Editor
Interview:

  • Interview by Lonnie Graham

Write

  • Go Back and Fetch It: Stephanie Lindsey's Sankofa - Lisa Henry
  • Her Life My Daughter: Two Projects by Betsy Schneider - Stephan Jost
  • The Lewis and Clark Trail Photographic Survey - Brent Phelps
  • Silver and Ink: State of the Teaching Art - Gretchen Garner
  • Passage on the Underground Railroad - Stephen Marc

Exhibition reviews
Reviews

  • Deirdre Visser - Create and Be Recognized - Deborah Klochko and John Turner, editors
  • Clare Charles Cornell, Clarissa Sligh: Wrongly Bodied Two

In Memoriam
Contributors
Benefactors

43:2 Fall 2010

43:2 Fall 2010

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Talk

  • Fazal Sheikh: Vulnerability and Fear and Openness Interview - Eliza Gregory

Portfolio

  • Gabriel Martinez: Portrait's Peeps and Pitbulls - Colette Copeland
  • Of Mermaids and Miss Subways: A Profile of Fiona Gardner - Melissa Rachleff

Write

  • Seeing Dirt, Seeing Beyond Dirt: Photographs By and About Workers - Janet Zandy

Reviews

  • Cao Guo-Qiang's Fallen Blossoms: Explosion Project - Colette Copeland
  • Role Models: Feminine Identity in Contemporary American Photography - Christina Anderson
  • Lukas Felzmann's Waters In Between - Erika Gentry
  • Paolo Ventura's Winter Stories - Colin Edginton
  • Fred Ritchin's After Photography - Kris Belden-Adams
  • Rania Matar's Ordinary Lives - James Rajotte
  • Hank Willis Thomas at the Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival - Natasha Bissonauth

Catching Up With

  • Duane Michals - Sylvia Sukop
43:1 Spring 2010

43:1 Spring 2010

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Talk

  • Chester Higgins Jr. and Laylah Amatullah Barrayn in Conversation with Qiana Mestrich

Portfolio

  • The Art of Loss in Jason Hanasik's He Opened Up Somewhere Along the Eastern Shore - Tammy Rae Carland
  • Rheim Alkadhi: Elements from a Temporary Art Practice in the Auto Mechanics District, Interview - Doris Chon
  • Wendel White: Historical Markings - Melissa Rachleff

Write

  • The Processed Land: Sprawl and Reclamation - Christopher Burnett

Reviews

  • Hidden City Philadelphia - Colette Copeland
  • Naked Las Vegas - Kris Belden-Adams
  • "Looking In: Robert Frank's The Americans" - Melissa Rachleff

Catching Up With

  • Naomi Rosenblum - Sylvia Sukop

Contributions

37:2 Fall 2004

37:2 Fall 2004

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Editor's Nore

  • Joel Eisinger

Write

  • Photography Meets Philately: Cultural Identity, Photographic History, and Visual Literacy in the U.S. Postal Service's Masters of American Photography - Richard N. Masteller
  • Materia Oscura/Dark Matter - Kerry Coppin
  • Abstract Photography: Identifying the Subject - Barbara Savedoff

Reviews

  • "Re-visioning Rephotography" - Mark Rice
  • Mark B. Pohald, Ansel Adams: Divine Performance - Anne Hammond

Contributors

42:2 Fall 2009

42:2 Fall 2009

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Portfolio

  • Moving Parts: The Invented Landscapes of Carlos Diaz - Rod Slemmons
  • Lori Hepner's Binary Code - Colette Copeland
  • Love, Landscape, and Los Angeles: Glynnis Reed's Urban Environments - Lisa Henry

Conversation

  • Witness: A Psychic Collaboration by Nate Larson & Marni Shindelman, Essay and Interview - Leslie K. Brown

Write

  • Zig Jackson's Indian Reservation Series: Discussing the Issues of Land - Anna Heineman
  • eRacial - Kalia Brooks

Reviews

  • An Unlikely Weapon – The Eddie Adams Story - Christina Z. Anderson
  • Strange and Singular - Erika Gentry
  • "Edward Steichen: In High Fashion, The Conde Nast Years, 1923-1937" & "Weird Beauty: Fashion Photography Now" - Melissa Rachleff
  • Counterpoint - Colin Edgington
  • Catherine Opie: American Photography - Colette Copeland

Catching Up With

  • Bruce Davidson - Sylvia Sukop

Contributions

42:1 Spring 2009

42:1 Spring 2009

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About the Cover


Talk

  • Clarissa Sligh and Zanele Muholi in Conversation with Carla Williams

Portfolio

  • Anthony Marchetti's Apartment for Rent, Interview - Ivy Cooper
  • David Gardner's Marking Our Place in the World - Doreen Schmid

Write

  • White on Black: Power Relations in F. Holland Day's Ebony and Ivory - Cherise Smith

Interview

  • Mark Dion Considered - Colette Copeland

Profile

  • Barbara Mensch's South Street - Melissa Rachleff

Reviews

  • Colette Copeland on Jo Whaley's Theater of Insects
  • Kris Belden-Adams on The Call of Trains
  • Christina Z. Anderson on Henry Horenstein's Animalia
  • Christina Z. Anderson on Night and low-Light Photography
41:2 Fall 2008

41:2 Fall 2008

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About the Cover

Portfolio

  • Shelia Pree Bright's Young Americans, Interview - Bridget R. Cooks
  • On Labor and Looking: Erin V. Sotak's Consuming Tableaux, Anna Campbell

Talk

  • Margot Herster in Conversation with Daniel Heyman & Chris Bartlett

Interviews

  • Rediscovering Jacob Riis: A Conversation with Daniel Czitrom & Bonnie Yochelson - Melissa Rachleff
  • Colette Copeland in Conversation with Blaise Tobia, p42

Reviews

  • Ivy Cooper on Danny Wilcox Frazier's Driftless: Photographs from Iowa
  • Ivy Cooper on Brad Zellar's Suburban World: The Norling Photos
  • Robin Michals on Ichthyo: The Architecture of Fish, X-Rays from the Smithsonian Institution
  • Marie-Susanne Langille on Manufactured Landscapes (DVD)
  • Melissa Rachleff on Weegee and the Naked City
  • Kris-Belden-Adams on Documenting the Face of America: Roy Stryker and the F.S.A./O.W.I Photographers (DVD)
  • Colette Copeland on Alex Kirkbride's American Waters

Editor's Note

41:1 Spring 2008

41:1 Spring 2008

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About the Cover
Talk

  • Doug and Mike Starn, Interview - Colette Copeland
  • Sunil Gupta, Interview - Radhika Singh

Teach

  • Photography and Writing: A Pedagogy of Seeing - Janet Zandy

Write

  • Abercrombie & Fitch Life, Style, and Outfitting: A Discriminating Tradition - Hanif O'Neil

Feature

  • Losing and Finding Our Past – The Hunt for the Vernacular Spectacular - Erika Gentry

Reviews

  • Melissa Rachleff on Shirin Neshat
  • Robin Michals on Archive Fever
  • Ivy Moore on American Photobooth
  • Colin Edgington on The Focal Encyclopedia oh Photography
  • Susan Moore on Light and Lens: Photography in the Digital Age
  • Kris Belden-Adams on Photography: A Cultural History
40:2 Fall 2007

40:2 Fall 2007

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About the Cover
Talk

  • Diana Gaston in conversation with Stephanie Syjuco and Jo Whaley, p4

Portfolio

  • M. Alexis Pike, Interview - Shaw Records
  • Bayete Ross Smith, Interview - Kalia Brooks

Teach

  • A New Curriculum for a New Generation: Introducing Students to Photography at the Corcoran College of Art + Design - Andy Grundberg and Claudia Smigrod

Reviews:

  • Robin Michals on Joan Fontecuberta' Landscapes without Memory
  • Susan Moore on Stephen Shore's The Nature of Photographs
  • Marie-Suzanne Langille on Misty Keasler's Love Hotels
  • Gretchen Garner on Duane Michal's Foo Follies
  • Colette Copeland on Gregory Crewdson's Fireflies
  • Kris Belden-Adams on Willi Rose's Shadows of War
  • Colin Edgington on Observations In An Occupied Wilderness and Hoshino's Alaska
  • Melissa Rachleff on Creative Time
  • Ivy Cooper on Ed Freemand's Desert Realty

Editor's Note

40:1 Spring 2007

40:1 Spring 2007

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About the Cover
Talk

  • Tom Barrow & Myra Greene: A Conversation

Portfolio

  • Wendy Phillips, Interview - Jene Watson-Aifah

Program Profile:

  • Manchester Craftsmen's Guild, Dror Yaron, Germaine Watkins, Natalie Tranelli, and Fiona Wilson

Portfolio

  • Jennifer Steensma Hoag, Interview - Darlene Kaczmarczyk

Write

  • The Myth of Neutrality: Re-Considering Conceptual Art Photography - Jordana Moore Saggese

Show

  • Look At My Work, Please! Negotiating the Portfolio Reviews - Betsy Schneider

Reviews

  • Davis Whitely on African American Vernacular Photography: Selections from the Daniel Cowin Collection
  • Kristin Miller on Before the Camera: Remaking Reality and the Make-believe
  • William Coleman on Alvin Gilens: Discovery and Despair
  • Ivy Cooper on Benjamin Stern
  • Susan Moore on Photography for the 21st Century
  • Nancy Breslin on Lauren Greenfield's Thin
  • Robin Michals on Catherinoe Opie's American Cites and Jeff Brouws's -Approaching Nowhere

Editor's Note

39:2 Fall 2006

39:2 Fall 2006

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About the Cover
Editor's Note

  • Carla Williams

Talk

  • Deborah Willis and Susan kae Grant: A Conversation

Portfolio

  • Ifetayo Abdus-Salam
  • Petrushka Bazin
  • Joy Christiansen
  • Kelli Connell

Program Profiles

  • Institute for Photographic Research/Center for Creative Photography - Amy Rule

Portfolio

  • Bill Adams, Interviews - Geoffrey Batchen

Write

  • Shades of Brown and Yellow: Asian Visual Representation in the American Construct - Benjamin Sloat

Teach

  • Fotonovela and Collaborative Storytelling: Researching the Spaces between Image, Text, and Body - Michael J. Emme, Anna Kirova, and Carolina Cambre

Reviews

  • Colin Edgington on Black Rock
  • Marie-Susanne Langille on Contacts
  • Allison Colborne on Peter Hammond / Unit D
  • Al Gilens on "Touched by Katrina'
  • Alexis Adams on "Final Salute" and "Chernobyl Legacy"
  • Rachel Hawthorn on Light in the Dark Room
  • Kris Belden-Adams on Snapshot Chronicles
  • Gretchen Garner on Luke Swank

Letters to the Editor

  • Letters to the Editor, p64
39:1 Spring 2006

39:1 Spring 2006

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About the Cover
Editor's Note

  • Carla Williams

Talk

  • Putting the Digital in Photographic Education: Therese Mulligan talks with Patricia Russotti and Greg Barnett

Teach

  • Critique as a Method of Critical Engagement - Mariah Doren

Portfolio

  • Zoe Strauus, Interview - Katherine Ware
  • Adrienne Pao, Essay - Bridget Cooks

Write

  • The History of Photographic Education in Rochester New York, 1960-1980 - Nancy M. Stuart

Program Profile

  • Mills College - Deirdre Visser

Review

  • Melissa Rachleff on Joel Sternfeld
  • Marie Griffen on Perfect Digital Photography
  • Cicely Sweed on Catherine Wagner
  • Kathryn Davis on Cyril Christo and Marie Wilkinson
  • Kristine Maitland on Kadija de Paula
  • Cinthea Fiss on Clare Charles Cornell
  • Marie-Susanne Langille on Shelby Lee Adams
  • Kalia Brooks on Hung Liu
  • Robin Michals on Edward Burtynsky

What's Hot

38:2 Fall 2005

38:2 Fall 2005

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Editor's Note

  • Carla Williams

Interiew

  • Carl Toth, Interview - Nathan Lyons

Write

  • Models for Critics, 1963-1975 - Henry Holmes Smith
  • Photography and Place: The Concord Photographs of Herbert W. Gleason - Frank Gohlke
  • Tracing the Image: Artist's notes on reinterpreting Trinidad landscapes endless prospects - Roshini Kempadoo
  • Death Rubbings - Damon Sauer
  • Axis of Power - Mark Sealy

Reviews

  • Jean Dykstra, Mary Virginia Swanson: Marketing Guide for Photographers
  • Diana Gaston, Loretta Lux
  • Myra Greene, Masumi Shibata: Karaoke

Books Recieved
Exhibition Reviews


37:1 Spring 2004

37:1 Spring 2004

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Editor's Note

  • Joel Eisinger

Write

  • Photography and Painting: The Evolution of Modern Picture Making in France c. 1860-1880 - Carl Chiarenza and Alisa Luxenberg
  • The Postcards of O.S. Leeland: South Dakota Photographer - Cynthia Elyce Rubin
  • Andreas Gursky: Photographer of the Generic City - Steven Jacobs

Contributors

36:2 Fall 2003

36:2 Fall 2003

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Editor's Note

  • Joel Eisinger

Letter to the Editor

  • A.D. Coleman

Write

  • Jerry Liebling's Minnesota Photographs - Judith Fryer Davidov
  • "The Moment Made Eternal': Photography's Frozen Moment in Literature - Mark B. Pohlad
  • Memorabilia - Sylvia de Swaan
  • Magnum Business - George Slade

Review

  • Robert Silberman, The Dickinsons of Amherst, photographs - Jerome Liebling; essays - Christopher Bengey, Polly Longsworth, and Barton Levi St. Armand

Contributors

35:2 Fall 2002

35:2 Fall 2002

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Introduction

  • Tom Beck

Write

  • Augustus Washington: African American Daguerreotypist - Ann Shumard
  • Crafting Fictions, Telling Truths: Creative Collaboration in the Photography of Roland L. Freeman - Glenn Hinson
  • Memory, Mourning, and Revision: William Earle William's Gettysburg – A Journey in Time -Kimberly W. Bentson

Contributions

34:1/2 Fall 2001

34:1/2 Fall 2001

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Introduction

  • Kathryn Sylva and Robin Lasser

Write

  • Eating Disorders in a Disordered Culture - Kathryn Sylva and Robin Lasser

Portfolio

  • Starving in the Midst of Plenty: The Relationship Between Advertising Images and Eating Disorders - Ann Marie Barry
  • Food Photography and the Inverted Narratives of Desire - Margaretta Lovell
  • Critical Interventions: Eating Behaviors, Gendered Experiences, and the Mass Media - Susan McKenna

A Conversation With

  • Emma Thompson - Kathryn Sylva

Portfolio

  • Daughters of Saint Catherine - Kathi Rick

Interview

  • Joan Jacobs Brumberg – Interview - Ralph Brave, Robin Lasser and Kathryn Sylva

Write

  • Secret Deadly Diet: Always Losing, Woman Fights a War with Food - Brian Plonka

Interview

  • Barton Blinder- Interview - Ralph Brave

Write

  • Art Against Eating Disorders - Patricia Sanders, p51
33:1/2 Fall 2000

33:1/2 Fall 2000

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Introduction

  • Joel Eisinger

Letter to the Editor

  • A.D. Coleman

Write

  • The Impotent Archive: Christian Boltanski, Photography, and Phrenology - Lesley L. Brock
  • The Black Female Body in Photographs from World's Fairs and Expositions - Deborah Willis and Carla Williams
  • Native American Identity in the Making: Gertrude Kasebier's "Girl with the Violin" - Elizabeth Hutchinson
  • Powerful Images: Charles Moore's Photographs of the Birmingham Demonstrations - Joel Eisinger
  • Brown Crayons and Black Dolls: The Art of Coming of Age, Lisa Gail Collins
  • B(l)ack Talk: African American Women's Confrontational Art - Janet T. Marquardt-Cherry

Reviews

  • George Slade
  • James C. Faris: Navajo and Photography: A Critical History of the Representation of an American People
  • Tim Johnston, ed: Spirit Capture: Photographs from the National Museum of the American Indian

Contributors

32:2 Fall 1999

32:2 Fall 1999

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Introduction

  • Kathleen Campbell and David Freund

Write

  • Toward the Empty Place: On the Spiritual in Teaching - A.D. Coleman
  • Postmodernism and Pedagogy: Reassessing the Integration of Theory and Practice in Undergraduate Photography Curricula - Steven Skopik
  • The Family Album: A Feminist Perspective, by Robert Lowing
  • Women Artists of the American West: New Frontiers in Distance Learning - Susan Ressler
  • Visual Literacy in Photographic Education: Four Key Elements - Roger Sayre, Susan Dunkerley, David Horton, Mary R. Fullwood
  • Photography at the Crossroads: The Coexistence of Chemical and Digital Processes - Michael Ensdorf
  • Binding Students Together - Douglas Holleley
  • Reading Photography and Video in the Contemporary Classroom - Margaret Stratton

Reviews

  • Joel Eisinger
  • A.D. Coleman: Depth of Field: Essays on Photography, Mass Media, and the Lens Culture
  • A.D. Coleman: The Digital Evolution, Visual Communication in the Electronic Age: Essays, Lectures and Interviews 1967-1998
  • Brian Taylor
  • Robert Hirsch: Seizing the Light: A History of Photography
  • Jim Flory
  • Alma Davenport: The History of Photography – An Overview

Contrubutions
Correction

32:1 Spring 1999

32:1 Spring 1999

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Introduction

  • Kathleen Campbell

Letters to the Edtitor

  • A.D. Coleman; Martha Langford

Write

  • Photographers and the Mutter Museum - Gretchen Worden
  • I Always Thought My Body Would Betray Me -Lynne Brown
  • Extending Human Vision - Perry Kirk
  • Banner of Light: The Lily Dale Photographs - Bill McDowall
  • Imaging Florida: A Research Initiative Conducted by the Florida Research Ensemble - Gregory Ulmer, Barbara Jo Revelle, Gordon Bleach and John Craig Freeman
  • The Transformation of the Photographic Book from Public Document to Personal Expression - Tom Beck
  • Exploring My Diaspora - Annu Palakunnathu Matthew
  • The Scurlock 90-Year Project: Black Washington in Black America - David Haberstich
  • Becoming Nancy Drew and Other Detective Fictions - Laurie Long
  • A Female Gaze and a Female Voice - Judy Gelles

Review

  • Martha Strawn, Alligators: Prehistoric Presence in the American Landscape - William E. Parker

Contributors

31:3/4 Spring 1998

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Introduction:

  • Martha Langford and M.A. Greenstein

Write:

  • The Grotesque in the Films of David Cronenberg, by Michel Oren
  • In the Playground of Allusion, by Martha Langford
  • Disability Without Tears: The Neutralization of the Grotesque, by Robert Graham
  • Bone-Grass Boy: The Secret Banks of the Conejos River, by Ken Gonzales-Day
  • The Icky Side of Beauty, by M.A. Greenstein

Selected Bibliography
Biographies of Contributors

31:1/2 Fall 1997

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Introduction:

  • View from the (Techno-Science) Sidelines, by Kathllen Campbell

Write:

  • Mysticism, Science and Technology, by Kathleen Campbell
  • Virtual Selves and Historical Bodies or the Ongoing Experience of Inhabiting Technology, by AnJanette Brush
  • Techno-Dystopia, by Gary Nickard
  • Points of Friction: Artists Critique Technology and Science, by Robert Hirsch

Biographies of Contributors

30:3/4 Spring 1996

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Introduction:

  • Reality, What A Concept, by Jane Lusaka

Write:

  • Cathartic Words on Digital Technology, by Kathleen Chmelewski

Review:

  • John Tagg, Grounds of Dispute: Art History, Cultural Politics and the Discursive Field, by James Hugunin

Write:

  • Media Phantasms: Recasting Hillary Rodham Clinton, by Daniel P. Younger
  • Photography/Digital Imaging: Comparative Histories, by Mary Stieglitz
  • Pornography in Photography: What To Do When Authorities Take a Negative View, by Allan M. Harris

Biographies of Contributors

30:1/2 Fall 1995

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Introduction:

  • Carol Flax

Write:

  • My So-Called Life, Richard Bolton
  • Pedagogy on a Desktop: the Computer as Epistemological Environment MANUAL (Ed Hill, Suzanne Bloom)
  • Out of the Cave, Into the Web: Artists on the Internet, by Joseph Squier
  • Don't Let 'Em Loose Without a License: Teaching Ethical Use of Computers Via the Web, by Marsha Woodbury
  • Networked Identity, by Timothy Druckrey
  • Transsexuality: The Postmodern Body and/as Technology, by Susan Stryker
  • Sleepless Dreaming in the Cybernetic Cabinet/Psi-Net, by Kathleen Rogers

Afterward:

  • Robert Cook
29:2/3 Spring 1994

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Introduction:

  • Deborah Bright

Portfolio Section A:

  • Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Sex Workers? The censoring of "Porn'im'agery: Picturing Prostitutes", by Carol Jacobsen
  • Lost (and found) In A Masquerade: The Photographs of Pierre Molinier, by Mark Alice Durant

Portfolio Section B:

  • Roundabout, by Kaucyila Brooke
  • Laughing Matters Out of Place: Obscenity, Dirt and Video, by Ernest Larsen

Portfolio Section C

29:1 Fall 1993

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Introduction:

  • Patricia Johnston

Write:

  • Trickster Photography: Simulations in the Ethnographic Present, by Gerald Vizenor
  • In Our Image: Stereotyped Images of Indians Lead to New Native Art Form, by Rick Hill
  • A Curator's Perspective: Native Photographers Creating a Visual Native American History, by Theresa Harlan
  • Compensating Imbalances, by Hulleah J. Tsinhnahjinnie
  • Photography and the Navajo, by James C. Faris

Review Essays:

  • The Eternal Moment, by James Hugunin
  • The New Vision, by Kim Sichel
  • The Contest of Meaning, by Ruth Wallen
28:3 Spring 1991

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Introduction:

  • Patricia Johnston

Write:

  • Paradise Recycled: Photographs of Samoa in Changing Contexts, by Alison Devine Nordstrom
  • Notes Toward a History of Photography in Sierra Leone, West Africa, by Vera Viditz-Ward
  • Interpreting the Balance of Power: A Case Study of Photographer and Subject in Images of Native Americans, by Victoria Wyatt
  • Popular Education and Photographs of the Non-Industrialized World, 1885-1915, by Keith McElroy
  • Selected Bibliography on Ethnographic Photography, by Alison Devine Nordstrom
  • Photography From Now On?, by Mary Panzer
28:1/2 Fall 1991

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Introdution:

  • David Trend

Representation and Democracy:

  • Learning to Read the World, by Don Adams and Arlene Goldbard
  • Leon Golub's Radical Pessimism: Towards a Critical Pedagogy of Representation, by Henry A. Giroux and Peter McLaren
  • Class Pictures: Teaching About Photography to Labor Studies Students, by Fred Glass

Identity and Difference:

  • The Multicultural Debate: Challenges for the 1990s, by Constance Wolf
  • How Does Girl Number Twenty Understand Ideology?, by Judith Williamson
  • Confessions of a Feminist Pedagogue, by Christine Tamblyn
  • her i him i her: hearing on the equatorial line, by Peter Chan Kwan Meng

Theory and Practice:

  • The Difference is Academic: Theory and Production in Media Education, by Annie Goldson
  • Frayed Edges: Academic Photography in 1990, by Jan Zita Grover
  • Restructuring Basic Photography, by Richard Bolton
  • Theory Hobby Handbook: Lesson Ten, by Gregory L. Ulmer

Selected Bibliography:

  • On Photographic Education, by David Trend

Letters:

  • Tim Gidal and Daile Kaplan
27:4 Fall 1990

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Introduction:

  • Patricia Johnston

Write:

  • For the Record: James VanDerZee, Marcus Garvey, and the UNIA Photographs, by Rodger C. Birt
  • Reading the Shadows – The Photography of Roy DeCarava, by Ruth Wallen
  • A Contemporary Portfolio: Discussions with Dawould Bey, Albert Chong, Adger W. Cowans, Mikki Ferrill, Todd Gray, Fern Logan, Jeffrey Scales, Accra Shepp, Carries Mae Weems, Deborah Willis, by Kellie Jones
  • Re-Thinking Black Representations: From Positive Images to Cultural Photographic Practices, by David A. Bailey

Bibliography:

  • Deborah Willis

Essay Review:

  • Kim Sichel
27:3 Summer 1990

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Preface:

  • Deborah Bright

Introduction:

  • Richard Bolton

Write:

  • Giving Birth is Just the Beginning, by Judith Crawley
  • Photographing AIDS, by Diane Neumaier
  • After the Fact ... Some Women, by Connie Hatch
  • Notes on "Activist Photography," by Steve Cagan
  • Public Art at Work, by Deborah Small, Elizabeth Sisco, Louis Hock, and David Avalos

Essay Reviews:

  • The Photography of Invention, by Jan Zita Grover
  • Curtis and Stange, by Mary Warner Marien

Opinion
Jeff Gates

27:2 Fall 1989

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Introduction:

  • Maren Stange

Write:

  • "The Fetish of Having a Unified Thread": Lewis Hine's Reaction to the Use of the Photo Story in Life Magazine, by Daile Kaplan
  • Riots and Rent Strikes: Documentary During the Great Society Era, by Grant Kester
  • Photographies and Histories/Coming into Being: John Tagg's The Burden of Representation: Essays on Photographies and Histories, by Laura Wexler
  • The Traffic in Representative Men: Reading Alan Trachtenberg's Reading American Photographs, by Judith Fryer

Contributors

27:1 Summer 1989

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Introduction:

  • JoAnne Seador
  • Some Thoughts About Appropriation and the Use of Documentary Photographs, by Susan Meiselas
  • The Los Angeles Times Series, by Millie Wilson
  • Appropriation, Colorization, and Feminization, by Sally Stein

Contributors

26:4 Spring 1989

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  • Romance, Class, Strategy, and Style: Edward Steichen's Photographs for Jergen's Lotion, by Patricia Johnston
  • The National Endowment Reviewed: a panelist speaks out, by Linn Underhill
  • A Special Report: The National Education Association's Report and Recommendations on Part-Time, Temporary and Nontenure Track Faculty Appointments

Essay Review:

  • Photographs and People with AIDS, by Jan Zita Grover

Contributors

26:2/3 Winter 1988

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Editorial:

  • David Jacobs

Teach:

  • On Teaching Photography, by Barbara DeGenevieve
  • Confusing my students, Eating my words, by Deborah Bright
  • Photography in the Curriculum, by Jim Hornsby
  • Looking Up at the Upper Class: The Photographs of Barbara P. Norfleet, by Sandra Matthews

Editorial:

  • "Leaving Home," by Michael Starenko

Essay Review:

  • The Missing Context: A review of The Panoramic Photography of Eugene O. Goldbeck, by Ellen Zweig

Letters to the Editor
Contributors
A Special Report:

  • A Survey of Women and Persons of Color in Post-Secondary Photographic Education, by The Women's Caucus of the Society of Photographic Education
26:1 Fall 1988

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  • The Peabody Museum and the "Culture of Imaging," by Megan Biesele
  • Witkin's Others, by Cynthia Chris
  • The Photography of Julia Margaret Cameron in America and Modern Oblivion, by Amy Rule
  • "The Man Who Photographed the Indians," by Red Hawk
  • Ideology Versus History: Deconstructing Surrealist Photography, by Kathleen Campbell

Review:

  • Henry Holmes Smith: Collected Writings 1935-1985, by Estelle Jussim

Letter to the Editor
Contributors

25:4 Winter 1987

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  • Guest Editorial: Synthetic Color in Photography, by Judy Seigel
  • An Ironic Distance, by Ben Maddow
  • A Quiet Message, Strangely Told: The Photograph as Communication, by Philip Stokes

Reviews:

  • After the Last Sky: Palestinian Lives, by David Haas
  • Indian Rock Art of the Southwest and Ancient Texans: Rock Art and Lifeways along the Lower Pecos, by Stephenie Yearwood
  • A Photographer in Old Peking, by Mary Lee Field with Li-Hua Yu
  • Images of Individuation: Archetypes in 'Veruschka' Trans-figurations, by Rae Blackeney
  • Margaret Bourke-White, A Biography, by Aneta Sperber
25:3 Fall 1987

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  • America's Uncommon Places

Introduction:

  • J. Jackson Walter
  • The Photographic Project, by Eric Paddock
  • Architecture, Photography, and a Quest for Meaning, by John E. Carter
  • Sites from the National Historic Register

Contributors
Student Participants
Acknowledgements

25:2 Summer 1987

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  • David L. Jacobs on Dorothea Lange and Ansel Adams
  • AI, "The Journalist"
  • Sally Stein on FSA Medical Photography
25:1 Spring 1987

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Guest Editorial:

  • Jim Pomeroy
  • Stieglitz in Heaven: Fantasy on a Theme by Steiglitz, by Harry Smallenburg

Essay Review:

  • The Essential Landscape and Landscape as Photograph, by Deborah Bright
  • Nocturnal Emulsions: The Talking Cure*, by Catherine Lord

Book Review:

  • The Pond, by Colin Westerbeck

Letters:

  • N.E.A.

Index:

  • 1980-86, Volumes 18-24
24:4 Winter 1986

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  • An Open Letter to the Frank Hodsoll, Chariman, N.E.A.
  • Women in Photography: An Historical Overview, by Naomi Rosenblum
  • Hard Roads, Easy Money: Itinerants at Work, by Sybil Miller

Contributors

24:3 Fall 1986

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British Photography:

  • The Rhetoric of AIDS by Simon Watney and Sunil Gupta
  • The Photo Co-op (London) by Chris Boot
  • Art, Art School, Culture by Griselda Pollock
  • Disastrous Documents by Stephen Edwards
  • Monocrone by Reen Pilkington

24:2 Summer 1986

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  • Larry Clark: Drugs and Violence, Rhythm and Blues, Alex Sweetman
  • Ruskin and Photography, Michael Harvey
  • The Same Difference: On Lesbian Representation by Martha Gever and Nathalie Magnon

Essay Review:

  • Robert Capa, by Steve Cagan
  • A.A.E. Disderi and the Carte de Visite Portrait Photograph, Keith McElroy
  • Rich and Poor, Colin Westerbeck
  • The Bible and the Image: The History of Photography in the Holy Land, 1839-1899, Herbert Schneidau

Letters:

  • William Jenkins, Deborah Bright

Contributors

24:1 Spring 1986

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Contents:

  • Editorial by David L. Jacobs
  • Documentary Expression Revisited by William Stott
  • Photography - Education - Theory by Simon Watney
  • Bibliography of MA Theses by Amy Stark
  • Robert Frank by Jno Cook
  • One Hand Washes the Other: On The Rephotographic Survey Project by Richard Bolton

Book Review:

  • Art and Photography: Forerunners and Influences/Heinrich Schwarz by Keith Davis
23:4 Winter 1985

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  • Of Mother Nature and Marlboro Men, by Deborah Bright

Interview:

  • With Walter J. Ong, S.J., by C. Jan Swearingen
  • Isak Dinesen and Photo/Graphic Recollection, by Susan H. Aiken

Book Reviews:

  • Alan Teller: Observations: Essays on Documentary Photography
  • Diane Neumaier: Post-Partum Document/Cindy Sherman
  • Jeffrey Hantover: Ray Metker: Unknown Territory

Letters to the Editor:

  • Richard Bolton: Addendum to "Wishful Thinking: John Berger's Theory of Photography"
23:3 Fall 1985

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  • What Becomes A Legend Most: The Short, Sad Career of Diane Arbus: Part 1, by Catherine Lord

Interview:

  • With Rudolf Arnheim, by David L. Jacobs
  • Wishful Thinking: John Berger's Theory of Photography, by Richard Bolton

Book Reviews:

  • Alan Trachtenberg: The Restless Decade: John Gutmann's Photographs of the Thirties
  • Mark Klett: Dust Bowl Descent
  • Esther Parada: Telex: Iran/In the Name of Revolution

Letters to the Editor:

  • Robert Hirsch
23:2 Summer 1985

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  • The Biases Against Color in Photography, by Stephen R. Milanowski

Editorial:

  • Putting Feminism in the Classroom, by J.Z. Grover
  • A Short Agenda, by David L. Jacobs

Book Reviews:

  • Keith Davis: Sommer: Images/Sommer: Words
  • Amy E. Stark: Incunabula of British Photographic Literature
  • Walter Rosenblum: Weegee's New York

Letters to the Editor:

  • W.S. Neil
22:4 Winter 1984

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  • Dialectical Criticism and Photography, by Linda Andre
  • School & Art & Dialogue: Masters in Photography (A Script), by Jno Cook

Book Reviews:

  • Barbara DeGenvieve: Noggle, Silver Lining, The Photographs of Anne Noggle
  • James Kaufman: Hales, Silver Cities, The Photography of American Urbanization, 1839-1915

Letters to the Editor:

  • Siegel, Kucera, Neumaier, Kirschenbaum, Hugunin
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Introduction:

  • Jan Zita Grover and David I. Jacobs
  • Private Parts and Public Considerations, by Baruch D. Kirschenbaum
  • Introduction to a Never-published Book of Dorothea Lange's Best Photographs of Depression America, by William Stott
  • Dissertations on the History of Photography: An Overview, Bibliography, and Index, by Amy E. Stark

Book Reviews:

  • Richard Bolton: Goodman, Ways of Worldmaking
  • Jno Cook: Katzman, Photography in California, 1945-1980
  • Terence Pitts: Wilkie and Buchloh, eds., Mining Photographs and Other Pictures, 1948-1968
  • Abigail Solomon-Godeau: Adams, Ourselves and Our Children

Letter to the Editor and Reply

22:2 Summer 1984

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Introduction:

  • Judith Crawley, Martha Gever, Rebecca Lewis, and Aneta Sperber
  • Alfred, Harry, Emmet, Georgia, Eleanor, and Me, by Diane Neumaier
  • Some Girls, by Sally Stein
  • Sexuality/Power/Feminism, by Alan Sondheim
  • Body Language: Frida Kahlo and Tina Modotti, by Linda Andre
  • The Double Struggle: Photographing 'La Lucha Libre', by Katya Mandoki
  • Photoquebequoise, by Aneta Sperber
  • A Thorn is a Thorn is a Thorn, by Catherine Lord

Book Review

21:4 WInter 1983

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21:3 Fall 1983

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  • Offset Lithography, by Louise Sperling and Richard S. Field
  • Eugene Feldman: An Appreciation, by Ruth E. Fine
  • Photo-offset Portfolio
  • Offset as Medium, by Patricia M. Smith
  • Thoughts on Photo-offset, by Scott Hyde

Access

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  • Playing it Again, by Sam Samore
  • Photography and Industrilaization: John Ruskin and the moral dimensions of photography, by Abigail Solomon-Godeau
  • Transparent Transformations: Magic lantern slides as exactly repeatable pre-photographic statements, by Robert Eskind
  • Postmodernism as Bricolage: Or, can Cindy Sherman act?, by Michael Starenko
  • The Hades Effect: Some possible implications of photographic imagery made with artificial light, by Ken White
20:4 Winter 1982

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  • Sex as Subject, by Barbara DeGenevieve
  • Interview with John Kouwenhoven, by Jan Zita Grover
  • Further Notes of an SPE Geographer
  • The MFA Syndrome: A Gentle Jeremiad
  • Reviews
  • Letters
20:3 Fall 1982

20:3 Fall 1982

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  • A Conversation with John Pfahl, by Keith F. Davis and William Kay
  • Survey of School with MA/MFA Programs in Photography, by Gail Kaplan
  • Regional Charters of the Society for Photographic Education
  • Notes on the Stability of Color Materials, by Stephen R. Milanowski
  • The Hidden Hand: Jacob Riis and the Rhetoric of Reform, by Peter Hales
  • Picture Credits
  • Reviews
  • Letters
20:2 Summer 1982

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  • John G. Morris: A Photographic Memoir
  • Notes of an SPE Geographer, by Edwin Gustrafson
  • "No Party Line" – A Conversation with Van Deren Coke, by Jan Zita Grover
  • Picture Credits
  • The Workshop Idea at Colorado College, by Mark Johnstone
  • Reviews
  • Letters
19:4 1981

19:4 1981

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  • From the Editor
  • Summary of SPE Proceedings, 1981
  • Images, by Ann Ginsburgh Hofkin
  • Imo's Photographers, by Rondal Partridge
  • Stieglitz and Autochrome: Beginnings of a Color Aesthetic, by Donato Pietrodangelo
  • Connections: The Pencil of Nature, Part II, by Gretchen Garner
  • Teaching: A Bibliography on Photography for the Undergraduate Library, by George M. Craven
  • Reviews
  • Letter
  • Picture Credits
19:2 1981

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  • From the Editor
  • The Camera Eye, by Wright Morris
  • The Stereotyped Image of Blacks in American Popular Photography, by Brooke Evans Baldwin
  • Connections, by Gretchen Garner
  • A Guide to Viewing Manuel Alvarez Bravo, by Vivienne Silver
  • Setting Course Objectives: Theory and Example, by Richard D. Zakia and Hollis N. Todd
  • Picture Credits
  • Reviews
18:2 1981

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  • The Lexington Camera Club, by Van Deren Coke
  • West Coast '50s, by Dody Thompson
  • Photography and Greeting Cards in the 19th Century, by Keith Davis
  • Photography as Modern Art: The Influence of Nathan Lyons and John Szarkowski on the Public's acceptance of -Photography as a Fine Art, by Candida Finkel
  • Steichen's Road to Victory, by Christopher Phillips
  • Robert Adams: Post Modernism and Meaning, by Shelley Armitage
  • Book Review (Weiland)
18:1 1980

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  • Count Dracula in the Orange Grove, by John Brumfield
  • Criticism of Photography in the Metropolitan Daily Press, by Anthony Bannon
  • Mirrors of the Past: Historical Photography and American History, by Thomas J. Schlereth
  • Choice of Audience/Choice of Voice, by A.D. Coleman
  • The Imaginary Eye and the Place of Vision, by Leroy Searle
  • A Photograph of America, by Charles Desmarais
  • Book Review (Jacobs)
17:4 1980

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  • Opinion: Letter from Rochester, by Roger Bruce
  • Two Essays on Snapshots and Snapshooters, by David L. Jacobs
  • Life Through the Viewfinder, by James C.A. Kaufmann
  • Photography Re-invented, by Belinda Rathbone
  • Benjamin, Sontag, by Michael Starenko
  • Book Notes
  • To the Editor
  • Index to Exposure, Volumes 1 through 17
17:2 Summer 1979

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  • Sprague, Osborne, Dead, by Vernon Cheek
  • Faraway Feeling, by Kenneth Shorr
  • Arthur Siegel: A Short Critical Biography, by John Grimes
  • Relations: Some Work by Robert Heinecken, by Irene Borger
  • Conference Keynote: What Have the Old to Tell the Young?, by Henry Holmes Smith
  • The Amarillo FSA Symposium: A Report, by Amy Conger
  • Book Notes
  • News Brief
  • SPE National Update
  • SPE Regional Update
17:1 Spring 1979

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  • Bruce Davidson: A Guided Tour
  • Lookers, Buyers, Dealers, and Markers: Thoughts on Audience, by Martha Rosler
  • Bonfils and His Curious Composite, by Elizabeth Carella
  • Book Reviews (Amy Conger, Candida Finkel)
  • News Brief
  • SPE Regional Update
  • Positions Available
16:4 Winter 1978

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  • Max Kozloff: An Interview, by Henri Berendse
  • You Can't Believe Your Eyes, by Joanna Cohan Scherer
  • Educating for Response, by Terry Barrett
  • Photography in Chinese Popular Culture, by Galen Cranz
  • The Evolution of Photographic Styles: A Case Study, by Michael Simon
  • Photographs as Symbols and Non-Symbols, by Candida Finkel
  • Book Reviews (Martha Chahroudi, James C.A. Kaufmann, Amy Conger)
  • Book Notes
  • SPE Regional Update
  • Potpourri
  • Positions Available
16:3 Spring 1978

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  • Arthur Rothstein: An Interview, by Bill Ganzel
  • Familiar Faces, Familiar Places, by Bill Ganzel
  • How I see the Yoruba See Themselves, by Stephen Sprague
  • Another Fox Talbot, by Gail Buckland
  • Book Reviews (Dan Meinwald, Gretchen Garner, Candida Finkel, Michael S. Starenko
  • Potpourri
  • Positions Available
  • To the Editor
  • SPE National Update
  • SPE Regional Update
16:2 Summer 1978

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  • To the Editor
  • Marcia Resnick: An interview, by Alex Sweetman
  • Photographs and History: Flexible Illustrations, by James C. A. Kaufmann
  • No Future For You – SPE Conference Keynote, by A. D. Coleman
  • Gay Semiotics: Archetypal Media Images, by Hal Fisher
  • Looking at Lange Today, by Therese Thau Heyma
  • Book Reviews (Candida Finkel, David Herwaldt)
  • Positions Available
  • Potpourri
  • SPE National Update: Conference Report
  • SPE Regional Update
  • Clarence H. White, Jr., by Peter C. Bunnell
14:4 December 1976

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  • Man Ray, Josef Sudek
  • Paul Outerbridge, Jr., by Graham Howe
  • The Role of the Artist in Conservation, by Ansel Adams
  • Photograph, by Eileen Friedenreich
  • Alice Adam, An interview, by Elaine A. King
  • Showcase – Bruce Patterson, by William Jenkins
  • Janet Malcolm and The New Yorker Criticism, by Arnold Gassan
  • The Artist-Art Gallery Relationship, by Ronald J. Jacobson
  • O. G. Rejlander, John Fuller
  • The Autocritic, by Lester L. Krauss
  • Book Reviews (Metz, Enyeart, Coke, Lonier, Bunnell)
  • Photo-Genic Drawing, by Jerry N. Uelsmann
  • National & Regional Updates
  • Tech Note
  • Potpourri
  • New Products
  • Positions Available
  • Photograph, by Steven L. Berens
14:3 1976

14:3 1976

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  • Imogen Cunningham and Minor White
  • Minor White, by Peter C. Bunnell
  • When is Photography?
  • What is Photography?
  • Call for Critics
  • The Workshop Idea in Photography
  • Like a New Knowledge of Reality, by Ralph F. Bogardus
  • Comparative Review of Monographs, by Dru Shipman
  • Showcase: David Freund, by William Jenkins
  • Notes on Methods, by Dave Read
  • Dialogue on Graduate Education, by Dick Stevens
  • Gertrude Kasebier, by Peter C. Bunnell
  • Two Articles: Communication, Acquisitions and Insurance, by Peter Hunt Thompson
  • Potpourri
  • Positions
13:4 December 1975

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  • Wynn Bullock
  • Frederick H. Evans: "Plain Prints from Plain Negatives", by James L. Enyeart
  • On Teaching Photography, by Richard Stevens
  • A new Photography Facility at the University of Michigan, by Phil Davis
  • A Report from Australia, by Henry Talbot
  • Book Review (Dru Shipman)
  • SPE Update
  • Positions
  • Gallery: 1975
13:3 September 1975

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  • Review of Basic Photography Texts (Bill Broecker, Reg Heron, Jim McQuaid, Dennis Moore)
  • Objective Chart
  • Letters: Directions for SPE
  • Potpourri
13:1 February 1975

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  • The Preston Holder Story, by Jim Alinder
  • Aridity, by Jim McQuaid
  • Potpourri
  • Positions
  • Four Photographs by Edward West
  • The First Photographically Illustrated Book, by Vernon F. Snow
  • Peace and Joy Through Sensitometry or, What happened when we threw our students a characteristic curve, by Phil Davis
  • Publishing Photographs in the Little Magazines, by Roger Camp
  • Publications (Dru Shipman)

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