Shadow and Substance: Essays on the History of Photography in Honor of Heinz K. Henisch

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Kathleen Collins
Amorphous Institute Press, 1990 - Photography - 361 pages
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This volume features about fifty photo historians from fifteen countries offering substantial and previously unpublished essays in honor of Dr. Heinz K. Henisch, the founding editor of the international quarterlyHistory of Photography.The recognized authorities in the field, including Estelle Jussim, Ulrich Keller, Naomi Rosenblum, Mart Haworth-Booth, and others, are represented here and cover a wide range of topics from the earliest daguerreotypes to contemporary photography, with essays on nineteenth century practitioners, photojournalism, and twentieth-century aesthetics.

This meaty collection of fifty-six essays is one no serious library, scholar, or student of photography should be without.

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About the author (1990)

Heinz K. Henisch is Research Professor of the History of Photography at the Pennsylvania State University, the Founding Editor of History of Photography, and a Fellow of the Royal Photographic Society of Great Britain.

Kathleen Collins is Assistant Professor of Political Science at the University of Notre Dame and Faculty Fellow at the Kellogg Institute for International Studies. She has published articles in World Politics, Comparative Politics, the Journal of Democracy, and several edited volumes. She has received grants from the MacArthur Foundation, the United States Institute for Peace, IREX, and the National Council for Russian, East European and Eurasian Research, among others. Dr Collins was named a Carnegie Scholar in 2003 for her research. She has been conducting research throughout Central Asia for eleven years, since 1994.

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