The Colonising Camera: Photographs in the Making of Namibian History

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Juta and Company Ltd, 1998 - Documentary photography - 220 pages
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Richly illustrated with black and white photographs, this book brings together provocative and exciting new material on Namibia's colonial past. An eight-page colour section looks at how present day Namibians view themselves. It includes contributions from the editors, Wolfram Hartman, Jeremy Silvester and Patricia Hayes, as well as Michel Bollig, Jan Bart Gewald, Robert Gordon, Brent Harris, Paul Landau, Rick Rohde, Margo Timm and Marion Wallace.
 

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Contents

an expeditious comment
111
Mirror images? Photographs of Herero commemorations in the 1920s and 1930s
118
the funeral of a chief
125
the ambiguities of urban photography
132
Your space or mine? The photography of the Police Zone
138
the reinterpretation of colonial photographs of the Kwanyama king Mandume
145
photographic references and sources
205
lndex
217
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