Visual Culture: What is visual culture studies?

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Joanne Morra, Marquard Smith
Taylor & Francis, 2006 - 400 ˹
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Introduction
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Index 435
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Techniques of the observer 88
14
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17
Introduction to Visual Culture
21
Introduction to Practices of Looking
27
conceiving the intersection of feminism
34
What is visual culture?
43
Extract from The fact of blackness
204
Extract fromThe tourist gaze
220
The miracle of Lascaux
222
Studying visual culture
223
geographical
235
film studies in the
237
Preface to the book A Skeptical Introduction to Visual
254
Conversations in visual culture
261

Modernity
50
inscribing lesbian gay and queer presences
67
enlightenment as mass
71
an introduction
78
Extract from The Virgin Mary in Islamic tradition
81
diasporic visual
91
a conversation on what I
107
The work of art in the age of mechanical reproduction
114
Primary sources
115
Preface to Vision and Visuality
116
IntroductiontoTheBlockReaderinVisualCulture
130
Extract from The home theater
138
a critique of visual culture
147
History
161
General introduction to Vision and Textuality
165
Art and objecthood 293
189
Introduction to Visual Theory
192
The other history of intercultural performance
195
Visual essentialism and the object of visual culture
269
Extract from Summa Theologiae Volume II
291
What is visual culture?
298
Stabat Mater
304
Welcome to the cultural revolution
312
Official Guide to the Worlds Columbian Exposition
318
Even in elephant dung there is beauty
324
Getting the Warhol we deserve
326
representation without
327
Cultural relativism and the visual turn
343
Images
344
Chicago or the Worlds Fair
351
PART 3
352
Questionnaire on visual culture
359
2
371
commodification of the exotic
390
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Marquard Smith is Course Director of the Masters Programme in Art History and Senior Lecturer in Visual Culture in the School of Art and Design History, Kingston University, London. He is editor-in-chief of the "journal of visual culture".

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