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Anthropology By the Wire
Anthropology by the Wire is a multi-media research project on urban and visual anthropology in Baltimore that is part of a National Science Foundation Research Experience for Undergraduates grant at Towson University. In ...
The Ethnographic Semiotics of a Suburban Moral Panic
(Taylor & Francis, 2007)
This article describes Worth’s notion of ethnographic semiotics as part of an overall strategy employing the anthropology of visual communication in ethnographic research focused on media portrayals of a suburban community ...
John Marshall's Kalahari family
(American Anthropological Association, 2004)
Throughout his career and through his films, John Marshall has embodied many representational debates in anthropology and ethnographic media production. With "A Kalahari Family," Marshall has provided his most reflexive ...
Principles of visual anthropology, review
(Wiley Blackwell, 1997-03)
The importance of the original publication in 1975 of Paul Hockings' Principles of Visual Anthropology cannot be underestimated. Along with Karl Heider's Ethnographic Film (1976), Hockings' collection is regarded by people ...
Dead birds: review
(Wiley Blackwell, 2006-09)
Robert Gardner’s many contributions to ethnographic documentary film production are undeniable and problematic. The historical and critical discussions that have surrounded Robert Gardner, and Dead Birds in particular, are ...
Multimodality: an invitation
(American Anthropological Association, 2017-01-12)