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Disciplinary Power and Contemporary Photography
I began this essay with a preliminary research consultation to help commence investigating photographic art, philosophy of surveillance, and visual imaging – all outside of my major discipline. A few minutes after searching ...
“Open to All:” Andrew Carnegie’s Library Building Program and the Development of the Modern Library Building Type
Initially the focus of this paper was somewhat broad. At the time I was taking the history course, “The Great Libraries of Baltimore” and Professor Husch’s “European andAmerican Architecture” class. In both classes I was ...
Loyalty and Memory: A Civil War Scrapbook in Baltimore
This paper is evidence of the power that a primary source can have over a researcher when that source inspires more questions than answers. When I was first introduced to the series of Civil War Scrapbooks in Goucher’s ...