1. Core Reading 3 items
    1. Documentary 2013

      Book Core

  2. Weekly readings 11 items
    1. Civil Imagination: A Political Ontology of Photography - Ariella Azoulay 2015

      Book Core Read Introduction pp.1-10

    2. Digitised resources 2 items
      1. Understanding comics: the invisible art - Scott McCloud, Bob Lappan 1994

        Book Core Read pp.153-61 from Digitised Chapter 6: "Show and tell: word/picture combinations" available via Online link.

    3. 9/11 and the visual culture of disaster - Thomas Stubblefield 2014

      Book Core Read Introduction

    4. Vertical: City from Satellites to Bunkers - Stephen Graham 2016

      Book Core Read Introduction

  3. Further Reading 97 items
    1. Thinking through the skin - Sara Ahmed, Jackie Stacey, ProQuest (Firm) 2001 (electronic resource)

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    2. The Civil Contract of Photography (Zone Books) - Ariella Azoulay 2012

      Book 

    3. Spectral evidence: the photography of trauma - Ulrich Baer, NetLibrary, Inc 2002 (electronic resource)

      Book 

    4. Spectral evidence: the photography of trauma - Ulrich Baer 2002

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    5. Digitised resources 1 item
      1. Photography and the colonial vision - David Bate 03/1993

        Article  digitised article available via Online link

    6. Telling about society - Howard Saul Becker 2007

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    7. Visual global politics | ebook 2018, ©2018 (electronic resource)

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    8. War Primer - Bertolt Brecht 2017

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    9. War primer - Bertolt Brecht, John Willett 2017, ©2017 (electronic resource)

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    10. Visibility in social theory and social research - Andrea Mubi Brighenti c2010 (electronic resource)

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    11. Unconcerned but not Indifferent - Adam Broomberg, Oliver Chanarin 2008

      Article 

    12. Feeling photography 2014

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    13. The identity of photography - Stephen Bull

      Chapter 

    14. Frames of war: when is life grievable? - Judith Butler 2010

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    15. Frames of war: when is life grievable? - Judith Butler 2016, ©2016 (electronic resource)

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    16. Precarious life: the powers of mourning and violence - Judith Butler 2006

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    17. Feminist visual culture - Fiona Carson, Claire Pajaczkowska c2000

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    18. States of denial: knowing about atrocities and suffering - Stanley Cohen 2001

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    19. Photography: a very short introduction - Steve Edwards 2006

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    20. Memory - Ian Farr, Whitechapel Art Gallery 2012

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    21. Between States - Simon FaulknerDavid Reeb 2015

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    22. The New history of photography - Michel Frizot c1998

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    23. Contemporary Art and Memory - Joan Gibbons March 18, 2008 (Paperback)

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    24. Israel's occupation - Neve Gordon 2008 (electronic resource)

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    25. Vertical: The City from Satellites to Bunkers - Stephen Graham 2016

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    26. Subjective Objective: A Century of Social Photography - D. GutstafsonA. M. Zervigón 2017

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    27. No caption needed: iconic photographs, public culture, and liberal democracy - Robert Hariman, John Louis Lucaites c2007

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    28. The public image: photography and civic spectatorship - Robert Hariman, John Louis Lucaites 2016 (electronic resource)

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    29. Visual sociology - Douglas Harper 2012

      Book Further

    30. Miki Kratsman - All About Us - Miki Kratsman 2011

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    31. Sensible politics - Meg McLagan, Yates McKee 2012

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    32. Handbook of participatory video - Elizabeth-Jane Milne, Claudia Mitchell, Naydene De Lange c2012 (electronic resource)

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    33. How to see the world - Nicholas Mirzoeff 2015

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    34. Landscape and power - W. J. T. Mitchell 2002

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    35. Cloning terror: the war of images, 9/11 to the present - W. J. T. Mitchell 2011

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    36. Seeing through race - W. J. T. Mitchell c2012 (electronic resource)

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    37. Incoming - Richard Mosse 2017

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    38. Photography and Memory in Mexico - Andrea Noble April 27, 2010 (Hardcover)

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    39. Things As They Are: Photojournalism in Context Since 1955 - Mary Panzer 2006

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    40. The SAGE Handbook of Visual Research Methods - Luc Pauwels & Dawn Mannay 2020

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    41. Photography's other histories - Christopher Pinney, Nicolas Peterson 2003

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    42. Beautiful suffering 2007

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    43. Photography and its violations - John Roberts 2014

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    44. A history of women photographers - Naomi Rosenblum c1994

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    45. After the last sky - Edward W. Said 1999

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    46. Decolonising the Camera: Photography in Racial Time - Mark Sealy 2019

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    47. Post-photography: the artist with a camera - Robert Shore 2014

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    48. At the edge of sight: photography and the unseen - Shawn Michelle Smith 2013

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    49. Photography after photography: gender, genre, history - Abigail Solomon-Godeau 2017

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    50. Photography after photography: gender, genre, history - Abigail Solomon-Godeau 2017

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    51. Tourists of history: memory, kitsch, and consumerism from Oklahoma City to Ground Zero - Marita Sturken 2007

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    52. Practices of looking: an introduction to visual culture - Marita Sturken, Lisa Cartwright 2018

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    53. The cruel radiance: photography and political violence - Susie Linfield 2010

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    54. The Soviet photograph 1924-1937 - Margarita Tupitsyn c1996

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    55. Art and social function: three projects - Stephen Willats 1976

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    56. John Heartfield, the agitated image - Andrés Mario Zervigón 2012

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    57. Photography and Germany - Andrés Mario Zervigón 2017 (electronic resource)

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  4. Weblinks 1 item