Witness in our time : working lives of documentary photographers
Witness in our time : working lives of documentary photographers


Publication Information
Washington, D.C. : Smithsonian Institution Press, c2000.

Physical Description
211 p. : illustrations (photographs).

Introduction: Seeing and believing -- Photographers: Hansel Meith : The Depression and the early days of life -- Walter Rosenblum : Lewis Hine, Paul Strand, and the Photo League -- Michelle Vignes : Magnum Photo Agency; The early years -- Wayne Miller : World War II and the family of man -- Peter Magubane : A black photographer in Apartheid South Africa -- Matt Herron : The civil rights movement and the Southern documentary project -- Jull Freedman : Resurrection City -- Mary Ellen Mark : Streetwise photographer -- Earl Dotter : The United Mine Workers -- Susan Meiselas : Central America and Human rights -- Sebastiao Salgado : workers -- Graciela Iturbide : The Indigenous of Mexico -- Antonin Kratochvil : The fall of the Iron Curtain -- Donna Ferrato : Living with the enemy: domestic violence -- Joseph Rodriguez : In the barrio -- Dayanita Singh : A truer India -- Fazal Sheikh : Portrait of a refugee -- Editors and Curators : Gifford Hampshire : The Environmental Protection Agency's project DOCUMERICA -- Peter Howe : Life Magazine and Outtakes -- Colin Jacobson : Independent magazine and Reportage -- Ann Wilkes Tucker : The Museum Context -- Afterword: Witness in our time.

Subject Term
Photographers -- United States -- Biography.
Photographers -- Interviews.
Documentary photography.

Added Author
Light, Ken.

LibraryMaterial TypeCall NumberItem AvailableCopiesStatus
R.H. Stafford Library (Woodbury)Book920 WIT11Nonfiction Collection