Image matters : archive, photography, and the african diaspora in Europe
Tina M. Campt (Verfasser/in)
Looks at photograph collections of four Black German families taken between 1900 and the end of World War II and a set of portraits of Afro-Caribbean migrants to Britain taken at a photographic studio in Birmingham between 1948 and 1960.
Gedrucktes Buch, English, 2012
Duke University, Durham, 2012
IX, 233 p. : il. ; 26 cm
Acknowledgments ixIntroduction: Our Family Tales and Photographic Records 1Part 1. Family Matters: Sight, Sense, Touch 211. Family Touches 35Interstitial 1. The Girl and/in the Gaze 712. Orphan Photos, Fugitive Images 83Part 2. Image Matters: Sight, Sound, Score 115Interstitial 2. "Thingyness"; or, The Matter of the Image 1173. The Lyric of the Archive 129Epilogue 199Notes 205Bibliography 223Illustration Credits 231Index 233