The Visual Memory of Protest / / Ann Rigney, Thomas Smits.

Social movements are not only remembered in personal experience, but also through cultural carriers that shape how later movements see themselves and are seen by others. The present collection zooms in on the role of photography in this memory-activism nexus. How do iconographic conventions shape im...

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Superior document:Protest and Social Movements Series ; v.27
Place / Publishing House:Amsterdam : : Amsterdam University Press,, 2023.
Year of Publication:2023
Edition:1st ed.
Series:Protest and Social Movements Series
Physical Description:1 online resource (220 pages) :; illustrations.
Notes:Acknowledgements Introduction, (Ann Rigney and Thomas Smits) Producing Memorable Images 1. Photojournalism, the World Press Photo Awards, and the Visual Memory of Protest, (Marco Solaroli) 2. The Photographs of Nair Benedicto and the Memory of Protest in Brazil, (Erika Zerwes) 3. Deniz Gezmi. takes to the Streets: From Photograph to Silhouette [tbc], (Duygu Erbil) Reproduction and Remediation 1. Photography, Memory and Women in May '68, (Antigoni Memou) 2. Scarcity in Visual Memory: Creating a Mural of Sylvia Pankhurst, (Clara Vlessing) 3. Memory, Iconicity and Virality in Action: Exploring Protest Photos Online, (Samuel Merrill) Mobilizing Visual Memory 1. Visual Memory in Grassroots Mobilizations: The Anti-Corruption Movement of 2011 in India, (Alice Mattoni and Anwesha Chakraborty) 2. Visual Activism in Protest against Disappearances: The Photo-Portraits of the 43 Ayotzinapa Students, (Sophie Dufays) 3. Space and Place in Online Visual Memory: The Tank Man in Hong Kong, 2013-2020, (Thomas Smits and Ruben Ros) List of Illustrations Notes on Contributors Index of Names
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