Routledge Companion to Photography and Visual Culture

Edited by Moritz Neumuller
Routledge, 2018
446 p., ill.
Print ISBN: 9781138667396

Table of Contents
 Foreword: Unencompassable Photography Introduction

I. Images, Photographs and Visual Culture
  1. Chapter Introduction - Moritz Neumüller
  2. How to Do Things with Photographs:Towards a Praxeology of Photography - Bernd Stiegler
  3. The Photograph as Object - Alison Nordström in Conversation with Moritz Neumüller
  4. Photography and/as Art - Charlotte Cotton in Conversation with Moritz Neumüller
  5. Photography, Visual Culture, and the (Re)Definition of the Male Gaze - David N. Martin, Suzanne Szucs, and James W. Koschoreck
  6. Unqueer, Lesbian,Trans: Shifting Gazes in Photography and Visual Culture Today - David N. Martin, James W. Koschoreck, and Suzanne Szucs
  7. The Selfie: More and Less than a Self-Portrait - Alise Tifentale
  8. Case Study: Migrant Mother. Race and Gender in the Making of a Photographic Icon - Lisa Richman
  9. Documentary Architecture and the History of "Before and After" Photography - Ines Weizman
II. Territories
  1. Chapter Introduction - Moritz Neumüller
  2. Other World Histories of Photography: The First Century of Photography in Asia - Gael Newton
  3. Photographing the Mexican Revolution: A Case Study of Genre and Functions - John Mraz
  4. Either We Destroy Everything or We Save Everything - Timothy Prus and Marcelo Brodsky in Conversation with Moritz Neumüller
  5. Case Study:The Image of Perestroika. Russian Photography and Visual Culture in the 1980s and 1990s - Irina Chmyreva
  6. The Representation of Landscape in Contemporary Chinese Photography - Yining He
III. Useful Photography
  1. Chapter Introduction - Moritz Neumüller
  2. Photography Goes to War - Rita Leistner
  3. The Advertisement Industry is based on Fear - Erik Kessels in Conversation with Olivia Estalayo
  4. A Farewell to the Family Album? (and Case Study on the Cultural History of Wedding Photography) - Mette Sandbye
  5. Architectural Photography: A Medium as a Form of Useful Interpretation - Rolf Sachsse
  6. Case Study on the Photo Booth: Proof, Appropriation, Identity - Érika Goyarrola
  7. Art and Activism - Swaantje Güntzel and Chris Jordan in Conversation with Moritz Neumüller
IV. Redefining the Photographic Medium
  1. Chapter Introduction - Moritz Neumüller
  2. Research-Based Documentary Projects - Stephen Chalmers
  3. The Still and the Moving Image - Alexander Streitberger
  4. Staged Photography - Lars Blunck
  5. Image–Text Intersections - Federica Chiocchetti in Conversation with Nina Strand
  6. Tactile Photography - Moritz Neumüller and Andreas Reichinger
  7. Photography at the Borderline - Roger Ballen
V. Rights and Markets for Photography
  1. Chapter Introduction - Moritz Neumüller
  2. The Contemporary Art Market - Alexander Rotter in Conversation with Moritz Neumüller
  3. The Market for Photography - Simone Klein in Conversation with Moritz Neumüller
  4. Collecting Photography - Pavel V. Khoroshilov and Anastasia Khoroshilova in Conversation with Moritz Neumüller
  5. Copyright and the Art Market: Strategies of Control and Shortage - Wolfgang Ullrich
VI. Dissemination and Education
  1. Chapter Introduction - Moritz Neumüller
  2. The Photographic Display: A Short History - Alessandra Mauro
  3. The Revised History of the Photobook - Gerry Badger and Martin Parr in Conversation with Moritz Neumüller
  4. Case Study on Shoji Yamagishi, Editor of the Japanese Photography Magazine Camera Mainichi - Susumu Shimonishi
  5. Case Study: Cuadernos de la Kursala - Jesús Micó
  6. Photography Theories and Photography Education: In Historical Perspective - Peter Smith
  7. Photographic Education:The Case for Visual Literacy in the Twenty-First Century - Michelle Bogre
  8. Case Study in Online Learning: Learning to Look Critically with The Museum of Modern Art’s Seeing through Photographs - Sara Bodinson and Sarah Meister
VII. Outlook
  1. Chapter Introduction - Moritz Neumüller
  2. Kick-off Images - Annekathrin Kohout
  3. Shopping for God (and the Indecisive Moment) - Robert Cook
  4. Case Study: LensCulture - Jim Casper in Conversation with Moritz Neumüller
  5. Homo Photographicus - Joan Fontcuberta
  6. Post-Post-Photography - Friedrich Tietjen