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Searching for Mary Schäffer

by Colleen Skidmore

Mary Schäffer was a photographer, writer, botanical painter, and mapmaker from Philadelphia, well known for her travels in the Canadian Rockies and Jasper at the turn of the twentieth century. In Searching...


My American Dream

by Angela Martin

In her debut book, My American Dream, southern photographer, Angela Martin, shares a selection of her provocative photographs of abandoned places in the American mid-South. She also candidly relates her personal...


Fun Pun Photos

by Barry Bates

Here is a collection of photographs, each one related to a pun. The images relate to an idea or concept with a humorous twist or surprise. Each photo has excellent technique. For photographers, the accompanying...


Brooklyn Before

by Tom Robbins, Julia Van Haaften & Larry Racioppo

Before Brooklyn rose to international fame there existed a vibrant borough of neighborhoods rich with connections and traditions. During the 1970s and 1980s, photographer Larry Racioppo, a South Brooklynite...


Parchman

by R. Kim Rushing & Mark Goodman

Constructed in 1904, the Mississippi State Penitentiary at Parchman covers 20,000 acres, forty-six square miles, in the heart of the Mississippi Delta. Originally designed like a private plantation without walls...


From mother to mother

by Anna Marceddu

Di madre in madre (from mother to mother) is a multimedia research project, aimed at the revitalization of the matriarchy myth considering the effect that it can still produce, with a strong impact in achieving...


Nor Shall Your Glory Be Forgot

by Kris Kristoffersen & Brian C. Pohanka

Last year more than 30,000 people directly participated in reenactments of the classic battles of the Civil War, events that drew hundreds of thousands of spectators. Utterly authentic in terms of equipment...


Julia Margaret Cameron's 'fancy subjects'

by Jeff Rosen

The Victorians admired Julia Margaret Cameron for her evocative photographic portraits of eminent men like Tennyson, Carlyle and Darwin. However, Cameron also made numerous photographs that she called 'Fancy...


Thomas Annan of Glasgow

by Lionel Gossman

In the wake of Glasgow’s transformation in the nineteenth-century into an industrial powerhouse, the "Second City of the Empire,” a substantial part of the old town of Adam Smith degenerated into an overcrowded...