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"The Photographic Exhibition," Journal of the Photographic Society 50 (21 Feb 1857):192-195, 213-217.

Abrams, Lynn. Introduction to Oral History Theory. London: Routledge, 2010.

Bann, Stephen. "The Inventions of Photography." In Parallel Lines: Printmakers, Painters and Photographers in Nineteenth-Century France, 46-125. Yale: Yale University Press, 2001.

Barron, Katy. et al., Alchemy: Twelve contemporary artists exploring the essence of photography. London: Purdy Hicks, 2006.

Barthes, Roland. Camera Lucida. Translated by Richard Howard. New York: Hill and Wang, 1981.

Batchen, Geoffrey. "Conception." In Burning with Desire: The Conception of Photography'', 24-53. Massachusetts: The MIT Press, 1992. Read: 22-35, Skim 36-50.

Batchen, Geoffrey. "Pictures." In Burning with Desire: The Conception of Photography. Massachusetts: The MIT Press, 1997.

Batchen, G. Editor. "Vernacular Photographies," History of Photography 24, no.3 (2000): 229-231. 262-271, Skim: the other two articles. (Please note the very brief critique Edwards makes of Bigham's work on Seydou Keita--above--on page 231.)

Baxandal, Michael. "Introduction: Language and Explanation." In Patterns of Intention: On the Historical Explanation of Pictures. New Haven and London:Yale University Press.

Bede, Cuthbert. "Photographic Pleasures popularly portrayed with pen & pencil," Amphoto facsimile book, American Photographic Book Publishing Co, 1973[1855].

Benson, Richard "Color Photography." In The Printed Picture, 184-209.

Benson, Richard. "Part 8, Color Notes." and "Part 9,Color Photography." In The Printed Picture, 174-209. New York: MOMA, 2008.

Bester, Rory. "City and Citizenship." In The Short Century edited by Okwui Enwezor, 219-224. London: Prestel, 2001.

Bielstein, Susan. In Art History: Research and Academic Publishing Workshop. London: Courtauld Research Forum, 3 June 2005. Originally published in CAA News, Newsletter of the College Art Association 30:5 (New York: College Art Association, September 2005).

Bigham, Elizabeth. In African Arts, spring (1999).

Blaschke, Estelle. "From the Picture Archive to the Image Bank."] Etudes Photographiques.

Blaschke, Estelle. "Photogenics"

de Bono, E. Po: Beyond Yes and No. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1972.

de Bono, E. Practical Thinking. Harmondsworth: Pelican Books, 1976.

Booth, Mark Haworth. In Photography an Independent Art, 153-179.

Brunet, Francois. ""A Better Example is a photograph": On the Exemplary Value of Photographs in C.S. Peirce's Reflection on Signs." In The Meaning of Photography, edited by Kelsey, 34-49. New Haven and London:Yale University Press, 2008.

Brunet, Francois. "The Photography of Literature." In Photography and Literature, 113-140. Reaktion Books: London, 2009

Buxton, W. Sketching User Experiences. 77-115. San Francisco: Morgan Kaufman, 2007.

Caraffa, Costanza, ed. Fotografie als Instrument und Medium der Kunstgeschichte Berlin: Deutscher Kunstverlag, 2009.

Chave, Anna. "Minimalism and Biography." In Art Bulletin 82, no.1 (2000): 149-163.

Coe, Brian and Paul Gates. The snapshot photography, 8-35. London: Ash and Grant, 1977.

Cole, Ernest and Thomas Flaherty. House of Bondage. New York: Random House, 1967.

Daston, Lorraine and Peter Galison. "Mechanical Objectivity." In Objectivity, 115-190. London: Zone Books, 2008.

Di Bello, Patrizia. "Seductions and Flirtations. Photographs, histories, theories." Photographies 1:2 (September 2008): 143-155.

Doward, Jamie. The Guardian. "Row rages over iconic image of Che Guevara", http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2010/mar/07/row-iconic-image-che-guevara

Doyle, Arthur Conan. "A Scandal in Bohemia." In The Short Story and Photography, 1880's-1980's: A Critical Anthology, edited by Jane Marjorie Rabb, The University of New Mexicoo Press, 1998.

Eder,Josef. Edward Epstean transl., History of Photography (New York: Dover, reprint of the 4th edition, 1972), Chapters 74-95, pp. 536-675 (only in this edition). In these chapters he covers pretty much the whole range of photographic processes. Original German editions are available in Portland 1.24.

Edwards, Steve. "The solitary exception: photography at the international exhibition, 1861." In The Making of English Photography: Allegories University Park, PA: Penn State University Press, 2006.

Edwards, Elizabeth and Janice Hart eds., Photographs Objects Histories: On the Materiality of Images (New York: Routledge, 2004)

Ermakoff, George. Augusto Malta e o Rio de Janeiro: 1903-1936. Brazil: G. Ermakoff Casa Editorial, 2009.

Fabian, Johannes. "Writing about Time and the Other." 73-179.

Fineman, Mia, "Kodak and the Rise of Amateur Photography." In Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History. New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2000.

Foster, Hal. "The Archive without Museums." October 77, Summer (1996): 97-119

Freund, Giselle. Photography & Society. One of the first Social Histories, the first edition is in French and then translated to English. Here is a Chapter.

Friday, Jonathan. "Placing the Digital Photograph: Issues of Medium, Representation and Aesthetics." Aesthetics after Photography Workshop. University of Warwick, 2008. (21 -22 November).

Ford, Colin. editied "Photography and the Mass market." In The story of popular photography , 42-89. London: Century Hutchinson Ltd, 1989.

Friday, Jonathan. "Photography, Painting and Related Pictoral Kinds." In Aesthetics and Photography. University of Aberdeen.

García Márquez, Gabriel. Love in the Time of Cholera. Translated by Edith Grossman. London: Cape, 1988.

Gasser, Martin. "History of Photography 1839-1939." History of Photography 16, on. 1 (1992): 50-60.

Geimer, Peter. "The Art of Resurrection: Malraux's Musee Imaginaire." In Fotografie als Instrument und Medium der Kunstgeschichte. Edited by Costanza Carrafa, 77-88. Berlin: Deutscher Kunstverlag, 2009.

Goldblatt, David. David Goldblatt : photographs. Roma: Contrasto, 2006.

Golden, Thelma. Black Male. New York: Whitney Museum of American Art, 1994.

Greenburg, Clement. "The Camera's Glass Eye" In The Collected Essays and Criticism: Arrogant purpose, 1945-1949, Edited by Clement Greenberg and John O'Brian Clement Greenburg

Greenough, Sarah, The art of the American snapshot, 1888-1978, Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2007.

Grosz, Elizabeth. "Refiguring Bodies." In Volatile Bodies. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1994.

Hammond, Anne. "Aesthetic Aspects of the Photomechanical Print"]. In British Photography in the nineteenth century: The fine art tradition, edited by Mike Weaver. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1989. 163-179.

Hannavy, John (1988) Roger Fenton and the British Museum. History of Photography, Vol.12 no.3, pp. 193-204.

Harding, Colin. Kodak in Britain part 1

Harding, Colin. Kodak in Britain part 2

Harding, Colin, Classic Cameras, Lewes: Photographers' Institute Press, 2009.

Harris, David. Review of Impressed by Light: British Photographs from Paper Negatives, 1840-1860 by Roger Taylor. Photography and Culture (2008). Headley, Gwyn."Stonewalling Stonehenge" Blog Item, October 19th, 2010

Himes, Darius. "Who Cares About Books?" Accessed 1 May 2008. A book has since been published with all essays)

Hobsbawn. "Invention of Tradition."

Jones, J. C. Design Methods. New York: John Wiley & Sons, 1992(2nd Ed.).

Juncker, Kristine. “Prop Art: African Imagery in 1960s and 70s Cuban Graphic Campaigns." ***NOTE: Do not cite without author's permission.***

Jürgens, Martin. "Bibliography for the Conservation of Digital Prints"

Kelsey, Robin. Archive Style Photographs and Illustrations for U.S. Surveys, 1850-1890. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2007. (See especially the introduction and chapters two and three, on Timothy O'Sullivan and C.C. Jones and the US Geological Survey.) (This book is in Kelley's office).

Kelsey, Robin. 'Of Fish, Birds, Cats, Mice, Spiders, Flies, Pigs, and Chimpanzees: How Chance Casts the Historic Action Photograph into Doubt' in History and Theory, Theme Issue 48 (December 2009), 59-76.

Kennedy, Randy "Artist Sues The A.P. Over Obama Image" New York Times [1]

Kodak Ltd Camera Production 1927-1977 document

Kramer, Hilton. "Art: Focus on Photo Shows," New York Times (1976).

Krase, Andreas and Agnes Matthias eds., Wahr-Zeichen: Fotografie und Wissenschaft, (Dresden: Technische Sammlung Dresden, 2006)

Krauss, Rosalind E. 'Notes on the Index: Seventies Art in America', "Source" vol. 3, Spring, 1977.

Krauss, Rosalind E. 'Notes on the Index: Seventies Art in America. Part 2', "Source" vol. 4, Autumn, 1977.

Krauss, Rosalind E. "Photography in the Service of Surrealism,"]] in Art of the Twentieth Century, A Reader. Ed. by Jason Gaiger and Paul Wood, New Haven: Yale University Press, 2003. 114-132.

Krippendorf, K.The Semantic Turn: A new foundation for design. London: CRC Press, Taylor & Francis, 2006.

Krug, S. Don’t Make Me Think: A Common Sense Approach to Web Usability. Indianapolis, Indiana, USA: Circle.com Library,New Riders Publishing, 2000.

Lager Vestberg, Nina. "From the Filing Cabinet to the Internet: Digitizing Photographic Libraries." In Fotografie als Instrument und Medium der Kunstgeschichte edited by Costanza Carrafa. Berlin: Deutscher Kunstverlag, 2009.

Lavédrine, Bertrand. Photographs of the Past: Process and Preservation. Los Angeles: Getty Conservation Institute, 2009.

Latour, Bruno. Science in Action, Introduction.

Latour, Bruno. 'clarifies some misunderstandings' in this web dialogue

Lesy, Michael."Visual Literacy," The Journal of American History (June 2007): 143-153.

Lewis, Brian and Harding, Colin, Kept in a shoebox. The popular experience of photography, Bradford: National Museum of Photography, Film and Television, 1992.

Lister, M. "Photography in the Age of Electronic Imaging." In Photography: A Critical Introduction edited by L. Wells. London: Routledge, 2009 (4th edition).

Maholy-Nagy, Laszlo. "Paths to the Unleashed Color Camera," from Color in Transparency. (Gottingen: Steidl, 2006).


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Kelley. "Documenting the World"

Morton, Christopher. Et. al. Thesiger in Africa. Selections.

Murray, Derek Conrad. “Hip-Hop vs. High Art: Notes on Race as Spectacle,” Art Journal 63:2 (Summer 2004): 4-19.

Nakate, Shashank. "History of the Image Scanner" [2]

National Media Museum Gallery 1 plan

National Media Museum Gallery 2 plan

Newbury, Darren. Defiant Images: Photography and Apartheid South Africa. South Africa: University of South Africa Press (UNISA), 2010.

Nickel, Doug 's article on the current state of Photographic History

Nielsen, J. Usability Engineering. London: Academic Press Limited, 1993.

Norman, D. The Design of Everyday Things. New York: Basic Books, 2002 (2nd Ed.).

Osterman, Marc. On the Evolution of the Daguerreotype before 1839

Pheasant, S. Bodyspace: anthropometry, ergonomics and the design of work. London: Taylor & Francis. 1996 (2nd edition). Chapters 1-6.

Phillips, Christopher. "A Mnemonic Art? Calotype Aesthetics at Princeton." October 26 (Autumn 1983): 34-62

Pinney, Christopher. Camera Indica: The Social Life of Indian Photographs (Reaktion Books, 1997) (Prologue, Chapters 1 and 2)Two pdfs AND

Poole, Deborah. "Equivalent Images"

Redish, J. Letting Go of the Words: Writing Web Content that Works. San Francisco, California, USA: Morgan Kaufmann Publishers, Elsevier, 2007.

Reilly,James. "Chapter one. The History of Photographic Printing in the 19th Century" and "Chapter four. Identification of 19th Century Photographic and Photomechanical Print Processes" in Care and Identification of 19th-Century Photographic Prints. Rochester, NY: Kodak Publications, 1986.

Richmond, Susan. "Sizing up the Dildo: Linda Benglis' 1974 Artforum Advertisement as a Feminist Icon." n. paradoxa 2005. 24-35.

Riefenstahl, Leni. Last of the Nuba. (Available in Portland 1.24--look at images please.)

Riego, Bernardo. From the "Newhall School" to the "Histories" of Photography: Experiences and proposals for the future, in Joan Fontcuberta (ed): Photography. Crisis of History (Barcelona: Actar) )

Roberts, John. "Introduction" in The Art of Interruption: Realism, photography and the everyday. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1998.

Roberts, Pam A Century of Colour Photography from the autochrome to the digital age (London: Andre Deutsch, 2007)

Rotha. "Nanook and the North."

Sampson, Gary D. "Unmasking the Colonial Picturesque" in Colonialist Photography. Eds. Gary D. Sampson and Eleanor M. Hight. London: Routledge, 2002.

Szarkowski, John. in Art of the Twentieth Century, A Reader, ed. by Jason Gaiger and Paul Wood, New Haven: Yale University Press, 2003. 132-139.

Sekula, Allan

Sekula, Allan. The Body and the Archive in October 39 pp 3-65.

Shcroft, Bill. "Orientalism" excerpt; The Post Colonial Studies Reader.

Shepperley, William A History of Photography, London: Arthurs Press Ltd, n.d. [1929].

Snyder, C, Paper prototyping: The fast and simple technique for designing and refining the user interface. San Francisco: Morgan Kaufmann Publishers, 2003.

Snyder, Joel. 'Photography, Vision and Representation', Critical Inquiry vol. 2, no. 1 Autumn 1975.

Snyder, Joel. "Picturing Vision" Critical Inquiry 6:3 (Spring 1980): 499-526.

Solomon-Godeau, Abigail. The Armed Vision Disarmed: Radical Formalism from Weapon to Style, in Photography at the Dock, Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1995. 52-84, 294.

Sontag, Susan. "Fascinating Facism".

Stenger, Erich. The March of Photography, London: Focal Press, 1958.

Szarkowski, John. William Eggleston. Cambridge, MA: Museum of Modern Art/The MIT Press, 1976. See also by Kramer, above.

Talbot, William Henry Fox. Some Account of the Art of Photogenic Drawing or the Process by which Natural Objects may be made to delineate themselves (London: R. and J.E. Taylor, 1839)

Talbot, William Henry Fox. 'Brief Historical Sketch of the Invention of the Art' in Pencil of Nature London:

Taylor, Charles. Public Culture II, No. I (1999): 153-174.

Taylor, Roger. Impressed by Light: British Photographs from Paper Negatives, 1840-1860. New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2007.

Taylor, Roger "Under an Indian Sky" in Impressed By Light: British Photographs from Paper Negatives (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2007)

The British Academy and the Publishers Association. April 2008 (Damian)

Thompson, Krista. “The Sound of Light: Reflections on Art History in the Visual Culture of Hip Hop,” Art Bulletin (Dec 2009): 481-505.

Thomke, S. Experimentation Matters: Unlocking the potential of new technologies for innovation. Boston, Mass.: Harvard Business School Press, 2003.

Jennifer Tucker 'Entwined Practices:Engagements with Photography in Historical Inquiry' in the special issue of History and Theory.

Waldroup, H. "Photographs from an American Album: The Albatross Nudes 1899-1900." Photography and Culture 3:1 (2010):19-40. (Marthe)

Ware, Mike. Cyanotype: The History, Science and Art of Photographic Printing in Prussian blue. London: Science Museum and NMPFT, 1999.

Wells, Liz. Abingdon : Routledge, 2009(4th edition).

Whitehead, Ann.

Wilder, Kelley. "Looking Through Photographs: Art, Archiving and Photography in the Photothek." In Fotografie als Instrument und Medium der Kunstgeschichte edited by Costanza Carrafa. Berlin: Deutscher Kunstverlag, 2009.

Wilder, Kelley. Photography and Science (Reaktion, 2009), Chapter 2.

Wilhelm, Henry. "A 15-Year History of Digital Printing Technology and Print Permanence in the Evolution of Digital Fine Art Photography-From 1991 to 2006"

Wilson,George Washington. "Stereograms of Scottish Scenery" in The Photographic News, 27 January 1860,

Zurbrugg, Nicholas. Editor. "The Ecstasy of Photography: Jean Baudrillard interviewed by Nicholas Zurbrugg (Paris, 4 June 1993)" in Jean Baudrillard, Art and Artefact. London: Sage Publications: 1997. 32-42.


PLEASE NOTE: In spite of efforts, the above citations may not be wholly in accordance with Chicago Manual of Style's bibliography format. Cite with care!


Instructional Videos

France Scully Osterman demonstrates the wet-plate collodion process

Making of a Daguerreotype by Takashi Arai

Scanning instruction

Materials handling instruction

Actor Network Theory in Plain English

Interesting Websites

George Eastman House, Rochester, New York

Goldblatt, David. Recent images can be found on : [3]

Luminous Lint

National Archives guides: [4]

Photo-eye Bookstore and Gallery

The new Trans Asia Photography Review

Reilly, James. Writings can be found on : Graphics Atlas.

The Astrographic Catalogue also known as the Carte du Ciel

E.E. Barnard's Photographic Atlas of the Milky Way

The United States Geological Survey Photographic Library

Many artists also bought into this idea of cataloguing via photography, the most famous being perhaps Blossfeldt, August Sander, and Bernd and Hilda Becher

Mimesis

Indexicality

The Third & The Seventh By Alex Roman

The Making of The Third and the Seventh

Fake or Foto game

Background on the Iwo Jima flag raising picture

Top ten of the most expensive photographs: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_most_expensive_photographs

For a discussion on appraising photographs: http://www.iphotocentral.com/collecting/article_view.php/5/8/1

A review of Christie's Autumn 1998 Photographs auction. Media:Christie's_Photography_Sale_1998_review.pdf

Here is a link from an exhibition done at the NMeM in 2008 here

And of course you should have a look at the Press Association website

Research Methods

Workshop 1

"History of the Image Scanner"

CCD chip "(charged coupled device)"

Anon. Portrait of Michael Faraday. Daguerreotype. c.1848 Source: "National Media Museum".

Paul Strand

"The Victoria & Albert Museum " offers free use of its images for personal and educational uses.

"The Metropolitan Museum of Art" in conjunction with ArtSTOR offers publication-quality images free for use by the scholalrly community through the Images for Academic Publishing initiative.

"Wikimedia Commons" is a media file repository making available public domain and freely-licensed educational media content (images, sound and video clips) to all.

"The story of Danielle and Jeff Smith's familiy photo".

"National Portrait Gallery case ".

Try using TinEye Website to search for copies of images you know.

"The UK Copyright Service" provides a useful step-by-step guide to creating a copyright statement.

"Getty Image Website Terms And Conditions Of Use"

"Science & Society Picture Library"

"Eastman House"

"Creative Commons"

"Photographs Exhibited in Britain 1839-1865 "

Workshop 2

"The Chicago Manual of Style"

Workshop 4

Persistent URL: http://edina.ac.uk/cgi-bin/purl/eig/hm9804-001.jpg

Digital scholarship

search engines

There is a really good set of tips about Google search operators at here .

The Exhibitions of the Royal Photographic Society Web site http://erps.dmu.ac.uk.

Arts-Humanities.net

A review of the advantages of research collaboration in the Humanites and links to useful online Humanities discussion lists, blogs and communities. http://digitalscholarship.wordpress.com/

Workshop 9

'Academic Poster'

Edinburgh Napier University site on poster design

Interactive tutorial on poster design

Examples of academic posters

Workshop 11

Chicago Style Tips

Chicago style footnoting at University of Wisconsin

Some links on essay writing and referencing:

http://www.eslbee.com/advanced_composition.htm

http://www.slideshare.net/pemiller/addressing-your-audience-1370664

http://www.victoria.ac.nz/library/resources/guides/referencing.html#guidesection.1170

Academics writing for specific audiences:

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