Making and Taking: Colonial Histories and Decolonial Possibilities in Photography

Rosenman, Cecelia L.

2020

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  • This thesis considers photography’s history of making and taking images of indigenous communities in relation to nation-building discourses in the United States and Mexico alongside contemporary photographic responses of resistance to this history. From the perspective of colonialism, this text considers how the state-building logic of the United States and Mexico, respectively, mobilized myths ... read more
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