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Diabeł z Zachodu i szatan ze Wschodu. Re eksja badawcza nad fotogra a wobec przemian we współczesnej nauce
(Society Liber pro Arte, 2017)
The study of photography in “western academia” is today more prolific than it has ever been in the history of photography. While, however, since the 1970s scholars in this environment have published a relatively large body ...
“… And I will Live Forever”: The Intimate Politics of Family Photographs
This invited talk investigated the practice of family photography and its interrelationship with the social domain, with state politics, and issues of cultural difference, class, nationalism and racism. Addressing some ...
Exposing Minorities: Domestic Photography and Cultural History in Post-Communist Poland, 1989-1996
In 1994 the Jewish-Polish Shalom Foundation announced a photographic contest whose intention was to reconstruct the sociocultural histories of Polish-Jews who lived in the geographical region of Poland before, during and ...
Photographic Histories, Actualities, Potentialities: Amateur Photography as Photographic Historiography
(National Media Museum, 2013)
This essay enters into a brief dialogue with the work of some scholars who mapped out the historiography of photography with a view to assessing whether its history could be explained comprehensibly and exist within a ...
Subwersywna moc prywatnych kolekcji fotografii. Żydzi w polskiej pamięci zbiorowej po upadku komunizmu
(Konteksty: Antropologia Kultury-Etnografia-Sztuka, 2017)
In 1994 the Jewish-Polish Shalom Foundation announced a photographic contest whose intention was to reconstruct the social and cultural histories of Polish Jews who lived in the geographical region of Poland before, during ...
“The Brownies in Palestina”: politicizing geographies in family photographs.
Récits d'un territoire = Ground narratives
(Diaphane éditions, 2013)
Covering horror: family photographs in Israeli reportage on terrorism.
(University College London, 2009)
Making a Home in Poland: The Jewish Sightseeing Movement and Its Photographic Practices
Our paper focused on the photographic practices the Poland-based Jewish sightseeing movement employed between the two World Wars, to promote Jewish cultural identity and Poland as a home for the Jewish people. Founded in ...