War Issue Bibliography

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War Issue Bibliography


Miller, Kristin, Afterimage


Abbas. La revolution confisquee. paris: Clerat, 1980.

Associated Press. Memories of World War II. New York: H.N. Abrams, 2004.

Bachner, Evan. At Ease: Navy Men of World War II. New York: Harry N. Abrams, Inc., 2004.

Boomhower, Ray E. One Shot: The World War II Photography of John A. Bushemi. Indianapolis, In: Indianapolis Historical Society, 2004.

Capa, Cornell, ed. The concerned Photographer. The Photographs of Werner Bischof, Andre Kertesz, Robert Capa, Leonard Freed, David "Chim" Seymour, Dan Weiner. New York, Grossman Publishers, 1968.

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______ The Concerned Photographer 2. The Photographs of Marc Riboud, Roman Vishniac, Bruce Davidson, Gordon Parks, Ernst Haas, Hiroshi Hamaya, Donald McCullin, W. Eugene Smith. New York. Grossman Publishers, 1972.

Capa, Robert. Children of War, Children of Peace. Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1991.

______ Photographs. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1985.

De la Parra, Marco and Ariel Dorfman. Chile from Within. Ed. Susan Meiselas. New York: W.W. Norton, 1990.

Delahaye, Luc. History. London: Chris Boot, 2003.

Dimbleby, Jonathan and Don McCullin. The Palestinians. New York; Quartet Books, 1980.

Duncan, David Douglas. I Protest! New York: Signet Books, 1968.

______ Photo Nomad. New York: W.W. & Co., 2003.

______ This is War! A Photo-Narrative of the Korean War. Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1951.

______ War Without Heroes. New York: Harper & Row Publishers, 1970.

Evans, David. John Heartfield. AIZ/VI 1930-38. New York: Kent Fine Art, Inc., 1992.

Fernandez, Benedict. In Opposition. Images of American Dissent in the Sixties. New York: Da Capo Press, 1968.

Friend, Melanie. No Place Like Home: Echoes From Kosovo. San Francisco. Ca.: Midnight Editions, 2001.

Forche, Carolyn. El Salvador. New York: Writers and Readers Publishing Cooperative, 1983.

Fralin, Frances. The Indelible Image: Photographs of War--1846 to the Present. New York: Harry N. Abrams, Inc., 1985.

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Fratkin, Leslie. Sarajevo Self-Portrait: The View from Inside. New York: Umbrage Editions, 2001.

Girardin, Daniel. Eclipse: Photographs by Zalmai. New York: Umbrage Editions, 2002.

Grave Testimony: Photographs of the Civil War. Malibu, Ca.: J. Paul Getty Museum, 1992.

Griffiths, Philip Jones. Vietnam Inc. New York: Collier Books, 1971.

Hannavy, John. Roger Fenton. Boston: David R. Godine, 1976.

Griffiths, Phillip Jones. Agent Orange: "Collateral Damage" in Viet Nam. London: Trolley Limited, 2003.

Harris, David. Of Battle and Beauty: Felice Beato's Photographs of China. Santa Barbara, CA: Santa Barbara Museum of Art, 1999.

Haviv, Ron. Blood and Honey: A Balkan War Journal. New York: TV Books, 2000.

Heller, Jonathan, ed. War and Conflict: Selected Images from the National Archives 1765-1970. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1990.

Henry, Karen and Karen Love. War Zones. Vancouver: Vancouver Art Forum Society, 2000.

Honnef, Klaus and Peter Pachnicke, eds. John Heartfield. New York: Harry N. Abrams, Inc. 1992.

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Howe, Peter, ed., Shooting Under Fire. The World of the War photographer. New York: Artisan, 2002.

Huddleston, John. Killing Ground: Photographs of the Civil War and the Changing American Landscape. Baltimore: The John Hopkins University Press, 2002.

Ingelevics, Vid. Alltagsgeschichten = Some Histories of Everyday Life. Toronto: Gallery TPW; Ottawa: Canadian Museum of Contemporary Photography, 1999.

Jacobson, Colin, ed. Underexposed: Pictures Can Lie and Liars Use Pictures. London: Vision On Publishing, 2002.

Johnson, William S., ed. W. Eugene Smith, Master of the Photographic Essay. …

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