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Perspectives on Photography is a series that involves broad, creative thinking about photographic history, establishing links between photography and other fields, such as cultural history, the sciences, economics, literature, art history, politics and anthropology. As envisioned, the series includes works that are innovative, interdisciplinary, and international in scope. Books in the series aim to raise and address provocative questions and provide new information about photography worldwide. Typical studies examine how photography has been a catalyst for other fields, or conversely how photography has been subject to the influence of other art forms and intellectual disciplines.

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Photography and its Critics

A Cultural History, 1839–1900

Photography and its Critics

A Cultural History, 1839–1900