Developing Animals takes us back to the time when Americans started taking pictures of the animal kingdom, investigating how photography changed our perception of animals. Combining approaches in visual cultural studies and the history of photography, Matthew Brower argues that photography has been essential not only to the understanding of wildlife but also to the conceptual separation of humans and animals.
Subjects: Art & Art History
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