Images: critical and primary sources volume 1: Understanding images.
Contributor(s): Manghani, Sunil.Material type: BookSeries: Images : critical and primary sources.Publisher: London : Bloomsbury, 2013ISBN: 9780857850843.Subject(s): Art | Visual sociology | Visual communication | Image (Philosophy)DDC classification: 701.1MAN
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Images: Critical and Primary Sources is a major multi-volume work of reference that brings together seminal writings on the image. Taking an interdisciplinary approach, the essays range across the domains of philosophy, history, art, aesthetics, literature, science, anthropology, critical theory and cultural studies. The essays reveal a wide set of perspectives, problematics and approaches, helping to frame a rich, encompassing view of what we can broadly term 'image studies'. The four volumes are arranged thematically, each separately introduced and with the essays structured into specific sections for easy reference. Volume 1: Understanding Images establishes conceptual, historical, ideological and philosophical framings for understanding and defining the image; followed in Volume 2: The Pictorial Turn with a focus on the most enduring and constitutive question of the image: its relationship to, with and against text and textuality. Volume 3: Image Theory offers representative materials covering key theoretical approaches for analyzing, interpreting and critiquing the image. Finally, Volume 4: Image Cultures examines a wide range of social and cultural contexts of the image, which covers aspects of visual evidence, image and memory, visual methodologies, scientific imaging and the practical engagement of image-makers. Images: Critical and Primary Sources offers a major scholarly resource for any researchers involved in the study of the image and visual culture.
Part of 4 volume set: Vol.1 : understanding images - Vol.2 : the pictorial turn - Vol.3 : image theory - Vol.4 : image cultures.