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Agitating ImagesPhotography against History in Indigenous Siberia$
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Craig Campbell

Print publication date: 2014

Print ISBN-13: 9780816681051

Published to Minnesota Scholarship Online: August 2015

DOI: 10.5749/minnesota/9780816681051.001.0001

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Ethics of Presence and the (De)generative Image

Ethics of Presence and the (De)generative Image

(p.211) Conclusion Ethics of Presence and the (De)generative Image
Agitating Images

Craig Campbell

University of Minnesota Press

I argue that photographs work along the same principle as archives and they undermine the rules of historical narrative by way of their bald disclosure of alternative historical readings, blind spots, and the seams of knowledge production itself. Image agitators are dangerous communications to the integrity of conventional historiography.

Keywords:   Siberia, Soviet, Evenki, Photography, Photographic Theory, Archives, Cultural History, Sovietization, Indigenous Peoples, early twentieth century

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