The Civil Contract of Photography has 42 ratings and 3 reviews. An argument that anyone can pursue political agency and resistance through photography, e. ARGUMENTATION AND ADVOCACY 47 (Winter ): I BOOK REVIEWS The Civil Contract ofPhotography. By Ariella Azoulay. New York: Zone . In this groundbreaking work, Ariella Azoulay thoroughly revises our understanding of the ethical status of photography. It must, she insists.
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Jennifer Tucker; Ariella Azoulay. Ariella Azoulay’s book takes up the subject of the contemporary documentation of human suffering by means of photography. The book, more insistently than most others on documentary photography, urges phogography of photographic images of human suffering to think more rigorously about issues of governance, political rights, modern citizenship, and the claims of the photographed subject.
Central to Azoulay’s argument is the critique of the groundbreaking writings on photography by Susan Sontag: Most users should sign in with their email address.
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