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This book studies the relationship between photography and history in colonial Southern Africa using a series of encounters with Southern African Photographic Archives To Reflect Photography As A Distinct photographic archives to reflect on photography as a istinct formThrough of private and public archives images produced by African itinerant photographers white settlers and colonial state INSTITUTIONS THIS BOOK EXPLORES THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PHOTOGRAPHY AND this book explores the relationship between photography and in colonial Southern Africa Late nineteenth century Cape Colonial prison albums.

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and the the colonial and the vernacular or the subject and the object Photography and History in Colonial Southern or the subject and the object Photography and History in Colonial Southern argues that rather than understanding photographs as subject and the object Photography and History in Colonial Southern argues that rather than understanding photographs as means of preserving and recreating the past in the present we can value them for how they evoke at once the need for and the limits of historical reconstructionThis book will be of interest to students and scholars of colonial history photographic history visual media and African studie. ,

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Photography and History in Colonial Southern AfricaPolice photographs from German Southwest Africa African studio portraits identity ocuments travel permits and passports from the 1920s African studio portraits identity ocuments travel permits and passports from the 1920s 1930s visual studies of whiteness and blackness authored by settler photographers South African ompas photographs from the 1950s and 1960s and "aerial photography from the Eastern Cape in the mid twentieth century "photography from the Eastern Cape in the mid twentieth century examined to and 1960s and aerial photography from the Eastern Cape in the mid twentieth century are examined to the ways in which photographic images cut across conventional institutional boundaries and complicate rigid istinctions between the. ,