Table of contents for The nineteenth century visual culture reader / edited by Jeannene M. Przyblyski and Vanessa R. Schwartz.

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Table of Contents
Modernity and the Nineteenth Century: A Visual Culture Reader
Preface by the Editors
I.	 Visual Culture and Disciplinary Practices
1. Jeannene Przyblyski and Vanessa R. Schwartz, "Visual Culture's History: TwentyFirst-Century Interdisciplinarity and Its Nineteenth-Century Objects"
2. Margaret Cohen and Anne Higonnet, "Complex Culture" 
3. Michael Wilson, "On History and Its Relation to Visual Culture."
II.	Genealogies
4. Charles Baudelaire, from "The Painter of Modern Life" (1863)
5. Karl Marx, from "Part I. Commodities and Money" Capital, Vol.I. (1867)		
6. Sigmund Freud, from "The Dream Work" from The Interpretation of Dreams. (1900)	
7. Georg Simmel, from "The Metropolis and Mental Life." (1903)
8. Alois Riegel, from "The Modern Cult of Monuments: Its Character and Its Origin." (1928)
9. Siegfried Kracauer, "Photography" from The Mass Ornament. (1927)
10. Walter Benjamin, from "The Work of Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction." (1936).
III.	Technology and Vision 
11. Michel Foucault, "Panopticism" from Discipline and Punish. 
12. Gisele Freund, "Precursors of the Photographic Portrait" from Photography and Society. 
13. Jonathan Crary, "Techniques the Observer" from Techniques of the Observer 
14. Wolfgang Schivelbusch, "Panoramic Travel" from The Railway Journey. Trains and Travel in the 19th Century. 
15. Tom Gunning, from "'Animated Pictures': Tales of the Cinema's Forgotten Future, after 100 Years of Film." 
IV.	Practices of Display and the Circulation of Images
16. Tony Bennett, "The Exhibitionary Complex" from The Birth of the Museum.	
17. Dan Sherman, "The Bourgeoisie, Cultural Appropriation, and the Art Museum in Nineteenth Century France."		 
18. James R. Ryan, "On Visual Instruction" from Picturing Empire: Photography and the Visualization of the British Empire. 
19. Erika Rappaport, "A New Era of Shopping" from Shopping for Pleasure.	
V. Cities and the Built Environment
20. Carl E. Schorske, "The Ringstrasse" from Fin-de-Siecle Vienna.
21. T. J. Clark, "The View from Notre Dame" from The Painting of Modern Life: Paris in the Art of Manet and his Followers. 
22. David Henkin, "Billboards and Banners" from City Reading.		
23. Judith Walkowitz, "Urban Spectatorship," from City of Dreadful Delight. 
24. David Nye, "Electricity and Signs" from Electrifying America. Social Meanings of a New Technology.	
25. Jennifer Watts, "Picture taking in Paradise: Los Angeles and the Creation of Regional Identity."
VI. Visualizing the Past
26. Pierre Nora, "Between Memory and History" from Realms of Memory. 
27. Maurie Samuels, "The Illustrated History Book: History Between Word and Image." 
28. Darcy Grimaldo Grigsby, "Revolutionary Sons, White Fathers and Creole Difference: Guillaume Guillon-Lethière's Oath of the Ancestors (1822)." 
29. Kirk Savage, "Molding Emancipation: John Quincy Adams Ward's The Freedman and the Meaning of the Civil War."		
30. Joy Kasson, "Staking a Claim to History" from Buffalo Bill's Wild West: Celebrity, Memory and Popular History.		
VII. Imagining Differences
31. Linda Nochlin, "The Imaginary Orient" from The Politics of Vision.		
32. S. Hollis Clayson, "Painting the Traffic in Women" from Painted Love.		
33. Eric Ames,"From the Exotic to the Everyday: The Ethnographic Exhibit in Germany"
34. Marcus Verhagen, "Bohemia in Doubt." 
VIII. Inside and Out: Seeing The Personal and the Political	
35. Lisa Tickner, "Banners and Banner-Making" from The Spectacle of Women: Imagery of the Suffrage Campaign, 1907-1914.
36. Sharon Marcus "The Portière and the Personification of Urban Observation" from Apartment Stories.	
37. Shawn Michelle Smith, "'Baby's Picture Is Always Treasured:' Eugenics and the Reproduction of Whiteness in the Family Photograph Album" from American Archives.
38. Debora Silverman, "Psychologie Nouvelle" from Art Nouveau in Fin-de-Siecle France.

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Arts and society History 19th century, Visual communication History 19th century, Communication and culture History 19th century