Table of contents for Locating memory : photographic arts / edited by Annette Kuhn and Kirsten McAllister.

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List of Illustrations
1Locating Memory: Photographic Acts--An Introduction
Annette Kuhn and Kirsten Emiko McAllister
Part I:Identities
2Re-placing History: Critiquing the Colonial Gaze through Photographic Works by Jeffrey Thomas and Greg Staats 
Andrea Walsh
3Photography, ¿Englishness¿ and Collective Memory: The National Photographic Record Association, 1897-1910
Elizabeth Edwards
4A Story of Escape: Family Photographs from Japanese Canadian Internment Camps
Kirsten Emiko McAllister
Part II:Dis/Locations
5 The Return of the Aura: Contemporary Writers Look Back at the First World War Photograph
Marlene A. Briggs6¿There Was Never a Camp Here¿: Searching for Vapniarka
Marianne Hirsch and Leo Spitzer
7The Space Between: Photography and the Time of Forgetting in the Work of Willie Doherty
Andrew Quick
8Displaced Events: Photographic Memory and Performance Art
Nick Kaye
Part III:Reframings
9Vietnam War Photography as a Locus of Memory
Patrick Hagopian
10Speaking the Album: An Application of the Oral-photographic Framework
Martha Langford
11Talking Through: This Space Around Four Pictures by Jeff Wall 
Jerry Zaslove and Glen Lowry
Notes on Contributors

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Photography -- Philosophy.
Photography -- Social aspects.
Space and time.
History -- Sources.