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Do Instagram And Flickr Shape the Art of the Revolution?

MPeterson , December 12th, 2017


Is Instagram a significant factor in how Egyptian artists used street art to protest the revolution? How about Flickr? My sense, based on all the recent books and…


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The Babysitter

Maximilian Forte , December 22nd, 2015


Big Chief, Big Daddy, Big Babysitter to the World If “winning hearts and minds” is at the top of your global campaign agenda for strategic communication, then you…


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Bare Feet

Maximilian Forte , December 22nd, 2015


  Encoding Poverty, Backwardness, and Dependency in US Military Imagery Bare feet. Ever since I was a small child, I have been made aware of how not wearing…


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Notes on the 5th digital ethnography reading session (Murray 2008)

John Postill , November 11th, 2015


By Julian Waters-Lynch PhD candidate RMIT University, Melbourne See other posts on the digital ethnography reading group The November session of the Digital Ethnography Reading Group took place…


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5th digital ethnography reading session (Murray 2008)

John Postill , November 10th, 2015


By Will Balmford Digital Ethnography Research Centre (DERC) RMIT University, Melbourne The November session of the Digital Ethnography Reading Group will take place on Wed, 11 November, from…


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Realism or Iconography? The Pentagon’s Implicit Theory of Visual Representation

Maximilian Forte , October 11th, 2014


The following is an extract from my chapter, “A Flickr of Militarization: Photographic Regulation, Symbolic Consecration, and the Strategic Communication of ‘Good Intentions’,” published in Good Int…


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The US Military as Great Chief, Father, Doctor, and Babysitter

Maximilian Forte , October 2nd, 2014


The following is an extract from my chapter, “A Flickr of Militarization: Photographic Regulation, Symbolic Consecration, and the Strategic Communication of ‘Good Intentions’,” published in Good Int…


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The Visual Imperium

Maximilian Forte , September 30th, 2014


The following is an extract from my chapter, “A Flickr of Militarization: Photographic Regulation, Symbolic Consecration, and the Strategic Communication of ‘Good Intentions’,” published in Good Int…


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Pentagon Photography and Visual Anthropology

Maximilian Forte , September 27th, 2014


Could it be any more obvious how the Pentagon has learned to mimic certain styles of anthropological photography as shown in the instance above? Resembling any of a…


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