Epistemological Intersections: Anthropology and Art - In This Field: Akram Zaatari’s Ethnographic Excavations
Cairo Papers in Social Science
This collection of essays builds on presentations and debates that were part of Cairo Papers 19th Annual Symposium, “Sights of Knowledge: Debates about Visual Production in the Middle East,” held in spring 2010. It also integrates commissioned contributions by other authors to reflect the wide scope of visual productions and engagements with and about the Middle East. Of special significance is a paper that deals with the 25 January Revolution and the visual productions and effects thereof. How was the revolution experienced through the visual production of everyday life on the square? And how and what forms of visual engagements allow us to tell different façades of experiences and demands that occasioned the revolution? Cairo Papers in Social Science 31:3/11
Visual Productions of Knowledge Toward a Different Middle East
Hanan Sabea, Mark Westmoreland
American University in Cairo Press
Cairo Papers in Social Science 31(3/4)
visual production, middle east, photographic practices, Egypt, imaginary, knowledge production, arts, film
Westmoreland, M. R.
(2008).Epistemological Intersections: Anthropology and Art - In This Field: Akram Zaatari’s Ethnographic Excavations. American University in Cairo Press. , 124-144
Westmoreland, Mark R.
Epistemological Intersections: Anthropology and Art - In This Field: Akram Zaatari’s Ethnographic Excavations. American University in Cairo Press, 2008.pp. 124-144