Bibliography

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Here is a  list of some of the key sources and references I have consulted during the course of the MA so far (and in particular, the ‘Informing Contexts’ module).

Please note: This list will be regularly updated. 

For my own reference: Guide to Harvard referencing at Falmouth University is here.

 


 

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ANDERSON, C. Website, Magnum Photos. Available at: https://www.magnumphotos.com/photographer/christopher-anderson [Accessed: February 2019.]

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BARTHES, R. (1977). ‘Image Music Text’. London: Fontana Press.

BARTHES, R. (1980). ‘Camera Lucida’. New York: Hill & Wang.

BARTHES, R. and SONTAG, S. (1982). ‘A Barthes Reader’. New York: Hill and Wang.

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BERGER, J. (1972). ‘Ways of Seeing’. 2008 Edition. London: Penguin.

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BERGER, J. (1972). ‘Ways of Seeing 1′. Available at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0pDE4VX_9Kk. [Accessed 15th March 2019]

BERGER, J. (1972) ‘Ways of Seeing 2′. Available at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m1GI8mNU5Sg. [Accessed 15th March 2019]

BERGER, J. (1972) ‘Ways of Seeing 3′. Available at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z7wi8jd7aC4. [Accessed 15th March 2019]

BERGER, J. (1972)’Ways of Seeing 4′. Available at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5jTUebm73IY. [Accessed 15th March 2019]

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CAMPANY, D. (2003). Safety in Numbness: Some Remarks on Problems of ‘Late Photography’. David Campany website. Available at: http://davidcampany.com/safety-in-numbness/. [Accessed: 19th March 2019 ]

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DE BOTTON, A. and ARMSTRONG, J. (2016). ‘Art as Therapy’. Phaidon Press.

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GRANT, S. (2014). ‘Professional Photography: The New Global Landscape Explained’. London: Routledge.

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HARRIS, S. (2019). Seminar: ‘Herbaria: a role in modern ecology’?

HARRISON, A. 2018. ‘Poetic Photography From Rinko Kawauchi’. Ignant.com. Available at: https://www.lensculture.com/articles/rinko-kawauchi-illuminance [Accessed February 2019]

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