Foregoing the political lens through which we usually look back at racial photography, this talk returns racial photography into the history of science and addresses it as a form of scientific evidence. Morris-Reich reconstructs individual cases, conceptual genealogies, and patterns of practice of the use of photography and photographic techniques for the study of “race” from the nineteenth century to the Nazi period.
(University of Haifa)
Cosponsored by the
UCLA Department of History
UCLA Department of Germanic Languages
UCLA Department of Art History