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By: Nicholas Mirzoeff

In: Visual Culture Studies

Chapter 1: Visual Culture, Everyday Life, Difference, and Visual Literacy

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Visual Culture, Everyday Life, Difference, and Visual Literacy
Visual culture, everyday life, difference, and visual literacy
NicholasMirzoeff
Introduction

Nicholas Mirzoeff is Professor in The Steinhardt School of Education, New York University. He is author of Silent Poetry: Deafness, Silence, and Visual Culture in Modern France (1995), Bodyscape: Art, Modernity, and the Ideal Figure (1995), An Introduction to Visual Culture (1999), Watching Babylon: The War in Iraq (2005) and forthcoming books on Visual Literacy and on Seinfeld. He is also the editor of the landmark Visual Culture Reader (1998 [2002]). This interview draws out a number of threads central to Mirzoeff's recent and forthcoming intellectual projects. Some of these threads cluster around reoccurring issues central to the study of visual culture such as historicity, pedagogy, studio practice, academic labour ...

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