This edition contains 27 articles, written by scholars and filmmakers who are generally acknowledged as the international authori...
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This edition contains 27 articles, written by scholars and filmmakers who are generally acknowledged as the international authorities in the field, and a new preface by the editor. The book covers ethnographic filming and its relations to the cinema and television; applications of filming to anthropological research, the uses of still photography, archives, and videotape; subdisciplinary applications in ethnography, archeology, bio-anthropology, museology and ethnohistory; and overcoming the funding problems of film production.
Paul Hockings is Professor (emeritus) of Anthroplogy at the University of Illinois-Chicago, USA.
INTRODUCTION Visual Anthropology in a Discipline of Words Margaret Mead
ETHNOGRAPHIC FILMING AND THE CINEMA The History of Ethnographic Film Emilie de Brigard Feature Films as Cultural Documents John H. Weakland McCarty's Law and How to Break it Mark Mc Carty
SOME RECENT APPROACHES TO ANTHROPOLOGICAL FILM The Camera and Man Jean Rouch Observational Cinema Colin Young Beyond Observational Cinema David MacDougall Idea and Event in Urban Film John Marshall and Emile de Brigard Research Filming of Naturally Occuring Phenomena: Basic Strategies E. Richard Sorenson and Allison Jablonko
VISUAL ANTHROPOLOGY AND THE PAST Ethnographic Film and History Jean Dominique Lajoux Reconstructing Cultures on Film Asen Balikci The Role of Film in Archeology Stuart Struever Ethnographic Photography in Anthropological Research Joanna Cohan Scherer Our Totemic Ancestors and Crazed Masters Jean Rouch
SOME SPECIALIZED USES OF FILM AND VIDEOTAPE Photography and Visual Anthropology John Collier Jr. Videotape: New Techniques of Observation and Analysis in Anthropology Joseph H. Schaeffer Filming Body Behavior J. H. Prost Audiovisual Tools for the Analysis of Culture Style Alan Lomax Film in Ethnographic Research Timothy Asch and Patsy Asch
THE PRESENTATION OF ANTHROPOLOGICAL INFORMATION Ethnographies on the Airwaves: The Presentation of Anthropology on American, British, Belgian and Japanese Television Faye Ginsburg The First Videotheque Yasuhiro Omori Funding Ethnographic Film and Video Productions in America Sabine Jell-Bahlsen Ethnographic Filmmaking for Japanese Television Yasuko Ichioka Matters of Fact Roger Sandall
THE FUTURE OF VISUAL ANTHROPOLOGY The Tribal Terror of Self-Awareness Edmund Carpenter Visual Record, Human Knowledge, and the Future E. Richard Sorenson Conclusion: Ethnographic Filming and Anthropological Theory Paul Hockings