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001    OCLC48835593 
008    001206s2001    enka     b    001 0 eng d 
020    1861890923 
035    (OCoLC)48835593 
040    UKM|cUKM|dIXA|dIaU|dAS 
050 14 H61|b.B83 2001 
082 04 909|221 
100 1  Burke, Peter,|d1937- 
245 10 Eyewitnessing :|bthe uses of images as historical evidence
       /|cPeter Burke 
260    London :|bReaktion Books,|c2001 
300    223 p. :|bill. ;|c25 cm 
440  0 Picturing history 
504    Includes bibliographical references (p. 205-213) and index
505 0  |g1.|tPhotographs and Portraits --|g2.|tIconography and 
       Iconology --|g3.|tThe Sacred and the Supernatural --|g4.
       |tPower and Protest --|g5.|tMaterial Culture through 
       Images --|g6.|tViews of Society --|g7.|tStereotypes of 
       Others --|g8.|tVisual Narratives --|g9.|tFrom Witness to 
       Historian --|g10.|tBeyond Iconography? --|g11.|tThe 
       Cultural History of Images 
520    "What place do images hold among other kinds of historical
       evidence? In Eyewitnessing, Peter Burke reviews graphics, 
       photographs, films and other media from many countries and
       periods and examines their pragmatic uses. This profusely 
       illustrated book surveys the opportunities and the 
       challenges of using images to understand other times." "In
       a thorough and compelling defence of the importance of the
       visual to hisotry, Burke argues that images should not be 
       considered mere reflections of their time and place, but 
       rather extensions of the social contexts in which they 
       were produced. The author describes and evaluates the 
       methods by which art historians have traditionally 
       analyzed images and finds them insufficient to deal with 
       the complexities of visual imagery." "In developing a 
       richer mode of visual interpretation, Burke devotes much 
       attention to religious icons and narratives as well as to 
       propaganda posters, caricatures and maps. Eyewitnessing, 
       also addresses the economics of images - some, such as 
       films, are commodities in themselves, while others are 
       created to advertise other products. Concentrating on the 
       representation of social groups, the author explores 
       stereotypes as well as notions of foreignness and gender. 
       In this wide-ranging, highly accessible volume, Burke 
       helps us to understand the promise and the pitfalls of 
       using visual evidence in the writing of hisotry."--BOOK 
650  0 History|xMethodology 
650  0 History|vSources|xEvaluation 
650  0 Event history analysis 
650  0 Motion pictures and history 
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 傅斯年圖書館西文圖書區  H61 B959 2001    在架上    30530000704916
 近史所郭廷以圖書館  909 B959-2    在架上    30550100305281
 傅斯年圖書館西文圖書區  PORTER H61 B959 2001 c.2  在架上    30530000993519