The right to the city is associated with possession of urban history. Is a public and inclusive historian practice possible to achieve this?
Tag Archive for ‘Photographs (Fotografien)’
This article tells the story of a photographic exhibition collectively produced between a university and a school in the interior of Brazil.
This text examines the role of stereoscopy in the 30-minute film poem “1:1” (Germany 2021, Telemach Wiesinger).
Abstract: Like any revolution, the toppling of Communist rule across Eastern Europe lasts in memories through iconic images. Yet the camera does not capture in a uniform way revolutions and… Read More ›
In 1991 began the siege of Dubrovnik by the Yugoslav army, controlled by the Serbs. The siege was widely covered by the media. Since 2004 a photo gallery in this city devotes itself exclusively to war photography.
Historical photos are a favoured instrument of Public Historians, especially in exhibitions. They evoke emotions and create narrative dimensions for a broad audience.