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2011′s Most Popular in Print: Photography

In collaboration with Tom Rankin, director of the Center for Documentary StudiesSouthern Cultures has released the 2011 Photography Issue, featuring full-color photographs by William Eggleston and William Christenberry and much more. Read it free online through Project Muse or order it in print. Or save big and get the entire Photography Issue for Kindle, Nook, or Sony Library Reader for only $3.96

You can also download individual eBook articles for only $0.99 (see below). 

Front Porch
by Harry L. Watson
“It requires very special talent to make great photographs, and those who have it are among our finest artists.

The Cruel Radiance of the Obvious
by Tom Rankin, Guest Editor
William Eggleston is the point of entry for this preview of the 2011 Photography issue, an introduction that includes striking photographs from Ansel Adams, Walker Evans, and Dorothea Lange, too. Guest Editor Tom Rankin also explores the stunning work of Paul Kwilecki.
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American Studies
photography by Michael Carlebach
So often we see photographs of a humorless South, but Michael Carlebach reminds us to smile at ourselves.
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Mapping The Democratic Forest:
The Postsouthern Spaces of William Eggleston
by Ben Child
with full-color photographs by William Eggleston
Eggleston, the iconoclastic and colorful groundbreaker, imbues the mundane with vibrancy.
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Stereo Propaganda
featuring full-color mixed media by Lynn Marshall-Linnemeier
Old photographs meet new color, creating thoughtful new meanings.
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“Those little color snapshots”: William Christenberry
interviewed by William R. Ferris
featuring full-color photographs by William Christenberry
Follow the evolution of the vision and career of one of the South’s foremost photographers as he tells his story in his own words.
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Heroes of Hell Hole Swamp:
Photographs of South Carolina Midwives by Hansel Mieth and W. Eugene Smith
by Dolores Flamiano
featuring the original Life photographs
(Due to copyright restrictions, the original Life photos are available in the print edition only.)
Two mid-century LIFE photo essays reveal the power of editorial selection to lie–or reveal truth.
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Women Working
photography and interviews by Susan Harbage Page
When Susan Harbage Page worked in the early seventies alongside the women in this photo essay, in addition to friendships she also made a poignant record:“‘Rough. It is rough being a female.’”
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The Day Is Past and Gone: Family Photographs from Eastern North Carolina
by Scott Matthews
Part essay, part memory–this piece finds the perfect form to explore those pictures that might rely most for meaning on the stories that accompany them: family photos.
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