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IST 605: History of Photography

technological innovations, global, and art histories of photography

Arnold, B. C. (ed.). (2022). A History of Photography in Indonesia : From the Colonial Era to the Digital Age. Amsterdam University Press.

B&H Photo Video. (2013). Art Movements Through Photography. YouTube. Retrieved December 3, 2023, from 

BBC. (2022). BBC History Of Photography Complete ( Episode 1,2, and 3). YouTube. Rap Education | Photography Academy. Retrieved December 3, 2023, from

Behdad, A., & Gartlan, L. (Eds.). (2013). Photography’s Orientalism : New essays on colonial representation. Getty Research Institute.

Bussard, K. A., & Hostetler, L. (2013). Color rush : American color photography from Stieglitz to Sherman. Aperture.

Cody, J. W., & Terpak, F. (2011). Brush & Shutter : Early photography in China. Getty Research Institute.

Debroise, O. (2001). Mexican suite : A history of photography in Mexico (de Sá Rego, S. Trans.). University of Texas Press. (original work published 1994)

Encyclopædia Britannica. (n.d.). Ansel Adams on photographic art. Britannica Academic. from

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Encyclopædia Britannica. (n.d.). Photography as art. Britannica. Retrieved from

Evolution of photography - important events in photography history. Photography History Facts. (2023).

Fessel, S. (2020). The glass plates of Ludwig Bickell: Invaluable sources for art history and the history of photography, for conservation and cultural studies. Art Libraries Journal, 45(1), 24-34.

Gayed, A., & Angus, S. (2018). Visual Pedagogies: Decolonizing and Decentering the History of Photography. Studies in Art Education59(3), 228–242.

George Eastman Museum. (2014). Before Photography - Photographic Processes Series - Chapter 1 of 12 [Video]. YouTube.

George Eastman Museum. (2018). The Gelatin Silver Process - Photographic Processes Series - Chapter 10 of 12 [Video]YouTube. .

George Eastman Museum. (2018a). Color Photography - Photographic Processes Series, Updated - Chapter 11 of 12 [Video]. YouTube.

George Eastman Museum. (2022, March 21). Darkroom magic: What is a gelatin emulsion? [Video]. YouTube.

Getty Museum. (2010). The Wet Collodion Process [Video]. Khan Academy.

Getty Museum. (2012). Early photography: Making Daguerreotypes [Video]. Khan Academy.

Hayes, P., & Minkley, G. (Eds.). (2019). Ambivalent : photography and visibility in African history. Ohio University Press.

Hunt, N., & Walton, S. (2022). The World’s Most Influential Photographers. YouTube. iPhotography. Retrieved December 3, 2023, from

Kahmen, V. (1974). Art history of photography (B. Tubb, Trans.). The Viking Press. (original work published 1973)

Masoner, L. (2023). A Brief History of Photography and the Camera: Explore the major advances in the history of photography. The Spruce Crafts.

Meier, P. (2019). The Surface of Things: A History of Photography from the Swahili Coast. The Art Bulletin (New York, N.Y.)101(1), 48–69.

Mraz, J. (2012). Photographing the Mexican Revolution: Commitments, Testimonies, Icons. University of Texas Press.

Nassar, I., Sheehi, S., & Tamari, S. (2022). Camera Palaestina: Photography and Displaced Histories of Palestine. University of California Press.

Parry, K., & Lewis, J.W. (2021). UbiquityPhotography's Multitudes. Leuven: Leuven University Press.,

Pritchard, M. (2005). Darkroom, history and equipment. In The Oxford Companion to the Photograph. Oxford University Press.

Taylor, J. E. (2019). The “Occupied Lens” in Wartime China: Portrait Photography in the Service of Chinese “Collaboration”, 1939-1945. History of Photography43(3), 284–307.

The Art Institute of Chicago. (2016). Pictorialism. The Alfred Stieglitz Collection.

The J. Paul Getty Museum. (2021). Early Mexican photography (Part I) . Google Arts and Culture.

The J. Paul Getty Museum. (n.d.-b). Understanding the wet collodion process (article). Khan Academy.

The J. Paul Getty Museum. (n.d.). Daguerreotypes and salted paper prints (article). Khan Academy.

The New York Public Library. (2013). An introduction to photographic processes.

Trnkova, P. (2021). Electrifying Daguerreotypes: On Correlations Between Electricity and Photography around 1840. History of Photography45(2), 111–127.

Vox. (2015). Color film was built for white people. Here’s what it did to dark skin [Video]. YouTube. Retrieved November 20, 2023, from