14. Evolving Images: Race and Popular Darwinism in Nineteenth-Century Photography

Professor Elizabeth Edwards explores how the emerging mass medium of photography engaged with popular Darwinian ideas in the nineteenth century, and how notions of race, 'type' and 'hard science' collided with troubling results.

Published: 03 Aug 2009

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