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Letter to the Editor

Letter to the Editor In an essay titled “By Any Means Necessary: From the Revolutionary Art of Emory Douglas to the Art Activism of Jackie Sumell,” published in Afterimage 38:5 (2011), I wrote the following paragraph, which discusses an essay

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Letters: Watching A Book, Reading A Video

George Quasha, co-author ofAn Art of Limina: Gary Hill’s Works and Writings, penned a illuminating response to the recent feature “Rooted in the Experiential: A Conversation with Gary Hill” from Afterimage 37.3. Collette Copeland, the feature’s author, offers a response

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Current Issue, Vol. 45, no. 5

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Xilunguine by Paul Castro

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Film as Verb: Documentary Imperfection in the Post-Factual Era by Gabrielle McNally


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Speculations and Inquiries on New Participatory Documentary Environments


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Toward a Theory of Participatory New Media Documentary


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Documentary Untethered, Documentary Becoming


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Collaborative Documentary Practice: Histories, Theories, Practices

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