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Media, Democracy, & Diversity Conference: Photography, Patriarchy, and Intimacy

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Uploaded on Jun 30, 2010

Dr. Ryzova examines private anonymous photographic albums created by young Egyptian men and women in the early to mid 20th century. She discusses these albums as both visual narratives and as material artefacts embedded in specific social contexts and what they can tell historians of the region about vernacular everyday modernity and the articulation of social and cultural identities among middling urban groups.
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Lucie Ryzova, University of Oxford
Elizabeth Thompson, University of Virginia, moderator

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