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A presentation given as part of the final paper-project package for Ian Hodder's "Things" graduate seminar at the Stanford University Archaeology Center. The presentation lays out the myriad connections between early calotype photography and other scientific and social movements from ancient times to the present including optics, alchemy, perspective drawing, and the industrial revolution. The presentation is image heavy and relies on narration that the 38 photographs, drawings, and graphics compliment. To read the accompanying paper, please visit http://www.eaines.com/photography/calotypes/photographic-entanglement/.