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Four case studies in close reading images, using some of the ideas from class: "Afghan Girl," the recent image of Kyle Hockenberry's tattoo from Battleland, the Iwo Jima/Twin Towers connection, and a

Four case studies in close reading images, using some of the ideas from class: "Afghan Girl," the recent image of Kyle Hockenberry's tattoo from Battleland, the Iwo Jima/Twin Towers connection, and a

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  • 1. Close Reading Images: Some Sample DiscussionsMonday, October 10, 11
  • 2. “ Afghan Girl”Monday, October 10, 11
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  • 8. “ No Idle Boast: A Soldier’s Tattoo Becomes Truth”Monday, October 10, 11
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  • 11. Iwo Jima and the World Trade CenterMonday, October 10, 11
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  • 14. "Appearances also cohere within the mind as perceptions. The sight of any single thing or event entrains the sight of other things and events. To recognize an appearance requires the memory of other appearances. And these memories, often projected as expectations, continue to qualify the seen long after the stage of primary recognition" (Berger).Monday, October 10, 11
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  • 16. “Gunning for Wall Street, with Faulty Aim” (Sep 23 NY Times)Monday, October 10, 11
  • 17. Michael Kirby Smith for The New York TimesMonday, October 10, 11
  • 18. “Anti-Wall Street Protests Spreading to Cities Large and Small” (Oct 3 NY Times)Monday, October 10, 11
  • 19. Frederic J. Brown/Agence France-Presse — Getty ImagesMonday, October 10, 11