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Visual anthropology is a blanket term for a concern within cultural anthropology with the visible aspects of culture. Visual anthropology developed out of the theory and practice of ethnographic filmmaking, but it also encompasses the anthropological study of representation, including areas such as performance, museums, art, and the production and reception of mass media.
- The Department of Anthropology at Temple University offers the only remaining doctoral program in the United States in the anthropology of visual communication.
- The Society for Visual Anthropology, a member section of the American Anthropological Association
- Jay Ruby 's home page
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