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Final Research Project – Writing About Photographs 8-10 Page Essay (approximately
2,000-2,500 words), not including the image attachments at the end of the document
or the Works Cited page.
1. Informal paper presentations will occur the last week of class on Monday, April
23rd and Wednesday, April 25th. During these regularly scheduled sessions, you
will share with your classmates: relevant background information on your
photographer as well as your informed interpretation of two images from his/her
body of work. These presentations should generate class discussion, last between
5-7 minutes, and include no more than 5 PowerPoint slides. Please email your
PowerPoint slides to me the evening PRIOR to your assigned presentation date.
2. Prior to the final project deadline, papers which have been peer reviewed by one
of your classmates will receive additional credit. In order to receive credit, after
reading and commenting on your paper, a classmate must complete the peer
review form posted on Blackboard. As a result of receiving this feedback, you
then write a 250-300-word writing reflection which describes the revisions that
you made to the final draft of the research paper as well as elaborates how your
writing process has improved over the course of the semester. When you hand-in
the paper copy of your final research paper to my office, also include: 1) the
completed Peer Review Guide; 2) a draft of the paper that your classmate read and
commented on; 3) the Writing Reflection discussing your revisions and improved
writing process.
3. Writing Prompt:
In looking at a case study from Liz Well’s “Thinking About Photography,” we
discussed possible methods to analyzing Dorothea Lange’s Migrant Mother. On
page 46, some of these approaches view photographs as…
• Social or historical evidence
• Investigated in relation to the intentions of the photographer and the particular
context of its making
• Related to politics and ideology
• Assessed through reference to photographic developing process and technique
• Examined in terms of aesthetics and traditions of representation in art
• Discussed in relation to class, race and gender
• Analyzed through reference to psychoanalysis (or some other philosophical
approach)
• Decoded as a semiotic text
As an example of one of these approaches, we elaborated John Pultz’s gestural
commentary on Migrant Mother in the context of Lange’s Migrant Family. Taking
into account this case study approach, which deeply examines a common theme
within a photographer’s body of work, demonstrate your own informed
approached to analyzing 3-4 photographs from the same photographer. Similar to
how we compared the use of gesture in Lange’s Migrant Mother and Migrant
Family, devise your own informed interpretation of these images.
In terms of structuring this paper, part of the assignment will explore the
photographer’s background, perspective, point of view as well as your own analysis
of their work based on our readings from class. In addition to incorporating
biographical information, interviews and possible citations from their artist’s
statement, also include key concepts we have discussed in class which support your
interpretation of this photographer’s work. This research project should demonstrate
good writing as well as your critical engagement with texts we have read. I encourage
you to cite and incorporate quotations from theoretical texts we have read. In terms of
photographs, you may include other images from advertising, documentary, painting
or other photographers who influenced the photographer you have researched. For
example, Pultz’s interpretation of Migrant Mother most likely included iconography
related to “Renaissance depictions of the Virgin and Child” as well as iconic imagery
of “the nurturing mother” (Wells, 54).
As a reminder, this paper should demonstrate a complete argument which includes a
title that reflects the content of your essay, as well as supporting paragraphs and a
conclusion. Follow the Guidelines for Submission of Written Work specified on the
course syllabus. I will not give credit for any paper which does not follow the
Guidelines or is submitted late.
The minimum content criteria are as follows:
• Analyze at least 3-4 photographs. This analysis should be rigorous and well
informed by an established interpretative approach that we have discussed in class.
• Provide relevant background information on the photographer, the photographic
genre and the exposition in which the images appeared. In many cases over the
semester, we spoke on behalf of the photographers (as to their intentions) without
considering artist statements, interviews, or reviews about the work. In this essay, you
must include information on the photographer.
• Include at least 2-3 critical sources from your own research conducted on the UE
Library website. These sources do not include dictionary, encyclopedia or Wikipedia
entries, but rather academic texts appearing within a published journal, a book housed
in the library’s collection, or a text acquired through interlibrary loan.
The 2-3 required critical sources should not be the only primary or secondary sources
cited in your essay. Considering that you need to contextualize the photographer,
genre, and photographs as well as establish your interpretative approach, the total
number of sources could be between 6-10.
Be advised, there have been some instances of unintentional plagiarism in citing
information learned in class from readings over the course of the semester. It is
imperative that you attribute these ideas to the original writer and text in your final
essay. Plagiarism will not be tolerated in the final essay.
Resources on Blackboard: In the Final Research Project folder, you will find guidance
related to writing about photographs, research websites, as well as MLA resources.
Please refer to these materials during your writing and research process. In addition to
the required books you purchased for this course by Roland Barthes, Susan Sontag,
and Alan Trachtenberg, I encourage you to cite other critical texts posted on
Blackboard that we discussed in our conversations on photography.
Final Research Project – Writing About Photographs 8-10 Page Essay (approximately
2,000-2,500 words), not including the image attachments at the end of the document
or the Works Cited page.
1. Informal paper presentations will occur the last week of class on Monday, April
23rd and Wednesday, April 25th. During these regularly scheduled sessions, you
will share with your classmates: relevant background information on your
photographer as well as your informed interpretation of two images from his/her
body of work. These presentations should generate class discussion, last between
5-7 minutes, and include no more than 5 PowerPoint slides. Please email your
PowerPoint slides to me the evening PRIOR to your assigned presentation date.
2. Prior to the final project deadline, papers which have been peer reviewed by one
of your classmates will receive additional credit. In order to receive credit, after
reading and commenting on your paper, a classmate must complete the peer
review form posted on Blackboard. As a result of receiving this feedback, you
then write a 250-300-word writing reflection which describes the revisions that
you made to the final draft of the research paper as well as elaborates how your
writing process has improved over the course of the semester. When you hand-in
the paper copy of your final research paper to my office, also include: 1) the
completed Peer Review Guide; 2) a draft of the paper that your classmate read and
commented on; 3) the Writing Reflection discussing your revisions and improved
writing process.
3. Writing Prompt:
In looking at a case study from Liz Well’s “Thinking About Photography,” we
discussed possible methods to analyzing Dorothea Lange’s Migrant Mother. On
page 46, some of these approaches view photographs as…
• Social or historical evidence
• Investigated in relation to the intentions of the photographer and the particular
context of its making
• Related to politics and ideology
• Assessed through reference to photographic developing process and technique
• Examined in terms of aesthetics and traditions of representation in art
• Discussed in relation to class, race and gender
• Analyzed through reference to psychoanalysis (or some other philosophical
approach)
• Decoded as a semiotic text
As an example of one of these approaches, we elaborated John Pultz’s gestural
commentary on Migrant Mother in the context of Lange’s Migrant Family. Taking
into account this case study approach, which deeply examines a common theme
within a photographer’s body of work, demonstrate your own informed
approached to analyzing 3-4 photographs from the same photographer. Similar to
how we compared the use of gesture in Lange’s Migrant Mother and Migrant
Family, devise your own informed interpretation of these images.
In terms of structuring this paper, part of the assignment will explore the
photographer’s background, perspective, point of view as well as your own analysis
of their work based on our readings from class. In addition to incorporating
biographical information, interviews and possible citations from their artist’s
statement, also include key concepts we have discussed in class which support your
interpretation of this photographer’s work. This research project should demonstrate
good writing as well as your critical engagement with texts we have read. I encourage
you to cite and incorporate quotations from theoretical texts we have read. In terms of
photographs, you may include other images from advertising, documentary, painting
or other photographers who influenced the photographer you have researched. For
example, Pultz’s interpretation of Migrant Mother most likely included iconography
related to “Renaissance depictions of the Virgin and Child” as well as iconic imagery
of “the nurturing mother” (Wells, 54).
As a reminder, this paper should demonstrate a complete argument which includes a
title that reflects the content of your essay, as well as supporting paragraphs and a
conclusion. Follow the Guidelines for Submission of Written Work specified on the
course syllabus. I will not give credit for any paper which does not follow the
Guidelines or is submitted late.
The minimum content criteria are as follows:
• Analyze at least 3-4 photographs. This analysis should be rigorous and well
informed by an established interpretative approach that we have discussed in class.
• Provide relevant background information on the photographer, the photographic
genre and the exposition in which the images appeared. In many cases over the
semester, we spoke on behalf of the photographers (as to their intentions) without
considering artist statements, interviews, or reviews about the work. In this essay, you
must include information on the photographer.
• Include at least 2-3 critical sources from your own research conducted on the UE
Library website. These sources do not include dictionary, encyclopedia or Wikipedia
entries, but rather academic texts appearing within a published journal, a book housed
in the library’s collection, or a text acquired through interlibrary loan.
The 2-3 required critical sources should not be the only primary or secondary sources
cited in your essay. Considering that you need to contextualize the photographer,
genre, and photographs as well as establish your interpretative approach, the total
number of sources could be between 6-10.
Be advised, there have been some instances of unintentional plagiarism in citing
information learned in class from readings over the course of the semester. It is
imperative that you attribute these ideas to the original writer and text in your final
essay. Plagiarism will not be tolerated in the final essay.
Resources on Blackboard: In the Final Research Project folder, you will find guidance
related to writing about photographs, research websites, as well as MLA resources.
Please refer to these materials during your writing and research process. In addition to
the required books you purchased for this course by Roland Barthes, Susan Sontag,
and Alan Trachtenberg, I encourage you to cite other critical texts posted on
Blackboard that we discussed in our conversations on photography.
Final Research Project
Day One
While you can investigate others, you should consider writing about
one of the following photographers for your final research paper:
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Diane Arbus
Margaret Bourke-White
Robert Capa
Imogen Cunningham
Edward Curtis
Elliott Erwitt
Walker Evans
Robert Frank
Lee Friedlander
Nan Goldin
Philippe Halsman
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Lewis Hine
Annie Leibovitz
Mary Ellen Mark
Arnold Newman
Gordon Parks
Cindy Sherman
Edward Steichen
Alfred Stieglitz
Weegee (Arthur Feelig)
Garry Winogrand
Francesca Woodman
Please note, you cannot write about Dorothea Lange and your photographs must include people.
In this course we have NOT discussed landscape or surreal photography.
The Photographer
• In order to begin your research, conduct a Google search on some of the
photographers from the previous slide. Collect biographical information
and consider the following:
• Which projects and photographs interest you?
• What references does Wikipedia include?
• Did you find a webpage to their foundation or museums and galleries which
exhibit their works?
• Then, conduct a search on the library’s webpage to see what sources are
available within the collection.
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Does the library have a monograph of the photographer’s work?
Did you find an interview or exhibition review in JSTOR?
Does Artstor have photographs which might interest you?
Do you need to request an interlibrary loan for books and articles?
The Photographer
• Spend some time researching the photographer and their work. You
want to research someone who interests you AND you also want to
ensure that you can find enough resources about the individual as well
as high-quality digital images that fascinate you.
• After you have identified a potential photographer, find images from
within the same collection and time period to analyze in your paper.
• Walker Evans photographed for the FSA, W. Eugene Smith’s photo-essays
appeared in Life, and others such as Nan Goldin (The Ballad of Sexual
Dependency), Robert Frank (The Americans), and Richard Avedon (The
American West) curated photographs for projects with a unique purpose
in mind.
• Similar to reading different chapters in the same book, the photographs
need to come from the same project.

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