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Reviews of Photography and Resistance "Through careful readings of the work of Indigenous American, Latinx, Latin American, and African American women photographers, Claire Raymond confronts foundational myths of Western cultural superiority in the Americas, myths that have persistently fostered forms of erasure, oppression, and violence. In...

Movies, haircuts, forests, backroads, pottery, photographs, jewelry, birds: the objects that make up and are discarded in the process of a life are the transient, mournfully held subjects of Transitional Objects. The book is bound as four booklets: Straight Line, Film, Fakes, and Vanishing Point,...

Poems that address the pain caused by gender stereotypes and racial oppression in the American South. Claire Millikin’s poetry collection, Dolls, stages a confrontation of gendered and racial oppression. Working through the motif of the doll, the poems interrogate femininity in the traditional culture of the South,...