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Annie Leibovitz

(b Westbury, Conn., 2 Oct. 1949) US photographer. She studied at San Francisco Art Institute and became a freelance professional photographer in 1970, working for the Rolling ...

Photojournalism

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Loup Langton

The Oxford Encyclopedia of Journalism Studies

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Current Version:
2020
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Social sciences
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10,707 words

...(n.d.). Home page . Harvey, D. A. (2000). Cuba . Washington, DC: National Geographic Society. Hetherington, T. (2001). Infidel . London, U.K.: Chris Boot. Koudelka, J. (2014). Exiles . New York, NY: Thames & Hudson. Leibovitz, A. (1991). Photographs Annie Leibovitz, 1970–1990 . New York, NY: HarperCollins. Leibovitz, A. (1992). Dancers . Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution Press. Leroy, C. , & McCain, J. (2005). Under fire: Great photographers and writers in Vietnam . New York, NY: Random House. Library of Congress . (n.d.). Prints...

Sontag, Susan

Sontag, Susan (1933–2004)   Quick reference

A Dictionary of Critical Theory

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2010

...) and AIDS and its Metaphors ( 1988 ). Combining her interest in illness and photography, she wrote an affecting response to 9/11 and the march to war that followed entitled Regarding the Pain of Others ( 2003 ). In her final years, she lived with celebrity photographer Annie Leibovitz , who chronicled her illness and even her death in pictures. She died in 2004 shortly after the massive Indian Ocean tsunami which killed more than a quarter of a million people, effectively denying her the front-page farewell she might well have otherwise had, but also in...

Sontag, Susan

Sontag, Susan (1933–2004)   Quick reference

A Dictionary of Critical Theory (2 ed.)

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2018

...) and AIDS and its Metaphors ( 1988 ). Combining her interest in illness and photography, she wrote an affecting response to 9/11 and the march to war that followed entitled Regarding the Pain of Others ( 2003 ). In her final years, she lived with celebrity photographer Annie Leibovitz , who chronicled her illness and even her death in pictures. She died in 2004 shortly after the massive Indian Ocean tsunami which killed more than a quarter of a million people, effectively denying her the front-page farewell she might well have otherwise had, but also in...

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