Anthropologie, genre et photographie. La " Mission scientifique française en Amérique du sud " et l'image de la " femme indigène "

Abstract : In this paper we will analyze the modes of constitution of an indigenous female subject by means of commercial and scientific photography, made by male photographers, with relation to a subject dedicated for the most part as "indigenous male". Thus, we will also study the traffic and exchange of "indigenous female" photographs, taking as example the images - and related texts - produced and/or collected by the "Mission scientifique française en Amérique du sud" (Ministère de l'instruction publique, 1903), responsible for the study of indigenous peoples from Bolivia and neighboring territories of north-west Argentina.
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Alejandro Martinez. Anthropologie, genre et photographie. La " Mission scientifique française en Amérique du sud " et l'image de la " femme indigène ". Encyclo. Revue de l'école doctorale ED 382, Université Sorbonne Paris Cité, 2014, p.103-115. ⟨hal-01017830⟩

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