Nationalities and universalism in the early historiography of photography (1843-1857)"

Abstract : This article considers the fluctuation, in early commentary and historiography of photography (1843–1857), between the recurring expression of nationalities as criteria of photographic practice and an aspiration to regard the new medium as a promising universal language.
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François Brunet. Nationalities and universalism in the early historiography of photography (1843-1857)". History of Photography, Taylor & Francis (Routledge), 2011, History of Photography, 35 (2011) (2), 98-110 / http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/03087298.2010.516587. ⟨hal-01378184⟩

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