Objectivity or object - ness is the position given to that which is photographed ,
and the scientific and pseudoscientific pursuits outlined above lend themselves
to properly social forms of the exercise of power . Thus , Muybridge and Marey
Author: Blake Stimson
Publisher: Mit Press
"The Pivot of the World looks at an exceptional effort to work out that geopolitical tension by cultural means as developed in three hugely ambitious photographic projects: The Family of Man exhibition that opened in 1955 and traveled the world for the next decade; Robert Frank's influential book The Americans, photographed in 1955-1956 and first published in 1958; and Bernd and Hilla Becher's typological record of industrial architecture, begun in 1957 and continuing today."--BOOK JACKET.
Mackinder ' s Pivot Area Sivia PIVOT . AREAS : : 6 OUTER CRESCENT ( 5 .
SERARSINAL Y CREO I CRESCENT OUTER OR INSUL A ' R . IN Source : " The
Geographical Pivot of History " Rutgers Cartography 2006 Mackinder ' s Pivot
Author: Arthur Jay Klinghoffer
Shows how maps are not dispassionately created scientific instruments, but reflections of their creators, as well as of specific time periods, locations, and status. We look to maps to tell us about geography; instead, maps tell us more about ourselves than we might have imagined.