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CFP: Photography and power - 'Daguerreotype. Studies in the history and theory of photography'

In one of his recent statements, Noam Chomsky presented a truly pessimistic diagnosis of our times: the very beginning of the 21st century led us towards the crisis of democracy. Nowadays, we need to confront the system in which property relations play a decisive role in our social network. Power, according to Chomsky, is inevitably associated with wealth. In consequence,…See More
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CFP - Photography and power - 'Daguerreotype. Studies in the history and theory of photography' at Great Britain

December 18, 2018 to February 28, 2019
In one of his recent statements, Noam Chomsky presented a truly pessimistic diagnosis of our times: the very beginning of the 21st century led us towards the crisis of democracy. Nowadays, we need to confront the system in which property relations play a decisive role in our social network. Power, according to Chomsky, is inevitably associated with wealth. In consequence,…See More
Dec 18, 2018
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CFP: Photography and power - 'Daguerreotype. Studies in the history and theory of photography'

In one of his recent statements, Noam Chomsky presented a truly pessimistic diagnosis of our times: the very beginning of the 21st century led us towards the crisis of democracy. Nowadays, we need to confront the system in which property relations play a decisive role in our social network. Power, according to Chomsky, is inevitably associated with wealth. In…

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