“The Queen’s Mark: Guns, Photography, and the Visual Abstraction of Precision,” Victorian Review 48:1 (Spring 2022).

“The Queen’s Mark: Guns, Photography, and the Visual Abstraction of Precision,” Victorian Review 48:1 (Spring 2022). Brief excerpt: When we think today about Victorian photography, certain categories spring to mind: portraits, mug shots, landscapes, metropolitan and colonial scenes—categories defined by similarities in form, style, or subject matter. To approach photographs Read more…

Tucker, co-ed. with Heike Baur, Melina Pappademos, & Katie Sutton, Radical History Review 142: “Visual Archives of Sex” (January 2022).

Heike Bauer, Melina Pappademos, Katie Sutton, & Jennifer Tucker, co-editors, Radical History Review 142: “Visual Archives of Sex” (January 2022). Editors’ Introduction: “Visual Histories of Sex: Collecting, Curating, Archiving,” Radical History Review 142 (2022): 1-18. [Free online through Duke Univ. Press]. The contributors to ‘The Visual Archives of Sex’ theme Read more…

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