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Kerstin Schmidt

The belief in the documentary veracity of photographs has been viewed in critical light from the beginnings of photography. At the same time, it has remained a powerful construct, as the ongoing trust in the power of photographs to serve as proof and authentic documentation demonstrates


Joseph Imorde

need to continuously narrate it anew. The unfolding of the potential narratives does, however, require people to lend their affection to the exhibition of objects and pictures. While some of the re-collectables in our Canadian household show remnants of political convictions and religious beliefs, or


Eric J. Sandeen

extended the Heart Mountain canal and cleared brush from smaller elements of the water supply—called laterals—so that the district could be irrigated (Thye, “The Bureau Reclaims its Own” 91). The photograph showing the first release of water into the main canal was imbued with the traditional belief that