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Cinema of John Marshall (Visual Anthropology) - Jay Ruby

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"John Marshall's lively and forthright style makes gripping reading, reflecting his own personal character. Marshall presents his heartfelt methodology for making anthropologically and socially meaningful films, and the book offers a unique and multidimensional view of the work of a pioneering filmmaker."-Allison Jablonko of Mills College, Oakland, California "This book demonstrates powerfully that documentary film is a major component of contemporary ethnography."-Paul Stoller of School of American Research and West Chester State University, Pennsylvania

Item is in excellent condition. Like new apart from very minor corner crease on rear cover. Softcover edition. No rips or tears or annotation. All fresh.B & W photographs.

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Author(s):
Jay Ruby
Condition:
As new
Format:
Paperback
Publisher:
Harwood Academic Publishers
Title:
Cinema of John Marshall (Visual Anthropology)

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"John Marshall's lively and forthright style makes gripping reading, reflecting his own personal character. Marshall presents his heartfelt methodology for making anthropologically and socially meaningful films, and the book offers a unique and multidimensional view of the work of a pioneering filmmaker."-Allison Jablonko of Mills College, Oakland, California "This book demonstrates powerfully that documentary film is a major component of contemporary ethnography."-Paul Stoller of School of American Research and West Chester State University, Pennsylvania

Item is in excellent condition. Like new apart from very minor corner crease on rear cover. Softcover edition. No rips or tears or annotation. All fresh.B & W photographs.

Author(s):
Jay Ruby
Condition:
As new
Format:
Paperback
Publisher:
Harwood Academic Publishers
Title:
Cinema of John Marshall (Visual Anthropology)

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