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December 05, 2016


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Daniel S. Goldberg

There's some excellent historiography on the epistemic issues and anxieties surrounding the entry of the photograph into American legal culture.

I'm writing an intellectual history of the X-ray, and I go over some of this in detail (I also have a prior history pub on X-rays and the law).

Can post links if you are interested.

John Lucaites

You are probably familiar with Richard Sherwin's Visualizing Law in the Age of the Digital Baroque: Arabesques & Entanglements ... but I find it an interesting and useful project. And yes, please post links as to work you are doing, esp. concerning the epistemic issues/anxieties of the photograph in legal contexts.

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