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Visual Anthropology and India: Proceedings of a Seminar

K.S. Singh (Editor)
Synopsis Visual anthropology uses the camera as its principal instrument of investigation for the study of mankind. This camera may produce still or moving images, ranging from photography to ethnographic filmmaking, from products of X-ray technology to motion pictures and television. At the global level there has been significant progress in the technology of visual anthropology; and it is vital that anthropology in India keep abreast with these international developments.
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About the author

K.S. Singh

K.S. Singh, a senior member of the Indian Administrative Service spent many years serving among and studying backward communities in central India. He held several important assignments including the directorship of Anthropological Survey of India. Author of the well known work Birsa Munda and His Movement in Chotanagpur he edited a large number of books on Indian tribes. He was general editor of the multi-volume People of India series of Anthropological Survey of India. He died in 2006.

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Title Visual Anthropology and India: Proceedings of a Seminar
Author K.S. Singh
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.1992
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8185579105
length 191p.