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Related Reading

 

READING MEMOIR

Reading Autobiography, Sid Smith and Julia Watson.
Reading Autobiography: A Guide for Interpreting Life Narratives (Paperback)
University of Minnesota Press (January 2002, revised 2010)

 

With her books A Romantic Education, Virgin Time, and Blue Arabesque (now in paperback), Patricia Hampl has helped define what Booklist has called “the memoir of discovery.”

 

Change Me in to Zues' Daughter and Fierce - two wonderful autobiographies from artist/writer Barbara Robinette Moss

 

OTHER TWIN ARTISTS

Wikipedia: twins in the arts
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_twins#Twins_in_the_arts

 

Twin sister artists create colorful call for environmental awareness
http://www.calendarlive.com/galleriesandmuseums/cl-ca-

rubbish6may06,0,7898002.story?coll=cl-art-top-right

 

The Starn Twins
http://www.artseensoho.com/Art/LEOCASTELLI/starns98/starns1.html

 

Eleanor Rubin, Joanne Leonard's twin sister is a Boston Area Artist. http://www.ellyrubin.com

blog: http://ellyrubinjournal.typepad.com

 

AGING AND ALZHEIMER'S

Alzheimer’s association

http://www.alz.org/

 

FEMINISM IN THE ARTS

Feminism and Feminist Art

http://www.arthistoryarchive.com/arthistory/feminist/

 

Women’s Caucus for Art
http://www.nationalwca.org/

 

Michigan Women's Justice & Clemency Project
(project coordinated by Joanne Leonard’s University of Michigan School of Art & Design faculty colleague, artist Carol Jacobsen)
http://www.umich.edu/~clemency/

 

Politics/Theory/Photography

(Notes on) Politics, Theory & Photography Blog

http://politicstheoryphotography.blogspot.com/

 

MISCARRIAGE AND REPRODUCTIVE LOSS

Article about Linda Layne’s book Motherhood Lost
http://sscl.berkeley.edu/~afaweb/reviews/Bell%20Review.htm

 

Art about miscarriage:
Please write and tell us of more work out there

 

http://www.gmutv.gmu.edu/Motherhood%20Lost/index.htm

 

Freda Kahlo
Diane Noomin

 

ART CENSORSHIP

National Coalition Against Censorship, Arts Advocacy Project
http://www.ncac.org/advocacy_projects/Arts_Advocacy.cfm

 

JEWISH HERITAGE

University of Michigan’s Frankel Center for Judaic Studies, students may take courses, attend events and use resources supportive of interest in Jewish themes, Jewish history and the memoir in Jewish contexts.
http://www.lsa.umich.edu/judaic/index.htm
Shoa Visual History Archives: www.lib.umich.edu/help/svha

 

CREATING YOUR OWN PHOTO-STORIES

Collected Visions, a website from Lorie Novak at NYU
A site with over 3000 family photographs and a format that lets you
Send you own photos and stories or write about family photos from the collection that inspired story-telling. Joanne’s students have stories in the archives of this site. There are some photographs from Joanne’s family here too. There is a resource section with terrific bibliography related to family photographs and autobiographic projects.
http://cvisions.nyu.edu/

 

Center for Digital Story Telling
The Center for Digital Storytelling is a non-profit training, project development, and research organization dedicated to assisting people in using digital media to tell meaningful stories from their lives. Our focus is on developing large-scale projects for community, educational, and business institutions, using the methods and principles of the Digital Storytelling Workshop. We also offer workshops for organizations and individuals and serve as an international clearinghouse of information and resources about storytelling and new media. Wonderful resource section on this site.
http://www.storycenter.org/index1.html

 

READING MEMOIR

Anchor Books website’s guide to reading memoir:
http://www.randomhouse.com/vintage/read/tips.html#memoir

 

INSPIRATIONS FOR PHOTOGRAPHIC AND ARTISTIC PROJECTS

Lens Culture - http://www.lensculture.com/
Lens Culture is an international online magazine celebrating contemporary photography, art, media, and world cultures.

 

101 art projects (many with photographs) that you can do yourself:
http://www.e-flux.com/projects/pruitt/index.php3?num=11

 

Time lines of world events/inventions/ cultural milestones:
http://timelines.ws http://timelines.ws/20thcent/TWENTIETHCENT.HTML

 

A learning resource at the Smithsonian to help you search and sequence photographs from the Smithsonian Museum’s collection:

http://photography.si.edu/LR.aspx#

 

Basic Photo Skills

This is the site of excellent basic photography instruction e-courses: http://www.shortcourses.com/hot/

 

 

 

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