Stereoscopic Media

Stereoscopic Still Images

Adams, Gavin (2015) ‘Duchamp’s Erotic Stereoscopic Exercises’. Anais do Museu Paulista: História e Cultura Material, 23:2, pp.165-185. http://www.scielo.br/scielo.php?script=sci_arttext&pid=S0101-47142015000200165

Babbitts, Judith (1994) ‘Made in America: a stereoscopic view of the United States’ in Nye, David and Gidley, Mick, (eds.), American photographs in Europe, Amsterdam: VU University Press, pp.41-56. ISBN 9053833048

Babbitts, Judith (2004) ‘Stereographs and the construction of a visual culture in the United States’ in Rabinovitz, Lauren and Geil, Abraham (eds.) Memory bytes: history, technology and digital culture. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, pp.126-149 ISBN 0822332418

Bak, Meredith A. (2012) ‘Democracy and discipline: Object lessons and the stereoscope in American education, 1870–1920’ in Early Popular Visual Culture, 10:2, pp.147-167 http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/17460654.2012.664746

Bantjes, Rod (2014) ‘Hybrid Projection, Machinic Exhibition and the Eighteenth-Century Critique of Vision.’ Art History 37:5, pp.912-39. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/1467-8365.12099

Bantjes, Rod (2015) ‘Reading Stereoviews: The Aesthetics of Monstrous Space’. History of Photography, 39:1, pp.33-55 http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/03087298.2015.1004259

Bantjes, Rob (2016) ‘Hacking stereoscopic vision: The nineteenth-century culture of critical inquiry in stereoscope use’, International Journal of Film and Media Arts, 1:2, pp.4-21. http://revistas.ulusofona.pt/index.php/ijfma/article/view/5707/3595

Batchen, Geoffrey (1992) ‘Enslaved sovereign, observed spectator: on Jonathan Crary, Techniques of the observer’. Continuum: the Australian Journal of Media and Culture, 6:2, pp.80-94.

Baylis, Gail (2012) ‘Exchanging looks: Gap girls and colleens in early Irish tourist photography’, Early Popular Visual Culture, 10:4, pp.325-343. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/17460654.2012.724568

Belisle, Brooke (2013) ‘The Total Archive: Picturing History from the Stereographic Archive to the Digital Database’, Mediascape, 11 pages, available: http://www.tft.ucla.edu/mediascape/Winter2013_PicturingHistory.html

Belisle, Brooke (2013) ‘Picturing networks: railroads and photographs’, AModern, 2: Network archaeology available: http://amodern.net/article/picturing-nineteenth-century-networks/

Biegon, Glenn (2005) ‘Stereoscopic synergy: twin-relief sculpture and painting’ in Leonardo, 38:2, pp.93-100. http://dx.doi.org/10.1162/0024094053722354

Boehlert, Krystal (2016) ‘Stereographs on your smartphone’, VRA Bulletin, 43:1  http://online.vraweb.org/vrab/vol43/iss1/4

Boman, Charlotte (2014) ‘“Peculiarly marked with the character of our own time”: Photography and Family Values in Victorian Domestic Journalism’. Victorian Periodicals Review, 47:4, pp.538-558. http://dx.doi.org/10.1353/vpr.2014.0039

Bowers, Brian (2001) Sir David Brewster, FRS, 1802-1875, 2nd rev. ed. London: Institution of Engineering and Technology. ISBN: 9780852961032

Brewster, David (1844) ‘On the law of visible position in single and binocular vision, and on the representation of solid figures by the union of dissimilar plane pictures on the retina.’ in Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, 15, pp.349-368. http://archive.org/details/transactionsofro15roya

Brewster, David (1844) ‘On the knowledge of distance given by binocular vision.’ in Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, 15, pp.663-674. http://archive.org/details/transactionsofro15roya

Brewster, David (1849) ‘Account of a new stereoscope.’ in Report of the British Association [for the Advancement of Science]. Transactions of The Sections, pp.6-7.

Brewster, David, Wheatstone, Charles and others (1852) Article VII [9 contributions on] Binocular vision and the stereoscope. North British Review, 33, pp.165-204. http://archive.org/details/northbritishrev08unkngoog

Brewster, David (1856) The stereoscope: its history, theory and construction with its application to the fine and useful arts and to education. London: John Murray. https://archive.org/details/stereoscopeitsh00brewgoog

Brooks, Kevin R. (2017) ‘Depth Perception and the History of Three-Dimensional Art: Who Produced the First Stereoscopic Images?’. Iperception, 8:1, http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/2041669516680114

Brunet, François (1994) ‘“Picture Maker of the Old West”: W. H. Jackson and the birth of photographic archives in the United States’ in Prospects, 19, pp.161-187. http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S0361233300005093

Cain, Victoria E. M. (2016) ‘Seeing the world: Media and vision in US geography classrooms, 1890–1930’. Early Popular Visual Culture, 13:4, pp.276-292. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/17460654.2015.1111591

Cameron, John B. (2004) ‘The Early Paper Stereographs of Claude-Marie Ferrier’. The Photogram, 31:5, pp.4-11. http://connection.ebscohost.com/c/articles/18919493/early-paper-stereographs-claude-marie-ferrier-1851-1861

Cameron, John B. and Schimmelman, Janice G. (2013) The early paper stereo views of Claude-Marie Ferrier, 1852-1858. The Collodion Press. ISBN: 9780982945643

Cameron, John B and Schimmelman, Janice G (2016) The glass stereoviews of Ferrier and Soulier, 1852-1908. The Collodion Press. ISBN: 9780982945674

Carville, Justin (2007) ‘Mr Lawrence’s Great Photographic Bazaar’, Early Popular Visual Culture, 5:3, pp.263-283. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/17460650701633629

Cernek, Stephen (2013) ‘From picturesque to profane: a cultural history of the Hudson River’s Palmer Falls.’ Hudson River Valley Review, 29:2, pp.52-70

Colligan, Colette (2004) ‘Stereograph’. Victorian Review: an interdisciplinary journal of Victorian Studies, 34:1, pp.75-82. http://muse.jhu.edu/article/541755

Craciun, Adriana (2014) ‘The Franklin Relics in the Arctic Archive’. Victorian Literature and Culture, 42:1, pp.1-31. http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S1060150313000235

Crary, Jonathan (1992) Techniques of the observer: on vision and modernity in the nineteenth century, Cambridge MA: MIT Press ISBN: 0262031698

da Silva, Maria Cristina Miranda (2016) ‘Stereoscopy In nineteenth century Brazil: The case of Rio de Janeiro’, International Journal of Film and Media Arts, 1:2, pp.58-74. http://revistas.ulusofona.pt/index.php/ijfma/article/view/5711/3599

Darrah, William Culp (1964) Stereo views: a history of stereographs in America and their collection, Gettysburg, PA:Times and News Publishing Co

Darrah, William Culp (1977) The world of stereographs, Gettysburg, PA: William C. Darrah ISBN: 9780965051316

Davidson, Kathleen (2014) ‘Connecting the Senses: Natural History and the British Museum in the Stereoscopic Magazine’. 19: Interdisciplinary Studies in the Long Nineteenth Century, 19.http://dx.doi.org/10.16995/ntn.700

Davis, Melody  D. (1998) ‘An essential reprint in stereography [review of “The World of stereographs” by William C. Darrah]’ in Art Journal, 57(3), pp.94-96. http://www.jstor.org/stable/777979

Davis, Melody (2011) ‘The new woman in American stereoviews, 1871-1905’ in Otto, E. and Rocco, V. (eds.) The new woman international: representations in photography and film from the 1870s through the 1960s,Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, pp.21-38

Davis, Melody (2015) Women’s views: the narrative stereograph in nineteenth-century America. Lebanaon, NH: University of New Hampshire Press. ISBN: 9781611688382/9781611688399

Di Bello, Patrizia (2013) ‘“Multiplying Statues by Machinery”: Stereoscopic Photographs of Sculptures at the 1862 International Exhibition’, History of Photography, 37:4, pp.412-420. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/03087298.2013.780750

Di Bello, Patrizia (2016) ‘Photographs of sculpture: Greek slave’s ‘complex polyphony’,1847-1877′. 19: Interdisciplinary Studies in the Long Nineteenth Century, 22http://dx.doi.org/10.16995/ntn.775

Difford, Richard J. (2008) ‘Stereopsis and still-life’, Medical Sciences History, 24, pp.8-25.

Difford, Richard J. (2012) ‘In defence of pictorial space: stereoscopic photography and architecture in the Nineteenth century ‘ in Higgot, Andrew and Wray, Timothy, eds., Camera constructs: photography, architecture and the modern city, Farnham: Ashgate, pp.295-312. ISBN: 9781409421450

DiGiulio, Katherine (1990) ‘The representation of women in 19th and early 20th-century narrative stereographs.’ in Fellows, Fanny Knapp Allen (ed.) Ideas about images: essays on film and photography, Rochester, NY: Rochester Film and Photo Consortium, pp.2-18.

Doherty, Amy S. (1978) ‘Carleton E. Watkins, Photographer: 1829-1916’. The Courier, 15:4, pp.3-20.
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Duttlinger, Carolin (2005) ‘‘Die Ruhe des Blickes’: Brod, Kafka and the Kaiserpanorama’ in Emden, Christian and Midgley, David (eds.) Technology and the German cultural imagination: papers from the conference ‘The Fragile Imagination’, Cambridge, 2002, Oxford: Peter Lang ISBN: 9783039101702

Earle, Edward E. (ed.) (1979) Points of view: the stereograph in America: a cultural history, Rochester, New York: Visual Studies Workshop Press ISBN: 9780898220063

Edwards, Elizabeth (2011) ‘A Village Lost and Found: An Annotated Tour of the 1850s Series of Stereo Photographs “Scenes from our Village” by T. R. Williams’. Photography and Culture, 4:2, pp.235-237.http://dx.doi.org/10.2752/175145211X1299239431539

Erasmus, H. J. (2012) ‘The Underwood & Underwood stereographs of the Anglo-Boer War, 1899-1902’, South African Journal of Cultural History, 26:2, pp.61-82.

Evans, Elaine Altman (2003) In the Sandals of Pharaoh: James Henry Breasted and the Stereoscope. (McClung Museum of Natural History and Culture Occasional Paper) http://mcclungmuseum.utk.edu/2003/01/01/breasted-and-stereoscope/

Evans, Elaine Altman (2007) ‘In the Sandals of Pharaoh: James Henry Breasted and the Stereoscope.’ in Fortenberry, Diane (ed.) (2007) Who Travels Sees More: Artists, Architects and Archaeologists Discover Egypt and the Near East. Oxford: Oxbow Books, pp.163-178. ISBN: 9781842172735

Ferragallo, Roger (1972) ‘A manifesto directed to the new aesthetics of stereo space in the visual arts and the art of painting’, [online], available: http://www.ferragallo.com/indexflash.html

Ferragallo, Roger (1974) ‘On stereoscopic painting’ in Leonardo, 7:2, pp.97-104 http://www.jstor.org/stable/1572788

Flores, Victor (2013) ‘Stereo visual culture: Between the documentary and entertainment’. The International Journal of the Image, 3, pp.9-19.

Fowles, Jib (1994) ‘Stereography and the standardization of vision’ in The Journal of American Culture, 17:2, pp.89-93 http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1542-734X.1994.00089.x

Friedel, Megan K. and Toedtemeier, Terry (2008) ‘Picturing Progress: Carleton Watkins’s 1867 Stereoviews of the Columbia River Gorge’ in Oregon Historical Quarterly 109:3, pp.388-411
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Garrison, Laurie (2007) ‘The Visual subject, c.1810–1840: trends in Romanticism and Victorianism’ in Literature Compass, 4:4, pp.1078–1091. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1741-4113.2007.00461.x

Goldberg, Tyler and Clemons, Angel (2010) ‘Cataloging in stereo: metadata for stereographs’, in Microform and Imaging Review, 39:3, pp.86-97. http://dx.doi.org/10.1515/mfir.2010.013

Graver, Bruce (2009) ‘Wordsworth, Scott, and the stereographic picturesque’ in Literature Compass, 6(4), pp.896–926. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1741-4113.2009.00645.x

Godbey, Emily (2012) ‘“Terrible Fascination”: Civil War stereographs of the dead’ in History of Photography, 36:3, pp.265-274. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/03087298.2012.672225

Goldsborough, Gordon (2007) ‘Victorian virtual reality’ in Manitoba History, 54, pp.30-38 http://www.mhs.mb.ca/docs/mb_history/54/victorianvirtualreality.shtml

Guiness, Selina (2004) ‘Ireland through the stereoscope: reading the cultural politics of theosophy in the Irish literary revival’ in Fitzsimon Taylor, Betsey and Murphy, James H., eds., The Irish revival reappraised, Dublin: Four Courts Press, pp.19-32. ISBN: 1851827579

Gunning, Tom (2001) ‘Doubled Vision: Peering through Kentridge’s Stereoscope, Parkett, 63, pp.66-81 http://www.parkettart.com/books/63-volume.html

Gurevitch, Leon (2013) ‘The stereoscopic attraction: Three-dimensional imaging and the spectacular’ in Convergence, 19:4, pp.396-405 http://dx.doi.org/ 10.1177/1354856513494175

Gurevitch, Leon and Miriam Ross (2013) ‘Stereoscopic Media: Scholarship Beyond Booms and Bust’ in Public, 47, pp.72-82 http://www.publicjournal.ca/47-3d-cinema-and-beyond/

Haberstich, David E. (1994) ‘American photographs in Europe and illusions of travel’ in Nye, David and Gidley, Mick, eds., American photographs in Europe. Amsterdam: VU University Press, pp.57-75. ISBN: 9789053833049

Haberstich, David E. (1996) ‘Souvenirs of roads not taken: Virtual travel with the Underwood and Underwood system and the World Wide Web’ in Robinson, Mike, Evans, Nigel and Callaghan, Paul, eds.,Culture as the Tourist Product Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Centre for Tourism and Travel pp.131-139. ISBN: 9780907679882

Hackemann, Rebecca (2013) ‘The Fictional Referent as Signifier in 3D Photography’ in Public, 47, pp.ii-iv http://www.publicjournal.ca/47-3d-cinema-and-beyond/

Hainge, Greg (2013) ‘On Noise and Photography. Forest, Fuzz, Ruff’ in Greg Hainge, Noise Matters: Towards an Ontology of Noise, New York: Bloomsbury Academic, pp.209-239

Hallett, Michael (1986) ‘John Benjamin Dancer 1812-1887: a perspective’ in History of Photography, 10:3, pp.237-255.

Hamessley, Lydia (2007) ‘Double vision: banjos, guitars, and mandolins in late 19th-Century stereoviews’ in Fretboard Journal, 8, pp.108-114 http://www.fretboardjournal.com/store/issue-8-winter-2007

Hamessley, Lydia (2007) ‘Within sight: three-dimensional perspectives on women and banjos in the late nineteenth century’ in 19th-Century Music, 31:2, pp.131-163. http://dx.doi.org/10.1525/ncm.2007.31.2.131

Hamilton, George E. (1949) Oliver Wendell Holmes, his pioneer stereoscope and the later industry, New York: Newcomen Society

Hankins, Thomas L. and Silverman, Robert  J. (1995) ‘The giant eyes of science: the stereoscope and photographic depiction in the nineteenth century’ in Hankins, Thomas L. and Silvermaan, Robert  J., (eds.), Instruments and the imagination, Princeton: Princeton University Press, pp.148-177 ISBN: 9780691005492

Hanson, David A. (1985) ‘Early Photolithographic Stereographs in America: William and Frederick Langenheim and A. A. Turner’, History of Photography, 9:2, pp. 131-140.

Haralambidou, Penelope (2007) ‘The stereoscopic veil’ in Architectural Research Quarterly, 11:1, pp.36-52 http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S1359135507000486

Haralambidou, Penelope (2012) ‘Stereoscopy and the architecture of visual space’ in Higgot, Andrew and Wray, Timothy, eds., Camera constructs: photography, architecture and the modern city, Farnham: Ashgate, pp.313-330. ISBN: 9781409421450

Heil, Douglas (2017) The art of stereography: rediscovering vintage three-dimensional images. Jefferson, NC: McFarland. ISBN: 9781476664606

Heilbrun, Francoise (2009) ‘Impressionism and photography’ in History of Photography, 33:1, pp.18-25 http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/03087290802582889

Hibbert, William (2004) Jacques Henri Lartigue: hidden depths. London: Design for Life.  ISBN: 978-0954678807

Hickman, Paul (1987) John James Reilly, 1838-1894: Photographic Views of American Scenery. [PhD], unpublished thesis (PhD), University of New Mexico.

Hoelscher, Steven (1998) ‘The photographic construction of tourist space in Victorian America’ in Geographical Review, 88:4, pp.548-570 http://www.jstor.org/stable/215712

Holmes, Oliver Wendell (1859), ‘The Stereoscope and the Stereograph‘, Atlantic Monthly, 3, pp.738-48 http://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/1859/06/the-stereoscope-and-the-stereograph/303361/

Holmes, Oliver Wendell (1861) ‘Sun-Painting and Sun-Sculpture; With a Stereoscopic Trip Across the Atlantic‘, Atlantic Monthly, pp.13-29

Hood, M.V.J. and Haas, Robert Bartlett (1963) ‘Eadweard Muybridge’s Yosemite Valley photographs, 1867-1872’ in California Historical Society Quarterly, 42:1, pp.5-26.http://www.jstor.org/stable/25155515

Hubbard, Melanie (2005) ‘”Turn it a little”: the influence of the Daguerreotype and the stereograph on Emily Dickinson’s use of manuscript variants’, in Mosaic: a journal for the interdisciplinary study of literature, 38:1, pp.115-132.

Huffman, Wendell W. (2012) Waiting for the cars: Alfred A. Hart’s Stereoscopic Views of the Central Pacific Railroad, 1863-1869. Carson City, NV: Nevada State Railroad Museum. ISBN: 9780972877336

Ionnidis, Kostas and Mouzakti, Elini (2015) ‘Greece through the stereoscope: constituting spectatorship theought texts and images’. in Carrabot, Philip, Hamilakis, Yannis and Papargyriou, Eleni, eds., Camera graeca: photographs, narratives, materialities.Farnham, Surrey: Ashgate, pp.159-168. ISBN: 9781472424761

Jenkins, H. F. (1957) Two points of view: the history of the parlor stereoscope, Elmira, NY: World in Color Productions.

Jensen, Kirsten M. (2013) ‘Seeing in stereo: Albert Bierstadt and the stereographic landscape’, Nineteenth-Century Art Worldwide: a journal of nineteenth-century visual culture 12:2, http://19thc-artworldwide.org/index.php/autumn13/jensen-on-albert-bierstadt-and-the-stereographic-landscape

Johnson, Wendell G. (2008) ‘“Making Learning Easy and Enjoyable:” Anna Verona Dorris and the Visual Instruction Movement, 1918-1928’. TechTrends, 52:4, pp.51-58.

Jones, Andrew F. (2010) ‘Portable monuments: architectural photography and the “Forms” of Empire in Modern China’ in Positions, 18:3, pp.599-631. http://dx.doi.org/10.1215/10679847-2010-016

Jones, Lawrence T. (2014) ‘Stereographs’ in Lens on the Texas frontier. College Station, TX: Texas A&M University Press, pp.65-104 ISBN: 9781623491475  http://muse.jhu.edu/books/9781623491475

Kanemitsu, Yoko (2000) ‘Stereoscopy and Pre-Raphaelitism: the Pre-Raphaelites and Ruskin in the New Media Age’ in Convergence, 6, pp.106-120 http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/135485650000600110

Kantor, Jonathan (2016) ‘Stereoscopic Cards in Early 20th Century Dermatologic Education.’, JAMA Dermatology, 4 http://dx.doi.org/10.1001/jamadermatol.2015.3207

Kibbey, Mead B. (1996) The railroad photographs of Alfred A. Hart, artist; edited by Peter E. Palmquist.  Sacramento,Ca.: California State Library.  ISBN: 9780929722856. http://cprr.org/Museum/AA_Hart-Mead_Kibbey_CSLF/index.html

Klahr, Douglas (2013) ‘The Radically Subversive Narrative of Stereoscopic Photography ‘. Kunsttexte.de 1, pp.1-14, DOI: http://edoc.hu-berlin.de/kunsttexte/2013-1/klahr-douglas-4/PDF/klahr.pdf

Klahr, Douglas (2013) ‘Stereoscopic photography encounters the staircase: traversing thresholds, borders and passages’.  Archimaera 5, pp.89-97, http://www.archimaera.de/2012/grenzwertig/stereoscopic_encounters/archimaera005_Klahr.pdf

Klahr, Douglas (2014) ‘The Stereoscopic photo album as Nazi propaganda: Ephemerality of image in Vienna, The Pearl of the Reich.’, in Adorno, S., Cristina, G. and Rotondo, A., eds., VI congresso AISU InvisibleVisible. Percepirela città tra descrizioni e omission, Catania, Monastero dei Benedettini, Scrimm Edizioni, pp.1903-1911.

Klahr, Douglas (2016) ‘Traveling via Rome through the Stereoscope: Reality, Memory, and Virtual Travel’, Architectural Histories, 4:1 http://dx.doi.org/10.5334/ah.185

Klahr, Douglas R (2016) ‘Nazi Stereoscopic Photobooks of Vienna and Prague: Geopolitical Propaganda Collides with a Distinctive Visual Medium’, Paper cities: urban portraits in photographic books, 171-190. http://mentis.uta.edu/dashboard/file/download/id/189233

Krauss, Rosalind (1982) ‘Photography’s discursive spaces: landscape/view’, Art Journal, 42:4, pp.311-319. http://www.jstor.org/stable/776691

Krauss, Rosalind (1999) ‘Photography’s discursive spaces: landscape/view’ in Bolton, Richard, (ed.) Contest of meaning: critical histories of photography, Cambridge (Mass.); London: MIT, pp. 287-302. ISBN:0262022885/0262521695

Kyram, Dan (1995) ‘Early stereoscopic photography in Palestine’. History of Photography, 19:3, pp.228-230. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/03087298.1995.10443560

Layer, Harold A. (1971) ‘Exploring stereo images: a changing awareness of space in the fine arts’ in Leonardo, 4:3, pp.233-238. http://www.jstor.org/stable/1572296

Layer, Harold A. (1979) ‘Stereoscopy: Where Did It Come From? Where Will It Lead?’ in Exposure, 17:3, pp.34-48.

Layer, Harold A. (1989) ‘Holographic and stereoscopic space: new research directions’ in Leonardo, 22:3/4, pp.411-413. http://www.jstor.org/stable/1575406

Lehmann, Annette Jael (2013) ‘Life and death in peep boxes: bringing the Civil War to the American home’. in Martschukat, Jűrgen and Niedermeier, Silvan, eds., Violence and visibility in modern history,London: Palgrave Macmillan, pp.159-180. ISBN: 9781137378682. http://dx.doi.org/10.1057/9781137378699.0015

Lightfoot, Fredrick S. (1957) ‘The stereographic portraits of Lincoln’. Image, 6:2, pp.36-39.

Lindquist-Cock, Elizabeth (1970) ‘Stereoscopic photography and the Western paintings of Albert Bierstadt’ in Art Quarterly, 33:4, pp.360-378.

Long, Burke O. (2001) ‘Lakeside at Chautauqua’s Holy Land.’ Journal for the Study of the Old Testament, 92, pp.29-53

Long, Burke O. (2003) Imagining the Holy Land: lands, models and fantasy travels, Bloomington, IN:Indiana University Press. ISBN: 0253341361

Luther, Frederic (1992) ‘John Benjamin Dancer (1812–87): A family history.’ History of Photography, 16:2, pp.123-134. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/03087298.1992.10442536

Lyons, Maura (2012) ‘An embodied landscape: Wounded trees at Gettysburg’. American Art, 26:3, pp.44-65.

Maginnis, Tara (1987) ‘Stereographs as an educational resource in costume history’. TD&T: Theatre Design and Technology, 23:1 pp.25-29

Mahn, Churnjeet (2014) ‘The virtual tourist gaze in Greece, 1897–1905’, Annals of Tourism Research, 48, pp.193-206. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.annals.2014.06.001

Malin, Brenton J. (2007) ‘Looking white and middle-class: stereoscopic imagery and technology in the early Twentieth-Century United States’ in Quarterly Journal of Speech,93:4, pp.403-424. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00335630701593998

Manovich, Lev (1993) ‘The Mapping of Space: Perspective, Radar, and 3-D Computer Graphics’. Available online at:  http://manovich.net/TEXT/mapping.html

Masteller, Richard N. (1981) ‘Western views in eastern parlors: the contribution of the stereograph photographer to the conquest of the West’ in Prospects, 6, pp.55-71. http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S0361233300003355

Mathias, Nikita (2016) ‘Between immersion and media reflexivity: Virtual travel media in the 19th Century’, International Journal of Film and Media Arts, 1:2, pp.22-33. http://revistas.ulusofona.pt/index.php/ijfma/article/view/5708/3596

May, Brian and Vidal, Elena (2009) A village lost and found: An annotated tour of the 1850s series of stereo photographs “Scenes in Our Village” by T. R. Williams, London: Frances Lincoln Ltd and The London Stereoscopic Company ISBN: 9780711230392

May, Brian, Pellerin, Denis and Fleming, Paula R. (2013) Diableries: stereoscopic adventures in Hell. London: London Stereoscopic Company. ISBN: 9780957424609

Mayer, David (2002) ‘“Quote the words to prompt the attitudes”: the Victorian performer, the photographer, and the photograph’ in Theatre Survey, 43:2, pp.223-251. http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S0040557402000121

Mendelson, Andrew L. and Kitch, Carolyn (2011) ‘Creating a Photographic Record of World War I: “Real History” and Recuperative Memory in Stereography’, Journalism History, 37:3, pp.142-150.

Morrison-Low, Alison D (2015) Photography: a Victorian sensation. Edinburgh: National Museums Scotland. ISBN: 9781905267958

Muriuki, Godfrey and Sobania, Neal (2007) ‘The truth be told: stereoscopic photographs, interviews and oral tradition from Mount Kenya’ in Journal of Eastern African Studies,1:1, pp.1-15. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/17531050701218783

Merrin, William (2005) ‘Skylights Onto Infinity: The World In a Stereoscope’ in Simon Popple and Vanessa Toulmin (eds) Visual Delights Two: Audiences and Reception, Eastleigh: John Libbey, pp.161-174. ISBN: 0861966570

Natale, Simone (2012) ‘Photography and communication media in the Nineteenth Century’ in History of Photography, 36:4, pp.451-456. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/03087298.2012.680306

Nisbet, James (2013) ‘Atmospheric Cameras and Ecological Light in the Landscape Photographs of Eadweard Muybridge’. Photography and Culture, 6:2, pp.131-155.
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Ogawa, David (2007) ‘Arresting nudes in Second Empire Paris’ in History of Photography, 31:4, pp.330-347. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/03087290701440361

Paakspuu, Kalli (2007) ‘Winning or Losing the West: The Photographic Act’. Bulletin of Science, Technology & Society, 27:1, pp.48-58. http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/0270467606295972

Palmquist, Peter E. (1979) ‘The California Indian in three-dimensional photography’ in Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology, 1:1, pp.89-116. http://www.jstor.org/stable/27824948

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