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100 1  Matthews, Scott L.,|eauthor. 
245 10 Capturing the South :|bimagining America's most documented
       region /|cScott L. Matthews. 
264  1 [Chapel Hill, North Carolina] :|bPublished by the 
       University of North Carolina Press, Chapel Hill, in 
       association with the Center for Documentary Studies at 
       Duke University,|c[2018] 
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490 1  Documentary arts and culture 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 0  The most documented region -- Race, region, and resistance
       : Howard Odum's community and folk background studies, 
       1905-1928 -- What a place this South is: Jack Delano's 
       Farm Security Administration photographs of Greene County,
       Georgia, during the New Deal -- Field trip -- Kentucky: 
       John Cohen, Roscoe Holcomb, and documentary expression 
       during the folk revival -- Documenting SNCC and the rural 
       South: Danny Lyon and the cultural politics of civil 
       rights movement photography -- Protesting the privilege of
       perception: resistance to documentary work in Hale County,
       Alabama, 1900-2010 -- Seems a land out of time: 
       documentary's enduring legacy in the twenty-first-century 
       South. 
520    "In his expansive history of documentary work in the South
       during the twentieth-century, Scott L. Matthews examines 
       the motivations and methodologies of several pivotal 
       documentarians, including sociologist Howard Odum, 
       photographers Jack Delano and Danny Lyon, and music 
       ethnographer John Cohen. Their work salvaged and 
       celebrated folk cultures threatened by modernization or 
       strived to reveal and reform problems linked to [the] 
       region's racial caste system and exploitative agricultural
       economy"--|cProvided by publisher. 
588 0  Print version record. 
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650  0 Social sciences|xResearch|zSouthern States|xHistory|y20th 
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650  0 Social scientists|zSouthern States|xHistory|y20th century.
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776 08 |iPrint version:|aMatthews, Scott L.|tCapturing the South.
       |d[Chapel Hill, North Carolina] : Published by the 
       University of North Carolina Press, Chapel Hill, in 
       association with the Center for Documentary Studies at 
       Duke University, [2018]|z9781469646442|w(DLC)  2018017918
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830  0 Documentary arts and culture. 
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       and staff. 
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