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From stereographic views and slide presentations to picture postcards or casual Kodak snapshots, tourism and photography are inextricably linked. Photographs capture would-be-traveler's imagination and provide indelible memories of places visited. This seminar traces the development of travel photography beginning with the nineteenth-century surveyors who reached the Western frontier via wagon trains to the early twentieth-century adventurers whose journeys by cruise ship, rail or automobile fueled a growing tourist industry.
Three sessions. Registration – $170
Margaret Denny is an art historian who holds a PhD from the University of Illinois at Chicago. She teaches courses on photography history at colleges and universities in Chicago. Her research addresses American and British women photographers.
A selection of shorter materials distributed by the instructor.
There is no reading assignment for the first session of this seminar.
Online registration opens at 9 am (CDT) on Tuesday, September 1st.
Please note: Due to COVID-19, the Adult Education Seminars staff is working remotely and will be unable to process registration over the phone. For more information about registration, including a guide to online registration, see our Registration Information page. Questions? Please contact seminars program staff via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We offer a 10% discount to members, seniors, and students.