Text engl. - Other ed.: Second ed. (limited to 3000 case-bound copies) 1990. A second, follow-up vol. with the same title was published in New York 2002. - On post-mortem photography. Includes a preface, bibliography, captions and texts including 'Death in America: A Chronology,' and 'Memorial Photograph Identification by Era,' by Stanley B. Burns, M.D. Selection of postmortem photographs from the "Burns Archive," which contains over 700,000 vintage prints including the world's largest collection of early medical photographs.
Luna Córnea; no. 11, 1997. Dir. Pablo Ortiz Monasterio.
Consejo Nacional para la Cultura y las artes, Centro de la imagen
Text span, engl. summaries. - Incl. essays on the Cambodian Khmer Rouge killing fields portraits; on the 1978 revolution in Iran; on the civil wars in former Jugoslavia; on civil war in Northern Ireland; on civil war in Africa (Ethiopia, Sudan, Ruanda, Kenia) 1992-1994; on the cultural revolution in Brasil after the proclamation of the Republic in 1889; on provacative art and public reaction in Mexico; on various issues of censorship; et al.
Text engl. - Other edition: London: Allen Lane 1973. - “The author’s particular presentation of the history of a small Wisconsin community interpreted through the 19th century photographs of its inhabitants”. (Pajerski cat. no. 44, 1998).