Course Lecture for “Landscape as Painting”: Dora Apel, “Detroit Ruin Porn and the Post-Apocalyptic Landscape”

Dora Apel teaches art and visual culture at Wayne State University in Detroit, where she holds the W. Hawkins Ferry Endowed Chair in Modern and Contemporary Art History. She is the author of Memory Effects: The Holocaust and the Art of Secondary WitnessingImagery of Lynching: White Women, Black Men, and the Mob; and Lynching Photographs, co-authored with Shawn Michelle Smith. Her most recent book is War Culture and the Contest of Images
In conjunction with Ewa Harabasz's course “Landscape as Painting.”

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