1898: Visual Culture and U.S. Imperialism in the Caribbean and the Pacific
A revealing look at U.S. imperialism through the lens of visual culture and portraiture.
In 1898, the United States seized territories overseas, ushering in an era of expansion that was at odds with the nation’s founding promise of freedom and democracy for all. This book draws on portraiture and visual culture to provide fresh perspectives on this crucial yet underappreciated period in history. Hardcover, 272 pages.
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