Visual Culture of Workers’ Education

Excerpt of image from You and Your Union, 1935

Excerpt of image from You and Your Union, 1935

This week I had the opportunity to present my work-in-progress on the visual culture of workers’ education to a group of scholars at the Newberry Library.

The great thing about a deadline is that it makes you write.  And the great thing about sharing your work is that you have to actually explain yourself.  Now, it’s back to work!  The images are on my Flickr photostream.

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