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This essay considers the legacy of a small, but important set of historical photographs of children, taken in the post-war period by the American-British photographer Marilyn Stafford (b.1925) in the narrow streets of the Cité Lesage-Bullourde neighbourhood, situated not far from the Place de la Bastille in Paris. In 1961, less than a decade after Stafford’s chance visit, the Cité was completely demolished, and all the residents were dispersed to new high-rise buildings on the outskirts of Paris.
|Journal||MAI Feminism: FEMINISM AND VISUAL CULTURE|
|Volume||Photography & Resistance|
|Publication status||Published - 25 Jun 2022|
- marilyn stafford
- Cité Lesage-Bullourde
- Kylie Thomas
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Feminism, Photography & Resistance Symposium
Julia Winckler (Participant)28 Apr 2022
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