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Re: [SACC-L] Looking for photographs for a textbook

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  • Barry Kass
    Hi Ellen, Thanks for responding--hope all is well with you and that life is putting a smile on your face. I m not sure that the photo images have to be too
    Message 1 of 3 , Jul 7, 2010
      Hi Ellen,
      Thanks for responding--hope all is well with you and that life is putting
      a smile on your face.
      I'm not sure that the photo images have to be too recent--if you have any
      of an extended family in SE Asia "doing something" together, send me an
      image (s) for review.

      On Tue, Jul 6, 2010 at 10:59 PM, Johnson, Ellen C. K. <Johnson@...
      > wrote:

      > Barry, I assume that SE Asian family should be a recent photo? Mine would
      > be too old. I did attend a wedding last year of a daughter of a Thai family,
      > and have some photos, but the wedding was in MA, not in Thailand.
      > Ellen J
      > ________________________________
      > From: SACC-L@yahoogroups.com [SACC-L@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of Barry [
      > barry.kass@...]
      > Sent: Monday, July 05, 2010 9:22 PM
      > To: SACC-L@yahoogroups.com
      > Subject: [SACC-L] Looking for photographs for a textbook
      > Hello SACC people,
      > I am looking for photos for possible use in a leading textbook in Cultural
      > Anthropology. Do you have any photos that would fit the following
      > descriptions?
      > CO 1 (CO being chapter opener so it HAS to be horizontal)
      > Anthropologist interviewing a person in North America to illustrate the
      > fact that such work is done in our own country and Canada, not just remote
      > countries and villages. All people in photo should be in contemporary
      > "American" type clothing.
      > 1-4 Applied anthropologist working with medical or educational
      > program/organization in some developing country.
      > 1-5 Anthropologist working with/interviewing factory worker in East of
      > Southeast Asia(China, Vietnam, Philippines, Malaysia, Indonesia, etc. to
      > show study of impact of globalization "from the bottom up" with learning
      > from factory workers.
      > CO 6 Somali women working the fields/farming.
      > 8-3 Na or Musuo children of Yunnan Province, China. Also wanted photo to
      > show housing with second floor that accommodates "Walking Marriage" custom.
      > CO 9 Southeast Asia extended family doing something together, not just
      > standing as a group.
      > 9-2 Hopi Woman who looks like a leader or is well-respected.
      > 18-2 Something to do with medical anthropology.
      > If you have such a photo (or photos) and want to send it to me for review,
      > there is a chance that I could get it published for you and you can even
      > earn some money. You would retain full copyright ownership of the photo. The
      > images should be high quality, well composed, etc. required at most minor
      > photoediting (cropping, etc.)
      > You can initially send me the photo (s) as low-resolution images as an
      > e-mail attachment, and, if the photo is selected for publication, then I
      > would require a high resolution image from you, suitable for print
      > publication.
      > I need these photos right away, because of various deadlines regarding the
      > publication of the textbook, and because I will be out of the country July
      > 10-24. So if you have any photos which match the list, and you think they
      > are worthy of publication, get in touch with me ASAP.
      > Thanks,
      > Barry
      > Barry Kass
      > Images of Anthropology
      > www.imagesofanthropology.com
      > ( former SACC president, for all of you newbies )
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