By Margaret Bourke-White

“Dust Changes America,” The Nation, May 22, 1935, pp. 597-98
“Photographing this World,” The Nation, Feb. 19, 1936, pp. 217-19
You Have Seen Their Faces, with Erskine Caldwell (1937)
They Called it “Purple Heart Valley”: A Combat Chronicle of War in Italy (1944)
Halfway to Freedom: A Report on the New India in the Words and Photographs of Margaret Bourke-White (1949)
“The New South: Its Farms, Factories, and Folkways Show Exciting Changes,” Life, Oct. 31, 1949, pp. 79-90
Portrait of Myself (1963)

About Margaret Bourke-White

Sean Callahan, ed., The Photographs of Margaret Bourke-White (1972)
Claude Cookman, “Margaret Bourke-White and Henri Cartier-Bresson: Gandhi’s Funeral,” History of Photography 22(Summer 1998): 199-209
Claude Cookman, Life visits `Middletown’: Trying to Repair America’s Social Contract with Margaret Bourke-White’s Photographs,” Visual Communication Quarterly 18(Oct.-Dec. 2011): 204-22
Sharon Corwin, Jessica May, and Terri Weissman, American Modern: Documentary Photography by Abbott, Evans, and Bourke-White (2010)
Vicki Goldberg, Margaret Bourke-White: A Biography (1986)
John Edwin Mason, “Picturing the Beloved Country: Margaret Bourke-White, Life Magazine, and South Africa, 1949-1950,” Kronos
38(2012): 154-76
Olivia Maria Rubio and Sean M. Quinby, Margaret Bourke-White: Moments in History (2013)
Jonathan Silverman, For the World to See: The Life of Margaret Bourke-White (1983)
Adam Sonstegard, “Rivals in Photo-Realism: James Agee vs. Margaret Bourke-White,” Southern Studies 18(Summer 2011): 58-73
Chris Vials, “The Popular Front in the American Century: Life Magazine, Margaret Bourke-White, and Consumer Realism, 1936-1941,” American Periodicals 16(2006): 74-102

South African Photography

Ian Berry, Living Apart (1996)
Ernest Cole, House of Bondage (1967)
Ernest Cole, The Photographer (2010)
Okwui Enwezor and Rory Bester, Rise and Fall of Apartheid: Photography and the Bureaucracy of Everyday Life (2012)
David Goldblatt, Kith, Kin & Khaya: South African Photographs (2010)
David Goldblatt, On the Mines (2012)
Bob Gosani, Tauza: Bob Gosani’s People (2005)
Riason Naidoo, The Indian in Drum Magazine in the 1950s (2008)
Darren Newbury, Defiant Images: Photography and Apartheid South Africa (2009)
Darren Newbury, People Apart: 1950s Cape Town Revisited (2013)
Alan Paton and Dan Weiner, South Africa in Transition (1956)
Jurgen Schadeberg, The Black and White Fifties: Jurgen Schadeberg’s South Africa (2001)


South Africa History Online
Overcoming Apartheid
Apartheid Legislation
Market Photo Workshop, Johannesburg



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