Regarding the Pain of Others Quiz

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Questions 1-5 of 25:

1.

Events enter the collective memory, not by a natural process of remembering but by: (from Chapter 6)

2.

Many of the scenes in "Saving Private Ryan" were based on works by which famous World War I photographer? (from Chapter 6)

3.

Sebastiao Salgado's work called "Migrations: Humanity in Transition" was often criticized as being: (from Chapter 6)

4.

Sontag suggests that it is still possible to "feel the pulse of Christian iconography" in much war photography. Which famous work of art does she suggest can be seen in W. Eugene Smith's photograph of the woman in Minamata cradling her child? (from Chapter 6)

5.

Photographic representations of the Vietnam War was essential to promoting: (from Chapter 4)

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