Christopher Morton
Christopher Morton
Pitt Rivers Museum, University of Oxford
Verified email at prm.ox.ac.uk
TitleCited byYear
Photography, anthropology and history: expanding the frame
E Edwards
Routledge, 2016
842016
Remembering the house: Memory and materiality in Northern Botswana
C Morton
Journal of material culture 12 (2), 157-179, 2007
472007
The anthropologist as photographer: reading the monograph and reading the archive
C Morton
Taylor & Francis Group 18 (4), 389-405, 2005
262005
Fixity and fluidity: chiefly authority and settlement movement in colonial Botswana
C Morton
History and Anthropology 15 (4), 345-365, 2004
192004
Transformations: the art of recycling
J Coote, C Morton, J Nicholson, J Birmingham
Pitt Rivers Museum, 2000
182000
Photographs, museums, collections: between art and Information
E Edwards, C Morton
Bloomsbury Publishing, 2015
162015
The African Photographic Archive: research and curatorial strategies
C Morton, D Newbury
Bloomsbury Publishing, 2015
122015
Photography and the comparative method: the construction of an anthropological archive
C Morton
Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 18 (2), 369-396, 2012
122012
Fieldwork and the Participant-Photographer: E.E. Evans-Pritchard and the Nuer Rite of gorot
C Morton
Visual Anthropology 22 (4), 252-274, 2009
112009
Between art and information: towards a collecting history of photographs
E Edwards, C Morton
Photographs, Museums, Collections: Between Art and Information, 3-23, 2015
72015
The initiation of Kamanga: visuality and textuality in Evans-Pritchard’s Zande ethnography
C Morton
Photography, Anthropology and History: Expanding the Frame, 119-42, 2009
72009
A glimpse of the Guinea Coast: regarding an African exhibition at the Pitt Rivers Museum
J Coote, C Morton
Journal of Museum Ethnography 12, 39-56, 2000
72000
Double alienation: Evans-Pritchard’s Zande and Nuer photographs in comparative perspective
C Morton
Photography in Africa: Ethnographic Perspectives, 33-55, 2012
62012
An Inherited Perspective
R Blythe, C Morton
Twelve Bells Press, 2004
52004
Elizabeth Edwards, eds. 2009
C Morton
Photography, anthropology, and history. Expanding the frame, 0
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" PARO MANENE": EXHIBITING PHOTOGRAPHIC HISTORIES IN WESTERN KENYA
C Morton, G Oteyo
Journal of Museum Ethnography, 155-164, 2009
42009
The Place of Photographs in the Collections, Displays, and Other Work of General Pitt-Rivers
C Morton
Museum History Journal 7 (2), 168-187, 2014
32014
Observations from the Interface: Photography, Ethnography, and Digital Projects at the Pitt Rivers Museum
C Morton
Uncertain Images: Museums and the Work of Photographs, 243-60, 2014
32014
Evans-Pritchard and Malinowski: the roots of a complex relationship
C Morton, B Malinoswki, EE Evans-Pritchard
History of Anthropology Newsletter 34 (2), 10-14, 2007
32007
'DRESSED AS A NEW ZEALANDER', OR AN ETHNOGRAPHIC MISCHMASCH? NOTES AND REFLECTIONS ON TWO PHOTOGRAPHS BY CHARLES DODGSON (LEWIS CARROLL)
J Coote, C MORTON
Journal of Museum Ethnography, 150-172, 2015
22015
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