Atrocity,memory,photography: Imaging the concentration camps of Bosnia - the case of ITN versus Living Marxism , Part 2

@article{Campbell2002AtrocitymemoryphotographyIT,
  title={Atrocity,memory,photography: Imaging the concentration camps of Bosnia - the case of ITN versus Living Marxism , Part 2},
  author={David Campbell},
  journal={Journal of Human Rights},
  year={2002},
  volume={1},
  pages={143 - 172}
}
  • D. Campbell
  • Published 1 June 2002
  • Art
  • Journal of Human Rights
Part 1 of this article detailed the controversy surrounding the 1992 television image of Fikret Alic´ and others imprisoned at Trnopolje camp in Bosnia, demonstrating how doubts about its veracity were unsustainable. Part 2 explores the historical, political and visual context in which the particulars of the controversy are located. It explores what is involved in the concept of a 'concentration camp', as well as the nature of the Nazis' concentration camp system and the implications of this… 

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