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2016/2017 second place award winner. The paper elucidates the origins of image, text, and ideology as a visual culture of fear and racism in white, middle-class England. 12 pages.
illustration, Indian mutiny, Victorian England, visual culture
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Corson, Josh, "It Matters What You Call a Thing: How Illustration During the Indian Mutiny Shaped the Visual Culture of Victorian England" (2017). Honors Library Research Award. 2.