This Collection was produced in collaboration with The University of North Carolina Press as an accompaniment to
A Communion of Shadows: Religion and Photography in Nineteenth-Century America, by Rachel McBride Lindsey (2017 © University of North Carolina Press).
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_____. The Strange Case of William Mumler, Spirit Photographer. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2008.
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___. “The Puritan in the Photograph,” in Michael P., Kramer and Nan Goodman, eds. The Turn Around Religion in America: Literature, Culture, and the Work of Sacvan Bercovitch. Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2013, 123-156.
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___. Reflections in Black: A History of Black Photographers, 1840 to 1999. New York: W. W. Norton and Company, 2000.
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1. Rachel McBride Lindsey, “A Communion of Shadows: Religion and Photography in Nineteenth-Century America,” Collection, in MAVCOR Journal 1 (2017), doi:10.22332/mav.coll.2017.1
Lindsey, Rachel McBride. “A Communion of Shadows: Religion and Photography in Nineteenth-Century America.” Collection. In MAVCOR Journal 1 (2017), doi:10.22332/mav.coll.2017.1