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    Email: nm45[at]nyu.edu

    Nicholas Mirzoeff is Professor of Media, Culture and munication at New York University.

    Current web project The Situation.

    New book How To See The World (Pelican, 2015)

     


    .The Right to Look: A Counter History of Visuality
Duke University Press, 2011..
    Winner Anne Friedberg Prize for Innovative Scholarship: The Right to Look: A Counter History of Visuality