Comparative social inequality has been the focus of much of Professor Cancian’s research. He also has worked on issues in economic anthropology, peasant. The latest Tweets from Frank Cancian (@Frank_Cancian). Frank, father of two husband of one; retired Anthro prof (UC Irvine) photographer of ordinary life since . Photographer: Frank Cancian (born Stafford Springs, CT and lives in when Frank Cancian investigated a small Italian hill-top community.
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The Decline of Community in Zinacantan: The collection comprises three sub-collections of photographs that illustrate the variety of anthropological studies performed by Cancian during his career.
The Orange County Housecleaners photographs document the working lives of housecleaning staff in Orange County, California between -of which 70 have been added to the digital collection.
The Zinacantan photographs document the people and places in and around Zinacantan, Mexico inof which have been digitized.
Regretfully as with most glued perfect binding, this book design does trap some of the image content in the gutter diminishing the visual effect of photographs that are a double page spread. Thank you for this introduction to a humanist photographer I had not heard of — wonderfully warm, positive imagery despite what I imagine would have been a cultural gap which shows in some wariness amongst some subjects.
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Frank Cancian documentary photographs, 1957-2002
My great grandparents immigrated to Natick, MA from this town in the early s. It is a shame that I missed your xancian in Reporter, photographer, The Providence Rhode Island Journal Company, ; instructor in social anthropology, Harvard University, ; assistant professor anthropology, Stanford California U.
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Frank Cancian (born April 14, ), American anthropology educator | Prabook
The authors or their heirs retain their copyrights to the material. For the young generationit is a treasure of great value. Comment by medischa — November 11, English Stiff cover, perfect bound glued binding, digital lithography, printed by Hemlock Printers Canada Photobook designer: Property rights reside with the Regents of the University of California. Change and Uncertainty in a Peasant Economy: This site uses Akismet to reduce spam.
Learn how your comment data is processed. You are commenting using your Twitter account. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here This collection consists of photographs taken by University of California, Irvine anthropology professor emeritus Frank Cancian during three separate projects in, and Nevertheless, over time he was able to blend in and become more of an objective observer.
Post-doctoral foreign area fellowship in Latin American Studies, Born April 14, When I was 8 in ,my parents took me to Lacedonia they had emigrated in France where I was born and I still remember some views same as those in the exhibition. You are commenting using your Facebook account. Stiff cover, perfect bound glued binding, digital lithography, printed by Hemlock Printers Canada. Email required Address never made public.