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Using Visual Evidence 1st Edition

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Dr Richard Howells is Reader in Cultural and Creative Industries at King's College, London, UK, where he is also Director of the Centre for Cultural, Media and Creative Industries Research.

Professor Robert W. Matson is Professor of History at the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown, USA.

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Richard Howells is cultural sociologist who asks the big questions about culture: What is culture? Why do we have it? And what does the rigorous analysis of it tell us about ourselves?

His books include: A Critical Theory of Creativity: Utopia, Aesthetics, Atheism and Design, (2015); The Myth of the Titanic (1999 and 2012); Visual Culture (2003 and 2012; the second edition with Joaquim Negreiros); Using Visual Evidence (2009, edited with Robert Matson, University of Pittsburgh); and Outrage: Art, Controversy, and Society, edited with Andrea Ritivoi and Judith Schachter (Center for the Arts in Society, Carnegie Mellon University, 2012). His books have been translated into Chinese and Korean.

He took his first degree at Harvard (summa cum laude in Visual Studies) before returning to his native England to take his MPhil and PhD at Emmanuel College, University of Cambridge. He has been Distinguished Visiting Professor at the Center for the Arts in Society, Carnegie Mellon University, USA, and Visiting Scholar, St John's College, University of Oxford. He is currently Reader in Culture, Media and Creative Industries at King's College London.

In addition to his work as an academic and lecturer, Richard Howells is a regular contributor to radio and television programmes on cultural and media issues. He lives in London and West Sussex with his wife, the designer Sarah Howson.

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