Benito M. Vegara Jr.'s 'Displaying Filipinos' looks at photographs published in travel accounts and government documents of the early American colonial period in the Philippines. It is premised on photography's power as an effective instrument for the presentation of colonialist ideology, and discusses its role in the legitimation of the American colonial enterprise in the Philippines.
The University of the Philippines Press, Philippines
First Printing, 1995
Second Printing, 1998
Softcover / 9.2 x 6 inches / 180 pages / BW