(Trans-)National Hunger: Cold War Famine Iconographies in the United States View Full Text


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DATE

2017

AUTHORS

Katharina M. Fackler

ABSTRACT

This chapter analyzes visual representations of U.S.-American hunger circulated in the context of an anti-hunger campaign in the late 1960s. It demonstrates how visual references to the so-called famine iconography, which depicts a starving child with a bloated belly, both challenged and reinforced Cold War dichotomies between what was termed the “First World” and the “Third World.” In a complex and nuanced move, these photographs strategically enmesh transnational and national(ist) aesthetics and politics of hunger. The Cold War famine iconography thus questioned the moral and social superiority of U.S.-American democratic capitalism and at the same time mobilized notions of U.S. exceptionalism to argue for national social reform. More... »

PAGES

205-227

Book

TITLE

The Aesthetics and Politics of Global Hunger

ISBN

978-3-319-47484-7
978-3-319-47485-4

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http://scigraph.springernature.com/pub.10.1007/978-3-319-47485-4_9

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