We need images that capture attention and enhance the understanding of each article listed below.
Judith Friedman and Jerry Krase, Image Editors
Contexts Vol. 6, no. 3 Low resolution images due 4/11. We apologize for the short notice.
For an article by Fred Block,”Why is the U.S. fighting in Iraq?,” we seek ironic icons (photos, cartoons, et al) of the 1st and 2nd Iraq wars which highlight the real and imagined reasons for invading, and also predicting a successful short war. Personal icons include but are not limited to Bush I and II, Saddam Hussein, Ahmed chalabi, Karl Rove, Donald Rumsfeld, and Dick Cheney.
Institutional icons; the Christian Right, Project for a New American Century, the World Bank, and the United Nations.
For articles by Gosta Esping-Anderson (“Equal Opportunities and the Welfare State”) and Lane Kenworthy (“Is Equality Feasible?”) we seek images of child care programs in Scandinavia and low-income housing in Scandinavia.
For an article by Stephen Lerner, “Global Corporations, Global Unions,” we seek images of the 2006 janitors strike in Houston, and of its expansion to Chicago, New York and Washington, or images of other Justice for Janitors
SUBMIT REVIEW COPIES OF IMAGES by 4/11 Initial copies can be paper prints, images posted to a web site (send us the URL),
slides, or, preferably, low-resolution image files sent as email attachments (100 K max). Send files to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please attach no more than two low-resolution images to one email. However you submit, please provide information about each images.
If a photo is selected for publication, we will need a print, slide, negative or high resolution scan (2+ MB uncompressed, grayscale files -- tiff is best) by 4/11.
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