Empire’s Eyes: Colonial Stereographs of the PhilippinesCriticism46 pagesFrom <i>Body Parts of Empire: Visual Abjection, Filipino Images, and the American Archive</i>Courtesy of the University of Michigan PressScholarColonialism, Philippines, US Empire, Photography, Nerissa Balce, Body Parts of Empire, Chapter, Book, University of Michigan Press, Necropolitics and the U.S. Imperial Photography Complex, ArchivesNerissa BalceArchiveColonial and imperial legacies"Colonial Photography Across Empires and Islands"A Filipino Home Near ManilaA Little Fishermaid of Cavite, PI (1929)How the 20th Kansas Boys Were Met by Conquered Natives, PhilippinesLooking Afar from the Philippine Shore, PIPasig River Boats Carrying U.S. Soldiers to “Laguna de Bay” (1898)Visayan Belles, Cebu Islands“Chapter 1: Introduction: The Kodak Zone”“Chapter 2: Photography and Truth”“Chapter 3: Taste of Empire”“Photographic Encounters in the Philippines, 1898 - 1910”Sunday, January 1, 2017<iframe style="width:100%; height:259px;" src="//e.issuu.com/embed.html#7853416/60086416" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>00