J. Ross Baughman

John Ross Baughman (* 7. května 1953, Dearborn), známý jako J. Ross Baughman je americký fotoreportér, který získal v roce 1978 Pulitzerovu cenu Pulitzer Prize for Feature Photography za fotografie, ukazující brutální zacházení s vězni ze strany Rhodesianských bezpečnostních sil z roku 1977.

J. Ross Baughman
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Narození7. května 1953 (68 let)
Dearborn
Alma materU.S. Air Force Test Pilot School
Povolánífotograf, fotoreportér a novinář
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Knihy J. Rosse BaughmanaEditovat

  • Graven Images: a Thematic Portfolio, 1976 [1]. A series of individual images depicting themes of childhood, courtship, marriage, old age and death.
  • Forbidden Images: a Secret Portfolio, 1977 [2]. A series of photo essays depicting people on the fringes of society (Ku Klux Klan members, transvestites, carnival sideshow workers, the institutionalized mentally ill). [3]
  • Some Ancestors of the Baughman Family in America: tracing back twelve generations from Switzerland through Virginia, & c. growing along with the nation, across its heartland, 1989 [4]. Genealogical history of the Baughman family. ISBN 0917968174
  • Harvest Time: being several essays on the history of the Swiss, German & Dutch folk in early America named Baughman, Layman, Moyer, Huff, and others across New York, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Tennessee, Missouri, Arkansas, and four centuries, 1994 [5]. Family history focused on colonial American history in New York, Pennsylvania and Virginia. ISBN 978-0-917968-18-1
  • Apart from the World: an account of the origins and destinies of various Swiss Mennonites who fled from their homelands in remote parts of Cantons Zurich, Aargau and Bern, 1997 [6]. Centers on histories of medieval Europe, the Protestant Reformation and its impact on the New World. ISBN 0917968190
  • A Lake Beneath the Cresent Moon: some of the history, legends & folkart from around Zurich, ranging from prehistoric times through the 18th century: along with the families thereabout named Bachman, Hiestand, Ringger & Strickler, 2000 [7]. Centers on mythology and folk art. ISBN 0-917968-21-2
  • The Chain Rejoined: or the bonds of science and mystery amongst family, including many attempts to recover ties across the Atlantic Ocean to ancestors and cousins of Baughmans and Bachmans, 2005 [8]. Focuses on cycles of justice and injustice among the races throughout European and American history. ISBN 978-0-917968-22-8

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