anonymous
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How did Chinese Empress Cixi use photographs as a political tool?
MIT 21F.027J | CMS.874 | 21H.917J Visualizing Cultures, Spring 2008
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Cixi used photographs of herself as a campaign to reconstruct the public identity of the Qing court because Cixi was a controversial ruler. She sent amazing painted prints and photographs to ministers, governors, and generals, clearly crafting an image of a magnanimous sovereign who was both a formidable politician and dignity.
anonymous
  • anonymous
President Theodore Roosevelt received prints, this underscored the complex engagement with foreign powers by the Qing court through this practice of exchanging portraits...trading images to support Chinese diplomacy
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