Barnaby Haran

Dr Barnaby Haran

Lecturer in American Arts

Summary

Barnaby teaches and researches American visual culture with a specialism in the history of photography. His monograph, Watching the Red Dawn: The American Avant-Garde and the Soviet Union, 1922-33, was published by Manchester University Press in 2016. Barnaby is currently researching American photographic culture of the early 1930s, enabled by a postdoctoral travel grant from the Terra Foundation.

Postgraduate

Dr Haran welcomes applications in - American art and visual culture - histories of photography - avant-garde and documentary film - radical culture

Book

Watching the red dawn: the American avant-garde and the Soviet Union

Haran, B. (2016). Watching the red dawn: the American avant-garde and the Soviet Union. Manchester University Press. https://doi.org/10.7228/manchester/9780719097225.001.0001

Book Chapter

Shaping the Mass Mind: Frederick Kiesler and the Psychology of Selling

Haran, B. (2017). Shaping the Mass Mind: Frederick Kiesler and the Psychology of Selling. In Émigré Cultures in Design and Architecture, 63-76. Bloomsbury Publishing

Red Hashar: Louis Lozowick's Representations of the Sovietization of Central Asia

Haran, B. (2013). Red Hashar: Louis Lozowick’s Representations of the Sovietization of Central Asia. In Re-New Marxist Art History, 260-282

Magic Windows: Friedrich Kiesler and Department Store Constructivism

Haran, B. (2013). Magic Windows: Friedrich Kiesler and Department Store Constructivism. In Sculpture and the Vitrine, 69-94

Journal Article

Tractor factory facts: Margaret Bourke-White's Eyes on Russia and the romance of industry in the Five-Year Plan

Haran, B. (2015). Tractor factory facts: Margaret Bourke-White's Eyes on Russia and the romance of industry in the Five-Year Plan. Oxford Art Journal, 38(1), 73-93. https://doi.org/10.1093/oxartj/kcu032