Dr. Christopher J. Lucas eared his Ph.D., from Ohio State University in Philosophy and Education. He is current a Professor of Higher Education and Educational Foundations at the University of Arkansas.
1990 0-88946-509-6 Documentary reportage that provides a masterful portrait of Indian life and civilization in the early 1900s. An invaluable reference for specialists in South Asian Studies, students of Indian art and culture, historians of photography, and museum archivists: a rare set of images taken in India in the summer of 1906 by one of the foremost photojournalists of the day. With accompanying descriptive text.
1990 0-88946-508-8 An invaluable reference for Sinologists, historians of photography, and museum archivists: a rare assortment of prints taken by an eye-witness observer to the Boxer Uprising in the summer of 1900, with accompanying text. In the photographs taken for this 1900 travelogue, Ricalton's photographic style is unmistakable, done with an eye for composition and detail that set his images far above the ordinary. His travelogue and photography are also important for their documentary reportage of a world long since obliterated. The Ricalton travelogue itself - CHINA THROUGH THE STEREOSCOPE - is divided into "A Journey Through the Dragon Empire at the Time of the Boxer Uprising" and "The Boxer Uprising: Journal to the Seat of War." With appendix, notes, and bibliography.