Tears of Stone: World War I Remembered
Photographs and text by Jane Alden Stevens
Introduction by Donovan Webster
Text in English, German and French
Hardcover and softcover, 128 pages, 40 tritone plates, 9 x 11.75"
Self published, 2004
Printed by Meridian Printing, E. Greenwich, RI
Design: Bill Buckett & Jennifer Wolfe, Rochester, NY
To order a copy: Photo-Eye Bookstore
This beautiful monograph uses pinhole and compound lens imagery to explore the commemoration of those who fell in World War I. From the introductory essay by Donovan Webster, the author of 'Aftermath: The Remnants of War': '...over a span of nearly two years, Jane Alden Stevens visited perhaps the 20th century's most haunted places: the European plains and hillsides where World War I's preponderance of battles were fought... The result is stunningly remarkable: personal yet universal, profoundly respectful but inherently pacifist... Stevens has managed to bring alive the spooky reverence of these battlegrounds.'
Edward S. Curtis's Tent: Cyanotype Work Area, Wyoming - circ. 1907
by Robert Off, in collaboration with Jane Alden Stevens
Hardcover, 124 pages
9" x 11"
Published by Robert Off, 2016
This book illustrates the collaborative process employed in the creation of a miniature roombox reproduction of the tent that Edward S. Curtis used when making cyanotype proof prints in the field in the late-19th and early-20th centuries.
Teaching Photography: Tools for the Imaging Educator, 2nd edition
by Glenn Rand, Jane Alden Stevens and Garin Horner
Softcover, 336 pages
Published by Focal Press, 2015
To order a copy: Routledge Publishing
The second edition of this title stresses the how and why of photographic education. It has been fully updated to include the online/hybrid classroom environment, collaborative learning, rubrics, and using digital technology, plus techniques for inspiring conversations and critiques.