Tim Asch

Timothy Asch (July 16, 1932 – October 3, 1994) was a noted anthropologist, photographer, and ethnographic filmmaker. Along with John Marshall and Robert Gardner, Asch played an important role in the development of visual anthropology. He is particularly known for his film ''The Ax Fight'' and his role with the USC Center for Visual Anthropology. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Asch, Timothy
Published 1968
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by Asch, Timothy
Published 2007
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by Asch, Timothy
Published 1990
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by Asch, Timothy
Published 1974
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by Asch, Timothy
Published 2004
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by Asch, Timothy
Published 2004
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by Asch, Timothy
Published 2007
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by Asch, Timothy
Published 1968
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by Asch, Timothy
Published 1968
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by Asch, Timothy
Published 1968
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by Asch, Timothy
Published 1968
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by Asch, Timothy
Published 1968
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by Asch, Timothy
Published 1974
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by Asch, Timothy
Published 2004
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by Asch, Timothy
Published 1995
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by Asch, Timothy
Published 1974
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by Asch, Timothy
Published 1975
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by Asch, Timothy
Published 2009
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