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CultureGrams Has National Geographic Photos!

CultureGrams is pleased to announce that we now include a selection of National Geographic photos in our photo galleries. These photos provide new perspectives on the countries and cultures of the world via some of the most talented photographers in the business. National Geographic, which is the official publication of the National Geographic Society, began as a scholarly journal when the first issue was published in 1888. But starting in the first decade of the 20th century, with the inclusion of full-page photographs for the first time, the magazine evolved to become a publication much more focused on visual content. And now National Geographic is widely recognized for its stunning photography of people and places around the world. So we are thrilled to include these images in our product. We started out by adding photos to about two dozen country collections in 2017, but we’ll be adding more photos each year. Check them out!

 

Japan Photo Gallery via CultureGrams

Ainu Woman via CultureGrams Photo Gallery

 

 

Kip Clark

Kip Clark is a Supervising Editor at CultureGrams. He has been with ProQuest for over 15 years. Prior to his employment with ProQuest, Kip worked as a writing and humanities instructor, editor, research assistant, furniture shipper, flower presser, and cookie maker. He has a BA and MA in English, with an emphasis on the literature of the American West. Kip has traveled throughout much of Western Europe, as well as to Kenya, Uganda, Canada, Israel, and Russia. His interests include cooking, reading, playing racquetball, and collecting spinning tops.

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