Carole Glauber is a photographer and photo historian. Her photographs have appeared in group and solo exhibitions worldwide, and she has received numerous honors for her photography and photographic research. These honors include the International Photography Award, Julia Margaret Cameron Award, the Tokyo International Foto Award, Head on Photo Festival, PX3 Prix de la Photographie, and the Pollux Award for her photographs as well as the Peter E. Palmquist Historical Photographic Research Fellowship, the Winterthur Museum Fellowship, an Oregon Humanities Research Fellowship, and a National Coalition of Independent Scholars Grant for her photographic research. Glauber is the author of two books:  Witch of Kodakery: The Photography of Myra Albert Wiggins 1869-1956, (Washington State University Press,1997) and her new photobook, Personal History, a series photographs she made of her sons over 30 years with a Kodak Brownie Hawkeye Camera, has received a silver medal from the PX3 Prix de la Photographie Paris and gold and bronze medals from the Moscow, Budapest and Tokyo International Foto Awards. She has lectured and written about photography, and her essays have been published in the Photo Review, the Oregon Historical Quarterly, and the Cambridge Dictionary of Judaism and Jewish Culture.


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