One of the 'Sillier' Reviews of the Season CAROLE NAGGAR and FRED RITCHIN, Carole Naggar is a writer, painter and curator of photography. She is the American editor of Camera International and a contributor to numerous photography publications. Her books include "A Dictionary of Photographers," "George Rodger in Africa" and "William Klein, Photographer etc." Fred Ritchin is the author of "In Our Own Image: The Coming Revolution in Photography" and the curator of "Contemporary Latin American Photographers," "An Uncertain Grace: The Photographs of Sebastiao Salgado" and "The Legacy of W. Eugene Smith." Both Naggar and Ritchin teach at New York University. and
Media Paint a Distorted Portrait of Black America DEWEY EDWARD CHESTER, Dewey Edward Chester, a Los Angeles screenwriting professor, has been certified by UCLA's Writers' Program, holds a literature degree from the University of Pittsburgh and has taught screen and novel writing at the college level. He also played football for Pitt and as a professional
Workstation Pinups May Be Sexual Harassment This week's experts are Ron Riggio, professor of industrial and organizational psychology at Cal State Fullerton, and Tom Mayes, professor of management at Cal State Fullerton.