This is a documentary photograph. It captures an important-if also unpleasant-moment in German history.
This almost falls within the realm of propoganda. It combines text and image in ways that is meant to instill fear and judgement. It interpellates the viewer as either responsible and safe, or irresponsible and at risk.
This image is a photograph/fits within the genre of photography. I would have a hard time specifying it any further.
This image captures several spatial and temporal scales expanded upon in the image description, effectively showing arguing that Watts 1965 was not a singular event over the span of a few days, but rather what he calls a "toxic period." For those who are less familiar with the events described in the explanation that preceded the event more commonly understood as the beginning of the "race riot," it might be helpful to expand on how they are connected.
This is a collage of infographics designed by various institutions to disseminate information. One way we could build larger research question on this is perhaps to examine what kind of formal conventions or focuses on content within these images.
I would describe the dominat genre of this imge as lanscape. It would be interesting to provide a map of these sites to give a broader picture, and then these images serve as zooming in.
This is collage portrait of various artifacts geared towards women.
These images are a potrait that are also informative. It's not an inforgraphic, but they are meant to inform people.