February 2011

CFP: Viewing and Reading the Photographs of The Family of Man

Viewing and Reading the Photographs of The Family of Man
Friday 17 June 2011, University of Durham, UK
As part of the activities associated with Ariella Azoulay’s tenure as a Leverhulme Visiting Professor in conjunction with Durham Centre for Advanced Photography Studies (DCAPS), we are planning to host an interdisciplinary 1-day workshop related to one of Ariella’s major new collaborative projects, ‘Viewing and Reading the Photographs of The Family of Man’. We invite… Read More

PHOTO-LEXIC: The Forensic Dimensions of Photography

A One Day Conference & MA Workshop
March 11 2011
Centre for Research Architecture, Goldsmiths, University of London
In collaboration with the Photo-Lexic, International Research Group, Minerva Humanities Center, Tel Aviv University.
In the past two decades, photography as a discourse has undergone a fundamental upheaval. The invention of digital photography has affected the quantity, accessibility and nature of its products. The keen interest it has raised among researchers… Read More

Draft Paper from Charlotte Mullins on early photographic travel albums

Out with the old, in with the new: the role of the photographic album in the visualization of modernity
Paper given at the Ph photography research group monthly seminar, 8 December 2010
This paper, for me, is an early attempt at articulating a new way of looking at a discrete body of nineteenth-century albums I have been researching at the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich. It is by no means conclusive, but I hope it can initiate a dialogue (both today and online) regarding… Read More

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