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TJN Research Seminar: Visual Data and Research Ethics II
Jan
27
2012
January 27, 2012 2:00 PM
The Transitional Justice Network (TJN) invites you to the seventh in a series of research seminars at the Liu Institute focusing on research methods and ethics in settings of violence.
 

Critical Photo and Video Practices: Research Methods and Forms of Dissemination

With a BA in Communications, a Master's of Fine Arts in Documentary Media, and as a photographer and installation artist, visual documentation has always been central to Lara Rosenoff Gauvin's research practice- in her methodologies, and forms of dissemination of her work, but also as central ethical dilemmas to the representational aspects of all forms of research. In this workshop she will share some of the questions/dilemmas that she has encountered over the years, and will then workshop with the group participants' questions regarding photography and video in their own work. Lara hopes that this dialogue will be useful to anyone who struggles to incorporate photography and video into a critical research practice. Please bring specific questions for the dialogue!
 
Lara Rosenoff is an artist, curator, and PhD candidate in Anthropology at the University of
 British Columbia. Her dissertation project examines disruptions and resumptions of intergenerational knowledge exchange in areas of long-term conflict to better understand localized processes of social repair.  Lara has collaborated on numerous projects in and about Northern Uganda as artist, activist and lecturer since 2004.

 
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Liu Institute for Global Issues, Case Room
January 2012
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