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Renu Junjarwad

Renu Junjarwad

IVSA Graduate Student Board Member

I am a Ph.D. student in the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts at Arizona State University. I am pursuing an interdisciplinary Doctorate in Design and Social Science. Prior to perusing my PhD, I received a Masters of Design in New Product Innovation – Industrial Design – from Arizona State University and a Masters in Industrial Design from SPA in New Delhi, India. 

Arizona State University, Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts

International Visual Sociology Association

Rochelle Woodley-Baker

Rochelle Woodley-Baker

IVSA Board Member

I have been an active member of the IVSA since 2007 and an Executive Board member since 2008. In this time, I have developed an appreciation of the IVSA's history and capacity to support scholarship amongst a broad range of members. I joined the University of South Australia in 2002, holding research and teaching positions in the schools of Education and Natural and Built Environments. 

International Visual Sociology Association

Roderick Coover

Roderick Coover

IVSA Board Member

Questions of how to bridge documentary art practice and visual research drive my works as they do for many who participate in IVSA's activities. For me, computing and visualization technologies are reshaping the practices and discourse around them, and I have been exploring the changes through digital works such as Cultures in Webs, Verite to Virtual: Conversations on the Frontier of Film and Anthropology (Documentary Educational Resources) and Unknown Territories as well as through publications, such as the book Switching Codes: Thinking Through Digital Technologies In the Humanities And Arts. (Chicago).

International Visual Sociology Association

Temple University Department of Film and Media Arts

Roman R. Williams

Roman R. Williams

Assistant Professor of Sociology

I consider myself a visual sociologist of religion—a sociologist of religion who has taken the visual turn.