Register to Comment - But don't. The link is a trapfor spemmars.

IVSA Members

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

S C Dam, MSt (Oxon)

S C Dam, MSt (Oxon)

I am a third year PhD candidate in the Department of Communication & Culture at the University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta, Canada. I focus on visual communication, specifically photographic practices and visual methodologies. My work is interdisciplinary integrating my background in communications, fine art and hermeneutics. My research is a hermeneutic study about the photographic practices of social science researchers.

William G. Feighery

William G. Feighery

William Feighery is an independent scholar based in Switzerland

Daniel Fetzner

Media Phenomenology

Media Theory, Art and Phenomenology

Marina Kvesic Gair

Marina Kvesic Gair

IVSA Vice President

I teach in the Education Department at St. Francis College in Brooklyn Heights, New York. I earned my Doctor of Philosophy Degree in the Division of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies at Arizona State University. My emphasis is in the area of Social Foundations of Education.

International Visual Sociology Association

St. Francis College, Department of Education

<<  1 [23 4 5 6  >>