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Jerome Crowder

Visual Ethnographer

I am a professor at the Institute for Medical Humanities and teach a number of courses on things visual, including research methods and ethnographic film.

Jerome Krase

Jerome Krase

IVSA Board Member

Although I am probably much better known as a Sociologist who studies Urban Neighborhoods and much more likely to define myself as an Activist or Public Scholar, almost all of my work has been "visual" in one way or another.  I came to my first International Visual Sociology Association meeting  in 1997 at the suggestion of a member of  the American Sociological Association Urban Community Section who thought what I did was "Visual Sociology." 

Brooklyn College CUNY, Department of Sociology

International Visual Sociology Association

Joanne Littlefield

Joanne Littlefield

IVSA Board Member

I love the debate that ensues when someone tells me, ‘you can’t read a photograph’. Knowing that the body of research continues to grow among visualistas considering the various aspects of all things visual heartens me and gives me backing for my debates. 

Colorado State University Extension

International Visual Sociology Association

John Grady

John Grady

I teach sociology at Wheaton College (MA) and have made documentary films. My major concern in visual sociology is to identify those methods and techniques that strengthen sociology's commitment to accounting for patterns in the social history of "how people do things together."

Jonathan S. Marion

Jonathan S. Marion

Assistant Professor or Anthropology

I am a visual scholar and researcher, with deep interest in the interrelationships between performance, embodiment, gender, and identity, as well as visual ethics, theory, and method in social research.

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