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Articles tagged with: teaching

04
June
2014

Hear Every Voice

Stephen Ogumah

Visual Sociology Class in Action

Hear Every Voice: NYC and the National Park Service, documentary by Stephen Ogumah was created in summer of 2009. This film documents a civic engagement project produced in partnership with Brooklyn College of the City University of New York and Gateway National Recreation Area, a unit of the National Park Service.

28
October
2013

Teaching Urban Documentaries, Part II

Jerome Krase

Teaching Urban Documentaries, Part II

In Part I, I discussed documentary pedagogy and Richard Broadman’s Brownsville Black and White (2000) and offered that we consider the strengths and weaknesses of the medium and individual products. This part concerns Bullfrog Films four-part environmental series Edens Lost and Found, Biophilic Design, and I.M. PEI: Building China Modern.

27
October
2013

Teaching Urban Documentaries, Part I

Jerome Krase

Teaching Urban Documentaries, Part I

This is the first of a two-part, auto-ethnography about teaching and learning with documentaries. Given the increasing substitution of video screens for flesh and blood professors it is critical to think about both the contexts as well as the contents of these pedagogic practices.

13
July
2013

Becoming a Visual Sociologist

John Grady

Becoming a Visual Sociologist

Here is an article I wrote and posted for Wheaton College's Sociology Department:

The classroom is remarably suited to a step by step introduction of visual materials into the curriculum. Properly managed this process can also function as an exhilarating apprenticeship in learning how to make images competently, interpret them responsibly, and display them effectively, resulting in a more robust sociology...

Read the complete article at: http://wheatoncollege.edu/faculty/files/2012/06/VISUAL_SOCIOLOGIST.pdf