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Articles tagged with: video

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.

30
October
2013

The Minstrel

Luana Kaderabek

The Minstrel

This documentary has been created as part of the Digital Anthropology (MSc) program at UCL and has been nominated one of the three best films in the autumn/winter class in 2012.

24
August
2013

Making the unfamiliar personal: Arts-based ethnographies as public engaged ethnographies

Lydia Nakashima Degarrod

Making the unfamiliar personal: Arts-based ethnographies as public engaged ethnographies

Qualitative Research August 2013 vol. 13 no. 4 402-413

24
August
2013

Geographies of the Imagination: An Ethnographic Installation of Memories of Exile, Nostalgia and Migration

Lydia Nakashima Degarrod

Geographies of the Imagination:  An Ethnographic Installation of Memories of Exile, Nostalgia and Migration

A collaborative multimedia installation of videos and monoprints evoking memories and reflection of exile of a group of nine Chilean exiles in the San Francisco Bay Area. This multimedia installation will be shown at the Valene Smith Museum of Anthropology from August 29- September 25, 2013.  The opening reception is on August 28, 5-6:30 pm.

15
August
2013

The Handbook of Participatory Video

E-J Milne, Claudia Mitchell and Naydene de Lange

The Handbook of Participatory Video

Participatory video is a growing area of research and an increasingly popular tool among researchers and NGOs working with communities around the world. The Handbook of Participatory Video advances the field, engaging critically with it as a research methodology and method and interrogating assumptions about its emancipatory nature and potential for social change.

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