IVSA Conference 2023
NAIROBI 27-29 June 2023
SEEING BEYOND DUALISMS: VISUAL SOCIOLOGY IN LOCAL AND GLOBAL CONTEXTS
MMU currently has six faculties and twelve departments, along with a well-equipped conference centre, lecture halls, and multimedia production and editing studios. These will be relatively unused during the days of the IVSA meeting owing to semester break. There are also a radio station, health club, and Post Office located within the University. The location is near Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, the primary entry point for international visitors, with direct flights from the U.S. and Europe.Nairobi housing options are diverse and most participants will be well-served by the numerous Airbnbs and hotels with rooms from $50 to $100 per night. Transportation by Uber and Bolt is effective and inexpensive, making central Nairobi a reasonable option as well. Arrangements can be made for those who would wish to tour the Country’s famous game reserves/national parks at a reasonable budget. The theme of the conference is quite broad: “Seeing Beyond Dualisms,” will be appropriate for a conference in Africa, and allow a wide variety of approaches, including participation by locals who are not typically able to attend a US. Please join us!
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Call for Papers
The 2023 International Visual Sociology Association Annual Conference invites abstracts for papers, films, photo essays, posters and workshops that promise to engage meaningful dialogue about the current status of visual sociology.
Registration Now Open
Registration for the IVSA 2023 conference is now open. To register you must be an IVSA member and logged into your account. To be included in the program, speakers must register in full by May 1 2023. All delegates must be IVSA members. Registration fee includes opening reception, lunches, coffee breaks, snacks, & conference material.