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Convenors: Lana Askari (University of Manchester), Paloma Yáñez Serrano (University of Manchester), Jose Luis Fajardo-Escoffie (University of Sheffield)
Short abstract: This panel seeks to explore workers’ resistance by discussing how audio-visual methods and representations seek to communicate their precarious experiences and protests. We welcome current and past reflections on worker’s rights and resistances, encouraging feminist and political ecological approaches.
Catalogers at Work: Sounding the Radical Catalog
Authors: Amanda Belantara (New York University), Emily Drabinski (The Graduate Center, CUNY)
Polyphony and co-authorship: documentaries and self-representation of the labor struggle in Spain
Authors: Mª Soliña Barreiro (Universidade de Santiago de Compostela), Elena Fraj Herranz (University of Barcelona), Aina Fernandez (Tecnocampus - UPF)
Affective maps in Eduardo Coutinho’s documentary Twenty Years Later
Author: Vitor Vilaverde (Ohio State University)
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