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Convenors: Arjang Omrani (University Of Ghent), Kris Rutten (University of Ghent)
Short abstract: This panel tends to explore “the tensions between quality and equality”; the conundrum between the rights of authorship and the aesthetic choices in collaborative projects.
Lessons from surrendering authorship in collaborative film production in Mozambique: What I learned when I was ready to listen
Author: Karen Boswall (University of Sussex)
Trying to build a “family portrait”: collaborative filmmaking and ethnographic research in the TRANSGANG project
Author: Margot Mecca (Universitat Pompeu Fabra)
Collaborative visual anthropology – visual storytelling as strategy for peace in the Sahelian crisis?
Author: Trond Waage (UiTArcitic University of Norway)
Drags in da’ House. A collaborative ethnography of the Drag Queens of Sao Paulo
Author: Mihai Andrei Leaha (University of Sao Paulo), Paula Bessa Braz (University of São Paulo)
Equal voices, non-equal choices: collaboration between women of different ages in the rural areas of Poland
Authors: Weronika Plinska (Institute of Media Arts, Pedagogical University of Cracow), Angelika Cebula (Pedagogical University of Cracow)
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