Convenors: Henrike Neuhaus (Goldsmiths University of London), Yanina Carpentieri
Short abstract: This roundtable reflects how to balance academic theory-building and social engagement by discussing audio-visual projects that have been produced in contexts of participatory video-making.
Participatory video done remotely using smartphones: reflections from women participants in Medellin
Authors: Sonja Marzi (London School of Economics and Political Science), Michele De Laurentiis (Spectacle), Maria Fernanda Carrillo Sanchez (Universidad Autónoma de la Ciudad de México)
‘Seeing power’, co-creation and intersectionality in Ilizwi Lenyaniso Lomhlaba films
Authors: Aylwyn Walsh (University of Leeds), Scott Burnett (University of Gothenburg)
Storying activisms: Critical reflections on intergenerational activist digital storytelling in Nogojiwanong (Peterborough, Ontario)
Author: Melissa Baldwin (Trent University)
Youth engagement in research on sexual and reproductive health in North-Ethiopia
Author: Thera Mjaaland (Former University of Bergen)
A look into the meaning of work for children and adolescents in urban Bolivia. An audio-visual ethnography
Author: Léa Klaue (University of Bern)
Ethnographic Archives of the Hupd’äh of the Northwest of the Amazon and Anthropological Film Process
Authors: Mina Rad (World Cultural Diversity), Renato Athias (Federal University of Pernambuco (Brazil))
Find the papers’ abstracts here.
A live discussion with the contributors will take place on Zoom 19-28 March. Please check the full schedule of live events and links to join here.