The future of Visual Anthropology in the wake of Black Lives Matter (2021)

  • Talks
  • 1h 44m

The future of Visual Anthropology in the wake of Black Lives Matter

Convenors: Judith Aston (University of the West of England), Shawn Sobers (University of the West of England)

Short abstract: This event hears from critical black and brown visual anthropologists on their approach to the discipline and crucially asks what are the key lessons from 2020 in the wake of the global Black Lives Matter protests, and Covid19’s impact on ethnic minority communities.

Roundtable participants:

  • Dr Deborah Thomas, University of Pennsylvania

  • Dr Sireita Mullings, University of Bedfordshire

  • Dr Shawn Sobers. University of the West of England

Find the long abstract here.

A live Q&A with the participants will take place on Zoom on Tuesday 23 March, 20:00 - 20:50 UTC. Find a link to join the live discussion here.

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Event sponsored by: Critical Race and Culture i-Docs UWE