Visible Evidence XXV


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Visible Evidence XXV

still from the program Kartemquin Films

Visible Evidence is a collection of scholars and practitioners engaged in research and debates on historical and contemporary documentary practice and nonfiction media culture.  Work presented at the annual conference focuses on the role of film, video, and other media as record, witness, and voice of social reality, exploring a wide range of cultural, political, social, historical, ethnographic, aesthetic, and pedagogical questions and perspectives from fields such as film studies, communication studies, anthropology, architecture, art history, ethnic studies, queer studies, history, journalism, law, medicine, political science, geography, sociology, urban studies, and gender studies.

Visit the Center for Documentary Research and Practice website for information on additional Visible Evidence XXV screenings taking place in the IU Libraries Moving Image Archive Screening Room in the Herman B Wells Library, as well as for all symposium details.

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