Visible Evidence XXVI - Pedagogy & Public Anthropology: Legacies of Marshall's and Asch's Ethnographic Films (Session 6.5)

Friday, July 26 at 9:00am to 10:45am

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School of Cinematic Arts - SCA (SCA), 209
900 West 34th Street, Los Angeles, CA 90089

Presenters:

Alice Apley (Documentary Educational Resources), Materiality and Metadata: Ethnographic Film Preservation and the Promise of New Life for Old Films

Jennifer Cool (University of Southern California), Teaching Anthropology with Ethnographic Film: A Thirty-Year View

Nancy Lutkehaus (University of Southern California), Cold-War Pedagogy: Man, A Course of Study (MACOS), Ethnographic Film, and Teaching American Kids Science

Discussants:

Jenny Chio (University of Southern California)

Wilton Martínez (Center for Visual Anthropology of Peru) 

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Visible Evidence, the international conference on documentary film and media, will convene for its 26th year at University of Southern California, July 24th-28th. VE XXVI will feature the history, theory, and practice of documentary and nonfiction cinema, television, video, audio recording, digital media, photography, and performance, in a wide range of panels, workshops, plenary sessions, screenings, and special events.

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VISIBLE EVIDENCE XXVI, July 24th - 28th

Explore the complete event schedule (Downloadable PDF) 

Event Type

Arts, Film Screening, Lecture / Talk / Workshop, Conference/Symposia

Audience

Students, Faculty/Staff, Alumni

Campus

University Park Campus

Tags

Anthropology, visual anthropology, visible evidence

Website

http://www.visibleevidence.org

Cost

Registration: Faculty/Staff ($250), Independent Filmmaker/Scholar ($200), Student ($140)

Department
Anthropology
Hashtag

#visibleevidence

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