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

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

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

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

Co-chair & Respondents:

Wilton Martínez (Center for Visual Anthropology of Peru) 

Jenny Chio (University of Southern California)

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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