New Korean edition of ‘Photography: The Key Concepts’

book cover of Korean edition of 'Photography: The Key Concepts' by David Bate

A beautiful new Korean edition of David Bate, Photography: The Key Concepts has been published in Seoul, Korea. Providing a thorough and comprehensive introduction to the study of photography, Photography: The Key Concepts has been expanded and updated to cover more fully contemporary changes to photography. Photography is a part of everyday life; from news […]

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Around the World with 53 Contributors: The Routledge Companion to Global Photographies

Join us for a talk by Dr Lucy Soutter on her AHRC funded project The Global Photographies Network. Launched during the pandemic, The Global Photographies Network started out as a platform for photographers, scholars and educators to meet online to share work and ideas. Four years and an AHRC Networking Grant later, the Network has […]

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Shining Lights – Joy Gregory on Black Women Photographers in 1980s–90s Britain

Join Ingrid Pollard, Carole Wright, and Roshini Kempadoo for a panel discussion, chaired by Joy Gregory, as part of Photo London on Wednesday 15 May 2024. From Ingrid Pollard’s collages exploring the idealised male body to Carole Wright’s studies of community life in South London, the ground-breaking work made by black women photographers in the […]

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‘The Photographic Darkroom in the Northern Transatlantic World’ awarded Leverhulme Small Research Grant

Dr Sara Dominici (Senior Lecturer in Photographic History and Visual Culture) has been awarded a British Academy/Leverhulme Small Research Grant to support her research project on The Photographic Darkroom in the Northern Transatlantic World, 1850s-1910s. This project explores the development and use of the photographic darkroom in Britain and North America between the 1850s and 1910s. […]

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PhotoResearcher No.41–The Darkroom: Chemical, Cultural, Industrial

photograph of the cover for 'PhotoResearcher 41 - The Darkroom: Chemical, Cultural, Industrial

PhotoResearcher no. 41 – The Darkroom: Chemical, Cultural, Industrial is out now, guest edited by Dr Sara Dominici, scholar of photographic history and visual culture. “The Darkroom: Chemical, Cultural, Industrial is the first edited volume to explore the darkroom as a topic of analysis. Its aim is to examine the darkroom as a generative space, […]

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