The webinars organized by the FCT Photo Impulse research project continue, this time with Professor Elizabeth Edwards, the project’s scientific consultant, who on November 10, at 2:30 pm, will talk about “How should photographs be? Some thoughts on categories, assumptions and theories”.
Her communication explores the relationships and intersections between the writing of history, especially colonial history, and the more general field of photographic studies, paying attention to the principles and concepts underlying both activities. Professor Elizabeth Edwards is Professor Emeritus in Photographic Studies at Monfort University in Leicester, UK, in addition to other distinctions.
Besides involving all project consultants, this series also invited researchers from projects similar to Photo Impulse, such as the project “[Re]Entaglements: Colonial collections in decolonial times” led by researcher Paul Basu, on 24 November, and the project ECHOES, presented by researcher Lorena Sancho Querol, from the University of Coimbra, on December 7th. Always at 2:30 pm, on the link below.
More information about the complete program on the project’s website, here: https://www.photoimpulse.fcsh.unl.pt/pt/inicio/