Exploring photography in the history of the immigration to the USA
Internasjonal workshop på Sjøfartsmuseet i Bergen 6. mars 2018, åpen for alle interesserte.
Velkommen til workshop og konferanse om fotografi og migrasjon i USA!
|09:00–09:15||Introduction by Professor Sigrid Lien (UiB) and Dr. Justin Carville (IADT, Dublin).|
|09:15–10:00||Key note: Professor Carol Williams, Department of History, University of Lethbridge, Canada: "Indigenizing Settler-Immigrant Studies."|
|10:15–10:45||Dir. Bergen Maritime Museum, Dr. Per Kristian Sebak: On the use of photography in exploring Histories of Migration from Scandinavia and Russia.|
|11:15–11:45||Dr. Yara Gil-Glazer, Tel-Hai Academic College Israel: "We Weren't Jewish (We Were Concerned Photographers)": Second-Generation Jewish Migrants Document Black Lives in New York.|
|11:45–12:15||Associate Professor Maria Gloria de Sa and Librarian Archivist Sonia Pacheco, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, MA: Photography and Lusophony: Portuguese Immigrants in the U.S.|
|13:45–14:15||Dr. Orla Fitzpatrick, National Museum of Ireland: Exchanging images: Irish-American photographic albums in the early twentieth century.|
|14:15–14:45||Dr. Justin Carville, IADT, Dublin, Ireland: A Letter from Pat in America: Theorizing Photography and Irish Diaspora.|
|15:15–15:45||Archivist Roger Kvarsvik: Using photography to tell the story about the Norwegian Presence in the Hooverville "Desert Sur", Brooklyn, NY.|
|15:45–16:15||Professor Sigrid Lien: Pictures of Longing: Photography and the Norwegian History of Migration.|
|16:15–16:35||Professor Peter Larsen: Final remarks|
Organizers: The project “Photography as Contact Zones: Migration and Cultural Encounters in America”, managed by Dr. Justin Carville (Institute of Art, Design and Technology, Dún Laoghaire, Dublin, in collaboration with professor Sigrid Lien, University of Bergen, Norway – and Bergens Sjøfartsmuseum (Bergen Maritime Museum).