This intensive several-day course introduces students to the emerging possibilities available in visual methods for interdisciplinary research and for the public communication of academic research. The course will offer students the opportunity to learn the background and theory of visual methods (both traditional and evolving forms, such as immersive 360 film), how they can be applied in research, and explore their potential for both academic and public communication. It will pay particular attention to the natural environment, and will consist of a series of lectures and workshops from scholars working across visual anthropology, environmental geography and film studies. The course will be offered in Autumn, 2019. Further details will be announced in late Spring, 2019.
Last updated: 8.5.2019