A talk by Drew Thompson, Assistant Professor of Africana and Historical Studies at Bard College.
Thompson is the author of "Photography’s Bureaucracy: Constructing Colony and Nation in Mozambique, 1960 to Recent Times" (In Progress). He researches and teaches on colonial and contemporary Sub-Saharan
African history with topical focus on liberation movements, technology, and methods of visual history and postcolonial theory.
* The event is cohosted by the Media and Culture Concentration in
GPIA, Project Africa and Africa @ The New School.
Thompson has asked that seminar participants read a series of
background articles. Please contact Ana Paula Barreto
(firstname.lastname@example.org), Media and Culture Concentration assistant to access the readings. The event is part of a graduate seminar on "Media, Social Movements and Political Ideas."