On the Intersection of Politics and Visual Culture
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In this episode, we hear from Sara Creta, visual journalist and research fellow at the Institute of Future Media and Journalism at Dublin City University and Nicholas Mirzoeff who is a writer, visual activist and Professor of Media, Culture and Communication at NYU, working at the intersection of politics, race and global/visual culture, about why visibility matters and how the images influence the conflict.  This podcast was produced by Sowt Podcasting for International Media Support (IMS) in cooperation with the University of Copenhagen. Sowt on Social Media: Twitter:  twitter.com/sowt Instagram: instagram.com/sowtpodcasts Facebook: facebook.com/SowtPodcasts Join Sowt Plus: sowt.com/plus  
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