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Ethics and Aesthetics of Epidemiological Photography

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Despite recent developments in the historical and anthropological study of medical photography, the photographic depiction of epidemics remains a largely unexplored area in the humanities and the social sciences.

This one day conference seeks to bring photographers with experience in covering infectious disease outbreaks together with medical historians, anthropologists and public health experts in order to engage in a dialogue regarding the past, present and future of epidemiological photography.

Keynote speaker: Ari Larissa Heinrich (UC San Diego)

This talk is part of the CRASSH series.

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