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Sarah Elizabeth Lewis

The Arena of Suspension: Carrie Mae Weems, Bryan Stevenson, and the “Ground” in the Stand Your Ground Law Era

Sarah Elizabeth Lewis is an associate professor at Harvard University in the Department of History of Art and Architecture and the Department of African and African American Studies. She is

Nicholas Mirzoeff

An Antiracist Way of Seeing: Notting Hill and Critical Visuality

Nicholas Mirzoeff is Professor of Media, Culture, and Communication at New York University. He is a visual activist, working at the intersection of politics, race and global/visual culture. In 2020-21

Jennifer Raab

Photography and the Crimes of War

Jennifer Raab is an associate professor in the Department of the History of Art at Yale University and a faculty affiliate of the Program in the History of Science and

Karen Strassler

Beyond Atrocity: Reparation and the Mournful Image

Karen Strassler is Professor of Anthropology at CUNY’s Queens College and the Graduate Center. Her research interests include photography, visual and media culture, violence and historical memory.

Erina Duganne

There was no record of her smile: Muriel Hasbun’s X post facto

Erina Duganne is Associate Professor of Art History at Texas State University. Her research and teaching focus on intersections between aesthetic experiences and activist practices as well as race and

Kaja Silverman

Keith L. and Katherine Sachs Professor Emerita of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania

Kaja Silverman is the author of nine books: The Miracle of Analogy, or The History of Photography, Part 1 (2015); Flesh of My Flesh (2009); James Coleman (2002); World Spectators (2000); Speaking About Godard (with Harun Farocki, 1998); The Threshold

Nancy Davenport

Nancy Davenport’s work has been exhibited at a variety of venues including the Metropolitan Museum of Art in NY, the Liverpool Biennial, the Istanbul Biennial, the Sao Paulo Biennial, the