The latest issue of the journal Visual Ethnography is published at Subscribe the journal at only 15 € (individual) or 150 € (institutional). Require the subscription to your institutional library and will receive a book as a gift. More info here. Call for articles always open. Tweet #visualanthropologyContinue Reading
Visual Ethnography Vol. 6, N. 1, June 2017 VISUAL ETHNOGRAPHY. TOOLS, ARCHIVES AND RESEARCH METHODS Issue edited by Camilo Leon-Quijano and Florencia Muñoz-Ebensperger Summary VISUAL ETHNOGRAPHY: TOOLS, ARCHIVES AND RESEARCH METHODS. INTRODUCTION Open access article. Register the journal to read it CAMILO LEON-QUIJANO FRAMING A STORY OF POSSIBILITIES: THE Continue Reading
Studies in Visual Communication 1974-1985 Studies in Visual Communication (SVC) grew out of the pioneer Studies in the Anthropology of Visual Communication (SAVICOMM) that was launched in 1974 under the auspices of the American Anthropological Association and edited by Sol Worth of the Annenberg School at Penn. The journal signaled a revival of scholarly work […]Continue Reading
Visual Ethnography Vol. 5, N. 2, 2016 Exploring Digital Ethnography through Embodied Perspective, Role-Playing and Community Participation and Design Issue edited by Natalie Underberg-Goode (University of Central Florida) SUMMARY ARTICLES Exploring Digital Ethnography through Embodied Perspective, Role-Playing and Community Participation and Design. Continue Reading
Visual Ethnography, Vol. 5, n. 1, 2016 Participatory Approaches to Visual Ethnography from the Digital to the Handmade Issue edited by Francesca Bayre, Krista Harper and Ana I. Afonso Summary FRANCESCA BAYRE, KRISTA HARPER, ANA ISABEL AFONSO PARTICIPATORY APPROACHES TO VISUAL ETHNOGRAPHY FROM THE DIGITAL TO THE HANDMADE. AN INTRODUCTION Open access > Continue Reading
VISUAL ETHNOGRAPHY vol. 4, n. 2 is available in printed and online version SUMMARY ARTICLES Bill Buse What Becomes A Bride The Most: The Yemenite Jewish Henna ABSTRACT The Yemenite Jewish henna bride is widely admired and envied in Israel. Her iconic image is reified and exhibited in shops, on billboards, and in museums […]Continue Reading
The new issue of VISUAL ETHNOGRAPHY is online at The journal is available also in printed version. Table of Contents ARTICLES Kathrin Oester, Bernadette Brunner Jean Rouch Back in School: Teaching and research as a parallel process through media projects with adolescents in Switzerland Diana M. Ruggiero Más allá del fútbol: Validating Afro-Latino Culture Continue Reading