The research area members at the "International Visual Methods Conference" in Brighton

Panel “Political Storytelling: Analyzing Political Stories through Visual and Narrative Representations"

From the 16th to the 18th of September 2015, members represented the research group at the 4th International Visual Methods Conference in Brighton, Great Britain. In two panels and all together eight papers, representatives presented their approaches to the field of visual methods. 

Panel Political Storytelling: Analyzing Political Stories through Visual and Narrative Representations

Petra Bernhardt: Picturing Obama – The Visual Politics of Social Networking Sites

Karin Liebhart: The construction of the extremist Muslim in Europe and the United States

Dijana Matanovic: Visualizing Love for the People: The Image of the Parent Leader in North Korea

Panel “Picturing Biographies. Approaches to Analysing Personal Photography”

Roswitha Breckner: Visible Life Stories on Facebook? Biographical Implications of a New Form of Communication

Maria Pohn-Lauggas: Biographical processes in narration and private photographs

Maria Schreiber: Interface/Identities. Analysing pictorial practices in social media contexts

Other papers: 

Margarethe Szeless: “WAR OF PICTURES”. Press Photography in Austria 1945-1955

Johannes Marent: Depicted Istanbul. Landscapes of Belonging and Alienation

Further information on the conference can be found in the blogs of Maria Schreiber and Petra Bernhardt.