Schedule [ethics in photography]


Friday, March 19

7:00pm
Richard White Lecture Hall

Screening of Stranger with a Camera

Producer and Director: Elizabeth Barret (Appalshop, 58 minutes, 2000)
Recommended viewing; it raises many of the questions that the panel will pursue. The director Elizabeth Barret will be on the Saturday morning panel.


Saturday, March 20

9:30am—Noon
Richard White Lecture Hall

Morning Panel

Free and open to the general public

Elizabeth Barret, Documentary Filmmaker, Appalshop, Whitesburg, Kentucky
Corinne Dufka, Senior Researcher, Africa Division, Human Rights Watch and former Photojournalist, Reuters
Wendy Ewald, Senior Associate in Research, Center for Documentary Studies and Duke University Center for International Studies and Visiting Artist, Amherst College
Bonnie Jo Mount, Senior Photography Editor, The Washington Post
Gilles Peress, Professor of Human Rights and Photography, Bard College
Moderator: Thomas Keenan, Associate Professor of Comparative Literature and Director, Human Rights Project, Bard College
Noon-1:30pm
Richard White Lecture Hall

Lunch

Registration Required

1:30-3:30 pm
Richard White Lecture Hall

Breakout Panels

Registration Required

Participants must be pre-registered. Limited to college and university students.
While the morning program is free and open to the general community, lunch and the afternoon breakout sessions are limited to college students from Duke and other area colleges and universities.