What a visual geographer has learnt about photo ethics

Join us for a conversation with Prof Gillian Rose about the origins and criticisms of mainstream approaches to photo and visual ethics.

This event will encourage academics, practitioners and photographers to think more broadly about their ethical framework when using visuals or taking photographs.
Professor Gillian Rose is the Head of the School of Geography and the Environment at Oxford University. She is a world-renowned cultural geographer interested in visual research methods and visual ethics. Much of Gillian’s work draws on feminist theories of visualisation and the fourth edition of her book, Visual Methodologies, was published in 2016.

This event will be hosted on Zoom. We will send the log-in details ahead of the event to those that have signed up via Eventbrite.