Faculty of Education

Video as Method

Summary

A presentation by visiting scholar Associate Professor Anne Harris

Start Date

19th Sep 2017 1:00pm

End Date

19th Sep 2017 4:00pm

Venue

  • Hytten Hall SB.AW31.L03.325
  • Newnham NH. BF24.l01.221C
  • Cradle Coast MR.AK07.L01.159

RSVP / Contact Information

Monday 18th September 2017
Education.Programs@utas.edu.au
Please advise on which campus you will attend this session. NUMBERS ARE LIMITED

Since my video-based doctoral study (2007-2010) which used ethnocinema as a collaborative, intercultural methodology for working creatively, I have drawn on a range of video-informed methods that hold aesthetics and collaboration at their core. As video and other digital technologies have grown in popularity across all academic fields, I have continued to track how the medium of video continues to evolve the ‘message’ of scholarly research and research for social change. In my 2016 publication Video as Method (Oxford University Press), I critically examine contemporary video researchers and the diverse and rapidly evolving ways in which video is changing the research landscape, including moves into post-representational and post-visual cultures. Through my current book project Visual Methods (also OUP, 2017), I continue to engage with a range of diverse global methods and theoretics around video and its impact on research as relationship, and digital visual methods as more than representational.

Associate Professor Anne Harris

Anne Harris is an Australian Research Council Future Fellow (2017-2021) exploring creativity in Australasia, and a Principal Research Fellow at RMIT University (Melbourne, Australia). She is a native New Yorker and has worked professionally as a playwright, teacher, dramaturg and journalist in the USA and Australia. She researches in the areas of creativity and the arts, performance, digital media and social change. Anne is the editor and creator of the book series Creativity, Education and the Arts (Palgrave Macmillan), the ABER co-editor of the Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, on the editorial board of several journals, and the following book series: Teaching Writing (Sense), Gender and Education (Palgrave Macmillan), and Studies in Arts-Based Educational Research Book Series (Springer). She has published over 60 articles and 10 books on the arts and creativity, gender/sexuality and cultural diversity; her latest is Creativity, Religion and Youth Cultures (2016, Routledge). She is also a professional playwright, musician and spoken word performer, and enjoys performing research of all kinds.