John L . Jackson, Jr. - Department of Anthropology Annual Lecture 2020

Department of Anthropology Annual Lecture 2020

What a Difference Filmmaking Makes
Autoethnography, Multimodality
and the Future of Scholarship

John L . Jackson, Jr.

Richard Perry University Professor
Walter H. Annenberg Dean
Annenberg School for Communication
University of Pennsylvania

Using my own journey as an ethnographic filmmaker to help ground its claims, this talk seeks to articulate the epistemological and ethical value of multimodal scholarship for anthropology and other disciplines/fields. With the work of scholars and media makers such as Roland Barthes, Carolyn Rouse, Frederick
Wiseman, Faye Ginsburg, and Zora Neale Hurston providing some of the framework and conceptual scaffolding for the contention, I argue that multimodal scholarship is the future of us all.

Friday Oct. 9, 2020
11am-12:30pm

via Zoom Webinar
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