Lights, Camera, Activism Part II: Two Student Perspectives

In part II of this two-part blog, we present the perspectives of two University of Hartford students who took part in the honors seminar, “Lights, Camera, Activism,” taught by Mala Matacin, PhD and Professor of Psychology at U of H. A Remote Photovoice JourneyText and photos by Brooke WinterlichStudent at University of Hartford, West Hartford, […]

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Lights, Camera, Activism; Part I: Finding Connection Amidst the Pandemic

by Mala L. Matacin, Ph.D., University of Hartford, West Hartford, Conn., USA It is no accident that I am drawn to the photovoice methodology. Its theoretical underpinnings— community-based photography, feminist theory, and empowerment education—are also central to my pedagogical and research sensibilities. However, despite reading countless articles on photovoice, I still didn’t feel I fully […]

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