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Wendel White

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Intestine, male, African descent, 1849 cholera. Mütter Museum of the College of Physicians Philadelphia
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Lisa McCarty

SPE member since 2011
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Emily Hanako Momohara

SPE member since 2004
Stray Bees
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Jacinda Russell

SPE member since 2005
Room 121, Ball State University
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Julia Bradshaw

SPE member since 2005
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13:1 February 1975

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13:1 February 1975

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Join SVA's MFA Photography, Video and Related Media program to discover a unique opportunity to speak one-on-one with our department chair, Charles Traub, and distinguished alumni who will share their experiences in our program. At this information session, you will be able to schedule a personalized meeting with one of our staff members for a portfolio review, followed by a group Q+A session.

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Join SVA's MFA Photography, Video and Related Media program to discover a unique opportunity to speak one-on-one with our department chair, Charles Traub, and distinguished alumni who will share their experiences in our program. At this information session, you will be able to schedule a personalized meeting with one of...

Gazelle Samizay & Helena Zeweri: The Multiple Lives of the "Afghan Girl"

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In 1985, National Geographic published an image of a young girl on its cover. With piercing green eyes and a loosely wrapped burgundy veil, the "Afghan girl," as she came to be known, riveted magazine readers.Since its publication, the legacies of this image have been profound. This presentation uses Steve McCurry's famous photograph as a jumping-off point for looking at how photographs of Afghans have been mobilized to tell racialized narratives toward militarized humanitarian projects.

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