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A Closer Look at Your Class Reading List

Posted on 09/25/20 by SPE Board of Director in Board Member Posts

In 2001, rare book dealer Andrew Roth published The Book of 101 Books. He admitted that his selection was based on his experience and knowledge, and what he defined as "just the great ones" arranged chronologically.... read more

Discrimination and Harassment: A Few Online Resources

Posted on 09/03/20 by SPE Board of Director in Board Member Posts

Discrimination and Harassment: A Few Online Resources   With the start of the fall semester at colleges and universities comes mandatory online discrimination and sexual misconduct training for employees. It is standard practice for the higher education... read more

SPE is Resurrecting the Blog

Posted on 08/11/20 by SPE Board of Director in Board Member Posts

In time for the return to school, and under COVID-19 conditions, SPE is resurrecting this blog. Each of us has unique teaching conditions and challenges that we face. We want to reactivate this blog as... read more

We Stand in Solidarity with Black Lives Matter

Posted on 08/03/20 by National in Board Member Posts

The Society for Photographic Education (SPE) is an organization led by members elected through a nomination and voting process that is dedicated to teaching and learning the visual narrative. One of the goals of the Society is... read more

New Board Member Aspen Hochhalter Reflects on SPE's 2016 National Conference

Posted on 04/04/16 by Aspen in Board Member Posts

Three weeks ago, I attended my first SPE National Conference as a Board member. It was a fascinating and inspiring week. I witnessed a Board full of dedicated individuals envisioning a bright future for SPE,... read more

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