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March 01-04, 2018

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2018 SPE Annual Conference: Uncertain Times: Borders, Refuge, Community, Nationhood / Hosted by The University of the Arts

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Sandrine Arons

Sandrine
Arons

SPE Member since 2012
Member Chapter: Southeast

Sandrine Arons

SPE member since 2012
Le Chat Voit Tout

Sandrine Arons

SPE member since 2012
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Sandrine Arons

SPE member since 2012
This Way Out

Sandrine Arons

SPE member since 2012
Untitled

Sandrine Arons

SPE member since 2012
Nik la Bac
Archival Pigment Print

Sandrine Arons

SPE member since 2012
Casablanca Deconstructed

Sandrine Arons

SPE member since 2012
Untitled

Sandrine Arons

SPE member since 2012
Moroccan Mirage
Archival Pigment Print

Sandrine Arons

SPE member since 2012
Moroccan Mirage

Sandrine Arons

SPE member since 2012
Untitled

about

Sandrine is a French/American photographer currently residing in Altanta, Georgia. She moved back to the United States in 2009 from Paris, France where she was researching 20th century French writers for her dissertation on autobiography and personal writing. Before that she received an M.A. in Humanistic Psychology for which she studied Journal Writing and Self-Growth.

Her academic focus has been on identity, self-knowledge and self-understanding with a particular interest on identity fragmentation as regards gender and multiculturalism and how these issues are manifested and confronted in autobiography. Sandrine has continued this focus in her photographic work which now deals with many of the same issues but from a first-person perspective as opposed to a study of others.

Since moving back to Atlanta, she received an M.F.A. in Photography at Savannah College of Art and Design. She is currently teaching French at Perimeter College/Georgia State University.

http://www.sandrinearons.com

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