This series looks at the social and psychological impact of taking photographs and draws on recent approaches to explore the wide-ranging changes in perception brought about by the technology since its invention in 1839.
Lecture 1: Introduction: Photography and its Histories
Please note at the 53 minute mark the camera on the speaker cuts out due to technical difficulties experienced at the time of the lecture. The slides continue to be visible and the speaker can can continue to be heard through slightly quieter audio.
Lecture 2: Photography and the Modern Self
Lecture 3: Making and Art of Photography
Please note the fifth lecture of this series will not be recorded.