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Julia Winckler
University of Brighton
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Our project bridges the field of social work with the field of photography and archival scholarship and our interdisciplinary research team includes scholars from within social sciences and visual studies. We explore connected, transnational histories through a cultural framework and try to reconcile different viewpoints by working across historical spaces. In this paper, we focused on a single British case study, the Carlton Hill collection in Brighton that documented the area prior to it being...
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Revised and updated German translation of original Regards Croises essay (first published in Journeys) - with a new epilogue, based on research carried out in 2013/14 on James Henry Dorugu's seven year stay in Gillingham, Kent wtih the German linguist Schon.
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Introduction to book Tarihin Dorugu wadda ya fada da kansa, Histoire de Dorougou, racontee par lui-meme. French/Hausa publication by Editions Albasa, Niamey 2015 This book, financed with the support of the German Embassy in Niamey, the Heinrich Barth Society, Cologne and Restcent Initiative, Bremen represents the first African/French translation of Dorugu's travel account (originally published in English). I was invited to write the introduction for this book by Mate Ni Kane/Albasa. Dorugu was t...
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An exhibition of photographs taken in the 1930s, originally commissioned by the public health department for site mapping purposes of the Carlton Hill area. Frequently these images inadvertently captured children at work and at play. At the end of 2015, the University of Brighton Circus Street building, which had been home to the BA Photography course for 23 years, was to be demolished. When first built, this was one of three local schools for the Carlton HIll community. At the time of the exhib...
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