Visuals in Protest, Terror, Conflict and War
Friday, 14 January 2022
Location: Volda University College, Norway
Erik Poppe, Norwegian photographer and Film Producer, Producer of the film Utøya 22. Juli
Anne Gjelsvik, Professor at Faculty of Art and Media Studies, NTNU, author of Cinema Between Media, and leader of the research project “Face of Terror: Understanding Terrorism from the Perspective of Critical Media Aesthetic”.)
Thomas Seltzer, Norwegian Musician, NRK Talk Show host and Program leader of the Television Documentary series UXA – Thomas Seltzer’s America – on NRK 2020.
Kathrin Fahlenbrack, Professor and director of the Institute for Media and Communication Studies, Hamburg University. Author of Audiovisual Metaphors. Embodied and Affective Aesthetics in Film and Television. Board member of the Society for the Cognitive Study of the Moving Image (SCSMI).
Hans Fredrik Dahl, Professor emeritus, Oslo University, Author of The History of the Norwegian Broadcasting (NRK) and the biography of Vidkun Quisling: Member of the Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters.
Bjørn Sørenssen, Professor emeritus, Norwegian University of Science and Technology – NTNU, Trondheim. His main research interest is in documentary film history and theory, general film and television history and the development of digital media. He has published books on documentary film and film history in Norwegian and extensively in international journals and anthologies.
Alessandra Luciano, Deputy director of the Centre National de l’audiovisuel (CNA) in Luxemburg, former lead film archivist and collection manager in the CNA moving image archive and Digital Curator with responsibilities for preservation and access strategies. She is a member of the EUscreen Foundation board.
Øivind Hanche, Film Librarian, The Norwegian National Library.
Jan Erik Holst, Former director of the Norwegian Film Institute, Oslo
Attending this conference is free, however registration is necessary. Pleas register here. Early career researchers or professionals attending this symposium are invited to take part in the annual IAMHIST master class on media and history, taking place at Volda University College, Norway, Thursday, 13 January 2022.