On today’s episode of the FRAMES Photography Podcast W. Scott Olsen is talking to Lauren Walsh, who teaches at The New School and New York University, where she is the Director of the Gallatin Photojournalism Lab. She is also the Director of Lost Rolls America, a national archive of photography and memory.
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Lauren Walsh’s newest book is Through the Lens: The Pandemic and Black Lives Matter (2022). Her other books include Conversations on Conflict Photography (2019) and Shadow of Memory (2021, co-author); and she is co-editor of The Future of Text and Image: Collected Essays on Literary and Visual Conjunctures (2012) and The Millennium Villages Project (2016), and photo editor of Macondo: Memories of the Colombian Conflict (2017). She has published widely in mainstream and academic journals and anthologies. In addition to her appearances on CNN and BBC, Walsh has appeared as an expert on photography in radio programs, podcasts, and documentary films.
She is the co-director of Biography of a Photo, an in-progress documentary about two iconic photographs of conflict, and she gives lectures and leads photography workshops globally.
She is interested in the politics and ethics of photography. She focuses particularly on photojournalism, with a specialty in conflict photography and peace journalism. She was awarded the Excellence in Teaching Award from NYU.
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