The Videographic Essay: Practice and Pedagogy

Susan Harewood

Susan Harewood is an Associate Professor at the University of Washington Bothell. Her research examines media and Caribbean popular culture as key sites at which the pursuit of justice is contested, constrained, and shaped. Her published work has appeared in a number of journals and edited collections and focuses on the roles that Caribbean popular music and popular culture play in facilitating and/or impeding community formation within the region. Since attending the 2018 workshop, she has been working with graduate students to create videographic essays and explore the workshop’s pedagogical call to “make first, think later.”

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