Séance 5 du séminaire ADET
This presentation will explore the role of visual communication and photojournalism in the printed work of the OSPAAAL. The goal is to find out how Cuba’s campaigns to promote a particular interpretation of the Cold War were coded into photographs and visual aspects of journalism. It is also interesting to see how depictions of solidarity activities were used to build confidence in Cuba’s position in international conflict.
This presentation is part of the research project “Photographing Revolution: Images of Cuban Solidarity in Transnational Contexts” hosts at the University of British Columbia (Canada) and coordinated by Jessica Stites Mor.
Intervention: Fernando Camacho Padilla, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
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Salle 6.040 du bâtiment recherche sud, 5 Cr des Humanités, 93300 Aubervilliers,