Brittni Howard is a qualitative researcher with experience in a variety of ethnographic and community-based participatory research methods. With a Master's in applied anthropology and as a current PhD candidate at Umass Amherst, Brittni engages participants in the Photovoice workshop on specific tools, ethical considerations, and the basic framework of the Photovoice method.
You will learn:
- The history and meaning of Photovoice.
- The prominent ethical dilemmas that commonly occur.
- The basic framework and tools used in a Photovoice project.
- An introduction to how you might use Photovoice for your own project.
The 90-minute workshop consists of:
- Live zoom meeting.
- 45 minute presentation from Brittni.
- 15 minute workshop experience/practice the method.
- 15 minute presentation and open discussion on our practice. 15 minute Q&A. ____________________
- 30 minutes (optional) insight into Brittni's Ghana Youth Group Photovoice Project funded by Fulbright 2017-18.
This introduction workshop is offered every month. More in depth workshops on various aspects of Photovoice projects are offered once a month in a progression from January to May; May to August; and September to December.
See schedule for details.
Discounts are provided:
- Buy any three workshops get any 4th workshop free.
- Group discounts (10% off for groups of 10 or more).
- If cost is a barrier to participating, please email us for our sliding fee scale option and scholarships provided by funds from our Patreon subscriptions.
Email admin@starserviceandstudyabroad for more information and any questions.