Online Photojournalism Course

Online Photojournalism Course

Many students in all over the world are interested in doing film and image courses. There is one course which is based on Film, images & historical interpretation in the 20th century for those who have a general interest in history that draws on photojournalism as primary evidence, and films based on historical events. University of London offers this course online.

Details of the course:

University of London is offering online course for the above course. Mainly This short history course is an introduction to use of images and other media as historical evidence in the twentieth century, issues of authenticity and manipulation, and the place of film and historical adoptions as public history.

Outline or summary of the course:

1: The Camera Never Lies - Introduction

2: Images and History in the Twentieth Century

3: The Air-Brushing of History: Stalin and Falsification

4: Photojournalism, Authenticity and Matters of Public Acceptability - The Battle of Mogadishu Week 5: The Power of the Image - Mount Suribachi, 1945

6: From Page to Screen - Film as Public History

Duration: 6 weeks Timings: 5 to 10 hours of work / week.

The Camera Never Lies

The Camera Never Lies is the introduction of the course .Film, images & historical interpretation in the 20th century for those who have a general interest in history that draws on photojournalism as primary evidence, and films based on historical events.

Watch Intro Video

About the Course

This short history course is an introduction to use of images and other media as historical evidence in the twentieth century, issues of authenticity and manipulation, and the place of film and historical adoptions as public history.

Particular Purpose of the course

For the students there is no prior knowledge or study of history is required.  Royal Holloway has a speciality in public history, including a dedicated MA in the subject.  Students are encouraged to explore the relationship between scholarly history and representations of historical events in the media, and this course follow this ethos.

Reading suggestion for the students:

for giving a  particular way to the course, participants may wish to consult:
Marien, M. W. Photography: A Cultural History, 4th Edn.  2016.
(The earlier editions – from 2002, 2006 and 20010 – can also be used.)

Format of the course:

The following main subjects which is covered by the course:

  • Images and History in the Twentieth Century
    Jacobson, C. (ed.) Underexposed: Pictures of the 20th Century They Didn't Want You to See. 2002
  • The Air-Brushing of History: Stalin and Falsification

    King, D. The Commissar Vanishes: The Falsification of Photographs and Art in Stalin’s Russia. 1997.
  • Photojournalism, Authenticity and Matters of Public Acceptability: The Battle of Mogadishu
    Bowden, M. Black Hawk Down.

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    Many students in all over the world are interested in doing film and image courses. There is one course which is based on Film, images & historical interpretation in the 20th century for those who have a general interest in history that draws on photojournalism as primary evidence, and films based on historical events. University of London offers this course online.

    Details of the course:

    University of London is offering online course for the above course. Mainly This short history course is an introduction to use of images and other media as historical evidence in the twentieth century, issues of authenticity and manipulation, and the place of film and historical adoptions as public history.

    Outline or summary of the course:

    1: The Camera Never Lies - Introduction

    2: Images and History in the Twentieth Century

    3: The Air-Brushing of History: Stalin and Falsification

    4: Photojournalism, Authenticity and Matters of Public Acceptability - The Battle of Mogadishu Week 5: The Power of the Image - Mount Suribachi, 1945

    6: From Page to Screen - Film as Public History

    Duration: 6 weeks Timings: 5 to 10 hours of work / week.

    The Camera Never Lies

    The Camera Never Lies is the introduction of the course .Film, images & historical interpretation in the 20th century for those who have a general interest in history that draws on photojournalism as primary evidence, and films based on historical events.

    Watch Intro Video

    About the Course

    This short history course is an introduction to use of images and other media as historical evidence in the twentieth century, issues of authenticity and manipulation, and the place of film and historical adoptions as public history.

    Particular Purpose of the course

    For the students there is no prior knowledge or study of history is required.  Royal Holloway has a speciality in public history, including a dedicated MA in the subject.  Students are encouraged to explore the relationship between scholarly history and representations of historical events in the media, and this course follow this ethos.

    Reading suggestion for the students:

    for giving a  particular way to the course, participants may wish to consult:
    Marien, M. W. Photography: A Cultural History, 4th Edn.  2016.
    (The earlier editions – from 2002, 2006 and 20010 – can also be used.)

    Format of the course:

    The following main subjects which is covered by the course:

    • Images and History in the Twentieth Century
      Jacobson, C. (ed.) Underexposed: Pictures of the 20th Century They Didn't Want You to See. 2002
    • The Air-Brushing of History: Stalin and Falsification

      King, D. The Commissar Vanishes: The Falsification of Photographs and Art in Stalin’s Russia. 1997.
    • Photojournalism, Authenticity and Matters of Public Acceptability: The Battle of Mogadishu
      Bowden, M. Black Hawk Down. 1999.
      Scott, R. (dir). Black Hawk Down. 2001.
    • The Power of the Image: Mount Suribachi, 1945
      Bradley, James and Ron Powers. Flags Of Our Fathers . 2006.
      Kakehashi, Kumiko. Letters From Iwo Jima. 2016.
    • From Page to Screen: Film as Public History

      Eastwood, C. (dir). Flags Of Our Fathers. 2006; and Letters From Iwo Jima. 2006.

      Unfortunately, the Jacobson and King have been out of print for a little while now; but we will try to introduce you to as much of the material as we can during the course.

    All the Course materials will be written up in the form of an introductory talk, followed by:

    • Reflective tasks
    • Video clips
    • Internet links to augment the seminar materials

    So all the information which is given above may help the students to find the course and do the course without any problem.

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