Arabella Goddard, pianist, by T. R. Williams, c.1857. Stereo daguerreotype. Brian May Collection.

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Early bird submission deadline: january 29, 2018

Early Bird Deadline Extended!

The organizing committee informs that S&I Media 2018 early bird deadline has been extended to Monday 29th January 2018!

 

Sabine Breitsameter confirmed as keynote speaker for S&I Media’18

The organising committee is pleased to announce that Sabine Breitsameter, sound media researcher from Darmstadt University, has been confirmed as a keynote speaker for S&I Media’18.

Sabine Breitsameter teaches and researches sound and media culture at the Darmstadt University of Applied Sciences, where she has been a professor since 2006. She is the founder and the director of the International Media Cultural Work MA program there, and the head of the Soundscape- & Environmental Media Lab, a place for experimenting with 3D Audio and Fulldome Media.

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Michael Pritchard confirmed as keynote speaker for S&I Media’18

 

We are pleased to announce that Michael Pritchard, photographic historian and Chief Executive of the Royal Photographic Society, will join us in Lisbon next June as a keynote speaker in our conference!

Michael Pritchard joined the Royal Photographic Society as Chief Executive in 2011. He has lectured and broadcast internationally on many different aspects of photographic history and has authored a number of books on the history of the camera and photography, most recently A history of photography in 50 Cameras (Bloomsbury 2015).  He runs the British Photographic History blog (www.britishphotohistory.ning.com) in his spare time.

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Kim Timby confirmed as keynote speaker for S&I Media’18

 

 

We are pleased to announce that Kim Timby will join us in Lisbon next June as a keynote speaker in our conference!

Kim Timby is an independent photography historian based in Paris, where she teaches at the École du Louvre and works as a curator for a private collection specialized in nineteenth-century travel photography. She previously worked in museums, where she curated exhibitions including “Paris in 3D” (2000).

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Denis Pellerin confirmed as keynote speaker for S&I Media’18

The first of our keynotes has been confirmed: Denis Pellerin from London Stereoscopic Company will bring his extensive research and expertise on stereo photography with a talk about Antoine Claudet (1797-1867) and his pioneer practice of the daguerreotype and stereo photography in England.

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