This is the latest in an annual series of lectures run by the Scottish Society for the History of Photography (SSHoP).
In this major lecture, Dr. Roberta McGrath will consider the importance of other histories – and theories – and what it means to look at a photograph.
Dr. McGrath is a leading authority on feminist visual representation and the way in which images are viewed and consumed. She attended Glasgow School of Art, and received her PhD from the University of Middlesex. She subsequently taught photographic theory and criticism in the University of Westminster and Edinburgh Napier University.
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