Gil Pasternak delivers the keynote lecture in a conference on photography and political violence at Saint Petersburg State University, Russia

On 6 December 2019 Gil Pasternak delivered the keynote talk at the conference Photography as a Tool of Representation of Political Violence in the 20th Century, which was organised by the Faculty of Liberal Arts and Sciences and the Gagarin Center for Human Rights and Civil Society at Saint Petersburg State University. Entitled “At HomeContinue reading “Gil Pasternak delivers the keynote lecture in a conference on photography and political violence at Saint Petersburg State University, Russia”

Gil Pasternak delivers a keynote lecture on photography in politics as part of the 5th international annual conference After Post-Photography at the European University in Saint Petersburg

On 24 May 2019 Gil Pasternak delivered a keynote lecture in the 5th international annual conference After Post-Photography, which was held at the European University in St Petersburg (23-25 May 2019). Entitled, “Photography in Politics: Remembering and Being Together, With Photographs”, Gil’s presentation explored how the absorption of photography into politics has aided in cementingContinue reading “Gil Pasternak delivers a keynote lecture on photography in politics as part of the 5th international annual conference After Post-Photography at the European University in Saint Petersburg”

Gil Pasternak gives a conference keynote talk on digital heritage in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict at the University of Sussex, UK

On 5 September 2018, Gil Pasternak was invited to deliver a keynote conference paper titled “Online Communities Offline: Digital Heritage in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict”, as part of the international, interdisciplinary symposium Commemoration, Memory, Archive: Investigating Commemorative and Memorial Uses of Personal, Non-Professional Images in the Digital Age in the Global South, which was organised atContinue reading “Gil Pasternak gives a conference keynote talk on digital heritage in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict at the University of Sussex, UK”