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Taous R Dahmani 'A typology for 'Direct Action Photography': 5 Acts merging political activism's lexicon and photography's vocabulary (1958-1989 / UK)'

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Taous R Dahmani is a writer and curator, and a PhD researcher in the History of Art Department at Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, doing a PhD dissertation in history of photography under the supervision of Prof. Michel Poivert, entitled: «“Direct Action Photography”: a photographic study of racialised minorities’ struggles for rights and freedom in London between 1958 and 1988». Her research focuses on the photographic representation of struggles and the struggle for photographic representations. Her writings and her interventions always tackle politics and its relation to the photographic medium.
She has published on scientific magazines such as Image & Narrative and PhotoResearcher, and for news magazines like 1000 Words. H

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