TED and Joe: How Images Shape Our Understanding of Justice
July 11, 2021 @ 9:30 AM – 11:30 AM
In-person discussions begin at 9:30. You will be receiving the video links to the TED talks during the week before the meeting. Bring a chair and beverage of your choice for stimulating discussions in the gardens of these hosts and hostesses.
Garden of Libby Fantl
How Images Shape Our Understanding of Justice
Sarah Lewis, 2017, 16:50
How do images alter our sense of justice? Social media has changed how we ingest images. Protests, state violence, natural disasters, grief and loss are all played out in photos and videos in real time unlike anything we thought possible just a few decades ago. How images contribute to our notion of citizenship – of who belongs – in this moment in American society is more pressing than ever. This talk makes a case for why images are playing an increasingly crucial role in justice in contemporary life. Sarah Lewis is an Assistant Professor of History of Art and Architecture and African and African American Studies at Harvard University.