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So the question for our panel is, what makes Santorum’s sweater such a icon?
We’ll be looking into Tunbjork’s wonderful pic with an expert cast of photographers, visual academics and political analysts as part of Sunday’s BagNews “Campaign Mania” Salon. It’s 9 photos in 90 minutes. Hope you can join us!
Date: Sunday, January 29th
Time: 10 am PST/ 1 pm EST / 6pm London (running for 90 minutes)
Location: Online Webinar - http://bit.ly/BagNewsSalon (Best to sign in 10 minutes early. Not accessible on Chrome Browser)
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Host: Michael Shaw, Publisher, BagNewsNotes
Moderator: Cara Finnegan, Professor of Communication – U. of Illinois, Co-editor: Visual Rhetoric: a reader in communication and American culture
Discussants: Nina Berman – Documentary Photographer, NOOR, and Contributor – BagNewsOriginals
Janis Edwards – Associate Professor, Communication Studies, University of Alabama
Justin Elliott – Reporter, Salon.com
Brendan Hoffman – Freelance Photographer; Co-Founder of Prime Collective; covering Campaign ‘12 for TIME and NY Times
Chip Somodevilla – Staff Photographer, Getty Images
Loret Steinberg – Professor of Photojournalism and Documentary Photography/R.I.T.
Salons are co-edited and produced by Ida C. Benedetto
The BagNewsSalon, a program of BagNewsNotes, brings together the world’s leading photojournalists, visual academics and other informed observers to understanding how the visual media frames the key social and political events of the day.
(Photo: Lars Tunbjork for TIME. Caption: A Stranger in a Strange Land: The Iowa Caucus)