Dr. Sarah Elwood: Visual Poverty Politics
The Fall 2017 Atwood Lecture was delivered by Dr. Sarah Elwood. Sarah Elwood is a Professor of Geography at University of Washington and co-founder of the Relational Poverty Network with Victoria Lawson. Her research contributes to relational poverty, urban geography, visual politics/methods, and critical digital geographies. Current activities include collaborative research on middle class poverty politics in mixed-income neighborhoods in Buenos Aires and Seattle and on visual politics in poverty activism.
Clark University, "Dr. Sarah Elwood: Visual Poverty Politics" (2017). Clark University Event Archive. 272.