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PSYCH 3360 FINAL PROJECT: THE PERSONAL IS POLTICAL PHOTO ESSAY

ENOUGH CHATTING, ANGELICA – WHAT ARE THE INSTRUCTIONS!?

undefinedFor this assignment, you will create a personal is political themed photo essay. You will present 5 photos with captions and brief descriptions that tell a story about a particular class idea or concept. Your photos must address how the intersectional power structure of gender is reflected in individual lives, such as your own, although it does not have to be your own.

undefinedMore specifically, a photo essay is a set of photographs selected to tell a story and/or make the viewer feel certain emotions. This photo essay takes the same story telling techniques as a normal essay, translated into visual images. Think of this assignment as a visual essay about the psychology of gender. Tell a visual story about something we have learned in the class.

undefinedPhoto essays can be designed to be viewed in a particular order. They can also be unsequenced. The viewer can then decide how to examine the photographs and accompanying text.

undefinedThe photo essay should tell the story of a person or people, place, an object or collections of things, an event, or an issue. The photo essay, then, includes images that thoroughly explore aspects of your chosen topic. A good photo essay will hold you on each image but also make you want to explore the next image as the story unfolds.

undefinedThe photographs can be of any style (landscape, portrait, objects, and so on), as long as there is a unifying theme or subject.

undefinedGUIDING IDEAS TO HELP YOU GET STARTED:

undefinedWhat class theme or concept do I want to structure my photo essay around?

undefinedWhat thoughts, emotions, and conversations do I want people to have when viewing my photo essay? What photos can I use to create those thoughts, emotions, and conversations?

undefinedIn my photos, do I want people and portraits?

Do I want blank and white photos, color, sepia, or a mixture?

Do I want to use props or objects to help make my point clear in my photos?

Do I want to tell a story about my family, friends, loved one, and/or myself?

Do I want to tell a story about my neighborhood, my school, or another place?

undefinedWhat argument do I want to make about how the personal is political using my photos?

undefinedFORMATTING INSTRUCTIONS:

undefinedYou need to take your own photos for this assignment. Please feel free to use the camera on your phone or another device to take your photographs.

undefinedYour photo essay should consist of 5 photos. Each photo should have a caption and a brief description between 3 and 6 sentences. The description should explicitly discuss core class ideas and concepts. If you have a description that is not mentioning core class ideas and concepts, something is not right.

undefinedYou will use Padlet.com to make your photo essay. You can sign up for a free account. Padlet has a variety of ways of adding your photos, captions, and descriptions to create a photo essay. Be creative and create the format and story that you want.

undefinedOnce you have created your photo essay on Padlet, you will need to upload the link to your photo essay on Blackboard Coursesites. To do so, click on “Assignemnts” and then the “Final Project: Photo Essay.”

undefinedOnce there, in the submission text box, copy and paste the link to your Padlet website. That’s all you need to do.

 

DO YOU HAVE AN EXAMPLE?

undefinedI sure do. Please see this students’ photo essay called “Intersectional Me.” They did a great job at illustrating the story of their own intersectional identity, and how the concept of intersectionality is very personal to them.

undefinedLink here:

undefinedhttps://padlet.com/litzyguzman8910/2p3plnrp7m0lbuxa

undefinedFINAL NOTES:

undefinedThe idea for this project, and the text on the specific instructions, is from Dr. Brandon Andrew Robinson. I would like to thank them for designing such a beautiful project, and for their student, Litzy Guzman, for allowing their work to be shared.

undefinedMay 19th, 6:30pm. That’s the firm deadline.

undefinedPlease enjoy this creative project—if you have questions, you can reach me at the Slack Office Hours channel. If your question is private, feel free to send me a private message on Slack.

 

 

 

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PSYCH 3360 FINAL PROJECT: THE PERSONAL IS POLTICAL PHOTO ESSAY DUE MAY 19th at 6:30pm on Blackboard Coursesites 30% of final grade DUE DATE: Although extensions were possible throughout the semester, NO LATE WORK will be accepted for the final project, as due dates for submitting final grades to the Registrar are firm deadlines. There are no exceptions to this. If you do not turn in your final project by 6:30pm on May 19th, you will not receive credit. A PREFACING NOTE: Congratulations at making it to the end of the semester! Taking courses and keeping up with all your responsibilities throughout the semester, all during a global pandemic, is no small feat. Whether you feel you are thriving or just barely hanging on at this point in the semester, I’m proud of you. From your class commentary to reading your essays—you all blow me away. I am honored to have a small role in your academic journey at Brooklyn College. Instead of a long academic research paper or an exam, I’d like the final project to be a breath of fresh air for you (at least, that’s my hope!) As you know, this class has always defied conventions in terms of what we study and how I ask you to engage with the material. The final project is no exception. This project is a chance for you to reflect deeply and creatively on the themes we have covered in the class that interest you the most. One of the most major things we have come back to time and time again is how the psychology of gender is not just an esoteric intellectual pursuit—it is the texture of our day to day lives. Feminists have long had a term to explain that the intersectional power structure of gender is deeply personal to their advancement as human beings: “the personal is political.” ENOUGH CHATTING, ANGELICA – WHAT ARE THE INSTRUCTIONS!? For this assignment, you will create a personal is political themed photo essay. You will present 5 photos with captions and brief descriptions that tell a story about a particular class idea or concept. Your photos must address how the intersectional power structure of gender is reflected in individual lives, such as your own, although it does not have to be your own. More specifically, a photo essay is a set of photographs selected to tell a story and/or make the viewer feel certain emotions. This photo essay takes the same story telling techniques as a normal essay, translated into visual images. Think of this assignment as a visual essay about the psychology of gender. Tell a visual story about something we have learned in the class. Photo essays can be designed to be viewed in a particular order. They can also be unsequenced. The viewer can then decide how to examine the photographs and accompanying text. The photo essay should tell the story of a person or people, place, an object or collections of things, an event, or an issue. The photo essay, then, includes images that thoroughly explore aspects of your chosen topic. A good photo essay will hold you on each image but also make you want to explore the next image as the story unfolds. The photographs can be of any style (landscape, portrait, objects, and so on), as long as there is a unifying theme or subject. GUIDING IDEAS TO HELP YOU GET STARTED: What class theme or concept do I want to structure my photo essay around? What thoughts, emotions, and conversations do I want people to have when viewing my photo essay? What photos can I use to create those thoughts, emotions, and conversations? In my photos, do I want people and portraits? Do I want blank and white photos, color, sepia, or a mixture? Do I want to use props or objects to help make my point clear in my photos? Do I want to tell a story about my family, friends, loved one, and/or myself? Do I want to tell a story about my neighborhood, my school, or another place? What argument do I want to make about how the personal is political using my photos? FORMATTING INSTRUCTIONS: You need to take your own photos for this assignment. Please feel free to use the camera on your phone or another device to take your photographs. Your photo essay should consist of 5 photos. Each photo should have a caption and a brief description between 3 and 6 sentences. The description should explicitly discuss core class ideas and concepts. If you have a description that is not mentioning core class ideas and concepts, something is not right. You will use Padlet.com to make your photo essay. You can sign up for a free account. Padlet has a variety of ways of adding your photos, captions, and descriptions to create a photo essay. Be creative and create the format and story that you want. Once you have created your photo essay on Padlet, you will need to upload the link to your photo essay on Blackboard Coursesites. To do so, click on “Assignemnts” and then the “Final Project: Photo Essay.” Once there, in the submission text box, copy and paste the link to your Padlet website. That’s all you need to do. DO YOU HAVE AN EXAMPLE? I sure do. Please see this students’ photo essay called “Intersectional Me.” They did a great job at illustrating the story of their own intersectional identity, and how the concept of intersectionality is very personal to them. Link here: https://padlet.com/litzyguzman8910/2p3plnrp7m0lbuxa FINAL NOTES: The idea for this project, and the text on the specific instructions, is from Dr. Brandon Andrew Robinson. I would like to thank them for designing such a beautiful project, and for their student, Litzy Guzman, for allowing their work to be shared. May 19th, 6:30pm. That’s the firm deadline. Please enjoy this creative project—if you have questions, you can reach me at the Slack Office Hours channel. If your question is private, feel free to send me a private message on Slack. …
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