“The Impossible Narration” at Ethnofest 13: Athens Ethnographic Film Festival 2022
Event: Sunday, November 27, 2022 (12pm, Athens)
Camera, history and narration: an open discussion about the ethnographic film “The Impossible Narration: Memory and Photography of the Kalavryta Slaughter” (Dir. Konstantinos Kalantzis).
PhotoDemos Photobook Series
The PhotoDemos Collective have published their Photobook Series. This series of six photobooks by PhotoDemos Collective researchers address photographic practices in Greece, Nicaragua, Nigeria, Sri Lanka, and South Asia. Designed by Gabriel...
Book discussions: Konstantinos Kalantzis on “Tradition in the Frame”
Konstantinos Kalantzis discusses his anthropological monograph “Tradition in the Frame: Photography, Power and Imagination in Sfakia, Crete” (IUP 2019). See here for the flyer of “Tradition in the Frame” Presentation...
Guest curated section at Ethnofest 12
Ethnofest 12 – Athens Ethnographic Film Festival 2021 The Festival’s special-themed section Romanticism: Camera, Enchantment and the Real was guest curated by anthropologist Konstantinos Kalantzis, assistant professor at the department...
Interview: Prof Gonda Van Steen and Dr Kostis Kalantzis
Prof Gonda Van Steen, Director of the Centre for Hellenic Studies at King’s College London, interviewed PhotoDemos researcher Dr Kostis Kalantzis about his book, ‘Tradition in the Frame: Photography, Power, and Imagination in Sfakia,...
Konstantinos Kalantzis wins the 2019 JB Donne Essay Prize on the Anthropology of Art
PhotoDemos Collective member Konstantinos Kalantzis was the winner of the 2019 JB Donne Essay Prize on the Anthropology of Art for his essay “Athens and the Indigenous Sublime: Rethinking Orientalism and Desire from Documenta 14 to the...