Ways of Organizing
Ways of Organizing explores the politics of documentary through the ways that its circulation condenses a variety of economic, political, and social flows. We want to suggest a fundamentally logistical approach to documentary, one that invites readers to think of documentary as an organizational tool in order to place documentary’s subjects and settings, its images and viewers, and its texts and the spaces in which they circulate on the same plane. How does documentary organize social, political and institutional worlds?
Table of Contents
Jason Fox and Laliv Melamed, “Introduction: Ways of Organizing”
Alexandra Juhasz and Alisa Lebow, “Beyond Story: A Community-Based Manifesto”
Charles Musser interviewed by Joshua Glick, “Documentary’s Longue Durée: Reimagining the Documentary Tradition”
Ways of Organizing: A Programmer’s Questionnaire
Responses from: Marie Murriacole, Cintia Gil, Rasha Salti, Aily Nash, Ilona Jurkonyte, and Greg de Cuir Jr.