Documenting Blackness at the National Museum of African American History and Culture
Looking beyond visibility politics, we seek to trace historical negotiations by Black media makers. What terms of, and access to, the means of representation situate Black visualities within and against larger historical structures of power?
Edited by Jason Fox and Mia Mask
In The Presence of Others
How can Arendt’s writings help us rethink the role of documentary in visualizing and producing common worlds? This issue of World Records explores this question, putting Arendt’s work into counterpoint with documentary media and cultures.
Edited by Nicholas Gamso and Jason Fox
Special Dossier by Joshua Guilford and Toby Lee