“Diagnosis: A Photographer’s Guide,” A Talk by Alex Harris

This talk is the second in a series of six presentations by documentarians who have produced work that effectively renders a medical experience from the patient’s or their family’s point of view. The series is part of the Duke Innovation Program, a collaboration between the Duke Graduate Medical Education Program and the Center for Documentary Studies. All talks will be available as video podcasts in the weeks following the live presentation.

“Diagnosis: A Photographer’s Guide,” by Alex Harris

Tuesday, November 16, 5-6 p.m.
John Hope Franklin Center, Room 240
2204 Erwin Road, Durham, North Carolina

Alex Harris is a founder of the Center for Documentary Studies and of DoubleTake Magazine. He has taught documentary photography and writing at Duke since 1975. Among his books are River of Traps, a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in general nonfiction in 1991, and The Idea of Cuba (2007).

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