Posts Tagged ‘Documentary 2015: Origins And Inventions’

Remembrance, and a Reading by C.D. Wright

Remembrance, and a Reading by C.D. Wright

We at the Center for Documentary Studies were so fortunate that our and C.D. Wright‘s stars aligned several times over the last fifteen years. In 2000, she and photographer Deborah Luster won our tenth Lange-Taylor Prize for their collaboration One Big Self, which represented and rendered the lives of Louisiana inmates in photographs and words. A special publication here […]


Documentary 2015: Origins and Inventions, Friday Highlights

Documentary 2015: Origins and Inventions, Friday Highlights

On November 20, 2015, festivities for Documentary 2015: Origins and Inventions—the inaugural national documentary forum and 25th anniversary celebration of the Center for Documentary Studies—began in Durham, North Carolina. The forum kicked off with a welcome from current CDS director Wesley Hogan and CDS founding director Iris Tillman Hill, with an exploration of Documentary Then and Now, followed […]


Tickets On Sale for CDS’s National Forum: “Documentary 2015: Origins & Inventions”

Tickets On Sale for CDS’s National Forum: “Documentary 2015: Origins & Inventions”

The Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University will host a 25th Anniversary celebration and national forum on November 20–22, 2015, in Durham, North Carolina. Documentary 2015: Origins and Inventions will bring together photographers, filmmakers, podcasters, writers, media professionals, educators, students/alumni, and supporters to view compelling documentary work and to examine central issues in the documentary field, recognizing deep traditions while training an eye on the future. […]