Documentary Photography

and Social Justice 

Human migration along the Balkan route, from Rorandelli's project Trans Europe Migration 2015

"Rorandelli's images skillfully depict the narratives

of people who have faced immense struggles,

yet never cease to take action and strive for a better future"

-Emma Comrie

Italian Documentary Photographer Rocco Rorandelli will be joining us next week to talk about his work and his unique approach to photography. Learn more about Rorandelli in this profile, created by NYU Florence students Helen Bermudes, Emma Comrie, and Gabby Lozano.


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April 24, 2018

On Monday, April 23 at Spazio Alfieri, activists and scholars Angela Davis and Gina Dent delivered a dialogue about their past and continuing social activism. The event wi...

Understand incarceration in the United States - from for-profit prisons, to human rights abuses, and what is being done to change the system.

April 18, 2018

Take a look at an interactive map that charts some of the most important student protest movements since from the 1960’s up to now.

April 16, 2018

Continuing in our 1968/2018: Year of Revolt series, tomorrow Tuesday, April 17th at 6:00PM in Villa Sassetti, La Pietra Dialogues will be presenting the March of the Mille...

April 16, 2018

"Slouching Towards Bethlehem" presents us with a rare portrait of the 1960s that is not as utopian, glamorous, or romantic as it has been remembered in popular c...

March 13, 2018

Only two and a half months into 2018, the United States has already experienced 45 mass shootings, including 8 so far in the month of March alone.

March 12, 2018

On Monday, March 5, to pay homage to the fiftieth anniversary of 1968, film director and professor of film analysis Vito Zagarrio recreated the climate of a year of revolt...

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