Photo Contest — Visual Narratives of the 2018 Race & Pedagogy National Conference *
This 4th Quadrennial RPNC will host a photo contest. We want your views and insights surrounding the conference. If you attended the conference we want to see it through your lens. This contest is open to University of Puget Sound Students, Staff and Faculty along with anyone who attended the conference. Define RPNC 2018 with a space, a moment, an interaction, a group, or an individual and capture it through your camera lens.

Applications with your photo are due by the close of business EXTENDED Monday, October15, 2018.

Applications and photos will be reviewed throughout October by a panel. Selection of photos and applications that best reflect RPNC 2018 will be made by November 9, 2018.

A word about academic/digital honesty: Please submit a photo you yourself took. We want to see your experience in the photo. And we want to read your voice in the written reflection. We encourage all camera types, as image quality is not as important as the content of the photo. Thank you in advance for your honesty and creativity!

Images selected will be showcased in the Race & Pedagogy Journal and displayed in a location on campus to be determined later.

YOU MAY SUBMIT UP TO TWO PHOTOS WITH THEIR OWN SEPARATE ENTRIES WITH DIFFERENT NARRATIVES IN RESPONSE TO THE REQUIRED PROMPTS.

If you have any questions, please email lbrackett@pugetsound.edu with the subject line: RPNC PHOTO CONTEST.

Name (First and Last) *
Association *
Please enter your email *
Please enter your phone number *
Please Upload your High Resolution photo here! *
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If your image has a name, please enter it here. If not, please enter "untitled" *
Where and when was your photo taken? (If you can recall details about the RPNC session and date that would be helpful) *
If there are people in your photo (keynotes, spotlight speakers, attendees), please name them here.
What is happening in your image? *
Give three words from the main RPNC theme, or the Sub Themes that inform your photo. *
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Which theme does your image most reflect? *
How does your photo help define the RPNC? *
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