Professor Carma Hinton organized a panel of international experts to address the world’s water crisis during GMU’s International and Earth Week. The panelists reported on increasing water shortages around the world. They discussed how these shortages will affect all of us, and what can be done to avert the impending disaster. The panelists: Dai Qing Read more about The World’s Water Crisis: Can We Afford to Ignore It?[…]
Professor Hinton was a member on The Humanitarian Rewards jury. The Humanitarian Awards salute filmmakers worldwide “for their devotion to the documentary form and its language.” Other members of the jury included Ruby Yang and Fujioka Asako. To read more about the jury, click here. To read Professor Hinton’s jury commentaries, click here.
On Friday, November 5th, 2010, Carma Hinton, Robinson Professor of Visual Culture and Chinese Studies, gave a presentation to students in the Honors College. Her talk focused on “the decision-making process in using evidence to portray multiple perspectives about the controversy surrounding the 1989 protests in Tiananmen Square.” During the presentation she showed students raw Read more about Using Visual Evidence in Documentary Filmmaking[…]