Shannon Walsh
Shannon Walsh
Assistant Professor, Department of Theatre and Film, University of British Columbia
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Visualizing the politics of innocence in the age of AIDS
C Mitchell, S Walsh*, J Larkin
Sex Education 4 (1), 35-47, 2004
‘Uncomfortable collaborations’: contesting constructions of the ‘poor’in South Africa
S Walsh
Review of African Political Economy 35 (116), 255-279, 2008
‘I'm too young to die’: HIV, masculinity, danger and desire in urban South Africa
S Walsh, C Mitchell
Gender & Development 14 (1), 57-68, 2006
‘We won't move’ The suburbs take back the center in urban Johannesburg
S Walsh
City 17 (3), 400-408, 2013
The soft cover project: youth participation in HIV/AIDS interventions
S Walsh, C Mitchell, A Smith
Agenda 17 (53), 106-112, 2002
Speaking for ourselves: A case for visual arts-based and other participatory methodologies in working with young people to address sexual violence
C Mitchell, S Walsh, R Moletsane
Combating gender violence in and around schools, 103-112, 2006
Critiquing the politics of participatory video and the dangerous romance of liberalism
S Walsh
Area 48 (4), 405-411, 2016
Challenging knowledge production with participatory video
S Walsh
Handbook of participatory video, 225-241, 2012
Artfully engaged: Arts activism and HIV/AIDS work with youth in South Africa
S Walsh, C Mitchell
Provoked by Art: Theorizing Arts-informed Inquiry. Toronto: Backalong Books, 2004
Power, race and agency:‘Facing the truth’through visual methodology
S Walsh
Putting people in the picture, 241-255, 2007
Behind the lens: Reflexivity and video documentary
C Mitchell, S Walsh, S Weber
The art of visual inquiry, 281-294, 2007
Addressing sexual violence and rape culture: Issues and interventions targeting boys and men
S Walsh
Agenda, 2015
‘If you don’t die first’: Fire, Water and Women in the Shack Settlements in Durban
S Walsh
R, PATTMAN and S, KHAN (eds.), Undressing Durban, Durban, Madiba Publishers …, 2007
Knowledge and power in South Africa: Xenophobia and survival in the post-apartheid state
A Desai, S Walsh
Learning from the Ground Up, 35-51, 2010
Ethical issues in using participatory video in addressing gender violence in and around schools: The challenges of representation
R Moletsane, C Mitchell, J Stuart, S Walsh, M Taylor
Losers, Lolitas, and Lesbos: Visualizing Girlhood
S Walsh
Counterpoints 245, 191-205, 2005
The smell of money: Alberta’s Tar Sands
S Walsh, M Stainsby
Sparking a Worldwide Energy Revolution: Social Struggles in the Transition …, 2010
H2Oil [DVD]
S Walsh
Montréal: Loaded Pictures, 2009
The Philosopher and His Poor: The Poor-Black as Object for Political Desire in South Africa
S Walsh
Politikon 42 (1), 123-127, 2015
Ethnography-in-motion: Neoliberalism and Health in Durban's Shack Settlements
S Walsh
McGill University, 2009
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