Photographs, Trauma and the Ownership of the Dead

By Matthew Gault On 30 August, public and digital anthropologist Kate Ellenberger began a discussion on Twitter about using images of the deceased, in particular of their bodies, without the consent of family members. She also reflected on the impact these images can have on readers.  In Northern Ireland we frequently see images of the... Continue Reading →

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