Nicaragua: Insurrection and Revolution Using Photography to Tell the Story

February 24, 28, and March 1-2, 2011

NicaraguaSESSION I
Screening of "The World is Watching" (1988)
Directed by Jim Munro and Peter Raymont.
Introduced by Dr. WILLIAM C. HOLLIDAY , Longwood University.


SESSION II
Central America: Nicaragua in Geographical and Historical Context
"Why Here? Geographic Perspectives on Insurrection and Revolution in Central America," by Dr. EDWARD L. KINMAN, Longwood University.
"Revolution and Counter Revolution in Central America," by Dr. W. JOHN GREEN, Washington and Lee University.
"Liberation Theology and the Nicaraguan Revolution," by Dr. WILLIAM C. HOLLIDAY , Longwood University.
Chair: Dr. KENNETH LEHMAN, Hampden-Sydney College


SESSION III

Using Pictures to Tell a Story
MARY PREVO, Hampden-Sydney College.
Images of Insurrection and Revolution, Nicaragua
MARGARITA MONTEALEGRE, Documentary photographer and 2010 Q.E.P. Visiting
International Scholar, Hampden-Sydney College.


SESSION IV
Screening of "Pictures from a Revolution" (1991)
by Susan Meiselas
Introduced by Dr. LIZARDO M. HERRERA, Hampden-Sydney College.

Full Program