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02 March 2009

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It has never occurred to me that you could use a gallery for advocacy purposes, but it makes so much sense.

Even when the galleries here in NY have a "struggle" concept the actual exhibit is more about the photographers. Narcissism in its purest form.

Interesting perspective ... I'm sure one could argue that there are elements of narcissism in these photos, too. But with participatory work, that's what we're interested in.

Hello from Bologna/Italy. We are planning a research dealing with role and training of feldschers in Mongolia. If you know of any papers on this subject, can you please send their links or the papers if you have access to them? Thanks in advance. Sunil - my email is sunil.deepak(at)aifo.it

Hi Sunil, I just saw this comment - I'll send you an email now...

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