From Tanzania to Vietnam to Mexico; students from the Faculty of Social Science & Public Policy pursue their research in communities and countries across the world, expanding their horizons. Now, a collection of photographs on display in The Exchange and in The Arcade, both at Bush House, bring students' experiences out in the field to King's, providing a glimpse of students' research far from the confines of the classroom.
The photos were submitted in response to an open call to all students across the Faculty. To accompany their images, students were asked to provide reflections on their experience of taking the photos, on their research findings and on what it means to be part of their degree programme. The final images were selected based on the visual impact of the photographs, along with how well the photographer captured their experience, theme or story.
Photographs in the collection include images of the Ngorongoro Crater, Tanzania; the experience of communities living at the US-Mexico border; urban development in Hong Kong; and reflections from a Geography field trip to Southern Spain.
The photographs are available to view in The Exchange and The Arcade this week and in The Exchange only from Monday 24-Friday 28 September.