Established in 2005, the Durham Centre for Advanced Photography Studies (DCAPS) brings together academics with research interests in the photographic image at the University of Durham. It aims to forge regional, national and international links with researchers, practitioners, curators and others with shared interests in photography. In the light of an important pan-university initiative, DCAPS has now been incorporated into the Centre for Visual Arts and Culture (CVAC).
DCAPS IV - Doing Photography
The fourth international DCAPS conference took place in Durham on 9–11 January 2013. Go here for an outline of the conference.
Visit our new blog on the Photographic Situation, part of an on-going network project in collaboration with colleagues based in Toronto, Canada.
The taught MA in the Photographic Image is currently suspended. However, we are still keen to hear from applicants wishing to study for MA by Research and PhD degrees in areas of photography theory and criticism. Go here for further details of our research postgraduate programmes and funding available from Durham University and the AHRC.
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