Corresponding Lectures and Exhibits
Richman, Lisa H. “Migrant Mother: Race and Gender in the Making of a Photographic Icon.” Routledge Companion to Photography and Visual Culture. Ed. Moritz Neumüller. Taylor & Francis. 2018.
Exhibit and Lecture of FSA Research
-Bowling Green State University, School of Cultural and Critical Studies. October 2019
-University of Mississippi, Southern Documentary Project. November 2018
Based on research of the FSA photographic archive:
Designed exhibition of images (most of which have not been previously seen outside of the archive).
This project is developed in conjunction with the forthcoming monograph.
Lecture: “‘White Trash’ and ‘Dirty Mexicans’: The Legacy of the FSA Photographic Archive in Imagining Citizens.” Society for Photographic Education (SPE) National Conference. Philadelphia, PA. 2018
Lecture (Juried Selection): "The [Un]Making of an Icon: A Struggle for “Truth” in Depression Era Documentary Photography." Society for Photographic Education (SPE) National Conference. Las Vegas, NV. 2016
Kaplan (now Richman), Lisa H. “Soaring to New (?) Heights: Cute, Tough, Geek Girls, and Post-Feminist Discourse.” It Happens at Comic-Con: Ethnographic Essays on a Pop Culture Phenomenon. Ed. Ben Bolling and Matthew J. Smith. McFarland & Company, Inc., North Carolina: 2014.
Paper: “Constructing Rural Poverty in Depression Era America: Race, Gender, and Mexican Bodies Through the Lens of FSA Photography.” National Women’s Studies Association Conference, Cincinnati, OH. 2013