[S-fotografie] Open Photography Competition

Noiret, Serge serge.noiret at iue.it
Tue, 2 Jul 2002 12:47:00 +0200


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Department of Sociology
University of Oxford

Open Photography Competition

The Department of Sociology is pleased to announce a photography competition
open to all. Entries should in some way reflect human behaviour or
interaction or bear on a sociological theme in an arresting and thought
provoking way.

Photographs may be either colour or black and white but should be
approximately 200mm x 250mm (8" x 10") and capable of further enlargement
(short listed entrants will be expected to provide negatives to this end
although they will not be responsible for the cost of enlargement).

Entries must be submitted by no later than October 18th and short listed
photographs will be on display in the department between 21st and 31st
October. The winning entry will be announced shortly thereafter.  A cash
prize of 50 will be awarded to the winner.

The department reserves the right to display short listed entries in its
public spaces and also to display entries on a special web page. All other
rights remain with the entrant.

Entries and queries should be directed to

Photography Competition,
Department of Sociology,
University of Oxford,
Littlegate House,
St Ebbes,
Oxford,
OX1 1PS.
Email: peter.hill@sociology.ox.ac.uk
URL: http://www.sociology.ox.ac.uk/photo.html
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Edmund Chattoe: Department of Sociology, University of Oxford, Littlegate
House, St Ebbes, Oxford, OX1 1PS,  tel: 01865-286174,  fax: 01865-286171,
http://www.sociology.ox.ac.uk  Review Editor, J. Artificial Societies
and  Social Simulation (JASSS) http://www.soc.surrey.ac.uk/JASSS/
"So act as
to treat humanity, whether in your own person or in another, always as an
end, and never as only a means."  (Immanuel Kant, Fundamental Principles)
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