Aubrey Graham is a National Research Foundation Postdoctoral Fellow in the South African Research Chair Initiative “Visual History and Theory” based at the Centre for Humanities Research. Aubrey holds a Ph.D. from Emory University in Cultural Anthropology as well as a MA in Anthropology from Emory and a MA in the Social Anthropology of Development from the School of Oriental and African Studies in London. Her research in the eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) engages humanitarian aid, conflict, identity, and photography from both local Congolese and international humanitarian perspectives. Aubrey’s interest in the politics of photography and her application of photography as a research method draw on her work as a photojournalist as well as a humanitarian and documentary photographer (www.AubreyGrahamPhotography.com). She has photographed two international photographic exhibitions; the most recent, “Portraits in Disneyland – Stories from Mugunga III” explores visual narratives of displacement in the DRC. Broadly, her interests include humanitarian aid and development, photography, Central and East Africa, displacement, visual anthropology, and qualitative methods.