Graduate Student Countermapping Workshop with Cian Dayrit

Event details

Friday, March 8, 2024 from 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM


Clark Presentation Space, Hatcher Library South

Event typeWorkshop/Seminar
SeriesMapping and Counter-mapping: Methods for Art, Activism, and Scholarship

Graduate students from any discipline are welcome to attend this hands-on mapping workshop as an exercise in thinking reflexively and creatively about their research. Time allotted includes a lunch after the workshop session. 

Mapping is a mode of storytelling. Yet, cartography is often concentrated in the hands of the powerful. In response, “counter-mapping” has developed as a practice that empowers communities to challenge hegemonic narratives about space and foreground subaltern knowledge.

The Mapping and Counter-mapping: Methods for Art, Activism, and Scholarship two-day series also includes talks and a roundtable discussion.

Organized by Jatin Dua and Alyssa Paredes, with Francesca Conterno and Kristi Rhead.

"Both Poles Serve You," embroidery and feathers on fabric, by Cian Dayrit, 2021, photo by Sami Sasso.


Library contact

Tim Utter ·

Library events are free and open to the public, and we are committed to making them accessible to attendees. If you anticipate needing accommodations to participate, please notify the listed contact with as much notice as possible.