Mapping and Counter-mapping: Roundtable Discussion

Event details

Friday, March 8, 2024 from 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM


Clark Presentation Space, Hatcher Library South

Event typeLecture/Discussion
SeriesMapping and Counter-mapping: Methods for Art, Activism, and Scholarship

Sit in on this roundtable discussion as part of a two-day series of events that explore how mapping and counter-mapping might contribute to ethnographic and historical research. Explore how art, activism, and scholarship help give these material objects a political afterlife.

Panelists include:

  • Andrew Newman, Wayne State University
  • Lorenzo Pezzani, Forensic Architecture/University of Bologna
  • Aarthi Sridhar, Southern Collective
  • Alyssa Paredes, University of Michigan
  • Kristi Rhead, University of Michigan

The Mapping and Counter-mapping: Methods for Art, Activism, and Scholarship series also includes a talk, a graduate student counter-mapping workshop, and a series of presentations.

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 ·

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