MAPPING (IN)JUSTICE SYMPOSIUM
DIGITAL THEORY + PRAXIS FOR CRITICAL SCHOLARSHIP
November 7th – 9th, 2019 | Fordham University | New York, New York
The Mapping (In)Justice Symposium at Fordham University’s Lincoln Center campus will convene a group of more than 60 critical scholars over three days to explore structural inequities in or through spatial media, especially as they relate to matters of difference—such as race, gender, class, ethnicity, ability, sexuality, and religion. Please visit our website, mappinginjustice.org, to explore a full schedule of presentations, participant bios, and symposium proceedings.
REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED: https://mappinginjustice.org/registration
While there is no registration fee, we encourage attendees to consider donating a commensurate “registration fee” to our neighbors at the Goddard Riverside at Lincoln Square Neighborhood Center. The center was founded as a settlement house in 1947 on Manhattan’s Upper West Side and primarily serves residents of the Amsterdam Houses and Amsterdam Addition communities. Directions for how to make a secure donation can be found on the registration page.
DAY ONE: Thursday, November 7th
09:00 – 09:30 – Welcome / Opening Remarks
09:45 – 11:00 – Gallery Project Panel Discussion
11:15 – 12:45 – Paper Session 1: Mapping / Development and Displacement
01:45 – 03:15 – Paper Session 2: Mapping / Distributive Justice
03:30 – 05:00 – Paper Session 3: Mapping / the Local: A Focus on New York
05:15 – 06:30 – Keynote / Sarah Elwood (University of Washington): “Doing Critical GIS Otherwise: Digital Mediations of Live, Thriving, and Possibility”
DAY TWO: Friday November 8th
10:00 – 10:45 – Featured Project / Brett Stoudt (John Jay College of Criminal Justice): “Mapping Our Home: Using Participatory Mapping to Counter Aggressive NYPD Policing in the South Bronx”
11:00 – 12:30 – Paper Session 4: Mapping / Representation and Erasure
01:45 – 03:15 – Paper Session 5: Mapping / Urban Education
03:30 – 05:00 – Paper Session 6: Mapping / Critical Histories
05:15 – 06:30 – Keynote / Nazera Sadiq Wright (University of Kentucky): “DIGITAL G(IR)LS: Mapping Black Girlhood in the Nineteenth Century”
DAY THREE: Saturday, November 9th
10:00 – 10:45 – Featured Project / Alex Gil (Columbia University): “Mobilized Humanities: The Case of Torn Apart / Separados”
11:00 – 12:45 – Paper Session 7: Mapping / Vulnerability and Resilience
02:15 – 04:00 – Paper Session 8: Mapping / Power and Privilege
04:00 – 04:30 – Symposium Closing
Mapping (In)Justice is hosted by Fordham University’s Digital Scholarship Consortium and Office of Research in partnership with New York University and Columbia University. The symposium will take place at Fordham University’s Lincoln Center Campus on Manhattan’s Upper West Side.
Gregory T. Donovan, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Department of Communication and Media Studies
Co-Coordinator, Fordham Digital Scholarship Consortium
Co-Chair, Mapping (In)Justice Symposium
Joseph A. Martino Hall
45 Columbus Ave, Office 713
New York, NY 10023
http://gtd.nyc | @gdonovan
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