Hi all! This is just a reminder that our annual Culture Mapping symposium will take place tomorrow (April 17) and Saturday (April 18).
We’re excited to convene an incredible group of practitioners who will share their work and help us imagine collective futures. We hope you’ll join us, if you’re able. Pre-registration is available until Thursday evening, and live registration will also be available throughout the conference.
We’d particularly like to invite you to our two keynote lectures.
The first will be delivered tomorrow at 5:45 p.m. by Kubi Ackerman, who directed the Future City Lab at the Museum of the City of New York and curated the museum’s exhibition “Who We Are: Visualizing NYC by the Numbers.” He has also held positions at the Cooper Union Institute for Sustainable Design and the Urban Design Lab at Columbia University.
Our second keynote, at 10 a.m. on Saturday, will be delivered by Hannah Alpert-Abrams. She is a program specialist in digital humanities and scholar specializing in information science, book history, and DH. (She also does incredible work on the future of higher ed and you should read her latest piece here.)
Finally, we’ll be hosting a special session on digital pedagogy on Saturday from 2:00 – 2:45 p.m. We welcome all to come share their experiences (in general or from the past few weeks), ask questions, and build a community of support.
The full program & registration are available on our site.
Take good care,