Public Humanities Initiative: Storytelling and Spatial Violence
Please join us for a film and discussion series on the impacts of gentrification, development, and other forms of spatial violence. The Public Humanities Initiative at the SOF/Heyman presents four events exploring architectural and territorial planning as instruments of violence, and the activists that seek to use visual and narrative storytelling as a way to reclaim spatial rights. The films we will highlight not only serve to reflect on the contemporary global context of spatial violence, they also serve as instances where artistic and humanistic production engage in spatial activism.
Panels feature the film’s director/producer in discussion with architectural historians, sociologists, and others. All films will be available to registrants for the 24 hours preceding the scheduled panel time.
Registration below will sign you up for all events in the film series, which will be held via Zoom. You will be sent a Zoom link the day before, and the day of, the event.
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