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Mapping & Authorship

Tue, Oct 13, 2020    7:30pm

Mapping defines and redefines landscapes informing concerns, priorities, and values of the author. The guests are invited to address questions of authorship in mapping as an exercise of recognition to define “the other”. Consequently, this visual acknowledgement informs the construction of place and space. Mapping & Authorship is interested in exploring the implications of this tool on the Latin community in Latin America and the United States by comparing tools and techniques across time and place.

Kendall Thomas, Nash Professor of Law and Director of the Center for the Study of Law & Culture
Regner Ramos, Associate Professor at University of Puerto Rico
Felipe Correa, Founder and Partner of Somatic Collaborative & Author of São Paulo: A Graphic Biography. Moderated by Laura Kurgan, Professor at GSAPP and Director of Center for Spatial Research.

The conversations have been co-curated with Adjunct Associate Professor Anna Dietzsch and co-sponsored by Columbia University’s Institute of Latin American Studies and Columbia GSAPP; with support of CGC Rio and CGC Santiago.