10.08.18: Border Crossings: Interdisciplinary Experiments in the Global Urban Humanities: Videos

A symposium reflecting on the past five years of the Global Urban Humanities Initiative. Presented on Monday, October 8, 2018 in Wurster Gallery.

Video 1: The Emerging Canon: Faculty roundtable on core theory and methods seminars (moderated by Arts & Humanities Dean Anthony Cascardi)

Teresa Caldeira/Shannon Jackson (The City, Arts and Public Space, 2013+2017)
Angela Marino/Jason Luger (Populism, Art and the City 2018)
Andrew Shanken (City of Memory 2016)

Video 2: Influence of GUH Courses: Student roundtable on how GUH experiences impacted dissertation research (moderated by CED Dean Jennifer Wolch)

Ettore Santi: (Architecture PhD)--took Pearl River Delta studio, City Arts & Public Space; dissertation on rural/urban tensions in western China
Diana Ruiz (Film and Media studies): took Mexico City Studio; dissertation on film and US-Mexico border
Valentina Rozas-Krause: (Architecture PhD) took Pearl River Delta studio, City of Memory, GUH Fellow, 2017; dissertation on Berlin, Chile, California memory
Lyndsey Ogle (TDPS): took Sensing Cityscapes, City, Arts and Public Space; dissertation on urban vs rural placemaking
Annie Danis (Archaeology/Anthropology):  took Public Space: Placemaking and Performance; Sensing Cityscapes;  was GSI for Siteworks; dissertation on publicly engaged archaeology

Video 3: Pedagogy + Faculty Research: Faculty roundtable on research studios (moderated by Spring 2019 New Orleans studio instructor Bryan Wagner)

Greig Crysler (Mexico City 2016)
Margaret Crawford (Los Angeles 2014, Pearl River Delta 2015)
Ronald Rael/Stephanie Syjuco (US-Mexico border, 2018)
Susan Moffat (Project Director)

Video 4: Takeaways with Xander Lenc (PhD Geography and Graduate Certificate student) and Jonathan Zwicker (East Asian Languages and 2019 GUH Fellow)