Dist[urbanist] Discourse .
Another year and another Disturbanist Discourse!
Mark your calendars for the second annual Disturbanist Discourse where you can hear from Alumni and Graduate Students discussing how their practice challenges normalized urban processes.
Panel 01 . Disturbing Disciplines .
Jesse Mae Emerick
Panel 02 . Disturbing Displacements .
Panel 03 . Disturbing Dominances .
Please join us at the first annual Disturbanist Discourse featuring recent graduates presenting current research and practices followed by a panel discussion reflecting upon the critical lenses used in their work.
This year’s speakers include:
This will be an opportunity to explore the challenges and openings for a new, interdisciplinary discourse in the urban realm. Together we will build connections between students and future colleagues who see their work as ‘disturbing’ standard methods of practices, in realms that influence everyday urban experience and interaction such as city design, social services, and policy making.