Symposium "Making Home in Wounded Spaces: Memory, Design, and the Spatial"

March 3 — 4, 2017
Kellen Auditorium, Parsons School of Design, 66 Fifth Ave, NYC

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FRIDAY, March 3

9:30 am COFFEE

10:00 am

OPENING REMARKS

Susan Yelavich, Associate Professor/Director, Design Studies MA, Parsons: Design as Damage, Erasure, Repair, and (or) Renewal

Małgorzata Bakalarz-Duverger, PhD candidate, Sociology, NSSR: Spaces of Collective Memory, (Mis)Remembered Places.


10:30 am — 12:30 pm

PANEL 1: APPROPRIATIONS OF SPACES WOUNDED BY HISTORY

Moderator: 
Caroline Dionne, Assistant Professor, School of Art and Design History and Theory, Parsons School of Design

Panelists:
Susana Draper, Associate Professor of Comparative Literature, Princeton University; Forms of Intervention by Collectives of Women Prisoners in Latin America Today.

Elżbieta Janicka, Associate Professor, Institute of Slavic Studies, Polish Academy of Science; False Symmetry. About Two Memorials in the Space of the Former Warsaw Ghetto.

Yemima Cohen-Aharoni, post-PhD Fellow, Department of Sociology and Anthropology, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem; The Temple of Jerusalem: The Memory of the Future and the Politics of the Present.

Desirée Valaderes, PhD Student, Architectural History, College of Environmental Design, UC Berkeley; The Pilgrimage: Interethnic Relations and Cross-Race Solidarity at Former Sites of Japanese American Confinement.


12:30 — 1:30 pm LUNCH BREAK

1:45 — 2:30 pm

CONVERSATION 1: STATES OF EXCEPTION AS MOMENTS OF POSSIBILITY FOR DESIGN

Virginia Tassinari, Assistant Professor and Researcher, LUCA School of the Arts, Genk, Belgium; States of Exception as Moments of Possibility for Design.

Clive Dilnot, Professor of Design Studies, School of Art and Design Studies, Parsons School of Design;


2:40 — 4:10 pm

PANEL 2: THE POLITICS OF COMMEMORATION

Moderator:
Liz Ševčenko, Director of the Humanities Action Lab, New School

Panelists:
Yukiko Koga, Assistant Professor of Anthropology, Hunter College, CUNY; Inheritance and Betrayal: Historical Preservation and Colonial Nostalgia in Harbin, China.

Alexandra Delano Alonso, Assistant Professor of Global Studies, Eugene Lang College of Liberal Arts; and Benjamin Nienass, California State University, San Marcos; Reclaiming Memory and Mourning: Grievability and Resistance in Mexico.


4:20 — 5:50 pm

PANEL 3: THEORIZING THE PALIMPSESTS OF WOUNDED PLACES

Moderator:
Benoît Challand, Associate Professor, Sociology, NSSR

Panelists: 
Jonathan Bach, Associate Professor/Chair, Global Studies Program at the New School; In Place of… The Absent Presence of Berlin’s Palaces.

Adam Lipszyc, Associate Professor, Polish Academy of Science; The Vortex of Pain: Theorists, Writers and Artists Visiting a Wounded Square in Warsaw


6:00 pm

KEYNOTE ADDRESS

Lina Sergie Attarco-founder and CEO of Karam Foundation; An Unsettled Syria: Recollecting and Reimagining Home.


SATURDAY, March 4

9:30 am BREAKFAST

10:00 am

REMARKS ABOUT THE FRIDAY SESSIONS


10:15 — 11:00 am

CONVERSATION 2: INVISIBLE BRIDGES

Krzysztof Czyżewski, social activist, theater producer; founder/director of the Borderland Foundation, Sejny, Poland; An Invisible Bridge

Elżbieta Matynia, Professor of Liberal Studies and Sociology; director of the Transregional Center for Democratic Studies, NSSR; An Invisible Bridge


11:10 am — 1:10 pm

PANEL 1: ENGAGING WITH THOSE LIVING IN WOUNDED PLACES

Moderator:
Otto von Busch, Associate Professor of Integrated Design, Parsons School of Design

Panelists:
Angeliki Dimaki-Adolfsen, PhD Fellow, School of Design and Crafts, University of Gothenburg, Sweden, Children Let’s Play:” examining play in refugee camps in northern Greece

Liam Healy and Jimmy Loizeau, Lecturers, Goldsmiths College, London; Design Unlikely Futures and the Jungle of Calais

Terry Meade, Principal Lecturer, Interior Architecture and Urban Studies, College of Arts & Humanities, University of Brighton, UK; Strangers in the House: Domestic Space in the Israel/Palestine Conflict.

Barbara Adams, PhD candidate, Sociology, NSSR; From Aesthetic Evangelism to Solidarity. From Resilience to Care.


1:15 — 2:15 pm Lunch Break

2:15 — 4:00 pm

PANEL 2: WOUNDED LANDSCAPES

Moderator: 
William Morrish, Professor of Urban Ecologies, Parsons School of Design

Panelists:
Jilly Traganou, Associate Professor of Spatial Studies, School of Art and Design History and Theory, Parsons School of Design; Practices of Prefigurative Habitus: Creating Radical Home/lands at the Standing Rock Protest Camps.

Christine Howard Sandoval, artist, activist; part-time faculty, Parsons School of Design; Sharing Scarcity.

Tania Aparicio Morales, PhD candidate, Sociology, NSSR; Aeropuerto. A Visual Ethnography of Chinchero, Peru.

Mia White, Assistant Professor, Environmental Studies, New School for Public Engagement; Unearthing a Blues Epistemology towards Solidarity and Environmental Justice.


4:00 — 4:15 pm BREAK

4:15 — 6:00 pm

PANEL 3: THE SCAR TISSUE OF HOME AND PLACE

Moderator:
Aleksandra Wagner, Assistant Professor, Sociology, New School for Public Engagement

Panelists:
Jayce Salloum, artist; in/tangible cartographies: subjective affinities/representing the unrepresentable

Nora Krug, Associate Professor, Illustration, School of Art Media and Technology, Parsons School of Design; A Reading from Belonging (tentative title): A Visual Memoir on German Post-War identity and the Author’s Wartime Family History.

Serhii Tereshchenko, PhD candidate, Department of Slavic Studies, Columbia University; Cities Against Humans: Life in the Abandoned Cities after Chernobyl.

Elisa Bertolotti, Assistant Professor, Art & Design Department, Faculty of Arts and Humanities, University of Madeira; Stories from Trasenster. Light and Temporary Houses for a Desolate Place.


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