Gallatin Teaching-with-Technology Symposium

Poster_11x17The Urban Democracy Lab’s Rebecca Amato will be a panelist at the following event:

A showcase of the innovative teaching and learning projects funded by Gallatin’s Teaching-with-Technology Grants. From interactive digital exhibits, archives, and maps, to immersive design portals, to bioluminescent “data scapes,” all of our projects push the boundaries of learning spaces, while fostering student engagement and expanding the learning community into the public sphere. Recipients include Rebecca Amato, Stephen Duncombe, Louise Harpman, Mitchell Joachim, and Jack Tchen.

April 18, 2016
4-6:30pm

Jerry H. Labowitz Theatre

Schedule:

  • Panel 1 (4-5pm):

    • Stephen Duncombe, “How Art Works: User-Generated Archive”

    • Jack Tchen and Noah Fuller: “Undergraduate Research, Decolonizing Methodologies & Mapping Subaltern Archives”

  • Panel 2 (5:15-6:15pm):

    • Rebecca Amato, “(Dis)Placed Histories of South Williamsburg and Bushwick”

    • Louise Harpman, “Digital Design Portal Project”

    • Mitchell Joachim’s students: Ayaka Habu and Edmond Theodor Mandin-Lee, “Biotech and Design”

*Reception to follow

RSVP: http://gallatin.nyu.edu/utilities/events/2016/04/twtsymposium.html