Through this panel, we will explore questions such as:
1. How can we use computational methods and digital technologies to measure, map, and challenge various forms of inequality and injustice?
2. How can computational methods and digital technologies be disentangled from the infrastructures of state and financial power that reproduce social, economic, and spatial injustice?
3. How can we use computational methods and digital technologies to develop alternative visions of the future that challenge the dominant systems of power and exploitation?
Panelists (listed alphabetically):
1. Dr. Ezekiel Dixon-Román, Associate Professor, Social Policy & Practice, University of Pennsylvania
2. Dr. Rina Ghose, Professor, Geography, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
3. Dr. Luis F. Alvarez León, Assistant Professor, Geography, Dartmouth College
4. Dr. Mark H. Palmer, Associate Professor, Geography, University of Missouri
5. Dr. Marianna Pavlovskaya, Professor, Geography, Hunter College, CUNY
6. Dr. Verónica Nelly Vélez, Associate Professor, Education, Western Washington University
7. Dr. Sarah Williams, Associate Professor, Urban Planning, MIT
Mollie Holmberg, PhD Student, Geography, University of British Columbia
|Introduction||Mollie Holmberg University of British Columbia||3||3:05 PM|
|Panelist||Rina Ghose University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee||12||3:08 PM|
|Panelist||Luis Alvarez Leon Dartmouth College||12||3:20 PM|
|Panelist||Mark Palmer University of Missouri-Columbia||12||3:32 PM|
|Panelist||Marianna Pavlovskaya Hunter College - City University||12||3:44 PM|
|Panelist||Veronica Velez Western Washington University||12||3:56 PM|
|Discussant||Sarah Williams||12||4:08 PM|
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