This essay serves as an extension of the 2020 AiT Conference titled "Stories-so-Far: Spatial Knowledges and Imaginaries." Together we have created a digital research space that will continue to grow and support collaboration on research and activism related to various themes from the conference.
Some of these themes may include: Collaboration ethics, methodologies, infrastructuring archives, transnational hyper-nationalist science, transient spaces, law shapes space and vice versa, landscapes, anticipatory space, (re)mapping, affect theory, psychogeography, constructed environment programs, migration/refugees, war, trauma and traumatic spaces; monumentality; home, (IL)liberalism, space and religiosity, silence(s), archives, trace and space, feminist geography; racialized spaces
We are a group of interdisciplinary grad students from a variety of universities who met at the 2020 AiT Conference. Hoping to continue our conversations beyond the conference, we created this working group that meets on a regular basis to discuss various themes around spatial imaginaries and experimental methodologies.
Our members include:
Albahar Shahab, Marwa Bakabas, Kaitlyn Rabach, Jessica Slattery, and Prerna Srigyan. 2020. Spatial Studies Working Space.
This project contributes to and runs in the spirit of a creative commons, expansively conceived. It is designed to create public knowledge resources and new methods and infrastructure for creating such resources. As such, it depends on deep cooperation among participants, openness to diverse...Read more