Geography and the Environment Colloquium Series: Juan Herrera
Friday, February 19, 2021 3:00 PM
Cartographic Memory: Social Movement Activism and the Production of
In this presentation I examine 1960s and
1970s Chicanx activism in Oakland, CA. I underscore how activists
remembered their social movement participation by emphasizing their
deep emotional connections with neighborhood projects. In so doing,
they intricately mapped their contribution to neighborhood
improvement. I contend that the fact that activists remembered their
work in geographic form opens up a broader register for how we
measure social movement impacts. By
seriously considering cultural politics rooted
through place, I
a theoretical and methodological understanding of space as archive of
social movement activism. For additional information, please contact Natalie Koch at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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