Wheels de Amor at No Man’s Land FF

Very excited for a bit of good news right now: Wheels de Amor, a short doc that I played a part in making, is an official selection for No Man's Land Film Festival’s flagship program in Denver this March! The space No Man’s Land is cultivating in outdoor sports for representation of women and gender-nonconforming … Continue reading Wheels de Amor at No Man’s Land FF

Counterpoints: An Atlas of Displacement and Resistance

Very proud that a map I created as part of my dissertation research has been published in the Anti-Eviction Mapping Project's new atlas of gentrification, displacement, and resistance in the Bay Area, Counterpoints. It's thrilling to finally see these great essays and beautifully produced visualizations in print. The volume is available from PM Press this … Continue reading Counterpoints: An Atlas of Displacement and Resistance

Society for Utopian Studies

Looking forward to presenting at the upcoming annual conference for the Society for Utopian Studies at UC Berkeley. This year's theme is "Disruption, Displacement, and Disorder" in the Bay Area, and I'll be presenting on my research into the Google Buses, the history of BART, and the push for self-driving cars.

Utopia After the Human

On April 11–12, I'll be participating in Utopia After the Human, the fifth symposium organized by the research network Imaginaries of the Future: Historicizing the Present. I'll be presenting work from my ongoing research on the ways that ideas of the Anthropocene circulate in visual media, focusing on dystopian imagery and environmental documentary.