PhD candidate, Sociology, NSSR; From Aesthetic Evangelism to Solidarity. From Resilience to Care.
Alexandra Delano Alonso
Assistant Professor of Global Studies,Eugene Lang College of Liberal Arts; Reclaiming Memory and Mourning: Grievability and Resistance in Mexico.
Lina Sergie Attar
Co-founder and CEO of Karam Foundation; An Unsettled Syria: Recollecting and Reimagining Home.
Associate Professor/Chair, Global Studies Program at the New School; In Place of… The Absent Presence of Berlin’s Palaces.
PhD candidate, Sociology, NSSR; Spaces of Collective Memory, (Mis)Remembered Places.
Assistant Professor, Art & Design Department, Faculty of Arts and Humanities, University of Madeira; Stories from Trasenster. Light and Temporary Houses for a Desolate Place.
Associate Professor, Sociology, NSSR.
Post-PhD Fellow, Department of Sociology and Anthropology, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem; The Temple of Jerusalem: The Memory of the Future and the Politics of the Present.
Social activist, theater producer; founder/director of the Borderland Foundation, Sejny, Poland. An Invisible Bridge
Professor of Design Studies, School of Art and Design Studies, Parsons School of Design
PhD Fellow, School of Design and Crafts, University of Gothenburg, Sweden, “Children Let’s Play:” examining play in refugee camps in northern Greece.
Assistant Professor, School of Art and Design History and Theory, Parsons School of Design.
Associate Professor of Comparative Literature, Princeton University; Forms of Intervention by Collectives of Women Prisoners in Latin America Today.
Liam Healy & Jimmy Loizeau
Associate Professor, Institute of Slavic Studies, Polish Academy of Science; False Symmetry. About Two Memorials in the Space of the Former Warsaw Ghetto.
Assistant Professor of Anthropology, Hunter College, CUNY; Inheritance and Betrayal: Historical Preservation and Colonial Nostalgia in Harbin, China.
Associate Professor, Illustration, School of Art Media and Technology, Parsons School of Design; A Reading from Belonging (tentative title): A Visual Memoir on German Post-War identity and the Author’s Wartime Family History.
Associate Professor, Polish Academy of Science; The Vortex of Pain: Theorists, Writers and Artists Visiting a Wounded Square in Warsaw.
Professor of Liberal Studies and Sociology; director of the Transregional Center for Democratic Studies, NSSR. An Invisible Bridge
Principal Lecturer, Interior Architecture and Urban Studies, College of Arts & Humanities, University of Brighton, UK; Strangers in the House: Domestic Space in the Israel/Palestine Conflict.
Tania Aparicio Morales
PhD candidate, Sociology, NSSR; Aeropuerto. A Visual Ethnography of of Chinchero, Peru.
Professor of Urban Ecologies, Parsons School of Design
Christine Howard Sandoval
Artist, activist; part-time faculty, Parsons School of Design; Sharing Scarcity.
Director of the Humanities Action Lab, New School
Assistant Professor and Researcher, LUCA School of the Arts, Genk, Belgium; States of Exception as Moments of Possibility for Design
PhD candidate, Department of Slavic Studies, Columbia University; Cities Against Humans: Life in the Abandoned Cities after Chernobyl.
Associate Professor of Spatial Studies, School of Art and Design History and Theory, Parsons School of Design; Practices of Prefigurative Habitus: Creating Radical Home/lands at the Standing Rock Protest Camps.
PhD Student, Architectural History, College of Environmental Design, UC Berkeley; The Pilgrimage: Interethnic Relations and Cross-Race Solidarity at Former Sites of Japanese American Confinement.
Otto von Busch
Associate Professor of Integrated Design, Parsons School of Design.
Assistant Professor, Sociology, New School for Public Engagement
Assistant Professor, Environmental Studies, New School for Public Engagement; Unearthing a Blues Epistemology towards Solidarity and Environmental Justice.
Associate Professor/Director, Design Studies MA, Parsons: Design as Damage, Erasure, Repair, and (or) Renewal.