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18:30 - 20:15 23 February 2017

Anti-eviction mapping and the housing crisis


Room G.12 | 22 Gordon Street
London | WC1H 0QB | United Kingdom

Open to: Alumni | Public | Academic | Student
Admission: 0
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Erin McElroy, Anti-Eviction Mapping Project, is co-founder of the Anti-Eviction Mapping Project. She is a PhD candidate in Feminist Studies at University of California, Santa Cruz. Erin’s project at UCSC applies post-socialist analytics, feminist science studies, critical geography, and critical race studies to unearth techno-utopic fantasies of freedom within and beyond the San Francisco Bay Area. Currently, Erin is a media arts grantee of the Bay Area's Creative Work Fund and an artist fellow at the Kala Institute.
Rebecca Ross, Urban Pamphleteer
Nicolas Fonty, Just Map
Ben Beach, Radical Housing Network
Debbie Humphry, Livingmaps
Barbara Brayshay, Livingmaps
Michael Edwards, Just Space
Ben Campkin, Urban Pamphleteer

In November 2016, the sixth edition of the 'Urban Pamphleteer' series was published - Open Source Housing Crisis – looking at how communication technologies can engage critically with the underlying logics of London’s rapidly escalating housing crisis. In this Urban Pamphleteer seminar we have invited Erin McElroy, co-founder of the San Francisco-based Anti-Eviction Mapping Project, to discuss how digital mapping can make visible what gentrification and displacement make invisible.


Jordan Rowe
+44 (0)20 3108 9402 | urbanlaboratory@ucl.ac.uk


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