"Design X Intersectional feminism" Panel by Yvonne Riaño and Maya Ober
18.10.2021,17:00

Online

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The Critical Urbanisms Lecture Series this fall will be held online via Zoom. The first session features Yvonne Riaño" & "Maya Ober" contributions on design, intersectional feminism, and activism, influencing and reframing urban understandings in the twenty-first century.

Yvonne Riaño lecture titled "Feminist Participatory 'Minga' Methodology and the Question of Power in Urban Research." will discuss the possibilities and constraints of the feminist participatory 'Minga' approach as a Critical method for critical urbanism.

Maya Ober lecture titled "Feminist Practices in-between: Bridging Activism and Design" will discuss her latest activism/designer/research work within the non-profit design research platforms she co-founded, "Futuress" (a feminist platform for design politics) and "depatriarchise design" (a design research platform with manifold investigative and activist practices rooted in intersectional feminism.

This year, the series will offer a new pedagogical format in which CU students will be the moderators of the panel discussions and serve as the first interlocutors with our guests.

Please note that this will be a virtual lecture via Zoom. Click here to Register

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the Lecture/Panel series.


Part of series:
Critical Urbanisms: Current Debates - Fall 2021

The Critical Urbanisms Lecture Series is an online public colloquium that will be held via Zoom during this Fall semester. The series features the important contributions from scholars and practitioners whose works in design and intersectional feminism, activism, climate change and Black urbanism are influencing and reframing understandings of the urban in the twenty-first century. The series will explore and debate the different dynamics that shape cities and how cities in turn impact the course of locally situated and global phenomena. Most importantly, this year the series will offer a new pedagogical format in which CU students will be the moderators of the panel discussions and will serve as the first interlocutors with our guests.