Ph.D. Candidate Julian Barr Featured in Going Public Podcast Episode 6:"Politics of Memory"

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In Ep. 6 of Going Public: Reimagining the PhD, Geography Ph.D. Candidate Julian Barr discusses the affordances and limits of various digital platforms, the ways in which the dissertation form might shift to integrate public scholarship, and how a walking tour can powerfully excavate gentrified spaces, subordinated knowledges, and competing memories through his project, “Pioneer Square and the Making of Queer Seattle." “Pioneer Square and the Making of Queer Seattle” is a public project that transforms a walking tour of the Pioneer Square neighborhood—originally created by The Northwest Lesbian and Gay History Museum Project (NWGLHMP)—into a digital project.

Download related public scholarship seminar syllabi, view the gallery of Barr’s project & listen the full episode at the link below.

Going Public: Reimagining the PhD Podcast