Queer Urban Geographies is a one-day, multi-disciplinary exploration of the social dimensions of urban space as it relates to identity, sexuality, perception and community. Themes of mapping, memory, sensing and embodiment will be interrogated in order to reveal new perspectives and afford emerging possibilities. This one-day conference will introduce a larger workshop at Parsons the New School for Design that will produce collaborative and psychogeographic maps and representations along a series of design probes.


Saturday, April 6th, 2013
9:30am – 5:30pm, The New School, Teresa Lang Center, 55 W 13th St, 2nd fl.Parsons The New School For Design

Co-Organized by:

Jane Pirone, Asst Professor of Communication Design &
Jess Irish, Asst Professor of Design & Technology

Supported by: Parsons School of Art, Media & Technology

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