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Projections 13 - Conscripting Climate: Environmental Risk + Defensive Urbanism. Co-editor with Hannah Teicher.
One strain of my research is concerned with nearshore harbor planning, especially dredging plans, and the interaction of stakeholders and their competing framings of their environmental interests in these planning processes. At the other end of the spectrum of marine geographies in both spatial proximity to shore and in scale, I am investigating the emergence of spatial planning regimes in the high seas.
Marine Spatial Planning in Areas Beyond National Jurisdiction (ongoing).
Harbor-making Practices in the Port of Boston (2016).
Civilizing the Desert: the Nature of Planning in the Northern Negev (2014-15).
"Revisiting the Endless Appetite: Phronesis and High Seas Marine Spatial Planning,” MARE Conference 2017, People and the Sea, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, July 6, 2017
Conscripting Climate: Ecological Risk and Defensive Urbanism, Symposium co-organizer, MIT Department of Urban Studies and Planning, April 4, 2017
Participation in Marine Ecosystem-based Management, Panel series organizer, American Association of Geography Annual Meeting, Boston, MA, April 8, 2017
“Harbor-making practices in the Port of Boston,” American Association of Geography Annual Meeting, Boston, MA, April 8, 2017
“The Epistemic Region: Knowledge + Scale in the Northeast Ocean Planning Process,” American Association of Geography Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, March 31, 2016
Aerometries (2013). Digital Atlanta 2013, with Virginia Byers, drone and multimedia art installation.
Phototaxis (2013). Flux Night 2013, with Virginia Byers, robotics and multimedia art installation.
Easy Picking (2012). Art on the Beltline 2012, with Virginia Byers, multimedia installation.
Drone experiments, with Virginia Byers.
David Ritz Finkelstein (2016), website.
Book cover concepts (2013), with Virginia Byers.