Public Event: CPCC Seminar: Geographies, Alternatives Cartographies: Crime Mapping And The Prefiguration Of Disposability

  • Christine Rose Ackerley School of Communication, Simon Fraser University

Abstract

In this seminar Dr. Burman will discuss her research on online crime mapping, with a particular focus on how the LA Times' maps narrate the lives and deaths of the Black women killed by Lonnie Franklin Jr. 

The event will be held at on October 7, 2016, from 5PM-7PM at Harbour Centre room 1520. 

This event is organized by the Centre for Policy Studies on Culture and Communities and the School of Communication; and co-sponsored by SFU’s Vancity Community Engagement Office, the Institute of Humanities, the Department of English and Kwantlen Polytechnic University’s Social Justice Centre. 

Please see the attached poster for details.

How to Cite
Ackerley, C. (1). Public Event: CPCC Seminar: Geographies, Alternatives Cartographies: Crime Mapping And The Prefiguration Of Disposability. Stream: Interdisciplinary Journal of Communication, 8(2), 1 pg. Retrieved from https://journals.sfu.ca/stream/index.php/stream/article/view/209