Jan. 7, 2021

Mapping at the Harvard GSD

This semester, I’m joining the Harvard Graduate School of Design as a Visiting Lecturer in Landscape Architecture. (Don’t worry DUSP! I’m still here. I’m just wearing two hats this spring.) I’ll be teaching Mapping: Geographic Representation and Speculation, a course that Robert Gerard Pietrusko has built into something of an institution at the GSD. While retaining much of the structure, I’ll be bringing a feminist lens to the course, emphasizing questions of positionality and the active role of representation in making and remaking codes, cartographies, and categories.

Syllabus for the course is attached to this post.

Poster for Mapping: Geographic Representation and Speculation, by Author.

  • Eric Robsky Huntley
  • ehuntley@mit.edu
  • They/them/theirs.*

  • Eric Robsky Huntley is a Lecturer in Urban Science and Planning in the Department of Urban Studies and Planning at MIT where they maintain affiliations with the Data + Feminism Lab and the Healthy Neighborhoods Study. They also serve as a Lecturer in Landscape Architecture at the Harvard Graduate School …