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Environmental Psych Students Represent at Critical Geography Conference!

From left to right, Do Lee, Reilly Wilson, Shelley Buchbinder, Kristen Hackett, Hannah Jaicks, and Bryce DuBois.  James Sevitt also attended.

From left to right, Do Lee, Reilly Wilson, Shelley Buchbinder, Kristen Hackett, Hannah Jaicks, and Bryce DuBois. James Sevitt also attended.

Environmental psychology students made a wide presence this past weekend at the Critical Geography Conference at Temple University in Philadelphia.  Students presented on a range of topics including: the production of cumulative irresponsibility in neoliberal streetscapes and a proposal for reconstructing shared collective responsibility for more equitable streetscapes for all users, how the broad spectrum of people in New York City and London grappling with, resisting, working and reproducing the fantasy of the good life, and a five person panel that examined the role of power in narratives across the spectrum of field research (developing the research question, interacting with participants, and power in the narratives of one’s participants).

 

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