Dec 5–6

Not Unmappable: Expressing Indigenous geographies with cartographic language

Mapping the Unmappable? African hunter-gatherer relations with their environment and cartography 

Universität zu Köln / Fritz Thyssen Stiftung

Nov 16


A Studio in the Woods

Oct 10

Artist Salon with Margaret Pearce 

A Studio in the Woods

Oct 1–Nov 15

Artist in Residence, A Studio in the Woods

Sept 11

Mississippi Dialogues:

Indigenizing a map about Mississippi River flooding


Tinta Wita Tipi

Sept 1–30

Artist in Residence, the Anderson Center

July 2–Aug 31

Mississippi River

June 2–July 1


May 17

One Place Because of Another: 

Mapping Indigenous Geographies

Keynote speaker

First Annual Research Symposium

Center for Native American and Indigenous Research

Northwestern University

May 6

Re/mapping Indigenous and Afro-descendent Geographies

in the Americas

A conversation about collaborative cartography with

Margaret Pearce

Kelly Wisecup

Andrew Britt

April 24–May 31

2019 Artist in Residence

Center for Native American and Indigenous Research

Northwestern University


March 25–April 19

Writers Fellowship, Art Omi

Omi, NY

March 22

(Re-) Visualizing Indigenous Pasts, Presents, and Futures

Huntington Library / University of Southern California

March 9–May 5

Coming Home map and Diagrams of Power exhibition travel to Onomatopee Gallery, Eindhoven, The Netherlands.

January 16–17

Cartography and the Representation of Atrocity:

Examples from Indigenous genocide 


Visualization & the Holocaust: A Symposium,

Duke University

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