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Dr. Alessandra Renzi

Associate Professor, Communication Studies


Dr.  Alessandra Renzi
Office: L-CJ 4325 
Communication Studies and Journalism Building,
7141 Sherbrooke W.
Phone: (514) 848-2424 ext. 2548
Email: alessandra.renzi@concordia.ca
Website(s): http://repurposing-research.org

Education and Academic Positions

Assistant Professor in Emergent Media, Northeastern University

Postdoc, School of Information Studies and Center for 21stCentury Studies, University of Wisconsin

Postdoc, Infoscape Research Lab, Toronto Met University (formerly Ryerson University)

PhD, Humanities, Social Sciences & Social Justice Education,OISE, University of Toronto

BA/MA, North American Studies, Freie Universitaet Berlin

Areas of research

Dr. Renzi’s interdisciplinary work explores the linkages and relays between media, art and civic engagement through community-led research, ethnographic studies and media projects. She has studied pirate television networks in Italy, the surveillance of social movements in Canada after 9-11 and housing and data justice in Indonesia. Her current research investigates how society’s increasing reliance on platforms, algorithms and AI is changing urban landscapes and community organizing alike. She is the PI of a Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) Insight Grant titled "On the Margins of the Platform Economy: Community-led Responses to Technical Gentrification," with focus on Montreal's Parc Extension neighbourhood. 

Selected Publications

Books 


A. Renzi (2020) Hacked Transmissions: Technology and Connective Activism in Italy. Minneapolis: The University of Minnesota Press.


A. Renzi and Greg Elmer (2012) Infrastructure Critical: Sacrifice at Toronto’s G8/G20 Summit. Winnipeg: Arbiter Ring Publishing.


Book Chapters


Renzi, A. (2020) “Data Acquisition, Data Analytics and Data Articulations: DIY Accountability Tools and Resistance in Indonesia” in Traganau, G. (ed) Design and Political Dissent: Spaces, Objects, Materiality, New York: Routledge.


Renzi, A. and Langlois, G. (2015) “Data / Activism” Compromised Data: From social media to Big Data, Elmer, G. et al. (eds.), London: Bloomsbury, pp. 202–225.


Other Publications


Renzi A. and Parc Extension Anti-Eviction Mapping Project “MIL façons de se faire évincer: L’ Université de Montréal et la gentrification à Parc-extension | The University of Montreal and gentrification in Park Extension,” Report, 3 June 2020 https://antievictionmontreal.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/MIL-fa%C3%A7ons-de-se-faire-%C3%A9vincer-LUniversit%C3%A9-de-Montr%C3%A9al-et-la-gentrification-%C3%A0-Parc-Extension.pdf


A. Renzi, (2017) "Entangled Data: Modelling and Resistance in the Megacity," Open! Platform for Arts, Culture and the Public Domain. T/A/S Issue. http://www.onlineopen.org/entangled-data-modelling-and-resistance-in-the-megacity



Selected Data Visualization


Art of the March: A Documentary Project on the 2017 Boston Women March, with Dietmar Offenhuber and Nathan Felde, 2018, http://artofthemarch.boston/


Why Jakarta Floods, Co-designed information visualization posters with the Urban Poor Consortium and Skye Moret Ferguson. Jakarta, September 2016.


Selected Video Production

The Ciliwung Institute - Jakarta, Indonesia, directed by Alessandra Renzi. Documentary, digital, color, 5 min., USA/Canada/Indonesia, 2016. In The Shoreline Project, produced by Elizabeth Miller. 

Preempting Dissent, Policing the Crisis, directed by Greg Elmer and Any Opel. Produced by Boaz Beeri, Steven James May, Alessandra Renzi. Documentary, digital, color, 41 min., Canada, 2014.



 



Teaching activities

COMS 276 Communication Media: Sound I

COMS 882 Communication, Democracy, and Power

COMS 642/893 Autonomia — The Italian Laboratory for Marxist and Feminist Theory and Practice     

COMS 506 In The Field  

COMS 646/886 Alternative Media

COMS 412/512 Discourses of Dissent

 



Research activities

Research Funding

2021/04 - 2024/03 On the Margins of the Platform Economy: Community-led Responses to Technical Gentrification, Social Sciences & Humanities Research Council (SSHRC), Insight Grants, ($93,410 CAD), Primary Investigator with Tamara Vukov (External Co-Investigator), Fenwick Mckelvey (Collaborator), Norma Rantisi (Collaborator)
 
2020 - 2022 The digital Divides: The Impact of Montreal’s AI Ecosystems on Parc Extension: Housing,Environment and Access to Services' Concordia Office of Community Engagement Anchor Point Funding, ($80,000 CAD), Primary Investigator with Fenwick Mckelvey and Norma Rantisi

2019/5 - 2022/5 Mamabase-Insu^tv: participatory community media for civic engagement and memory preservation,” Social Sciences & Humanities Research Council, SSHRC Partnership Engage Grant, ($24,916 CAD), Primary Investigator

2019/4 - 2021/4 More Than Data and Algorithms: The Place of the Human in Smart Climate Adaptation, Office of The Vice-President, Research And Graduate Studies Individual Seed Program ($7,000 CAD), Primary Investigator



Publications

Collectif de chercheur-euse-s et militant-e-s (Alessandra Renzi, Tamara Vukov, Emanuel Guay, Sepideh Shahamati, Yannick Baumann, Simone Chen, et Montserrat Emperador Badimon) (2022). "Le BigData contre le droit à un chez-soi? Le secteur de l’intelligence artificielle et l’embourgeoisement de Parc-Extension" Revue de la Ligue des droitset libertés, Printemps/Été 2022.

Renzi, A. with Digital Divides Project. (2022) Digital Divides – The Impact of Montreal’s AI Ecosystems on Parc Extension: Housing, Environment and Access to Services. CBAR Network in Parc-Extension: April 2022.
https://communityactionresearchparcex.ca/projects/digital-divides-the-impact-of-montreals-ai-ecosystems-on-parc-extension-housing-environment-and-access-to-services-april-2022/

Renzi, A. with Fossés numérique (2022)– Les répercussions des écosystèmes d’IA de Montréal sur Parc Extension : logement, environnement, et accés auxservices. Réseau CBAR dans Parc-Extension: April 2022. https://communityactionresearchparcex.ca/projects/digital-divides-the-impact-of-montreals-ai-ecosystems-on-parc-extension-housing-environment-and-access-to-services-april-2022/

Renzi, A. (2020) “Data Acquisition, Data Analytics and Data Articulations: DIY Accountability Tools and Resistance in Indonesia” in Traganau, G. (ed) Design and Political Dissent: Spaces, Objects, Materiality, NewYork: Routledge.

Renzi, A. with Parc Extension Anti-Eviction Mapping Project “(2020) MIL façons de se faire évincer: L’ Université de Montréal et la gentrification à Parc-extension| The University of Montreal and gentrification in Park Extension,” Report, 3 June 2020 https://antievictionmontreal.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/MIL-fa%C3%A7ons-de-se-faire-%C3%A9vincer-LUniversit%C3%A9-de-Montr%C3%A9al-et-la-gentrification-%C3%A0-Parc-Extension.pdf

Renzi, A. (2020) Hacked Transmissions: Technology and Connective Activism in Italy, Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press. 

Renzi, A., Aaron Vansintjan, Emanuel Guay, Tamara Vukov and Vijay Kolinjivadi (2020)“Universities can squeeze out low-income residents in cities like Montréal” March 8, 2020, https://theconversation.com/universities-can-squeeze-out-low-income-residents-in-cities-like-montreal-131834

Renzi, A. (2019) “Telestreet – Pirates of the Airwaves” in Coleman Gabriella et al.(eds.) Hack_Curio: Decoding the Cultures of Hacking. https://hackcur.io/telestreet-pirates-of-the-airwaves/.

Renzi, A. (2018) “Jakarta: social and housing justice should not be a gamble on global market’s table,” The Conversation, January 30, 2018. https://bit.ly/2F7MMMH

Renzi, A. (2018) “Jakarta should not turn to mass evictions as part of city planning for economic success,The Independent, London, UK, Saturday 3 February 2018 (Republished from The Conversation). https://bit.ly/2FcK4FS 

Renzi, A. (2018) “Jakarta: keadilan sosial dan perumahan jangan jadi taruhan di pasar keuangan global,” The Conversation Indonesia30 January 2018.  https://bit.ly/2FjR3Nj

Renzi, A. (2018) “Rumah di Jakarta dan Pertaruhan di PasarKeuangan Global,” Koran Sulindo, 4 February 2018, (Republished from The Conversation Indonesia) https://bit.ly/2SK0P36

Renzi, A. (2018) “Penggusuran di Jakarta:Keadilan dan Peradilan Sosial Seharusnya Tak Dipertaruhkan di Pasar Global,” Matamata Politik, February 10, 2018. (Republished from The Conversation Indonesia) https://bit.ly/2u8tmoB

Renzi, A. (2017) “Entangled Data: Modelling and Resistance in the Megacity,” Open! Platform for Arts, Culture and the Public Domain. T/A/S Issue. http://www.onlineopen.org/entangled-data-modelling-and-resistance-in-the-megacity.

Renzi, A. and Langlois, G. (2015) “Data /Activism” Elmer, G. et al. (eds.) Compromised Data: From social media to Big Data, London: Bloomsbury, pp. 202–225.

Renzi, A. (2015) “Info-capitalism, platform politics and the coding of resistance,” Interface. Journal for and about Social Movements, Volume 7, Issue 3 – November 2015, http://www.interfacejournal.net.

Renzi, A., and Greg Elmer (2013) “Property Must Be Defended. Investing in the Bio-political City-Sacrifice” Theory,Culture & Society, September2013; vol. 30, 5: pp. 45-69.

Renzi, A. (2013) “On the Currency of Somatic Architectures of Exchange – Interview with New Media Artist Ricardo Dominguez,” Scapegoat: architecture/landscape/political economy. Issue 5, Currency, January 2013,pp. 321–334.

Renzi, A., and Greg Elmer (2012) Infrastructure Critical: Sacrifice at Toronto’s G8/G20Summit. Winnipeg: Arbiter Ring Publishing.

Renzi, A. and R. Buiani (2012)“Activism beyond the Interface: notes on an itinerant production lab” E-fagia (ed.) Subversive Technologies, Digital Event ’11 Toronto Catalogue, pp. 3–5. 

Renzi, A. (2011) “What Is the Politics of Platform Politics?” Television & New Media. Volume 12, Issue 5 September 2011,pp. 483–485.

Renzi, A. (2010) “Of Scapegoats and Garbage in Naples: a review of a collaborative documentary,” Scapegoat: architecture/landscape/political economy Issue 00,Property, December 2010, pp. 22–23.

Renzi, A. and L. Kane (2009) “To Be Done With The Boredom Of The Bus: A Radio Play,” Inflexions: a journal of research creation. Issue 3, Oct. 2009, Montreal: The Sense Lab. Http://www.senselab.ca/inflexions/volume_3/tangents/toronto/WAIT.pdf 

Renzi, A. (2008) “Switches, Meshworks and Squatted Spaces: Fragmented Thoughts on Activist Research” Frank Eckardt et al. (eds.)

 MEDIACITY: Situations, Practices and Encounters, Berlin: Franke &Timme, pp. 197–223.

Renzi, A. (2008) “The Space of Tactical Media,” Megan Boler (ed). Tactics in Hard Times: Practices and Spaces of New Media. Cambridge:MIT Press, pp. 71–100.

Renzi, A. (2008) “Tactical Media Pattern” Doug, Schuler (ed.). Liberating Voices! A Pattern Language for Communication Revolution.Boston: MIT Press, pp. 505–6.

Anand,S., Renzi, A. and M. Boler (2008) “Media Interventions and Art Practices:Interview with Shaina Anand” Megan Boler (ed). Digital Media and Democracy: Tactics in Hard Times. Cambridge: MIT Press, pp. 323–341.

Renzi, A and S. Turpin (2007) “Nothing Fails Like Prayer: Why the Cult of San Precario is More Dangerous than Religion” Fuse Magazine. Art Culture Politics, issue 25/2007, pp. 25–35.

Renzi, A. (2006) “DiscoVolante Tv: volontà di espressione tra cultura e politica” Inchiesta, XXXVI: 152, Aprile - Giugno2006, Bari: Edizioni Dedalo, pp. 75–80.

Renzi, A. (2004) “Identity and Transculture in VICE VERSA,” Collegium Antropologicum: 28(1) 2004, pp. 109–113.  

 


Data Visualization

Data Visualization

With Parc Extension Anti-Eviction Mapping “Community Displacement Map” and Community Power Map” https://antievictionmontreal.org/en/maps/ 2021

Alessandra Renzi, Dietmar Offenhuber and Nathan Felde, Art of the March: A Documentary Project, 2017-18, http://artofthemarch.boston/ 

Alessandra Renzi, Skye Moret Ferguson, The Urban Poor Consortium. Why Jakarta Floods, multimedia posters and teaching modules Jakarta, September 2016. 

Alessandra Renzi, Skye Moret Ferguson, The Urban Poor Consortium. Real vs. Ideal Solutions, multimedia posters and teaching modules Jakarta, September 2016

Invited Talks & Keynotes

Public lecture. The Feminist and Accessible Publishing, Communications, and Technologies Speaker Series, McGill University, Winter 2021.

Conference Keynote. Annual Graduate Interdisciplinary Conference (AGIC), Department of Religions and Cultures, Concordia University, February 2021.

Expert panel on sustainable activism. McMUN 2020, 31st McGill Model United Nations Forum, January 23, 2020.

Public Lecture,  “Data-bodies in Co-research,” Art, Activism and Technopolitics Talks and Workshops series, 5 Dec. 2019, Leuphana University, Lüneburg, Germany.

Talk, “In Media We Trust,” Symposium Media& Paranoia Media& Paranoia - New Attentional Forms, Concordia University, Montreal, April 25–27, 2019.

Conference keynote, “Mining For Meaning With Humans At The Center,” From Facts to Insights: Wisdom in the Digital Age - Enterprising Culture, Canadian Film Center Media Lab, Toronto, October12, 2018.

Conference keynote, “Media Mattering in the Milieu,” For Whom the Medium Matters III, McLuhan Institute, University of Toronto, April27, 2018.

Panel, “On the materiality of tear gas and atmospheric policing” Author Meets the Critics: Anna Feigenbaum's Tear Gas from the Battlefields of WW1 to the Streets of Today (Verso 2017), American Association of Geographers Annual Meeting, New Orleans, USA, April 13, 2018.

Lecture,“Putting the Body into the Data: Notes from Jakarta,” Feminist Media Studio 5-à-7Open Studio Speaker Series, Concordia University, Montreal, QC, February28, 2018.

Conference keynote, “The Entanglements and Response-abilities of Media Today,” The Rundle Summit, Banff, AL, February 23 - 25, 2018.

Webinar panel, “The Data of Social Justice” Geothink & Learn 5, Geothink.ca, Jan. 26, 2018.

Panel, “Preparing journalists to “co-create”: Working with the communities they serve in reporting the news,” Conversations: New frameworks for public discourse, Northeastern University, March 31, 2017.

Public lecture, “Why Jakarta Floods,” Food for Thought CAMD Research Series, Northeastern University, Jan31, 2017.

Seminar lecture, “Data in the Megacity: Jakarta’s urban poor struggle against evictions,” The SoMe Seminar Series: Social Movements and Media Technologies / Present Challenges, Future Developments, Centre For Global Media and Democracy at Goldsmiths, University of London and the Centre on Social Movement Studies, Scuola Normale Superiore, 17-18 November 2016, Florence, Italy. 

Round table, “The Significance of Autonomist ­Marxist Research for Media Theory and Communication Studies,” Union for Democratic Communication Conference, Detroit, MI, September 29-October 1, 2016.

Workshop, “Technology/ Affect / Space: A workshop exploring the politics and aesthetics of affect space,” with E. Kluitenberg, L. Baladi and S. Costanza-Chock. Art, Culture and Technology, MIT, April 6, 2016.

Symposium lecture, “Surveillance Artivism: Performing the Data Body,” Images of Surveillance: The Politics, Economics, and Aesthetics of Surveillance Societies, Goethe Institute, NYC, December 6, 2015.

Public lecture, “Connecting media activism- From pirate TV to social networks,” AHCS Research Forum The Craft of Scholarship, Mc Gill University, April 15, 2015.

Panel,“Art in the Age of Surveillance” Vera List Center for the Arts and Politics, The New School, NYC, November 16, 2014.

Public lecture, “Repurposing Media: Pathways for Research Creation” PLASMA Public Lecture in Media Art, Department of Media Study at SUNY Buffalo, April 21, 2014.

Brown Bag Talk, “Criminalization of Dissent after the Financial Crisis” Department of Geography, Concordia University, Montreal, March 1, 2013.

Panel, “Occupy Innovation? A Round table on Open Source Tactics and Technologies” Rutgers University, NJ, February 21,2013.

Public lecture, “Protests and Multi-Issue Extremism: Reassessing Knowledge Categories in Post-Crisis Security” School of Information Studies, University of Wisconsin Milwaukee,November 2, 2012.

Public lecture “The Sandbox Project” with R. Buiani, Hemispheric Institute of Performance & Politics, New York University, New York, September 13, 2012.

Public Lecture “Activism behind the Interface: The Sandbox Project” with R. Buiani, Transmediale Festival 2012, Berlin,Germany, February 5, 2012.

Panel, “Alternative Media and the G20,” with G20 Alt Media Centre, York University, Toronto, Canada, November 11, 2010.

Panel, “Gender, Feminism& Sexuality in Media Education” Media Education Working Group, OISE, University of Toronto, Canada, March 8, 2010.

Public lecture, “Repurposing research: from pirate television to connective ethnography,” Infoscape Research Lab Speakers Series, Ryerson University, Toronto, Canada, January 15, 2010.

Public lecture “Introducing…PirateTVs in Europe and the environmental struggles in Southern Italy,” with Insu^tv/Telestreet, Department of Communication, Wilfried Laurier University,Waterloo, Canada, October 28, 2009.

 

Conference Presentations

with Janna Frenzel “Activist ecosystems vs AI ecosystems”, Gentrification and Data Power in Parc-Extension, Montreal, Data Power Conference 2022, 22-24 June 2022, online

“The limits of an AI ecosystem,” Thinking the Limits: AI Ethics/AI Unbound, Society for Social Studies of Science (4S) Annual Meeting, Toronto, 6-9 October, 2021

“Data and Justice in Jakarta,” Activating Context: Data Ethics, Data Sovereignty, Data Justice, Society for Social Studies of Science (4S) Annual Meeting, New Orleans, USA, September 4-7, 2019.

“Research creation in politically fraught contexts” American Association of Geographers Annual Meeting, New Orleans, USA, April 13, 2018

“Models for resistance and data power in Jakarta,” Data Power 2017 Conference, Carleton University,Ottawa, ON, Canada, June 22nd & 23rd, 2017.

“Why Jakarta Floods,” Visualizing for Justice - Creative, Critical and Contestational Mapping,Emerson College, April 5, 2017.

“Tactical Preservation: The Accidental Archive of the Boston Women’s March,” with Dietmar Offenhuber and Nathan Felde, NULab Spring Conference - Keeping the Public Sphere Open, Northeastern University, March 24, 2017.

“Post-media activism in transition,” Union for Democratic Communication Conference,Detroit, MI, September 29-October 1, 2016.

“From Organizing Labour to the Labour of Organizing,” Labour Messaging: Practices of Autonomous Communication, International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR) 2015, Montreal,Canada, July12-16, 2015.

“Nonhuman Solidarities: The Impact of Crowdsourcing on Media Activism and Hacktivism,” with Marco Deseriis, Digital Labor: Sweatshops, Picket Lines, And Barricades, The New School, New York City, USA, November 14-16, 2014.

“From the Factory to the Network: The Legacy of Autonomist Co-Research for Activist Media Scholarship,” Philosophy,Theory and Critique, International Communication Association (ICA) Seattle,USA, May 23rd, 2014.

“Data /Activism,” with Ganaele Langlois, Compromised Data: New paradigms in social media theory and methods, Ryerson University, Toronto,Canada, October 28-29, 2013.

“The Biopolitics of Sacrifice: Securing Infrastructure at the G20 Summit,” with Greg Elmer. Philosophy, Theory and Critique,International Communication Association, London, UK, June 17-21, 2013.

“Criminalization of Media Activism,” The Hemispheric Institute of Performance and Politics, 8th Encuentro: Cities | Bodies |Action: The Politics of Passion in the Americas, Activism Beyond Citizenship and the State Working Group, Sao Paulo, Brazil, January 15- 19, 2012.

“Platfomativity - Media Making in an Age of Collaboration,” Platform Politics, Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge, U.K., May 12-13,2011.

“Infrastructure Must be Defended,”Foucault/Deleuze: A Neo-Liberalism Diagram, Ryerson University, Toronto, Canada, March 8-9, 2011.

“Alternative Media and the G20” Panel with G20 Alt Media Centre, York University, Toronto,Canada, November 11, 2010.

“Pirate Collectives, Network Connectives and the Repurposing of the Social,” Network Politics: Objects, Subjects and New Political Affects, Ryerson University, Toronto, Canada, October 22-23, 2010.

Gender, Feminism & Sexuality in Media Education” Panel,Media Education Working Group, OISE, University of Toronto, Canada, March 8, 2010.

“Repurposing research: from pirate television to connective ethnography” Speakers Series, Infoscape Research Lab, Ryerson University, Toronto, Canada, January 15, 2010.


Socially Engaged Art

Public Engagement and Performance Art

Projects

Tell: Detroit, with Broken City Lab etal. Digital Storytelling Project,Detroit, MI, Mercantile Factory, 16 March 2013. 

Activism Beyond the Interface: The Sandbox Project, Multimedia Project #6, with Roberta Buiani. The Hemispheric Institute of Performance and Politics, 8th Encuentro: Cities | Bodies |Action: The Politics of Passion in the Americas, Universidade de São Paulo, SESC Vila Mariana, 12-19 January 2013, São Paulo, Brazil.

Activism Beyond the Interface: The Sandbox Project, Multimedia Project #5, with Roberta Buiani. DysTorpia New Media Series, Queens Museum of Art,Queens, NY, 14-15 September 2012.

Activism Beyond the Interface: The Sandbox Project, Multimedia Project #4, with Roberta Buiani. Technoscience as Activism, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI), Troy, NY, 27 June - 29 June 2012. 

Activism Beyond the Interface: The Sandbox Project, Multimedia Project #3, with Roberta Buiani. Artivistic 2012: Promiscuous Infrastructures, SKOL Gallery, Montreal, Canada, 4 April 2012. 

Activism Beyond the Interface: The Sandbox Project, Multimedia Project #2, with Roberta Buiani. Festival Transmediale 2012, Berlin, Germany, February 2, 2012.

The Institute for Community Inquiry, with Eugenio Salas, Centre for Incidental Activisms, Art Gallery of York University, 13 January – 19 March 2011. 

Activism Beyond the Interface: The Sandbox Project, Multimedia Project #1, with Roberta Buiani. E-fagia,Digital Event ’11: Subversive Technology, Toronto Free Gallery, Toronto, 1 October 2012. 


Performance for other projects

The Trial, concept by Rossella Biscotti, E-flux Gallery, 11-12 May2013, New York City. https://www.e-flux.com/program/65087/rossella-biscotti-the-trial/

Autonets:We Already Know and We Don’t Yet Know, by Micha Cárdenas, The Hemispheric Institute of Performance and Politics, 8th Encuentro: Cities | Bodies | Action: The Politics of Passion in the Americas, Universidade de São Paulo, SESC Vila Mariana, 12-19 January 2013, São Paulo, Brazil. 

 


Media Appearances

CBC, Erika Morris. “Montreal Non-Profits Are Buying up Apartments to Keep RentsLow | CBC News.” CBC, May 28, 2022. https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/montreal/montreal-non-profit-housing-groups-1.6468974.

Le Devoir, McKenna, Alain. “L’ IA montréalaise accusée d’exacerber la crise du logement dans Parc-Extension.” May 5, 2022. https://www.ledevoir.com/economie/707373/logement-l-ia-montrealaise-accusee-d-exacerber-la-crise-du-logement-dans-parc-extension.

Boston Public Radio, Callie Crossley, “Preserving the Present: Efforts To Archive Ongoing BLM Protests.” Under the Radar with Callie Crossley. National: WGBH Boston Public Radio, October 16, 2020. https://www.wgbh.org/news/national-news/2020/10/16/preserving-the-present-efforts-to-archive-ongoing-blm-protests.

Global News, City of Montreal buys Hutchison Plaza in Parc-Ex for social housing” September 10, 2020 https://globalnews.ca/news/7325665/city-of-montreal-hutchison-place-social-housing/

Global News, “Montreal buys Prac-Extension building for social housing” September 10, 2020 https://globalnews.ca/video/rd/1b8eb6e6-f388-11ea-a0a4-0242ac110003/?jwsource=cl

Le Devoir, Aurélie Lanctot, “La naissance d’un quartier,” 10 Julliet 2020 https://www.ledevoir.com/opinion/chroniques/582209/la-naissance-d-un-quartier

Le Devoir, Jeanne Corriveau, “Embourgeoisement de Parc-Extension: le campus MIL montré du doigt,” 3 juin 2020 https://www.ledevoir.com/societe/580081/embourgeoisement-de-parc-extension-le-campus-mil-montre-du-doigt

CTV News, “Newcampus changes face of Park Extension. A new Universite de Montreal complex is changing the face of the diverse Park Extension neighbourhood, community groups say,” 3 June 2020) https://montreal.ctvnews.ca/video?clipId=1970617

Journalde Montreal, Guillaume Cyr, “Le prix des logementscontinue de bondir dans Parc-Ex,” 3 juin 2020 https://www.journaldemontreal.com/2020/06/03/campus-mil-le-prix-des-logements-continue-de-bondir-dans-parc-ex

Journal Metro, Zacharie Goudreault, “Parc-Extension: hausse des évictions et desloyers en raison du campus MIL,” 3 juin 2020 https://journalmetro.com/actualites/montreal/2457648/parc-extension-hausse-des-evictions-et-des-loyers-en-raison-du-campus-mil/

Park Extension News, Avleen K. Mokha, “UdM campus threatens housing and community in Park Extension, report says.” June 3, 2020 http://www.px-news.com/park-extension-anti-eviction-mapping-project-universite-de-montreal-mil-campus-housing-community-threat/

Link Newspaper, Marcus Bankuti, “Activists Urge UdeM to Mitigate Harms to Park Ex ‘Studentification’ of Neighbourhood Threatens Low-Income Residents,” June 5,2020 https://thelinknewspaper.ca/article/activists-urge-udem-to-mitigate-harms-to-park-ex

Radio Canada International, Paloma Martínez “Projet de cartographie anti-éviction dans un quartier défavorisé de Montréal,” 15 juin 2020 https://www.rcinet.ca/fr/2020/06/15/projet-de-cartographie-anti-eviction-dans-un-quartier-defavorise-de-montreal/

Archival Fever Podcast:“Interview with Dr. Alessandra Renzi and Dr. Dietmar Offenhuber,” Episode 2:Bonus Interview. January 21, 2018. https://soundcloud.com/user-302920545-578515930/episode-2-bonus-interview

Boston Neighborhood Network, “Vision is Power!” BNN News, February 8, 2018 at 1 p.m.

WBUR-Boston’s National Public Radio: “You Can Now See The Posters From Boston’s Women’s March Online,” The ARTery, http://www.wbur.org/artery/2018/01/22/womens-march-poster-archive, January 22, 2018

The Boston Globe: “Digital archive of signs from last year’s Boston Women’s March now available online” https://bit.ly/39FkZkN, January 21, 2018

WBUR-Boston’sNational Public Radio: “Under the Radar: Are Protest Signs And Mementos Meaningful Trash Or Historical Treasures?” Under The Radar with Callie Crossley, https://www.wgbh.org/news/under-the-radar-with-callie-crossley, January 19, 2018

The Boston Globe: “Volunteers begin to sort through signs from Women’s March,” 
https://bit.ly/37ziLl5, April 1, 2017
The Boston Globe: “PHOTOS: In South Boston, a warehouse full of signs. More than two months after the Women’s March,volunteers catalogued more than a thousand signs.”
https://bit.ly/37DcG7m, April 1, 2017

The Boston Globe: “Archivists will sort through signs from the Boston Women’s March this weekend https://bit.ly/2ZOdjrY, March 29, 2017

The Atlantic: “What Happens to Those Handmade Posters From the Women’s Marches,” https://www.theatlantic.com/education/archive/2017/01/what-happens-to-those-handmade-posters-from-the-womens-marches/514373/ (Jan. 25, 2017).
All Things Considered on WGBH: “Saving The Signs From Boston's Women's March,” http://news.wgbh.org/2017/01/23/local-news/listen-saving-signs-bostons-womens-march (Jan. 23, 2017)
Bustle: “What Happens To All The Women’s March Signs Now? These Professors Are Preserving The Boston March's Signs For An Important Reason,”http://huntnewsnu.com/2017/02/qa-professors-preserve-womens-march-signs/(Jan. 25, 2017).

The Huntington News: “Q&A:Professors preserve Women’s March signs,” http://huntnewsnu.com/2017/02/qa-professors-preserve-womens-march-signs/(Jan. 25, 2017).

The Chronicle of Higher Education: “In Discarded Women’s March Signs, Professors Saw a Chance to Save History,” http://www.chronicle.com/article/In-Discarded-Women-s-March/238987(Jan. 24, 2017)

E-commerce Times: “Twitter Cards Users Get to Play With a Full Analytics Deck,” http://www.ecommercetimes.com/story/79860.html (Jan. 27, 2014).

ECT News Network:Vivian Wagner, “Portrait of the Artist as a Social Media Fan,” http://www.ectnews.com/perl/section/vivian_wagner/ (December 28,2013).

CKUT25 radio (90.3 FM): “Criminalization of Dissent after the Financial Crisis,” Live streaming of brown bag talk, http://ckut.ca/c/ (March 8, 2013).

 

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