March 15, 2021 | 4:00 pm
- March 15, 2021 | 5:00 pm
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In this roundtable discussion, three invited panelists will use The Address Book as a launch point for a broader discussion about how addresses and other place markers provide, or withhold, access to power and mobility. Treating specific case studies, panelists will suggest strategies that have been, and might yet be, employed to navigate or otherwise redress inequities that place markers of various kinds demarcate.
- Christy Pottroff, Assistant Professor of English, Boston College
- Eunice Toh, Graduate Student in English and African American and Diaspora Studies, Penn State
- Ashley Marie Cashion, Strategic Partnerships Director, USA, what3words
- Robbin Degeratu, Administrative Director, Centre County Library & Historical Museum
Following the panelists’ opening statements there will be ample time for questions and answer with the audience.