Geohumanities & Curatorial Work
Geohumanities refers to transdisciplinary scholarship at the intersection of geography and the humanities. Stemming from my interests in social theory and border cultures, it incorporates my most recent explorations in research and teaching, and includes curatorial work in border art and culture. The entire ethos in these transdisciplinary spaces is devoted to crossing boundaries of many kinds: linguistic, geopolitical, artistic, theoretical, philosophical and methodological. This hybrid milieu has been an exhilarating and mind-opening journey, and is one reason I am devoting more time to art and cultural projects. Read more.
M.Dear. GeoHumanities, 2015, 1(1), 1-16.
A.Cascardi and M. Dear. BOOM, A Journal of California, 2016, 6(3), 5-10.
Film, Architecture, Politics: A conversation between Amos Gitai and Michael Dear with Marie-José Sanselme
Michael Dear. UC Berkeley CED Frameworks, Fall 2017.
Michael Dear y Ron Rael. Catálogo de exposiciones, August 1, 2018
Michael Dear and Ronald Rael, Exhibit Catalog, August 1, 2018