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Memory Map Locates Town-Gown Bridge


“On the Collective Memory Map, anyone with a pen could claim authority in defining the unlabeled streets of the city.  the resulting diagram revealed the places in New Haven that are especially meaningfuly to each participant, from Popeye’s on Whalley to the old English Station power plant building to the ‘Yale Business School.’”  

Urban Research Round Robin


Yale School of Architecture students in Arch 4219, Urban Research & Representation, create 9 research-based and participatory exhibits for a public in the Community Room of the Ives Main Branch of the New Haven Free Public Library, 133 Elm Street; plus a shared exhibit, the Collective Memory Map.  Participants get a stamp at each station and fill out the Passport. 

Read the write-up in the New Haven Independent here:

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