Jeffrey Hogrefe

Fellowship year: 2021

Professor
Humanities & Media Studies

Jeffrey Hogrefe is Professor of Humanities and Media Studies, the co-founder of the Architecture Writing Program and In Search of African American and Indigenous Space Research Collective, and Affiliate Faculty in the Graduate Program in Performance Studies at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, N.Y. As an Oglala Lakota Sundance person and a transdisciplinary scholar and creative practitioner, he works on a collective radical pedagogy in aesthetics and politics in emerging, discrete communities. With Scott Ruff, he is the co-editor of In Search of African American Space Redressing Racism (Lars Müller, 2020) and he is the co-creator of The Abolitionist Landscape Project, a cultural remapping of the Potomac River Valley for the activation of the African and Indigenous presence.

 

Project

Connecting to the Archive of Weeksville: Counter-gentrification Tactics in Central Brooklyn