Publications

2011 Smolker, David and Caroline Lanza. Socially Conscious Design in the Information Age: The Practice of an Architecture for Humanity in THE PARADOX OF URBAN SPACE: Inequality and Transformation in Marginalized Communities edited by Sharon Sutton and Susan P. Kemp.

Conference Presentations:

July, 2014: Personal and Society Transformation through Social Work and the Arts, Ann Arbor, MI. Presentation: Toward an Embodied Community Arts Praxis for Social Work.

May, 2014:  Cultural Studies Association, Salt Lake City, UT. Seminar participant: “Against the Romance of Collaboration”, facilitated by Ron Krabill, PhD, UW, Bothell.

April, 2014:  Uncensored: Gender, Sexuality, and Social Movements in Global Health, Seattle, WA. Poster: “Truth Plus Publicity”: Progressive Era Visual Research Methods, 1907-1917.

 Jan, 2014: Annual Conference of the Society for Social Work and Research, San Antonio, TX. Presentation: “Paul U. Kellogg and the ‘Social Survey Movement’, 1907-1917.

April, 2013: Global Health and the Arts Symposium, UW School of Public Health, Seattle, WA. Presentation: “Social Work/Culture work: Exploring Communities Committed to Conscious Culture Work.”

Mar, 2013: Women Who Rock: Making Scenes, Building Communities, Seattle, WA. Presentation: “’Truth Plus Publicity”: Paul U. Kellogg, Hybrid Praxis, and Progressive Era Visual Research Methods, 1902-1917.

Nov, 2012: National Women’s Studies Association, Oakland, CA. Roundtable: “Feminist Digital Praxis Collective: Articulating Our Femifesto.”

March, 2012: Women Who Rock: Making Scenes, Building Communities, Seattle, WA. Presentation: “Towards a Visual Praxis for Social Work: Lessons and Legacies of Progressive Era Visual Interventions.”

Nov, 2011: The Humanities and Technology Camp – Pacific Northwest, Bothell, WA. Workshop: “Building Participatory Exhibits with Omeka” with Jentery Sayers.

Feb, 2011: Women Who Rock: Making Scenes, Building Communities, Seattle, WA. Presentation: “Articulating a Return to Arts-Based Practice in Social Work”; my short film, “Convivencia on Campus” was screened in the film festival; also collecting oral histories for our digital archives as part of the Women Who Rock Graduate Collective.

Sept, 2010: Imagining America: Artists and Scholars in Public Life, Seattle, WA.
Site visit: Technologia del Cedro: The Seattle Fandango Project.

April, 2010: Experience Music Project Pop Conference, Panel Presentation, Technologia del Cedro: The Seattle Fandango Project.