Geographical Storytelling and Interactive Documentary

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Answer all parts of each question. No outside sources. Please cite sources and use in-text citation. Use page numbers in citations.  Question 1: Highlight a passage from either of the short essays on Decalogue that helped you see or understand something in The Prison in Twelve Landscapes that you didn’t recognize or realize on your own. Cite the passage and explain what it helped you to see.  Question 2: Dale Hudson is an enthusiastic advocate for Interactive Documentary. Highlight something he writes about this relatively recent form of a documentary that strikes you as interesting or surprising and explains your response. Does your experience of navigating The Anti-Eviction Mapping Project correspond to his account of Interactive Documentary? Is there anything you would add to his account or perhaps challenge based on your experience? Question 3: What did you find interesting about the evolution of The Anti-Eviction Mapping Project described in the short article by Allensworth,  Hall, and McElroy? How did reading this account of the project prepare you for or help you think about your experience of the project differently? Question 4: The participants in the forum are all people involved in the prison abolition movement in some way. Their response to the film is rooted in their study of prison and interest in imagining what would have to be transformed in our society in order for prisons to be eliminated altogether. Highlight a comment or response to the film in this forum that you found interesting and got you thinking in a new way about what prisons do and the problems they aren’t able to solve. How does your knowledge of documentary history enable you to see the film in a way that this forum doesn’t fully address?  Reading:  The Prison in Twelve Landscapes in Decalogue by Chris Barnes and Laurel Anhert: https://docalogue.com/september-the-prison-in-twelve-landscapes/  (Links to an external site.) Essay by Ariana Faye Allensworth, Adrienne Hall, and Erin McElroy: https://www.radicalhistoryreview.org/abusablepast/dislocation-black-exodus-and-the-anti-eviction-mapping-project/ https://antievictionmap.com/  (Links to an external site.)Ariana Faye Allensworth, Adrienne Hall, and Erin McElroy. https://www.radicalhistoryreview.org/abusablepast/dislocation-black-exodus-and-the-anti-eviction-mapping-project/two short essays on The Prison in Twelve Landscapes in Docalogue by Chris Barnes and Laurel Anhert.https://docalogue.com/september-https://docalogue.com/september-the-prison-in-twelve-landscapes/https://docalogue.com/september-the-prison-in-twelve-landscapes/dfdvsdvdsvssdvsdnnnnn Two short essays on The Prison in Twelve Landscapes in Docalogue by Chris Barnes and Laurel Anhert.https://docalogue.com/september-the-prison-in-twelve-landscdsvds

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