Practicing Palimpsestry in Seattle's Urban Landscape: Archives, Counter-mapping, and Public Scholarship
Amir Sheikh is an interdisciplinary urban environmental researcher, curator, and collaboration builder. He utilizes the tools of anthropology, geography, environmental science, and historical inquiry to examine critical questions about our relationships to landscapes. He is committed to working collaboratively, in a community responsive and inclusive manner, towards a just and equitable shared future. He holds a Master’s in Environmental Anthropology from the University of Washington.