Supervisors: Dr. Leonie Sandercock (Planning) and Dr. Geraldine Pratt (Geography)
Committee: Dr. Glen Coulthard (First Nations Studies) Dr. Dory Nason (First Nations Studies) Dr. Kate Hennessey (School of Interactive Arts and Technology, SFU)
I am interested in expanding on our
understandings of the gendered nature of settler colonial urban
dispossession, documenting through text and film the stories that both
fall away from and resist state attempts at seeking closure and
My work is in collaboration with Rosemary Georgeson, Aboriginal
community coordinator at urban ink productions . Together we are
documenting through text and film the relationship between
urbanization, dispossession, water, and Indigenous women’s labor in the
I am also the founder
of Hallenbeck Consultants, a Vancouver-based community planning firm
specializing in multimedia training, youth engagement, and digital
storytelling for community planning, policy development, and advocacy. Hallenbeckconsultants.com
I also serve as a board member for the Access to Media Education Society (AMES) http://accesstomedia.org/
For more on Rosemary and urban ink please see: http://urbanink.ca/artists-associates/rosemary-georgeson/
My research is funded through a SSHRC CGS.
Hallenbeck, J. (2011) A Community Remembers. Video. urban ink productions, twin fish media.
Hallenbeck, J. (2010) Social Justice and Video: Imagining as a Right in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside in Multimedia Explorations in Urban Policy and Planning: Beyond the Flatlands. Sandercock, L., Attili, G. (Eds) New York, Springer.
Hallenbeck, J. (2008) A Tale of Two Films: Video and the Right to Participation, Appropriation, and Communication Showroom Symposium: A Discussion on Making Vancouver Centre A: Centre for Contemporary Asian Art.
Hallenbeck, J. Gurstein, P., Tate, L. (2007) Global Work, Local Lives. Video.
Hallenbeck, J. (2007) Wishlist. Video.