The Undesign the Redline exhibition is a project of the social impact design studio, Designing the WE.

Curated by Miriam Neptune, Digital Scholarship Librarian, Smith College.

Special Thanks to Jennifer Guglielmo, Chair and Associate Professor, Department of History, Smith College.

The exhibition has been customized for Smith College, with the generous time and creative input of:

Elisabeth Armstrong, Professor and Director, Program for the Study of Women and Gender
Sophia Buchanan ’18
Jon Caris, Spatial Analysis Lab Director
Yasmin Eisenhauer, Instructional Technologist
Amanda Ferrara, Manuscripts Processor, Special Collections
Scott Gilman, Spatial Fellow
Michelle Joffroy, Associate Professor of Spanish & Portuguese
Zaza Kabayadondo, Co-Director of the Design Thinking Initiative
Deborah Keisch, Instructional Technologist
Jenna Lanterman, Electronic Resources Associate, Libraries
Kimberly Lu ’17
Christen Mucher, Assistant Professor of American Studies
Brendan O’Connoll, Instructional Technology Librarian
Romina Pacheco, Residence Life Coordinator
Barbara Polowy, Head of the Hillyer Art Library
Kevin Quashie, Professor of Africana Studies
L’Tanya Richmond, Director of Multicultural Affairs
James T Roane, McPherson/Eveillard Postdoctoral Fellow
Kevin Rozario, Associate Professor of American Studies
Diana Sierra, Pioneer Valley Workers Center
Phoebe Weissblum ’18

This program is supported by the following sponsors:

The KnowledgeLab at Smith Libraries
Mary H. Collett 1925 Symposium Fund
Smith College Lecture Committee
Center for Design Thinking
Wurtele Center
Smith Center for the Environment, Ecological Design, and Sustainability (CEEDS)
Office of Multicultural Affairs
Smith Libraries
Engaging Identity
Program for the Study of Women and Gender
American Studies