Vadim Besprozvany is a Lecturer at the University of Michigan School of Information. He teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in interaction design, graphic design, and visual communications, and mentors studies in emotional design, animation, and branding and identity. He also serves as ArtsEngine faculty liaison and a member of UARTS Faculty Curriculum Council, whose mission is to inspire, foster, and strengthen intellectual collisions and durable collaborative practices driven by the arts, design, engineering, and technology. In addition, he serves as curator/consultant at the Odessa Contemporary Arts Museum (MSIO, Ukraine). Besprozvany’s primary research areas include narrative analysis, visual rhetoric, semiotics, media, and cultural studies. He received his BA from Tartu University, Estonia, and Ph.D. from the University of Michigan.
American Association of Geographers (AAG) Annual Meeting 2020 – The Spatial Politics of Governance, Representation, and Migration. Bader AlBader (presenter), University of Michigan, Odessa Gonzalez Benson, University of Michigan, Vadim Besprozvany, University of Michigan, Antonio Siciliano, University of Michigan, Elena Godin, University of Michigan, Imed Soltani, Association La Terre Pour Tous, At a Loss at the Loss at Sea: The Missing Migrants of the Mediterranean and the (Bermuda) Triangle of Space, Communication, and Justice