CPD Research Intern, USC Master of Urban Planning Candidate
Alisanne Meyers is a second year Urban Planning Master's candidate at The Price School for Public Policy concentrating on Arts & Culture and Sustainability.
Previous to enrolling at USC, Alisanne received her MA in Art History from The Courtauld Institute of Art and a BA in Art History and Sustainable Food Systems from The University of Michigan. Her work straddles cross-disciplinary fields and methodologies, often combining art theory and the social sciences. Her focus areas include the green transition, culture as a tool in placemaking, and deciphering political ideologies via visual communication. Working locally and internationally, she formulates adaptable and dynamic strategies for tangible discovery and transformation.
Alisanne is currently working on Exploring the Semiotics of Public Diplomacy, a CPD research project that aims to address how diplomats practice visual narration and how how digital publics interact with diplomats’ visual content.
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