Karl Rivera, MA

Karl is a multidisciplinary artist, and visual sociologist. He holds an MA in sociology and social anthropology from the Central European University and a self-designed BA in visual sociology from Wheaton College. He is also an alumni of IHP Cities. His research and artistic work focus on queer futurity, cultural geography, and collaborative methods. Most recently, he was a program manager and teaching artist at DreamYard Project, an arts and social justice nonprofit in the Bronx. During this time, he also served as an adjunct at Monroe College, teaching a dual enrollment Sociology 101 course for high school students. Before DreamYard, Karl was a program coordinator and founding team member of the Posse Foundation’s newest site in the Bay Area.

Education

  • MA, Central European University
  • BA, Wheaton College
Karl Rivera, MA

SIT Study Abroad

Trustees Fellow

IHP: Health and Community Globalization, Culture, and Care (Fall 2)

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Trustees Fellow

IHP: Health and Community Globalization, Culture, and Care (Spring 2)

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