Paulina is a PhD student in Communication at USC. She identifies material culture as a source of memory and nostalgia through the lens of archival and cultural studies. By the means of visual and audible aesthetics, the sesensorial fields are used as stimuli for developing an interdisciplinary commitment from former disciplines to the present endeavor. Objects as sources of memory function as an archival mechanism for storytelling through spatial-temporal remembrance, as a blueprint-incepted testimony. Paulina is a member of the Civic Paths group and involved in research in the Skid Row and Homeless Connectivity Project, and the Mobile Devices Global Mapping Project. She is a founding member and organizer of Critical Mediations, a Communication and Cultural Studies Conference.