Merlyna Lim presented an invited plenary talk at the Mapping for Social Justice: Approaches with New Media and the Digital Humanities Symposium held at Yale University on March 3, 2017. Her talk, titled “#Scholartivism: Mapping the In/Visible Landscape of Cyber-Urban Activism”, explored on her un-orthodox methodological and analytical approaches, combining computational mapping, on/offline observation, and media analysis, in researching the complex relationship between social movements, digital media, and actions on the ground. Focusing specifically on the utilization of dataviz and artwork, Lim argued for the centrality of visualization/radical aesthetic “as method, analysis, and engagement” in research, not only to reveal complexities and invisibilities but also to grapple with multiple and diverse spatialities and temporalities of contemporary social movements.