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Lize Mogel, Counter-Cartographies: Mapping, Art, and the Political

The visit is organized by The New Mappings Collaboratory, as part of the Geography Department's Spring Colloquium series.

geography.as.uky.edu

Anonymous (not verified) Wed, 02/12/2014 - 10:16 am

Table, Map and Text: Writing in France circa 1600

Tom Conley is Lowell Professor in the Departments of Romance Languages and Visual and Environmental Studies at Harvard University. Conley studies relations of space and writing in literature, cartography, and cinema. His work moves to and from early modern France and issues in theory and interpretation in visual media. In 2003, Dr. Conley won a Guggenheim Fellowship for his work in topography and literature in Renaissance France.

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New Mappings Speaker Series: Daniel Sui

Dan Sui is Professor and Chair of Geography at The Ohio State University. His current research focuses on volunteered geographic information and the use of social media as a new data source for geographic research as well as the legal and ethical issues of using geospatial technologies in society. The New Mappings Collaboratory at the University of Kentucky hosted Professor Sui, kicking off an effort to build partnerships around new spatial media education and research.

SheepCamp 2012, Matt Zook
Matt Zook presents on Mapping Zombies: A Guide for Digital Pre-Apocalyptic Analysis and Post-Apocalyptic Survival from the University of Kentucky
Anonymous (not verified) Thu, 06/28/2012 - 10:31 am
SheepCamp 2012, Kristen Grady
Kristen Grady presents on Mapping Emotion and Experience (on the GeoWeb?) from University of New York City
Anonymous (not verified) Thu, 06/28/2012 - 10:31 am
Teaching Tools for Public Participation and Digital Mapping Workshop
This workshop explores how community mapping and geospatial technology can be incorporated in the classroom. A primary goal of this technique is helping students develop and demonstrate higher order thinking skills that engage them in the process of discovering and answering questions about their community. The goal is to introduce a range of simple open source/open access mapping tools that can be easily leveraged in class projects to highlight local issues and initiate conversations about community dynamics, space, and priorities.
Anonymous (not verified) Tue, 06/19/2012 - 05:49 pm

Celebrity Mapping Project with Matt Wilson

Students in Matt Wilson's class get to hang out with celebrities like Denzel Washington, Ryan Gosling and even the Turtle-Man. The 'Celebrity Mapping Project' required them to photograph a cut-out of any celebrity, develop a creative caption explaining why that celebrity would be on campus, upload their photographs into a collaborative photo-sharing site, and, finally, place their photographs directly into the appropriate sites on a collaborative map. Learn more about the project!
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