[GeoHumanities SIG] GeoHumSIG Digest, Vol 3, Issue 9

Ryan Cordell rccordell at gmail.com
Fri Oct 25 15:51:06 CEST 2013


Hi Kathy,

I'm currently teaching my first such course, "Understanding Space 
through Building Deep Maps," a class centered on Boston as text. You can 
read more about it at http://ryan.cordells.us/f13dm/

Best,
Ryan


Ryan Cordell | Assistant Professor of English | Northeastern University 
| r.cordell at neu.edu | rccordell at gmail.com | twitter: @ryancordell

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> From: Kathy Weimer <k-weimer at library.tamu.edu>
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> Subject: [GeoHumanities SIG] GeoHumanities Syllabus
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> I wonder if any of you have taught a workshop, short course, or longer 
> course on GeoHumanities, or know of one. I am interested in finding 
> syllabus covering the topic. Any leads that you have would be greatly 
> appreciated.
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> I have seen what is on the Zotero site on Digital Humanities 
> Education: http://www.zotero.org/groups/digital_humanities_education, 
> which are courses more broadly on Digital Humanities, and many of 
> which do include a GeoHumanities component, but I am interested to 
> know if there are others.
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> Much appreciated,
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> Kathy
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> Katherine H. Weimer
> Professor
> Co-Editor, Journal of Map & Geography Libraries
> Curator of Maps, Cushing Memorial Library & Archives
> Coordinator, Map & GIS Library
> Texas A & M University Libraries
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