[GeoHumanities SIG] GeoHumSIG Digest, Vol 32, Issue 5

Thea Lindquist thea.lindquist at Colorado.EDU
Sun Jul 17 23:00:34 CEST 2016


Hello all,

I agree! Anne Knowles was in Colorado last year for a talk and workshop 
and spoke a bit about approaching the spatial dimension in a more 
humanistic/artistic way, so it was really interesting seeing and example 
visually in the video on the page Karl sent.

Best, Thea

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>     1. Re: GeoHumSIG Digest, Vol 32, Issue 4 - spatial narrative
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> Dear Karl,
> Thank you for bringing this issue further that I brought in at the Maps
> and Space panel at the DH2016 conference.
> I certainly would like to participate and explore with you the possibility
> of a  DH2017 panel that would explore the boundaries between geographical
> and topical space and that goes beyond plotting narratives of history and
> literature and other rich, multidimensional dh themes as coordinates on a
> map.
> Best wishes,
> Charles
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>>    1. spatial narrative without maps (Karl Grossner)
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>> From: Karl Grossner <karlg at stanford.edu>
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>> Hello Geohumanists,
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>> Yesterday in an open discussion duting a "Maps and Space" session at
>> DH2016 in Krak?w, the topic turned to 'mapping without GIS' and
>> geohumanities scholarly products without maps at all. I made reference to
>> the large and ongoing project "Geographies of the Holocaust" - several
>> examples of output from that project can be seen here:
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>> https://www.ushmm.org/learn/mapping-initiatives/geographies-of-the-holocau
>> st
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>> The experimental work I wanted to point out particularly, by Anne Kelly
>> Knowles and her student, Levi Westerveld, has not been published to my
>> knowledge. They shared this at a half-day workshop I convened last year
>> at Stanford, "Geospatial narrative: Perspectives from the humanities,
>> cartography and geographic information science."
>>
>> A short write-up of that event, with links to material presented, is
>> here:
>> https://digitalhumanities.stanford.edu/cidr-hosts-osullivan-geography-lect
>> ure-and-geospatial-narratives-workshop
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>> I would like very much to stage a panel or workshop on geospatial
>> narrative in the humanities at next year's DH conference, what do you all
>> think?
>>
>> Karl
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>> -
>> Karl Grossner, PhD
>> Center for Interdisciplinary Digital Research
>> Stanford University Libraries
>> http://kgeographer.org
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Thea Lindquist
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