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Barbara Piatti – Lecture: From Texts to Maps or How to Visualize Literary Landscapes

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Dr. Piatti will give a Public Lecture on how geospatial analyses are altering and transforming literary theory and its notions of landscape & spatiality. All are welcome!

Barbara Piatti: Critical Space Theory: Uncertainty and Ambiguity in Cultural Cartographies: A Workshop

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The Interacting with Print project is hosting a workshop by Dr. Barbara Piatti, Director of the Institute for Cartography and Geoinformation at the University of Zurich and co-founder of the Literary Atlas of Europe Project. Her work focuses on the

Digital Environmental Humanities Workshop

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The Digital Environmental Humanities Network (DEHN) workshop will bring together leading scholars in the areas of the environmental humanities and of the digital humanities to discuss the conceptual frameworks, digital tools, and partnerships that will allow them to produce and

Engaging Environmental Communities: The Participatory Geoweb

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   How do you encourage and inspire community participation in geographic dialogues? The emergent ideas of the Geospatial Web and its potential uses form the basis of enquiry for The Participatory Geoweb; an umbrella project begun in 2008 with funding

Mapping Canadian Cinematographic Territories: Sébastien Caquard

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In a lecture jointly sponsored by the Digital Humanities, IPLAI and the Geography Department’s “Geospectives” series; Dr.  Sébastien Caquard of Concordia University presented his current SSHRC funded project “Mapping Canadian Cinematographic Territories” on 2 November, 2012. Dr. Caquard’s work considers