Humanities GIS Summit at Duke!

Saturday, March 25, 2017

Attention all Mappers! Join us for two special events on Thursday, March 30, 2017 and Friday, March 31, 2017 to explore concepts in humanities mapping and work with geographical information systems! On Thursday join CLIR Postdoc and Wired! Lab for Digital Art History & Visual Culture member Edward Triplett and Digital Humanities Consultant Brian Norberg as they discuss existing HGIS projects in a conversation called "Dissecting Humanities GIS Projects: Cross-Sections, Guts, and A Good Story" beginning at 4:30PM in Smith Warehouse, Bay 10. Then on Friday morning meet  and think through together what works. Then on Friday Join Ed and Todd Smith to get technical about Cesium, an open source javascript library to help create web-based 3D globs and maps in Smith Warehouse, Bay 4, C104, the PhD Lab in Digital Knowledge.

Also stay tuned for Ed Triplett's ISS 315/VMS 304/ARTHIST 315 Historical GIS course in the Fall! It will be offered TTH 3:05-4:20PM in Smith Warehouse. Note that this course counts towards the ISS undergraduate and graduate certificate elective requirements.