LOCUS: Spatial Analysis in Humanities and Social Science
Partners: German Studies & Anthropology
Digital technology has brought about a renewed interest in geographic space in humanities and social science research. Projects using spatial analysis or cultural mapping take many different forms: aggregated data layered on geographic information systems (GIS), archaeological or archival objects tied to their places of origin, a visualization tool to illustrate differences in space and place, and plotting sites of encounter and technologies of modernity geographically and temporally. This LOCUS aims to examine the similarities and potential breadth of this growing methodology across the humanities and social sciences.
Location: Main Library, 3 West, REAL Classroom
CFP Open: 1/20/2015
CFP Closes: 2/3/2015
For rules and guidelines, please visit: http://digitalhumanities.msu.edu/locus/