Geographies of Disruption: Mapping to Make Sense of 2020's Sociopolitical Upheaval

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2020-11-10 (Creation date: 2020-11-06)
Main contributors
Christy Hyman, University of Nebraska Lincoln; Erik Nelson, Indiana University Bloomington; Arrianna Planey, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Heidi Rae Cooley, University of Texas at Dallas; Girmaye Misgna, University of Pennsylvania
Experts explore the disenfranchisement and disruptions of 2020, and examine how mapping can help us make sense of crucial issues both during this historic year and beyond. Five guests across a range of disciplines—including public health, media studies, digital humanities, and library science—came together for a moderated panel discussion to discuss issues related to political ecologies of health and disease, relationships between bodies and technology, data access and geospatial methodology as applied to humanities and social sciences.  
Digital mapping; Geospatial data; Public health; Mobile geographic information systems
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Institute for Digital Arts and Humanities
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