Telling stories with maps

Very interesting venue:

Telling stories with maps: the geoweb, qualitative GIS and narrative mapping Digital Humanities Hub

It is going to happen at the University of Birmingham, on 30 April 2014. Here the programme:

Vanesa Castán Broto (UCL):
‘Mapping stories, urban energy’

Nela Milic (Goldsmiths):
‘Belgrade log BG:LOG’

Agnieszka Leszczynski (University of Birmingham) and Sarah Elwood (University of Washington):
‘Telling stories with new spatial media’

Ekaterina Yahyaoui Krivenko (NUI Galway):
‘Challenging the Narrative of International Law through GIS: limits and opportunities’

Miranda Anderson & James Loxley (University of Edinburgh):
‘Mapping the Factual and the Counterfactual’

Pietro Liuzzo (University of Heidelberg) and Francesco Mambrini (Deutsches Archäologisches Institut):
‘Storytelling and geographical data in EAGLE’

Ian Gregory, Chris Donaldson (Lancaster University) and Patricia Murrieta-Flores (University of Chester):
‘Exploring Lake District writing using GIS’

Akiyoshi Suzuki (Nagasaki University):
‘A Good Map is Worth a Thousand Words: 3-D Topographic Narrative of Haruki Murakami’

Moacir P. de Sá Pereira (University of Chicago):
‘Robert Jordan’s nearest neighbor: A “For Whom the Bell Tolls” GIS’

Øyvind Eide (University of Passau):
‘Narratives of maps and texts. The role of media differences and stepwise formalisation’

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