Registration Open: Digital Mapping Workshop, 2 June 2017

We are delighted to announce a workshop on Digital Mapping, supported by Cardiff University’s Data Innovation Research Institute. From the reconfiguration of historic maps to the visualisation of new data, digital mapping has been adopted in exciting and innovative ways, as the projects showcased in this workshop demonstrate. The speakers will outline the decisions they made about how and what to ‘map’, the methodologies used and the challenges they faced. By exploring these projects and ideas, the workshop will locate digital mapping as a dynamic and collaborative space that radically changes the meanings of what is, and can be, mapped.

Speakers: Jon Anderson, Christopher Fleet, Einion Gruffudd, Ian Harvey, Mike Jones, James Loxley, Rachel Murphy, Matthew Sangster, Joanna Taylor.

Organisers: Julia Thomas, Anthony Mandal.

Registration is free for delegates but places are very limited. The deadline for registration is midday, 26 May 2017. Please register via Eventbrite by visiting: https://digital-mapping.eventbrite.co.uk.

Programme

All sessions take place in Room 0.31 of the John Percival Building, Cardiff University. Registration and lunch will be in the Coffee Shop of the John Percival Building.

09.30–10.00 Coffee and registration
10.00–10.15 Introductions
10.15–11.45 Panel 1: Literary Maps

  • James Loxley (University of Edinburgh), ‘Creating a Digital Literary Cityscape: LitLong Edinburgh’
  • Jon Anderson (Cardiff University), ‘Geolocations and Depth: Creating the Digital Literary Atlas of Wales’
  • Joanna Taylor (Lancaster University), ‘Deep Mapping and Close Reading: Literary GIS’
11.45-12.00 Coffee
12.00–13.30 Panel 2: New Maps

  • Rachel Murphy (University College Cork), ‘Deep Maps: West Cork Coastal Cultures’
  • Mike Jones (University of Bristol), ‘OutStories’
  • Ian Harvey (Cardiff University), ‘Mapping in the Social Sciences: Wiserd’
13.30–14.30 Lunch
14.30–15.30 Panel 3: Old Maps

  • Christopher Fleet (National Library of Scotland), ‘Collaborations with JavaScript and Old Maps’
  • Einion Gruffudd (National Library of Wales), ‘The Cynefin Project’
15.30–15.45 Tea
15.45–16.30 Hands-on Session

  • Matthew Sangster (University of Glasgow), ‘Digital Routes through Romantic London’
16.30–17.00 Coffee/final thoughts/farewells

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