Category Archives: Mapping

Posts about GIS, geoinformatics, geospatial information, and mapping.

Session proposal: Humanities GIS. Is there a point(x,y)?

Scheduled for 2:30-3:20 in Hirshon Suite (205), 55 W. 13th Street While the use of GIS for the humanities (particularly history) has been discussed for quite some time now, it still seems to be unclear to many scholars what kind of fundamental new insights GIS is supposed to deliver. Given its nature as positivistic tool that […]

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