Digital Mapping in the Humanities: Workshop
Wednesday 23rd of June
10am - 12pm
Dr Eva Moreda Rodríguez, University of Glasgow
Eva Moreda Rodríguez is Senior Lecturer in Musicology at the University of Glasgow. A specialist in the political and cultural history of music in modern Spain, she is the author of Music and Exile in Francoist Spain (Ashgate, 2015), Music Criticism and Music Critics in Early Francoist Spain (Oxford University Press, 2016), and numerous articles and book chapters. In 2018-19 she held a Leadership Fellowship from the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC), and her work has also received funding from the Carnegie Trust for the Universities of Scotland, the British Academy, and the Leverhulme Trust. She manages the digital mapping website http://musicinexile.wordpress.com.
About this Session
Since the 1980s, Humanities researchers have increasingly centered place and space in their scholarship. Within the umbrella of the Digital Humanities, Geographical Information Systems (GIS) provide Humanities researchers with tools and techniques to build digital maps that can contribute to both generating scholarship and disseminating it. Students will have the opportunity to start work on a digital map using Google Maps based on any aspect of their research.
By the end of this session, paricipants will identify the opportunities and challenges of digital mapping for Humanities researchers and be able to create a simple digital map on any aspect of their research.
Who might be interested?
All doctoral researchers working on topics with a connection to place and space.
Students should identify an area of their research that they would like to develop into a digital map. This would typically involve any kind of information or data that could be mapped geographically: e.g. places of origin and destinations of migrant individuals; places of publication or of performance of a certain work or works; musical, theatrical or arts venues within a city, etc. Please feel free to bring any images or texts that you might like to include in the map.
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First published: 26 May 2021