ANN: Maps and Society lecture (online, 18 May): Magnetism Matters - Early Modern Commerce, Practices and Frameworks in the Iberian Empires

Please join us for the next Maps & Society lecture on May 18, 5 – 7pm (GMT). Leonardo Ariel Carrió Cataldi (CNRS Researcher, LARHRA, Lyon) will be talking on ‘Magnetism Matters: Early Modern Commerce, Practices and Frameworks in the Iberian Empires’.

Funds: Small Grants for Early Career Digital Publications from the Leventhal Map & Education Center - May 18 deadline

The Leventhal Map & Education Center at the Boston Public Library seeks applications to the Small Grants for Early Career Digital Publications program, which supports researchers with interests at the intersection of geography, cartography, and the digital humanities.

ANN: 2023 Maps & America The Arthur Holzheimer Lecture Series at the AGSL UWM

2023 Maps & America The Arthur Holzheimer Lecture Series at the AGSL UWM

Unquiet Journeys: Mapping the Underground Railroad by Dr. Karen Lewis

Thursday
May 4, 2023
5:30pm Reception
6:00pm Lecture


Registration is required for this event. You may attend in-person or via Zoom. Register here.

Dr. Karen Lewis
Chair, Undergraduate Studies in Architecture, and

ANN: Machines Reading Maps Summit, April 20

Dear colleagues,

Machines Reading Maps and David Rumsey cordially invite you to attend the public presentation of a collaborative project to make text on 57k maps searchable. Please see the event details below.

Best,
Katie McDonough

Lecturer in Digital Humanities
Department of History
Lancaster University
k.mcdonough@lancaster.ac.uk
 
Senior Research Fellow
The Alan Turing Institute

Free online event, March 23: Tracing Sea Routes on Maps

Join us online for a conversation on the European and East Asian contexts of sea routes on maps with Sara Caputo (Magdalene College, Cambridge) and Elke Papelitzky (KU Leuven). The discussion will be moderated by Katherine Parker (Royal Geographical Society). The event is digitally hosted by the David Rumsey Map Center, Stanford University. 

March 23, 2023. Noon Pacific (7pm London).

New Project of the Ukranian Institute: Ukrainian and Crimean Tatar Studies Abroad

About the project 

The project envisions the creation of an interactive map and an online database of more than 150 Ukrainian and Crimean Tatar studies centres in 30 countries. It describes the organizational/institutional structure of studies, how these study centres operate, and what priorities and topics guide their work. 

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