Migration Data Resource: European Commission's Atlas of Migration

The European Commission's Atlas of Migration is an online repository compiling migration data from both UN and non-UN sources (World Bank, UNDP, UNHCR, UNDESA, etc.). This resource may be helpful to anyone needing data on demographics, types of migrants, remittances, asylum seekers & refugees, and more for virtually all recognized countries in the world. EU27 countries even have all of their data standardized by Eurostat so comparisons between countries are possible.

International Data Workshop 2021 (University of Michigan) on South Asia

The International Data Workshop 2021 is a data service boot camp for subject librarians and area specialists related to South Asian studies. It will be held during May. This workshop is designed to provide in-depth knowledge about data reference services, data visualization tools and resources, and digital humanities projects. The workshop is online and registration is free. More information on the workshop can be found at:

Yale Mellon Sawyer Seminar: Sarah Wylie: Enacting Environmental Data Justice

I write to invite you to a talk by Prof. Sarah Wylie (Northeastern University), entitled “Enacting Environmental Data Justice.”

Time: 12pm EST on Feb 5, 2021

Registration: https://yale.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJEkceqtrjstGtJcJM1Wa8MsijNAduRMZ_IW


SFF Book Clubs in Chicago Historical Data


Here's a fascinating bit of data mining on SFF book clubs in the Chicago area, not dissimilar to the analyses Ken Roemer has done over the years of the SUS program content. Shared with permission from Jake Casella. Something to ponder in your quarantines.

The study: https://www.positronchicago.com/p/positron-2020-report.html?fbclid=IwAR0WzmoMdm8O2t8crV__j...

Hope everyone is safe out there!

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