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During the 2019-2020 academic year, the Institute for Digital Arts & Humanities will explore the theme Mapping Materialities in the Arts and Humanities. We'll explore several manifestations of mapping materiality whether through neogeographic approaches to activist mapping, network analysis of people and places, or open and traceable publishing and peer-review approaches that will provide a foundation for artists and humanities scholars to plot their course.