MAPS is the first workshop in our Rewiring Consent: Data Visualization & Social Justice series
Most victims of sexual assault do not file a report. In this workshop, we will reconfigure the flowchart of the filing process found in IU’s Title IX Report into a campus map in order to make this action more envisionable and therefore (possibly) more feasible. Along the way we will consider how to represent non-locational information in GIS and explore what maps tend to highlight or omit in the trajectories we wish to represent
Theresa Quill provides expert assistance with maps and GIS (geographic information systems) data and resources as a member of the Social Sciences and Government Information, Maps and Microform Services departments. Her professional interests are focused on spatial humanities, open source GIS, and critical cartography. Projects currently in progress include The Sun Also Rises: A Drinking Map, a digital humanities project mapping the locations and progression of drinking in Hemingway's The Sun Also Rises.