Experts explore the disenfranchisement and disruptions of 2020, and examine how mapping can help us make sense of crucial issues both during this historic year and beyond. Our five guests discuss issues related to political ecologies of health and disease, relationships between bodies and technology, data access, and geospatial methodology as applied to humanities and social sciences.
Moderator: Christy Hyman, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Guests: Dr. Heidi Rae Cooley (University of Texas at Dallas), Girmaye Misgna (Penn Libraries), Dr. Erik Nelson (Indiana University Bloomington), Dr. Arrianna Planey (University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill)
This presentation was part of GIS Day @ IU in November 2020, and was co-sponsored by the IU Libraries (and its sub-unit, Government Information, Maps and Microform Services), the IU School of Public Health, the IU Cultural Studies Program, the IU Media School, and the IU Department of Information and Library Services.