Spatial and Temporal Visualization
Discussion Leaders: Exum, Mcginness and Medlin
- Richard White, “What Is Spatial History?,” The Spatial History Project, February 1, 2010.
- Tim Hitchcock, “Place and the Politics of the Past” (2012)
- Edward L. Ayers & Scott Nesbit, “Seeing Emancipation: Scale and Freedom in the American South,” Journal of the Civil War Era 1, 1 (March 2011): 3-24.
- Stephen Roberson, “Putting Harlem on the Map,” in Writing History for the Digital Age (2012), eds Jack Dougherty and Kristen Nawrotzki.
- Cameron Blevins, “Space, Nation, and the Triumph of Region: A View of the World from Houston” Journal of American History (June 2014) and the web companion.
- Pamela Fletcher and Anne Helmreich,“Local/Global: Mapping Nineteenth-Century London’s Art Market,” Nineteenth Century Art Worldwide 11: no. 3 (Autum 2012).
- Lincoln Mullen, “Spatial Humanities Workshop”.
- Visualizing Emancipation
- Digital Harlem
- Mapping Titian
- Mapping Gothic France
- David Rumsey Historical Map Collection
- Select a map relevant to you from the Rumsey Map Collection. Georectify it using the built in Georeferencer or Mapwarper.
- Sign up for a CartoDB account and create at least two different kinds of maps with your data. (If you didn’t have any spatial data last week, you will have to assemble some.)
- Create a StoryMap.
- Create a timeline using TimelineJS
- Write a blog post that reflects on your geospatial and temporal visualizations.