I was awarded National Endowment for the Humanities Advanced Topics in the Digital Humanities Fellowship for the Polis Center‘s Institute on ‘‘Spatial Narrative and Deep Maps: Explorations in the Spatial Humanities’. In their words, “this two-week intensive institute brings leading scholars from around the world to explore how deep maps can support relevant issues in spatial humanities”.
A sneak preview of some of our prototyping work is available at Interface designs for deep maps: a presentation from #PolisNEH to #UCLADH. Some of the discussions about deep maps were captured in a post I wrote on Open Objects after the first week, ‘Halfway through ‘deep maps and spatial narratives’…‘ and a post on the project blog for the last day of the Institute, Catch the wind.
Other posts written by participants include: