A librarian-led workshop with Nick Wolf, Andrew Battista, and Michelle Thompson focusing on integrating mapping software with instructional design, with a hands-on session on ESRI Story Maps followed by pedagogical planning and discussion.
A collaborative feedback session on projects in progress with graduate students and faculty. Students will present brief updates on their work followed by discussion and project planning in conjunction with fellow participants.
Moacir P. de Sá Pereira, NYU
Zach Humphrey, NYU
Project: Icelandic Saga Map
Nicholas Wolf, NYU
Blevin Shelnutt, NYU
Project: Borderlands Archives Cartography
Project: The Spanish Travelers Project
Timothy Anderson, NYU
Project: Vilnius Literature
Sally Bushell is Professor of Romantic and Victorian Literature in the Department of English Literature & Creative Writing, Lancaster University. She is also Head of Department (2014–18) and Co-Director of The Wordsworth Centre. Her research seeks to open up new modes of interpretation for the literary work by enlarging the focus of literary criticism from interpretation of semantic content onto comparative understanding of other aspects of the literary work in ways that not only illuminate traditional models but, potentially, re-determine them. Her first book was entitled Text as Process: Creative Composition in Wordsworth, Tennyson and Dickinson (Virginia UP, 2009). Her second book which will go to press in 2019 is called Reading and Mapping: Spatialising the Text and is centered upon the relationship between visual/spatial and verbal meanings for the literary work, offering an integrated reading of spatial meaning through map and text.
We don’t yet know precisely what, but for people still around, we’ll have an informal debriefing session where we can drink some coffee and discuss what we’ve learned.