Cultural Mapping: Cross-Disciplinary Approaches

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Digital Scholarship Centre, 6th floor

Main Library

University of Edinburgh

Edinburgh

EH8 9LJ

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Cultural mapping is an emergent field of inquiry which investigates how places accrue significance and meaning through movement and time, local practices, narratives and relationships.

Following our first seminar event in June 2019 on this topic, this second cross-disciplinary seminar will feature speakers sharing how they approach cultural mapping in their own research.


Speakers:

Vikki Jones - PhD Researcher (Architecture), Edinburgh School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture

Liz McFall - Chancellor’s Fellow (Sociology), School of Social and Political Science / Edinburgh Futures Institute

Candace Jones - Chair of Global Creative Enterprise, Edinburgh Business School

Inge Panneels - Research Fellow, School of Computing, Edinburgh Napier University / Creative Informatics

Morgan Currie - Lecturer in Data & Society, School of Social and Political Science / Science Technology and Innovation Studies

Chair: James Loxley - Professor of Early Modern Literature, School of Literatures, Languages and Cultures.


The seminar talks will be followed by a drinks reception.

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Digital Scholarship Centre, 6th floor

Main Library

University of Edinburgh

Edinburgh

EH8 9LJ

United Kingdom

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