Cultural Mappings: Cities, Landscapes and Memory

Wednesday 22nd April 2009
School of Architecture
University of Liverpool

Cultural Mappings is a one-day workshop exploring the practical and theoretical role of digital mapping practices in the arts and humanities. Speakers from across a range of disciplines, including film, architecture, music, literature, digital humanities, archeology and performance studies, will demonstrate ways in which cartographic and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) resources are informing current research into space, place and cultural memory. 

Speakers include:
• Ian Gregory, Digital Humanities, Lancaster University 

• Ed Lewis, Merseyside Archaeological Service, National Museums Liverpool

• Jo Robinson, School of English Studies, University of Nottingham

• David Cooper, Department of English & Creative Writing, University of Lancaster

• Les Roberts and Ryan Shand, School of Architecture and School of Politics and Communication Studies, University of Liverpool

• Sara Cohen & Brett Lashua, Institute of Popular Music, University of Liverpool

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