- Richard White, “What is Spatial History?” Stanford University Spatial History Project (2010). http://www.stanford.edu/group/spatialhistory/cgi-bin/site/pub.php?id=29
- Mark Monmonier, How to Lie with Maps, 2nd edition (Chicago: University Of Chicago Press, 1996).
- Pamela Fletcher and Anne Helmreich, with David Israel and Seth Erickson, “Local/Global: Mapping Nineteenth-Century London’s Art Market,” Nineteenth Century Art Worldwide 11:3 (Autumn 2012). http://www.19thc-artworldwide.org/index.php/autumn12/fletcher-helmreich-mapping-the-london-art-market
- Anne Knowles, “A Cutting-Edge Second Look at the Battle of Gettysburg,” Smithsonian Magazine (June 27, 2013). http://www.smithsonianmag.com/history-archaeology/A-Cutting-Edge-Second-Look-at-the-Battle-of-Gettysburg.html [Online interactive map, with Dan Miller, International Mapping Associates (Alex Tait, Tim Montenyohl, Judy Nielsen), and ESRI (Allen Carroll, Lee Bock, James Cardona), funded by Smithsonian Enterprises.]
Morning (9am to 12pm)
- Discussion of GeoSpatial Art History
- Digital Methods: Mapping and visualizing change over time using Google Map Engine Lite, and creating datasets for use in Google Fusion Tables
- Hands-on Session: Create a map with Google Map Engine Lite that plots multiple locations using different pin types and layers.
- Break for lunch at Noon
Afternoon (1pm to 4pm)
- Hands-on Session: Georectify a map using NYPL’s Map Warper
- Hands-on Session: StoryMapsJS
- Hands-on Session: Install Geolocation on Omeka sites
- Close 4pm. Bus: 4:15pm
- Blog about the ways that spatial humanities techniques might influence your scholarship.