Words in Space: GIS, Data Mining, and the Visual Display of Religion John Corrigan Florida State University. The Digital Turn. Digital Humanities Manifesto (UCLA, 2008) Integration - “Big Humanities” Accessibility – avoid secret languages Teamwork – collaborative and large scale
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Words in Space:GIS, Data Mining, and the Visual Display of Religion
Florida State University
Digital Humanities Manifesto (UCLA, 2008)
“Productive Unease” Julia Flanders, DHQ (2009)
Trial and Error
Data Mining – theory-driven?
Outcomes and Conclusions
The Spatial Humanities: GIS and the Future of Humanities Scholarship
David Bodenhamer, John Corrigan, Trevor Harris (2010)
What does the colonial consciousness of
space in relation to four central linguistic
terms tell us about how the terms are related
conceptually and how might that lead us to
read the religious documents differently?