Yesterday I fulfilled a desire, harbored for all the years I have been working on the Susquehanna River; and that … Continue reading A Head Full of Landscapes
I am re-posting on my personal site my blog entry for my class site for The Humanities Now! These are … Continue reading The Importance of Understanding Visual Rhetoric: thoughts on Johanna Drucker’s Graphesis
Katherine Faull, Bucknell University Kayaking is not just a sport to Hickory Edwards of the Onondaga Nation. It is his … Continue reading Re-indigenizing the River: Hickory Edward’s Epic Quest down the Susquehanna River
The Principal Investigators of the Stories of the Susquehanna initiative are pleased to announce the launch of the “crowd sourcing” platform … Continue reading What’s Your Susquehanna Story?
Since its inception, Stories of the Susquehanna has been a collaborative, interdisciplinary digital project that has at its core a geospatial interface. … Continue reading On using ArcMap Collector as a mobile app for SSV
How do you represent visually relationships between people and places that are, I have discovered, unmappable. Only in this last … Continue reading (un)Mapping Networks
Back in 2011, Janine Glathar interviewed me and Emily Bitely ’11 on the ways in which we had used GIS … Continue reading On using GIS to uncover the ‘Stories of the Susquehanna’