We will be visited tomorrow by Steve Romalewski, director of the CUNY Mapping Service, who is in charge of all mapping projects for the Center for Urban Research at GC (see the following link to get an overview of his and CUR’s work in this area). Steve will talk about the various uses of GIS in dvarious digital and mapping projects. He suggests that we take a look at their newest initiative, which is to make the newly released 1940 U.S. Census manuscripts accessible for use by the public. Steve will visit with us in the first hour of the class.
MALS 78100: Digital Humanities in Research and Teaching