Spatial humanities represents a new interdisciplinary approach to the sorts of questions asked by humanists. It redirects many of the tools and methods of information scientists—data mining, advanced visualization, spatial analysis, serious gaming, etc.—to problems of...Read More
Over the past twelve months the terms deep maps and deep mapping have begun to appear with some regularity in scholarly literature, especially within the humanities. One reason is dissatisfaction with GIS as an appropriate tool for humanities disciplines such as history,...Read More
Indiana University issued a press release announcing The Polis Center’s newest website, the Digital Atlas of American Religion (http:religionatlas.org). I sat down with project manager Sharon Kandris and lead systems engineer Neil Devadasan to learn more. Polis just announced...Read More
Ecologies of Faith in New York City The Evolution of Religious Institutions Edited by Richard Cimino, Nadia A. Mian, and Weishan Huang Foreword by Nancy T. Ammerman “A great resource for students in congregational, religious, and urban studies [and] a valuable...Read More
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