UMA_Presentation_10_20_10 (entire slide show with all map views) I became interested in the practice of food foraging from a classmate who brought it up during a class.  Through a little Google research, I learned that a man named Steve Brill ...Read More

In an article from the Digital Humanities Quarterly Tom Elliot and Sean Gilles imagine an elegant mapping system reminiscent of Borges. The vision takes place in 2017 when the unnamed protagonist—a classical studies professor—uses an integrated computing system to view and ...Read More

[caption id="attachment_449" align="alignnone" width="360" caption=""Chicago Boundaries" (by race) Click image for link to enlarged image at Radical Cartography."][/caption] "Chicago Boundaries" (2009) by Bill Rankin, Radical Cartography Subject: Two maps showing the composition of Chicago's neighborhoods by race and by income Purpose: These maps ...Read More

[caption id="" align="alignright" width="667" caption="Gap at St Vincent's Hospital"][/caption] Title: Manhattan Skate Map Affiliation: Jackson Vandeberg (Designer/Creator) Location: Subject Matter: Skate spots in Manhattan Data Types: Locations and “names” of skate spots, locations of public transportation, photos of skate spots and skate ...Read More

For my critique, I decided to examine The Metropolitan Museum of Art Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History, or TOAH, (  My interest in this timeline/research tool/map stems from how it grapples with an enormous amount of information over time.  The ...Read More