Conservation of cultural heritage thrives on the cooperative methods of geospatial analysis, digital humanities, and physical geography. This session assembles a collection of papers from differing projects with a shared interest in geography's approach to cultural heritage conservation.
|Presenter||Yasser Ayad*, Clarion University, Digital Heritage Development: Enabling the Rooted History of Islamic Cairo||15||8:00 AM|
|Presenter||Mark Green*, Indiana State University, Gerald Mattingly, Johnson University, Where the Lines of Evidence Converge: Dating the Origin of Khirbat al-Mudaybi‘, on Central Jordan’s Karak Plateau||15||8:15 AM|
|Presenter||Patrick D. Hagge*, Arkansas Tech University, Historical GIS and the Cotton Plantation: Tucker, Arkansas in the Twentieth Century||15||8:30 AM|
|Presenter||Laura Kaufmann*, Independent Researcher, Dead Men's Tales: Standardizing Cemetery Surveys||15||8:45 AM|
|Presenter||Silvia Elena Piovan*, University of Padova, Elena Maugeri, University of Padova, Michael Edward Hodgson, University of South Carolina, Stefano Luconi, University of Padova, The Paths of General Sherman’s Army Through the Wetlands of South Carolina||15||9:00 AM|
|Presenter||Gregory A. Pope*, Montclair State University, Joseph P. Hayes, Adaptly, Dawn Marie Hayes, Montclair State University, The Condition of Cultural Stones in Norman Sicily, ca. 1061-1194||20||9:15 AM|
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