Recent years have seen increased interest in digital geohumanities, but the range of practices that are potentially relevant invites conversations across difference that may be both clarifying and generative. Artistic practices, computational engagements with historical spatial data, and rethinkings of the building blocks of digital spatial media have productive tensions and resonances with each other. In this panel, practitioners and theorists engage each other around questions they find of relevance in the pursuit of critical praxes of geohumanities, one that includes both the artistic and the computational, the critical and the sublime.
|Panelist||Harriet Hawkins Royal Holloway, University of London||15|
|Panelist||Clancy Wilmott University of Manchester||15|
|Panelist||Isaac Rivera University of Washington||15|
|Panelist||John Swab University of Kentucky||15|
|Panelist||Bo Zhao The University of Washington - Seattle||15|
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