Including Jo Ana Morfin (Mexico City), Shelley Lightburn (Tanzania), Katrina Wynn and Colin Windhorst (Maine), and later Patricia Prescott and Paul Smitherman.
Comparing timelines of stories to correlate keywords like "Auschwitz," "bread," and "Labor."
The implicit bias of archivists and curators; Jo Ana's Museum of Counterculture.
Anne: "The digital divide is really geographical."
This teleconference is a project of the University of Maine's Digital Curation program. For more information, contact ude.eniam@otiloppij.
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The author of numerous books on spatial history, Knowles is best known for her work in using sophisticated mapping technologies to tell stories about trauma sites such as the Holocaust. She is the recipient of fellowships from the Guggenheim Foundation, the Association of American Geographers, the National Endowment for the Humanities, and the American Council of Learned Societies. Recorded on 18 November 2016, this conversation ranged from what General Lee could see at the Battle of Gettysburg to finding humanity in Auschwitz.
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