A Final Reflection

Two years ago, when I walked into the classroom of Paris in the 1920s, I did not know that my last day of college will be spent like this – making maps, doing music history and writing a final blog post for the musical geography website. Out of curiosity I...

Preview: Map Design

At the beginning of the semester, we spent a class period hand drawing maps together and sharing the information conveyed through those graphic representations. Before I diving into the technical stage of digital mapping, I want to go back to this activity one more...

Catalogue – Spreadsheet – Map

Since my last blog post, I have started visualizing my research data by transcribing them from catalogue entries to mapping points. A major source for my research, Jennifer Doctor’s monograph The BBC and Ultra-Modern Music, 1922-1936: Shaping a Nation’s...

Spacial Thinking 101: Have you visualized it?

Throughout the course so far, spacial thinking has been an important idea that we engage in our critical process. From analyzing DH models to trying out different GIS platforms, we have been training our brain to perceive questions from a spatially imaginative...