This particular website houses a number of projects which examine the applications of digital mapping to humanities research. A number of the featured projects focus on world conflicts (management and history) with provided summaries and links to each project site. This is a very detailed website, and provides a diverse assortment of sources for future research as well as being an exhibition of research conducted at Columbia University. The most helpful tabs for the semi-casual visitor are “About” and “Projects,” but it’s also worth the time to explore current projects or research within the digital spatial humanities via the “News” and “Publications” tabs.
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