A work in progress

The embedded map above shows the current state of this cartographic experiment. A couple of things have changed since I began this project; first, there are now two data sets. I started out with simply the information from William Francis Allen et al.’s Slave...

Maps and Movement

One of the thought-provoking themes of the recent Skype conversations our class has been having with scholars of musicology and the digital humanities is that of map-making and movement. In this case, I refer not only to the maps and research blog(s) of Kate Elswit...

Rethinking regions

Coming back to this project in its fourth stage has been interesting on any number of levels…Perhaps the most immediate difference between the project as I approached it at its inception and my current participation is the step we have taken back – though...

Révérence

Back when I was studying ballet (many, many years ago), we were taught to end each class with the révérence. A kind of closing bow, the révérence acknowledges the end of a period of collaboration (between students and teachers, fellow participants of the same...