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GIS / Mapping Working Group

The Geographic Information Systems (GIS) / Mapping working group is a network of CUNY students, faculty and staff who are interested in sharing methods and techniques, and finding support from others about ways GIS can be used to further research and teaching.

The GIS/Mapping working group is part of a GC Digital Initiatives program designed to create collaborative communities of Digital Fellows, CUNY-wide graduate students, staff, and faculty to meet regularly and share their areas of interest. The working groups provide a sustained, supportive environment to learn new skills, share familiar skills, and collaborate with both the Digital Fellows and the CUNY digital community.

If you are using Geographic Information Systems or other mapping technologies in your teaching and/or research, or if you are interested in mapping your data, or using GIS technology to analyze/visualize your data, we invite you to join the GIS/Mapping working group.

Peruse our mapping resource bank here: https://commons.gc.cuny.edu/groups/gis-working-group/docs/gis-mapping-resources/

For the Spring 2024 semester, the GIS/Mapping working group will meet in the Digital Scholarship Lab, Room 7414, every other Tuesday from 2-4 p.m. Check out our event calendar for the specific meeting dates. Please stop by!

Feminist Text Analysis Roundtable, 12/10 @ 6:30 PM in 5307

  • You are cordially invited to join the students in Methods of Text Analysis for their final class, which will include an open convening of 2 roundtable discussions, each addressing the course’s centralizing question: “Can there be a feminist text analysis?”

    When? 6:30 – 8:30 PM

    Where? Room 5307 at The Graduate Center

    Each roundtable will begin with 20 minutes of prepared remarks and provocations, followed by 30 minutes of lively discussion opened up to all in attendance. Each panel will approach the question of whether or not there can be, or should be, feminist methods for computational text analysis.

    The roundtables are free and open to the entire Graduate Center community.

    Roundtable abstracts can be found on our class blog at https://textmethods19.commons.gc.cuny.edu/posts/.

    We look forward to having you join our conversation on Tuesday!

    Best wishes,

    Lisa

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