The DH section of the Midwest Modern Language Association is accepting paper abstracts for its upcoming conference, to be held November 13-16, 2014, in Detroit, Michigan. Possible topics include:
- Historical approaches to mapping and visualization
- Absence, silence, and (in)visibility in maps
- Mapping difference—class, race, gender, and accessibility
- Critical visual literacies
- Remediations and reconceptualizations of space
- Mobile technologies and city life (e.g. augmented reality, geotagging, location-based Social media platforms)
- Political and disciplinary dimensions of mapping technologies
- Pedagogical purposes of community/city mapping projects
- Endangered and indigenous languages
Send 250-word abstracts by May 31st to both Josh Honn (joshhonn at gmail) and Rachael Sullivan (sullivanrachael at gmail).
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