Fall Community-Engaged Research Forum: Social Cartography

  • 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM
  • Online Via Zoom

Social Cartography is a data analysis method that offers visual conceptualizations of relational phenomena. From a post-representational perspective, mapping is a process of becoming, of negotiating and (re)negotiating the rhizomatic weavings of heterotopic space, and maps are practices that "bloom" in the liminality of human experience. Join us for a step-by-step tutorial that demonstrates how you can use social maps to enhance your research and navigate the complex interplay of subjects in the social milieu. Dr. Daniel Casebeer, an Associate Professor in the School of Education & Applied Social Sciences at Seton Hill University will be our guest speaker.

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