Mapping Culture and History

17-18 November 2022, NUSpace, Newcastle, NSW and online

Join us for an event celebrating the possibilities of digital mapping for the humanities, hosted by the Time-Layered Cultural Map of Australia (based in Newcastle) and the Australian Cultural Data Engine (led by the University of Melbourne). We are bringing together instructors, presenters, and anyone interested in learning about mapping  in a series of workshop sessions and plenary talks. We are targeting honours and postgraduate students, humanities researchers, gallery, library and museum staff, and local historians, in particular, but all are welcome. Registration is now open. For any questions or comments, email tlcmapworkshop@newcastle.edu.au.

Thursday schedule

Friday schedule

Registration

ARDC are sponsoring bursaries for three Indigenous researchers and three ECR-MCR participants from outside Newcastle for the event. The bursaries will cover up to $1000 of accommodation and travel expenses. The College of Human and Social Futures at UON is sponsoring an additional bursary in each category. Send in an Expression of Interest in a bursary using this form.