The Historical Environments Spatial Analytics Lab faculty, staff, and students presented a number of new projects at the Social Science History Association meeting in Philadelphia this week.
Tim Stone (Senior Research Associate) The Daily Space of Youth: Investigating the Importance of Built and Social Environments to Health in the Industrial City.
Dr. Don Lafreniere (Project Director) What Historical Micro-Spatial Data Can Teach us about Schools as Vectors of Epidemiological Events like COVID-19.
Gary Spikberg (Senior Research Associate) Integrating Deep Mapping and Virtual Reality for Heritage Interpretation.
James Juip (Senior Research Associate) Utilizing the IPUMS Multigenerational Longitudinal Panel to trace industrial worker migration throughout the rust belt and beyond.
Dr. Dan Trepal (Senior Geospatial Research Scientist) Visualizing Narratives of Persistence in Flint: The Flash Project.