Ongoing
Fieldwork
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AtlasCine:
Map Your Own Story
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Mapping the Life Stories of Exiles with AtlasCine
2014-2021
Mapping the Life Stories of Exiles: Workshop
2017
Mapping Back!
Indigenous Cartographies
2017-2020
Residential Schools Land Memory Mapping
2015-2020
CICADA: Centre for Indigenous Conservation...
2014-2021
The Lake Huron
Treaty Atlas
2007-2013
Circuits of Cinema:
Itinerant Showmanship
2015-2020
Mapping Canadian
Cinematographic Territories
2010-2014
Distance Teaching
the Geoweb
2013

About

The Geomedia Laboratory at Concordia University (Montreal) was established in 2011 within the Department of Geography Planning and Environment. This lab was born from the convergence of two growing domains: (1) geospatial technologies with the development of the geoweb; and (2) emerging mapping practices in domains such as literary studies, film studies, oral history, and in the humanities in general. The main goal of this lab is to further explore these emerging cartographic practices and to contribute to the development of new mapping applications. The work of the Geomedia lab is supported by Concordia University and funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC), as well as by the Fonds de Recherche du Québec – Société et Culture (FRQSC).

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