Posts Tagged: maps

MAP IT series: Seeing Sound: Mapping Florentine Soundscapes, 2/15 in White Hall 111

Niall Atkinson (University of Chicago) will deliver the third lecture of the MAP IT | Little Dots, Big Ideas series on Monday, 15 February, at 5.30 PM in the White Hall 111.  (**please note this new location**) He will discuss Seeing Sound: Mapping Florentine Soundscapes, a DH project that focuses on Renaissance Florence, taking inspiration…

MAP IT series: Enchanting the Desert lecture Feb. 1st at 5:30pm, Jones Room

Nicholas Bauch (Ph.D., UCLA, 2010, Geography) from Stanford University will deliver the second lecture of the MAP IT | Little Dots, Big Ideas series on Monday, 1 February, at 5.30 PM in the Woodruff Library Jones Room.  He will discuss,  Enchanting the Desert: Visualizing the Production of Space at the Grand Canyon. The MAP IT…

MARBL acquires rare Piranesi folio with map

Piranesi's Campus Martius   Share Related Links:  Emory's Views of Rome DiSC Project Stanford's Digital Forma Urbis Romae Proect U of Oregan's Interactive Nolli Map Proect  Join the discussion Emory’s MARBL has been collecting items for our ‘Views of Rome’ collection for over a decade, and we are pleased to announce the latest acquisition: PIRANESI,…

Discovering Atlanta: On the Map!

by Sara Logue, Research and Public Services Archivist, MARBL Before I move into the Civil War period, I wanted to make sure readers of Discovering Atlanta had a good sense of what was going on in the decade before. It can be difficult to process just how small Atlanta was in the 1850s, and how…