Jin-Kyu Jung publishes “Teaching creative geovisualization”


IAS faculty member Jin-Kyu Jung has published a paper, “Teaching creative geovisualization: Imagining the creative in/of GIS” in The Canadian Geographer. This paper situates creative geovisualization at the intersection of geography, arts, and digital humanities with a particular emphasis on visualization and mapping that preserves, represents, and generates more authentic, contextual, and nuanced meanings of space and people.

Examples of students’ works from the ‘creative geovisualization’ class Jung taught in IAS particularly illustrate the blending of different modes of creative engagements with GIS and geovisualization and specific ways to work with various forms of embodied, relational, interpretive, and expressive geographies.  

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