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A search to find and map happy places

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When you think about mapping, most people immediately think about geography. Layered onto that might be cultural sites, the current political landscape or, these days, census demographics. But for IAS faculty members Jin-Kyu Jung and Ted Hiebert, the most intriguing possibilities lie in concepts that resist visualization. ...

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Five IAS faculty members receive Royalty Research Funds

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Five IAS faculty members have received Royalty Research Fund (RRF) awards over the last year. The RRF is open to faculty across the UW system and provides one-year awards of up to $40,000 that are intended to generate preliminary findings, seed scholarly and creative activities, and increase faculty’s competitiveness for future external funding. The IAS faculty who received RRF awards include ...

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Jin-Kyu Jung and Ted Hiebert publish “Imagining the Details: Happy Places and Creative Geovisualization”

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IAS faculty members Jin-Kyu Jung and Ted Hiebert published “Imagining the Details: Happy Places and Creative Geovisualization” in Livingmaps Review. "Imagining the Details" explores the imagination as a social gesture and a way to creatively and empathically engage with and around questions of homelessness and urban precarity. ...

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Ted Hiebert and Jin-Kyu Jung publish “Psychogeographic Visualizations: or, what is it like to be a bat?”

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IAS faculty members Ted Hiebert and Jin-Kyu Jung published “Psychogeographic Visualizations: or, what is it like to be a bat?” in Cultural Geographies. The article takes a creative re-interpretation of psychogeography: psyschogeography less about the psychological dimensions of real space but more about the mind’s spatiality with the consideration of different forms of imagining as ‘places’ ...

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Ted Hiebert and Jin-Kyu Jung: Mapping haunted data

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IAS faculty members Ted Hiebert and Jin-Kyu Jung presented recent work on haunted data at the 2019 meeting of the Society for Literature, Science and the Arts (SLSA). Their paper, "Mapping haunted data: Occultations of psychogeography," shared experiments with the concept of haunted data ...

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