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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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Jin-Kyu Jung leads study abroad trip to South Korea and establishes ties with local institutions

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IAS faculty member Jin-Kyu Jung recently returned from South Korea with 9 UW students from the Bothell and Seattle campuses. This trip was part of an Early-Fall Student Abroad program, “Mapping Communities in the Smart City,” co-led with Gunwha Oh (affiliate faculty in IAS and lecturer in the Deptartment of Geography).

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Jin-Kyu Jung co-authors “Qualitative GIS and Spatial Research”

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IAS faculty member Jin-Kyu Jung co-authored a flagship chapter with Sarah Elwood, “Qualitative GIS and Spatial Research.” The chapter, which appears in SAGE Research Methods Foundations (SRMF), presents a critical review of qualitative GIS as a mixed methods framework for social and spatial research. It reflects an earlier wave of qualitative approaches in the 2000s implementing qualitative forms of representation or analysis into GIS-based research.

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