Thursday, November 16 / 3:15 PM - 5:00 PM Glacier (2nd Floor)

Session 52
Preserving History: Community Building, Deep Mapping, and Scholarly Engagement

Chair: Darold Cuba, University of Cambridge

1. Building Community through Building Rehabilitation: Elizabeth City State University’s Rosenwald Practice School and Principal’s HouseMelissa Stuckey, Elizabeth City State University.

2. Meaningfully Engaging Public Stakeholders in Deep Mapping ProjectsJames Juip, Michigan Tech University.

3. Mapping the Origins of Segregation Using GIS ResourcesAmber Crowell, California State University, Fresno; Mark Fossett, Texas A&M University.

4. Fostering a Next-Generation of Scholars in Historical Geography and GISDon Lafreniere, Michigan Technological University; Dan Trepal, Michigan Technological University; Sarah Fayen Scarlett, Michigan Technological University; James Juip, Michigan Tech University.

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