We’re looking forward to welcoming some excellent speakers to our workshop on Mapping Digitial Humanitarianism this week. You can find the workshop programme on the event page and details of workshop organisers here. Below you’ll find a list of the speakers and their biographies.
“If you can have a tablet, e-book and 4g, why can’t I have a cellphone?” Blog post by Vitor Henrique Pinto Ido @vitor_ido Image credit: Jefferson Rudy/Agência Senado via Flickr. CCBY2.0 In 2013, at a former Catholic convent where now lies the São Paulo branch of the Goethe Institut, a “multimedia opera inspired by Yanomami myths” called “A queda
Faith Taylor, University of Portsmouth, UK Faith.firstname.lastname@example.org @faithatron We recently finished a short GCRF funded project called ‘Why we Disagree about Resilience’ (WhyDAR). WhyDAR aimed to bring an interdisciplinary team of artists, social and physical scientists together to open up a broader definition of resilience to natural hazards and create visualisations of this. The motivation