Participants in the Social Science History Association meetings often have interesting things to say about their work with GIS. At this year’s conference (in Chicago later this month) there are several sessions on New Directions in Historical GIS. Usual names from US and UK represented, and some new ones as well. I hope these presentations become papers that we can read.
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