The weekly Spatial Thinking seminar offers presentations and discussions of scholarship at the forefront of spatial social science.
The Spatial Thinking seminar meets from 12:15 pm-1:30 pm on Thursdays.
Sep 8: Introduction & Planning (Danielle Schmidt & Sarah Farr)
Sep 15: Intro to Spatial Thinking and discussion of Lefevbre (Sarah Farr & Luke Hingtgen)
Sep 22: Continued from previous session, additional topic TBD
Sep 29: Half-baked ideas: 1) Environmental Justice and Recycling in Wisconsin (Alexis Econie), 2) [half-slot open]
Oct 6: Paper workshop: “Producing and Emplacing Difference: Property Regulation and Segregation in Mexico City” (Sarah Farr)
Oct 13: Slot open
Oct 20: Learning Session: Choosing Spatial Models/R Tutorial (Alex Mikulas & Sarah Farr)
Oct 27: Data on water toxins (Rachel Rosenfeld)
Nov 3: Slot open
Nov 10: Foreclosure and segregation (Alex Mikulas)
Nov 17: Slot open
Nov 24: ** NO SESSION; THANKSGIVING BREAK **
Dec 1: Half-baked ideas: 1) Spatial dialectics as a method (Luke Hingtgen), 2) [half-slot open]
Dec 8: Land value changes driven by PPAs (Danielle Schmidt & John Canfield)
Spatial thinkers will sign up for presentation slots at our first meeting on September 8th. Please check back for a schedule of presentations.
You can find a syllabus with more information on the seminar here.
Questions? Please contact Sarah Farr or Danielle Schmidt.
Zoom link: https://uwmadison.zoom.us/j/99552783951?pwd=Tlh5azUwbUk3RExtbGZ3bkVZR2NFdz09
Meeting ID: 995 5278 3951
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