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AAG 2011 - Special Track on Historical Gazetteers

Symposium on Space-Time Integration Sessions -  AAG Seattle
co-sponsored by Harvard Univeristy’s Center for Geographic Analysis and the AAG
Wednesday-Friday, April 13-15, 2011

Organized by Peter Bol, Merrick Lex Berman, and Humphrey Southall

See also Temporal Gazetteers Research page

2287.Major Placename Research Projects
Chair: Peter Bol, Harvard University

  • Songdi Wu, Fudan University; Zhimin MAN, Fudan University; Tao SUN, Fudan University
    Towards a Database of Chinese Historical Place-Names

  • Sean Gillies, New York University; Tom Elliot, New York University
    Pleiades: the un-GIS for ancient geography

  • David Parsons, University of Wales
    Place-Names Research in Britain

  • Jon Campbell, United States Geological Survey
    Introduction to the Board on Geographic Names

  • Marc Wick, GeoNames
    GeoNames

2487. Ontologies of Place; Names and Language
Chair: Peter Bol, Harvard University

2587. Gazetteer Elements; Temporal Frameworks
Chair: Peter Bol, Harvard University

3187. Topics in Gazetteer Construction
Chair: Ruth Mostern, University of California - Merced

3287. Using Historical and Cultural Gazetteers
Chair: Humphrey Southall, University of Portsmouth

3487. Interoperable gazetteers and the spatially enabled web - What will the future of gazetteers be in the sphere of networked information?
Chair: May Yuan, University of Oklahoma

3587. Building World Historical Gazetteers from Historical GIS(1)
Chair: Merrick Berman, China Historical GIS, Harvard University

3687. Data Models and Content Standards
Chair: Karl Grossner, University of California, Santa Barbara

4187. Building World Historical Gazetteers from Historical GIS (2)
Chair: Guoping Huang, Harvard GSD/CGA

  • Youcheol KIM, professor; Byung Nam Yoon, professor; Hyunjong Kim
    The development of GIS-DB System for the historical gazetteer and its application in East Asia

  • Kei-ichi Okunuki; Tsunetoshi Mizoguchi, Nagoya University, Skinner f s
    GIS Dataset of Early Meiji Japan

  • Tsunetoshi Mizoguchi, Nagoya University,
    Local gazetteers and Land-check survey records in Tokugawa and Meiji Era in Japan

4287. Building a Temporally Enabled Global Gazetteer
Chair: Peter Bol, Harvard University

4587. "There is no place like home!" - Why Historians would want to use a GIS
Chair: Charles Bartlett Travis, Trinity College Dublin

  • Alexander Von Lünen, University of Portsmouth
    It's about time - not! Or: The past does not compute

  • Donald Lafreniere, University of Western Ontario; Jason Gilliland, University Of Western Ontario
    Beyond the Narrative: Using H-GIS to Reveal Hidden Patterns and Processes of Daily Life in Nineteenth-Century Cities

  • Charles Bartlett Travis, Dr, Department of Geography, NUI Maynooth, Ireland
    The 'Abstract Machine' of Historical GIS

  • J. B. Owens, Ph.D., Idaho State University
    Using GIS to Explore the Nonlinear Dynamics of Historic Systems.

4687. Space-time historical data analysis and visualisation of Japan
Chair: Tomoki Nakaya, Geography Department, Ritsumeikan University

  • Tomoki Nakaya, Geography Department, Ritsumeikan University; Kazumasa Hanaoka, Geography Department, Ritsumeikan University
    Reading space-time clusters of outbreaks on a set of historical disease maps: Analysing an early effort to detect clusters of typhoid fever cases in Kyoto, 1928-9.

  • Keiji Yano, Ritsumeikan University; Toshikazu Seto, Ritsumeikan University; Takafusa Iizuka, Ritsumeikan University; Ayako Matsumoto, Ritsumeikan University; Takashi Kirimura, Ritsumeikan University; Tomoki Nakaya, Ritsumeikan University; Yuzuru Isoda, Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University
    Space-time change of urban landscape with Kyo-machiya in Virtual Kyoto.

  • Ayako Matsumoto, Ritsumeikan University; Naomi Akaishi, Ritsumeikan University; Toshikazu Seto, Ritsumeikan University; Takafusa Iizuka, Ritsumeikan University; Keiji Yano, Ritsumeikan University
    Spatial Temporal Analysis on the Transition of Street Landscape with Kyo-machiya.

  • Michael Batty, University College; Kazumasa Hanaoka, Ritsumiekan University; Tomoki Nakaya, Ritsumeikan University; Oliver O'Brien, University College; Keiji Yano, Ritsumeikan University
    Space-Time Dynamics of the Japanese Urban System.

Harvard Event Category  Other Events
Event date  Wednesday, April 13, 2011 - 2:00pm
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