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A Future for “The Havermap”?

Now that Special Collections’ map exhibit in the library is over, what will happen to “The Havermap?” The large aerial view of the campus, conceived by Eli Blood-Patterson ’11, aimed to map the “social geography” of Haverford and invited viewers to tag different spots on campus with their recollections of personal events that happened there. Continue reading

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Digital Cartography: Connecting the Past and Present

On Jan. 26, Robert Cheetham and Deb Boyer, who both work at geospatial software development firm Azavea, illustrated how one can now use digital maps to connect more than just places at a talk in Magill Library. Continue reading

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Student-Artists Interpret Maps

Magill’s Alcove Gallery is hosting Mapping as Painting and Drawing: A Student Exhibition, a show of work by student-artists in Visiting Assistant Professor of Fine Arts Elizabeth Whalley’s 200-level drawing and painting classes. Continue reading

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Maps Show Opens in Magill Library

Quaker & Special Collections just opened its latest show, You Are Here: Exploring the Contours of our Academic Community Though Maps, in the Sharpless Gallery of Magill Library. Continue reading

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