Mapio Lleisiau’r Tir / Mapping Land Voices – August 2021 Stories of the forest sound archives: https://www.peoplescollection.wales/collections/1102166 Who knew that there were crofts hidden in the hills of my next-door village in Wales? I didn’t until very recently, when we started listening to the British Library/National Library of Wales sound archives collection. Dai Morgan, the Continue Reading »
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Blog – Unlocking our Sound Archive The Unlocking our Sound Archive project took us today to Nant Flur and Bryneithinog. The light was nickel-silver, and the lichen on the massive rocks of the old dwellings was stunning. And we sat on a couple of them looking at a short rainbow on the hilltop above the Continue Reading »
Book Launch: Monday, 14th September, 2020, Mapping Crisis: Participation, Datafication and Humanitarianism in the Age of Digital Mapping. To safeguard human lives quickly and effectively in humanitarian disasters, OpenStreetMapping (OSM) interventions generate life-saving maps whilst placing the governance and authorship of the field data into the hands of the communities where it originated. Institutional data Continue Reading »
Mapping Crisis: Participation, Datafication and Humanitarianism in the Age of Digital Mapping (University of London/Chicago Press, Human Rights Consortium) Editor: Doug Specht. Who knew that a book about personal data ethics, track and trace, government handling of life-saving disaster mapping data would become so topical? My contribution is the final chapter, ‘Modalities of United Statelessness’: Continue Reading »