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    Une rencontre sur la cartographie radicale à Toronto en juillet 2012
    Je regrette de ne pouvoir y être, c’est très appétissant...

    Mapping Transnational Space
    July 23/24 2012
    CCGES, York University, Toronto

    Monday 23.7., 305 York Lanes

    9:30 Introduction, welcome
    Ulrich Best, Boris Michel

    10:00-12:30 Mapping and critique
    Cecile Gintrac (Paris): The critique of maps in French geography
    Rosa Orlandini (York): Ethno-linguistic maps of South-Eastern Europe: an overview and discussion of
    the Volkstumskarte maps
    Boris Michel (Erlangen): commentary

    12:30-13:30 Lunch break

    13:30-15:15 Mapping and surveillance
    Henning Fueller (Erlangen): Syndromic surveillance and the mapping of an unknown unknown
    Bernd Belina (Frankfurt): Crime mapping/CompStat: a neoliberal technology going transnational?

    15:30-17:30 Mapping Israel/Palestine
    Christian Bittner (Erlangen): Old Game, new Rules? Web 2.0 Mapping in Israel/Palestine
    Jess Bier (Maastricht): The Colonizer in the Computer: The Influence of Transnational Materialities on Digital Cartography in the Palestinian Authority
    Kevin DeJesus (Rhode Island): Commentator

    Tuesday 24.7., 305 York Lanes

    10:00-12:30 European borders
    Ulrich Best (York): Putting Poland on the map: the making of Poland as a border space after 1989
    Jörg Mose (Muenster): Cartography and spatial identity in Spain
    Andrew Burridge (Durham): Mapping border management at the external borders of Europe: Frontex and Greece

    12:30-13:30 Lunch break with a poster presentation by Kevin DeJesus

    13:30-16:30 North American borders
    Heather Nicol (Trent): Border Stories: Universalizing US Hegemony in North America Through Border Metaphors
    Juanita Sundberg (UBC), Andrew Burridge (Durham), Geoffrey Boyce (Arizona): Becoming Geographer: Mapping the Altar Valley in Arizona’s Contested Borderlands

    16:30-17 Conclusion

    The workshop is supported by a grant from the DAAD, the German Academic Exchange Service

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    Ulrich Best
    DAAD Visiting Professor
    Canadian Centre for German and European Studies
    and Department of Geography
    York University
    4700 Keele Street
    Toronto, ON, M3J 1P3

    Tel: 416 736 2100 ext. 22406
    email: ubest@yorku.ca