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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


    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