Order of Multitudes

Atlas

Atlases are ways of representing the world and all of its related components, usually through visual means. Often thought of as books of maps or charts, or books of scientific diagrams, atlases attempt to explain how the people, places, and things contained within them are similar to, connected with, and dependent on, each other. Constructed with the aid of expert tools, atlases condense complex relationships into images that are easy for viewers to grasp.

No. Title Type Author Added on
1 The Past is not a Monument: Manan Ahmed on Data and Power Conversation

Yi Lu

Friday 05 Feb 2021
2 Connecting with Place: A Conversation with Regan Rosburg Conversation

Sarah Pickman

Monday 21 Dec 2020
3 When the Archive is Personal: Discussing Travel, Art, and Archival Layers with Heddi Siebel Conversation

Sarah Pickman

Monday 14 Dec 2020
4 Connectivity as Reimagined Geographies Conversation

Allison Chu

Monday 07 Dec 2020
5 Deep, Broad, and Out: Paul Messier on Collections as Datasets Conversation

Sarah Pickman

Monday 23 Nov 2020
6 Tracing the Material Lives of Archives Conversation

Allison Chu

Monday 02 Nov 2020
7 Building an Interactive Database Conversation

Allison Chu

Monday 12 Oct 2020
8 More Isnt Always Better: Thinking About Big Data with Bill Rankin Conversation

Sarah Pickman

Friday 09 Oct 2020
9 First Nations: Ethical Landscapes, Sacred Plants (Nov 13th 2020) Event Thursday 08 Oct 2020
10 Alessandro Acquisti People Tuesday 06 Oct 2020