CrisisCamp Haiti – Saturday crisis mapping event

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Sorry for the short notice, but I just found out about CrisisCamp Haiti, a crisis mapping volunteer event being held in multiple locations tomorrow, Saturday January 16th, which is going “to bring together volunteers to collaborate on technology projects which aim to assist in Haiti’s relief efforts by providing data, information, maps and technical assistance […]

Congrats Dr. Ferber

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A huge round of applause goes out to our friend Mike Ferber who successfully defended his dissertation this morning at WVU. Barb said it in her post below, but it deserves its own post too. You can check out Mike’s faculty page at King’s University College and at the King’s Green Pad blog where he […]

Geography of Religion

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I just came out of a very interesting dissertation defense on emergence and the geograpy of religion. One of the most interesting was the Glenmary Research Center data which is one of the only religious data centes in the U.S. The other being the Pew Foundation Forum on Religion & Public Life. His topic was […]