[ PLEASE NOTE: This page is an archive of the 2013-2014 series. For the current colloquium series, please follow this link. ]

The Center for Geographic Analysis hosts a colloquium to engage the Harvard community with innovative geographic research. Contact Matthew W. Wilson for details.

2013-2014 SERIES

Fri., Sept. 27th, 3:30pm, CGIS Knafel K354
Chair and Professor, Department of Geography, The Ohio State University
The paradox of China 2.0: Freedom within the great firewall and growing networked authoritarianism in the People’s Republic of China
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Wed., Oct. 2nd, 12pm, CGIS Knafel K262
, Chair and Professor, Department of Geography, University of Vermont
co-sponsored with the Center on the Developing Child
Teens, Technology, and Transportation
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Fri., Oct. 11th, 12:30pm, CGIS South S450
, Director of the National Institute of Regional and Spatial Analysis and Professor of Geography, National University of Ireland, Maynooth
The Real-Time City? Big Data and Smart Urbanism
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Wed., Oct. 16th, 12pm, CGIS South S050
Professor of Geography, University of Zurich
Affective and effective geographic information visualization
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Fri., Oct. 18th, 12pm, CGIS South S450
ALAN MISLOVE, Assistant Professor, College of Computer and Information Science, Northeastern University
Privacy in Online Social Networks
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Wed., Nov. 6th, 12pm, CGIS South S450
ENRICO STEIGER and RENÉ WESTERHOLT, PhD Candidates in GIScience, Heidelberg University
Understanding Social Events: Investigating Twitter for Event Detection and Mobility Analysis
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Fri., Nov. 8th, 12:30pm, CGIS South S450
TIM CRESSWELL, Professor of History and International Affairs, Northeastern University
On Friction
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Wed., Dec. 4th, 12pm, CGIS Knafel K262
Regents' Professor and Walter Isard Chair, School of Geographical Sciences, Arizona State University
Software tools for modern spatial econometrics
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Fri., Mar. 7th, 12:30pm, CGIS South S050
JOEL WAINWRIGHT, Associate Professor, Department of Geography, The Ohio State University
Climate Leviathan
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Fri., Mar. 14th, 3pm, CGIS Knafel K354
 PhD Candidate, Geography and Urban Studies, Temple University
After the Smart City, What?: Ubiquitous Computing Technologies and the Networked Urban Condition
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Wed., Apr. 2nd, 12:30pm, RSVP, space limited:
President and Founder, Esri, Redlands, CA
Reflections on Howard Fisher and the Lab

Wed., May 7th, 12:30pm, CGIS South S250
MATTHEW W. WILSON Visiting Faculty, Harvard GSD and Assistant Professor of Geography, University of Kentucky
Geography, Harvard, and Digital Mapping
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