- Jacobson, Matthew Frye. “More ‘Trans-,’ Less ‘National.’” Journal of American Ethnic History 25, no. 4 (July 1, 2006): 74–84.
- White, Richard. “What Is Spatial History?”
- Google Maps – My Maps: If you are logged into your Google account, go to maps.google.com and click on “My Maps” and then “Create Map”. You can export your map as KML by adding “&output=kml” to the end of the URL for the map you create (the URL is in the upper right, where the chain/link icon is).
- Google Maps Engine Lite (Beta) and the support documents.
- KML Tutorial
- Viewshare.org (Sign up for an account so that you can work with the software in class.)
- Urban Experience Chicago: Hull House and Its Neighborhoods
- Mapping DuBois
- Tuesday Activity: Test Google Maps, Google Map Engine Lite, and ViewShare
- Thursday Activity: Produce a map that relates to your research topic/question.
- Blog: What critical questions does spatial history raise for your project work? how you consider immigration history?
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