Spatial Humanities relies upon powerful geospatial technologies and methods to explore new questions about the relationship of space to human behavior and social, economic, political, and cultural development.
We are a recognized leader in developing the field of spatial humanities, which revitalizes and redefines scholarship by (re)introducing geographic concepts of space to questions about human behavior and cultural development.
We have been actively engaged in spatial humanities since the 1990s. We have since hosted international planning workshops, created an online atlas of religion in North America, and developed curricula to serve humanities and researchers, yielding approximately $500,000 in external funding in the past three years.
In addition to our many local and national projects, we also collaborate with researchers around the world to explore spatial narratives, advanced visualization, dynamic context, and immersive environments. We can provide our expertise and experience in your search to bridge the humanities with spatial technology.