Save the date for the Mapping Grand Canyon Conference -- Thursday, February 28 -- Friday, March 1, 2019.
The ASU Library Map and Geospatial Hub is pleased to host a symposium (mini-conference) dedicated to exploring, examining, and celebrating the cartographic history of the greater Grand Canyon region, the Mapping Grand Canyon Conference.
The event unites historians, geographers, cartographers, artists, geologists, environmentalists, surveyors, conservationists, rafters, hikers, librarians, and anyone else with a love for the Grand Canyon for a day of engaging presentations and hands-on activities related to the past, present, and future of representing and creating knowledge about this awe-inspiring region through maps.
Support for this event is generously provided by:
- ASU Library,
- the ASU Institute for Humanities Research (IHR),
- the ASU School of Earth and Space Exploration,
- the ASU School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning,
- the ASU Spatial Analysis and Research Center (SPARC),
- the Arizona Geographic Alliance, and others.
Additional opportunities for sponsorship remain. For inquires, please contact the Map and Geospatial Hub. Dedicated web pages coming soon.
The Mapping Grand Canyon | Mini-Conference is an official National Park Service / Grand Canyon Association 2019 centennial event. Go Grand!