Georgetown University Library Showcase – Mapping Projects
An exploration of the different motivations of runners, the diversity of the sport, and the advocacy for more inclusivity in competition.
This StoryMaps project seeks to recognize, in a prominent way, the Catholic sisters who led on campus and earned diplomas and degrees.
This StoryMap explores the emotional, physical, and mnemonically liminal space of what it means to be an “exile” living in the United States by showcasing an exiled Chilean Family.
An exploration of London's street markets through StoryMaps, done as the final project for the CALL Scholars program.
This StoryMap tells the story of those whose lives were deemed irreparable before they reached adulthood: that of juvenile lifers.
Explore the history and evolution of musical traditions at Midwest Chinese Family Camp, a camp founded by Chinese Civil War refugees.
"The newly founded female empowerment organization is building sisterhoods of support for women and girls in the DC community," and by compiling all of my journalistic pieces that I wrote throughout the semester about the organization, my storymap presents a cohesive story of what P.R.O.M.I.S.E. (HER) is all about!
I mapped food poverty in Philadelphia using ArcGIS software while reading Marcia Chatelain's book Franchise.
What's in a name? A local high school tries to answer that question as they ask themselves: who deserves the honor of representing their community.
This project is a website of a digital exhibit highlighting several efforts of community control in Harlem.
This site gives a tour of where the food system has gone wrong in Birmingham, Alabama by mapping food access and food sovereignty.
A StoryMap that analyzes the hog industry in Duplin County, NC through an environmental and food justice lens.
"Confronting Climate Change" is an analysis of the relationship between climate gentrification and racial segregation in Dade County, Florida.
This story map provides an overview of community health in the Marina District of San Francisco, exploring various social determinants of health.