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Keweenaw Time Traveler Re-Launch for Researchers
Come and learn about….

How we mapped almost 20 million variables about the past population, places, and environments in the region?

​How did we link historical datasets across time and space?

How can you use this as a research tool?

​How does this project engage a broad public in spatial humanities research and education?

Jun 1, 2022 11:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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We acknowledge that Nayaano-nibiimaang Gichigamiin (“The Five Freshwater Seas,” the Laurentian Great Lakes) bioregion is the ancestral, traditional, and contemporary lands and waters of numerous Indigenous nations, including the Anishinaabeg— the Three Fires Confederacy of Ojibwe, Odawa, and Potawatomi peoples. We acknowledge Indigenous peoples as the region’s original caretakers and knowledge keepers, and we recognize their centuries-long contributions to the stewardship and governance of the world’s largest system of freshwater that continues into the present day. Moreover, we acknowledge our many more-than-human relatives who call this region home, and have done so since time immemorial.

Speakers

Don Lafreniere
Project Director @Michigan Tech Social Sciences
Sarah Fayen Scarlett
Co-Project Director @Michigan Tech Social Sciences
Dan Trepal
Co-Project Director @Michigan Tech Geospatial Research Facility
Robert Pastel
Co-Project Director @Michigan Tech Computer Science
Karla Saari Kitalong
Co-Project Director @Michigan Tech Humanities