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Christine de Pizan Through Storymaps, by David Joseph Wrisley

David Joseph Wrisley

NYU Abu Dhabi

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ArcGIS Storymaps

Storymap.js

Dataset of places mentioned in Christine de Pizan

Interactive map

Selected storymaps for medievalists

The Road to Agincourt (Chatzis, Edinburgh) (military history)

Sul camino del Rinascimento (EIPACA di Manosque) (art production) 

London’s lost river: the Tyburn (MOLA) (geo-archeology)

The Garden of Earthly Delights – Hieronymus Bosch (art history) 

Game of Thrones : Arya’s Journey (cultural studies) 

On mapping Christine de Pizan 

Wrisley, D.J. (2018). The Literary Geographies of Christine de Pizan, Approaches to Teaching Christine de Pizan, ed. Andrea Tarnowski. MLA, 156-163.

Some Starting Points for Medieval Spatial Datasets 

Digital Atlas for Roman and Medieval Civilization https://darmc.harvard.edu/data-availability 

Morreale, L. (2019). Exploring Place in the French of Italy, 1st Edition (Version Omeka Classic, CartoDB). Zenodo. http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.2562276 

Wrisley, D. J. (2015). The Literary Geographies of Christine de Pizan (geo-data) [Data set]. Approaches to Teaching Christine de Pizan. Modern Language Association. http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.35350

A General Rubric for Academic Web-Based Writing:

Wrisley, D.J. (2020, July). Rubric for Academic Web-based Writing (Version 1.0). Zenodo. http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3932709

On (Medieval) Culture and Mapping

Lethbridge, E., Hartman, S. (2016). Inscribing Environmental Memory in the Icelandic Sagas and the Icelandic Saga Map, PMLA 131.2, 381-391.

Kinniburgh, M.C. (2018). Spatial Reading: Digital Literary Maps of the Icelandic Outlaw Sagas, Digital Medievalist 11(1).

Petrulevich, A., Backman, A. Adams, J. (2019). Medieval Macrospace Through GIS: The Norse World Project Approach. The Cartographic Journal, 57.1.

Wrisley, D.J. (2017). Locating Medieval French: or Why We Collect and Visualize the Geographic Information of Texts, Speculum 92, no. S1, S145-S169.

Wrisley, D.J. (2020). Exploring the Geographies of Froissart’s Chroniques, H-France Salon, 12:8, #26.

On Storymapping and Pedagogy 

Dickinson, S., Telford, A. (2020). The Visualities of Digital Story Mapping: Teaching the ‘Messiness’ of Qualitative Methods Through Mapping Technologies. Journal of Geography in Higher Education.

ESRI. Story Maps and the Digital Humanities   https://collections.storymaps.esri.com/humanities/

Sinton, D.S. (n.d.) Mapping. Digital Pedagogy in the Humanities: Concepts, Models and Experiments. https://digitalpedagogy.mla.hcommons.org/keywords/mapping/.

Wrisley, D.J. (2018). Mapping in the Digital Liberal Arts: Models, methods, futures, AMICAL webinar.

To cite this page

Wrisley, David Joseph. “Christine de Pizan Through Storymaps.” Middle Ages for Educators, July 15, 2020. Accessed [date]. http://middleagesforeducators.com/course-materials/christine-de-pizan-through-storymaps-by-david-joseph-wrisley/

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Thinking about Pedagogy as Medievalists, by Leah Shopkow

Leah Shopkow

Indiana University, Bloomington

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Annotated Bibliography

Shopkow, Leah. “Annotated Bibliography: Thinking about Pedagogy as Medievalists,” Middle Ages for Educators, [date accessed].

Poster Assignment

Indiana University, Bloomington. (2016). Poster Prompt and Assessment Rubric for Final Assignment. History B204: Medieval Heroes. Bloomington, Illinois: Leah Shopkow.

To cite this page

Shopkow, Leah. “Thinking about Pedagogy as Medievalists.” Middle Ages for Educators, July 14, 2020. Accessed [date]. http://middleagesforeducators.com/online-teaching/thinking-about-pedagogy-as-medievalists,-by-leah-shopkow/