The Master of Applied Science in Spatial Analysis for Public Health is a fully online degree program offered by the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. It prepares students to effectively collect, map and interpret geographic information to test and refine hypotheses to answer a set of questions within the public health sector.
CESTA at Stanford University (https://cesta.stanford.edu/)
Center for Spatial and Textual Analysis
Machines in the Valley: Growth, Conflict, and Environmental Politics in Silicon Valley (2016) · The digital component of my PhD dissertation using spatial history and digital narrative to explore the environmental history of Silicon Valley.
Framing Red Power: The Trail of Broken Treaties, the American Indian Movement, and the Politics of Media (2009) · The digital component to my Master’s thesis using text analysis to explore how media received the American Indian Movement’s message during the Trail of Broken Treaties.
Geography of the Post (2014) · In collaboration with Cameron Blevins, we visualized the spread of 14,000 post offices in the nineteenth-century American West.