Social Explorer Goes to the Social Science History Association Conference by Sydney Beveridge
Social Explorer’s Andrew Beveridge is attending the 35th annual Social Science History Association conference this week, where he will be on three panels:
- He will be chairing a panel on “New Directions in Historical GIS (1): Substantive findings and web-based resources” where he will be leading the discussion and presenting, “Exploring Long Term US Change: Research and Teaching with Social Explorer.”
- He will also be chairing a session on “The Voting Rights Act at 45: New Directions and New Challenges,” featuring his article “Success or Failure in Cumulative Voting Systems.”
- Additionally, he will be a participant in “Foundations of the Mortgage Meltdown,” which includes his paper “The Origins of the “Bubble” and the Financial Crisis 2008: “Looting” by Lenders or Default by Profligate Borrowers.”
Visit the exhibition hall to meet our friends at the Minnesota Population Center. You can find out more about Social Explorer at their booth, and if you mention our blog, you might get a Social Explorer tote bag.