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Al Idrisi: Map of Silver, Cartographer, Geographer

Explore the incredible map of silver, and the amazing life and work of Al-Idrisi (c. 1099-1166 CE) as narrated by geographer Joseph Kerski.  Be...

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

  Here the Christmas season is not only St. Nick and the Krampus.  Geographical Imaginations continues to explore Alpine cultural practices with weekend visits to...

EPISODE FIFTEEN Wanted: Rhythmanalysts

Does the City of Salzburg have rhythm?  Or rhythms, plural?  How do we access it?  Or them?  In EPISODE FIFTEEN we explore the concept of...

THE APPALACHIAN TRAIL: A Great American [Cultural] Pilgrimage

Journey step-by-step with Kevin S. Fox & Sonia Ibánez and get to know the how-to basics of hiking the Appalachian Trail, witness this other...

The Salzburg Rhythmanalysis Project

Do cities have their own rhythms? Come out to ARGE Kultur for Pecha Kucha Night Salzburg Vol. 28 this Thursday night (February 25) at...

EPISODE SIXTEEN Making Heritage

In EPISODE SIXTEEN, Making Heritage, we bring in two voices to help us analyze three sites with something in common: the historic city center of...

Geographical Imaginations Road Trip

Geographical Imaginations takes the show on the road next week for the Easter holidays. We visit the Slovak Republic and southern Poland and, no doubt,...

EPISODE SEVENTEEN Navigating Terra Incognita

Busy working on EPISODE SEVENTEEN, Navigating Terra Incognita. We start here in Salzburg with a statue of St. Vergilius, an 8th century Irish saint...

SCP E132 Using technology to make people happier and healthier, with Declan Edwards

In this episode I had a fascinating chat with Declan Edwards, Founder and CEO of BU Coaching and non-technical founder of the soon-to-be-launched PocketCoach...

Tobacco Road is Really in Connecticut

The University of Connecticut Huskies basketball teams have won a combined 15 NCAA Division 1 National Championships in the last 22 years. That is...

EPISODE EIGHTEEN

In Pedagogy of the Compressed we venture through different spaces of teaching and learning with Dr. Rich Heyman of the University of Texas and ride...

EPISODE NINETEEN It’s a Jopará World

In the show’s 19th episode we test locals on their knowledge of the country of Paraguay while locating their own geographical imaginations along the...

EPISODE TWENTY Sitting Near Borges

In EPISODE TWENTY, Sitting Near Borges, we look at the geographical imagination of the Argentine writer Jorge Luis Borges.  We visit a park bench in Cambridge,...

EPISODE TWENTY ONE Seeing Heimat Through a Lens

In EPISODE TWENTY ONE, Seeing Heimat Through a Lens, we discuss the power of photography to shape and frame sentiments and ideas about place-based national...

EPISODE TWENTY TWO Everyday Symphony Vol.1

Does a city have its own song?  A hum and beat that makes it unique?  Join us on this short expedition to record the...

Imagining Detroit Geographies

Imagining Detroit Geographies (click for a pdf) was a presentation given by Kevin S. Fox at Pecha Kucha Night Detroit Vol. 28 in conjunction with the...

EPISODE TWENTY THREE Deconstructing the Map w/ Denis Wood

Maps are ubiquitous in today’s world.  Our geographical imaginations are both expanded and limited by this “communication of geographical knowledge” (maybe an attempt at...

EPISODE TWENTY FOUR Countries & Capitals

In EPISODE TWENTY FOUR, Countries & Capitals, we seek to increase our geographic literacy by reviewing country names (in the order of most to least...

Pecha Kucha People

— Kevin S. Fox, host and producer of Geographical Imaginations, was recently honored by Pecha Kucha Nights as Pecha Kucha Person of the Week.  Have...

EPISODE TWENTY SEVEN Unconventional Worldmaps, Unconventional Worldviews

  Stay tuned for EPISODE TWENTY SEVEN.  “Unconventional Worldmaps, Unconventional Worldviews” will broadcast first from Radio Fabrik on January 28th at 7:06 PM Salzburg time (1:06 PM...

A VerySpatial Podcast – Episode 627

A VerySpatial Podcast Shownotes – Episode 627 25 September 2019 Geovangelizing. Click to directly download MP3 http://traffic.libsyn.com/avsp/AVSP_Episode627.mp3 Topic: This week we talk about getting the word out about Geography. Originally posted...

EPISODE TWENTY EIGHT Auf Deutsch Bitte

Stay tuned for EPISODE TWENTY EIGHT. We call it Auf Deutsch Bitte. This episode will broadcast first from Radio Fabrik (www.radiofabrik.at) on February 25th...

SoundCloud: The Geospatial-Intelligence Revolution is Underway with Tom Monheim | National Security Law Today

The black letter law and articles discussed in this episode are 10 USC 467 https://uscode.house.gov/view.xhtml?req=granuleid:USC-prelim-title10-section467&num=0&edition=prelim Cosmos Iriduim Collision: Space News, “U.S. Satellite Destroyed in Space Collision” https://spacenews.com/u-s-satellite-destroyed-in-space-collision/ Department of...

EPISODE TWENTY NINE A Great American Pilgrimage

  Stay tuned for EPISODE TWENTY NINE. We call it “A Great American Pilgrimage.” This episode will broadcast first from Radio Fabrik (www.radiofabrik.at) on March...

EPISODE THIRTY Dances with Bees

EPISODE THIRTY airs Saturday, April 22 at 7:06 PM Salzburg time. We call this one, “Dances with Bees.” Listen to and/or stream from Radio...

Public Geographies, Public Geographer…

Took the train Saturday to Solothurn, Switzerland for their Pecha Kucha Night #3. I got carried away and presented 3 different projects: Geographical Imaginations,...

EPISODE THIRTY ONE The World as Village: 100 People

In EPISODE THIRTY ONE we use statistics to bring the world closer to home and to inform how we think about our place within...

SCP E131 Where to next for Smart Cities and Communities? (Part 3)

  I’m back with another bonus episode of the podcast that brings together multiple guests answers to the question “where to next with Smart Cities...

EPISODE THIRTY TWO Hasta La Habana Siempre

  What comes to mind when someone says, “CUBA?”  Classic automobiles, Buena Vista, Che?  Maybe you envision a socialist utopia with free, universal healthcare and...

EPISODE THIRTY THREE Summer Reading Vol. 1

    Welcome to our inaugural summer reading series.  Listen to EPISODE THIRTY THREE as we explore C.C. Long’s 1894 classic primary school text.  In “Home...

SoundCloud: Ep. 47: All-in-One Virtual Health Assistant – Sanjeev Wadhwa (CEO Life Singularity) |...

Sanjeev Wadhwa, Founder and CEO of Life Singularity. Life singularity is a startup looking to ultimately create A Virtual Assistant for every individual on...

EPISODE THIRTY FOUR Summer Reading Vol. 2

  In EPISODE THIRTY FOUR we pick up from where we left off in C.C. Long’s classic text, “Home Geography for Primary Grades.”  Starting with...

Karibu Tanzania

Geographical Imaginations (G.I.) will make its first public presentation in Dar es Salaam at Pecha Kucha Nights Vol. 14 on September 14, 2017 at...

EPISODE THIRTY FIVE Summer Reading Vol. 3

  We finish our summer reading of C.C. Long’s “Home Geography” in EPISODE THIRTY FIVE.  Lessons 33 through 45 round out this primer for developing...

PechaKucha Night Dar es Salaam Vol. 14

Karibu Tanzania!  Geographical Imaginations has arrived and is looking for ideas and collaborators for its 4th season of radio expeditions into the everything and...

SoundCloud: Episode 29 – Spatial Librarian Takeover | The Mappyist Hour

Kiri, Michelle, and Diane take the wheel and discussion about what it's like to be a Spatial Librarian at a university Source by The Mappyist...

EPISODE THIRTY SIX: La Arquitecta

Photo by Mileyra Pavel     In “La Arquitecta” we explore the resonance of spaces and (other) feminist perspectives on urban design with German-born architect Chris Heidrich. ...

SoundCloud: Hugs & Sundaes | Unmanned Uncovered

Troy Hittle is the North American General Manager for senseFly – a company whose proven drone solutions simplify the collection and analysis of geospatial...

EPISODE THIRTY SEVEN: Zanzibar, or the Last Reason

  EPISODE THIRTY SEVEN marks the beginning of Season Four and our first show from Tanzania in East Africa.  This episode first airs from Radio...