Alexander von Humboldt Lecture

Wednesday, May 8, 2019
3:00 pm - 5:00 pm, Faculty Center - Sequoia Room

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Admission

Free and open to the public.

Contact

Geography Department
(310) 825-1072
kasi@geog.ucla

Additional Information

Professor Matthew Zook, University of Kentucky
"Digital Geographies of Urban Inequality and Economic Attention"

As more and more aspects of contemporary society are tracked and quantified, the emerging cloud of so-called ‘big data’ is widely considered to represent a fundamental change in the way we interact with and understand the spaces of cities and economies. Drawing from a series of recent projects this talk demonstrates the potential of big data for human geographic research with cases ranging from urban mobility and gentrification to the attentional economy of the fashion industry.

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