Date: Wednesday, October 2nd 2019
Time: 13:00 - 14:00
Place: LLC 1
The second Brown Bag Research Series event of the semester will be presented by Dr. Maryvelma Smith O'Neil.
Jerusalem is comprised of twenty-five archaeological strata and nearly thirty major historical periods. It is a treasure of historical, archaeological, human and religious significance possessing enormous symbolic value and evoking deep passion. The Hara al-Maghariba (Moroccan Quarter), which was integral to that pattern from 1193 until 1967, is the focus of a pilot digital mapping project.
The next phase will digitally map the 3D Illés Relief of Jerusalem (1873). As a dynamic digital map-cum-virtual archive, accessible through an interactive website, it will create and display new narratives of engagement for stakeholders, policy makers and a global audience.
While this is a free event, we kindly ask that you register >> HERE
Wednesday, October 2, 2019
Webster University Geneva, LLC 1
Route de Collex 9 1293 Bellevue, Switzerland