This interactive website is in support of a multi-year project on genocide memorials in Rwanda. By showcasing original geographic, ideographic, and photographic data collected in the field, the website provides a fascinating glimpse into the ongoing project, and affords a heretofore unavailable, GIS-aided perspective on the spatial dimensions of memory in the wake of collective violence.
Maps were made for a movie "The Supreme Price" about a woman from a political family in Nigeria. Maps were meant to show the diversity of Nigeria, and will be featured in the film, to be released early in 2015.
Map on top: Map made to simulate the typical in flight map one sees in an airplane. Used during the beginning of the movie, when the main character is flying Air France from Paris to Lagos.
In response to the Tohoku Earthquake and Tsunami (Mar 11th 2011), CGA established a rapid response data portal. With funding from the Reischauer Institute for Japanese Studies, the data layers were uploaded to an online webmap portal, where a number of additional data layers have been archived.