DataLab’s geospatial team led by Geospatial Data Specialist, Michele Tobias, collaborates with researchers to produce publication-quality map graphics for inclusion in journal articles and books. Below are recent map collaborations with topics in general terms.
- Repatriation map – Sophia’s Story: Reclaiming an Orphan From an ‘Indian School’, 2021
- Study site locations – Ron Runnebaum, Department of Viticulture & Enology
- Cities in Israel involved in organic food production – Rafi Grosglik, Department of Sociology
- Organizations related to his research, Washington DC – David McCourt, Department of Sociology
- Programs for intellectually disabled people – Matthew Conner, UC Davis Library – Conner, M. & Plocharcyzk, L. 2020. Libraries and Reading: Intellectual Disability and the Extent of Library Diversity (proposed title). Emerald Publishing Limited.
- Historical Paris cinema locations – Eric Smoodin, Department of American Studies – Smoodin, E. 2020. Paris in the Dark: Going to the Movies in the City of Light, 1930–1950. Duke University Press.
- Historical Maidu allotment locations – Beth Rose Middleton, Department of Native American Studies – Middleton Manning, B.R. 2018. Upstream: Trust Lands and Power on the Feather River. University of Arizona Press.
More information about DataLab’s cartographic services can be found on our Services Overview page.