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Harvard Conference on the Use of Aerial Photography in Anthropological Fieldwork, Harvard

1972 City University Conference on Cognitive and Emotional Aspects of Urban Life, City University of New York
1975 Wayne University Conference on Community and Individual Identity, Wayne University
1976 American Association for the Advancement of Science, Boston (“Psychogeomorphology of Mud”)
1978 International Users' Conference on Computer Mapping Software and Data Bases, Harvard
  Ninth International Conference on Cartography, Washington
  International Symposium on Selected Criminological Topics, Stockholm
1985 Third Annual Seminar of Publications and Educational Media Divisions, National Geographic Society
1986 Research Triangle Comparative Pathology Colloquy, Raleigh
  Schools Atlas Conference, Calgary
1993 Yale-Smithsonian Material Culture Seminar, New York
1995 keynote, First Alexandria Design Review of the National Center for Geographic Information and Analysis at the Xerox Document Center, Leesburg, VA
  TriCHI, the Research Triangle chapter of the ACM Special Interest Group on Computer-Human Interaction, Research Triangle Park, NC, 1995
  keynote, annual meeting of the North American Cartographic Information Society, Wilmington, NC, 1995
2000 Cornish College of Art Speaker Series, Seattle Asian Art Museum, Seattle, 2000
2001 Tang Teaching Museum speaker series, Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, NY, 2001
  Salmagundi Conference, “Is This An Age of Museums?” Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, NY, 2001
  4th Annual Cultural Inquiry, Richard Hugo House. Seattle, 2001
2002 “Genius Loci Symposium,” SCI-Arc, Los Angeles, 2002
  Vermont Institute of Natural Science Community Mapping Program Summer Institute, Woodstock, VT, 2002
  National Council on Geographic Education, Philadelphia, 2002 (“Thinking About Maps as Talk Instead of Pictures”)
2003 American Public Health Association, San Francisco, 2003 (“Soft Time in a Hard Place”)
2004 “The Natures of Maps,” Goldsmiths College, University of London, 2004
  Whitechapel Gallery, London, 2004 (“Notes for a History of the Term ‘Atlas’”)
2005 Higgins Center for the Humanities, Clark University, Worcester, Massachusetts (“Map Art”)
  Association of American Geographers, Denver, 2005 (“The Ins and the Outs”)
  keynote, 4th Annual URISA PPGIS Conference, Cleveland (“Public? Participation? Geographic? Information? Systems?”)
  American Studies Association, Washington (“Posessable Nature and the Field Guide Range Map”)
2006 4th Annual Conflux, New York (“Lynch Debord: About Two Psychogeographies”)
  13th Annual Critical Geography Mini-Conference, Columbus, Ohio (“This Is Not the World”)
2007 Critical Cartographies Collective, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill (“Received Truth and Ontological Responsibility”)
  American Association of Geographer’s Monticello Symposium, Charlottesville, VA (“This Is Not the World” and “Map Art”)
  Shadowed Spaces Tour, Aberdeen, Dundee, Newcastle, Edinburgh, Glasgow (“Shadowed Spaces”)
2008 Association of American Geographers, Boston (“Lynch Debord: About Two Psychogeographies”)
  Center for Contemporary Art, Cincinnati (“Map Art”)
  plenary address, annual meeting, Royal Geographical Society/Institute of British Geographers, London (“The Future of the Map”)
  University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill (“A Brief History of Map Art”)
  College of Art and Architecture, University of North Carolina-Charlotte (“Map Art”)

North Carolina GIS Conference, Raleigh (“Geographic? Information? Systems?”)

2010 Florida State University 2009-2010 Colloquium Series. Click for more.
  Association of American Geographers, Washington (“Author Meets the Critics: Denis Wood, Rethinking The Power of Maps”)
2011 On the evening of January 20, 2011, Denis delivered, "The Challenge to Neocartography Posed by Guy Debord and Kevin Lynch," at the Mapping Maps: What’s New about Neocartoraphy? Conference at the University of Siegen, Gemany, where he was a Visiting Fellow. He also a ran a two-day workshop the following week. Click here.
On the evening of January 31, 2011, Denis lectured on “The Natures of Maps” at the Institut für Humangeographie of the Goethe University in Frankfurt am Main.

Denis delivered a keynote, "A Place Off the Map: The Case for a Non-Map-based Place Title," at the Nomadic and Indigenous Spaces: Productions and Cognitions conference in Leipzig, Germany, February 4, 2011.

For a draft of his remarks, click here.
  On the morning of September 8 Denis keynoted the Mapping Democracy: Technology, Social Change, and Web 2.0 conference in Boulder, Colorado. In addition to the anticipated participants, Public Laboratory’s entire staff made a very exciting addition.
  On the afternoon of September 9 Denis presented "The Anthropology of Cartography" at the faculty colloquium of the University of Colorado's geography department. (A version of the text is forthcoming in Les Roberts’ Mapping Cultures: Place, Practice, Performance, coming out from Palgrave in 2012.)
  On the afternoon of September 15, at the 2011 World Human Geography Conference: Communities and Ethics at Haskell Indian Nations University in Lawrence, Kansas, Denis gave “Maps and the State.” The conference was hosted by Haskell, the American Geographical Society, and the University of Kansas – and paid for by the U.S. Army – in an attempt to burnish the reputation of the AGS/FMSO's badly tarnished Bowman Expeditions. It failed spectacularly in the effort. (The text is here.)
  On the afternoon of November 9, Denis presented “Picturing Dogma: Kids Drawing the Earth” at the II International Colloquium on Education through Images and their Geographies at the University of São Paulo (Brazil). The four day conference was both intense and stimulating. The proceedings will be published (for his text, click here).
among many others at sessions of the annual meetings of the Association of American Geographers, National Council on Geographic Education, the Special Libraries Association, and so on, and at numerous colleges, universities and other settings.
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