Humboldt Journal of Social Relations

Number 41 (May 2019)

Geographic Information Systems (GIS) engages with a variety of important policy issues through linking social science data with spatial analysis and by demonstrating the importance of applied GIS in both the public and private sector. GIS, though commonly used in the realms of city planning and natural resource analysis, have a far broader range of applications ranging from analysis of ancient community interactions to modern social media data.


Marisol Cortes-Rincon
Department of Anthropology

Nicholas Perdue, Ph.D.
Department of Geography

Co-Managing Editor

Samantha Silver
Makayla Whitney