Since its origins over two centuries ago, data visualization has been transformed by new technologies, social conditions, cultural values, and cognitive advances, literally reshaping how humans see information. This lecture panel brings together three experts from diverse disciplines to examine the impact of data visualization on their work and to explore the interdisciplinary connections that bring new insight to the study and production of visualized data.

Join us for a tour of the exhibit “Beautiful Science, Useful Art: Data Visualization Through History,” followed by short lectures and discussion. 

Wednesday, May 3 on the fifth floor of the Valley Library in the Special Collections and Archives Research Center 

4:30 p.m. Exhibit Tour and Reception

5:00 p.m. Lecture Panel


Lecturers: 

Ehren Pflugfelder, Assistant Professor of Rhetoric and Director of Undergraduate Studies in the School of Writing, Literature and Film 

Ben Dalziel, Assistant Professor in Integrative Biology and Mathematics 

Dan Rosenberg, Professor of History at the University of Oregon and co-author with Anthony Grafton of Cartographies of Time: A History of the Timeline

Posted - April 20, 2017