Publications

 

Scientific papers & book chapters

Caquard S. (Forthcoming). “Cartography and cinema”, in Mark Monmonier (ed.) Cartography in the Twentieth Century, Volume Six of The History of Cartography, The University of Chicago Press.

Caquard S., and Naud D. (2014). A Spatial Typology of Cinematographic Narratives. In Taylor D.R.F. and Lauriault T.P. (eds.), Developments in the Theory and Practice of Cybercartography: Applications in Indigenous Mapping (2nd edition), Elsevier, 161-174.

Caquard S., Naud D. and Wright B. (2013). “Mapping Film Audiences in Multicultural Canada”, In Hallam J. and Roberts L. (eds.), Locating the Moving Image: New Spatial Methodologies, Indiana Press University: 130-149 (Available here or on demand).

Caquard S. and Fiset J.P. (2013). How Can We Map Stories? A Cybercartographic Application for Narrative Cartography, The Journal of Maps (Available here or on demand).

Caquard S. (2013). Cartography 1: Mapping Narrative Cartography, Progress in Human Geography 37(1): 135-144 (Available here or on demand).

Joliveau T. and Caquard S. (2012). Instrumenter et analyser les liens entre espace et fiction à l’ère numérique. In V. Maleval, M. Picker et F. Gabaude (eds.), Géographie poétique et cartographie littéraire, Limoges, édition des PULIM, 35-47.

Caquard S. (2011). “Cartographies of Fictional Worlds: Conclusive Remarks“, The Cartographic Journal 48(4): 1-2.

Caquard S. and Bryne A. 2009. “Mapping globalization: Conversation between a filmmaker and a cartographer“, The Cartographic Journal 46 (4): 372-378.

Caquard S., Naud D., and Perichon V. 2009. “La répartition des salles obscures canadiennes: un éclairage géographique“, Cahiers de géographie du Québec 53 (149): 221-241.

Caquard S. 2009. “Reframing the Digital Cartographic Frame: Examples from the Cybercartographic Atlas of Canadian Cinema“, International Cartographic Conference, Santiago, Chile, Nov. 2009, 9 p.

Caquard S. and Taylor D.R.F. 2009. “Editorial: What is Cinematic Cartography?“, The Cartographic Journal 46(1): 5-8.

Caquard S. and Taylor D.R.F. (Guest eds.). 2009. Special Issue on Cinematic Cartography of The Cartographic Journal 46 (1).

Caquard S. 2009. “Foreshadowing Contemporary Digital Cartography: A Historical Review of Cinematic Maps in Films”, The Cartographic Journal 46 (1): 46-55.

Caquard S. and Wright B. 2009. “Challenging the Continuity System of the Technological Map: A Cinematographic Perspective”, In Cartwright W., Gardner G. and Lehn A. (Eds.), Art and Cartography, Springer: 193-206.

Caquard S., Brauen G., Wright B., and Jasen P. 2008. “Designing Sound in Cybercartography; From structured cinematic narratives to unpredictable sound/image interaction”, International Journal of Geographic Information Sciences (IJGIS), 22 (11 & 12): 1219 – 1245.

Caquard S. 2008. Book review of Conley T., 2006, “Cartographic Cinema”, Minneapolis, London: University of Minnesota Press. Book review published in Cartographica 43(1): 73-74.

Communications

Caquard S. 2014. How Can We Map Stories? A Cybercartographic Application for Narrative Cartography, Workshop for the Centre for Oral History and Digital Storytelling, Concordia University, Jan. 24th, 2014.

Ng-Chan T., 2013. Mapping Out Patience: Cartography, Cinema, and W.G. Sebald, 26th International Cartographic Conference, Dresden, Germany, Aug. 25-30, 2013.

Caquard S., and Naud D. 2013. A Spatial Typology of Cinematographic Narratives, 26th International Cartographic Conference, Dresden, Germany, Aug. 25-30, 2013.

Caquard S. 2013. Collective Cartographies in the Social Media Era, Invited speaker, Workshop on Thinking and Doing Digital Mapping, The University of Warwick (UK), June 17th, 2013.

Caquard S. 2013. Cartographier les récits cinématographiques canadiens, Invited speaker, Géodiversité, Université de Montréal, Montreal, March 22nd, 2013.

Caquard S. 2012. Propositions cartographiques pour la représentation des récits cinématographiques, Journrées d’études “comment cartographier les récits documentaires et fictionnels”, Clermont-Ferrand, France, 16 -17 novembre 2012.

Caquard S. 2012. Mapping Contemporary Canadian Cinematographic Territories, Guest speaker, Speakers series, McGill University, Montreal, Nov. 2nd, 2012.

Caquard S. 2012. Geo-Locating Cinematographic Narratives, Workshop on Geo-Locating Memory, Centre for Oral History and Digital Storytelling, Concordia University, Oct. 15th, 2012.

Caquard S. and Fiset J.P. 2012. “Mapping Canadian Cinematographic Territories: A Geoweb Application”, Conference of the Association of American Geographers (AAG), New York City, Feb. 23-28, 2012.

Caquard S. 2011. “Mapping Canadian Cinematographic Territories”, Invited speaker, Screen Culture Research Group’s series, Concordia University, October 21st, 2011.

Caquard S. 2011. “Sketching Canadian geography through cinematographic territories”, NESTVAL conference, Concordia University, October 16th, 2011.

Caquard S. 2011. “Mapping Narratives: A Cybercartographic Application”, 25th International Cartographic Conference, Paris, July 6th, 2011.

Caquard S. 2011. “Mapping Cartographic Narrative”, Workshop on Mapping Processes and Practices: Arts, Maps and Society, Paris, Institute of Geography, July 2nd 2011.

Naud D. 2011. “Le cinéma québécois : un synopsis de l’organisation des espaces ruraux, urbains et périurbains”, Symposium Making Space, AHGSA, Montréal, Marsh 12th.

Caquard S., and Naud D. 2010. “The Epicenter of Canadian Cinema is in Montreal: Corner St-Laurent / Ste-Catherine st.”, Workshop on Mapping Environmental Issues in the City, Concordia University, Sept. 8-10, 2010.

Caquard S. 2009. “Reframing the Digital Cartographic Frame: Examples from the Cybercartographic Atlas of Canadian Cinema”, International Cartographic Conference, Santiago, Chile, Nov. 2009.

Naud D. and Caquard S. 2009. “Territoires cinématographiques canadiens : quand la géographie des audiences reflète les espaces fictionnels”, 77e Congrès de l’Association Francophone pour le Savoir (ACFAS), Ottawa, 11-15 mai 2009.

Caquard S. 2008. “Mapping Cinematographic Territories: A Cybercartographic Atlas of Canadian Cinema”, Concordia University, Departmental Seminar (Geography, Planning and Environment), Dec. 18, 2008.

Caquard S. 2008. “Jump Cut Framing: Reframing the Question of Framing in Cinematic Cartography”, Affective Atlas Workshop – RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia – Oct. 21-22, 2008.

Caquard S., Naud D., et Périchon V. 2008. “La répartition des salles obscures canadiennes : un éclairage géographique”, Congrés annuel de l’ACG, Québec, 20-24 Mai 2008, 9 p.

Caquard S. 2008. “Research Perspectives From Cybercartography to Cinematic Cartography”, A Workshop on Cybercartography, Mexico City, May 19-23, 2008.

Caquard S. 2008. “Digital Cartography Started in Film: Mapping the Origins of Modern Cartography in Cinema”, Annual Conference of the Association of American Geographers – Boston – Apr. 15 -19, 2008.

Caquard S. and Wright B. 2008. “Challenging Cartographic Continuity: Lessons from Cinema” In Cartwright W., Gartner G. and Lehn A. (eds.), Proceedings of the Conference on Cartography and Art, Vienna, Feb. 01-02, 2008. 12 p.

Caquard, S. and Brauen G. 2007. “Audio-Visual Mapping of Statistical Data”, Presentation at Data Liberation Initiative (DLI) Workshop – Toronto – Dec. 13, 2007.

Périchon V., Naud D., Wright B., and S. Caquard. 2007. “Vers une Lecture Géographique des Territoires Cinématographiques Canadiens.” Présentation à Canadian Studies Conference – Gatineau – Oct. 26/27, 2007.

Reports / Atlases

Naud D., Brunet C., Caquard., S. 2008. Analyse de l’enquête sur les spectateurs de trois cinémas de la région montréalaise

Caquard S., Naud D., Perichon V. 2008. Atlas Cybercartographique du Cinéma Canadien

Naud D., Perichon V., Caquard S. 2008. “Google mashup” des salles de cinémas canadiennes

Wright B. 2007. 4 Film Reports:
Bon Cop Bad Cop
Atanarjuat
Ararat
Long Life, Happiness and Prosperity

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