Eli Pousson

Making a map of libraries around my neighborhood

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Making a map to celebrate the safe reopening of Baltimore's Enoch Pratt Free Library and visit more libraries around Harwood this spring.

Creating a photo key map and table with R

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R

A complicated approach to make a simple map.

Play is Not a Crime: A quick history of Baltimore's 'No Ball Playing' law

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Background history and testimony for CB18-0285.

Baltimore Data Day: How are people using data on Open Baltimore?

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A presentation for Baltimore Data Day 2018.

Deconstructing the recent history of demolition, parks, and public safety

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A recent history of what elected officials and residents say and do about vacant housing, demolition, and public safety in Baltimore.

The politics of 'tear it down'

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Writing about the meaning and politics of demolition in Baltimore for the Vernacular Architectural Forum.

Baltimore Data Day: Vacant housing, trash, and making data open in Harwood

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This post is a slightly revised version of my lunchtime lightning talk at Baltimore Data Day 2017. Thanks to Ciara Christian for the opportunity to share my work around vacant housing, trash, and 311 data.

Who remembers Baltimore's Civil Rights heritage?

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It is not well to forget the past. Memory was given to man for some wise purpose. The past is the mirror in which we may discern the dim outlines of the future.

Researching Confederate monuments and Civil War memory at the Maryland Historical Society

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A few weeks ago, I decided to apply for the Lord Baltimore Fellowship at the Maryland Historical Society to continue the research I started in 2015 on the history of Baltimore’s Confederate monuments and Civil War memory in Baltimore.

How to plan a good walking tour

This is my approach to planning a guided two-hour walking tour by making a map, creating a schedule, and writing notes.

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