Meghan A. Kelly

Postdoctoral Fellow

I work at the intersection of mapping, feminist theory, and digital storytelling. I apply feminist principles across spatial data, map design, and mapping processes to reveal and challenge systems of power and oppression. This often takes place in collaborative workshop settings. I have applied this feminist mapping lens to migration stories, map symbolization like icons, incarceration and policing, climate change, and housing insecurity. I am currently exploring the role of maps in digital storytelling, feminist map symbolization, and ethics in GeoAI.

Contact

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Education

  • Ph.D. University of Wisconsin–Madison
  • M.A. University of Kansas
  • B.A. University of Wisconsin Eau Claire