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I'd map that! Perspectives on the power of mapping from linguistics to physics.

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If you have a question about this talk, please contact Duncan Johnstone.

Drawing on experiences mapping the structure of materials (Duncan) and numerous languages (Aaron, www.linguisticator.com) we present an interdisciplinary perspective on mapping as a concept and approach. We will also demonstrate what these mapping approaches allow us to accomplish including; developing memory systems, understanding physical properties, and helping non-verbal autistic children to learn to speak.

The presentation will take approximately 40mins, followed by questions and discussion.

Refreshments will be served from 7pm and the presentation will be followed by formal hall for those who would like to attend. Those wishing to attend from outside Peterhouse should contact the organisers in advance.

This talk is part of the Peterhouse Graduate Seminars series.

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