Diana Ter-Ghazaryan, Ph.D.
Dr. Ter-Ghazaryan directs the Department's Geospatial Technology Certificate Program. Her research and teaching interests lie at the intersection of geospatial technology and cultural geography, and she works on finding ways to map and visualize the abstract and ethereal, such as connection to place, nationhood, identity and the like. One of her current projects is a crowd-sourced web-mapping application, OtherYerevan.am, which is a virtual museum of alternative cultural heritage in Yerevan, Armenia.
Ter-Ghazaryan, Diana K. Chapter in Diener, Alexander and Joshua Hagen, “Narrating the Nation through Urban Space.” Forthcoming in 2016.
Ter-Ghazaryan, Diana K. 2016. Cafesjian Center of the Arts and Yerevan Park of Lovers: Images of Longing and Belonging in Yerevan. Geografiska Annaler Series B. In Review.
Ter-Ghazaryan, Diana K. 2013. “Civilizing the City Center:” Symbolic Spaces and Narratives of the Nation in Yerevan’s Post-Soviet Landscape. Journal of Nationalism and Ethnicity, 41(4), 570-589.
Ter-Ghazaryan, Diana K. 2012. Set of mapping exercises for Pulspiher and Pulsipher, “World Regional Geography: Global Patterns, Local Lives.” WH Freeman. Textbook supplement.
Ter-Ghazaryan, Diana K. 2011. Set of Google Earth ™ Exercises for Human/Cultural Geography for Domosh, Neumann and Price, “Human Mosaic: A Cultural Approach to Human Geography.” WH Freeman. Textbook supplement.
- GEG 280 Digital Cartography
- GEG 310 GIS I
- GEG 410 GIS II
- GEG 415 WebGIS
- GEG 300 Human Geography (online)
- GEG 402 Geographic Thought and Analysis
- GEG 691 GIS I (graduate)
- GEG 693 GIS II (graduate)
- GEG 685 Digital Cartography (graduate)
- GEG 595 WebGIS (graduate)
- GEG 602 Geographic Thought and Analysis (graduate)