PNC 2022: The Digital World in an Age of Uncertainty - Humanizing Technology for Wellness, Resilience and Creativity



midnight to 11:50 p.m., Sept. 16 to 18, 2022

Hosted at the University of Arizona and sponsored by the UArizona College of Humanities, Center for Buddhist Studies and Department of East Asian Studies, the Pacific Neighborhood Consortium (PNC) 2022 Annual Conference and Joint Meetings has the theme of The Digital World in an Age of Uncertainty: Humanizing Technology for Wellness, Resilience and Creativity.

The annual conference sessions, which are viewable to non-participants by livestream, focus on such topics as digital learning, information science and e-business, digital humanities and techno-cultural data in a post-pandemic world.

The conference also features a presentation by Associate Professor of Landscape Architecture and Planning Philip Stoker, with a poster presentation by MS Urban Planning student Glenn Ingram:

  • Digital Atlas of Historical Buddhist Temples and Pilgrimage Routes in Hangzhou, China

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Philip Stoker


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