By David J. Bodenhamer,John Corrigan,Trevor M. Harris
Deep maps are finely precise, multimedia depictions of a spot and the folk, structures, gadgets, plants, and fauna that exist inside it and that are inseparable from the actions of daily life. those depictions might surround the ideals, wants, hopes, and fears of citizens and aid express what ties one position to a different. A deep map is the way to interact proof inside its spatio-temporal context and to supply a platform for a spatially-embedded argument. The essays during this e-book examine deep mapping and the spatial narratives that stem from it. The authors come from quite a few disciplines: heritage, spiritual experiences, geography and geographic info technology, and laptop technology. each one applies the options of area, time, and position to difficulties valuable to an figuring out of society and tradition, making use of deep maps to bare the confluence of activities and facts and to track paths of highbrow exploration via employing a brand new artistic area that's visible, structurally open, multi-media, and multi-layered.
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Deep Maps and Spatial Narratives (The Spatial Humanities) by David J. Bodenhamer,John Corrigan,Trevor M. Harris