Making Deep Maps
Foundations, Approaches, and Methods
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This book explores how we create deep maps, delving into the development of methods and approaches that move beyond standard two-dimensional cartography.
Deep mapping offers a more detailed exploration of the world we inhabit. Moving from concept to practice, this book addresses how we make deep maps. It explores what methods are available, what technologies and approaches are favorable when designing deep maps, and what lessons assist the practitioner during their construction. This book aims to create an open-ended way in which to understand complex problems through multiple perspectives, while providing a means to represent the physical properties of the real world and to respond to the needs of contemporary scholarship. With contributions from leading experts in the spatial humanities, chapters focus on the linked layers of quantitative and qualitative data, maps, photographs, images, and sound that offer a dynamic view of past and present worlds.
This innovative book is the first to offer these insights on the construction of deep maps. It will be a key point of reference for students and scholars in the digital and spatial humanities, geographers, cartographers, and computer scientists who work on spatiality, sensory experience, and perceptual learning.
Table of Contents
1. The Varieties of Deep Maps
David J. Bodenhamer
2. The Art of Deep Mapping
3. Designing for Mysterious Encounter: Three Scales of Integration in Deep Mapmaking
4. Spatializing Text for Deep Mapping
5. Representational Issues in Deep Mapping: Peeling the ‘Poetic and Positivistic’ from the Western Geosophical Onion
6. Indigenous deep mapping: A Conceptual and Representational Analysis of Space in Mesoamerica and New Spain
Patricia Murrieta-Flores, Mariana Favila-Vázquez, and Aban Flores-Morán
7. Deep Mapping the Lived World: Immersive Geographies, Agency, and the Virtual Umwelt
Trevor M. Harris
8. Navigating through Narrative
Stephen Robertson and Lincoln A. Mullen
9. Cultural Heritage Institutions and Deep Maps
10. The Inexactitude of Science: Deep Mapping and Scholarship
11. Convergence: GIScience turns to the Spatial Humanities
David J. Bodenhamer is founding executive director of The Polis Center and professor of history and informatics at Indiana University-Purdue University, Indianapolis. He writes widely in the field of spatial humanities and is co-editor of the Routledge Series on Spatial Humanities.
John Corrigan is the Lucius Moody Bristol Distinguished Professor of Religion and Professor of History at Florida State University. His previous co-authored books with Routledge include Religion in America and Jews, Christians Muslims: A Comparative Introduction to Monotheistic Religions.
Trevor M. Harris is Eberly Distinguished Professor of Geography Emeritus at West Virginia University. He is co-editor of the Routledge Series on Spatial Humanities. His research focuses on GISc, immersive and virtual GIS; Spatial Humanities; Deep Mapping; Exploratory Spatial Data Analysis; and Critical and Participatory GIS.