This series explores how considerations of space and place, both geographical and metaphorical, are shaping innovative scholarship in the humanities. It represents a bridging of disciplines, with history, archaeology, literary studies, religious studies, and cultural studies, among others, now taking up theories and approaches associated most often with geography and the social sciences. Books in the series explore theoretical, methodological, technological, and applied issues, such as deep mapping, immersive geographies, experiential and emotional spatial worlds, and time-space linkages.
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Edited By David J. Bodenhamer, John Corrigan, Trevor M. Harris
September 29, 2021
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 ...