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Deep Maps and Spatial Narratives

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ISBN-10: 025301560X

ISBN-13: 9780253015600

Edition: 2015

Authors: John Corrigan, David J. Bodenhamer, Trevor M. Harris, Stuart Aitken, David Cooper

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Deep maps are finely detailed, multimedia depictions of a place and the people, buildings, objects, flora, and fauna that exist within it and which are inseparable from the activities of everyday life. These depictions may encompass the beliefs, desires, hopes, and fears of residents and help show what ties one place to another. A deep map is a way to engage evidence within its spatio-temporal context and to provide a platform for a spatially-embedded argument. The essays in this book investigate deep mapping and the spatial narratives that stem from it. The authors come from a variety of disciplines: history, religious studies, geography and geographic information science, and computer…    
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Book details

List price: $42.59
Copyright year: 2015
Publisher: Indiana University Press
Publication date: 2/4/2015
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 254
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.990
Language: English

David Bodenhamer is Executive Director, the Polis Center, Professor of History, and Adjunct Professor of Informatics, Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis.John Corrigan is Edwin Scott Gaustad Professor of Religion and History and Chairperson of the Department of Religion at Florida State University.Trevor M. Harris is Eberly Professor of Geography and Chair of the Department of Geology and Geography at West Virginia University.

Dr. Stuart C. Aitken is Professor of Geography and June Burnett Chair at SDSU. He directs the Center for Interdisciplinary Studies of Young People and Space (ISYS). Stuart's research interests include critical social theory, qualitative methods, children, families and communities. His recent books include The Ethnopoetics of Space and Transformation (Ashgate 2014), The Fight to Stay Put (Verlag 2013), Young People. Border Spaces and Revolutionary Imaginations (Routledge 2011), Qualitative Geographies (Sage 2010) and The Awkward Spaces of Fathering (Ashgate 2009). Stuart has published over 200 papers in academic journals and edited book collections.