2 edition of The spatial humanities found in the catalog.
The spatial humanities
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by David J. Bodenhamer, John Corrigan, and Trevor M. Harris.|
|Contributions||Bodenhamer, David J., Corrigan, John., Harris, Trevor M.|
|LC Classifications||G70.212 .S654 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9780253355058, 9780253222176|
|LC Control Number||2009053214|
Spatial Humanities Sydney Boyd, Ph.D. English (), Rice University Laura’s book project, Everyone’s a Critic: Eclectic Modernist Hermeneutics, examines the history of modernist criticism. Female critics were left out of literary criticism’s shift from the pens of poet-scholars to a codified system of analysis in American.
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The Spatial Humanities aims to re-orient―and perhaps revolutionize―humanities scholarship by critically engaging the technology and specifically directing it to the subject matter of the humanities.
To this end, the contributors explore the potential of spatial methods such as text-based geographical analysis, multimedia GIS, animated maps, deep contingency, deep mapping, and the geo-spatial semantic 5/5(2). The Spatial Humanities aims to re-orient -- and perhaps revolutionize -- humanities scholarship by critically engaging the technology and specifically directing it to the subject matter of the.
The Spatial Humanities aims to re-orient—and perhaps revolutionize—humanities scholarship by critically engaging the technology and specifically directing it to the subject matter of the humanities. The Spatial Humanities aims to re-orient-and perhaps revolutionize-humanities scholarship by critically engaging the technology and specifically directing it to the subject matter of the humanities.
To this end, the contributors explore the potential of spatial methods such as text-based geographical analysis, multimedia GIS, animated maps, deep contingency, deep mapping, and the geo-spatial. The spatial humanities book series, the first of its kind, released its first book, The Spatial Humanities: GIS and the Future of Humanities Scholarship, in and has an additional eight books under contract from the fields of archaeology, Holocaust Studies, Irish Studies, literary studies, and religious studies.
The series promotes scholarship in spatial humanities among academic and lay audiences. The Spatial Humanities aims to re-orient—and perhaps revolutionize—humanities scholarship by critically engaging the technology and specifically directing it to the subject matter of the humanities.4/5.
The Spatial Humanities aims to re-orient—and perhaps revolutionize—humanities scholarship by critically engaging the technology and specifically directing it to the subject matter of the humanities. Toward Spatial Humanities: Historical GIS and Spatial History By Ian N.
Gregory; Alistair Geddes Indiana University Press, Read preview Overview Professional Academic Writing in the Humanities and Social Sciences By Susan Peck MacDonald Southern Illinois University Press, About the Author.
Jo Guldi was invited by the Scholars' Lab to contribute a framing narrative and research structure for this Spatial Humanities site. She is an historian at the Harvard Society of Fellows and a Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow in Digital History at the University of Chicago, as well as a fellow of the Institute for Enabling Geospatial Scholarship.
Spatial Humanities relies upon powerful geospatial technologies and methods to explore new questions about the relationship of space to human behavior and social, economic, political, and. The book provides an introduction to spatial literary studies, exploring in detail the theory and practice of geocriticism, literary cartography, and the spatial humanities more generally.
The spatial anxiety of disorientation and the need to know one's location, even if only subconsciously, is a deeply felt and shared human experience. This stimulating and wide-ranging book is a critically self-reflective attempt to map out (to use a geographic tautology of the kind extensively critiqued throughout the volume) the next phase of the role of ‘the spatial’ in humanities scholarship.
The book comprises an introduction, nine chapters, and a conclusion co-authored by the three Author: Stuart E. Dunn. Toward Spatial Humanities is the fifth book in the Spatial Humanities series that Bodenhamer, Corrigan, and Harris edit for Indiana University Press.
I serve on the editorial board and have a volume in the series, Geographies of the Holocaust (see Resources). Toward Spatial Humanities shares Bodenhamer and company's aspirations. "Toward Spatial Humanities is a good gateway into the evolving sub-discipline of historical GIS.
Gregory and Geddes's introduction, conclusion, and endnotes give excellent summaries and references for further exploration. The case study chapters provide good examples of applying GIS to particular historical periods, places, and : Ian N.
Gregory. Buy The Spatial Humanities: GIS and the Future of Humanities Scholarship by David J Bodenhamer (Editor), John Corrigan (Editor), Trevor M Harris (Editor) online at Alibris.
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Building on Lancaster University’s technical expertise in Digital Humanities, Corpus Linguistics and Geospatial Analysis, as well as its applied expertise in the history of the English Lake District, we are developing and applying methodologies for analysing unstructured texts—including large corpora of historical books, periodicals and.
Download FlyerFriday-Saturday, FebruaryInterdisciplinary Humanities Center, UC Santa Barbara This conference will examine the intersection between Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and the spatial turn in the humanities. Participants have been asked to describe their mapping projects in relation to traditional humanities methodologies, research objects, and concerns.
The spatial humanities is a new interdisciplinary field resulting from the recent surge of scholarly interest in space.
It prospects a ground upon which humanities scholars can collaborate with investigators engaged in scientific and quantitatively-oriented research.
This spatial turn invites an initiative focused on geographic and conceptual space and is poised to exploit an assortment of technologies, especially in.
Nieves, are slated to co-edit a new digital book series with the University of Georgia Press. Black spatial humanities is a sub-field of the spatial humanities that – in light of the fluidity of space in relation to people of African descent in the United States, Africa and Author: Angel David Nieves, Kim Gallon, David J.
Kim, Scott Nesbit, Bryan W. Carter, Jessica Johnson. I completed my Ph.D. in the Department of English at New York University with specializations in early American and 19 th century literature, book history and print culture, digital and spatial humanities, and literature of the Black Atlantic.
I earned an M.A. in English at the University of Delaware, and a B.S. in Secondary Education from. A History of Place in the Digital Age will be of interest to scholars, students and practitioners in a variety of humanities disciplines with an interest in understanding how technology can help them undertake research on spatial themes.
It will be of interest as primary work to. Book Description. Mapping Space, Sense, and Movement in Florence explores the potential of digital mapping or Historical GIS as a research and teaching tool to enable researchers and students to uncover the spatial, kinetic and sensory dimensions of the early modern city.
The exploration focuses on new digital research and mapping projects that engage the rich social, cultural, and artistic. The application of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) to issues in history is among the most exciting developments in both digital and spatial humanities.
Describing a wide variety of applications, the essays in this volume highlight the methodological and substantive implications of a Pages: A recent edited volume by Crompton et al. () demonstrates how spatial-based digital humanities has become one of the primary focus areas for many different types of humanities scholars.
While some of the work is quantitative-based, other work has been : Mark Altaweel. John Corrigan (born ) is an American religion scholar and historian, known for being the author of a number of books on the history of religion and emotion, and the digital humanities.
He is the Lucius Moody Bristol Distinguished Professor of Religion and Professor of History, and Distinguished Research Professor at Florida State University (FSU). He is a leader in the academic study of Born:Chicago, Illinois.
Spatial Humanities Step By Step is a peer-reviewed series of tutorials and guides to getting things done in teaching and research with spatial tools and resources.
Interested in. She hopes books like hers will help parents talk about spatial concepts with their children and offer “a little extra nudge to help kids acquire these skills.” MindShift asked Julie Dillemuth and Kathleen T. Horning, director of the Cooperative Children’s Book Center at the University of Wisconsin–Madison, to recommend some engaging.
Spatial turn "Spatial turn" - an intellectual movement that focuses on place and space in social Sciences and Humanities. It is closely connected with the quantitative study of history, literature, mapping, and other research companies.
Toward Spatial Humanities. by Les Roberts,Thomas Thevenin,Julia Hallam,Andrew Beveridge,Ruth Mostern,Humphrey Southall,Niall A. Cunningham,Robert M. Schwartz,Elijah Meeks. The Spatial Humanities. Share your thoughts Complete your review.
Tell readers what you thought by rating and reviewing this book. Rate it * You Rated it *Brand: Indiana University Press. Toward Spatial Humanities is a compelling demonstration of how GIS can contribute to our historical understanding. Excerpt When geographical information systems (GIS) first began to be used by academic geographers in the late s, their use was nothing if not controversial.
Geocriticism and Spatial Literary Studies is a new book series focusing on the dynamic relations among space, place, and literature. The spatial turn in the humanities and social sciences has occasioned an explosion of innovative, multidisciplinary scholarship in recent years, and geocriticism, broadly conceived, has been among the more promising developments in spatially oriented literary.
The application of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) to issues in history is among the most exciting developments in both digital and spatial humanities.
Describing a wide variety of applications, the essays in this volume highlight the methodological and substantive implications of a spatial Cited by: Both Toward Spatial Humanities and The Spatial Humanities cite Pickles (), and other classics in the field of so-called “critical GIS”.
Of the two books, the latter (older book) pushes the envelope further into productive new areas of innovative thought concerned with neogeographies of the geoweb. David J. Bodenhamer has 12 books on Goodreads with ratings. David J. Bodenhamer’s most popular book is The Spatial Humanities: GIS and the Future of.
Spatial Thinking in Planning Practice: An Introduction to GIS is a well-written book that covers the length and breadth of geographic information system. As an introductory book, it breaks down the complex concept for easy assimilation by newbies to GIS.4/5(9).
With the support of the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the Humanities Research Center (HRC) is funding a sustainable, multi-tiered, and data-driven Spatial Humanities Initiative over a period of three and half initiative supports research projects in the Humanities at Rice University that integrate constructs of time, place, and landscape into the micro-stories of everyday life and.
Tagged ArcGIS, digital humanities, digital mapping, enslaved narratives, GIS, Harriet Jacobs, Moses Grandy, spatial humanities Leave a comment Recent Posts and for Web Mapping Both Toward Spatial Humanities and The Spatial Humanities cite Pickles (), and other classics in the field of so-called “critical GIS”.
Of the two books, the latter (older book) pushes the envelope further into productive new areas of innovative thought concerned with neogeographies of. IJHAC: A Journal of Digital Humanities (formerly History and Computing) is one of the world’s premier multi-disciplinary, peer-reviewed forums for research on all aspects of arts and humanities focuses both on conceptual or theoretical approaches and case studies or essays demonstrating how advanced information technologies further scholarly understanding of traditional topics.
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Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Deep Maps and Spatial Narratives. This system insists on precision, explained David Bodenhamer, a historian at Indiana University who is editing a series of books on the spatial humanities.
Every bit Author: Patricia Cohen.debates on spatial analysis in diverse social scienc es and humanities (such as Sociology, Geography, History and Cultural Studies) is the lack of a common definition of research goals and.