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Title Mapping landscapes in transformation : multidisciplinary methods for historical analysis / edited by Thomas Coomans, Bieke Cattoor, and Krista De Jonge.
Imprint Leuven (Belgium) : Leuven University Press, 2019.

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Subject Historical geographic information systems.
Humanities -- Research -- Methodology.
Alt Name Coomans, Thomas,
Cattoor, Bieke,
Jonge, Krista de,
Description 1 online resource (1 volume) : maps (black and white).
Contents Part one. Projection – Cartographic grounds: the temporal cases / Jill Desimini – Data friction: mapping strategies on a (peri)urban frontier: Chennai, India / Karl Beelen – Mapping and design as interrelated processes: constructing space-time narratives / Bieke Cattoor – Mapping the evolution of designed landscapes with GIS: Stourhead Landscape Garden as an example / Steffen Nijhuis – Unfolding wasteland: a thick mapping to the transformation of Charleroi’s industrial landscape / Cecilia Furlan – Photography, railways, and landscape in Transylvania, Romania: case studies in digital humanities / Cristina Purcar – Part two. Focus – Mapping archaeological landscapes in transformation: a Chaine-Operatoire approach / Piraye Haciguzeller, Jeroen Poblome, Devi Taelman, Ralf Vandam and Frank Vermeulen – A high-resolution multi-scalar approach for micro-mapping historical landscapes in transition: a case study in Texas, USA / Arlo McKee and May Yuan – Pixels or parcels? Parcel-based historical GIS and digital thematic deconstruction as tools for studying urban development / Bram Vannieuwenhuyze – The secularisation of urban space: mapping the afterlife of religious houses in Brussels, Antwerp and Bruges / Reinout Klaarenbeek – Mapping through space and time: the itinerary of Charles of Croy / Sanne Maekelberg – Landscape appreciation in the English lake district: a GIS approach / Ian Gregory, Christopher Donaldson and Joanna E. Taylor – Digital humanities and GIS for Chinese architecture: a methodological experiment / Chang-Xue Shu – Postface – Mapping historical landscapes in transformation: an overview / John Bintliff.
Summary The development of historical geographical information systems (HGIS) and other methods from the digital humanities have revolutionised historical research on cultural landscapes. One of today?s major challenges, however, concerns the concepts and tools to be deployed for mapping processes of transformation - that is, interpreting and imagining the relational complexity of urban and rural landscapes, both in space and in time, at micro- and macro-scale. The opening up of increasingly diverse collections of source material, often incomplete and difficult to interpret, has led to methodologically innovative experiments.0'Mapping Landscapes in Transformation' gathers experts from different disciplines, active in the fields of historical geography, urban and landscape history, and heritage conservation. They are specialised in a wide variety of space-time contexts, including regions within Europe, Asia, and the Americas, and periods from antiquity to the 21st century.
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English.
ISBN 9789461662835 (electronic bk.)
9461662831 (electronic bk.)
9789462701731
9462701733
ISBN/ISSN 10.11116/9789461662835
OCLC # 1106523540
Link Books at JSTOR: Open Access. JSTOR
OAPEN (Open Access Publishing in European Networks). OAPEN
Additional Format Print version: Mapping landscapes in transformation. Leuven : Leuven University Press, 2019 9789462701731 (OCoLC)1103951118


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