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GeoHumanities : art, history, text at the edge of place

Author: M J Dear
Publisher: London ; New York : Routledge, 2011.
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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: M J Dear
ISBN: 9780415589796 0415589797 0415589800 9780415589802
OCLC Number: 665136877
Description: xviii, 326 pages : illustrations (chiefly color), maps (chiefly color) ; 24 cm
Contents: Introducing the geohumanities / Michael Dear --
pt. I Creative Places --
Geocreativity / Michael Dear --
1. Creativity and place / Michael Dear --
2. Experimental geography: an interview with Trevor Paglen, Oakland, CA, February 17, 2009 / Michael Dear --
3. Drive-by Tijuana / Rene Peralta --
4.[Fake] fake estates: reconsidering Gordon Matta-Clark's Fake Estates / Martin Hogue --
5. The City Formerly Known as Cambridge: a useless map by the Institute for Infinitely Small Things / Kanarinka --
6. Undisciplined geography: notes from the field of contemporary art / Emily Eliza Scott --
7. Codex profundo / Gustavo Leclerc --
pt. II Spatial Literacies --
Geotexts / Sarah Luria --
8."The stratified record upon which we set our feet": the spatial turn and the multilayering of history, geography, and geology / Peta Mitchell --
9. Monument of myth: finding Robert Moses through geographic fiction / Timothy Mennel --
10. Fate and redemption in New Orleans: or, why geographers should care about narrative form / Barbara Eckstein --
11. Wordmaps / Howard Horowitz --
12. Using early modern maps in literary studies: views and caveats from London / Janelle Jenstad --
13."along Broadway 2009" / Robbert Flick --
14. Thoreau's geopoetics / Sarah Luria --
pt. III Visual Geographies --
Geoimagery / Jim Ketchum --
15. El otro lado de la linealThe other side of the line / Norma Iglesias-Prieto --
16. The space of ambiguity: Sophie Ristelhueber's aerial perspective / Caren Kaplan --
17. Counter-geographies in the Sahara / Ursula Biemann --
18. Laura Kurgan, September 11, and the art of critical geography / Jim Ketchum --
19. The Earth exposed: how geographers use art and science in their exploration of the Earth from space / Stephen S. Young --
20. Disorientation guides: cartography as artistic medium / Lize Mogel --
21. Avarice and tenderness in cinematic landscapes of the American West / Deborah P. Dixon --
22. Altered landscapes / Philip Govedare --
pt. IV Spatial Histories --
Geohistories / Douglas Richardson --
23. Mapping time / Edward L. Ayers --
24. Humanities GIS: place, spatial storytelling, and immersive visualization in the humanities / L. Jesse Rouse --
25. Without limits: ancient history and GIS / Wolfgang Moschek --
26. History and GIS: railways, population change, and agricultural development in late nineteenth-century Wales / Jordi Marti-Henneberg --
27. Spatiality and the social web: resituating authoritative content / Ian Johnson --
28. Teaching race and history with historical GIS: lessons from mapping the Du Bois Philadelphia Negro / Amy Hillier --
29. Ha'ahonua: using GIScience to link Hawaiian and Western knowledge about the environment / Matthews M. Hamabata --
30. What do humanists want? What do humanists need? What might humanists get? / Peter K Bol --
Afterword --
Historical moments in the rise of the geohumanities / Michael Dear.
Responsibility: edited by Michael Dear [and others].
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